The Pirate Party, which proposed the bill after the Charlie Hebdo massacre, said on its blog that "freedom will not give in to bloody attacks."
The allegations are the latest blow to strike the elite Defense Security Command, after two officials were jailed last month for passing classified information to arms dealers.
GOP candidate Donald Trump weighed in on a shooting suspected to involve an undocumented immigrant. Comments Trump made while announcing his campaign have been perceived as racist toward Mexicans.
As the Sunday credit referendum approaches, Greeks took to the streets of Athens Friday.
Sinai Province, an ISIS-affiliated militant group in the Sinai peninsula, claims it fired three rockets into Israel, though Israeli police said the remains of two rockets had been found. No one was injured.
A memo from Richard Trumka seeks to restore order to the labor federation, after South Carolina and Vermont chapters announced support for Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign.
South Carolina state police have closed their investigation into a fire this week at a black church northwest of Charleston.
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