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Santa Fe Students Return Amid Support, Anxiety

Classes resumed at Santa Fe High School, less than two weeks after a student shot and killed 10 people there. Returning students were greeted by supporters holding signs saying “Santa Fe Strong” and “United We Stand.” (May 29)

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Dog Reunites With Family After Flight to Japan

A dog named Irgo is back with his family, after United Airlines accidentally put him on the wrong plane and flew him to Japan. The 10-year-old German shepherd was supposed to fly from Portland, Oregon to Kansas City. United is investigating. (March 16)

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Chicago Clergy to Back Dreamers with Lenten Fast

Chicago clergy announced a Lenten fast Monday in support of Dreamers.The action, called “United in the Cross of Christ with Dreamers,” is a 40-day fast intended to bring attention to the plight of Dreamers. (Feb. 12)

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Mourinho arrives at Madrid court for hearing on tax fraud probe

Manchester United current coach and former Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho arrives for a hearing on his tax affairs at a Madrid court. The United manager has been summoned to the Spanish capital to answer accusations of non-payment of around £2.9 million (3.3 million euros, $3.8 million) in taxes between 2011 and 2012, while manager of Real Madrid. He denies any wrongdoing. IMAGES

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Iraqi football fans united by love of European teams

“United! United! United!”, they chant with joy in accents that are far from Mancunian. While revered arenas such as Old Trafford or the Camp Nou may be thousands of miles away, supporting some of Europe’s best-loved teams offers a rare chance for Iraqi fans to come together and forget the troubles roiling their homeland.

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North Korea’s nuclear programme

North Korea declared Tuesday it had successfully tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile — a watershed moment in its push to develop a nuclear weapon capable of hitting the mainland United States.VIDEOGRAPHIC

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Diamonds and Sacrifices (Excerpt from ‘United in Hate: Central African Republic’)

In March 2013, the Seleka, a coalition of predominantly Muslim-armed groups from the northeast, marched on the Central African Republic’s capital Bangui and seized power.

They committed mass atrocities against the population, and to the largely Christian population in the southwest, Muslims began to be associated with violence. They took up arms to form a Christian self-defense militia called the anti-balaka, and carried out revenge killings.

By the end of 2013, the Central African Republic had descended into civil war. Under pressure from the international community, the Seleka were forced to give up power and retreated towards the northeast, where they regrouped.

A United Nations peacekeeping mission and a French military operation were able to stem the fighting, but despite their presence, the transitional government has not been able to regain control of the country outside Bangui.

With the anti-balaka controlling the southwest, and the Seleka controlling the northeast, the Central African Republic is de facto partitioned along ethno-religious lines. For those who find themselves on the wrong side of the divide, life has become hell.

In this excerpt, the coordinator of the anti-balaka movement in Carnot takes VICE News to a diamond mine he oversees, which was reclaimed from Muslim owners during the recent conflict.
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Inside PK5 (Extra Scene from ‘United in Hate: Central African Republic’)

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In March 2013, the Seleka, a coalition of predominantly Muslim-armed groups from the northeast, marched on the Central African Republic’s capital Bangui and seized power.

They committed mass atrocities against the population, and to the largely Christian population in the southwest, Muslims began to be associated with violence. They took up arms to form a Christian self-defense militia called the anti-balaka, and carried out revenge killings.

By the end of 2013, the Central African Republic had descended into civil war. Under pressure from the international community, the Seleka were forced to give up power and retreated towards the northeast, where they regrouped.

A United Nations peacekeeping mission and a French military operation were able to stem the fighting, but despite their presence, the transitional government has not been able to regain control of the country outside Bangui.

With the anti-balaka controlling the southwest, and the Seleka controlling the northeast, the Central African Republic is de facto partitioned along ethno-religious lines. For those who find themselves on the wrong side of the divide, life has become hell.

In this extra scene, VICE News goes to PK5, a predominantly Muslim enclave of the Central African Republic’s capital of Bangui, which has seen some of the most violent and brutal fighting between Muslim and Christian communities since the start of the conflict.

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