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7/7 10 years on 😢

As the 10th anniversary is round the corner I still can’t believe I’ve been involved with two attacks and managed to walk away unscathed

7th July 2005 I was still working on Blood Brothers in the west end and we had an early meeting as Thursday was a 2 show day plus we had a cast change on the 18th… 505 more words

Recent Sinai Attacks; killing the beast-“We are not in the aftermath of the so called Arab Spring, Egypt and the rest of the Arab countries are deeply engulfed in a real war”

The recent Sinai attacks won’t be the last, more and even deadlier attacks will take place not only in Sinai, but in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Tunisia, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Libya.

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Nigerian Women's Choir Members Recall Horrors Of Attacks

By SHERRY GREENFIELD
The Herald-Mail of Hagerstown

BOONSBORO, Md. (AP) — Rosemary Ganama finds it hard to talk about the day her father’s house was burned to the ground by Boko Haram fighters and her elderly mother was forced to flee to the mountains in the Chibok region of Nigeria, where she hid for almost a week with no food and little water. 446 more words

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Baltimore On Alert This Weekend Against Threats From ISIS

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — From coast to coast, there are fears ISIS sympathizers could take aim on America this holiday weekend.

WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren on precautions being taken. 279 more words

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Our Message 

Today, the nation stood silent, and remembered the victims of the Tunisia attacks, one week ago from today.

While stood in front of my TV, watching the family of Joel Richards, Adrian Evans and Patrick Evans sob, while they still try to make sense of what has happened to their family, I felt only anger. 238 more words

McCrory: Looking for patterns in record NC shark-bite summer

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory says safety officials are still trying to find patterns in the series of shark attacks on the state’s coast in order to keep the key tourism region safe for visitors. 106 more words

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