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Southern California wildfire forces evacuation of 200 homes

So. California wildfiresAuthorities say a wildfire in southern California has been 20% contained but more than 200 homes near the Cleveland National Forest remain evacuated.

Captain Steve Concialdi of the Orange County fire authority said on Sunday that more than 1,000 firefighters and fire personnel are battling the two-and-a-half square mile blaze.

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Django Unchained actor alleges racial bias after being held by LA police

Daniele Wattsn actor who starred in the Oscar-winning movie Django Unchained has claimed she was handcuffed and detained by police officers in Los Angeles who assumed she was a prostitute, because she was kissing her white partner in his car.

Daniele Watts, who is black and who played the slave CoCo in Quentin Tarantino’s acclaimed 2012 film, said she was “humiliated” by the incident, which she said occurred in the Studio City neighbourhood on Thursday.

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Egyptian Journalists Join Hunger Strike Against Protest Law

egyptian journalistA number of Egyptian journalists on Saturday joined dozens of political activists in a hunger strike against a restrictive protest law imposed last year, the head of the country's journalists union said.

The ongoing hunger strike has been gaining momentum as scores of political detainees, activists and rights advocates join in, all protesting the contested law and demanding the release of those imprisoned under it.

The list includes key icons of the 2011 revolt that toppled longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak.

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Post-war counseling awaits Gaza children going back to school

Gaza childrenSome 500,000 children returned on Sunday to school in the Gaza Strip, where many will be given psychological counseling before regular studies begin after a devastating 50-day war between Palestinian militants and Israel.

The opening of the school year had been delayed for three weeks because of damage to more than 250 schools and the use of about 90 U.N. educational facilities as shelters for tens of thousands of residents displaced by fighting, the United Nations and local authorities said.

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Etsy bans sale of items with Redskins name, imagery

Redskin sales bannedEtsy, the online marketplace for all things cutesy and handmade, announced this week it's banning the sale of all items depicting the Washington Redskins name or logo, calling them "disparaging" to Native Americans.

A blog post on the Etsy website by policy team manager Bonnie Broeren said the move was inspired by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office decision in June to cancel six trademarks held by the NFL team.

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Toyota recalling more than 130,000 trucks because of air bag issues

Tundra truckToyota recalled 130,000 Tundra CrewMax cab and Double Cab trucks.

Toyota said the trucks may be equipped with a "center pillar garnish." That's a plastic panel on the interior. If it's installed wrong, it could keep a side panel airbag from opening or functioning properly.

According to the company, they are not aware of any crashes, injuries or deaths caused by the problem.

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Human trafficking’s dark secrets revealed

Human traffickingThe 17-year-old sex trafficking victim thought her life was over.

Taken from another state, she was trafficked within the Clearwater city limits and rescued by law enforcement authorities. Since then, her life has changed drastically. She returned to the state she came from, where she had a support system. She became sober, started college, has an apartment and is employed.

“She has dreams and aspirations now for her future,” said Clearwater police Detective James McBride, who aided in her recovery. “Now this person, with the help of social services, has done a 360 and is living the dream.”

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North Korea sentences American to six years hard labor for 'hostile acts'

Matthew Todd MillerNorth Korea sentenced U.S. citizen Matthew Todd Miller to six years of hard labor for committing "hostile acts" as a tourist to the country, a statement carried by state media said Sunday.

Miller joins Kenneth Bae to become the second American currently serving a hard labor sentence in North Korea. A third, Jeffrey Fowle, is currently awaiting trial.

"He committed acts hostile to the DPRK while entering the territory of the DPRK under the guise of a tourist last April," the short statement said, without elaborating. The Korean version of the statement described Miller's punishment as a "labor reeducation" sentence.

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ISIS executes British aid worker David Haines; Cameron vows justice

ISIS executes British aid workerBritish aid worker David Haines has been executed by ISIS militants, according to a video posted Saturday to a website associated with the group, making him the third Western captive to be killed by the Islamist extremist group in recent weeks.

The ISIS video post showing Haines' beheading called his execution "a message to the allies of America."

It is produced very similarly to the videos that showed the executions of American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff, the last of which included Haines and the threat that he'd be killed next.

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