The Daily Populous

Saturday June 8th, 2019 night edition

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Gilmore said experts have noted that banning abortion outright, as several U.S. states have come close to doing in recent months, violates humans rights.

States like Georgia, Alabama, Missouri and Ohio have passed strict abortion restrictions that would bar abortions before many women even know they are pregnant.

This week, the largest organization of obstetricians and gynecologists in the U.S. also spoke out about the science used to restrict abortion rights, taking aim at early abortion bans proponents describe as “heartbeat bills.”

Gilmore also noted that abortion restrictions put poorer women, and women who face other forms of marginalization, at particular risk.

Cover: Abortion-rights supporters take part in a protest Thursday, May 30, 2019, in St. Louis. »

DJ Khaled Storms Record Label After Album Failed to Debut at No. 1

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DJ Khaled threw a tantrum at his record label after his album, Father of Asahd, failed to debut at number 1 on the album charts.

Khaled was angry that the record label didn't do enough promotion to get the sales needed to top the charts.

He threw a temper tantrum," said the source, who said Khaled blamed his label bosses' lack of understanding streaming services and bundle deals. »

Ryanair stewardess and girlfriend 'beaten on bus by thugs who told them to kiss'

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This horrifying picture shows a Ryanair flight attendant and her girlfriend covered in blood after they were allegedly assaulted by a gang of men in a homophobic attack.

Then a gang of young men behind them saw they were a couple, began to throw coins and started to demand they kiss while making crude sexual gestures, it is claimed.

The men, who were in their 20s or 30s, allegedly began throwing things and the couple told them to stop. »

US immigration detention centres caught serving spoiled food as investigation reveals nooses in cells

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An investigation has found nooses in cells of US immigration detention centres with staff serving spoiled food and wrongly putting people in isolation.

Homeland security inspectors visited four Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) centres and described “egregious violations” of standards at two of them including inadequate medical care.

Immigration officials are detaining an increasing number of single adults – currently totalling some 52,000 – but are funded for only 45,000. »