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They are still available in Wichita, but may be a little harder to get and may cost you a little more. In most cases Balsam firs were substituted. "Every year in June we talk to the vendor and go up to OR to look at the trees and decide what to take", Julie Vario told The Salt Lake Tribune.
  • Nigeria mosque attack leaves 50 killed

    Nigeria mosque attack leaves 50 killed

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    He added that, "While no group has claimed responsibility for this today's deadly attack, it bears all the hallmarks of the Boko Haram atrocities documented over the years by Amnesty International". "It fits with the increasing lethality and potency of suicide attacks of the organisation's current "hot streak", which started approximately four weeks ago", he said.
  • PF to launch Mugabe impeachment motion on Tuesday

    PF to launch Mugabe impeachment motion on Tuesday

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    Zanu-PF sources from Harare had told The Namibian yesterday that Mugabe had indicated tat he would resign. "He has up to noon today or face impeachment". Meanwhile, government ministers are being urged to go about their work as usual as the political confusion continues. A motion to impeach 93-year-old Mugabe will be tabled by Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party on Tuesday, the party has confirmed.
  • Argentine Navy confirms sounds detected not from missing ARA San Juan submarine

    Argentine Navy confirms sounds detected not from missing ARA San Juan submarine

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    REUTERS/Marcos BrindicciSearchers found an empty raft floating in the ocean, and noticed white flares from a distance. The worldwide search effort for the missing Argentine submarine ARA San Juan will benefit from calm weather this week, and just in time: the sub's supply of breathable air is likely running low, according to the Argentine Navy.
  • Woman threatened for 'f*ck Trump' sticker says f*ck the sheriff too

    Woman threatened for 'f*ck Trump' sticker says f*ck the sheriff too

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    Fonseca originally made headlines after Nehls threatened to arrest her for the anti-Trump sticker on her pickup. He posted a photo of the truck message on Facebook on Wednesday alongside a request to speak with the driver. A day later, Fonseca was arrested on a pre-existing fraud warrant out of the Rosenberg Police Department. Forsenca was subsequently released on bond, and has since given her display a bit of an update.
  • Students suing Ontario colleges over disrupted school year

    Students suing Ontario colleges over disrupted school year

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    The provincial government is ordering the colleges to create a fund, to help students struggling with their finances because of the strike, and using money the colleges saved over the course of the strike. Lambton College student Jade Flay is helping organize a class-action lawsuit against Ontario's colleges. Apprentices will also be able to put in for a full refund of classroom fees if they are unable to complete their in-school training as a result of the strike.
  • Trump Returns North Korea to List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

    Trump Returns North Korea to List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

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    The talks collapsed soon after and have not been revived since. USA student Warmbier died this year, aged 22, after he was repatriated from detention in North Korea, already in a coma. Neither Mr Trump nor the State Department specified which acts of terrorism and assassination the North had supported. "The North Korean regime must be lawful".
  • Argentina Says it May Have Received Signals from Missing Sub

    Argentina Says it May Have Received Signals from Missing Sub

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    Hope is quickly fading as Argentine officials say satellite signals detected on Saturday did not determine the location of a missing naval submarine . "We still have no established contact", Balbi said, as cited by Clarin. All terrestrial communications stations along the Argentine coast have been ordered to search for communications and listen to all possible frequencies of transmission by the submarine to try and make contact with the vessel.
  • Israel to share intel with Gulf Arab states to counter Iran threat

    Israel to share intel with Gulf Arab states to counter Iran threat

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    Eisenkot added that "Under U.S. President Donald Trump there is an opportunity to form a new global alliance in the region". Saudi Arabia ramped up its campaign against Iran's growing influence in the Arab World Sunday by persuading most of the 22 member states of the Arab League to condemn Iran's Lebanese ally, Hezbollah, as a "terrorist organization".
  • Northern College gives students a heads up

    Northern College gives students a heads up

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    The Liberals have stated that they are prepared to return to the legislature and sit throughout the weekend until the legislation is passed. They say that fulltime faculty numbers have been reduced over the past several decades and replaced with part-time faculty, who don't make the same wage and are not entitled to the same benefits and pension as full-time faculty.
  • In Post-Weinstein Era, Trump Sexual Assault Accusers Await His Downfall

    In Post-Weinstein Era, Trump Sexual Assault Accusers Await His Downfall

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    The women discussed what it's been like for them as more and more men in power are being publicly condemned for accusations of sexual misconduct in the wake of the #MeToo movement . "What he doesn't deserve is to be lumped in with Roy Moore , or Kevin Spacey, or Harvey Weinstein". As been widely reported, Franken's political and comedic careers are in great peril today after it was announced that he forcibly kissed a woman named Leean Tweeden in 2006.
  • Weather: Unsettled with rain, sleet, and snow right through Sunday

    Weather: Unsettled with rain, sleet, and snow right through Sunday

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    Expect winds 15 to 25 miles per hour with gusts up to 50 miles per hour, strong enough that they may cause small limbs to snap and lead to isolated power outages. According to AAA, Tuesday and Wednesday will see the heaviest holiday traffic, so try to head out Monday or even Thursday morning for closer destinations.
  • U.S. eyes N.Korea talks if missile tests end

    U.S. eyes N.Korea talks if missile tests end

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    Today (Friday), North Korea's Ambassador to the UN Han Tae-song claimed that his country won't negotiate with the United States as long as the military cooperation between the US and South Korea continues. North Korea has not commented on the defection. The proposal also lets China off the hook and plays into its attempts to portray the issue as exclusively a problem between headstrong governments in Washington and Pyongyang.
  • Norway's $1 trillion wealth fund looks to dump oil & gas stocks

    Norway's $1 trillion wealth fund looks to dump oil & gas stocks

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    Government finances in Norway have been hit hard by the drop in oil prices in recent years. Norway is western Europe's biggest oil and gas producer, pumping just under 1.8 million barrels per day, or roughly double the UK's output. "That would mean all companies that the FTSE has classified with t". "An economy such as Norway, heavily dependent on oil revenues to underpin its sovereign wealth fund, is to be congratulated for taking a timely and foresighted approach to managing its ...