Over 100000 New Hampshire customers still without electricity - WCVB Boston


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Over 100000 New Hampshire customers still without electricity
WCVB Boston
ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM 495 TO 128. MOST PEOPLE HAVING A VERY NICE COMMUTE. RANDY, EMILY, BACK TO YOU. RIGHT NOW THOUSANDS STILL WITHOUT THEIR POWER AND OTHER UTILITIES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AFTER THE STORMY ...
Power outages down to around 25000 in MaineBeaumont Enterprise

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Austin Police: More Than 100 Rounds Fired - ABC News


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Austin Police: More Than 100 Rounds Fired
ABC News
Austin police say a gunman fired more than 100 rounds at the Mexican Consulate, city police headquarters and other downtown buildings before he was killed. Police Chief Art Acevedo said a police sergeant shot at the gunman, who was about 50, early ...
Austin police kill man suspected of firing at federal courthouse, other buildingsWashington Post
Austin police kill gunman who targeted buildingsSTLtoday.com
Austin Police Kill Gunman After Shots Fired at 'Multiple Buildings'NBCNews.com
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Ex-UK minister loses libel case over police 'pleb' row
LONDON (Reuters) - A former minister in Prime Minister David Cameron's government lost a libel case on Thursday over a newspaper article which said he had insultingly referred to police as "plebs".






Hedge fund couple agree Britain's most expensive divorce
LONDON (Reuters) - Billionaire hedge fund manager Chris Hohn has been ordered to pay his estranged wife Jamie Cooper-Hohn 337 million pounds ($530 million) in the largest divorce settlement in British legal history.






NY Museum Digitizing Harlem Hellfighters Records
New York State Military Museum digitizing post-WWI personnel records of Harlem Hellfighters

Briton among 6 dead as Kabul blast hits embassy vehicle

A NATO-led International Security Assistance Force soldier inspects a British embassy vehicle that was targeted in a suicide attack in Kabul on November 27, 2014Kabul (Afghanistan) (AFP) - A suicide bomber rammed his explosives-packed car into a British embassy vehicle in Kabul on Thursday, killing one Briton and five Afghans in the latest attack to highlight fragile security as NATO troops withdraw.


US 'horrified' by Syrian regime raids, slams Assad

Rescue workers remove a body following air strikes reportedly by Syrian government forces in the Islamic State (IS) group controlled Syrian city of Raqa, on November 25, 2014The bombing Tuesday was the deadliest by President Bashar al-Assad's air force since Islamic State jihadists seized the city last year and declared it their capital. It was not clear how many Islamic States members were killed, but the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said more than half of the dead were civilians. The US State Department condemned the strikes, and said the regime had no value for human life. "We are horrified by the reports that the Assad regime's airstrikes yesterday in Raqa, Syria killed dozens of civilians and demolished residential areas," State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in a statement, released Wednesday.


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