State Representative Gilliard, community leaders seek to raise funds for Haiti

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – State Representative Wendell Gilliard and other religious leaders seek to motivate people at the local, state and national levels to help resolve some of the suffering Haiti faces following natural disasters and unrest in the country. Gilliard said it all started about three months ago, when …

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French people get political chills with Oprah-style TV show with Le Pen – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article PARIS – France was the country where presidents could hide illegitimate children in plain sight, politicians could pursue multiple love stories, and no one printed what everyone knew. But the French are taking a liking to reality TV shows featuring politicians – a …

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West Sacramento family search for missing French Bulldog

A West Sacramento family is desperate for the public’s help in locating their beloved 10 month old French Bulldog named Sparrow. WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif .– Monica Schlaegel’s gray and tan dog was wearing a bright yellow harness without a collar when he accidentally escaped their home in West Sacramento at …

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OnePlus Nord 2 Pac-Man Limited Edition teased, launch imminent in India

OnePlus Nord 2 Pac-Man has been officially teased in India. The Chinese OEM took to Twitter to tease the Pac-Man-themed version of its affordable smartphone. Read also – Vivo, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme will enter the electric vehicle market, tipped to register a trademark While the Twitter post doesn’t explicitly reveal …

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Food Truck Community mourns two women killed in crash – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The tight-knit food and beverage truck community of North Texas mourns the loss of two women killed in a crash on a soggy Dallas highway Wednesday morning. Dallas Police said a commercial food truck pulled off the road along the 12 Walton Walker Boulevard Loop and struck a guardrail under …

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Group of Conservative MPs to Form ‘Civil Liberties’ Caucus to Speak Out for Vaccines

Politics Insider for November 5, 2021: A “Civil Liberties Caucus” Emerges; more talks on the NDP-Liberal deal; Anita Anand’s action plan Group of 15 to 30 Conservative MPs and Senators set to launch ‘civil liberties caucus’ to defend anti-vaccines who risk losing their jobs, reports Abbas Ranna in the Hill …

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The BMW Owner’s Extreme Solution to Paris’ ‘Aggressive’ Parking Culture

The French are known to be let–to do Drivers. But Parisian drivers are easily the worst of all. It’s a losing combination of congestion, poorly designed roads and the dismissive behavior of most Parisians (if the stereotype is to be believed). So, if you own a rare German sports car, …

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NORD announces 31 centers of excellence for rare diseases

The National Organization for Rare Diseases (NORD) awards a new designation to medical centers to set standards of high-quality specialist care for patients with rare diseases. UNC Children’s is home to one of the centers, headed by Cynthia Powell, MD. The National Organization for Rare Diseases (NORD) announced 31 rare …

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Covid-19: 139 new community cases in Auckland, Waikato and Northland

There are 139 new cases of Covid-19 in the outbreak in the Delta community on Thursday. Of the new cases, 136 are in Auckland, two in Waikato and one in Northland. The figures were released in a 1 p.m. press release by the Department of Health. READ MORE:* Covid-19: 162 …

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Horseshoe Bay veteran Gerald Powell receives French Legion of Honor award

France’s highest and most prestigious decoration, the French Legion of Honor, was awarded to 97-year-old veteran Gerald Powell of Horseshoe Bay for his service in World War II. The medal was presented to him by the 2nd Consul General of France Valérie Baraban during a ceremony Tuesday, November 2, at …

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