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WORLD

  • Orange aims to end ties with Israeli operator: chairman

    Wed, 4:23pm

    Orange CEO Stephane Richard, seen here on February 6, 2014, said "our intention is to withdraw from Israel"The chairman of Orange said Wednesday the French telecoms group aims to end its ties with Israel operator Partner, which has been criticised for its activities in the Palestinian territories. At the end of May, five non-governmental organisations and two unions in France asked Orange to state publicly its willingness to sever its ties with Partner and denounce "attacks on human rights" they said the Israeli company had carried out. When asked about this on Wednesday, Orange's Stephane Richard said in Cairo that "our intention is to withdraw from Israel.


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  • Farah's coach Salazar accused of doping: BBC

    Wed, 4:22pm

    Alberto Salazar (C) hugs Bernard Lagat (R) and Galen Rupp following the men's 5,000 metres final at the World Championships in Daegu on September 4, 2011Leading American coach Alberto Salazar has encouraged athletes in his care to take banned substances, a documentary screened by the BBC on Wednesday claims. Salazar, 56, who coaches Britain's two-time Olympic champion Mo Farah, is alleged to have doped Olympic silver medallist Galen Rupp, the USA's national 10,000 metres record-holder, in 2002. Both Salazar, an athletics great who won three successive New York marathons, and Rupp deny any wrongdoing, while there is no suggestion that Farah has broken doping rules.


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  • French Open at a glance

    Wed, 4:21pm

    PARIS (AP) — A look at the French Open on Wednesday: read more

NATIONAL

  • Group sues to compel U.S. to evacuate Americans from Yemen

    Wed, 4:20pm

    By Serena Maria Daniels DETROIT (Reuters) - Lawyers representing a group of Yemeni Americans on Wednesday sought to have a federal judge force the government to order emergency evacuations of 37 American citizens stranded in Yemen since a deadly conflict broke out in March. The U.S. government is needlessly putting citizens in imminent danger by not moving to get them out, lawyers for the Michigan branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations told Judge Sean Cox in Detroit. The group is the largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization in the United States.read more
  • Boston leaders: Video proves black suspect not shot in back

    Wed, 4:02pm

    Boston leaders: Video proves black suspect not shot in backBOSTON (AP) — A knife-wielding black man killed by the terror investigators who had him under surveillance was confronted because he had purchased knives and talked of an imminent attack on "boys in blue," the FBI said Wednesday.


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  • NYC police union head faces election challenges as voting deadline nears

    Wed, 4:00pm

    New York City Patrolmen's Benevolent Association president Patrick Lynch speaks to media at Woodhull Hospital about two New York Police officers who were shot dead in Brooklyn borough of New YorkBy Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York City police officers are voting this week on whether to extend the 16-year reign of Patrick Lynch as their union leader or heed critics who have said his confrontational style is out of sync with the prevailing climate in the largest U.S. city. Lynch, 51, who has run unopposed for more than a decade, is facing two challengers this year for the presidency of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association, the city's largest police union, representing nearly 23,000 officers. Lynch was elected union president in 1999 and became known for challenging Michael Bloomberg and Rudy Giuliani, Mayor Bill de Blasio's predecessors, over issues like police benefits and safety.


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Community Calendar

  • Paul Smith's College VIC: 13th annual Great Adirondack Birding Celebration

    6/5/2015

    Paul Smith's College Visitor Interpretive Center (VIC) is hosting their 13th annual Great Adirondack Birding Celebration, June 5-7 from 7am to 8pm. 

    This three-day event features field trips to boreal birding hot spots, lectures, workshops, and more.  Boreal species that participants hope to find include the Bicknell's Thrush, Black-backed Woodpecker, Boreal Chickadee, & Golden-winged Warbler.  The keynote speaker is Chris Rimmer, founding director of the Vermont Center for Ecostudies.  He will speak on the conservation of the Bicknell's Thrush.   More information:  www.gabc.info

  • 13th annual Great Adirondack Birding Celebration

    6/6/2015

    Paul Smith's College Visitor Interpretive Center (VIC) is hosting their 13th annual Great Adirondack Birding Celebration, June 5-7 from 7am to 8pm. 

    This three-day event features field trips to boreal birding hot spots, lectures, workshops, and more.  Boreal species that participants hope to find include the Bicknell's Thrush, Black-backed Woodpecker, Boreal Chickadee, & Golden-winged Warbler.  The keynote speaker is Chris Rimmer, founding director of the Vermont Center for Ecostudies.  He will speak on the conservation of the Bicknell's Thrush.   More information:  www.gabc.info

     

  • DR. VORA - MOUNTAIN CLIMBER

    6/6/2015

    On June 6th at 2 PM, Dr. Manoj Vora will speak on his mountain climbing adventures at the Edwards History Center, 222 Main Street, Edwards, NY.  He has completed his lifelong dream of climbing to the top of the highest mountain on each of the earth's seven continents. He wishes to share his adventures with the public. Interested people of all ages are invited to come and hear Dr. Vora's story through photographs and video journals.

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  • Nature's Storehouse: Free Recycled Crafts

    6/6/2015

    Nature's Storehouse, 21 Main St., will be hosting Free Recycled Crafts 11am-2pm on Saturday June 6th as a part of the Dairy Princess Festival.  Come and decorate a milk carton bird feeder, make a plastic tab power ring and pose at our photo booth.  Lots of fun for all ages! 

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