NPP Candidate Faces Violent Attack During Political Campaign Visit in Nkoranza South

Nkoranza South, Ghana – A routine political campaign visit by Harriet Kyeremanteng Oppong, the NPP Parliamentary Candidate for Nkoranza South, took a violent turn when her team encountered a tumultuous attack allegedly orchestrated by members of the opposing National Democratic Congress (NDC). This incident unfolded on March 29, 2024, during a community visit to Nsunensa, where Oppong and her team aimed to discuss the achievements of the NPP government and ongoing development projects, such as …

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Biden Campaign Urges Voters to Reject Violence in Response to Trump’s Rhetoric

Washington, D.C. – President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign has called on voters to denounce violence as a legitimate part of the upcoming campaign season, specifically addressing comments made by his Republican opponent, former President Donald Trump. Addressing concerns over the potential for violence in the current political climate, former U.S. Capitol Police Sergeant Aquilino Gonell, District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Officer Daniel Hodges, and Biden-Harris Communications Director Michael Tyler emphasized the importance of rejecting the …

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Trump Denounces “Biden’s Border Bloodbath” at Michigan Campaign Event, Victim’s Family Speaks Out

GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan – Former President Donald Trump took the opportunity during a campaign event in Michigan to criticize what he described as “Biden’s border bloodbath.” Trump specifically highlighted the tragic case of Ruby Garcia, a 25-year-old woman who was killed by an individual immigration officials say entered the country illegally. At a news conference in Garcia’s hometown, Trump shared, “She lit up that room, and I’ve heard that from so many people. I spoke …

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Biden Campaign Urges Voters to Reject Violence Amidst Trump’s Rhetoric

Washington, D.C. – President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign is urging voters to reject violence as a means of advancing political agendas in the upcoming election cycle. During a recent press conference, former U.S. Capitol Police Sergeant Aquilino Gonell, District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Officer Daniel Hodges, and Biden-Harris Communications Director Michael Tyler emphasized the importance of denouncing any form of political violence in American society. Tyler emphasized that the normalization of political violence is alarming …

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Biden Campaign Urges Voters to Reject Violence in Face of Trump’s Campaign Tactics

Washington, D.C. – President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign urged voters to reject violence as a tool in this year’s election cycle, pointing to comments made by former President Donald Trump, his Republican opponent. During a press conference at the Democratic National Committee building, former U.S. Capitol Police Sergeant Aquilino Gonell, District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Officer Daniel Hodges, and Biden-Harris Communications Director Michael Tyler emphasized the importance of denouncing political violence and condemned Trump’s campaigning …

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Biden Campaign Urges Voters to Reject Violence Amidst Trump’s Remarks

Washington, D.C. – As the election season ramps up, President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign is taking a stand against violence in politics. In a recent press conference, former Capitol Police Sergeant Aquilino Gonell, District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Officer Daniel Hodges, and Biden-Harris Communications Director Michael Tyler urged Americans to reject the divisive and violent rhetoric of former President Donald Trump. Tyler emphasized that political violence has no place in America and should never be …

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Biden Campaign Strikes Back with Powerful Attack Ad Against Trump’s “Bloodbath” Comments

Wilmington, Delaware – Former President Joe Biden’s presidential campaign wasted no time responding to recent comments made by Donald Trump in a new attack ad. The ad, released on Biden’s social media platforms, counters Trump’s warning of a potential “bloodbath” if he loses the upcoming election by highlighting past controversial statements made by the former president. The advertisement features footage from the 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, where Trump famously claimed there were …

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Houthi Rebels Launch Missiles at Vessel in Gulf of Aden Amid Escalating Campaign

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Yemen’s Houthi rebels launched an attack in the Gulf of Aden, setting off explosions near a Singapore-flagged vessel. The incident, part of a series of assaults by the Iranian-backed group, comes amidst ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. The targeted vessel, Propel Fortune, was able to continue its journey without any injuries or damages, according to the United States military’s Central Command. The Houthi rebels claimed …

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Opposition Candidate María Corina Machado Reports Violent Incursion at Campaign Event in Venezuela

CHARALLAVE, Miranda State – Opposition presidential candidate Maria Corina Machado reported a violent intrusion during a campaign event in Venezuela. According to Machado, the event was besieged by individuals wielding sticks and stones, highlighting the ongoing political tensions and challenges faced by opposition figures in the country. The disturbing incident at the campaign event resulted in several attendees sustaining injuries, with Machado narrowly managing to evacuate with the aid of her escorts and collaborators. This …

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Man Brutally Assaulted Outside Shopping Center in Tsuut’ina First Nation, Calgary: Urgent Campaign Launched to Support Victim’s Recovery

CALGARY, ALBERTA – A brutal attack outside a shopping center on the Tsuut’ina First Nation has left a 35-year-old man with severe injuries and unable to work. The victim, Rifat, had moved to Calgary from Toronto and was still adjusting to his new life when he was viciously assaulted. The incident occurred as Rifat was finishing a quick errand, stopping at Costco to fill up his gas tank before heading to the nearby Dollarama to …

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