IDF investigation into Gaza shooting reveals troops hampered by blind spots and poor planning

The first findings of the military investigation into the violence along the Gaza border on Saturday indicated that troops were unprepared for the sudden rush of rioters towards the security fence, during which a police officer. border police was seriously injured and a soldier’s weapon was almost stolen. . Soldiers …

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Berea school board approves $ 168,000 modification order for paving work

BEREA, Ohio – Pavement projects in the School district of the city of Berea resulted in a change order of $ 168,000 for work performed by the Ohio Paving and Construction Company. The Berea Board of Education approved the expense at its regular meeting on August 16. The OPCC modification …

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The Northland couple happily sharing their fruitful harvest

It is sometimes difficult to catch Caroline and John Locke at home. “We only come home to clean ourselves”, jokes Caroline, because when they are not in the garden, they often sail on the steel yacht which is their other passion. Combining the maintenance of a productive 2 hectare garden …

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Jim McKee: Trixie’s and Its Neighbors in the History of Downtown Lincoln | Nebraska

As things return to normal after COVID-19 and driving around Lincoln becomes more routine, you’ve probably noticed that the western half of Block 97, 12th to 13th Streets K to L, is now a grassed area in waiting for development. Over the years, this half-block has seen several apartment buildings, …

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Reality control: China is leading the way to the virtual future

The United States may have unrealized opportunities to accelerate the broad benefits of virtual reality (VR) technology. Mainly seen through the lens of international competition, US efforts to organize and stimulate the virtual reality industry have been relatively limited. In addition, the lack of focused support and attention could risk …

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Will there be a charge for this university degree?

Most four-year degrees pay off by paving the way for graduates to recoup the cost of their studies relatively quickly, new analysis shows. But this is especially true for some programs, while others may offer little economic benefit over a high school diploma. The findings are part of a report …

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“It could be you”: POW WOW Worcester 2021 enables artists to make their dreams come true while paying them to young people in the city

Three years ago anxiety gnawed at Grhimm Xavier as he created a small painting for POW WOW Worcester. The second edition of the festival featured ‘Welcome to Worcester’ paintings, which artists created and were ultimately sold to raise funds. The small leaflets were a far cry from the huge murals …

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Woolworths Announces New LEGO-Style Collectibles With New Bricks Collection

Stand aside, Ooshies! Australian parents are about to be harassed over a new set of supermarket collectibles. Woolworths has announced that it will launch its own brand of LEGO-style blocks for kids to build their own miniature versions of its famous stores. Its Woolworths Bricks line will include 40 different …

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Obituary of PATRICIA CLEAR (1924 – 2021) – Washington, DC

CLEARY PATRICIA AGNES HANLEY CLEARY Wife of the late Timothy F. Cleary, mother of six, grandmother of 14 and great-grandmother of eight, passed away peacefully on Monday August 16, 2021 at her summer home in Stone Harbor, New Jersey with family by their side. Known to many as Pat and …

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Missouri’s local corn maze pays great tribute to 9/11

Parker’s Corn Maze in Hannibal, Missouri created an absolutely stunning tribute to the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. September 11, 2001 is a day to be honored and remembered for the rest of the time, the United States has been attacked and thousands of innocent American lives have …

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