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Student newspaper censorship: Burlington High School editors win First Amendment battle Nicole Higgins DeSmet , Burlington Free Press Published 6:30 a.m. ET Sept. 19, 2018 | Updated 8:03 p.m. ET Sept. 19, 2018 Student journalists at the BHS Register at Burlington High School win fight to publish public information after principal tried to quash it. Ryan Mercer, Free Press Staff Writer From left, BHS Register editors, Seniors Halle Newman, Nataleigh Noble and Juniors Julia Shannon-Grillo and (not shown) Jenna Peterson, didn’t have to fight the law to win. The law, as it turns out, was already on their side. Burlington High School student journalists learned a new appreciation of the First Amendment after an “adrenaline-filled” week fighting to win back their press freedoms. “It shows that journalism is important for every community to have, so that we can share important information like this that affects everyone,” Nataleigh Noble, 17, BHS Register co-editor said on Monday.
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Syria war: Seized foreign IS fighters ‘must be taken home’ These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption A suspected IS member and her baby were handed over to Sudanese diplomats in north-eastern Syria on Thursday, reports say Captured foreign Islamic State militants must be taken back by their home countries, the Kurdish-led forces in north-eastern Syria have said. The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said it would not put them on trial themselves and lacked the resources to hold them indefinitely. The SDF, which controls the region, say they hold about 500 jihadists, and hundreds of their wives and children. The captured IS fighters are reported to be from dozens of countries. States that the IS jihadists came from have proven to be reluctant to take these dangerous men back, the BBC’s Middle East analyst, Alan Johnston, says. IS militants seized large areas in Syria and Iraq in 2014 – but have seen been driven out from most the captured territory. The SDF is being backed by the US-led coalition. On Thursday, Kurdish foreign affairs official Abdel Karim Omar said that “around 520 Daesh [IS] mercenaries, as well as 550 women and around 1,200 children from 44 countries” were in the SDF’s custody, AFP news agency reports. “It’s a heavy burden that we can’t carry alone. “We will not try any IS fighter…