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CAIRO (Reuters) - Qatari-owned Al Jazeera suspended broadcast of its Egypt-focused channel on Monday, citing a product restructuring, as Doha and Cairo seek to mend ties that deteriorated last year after the army toppled elected Islamist President Mohamed Mursi. Qatar was one of the main supporters of Mursi and his Muslim Brotherhood during their year in power. Ties between Egypt and Qatar have been strained since then-army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ousted Mursi in July 2013 after protests against his rule. ...
By Aubrey Belford BANGKOK (Reuters) - In April 2012, Indonesia's Banda Aceh, the city worst hit by the tsunami that killed at least 226,000 people on Boxing Day ten years ago, received a terrifying reminder of how unprepared it was for the next disaster. As an 8.6-magnitude quake struck at sea, thousands of residents shunned purpose-built shelters and fled by car and motorcycle, clogging streets with traffic. A network of powerful warning sirens stayed silent. No wave came. ...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Deputy Attorney General James Cole said on Monday the fatal shootings of two New York police officers on Saturday were "heinous and cowardly acts." The officers were attacked by a man apparently motivated by the deaths of two black men at the hands of white police officers in New York City and Ferguson, Missouri. "Our sympathies, our prayers are going out to those families," Cole said of the officers. "There's no reason we should have to be dealing with this." (Writing by Bill Trott; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)
31st Annual Holiday Gala: Black and Whit Ball. $60 each museum member/ $65 each non-member ( prepay and recieve a $5 discount off each ticket). Enjoy the vening with music, cash bar & hors doeuvres, portraits available by Wendy June Photography, and silent auction. Held at the Frederic Remington Art Museum, 7pm to midnight.
Children in Kindergarten through second grade are invited to register to join us on Tuesday, December 9th from 3-4pm for a program titled "A Long Winter's Nap: about bears, winter homes, and hibernation." Kids are invited to join Valerie for this program which will feature stories, games, fun activities and a craft! Call 386-3712 x4 or email email@example.com before December 8th to register children for this free event.
Come join Nature Up North at the Wachtmeister Field Station, Park St. (Cty. Rt. 27) Canton for an afternoon of building your own bird feeder. You will have the option to make a simple feeder using a pine cone, peanut butter, and seed (great for kids) or a bigger feeder using a recycled plastic bottle (great for the kids at heart). Anything you build can be taken home with you. In addition to building feeders you will also learn basics about some of the native winter birds in the North country and there will be a nature walk around the trails of Wachtmeister to look for some of these beautiful winter birds. This is a great event for families and will take place rain or shine. Be sure to bring some warm clothes and good footwear for the nature walk. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend.1:30pm to 3:00pm.
The CHMC Auxiliary Crafters will hold a "Still Time to Buy Local" Craft Sale on Dec. 11 from 9am to 4pm and on Dec. 12 from 9am to 3pm. It will be held in the hospital lobby. The craft sale will feature items for Christmas and the Winter season as well as many other hand made crafts. It will be a great chance to buy Locally Made gifts for people on your Christmas list. All proceeds benefit the hospital auxiliary.
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