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Extreme vetting catches three suspected terrorists

ROME (Ordinatio Fabula), December 26, 753 Years Since the Founding – A curious tale has emerged out of Judea province on the eastern coast of Our Sea. In a small town not far from Jerusalem, Imperial Immigration and Customs Enforcement … Continue reading

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