Friday, June 17, 2016

Oregon vs. oil, Iraqi military victory, Sanders stays and stories to end your week

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Oregon officials want oil trains out of Columbia Gorge
Leaders in the state's Department of Transportation, citing safety concerns, are asking the feds to halt the transport of oil trains in the Colombia Gorge.

British lawmaker shot; suspect in custody
Jo Cox, a member of the UK Parliament, was stabbed and shot by a man who, according to reports, had ties to white supremacist and apartheid groups. 

Diplomats dissent
Fifty U.S. State Department diplomats have signed on to a memo that faults the Obama administration for not taking military action in Syria. 

Iraqi troops retake city from ISIS
The military of Iraq says it's entered Fallujah, a city 40 miles west of the country's capital that's been held by the Islamic State for two years. 

Sanders still not dropping out
Vermont Senator and presidential contender Bernie Sanders gave a speech to supporters last night where he stopped short of dropping out of the race.

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