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Germany sends diplomats to Afghanistan

Germany has announced that it will send Ambassador-designate Marcus Potzel, followed by an expedition of diplomats to Afghanistan in the coming weeks. German newspaper Welt am Sonntag reported on Saturday (November 6) that Marcus Potzel is responsible for updating relations with the Taliban. Germany is now the first European country …

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No need to call the dispatcher if you see heavy smoke and flames on the west side of Idaho Falls on Friday

The following is a press release and photo from the Idaho Falls Fire Department. IDAHO FALLS – The Idaho Falls Fire Department will be hosting live burn training at an old structure located on Milligan Road in Snake River Landing on Friday, November 5 from approximately 9:30 a.m. to 10 …

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Man accused of making fake phone call to dispatcher, intimidating woman

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Indiana – A man has been charged with allegedly making a false phone call to send and intimidate a woman in South Bend on Monday morning, according to the probable cause affidavit. At 3:30 a.m., officers from the South Bend Police Department attended a Huey Street address …

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Health variant: why traveling nurses matter (and make a lot of money)

SIOUX FALLS, SD – Traveling nurses. They are healthcare freelancers, backups who have been crucial in helping understaffed nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic. And you probably haven’t even heard of it. While not all short-term mobile nurses make a lot of money, big paychecks are possible, especially when health systems …

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Oneida Ward 5 candidate questions and answers – Oneida Dispatch

Oneida, NY – The race for Oneida City Councilor Ward 5 is like no other. There are two candidates on the ballot – Brandee DuBois and Jake Fleming – only Fleming no longer lives in Oneida, making him ineligible. If Fleming wins the vote, the elected mayor would nominate the …

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The region once again in the forefront of the national political scene

WILKES-BARRE – Election trends in Luzerne County will soon be back in the national spotlight as the midterm elections approach next year, and Ed Mitchell sees it as a good thing. The veteran political analyst said this week that the county is representative of areas of the state and country …

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The French Dispatch is Wes Anderson’s most Wes Anderson movie

With The French dispatch, Wes Anderson presents his most Wes Anderson film to date. As the director’s tenth film makes its theatrical debut, his visual style and narrative predilections are now firmly established and instantly recognizable in popular culture and especially among those who are passionate about his work. Aside …

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Little Falls man convicted of murder

LITTLE FALLS – After about five hours of deliberation on Tuesday, October 26, a Morrison County jury found Jonathan Greyblood guilty of second degree murder without intent and second degree manslaughter in the death of his wife, Jeanine Greyblood . Jonathan Greyblood reported the disappearance of his wife, Jeanine Greyblood, …

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Hurricane Rigney Engages in Western Kentucky | Putnam News

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‘I Was Terrified’: Residents Assess Damage From Night Tornadoes In Bistate Area | Regional

In Fredericktown, a town of about 4,000 people about 85 miles south of St. Louis, on Monday, recreational vehicles were left on the side, metal siding was twisted around tree trunks by the wind at across town and over 10 buildings were leveled with many more significantly damaged. Schools in …

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