Immigrants from Ebola countries won’t be sent home: US

WASHINGTON: (TIP) Immigrants from the three countries at the center of West Africa’s Ebola crisis are being offered work permits and temporary protection from deportation. US Citizenship and Immigration Services says immigrants from Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia who have been living in the US illegally will be eligible for temporary protected status for up to 18 months. The agency says eligible immigrants can apply for the protection starting Friday through May 20. Any immigrant from those three countries who was in the United States as of Thursday is eligible for the protection program.

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Iraqi special forces join Mosul offensive against IS

KHAZER (TIP): Iraqi special forces joined the Mosul offensive on Oct 20 with a pre-dawn advance on a nearby town held by the Islamic...
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