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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 8/29/16 *** U.S.-backed, Saudi-led airstrikes on Friday killed 11 civilians in northern Yemen. The strikes came just one day after U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with the Saudi foreign minister, where he urged a "political solution" to the war in Yemen. Despite the request, the U.S. continues to supply Saudi Arabia with weapons *** The U.S. military has confirmed that the leader of ISIS was held as a U.S. prisoner at Iraq's notorious Abu Ghraib prison in 2004. An investigation by The Intercept found that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, now the leader of the so-called Islamic State, was held at the prison for eight of his 10 months in U.S. custody that year. His detention coincided with revelations of widespread torture at Abu Ghraib. At the time of his release, al-Baghdadi was designated a low-level prisoner. Many analysts believe he was radicalized while in U.S. custody *** Lawmakers in the state of Maine are considering holding a special session to censure Republican Governor Paul LePage, also a Trump supporter, who recently described African Americans and Latinos as "the enemy" and suggested they need to be shot *** More tomorrow

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