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  1. One of last survivors from USS Arizona died in September - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | The Spokesman-Review

    Raymond Haerry, one of the last living crew members on the USS Arizona during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, died 10 weeks before the 75th anniversary observance this Wednesday. He was 94. After the first explosions rocked the Arizona, Haerry sprinted to one of the ship's anti-aircraft guns, hoping to somehow repel the aerial bombardment.

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  2. Shock waves from Pearl Harbor reached all the way to Baton RougeRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | The Advocate

    Sailors watch from the Ford Island Naval Air Station as the USS Shaw explodes during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. The sunken USS West Virginia is shown behind sailors in a motor launch following the Japanese air raid on the U.S. Navy's Pacific Fleet Headquarters at Pearl Harbor on the Hawaiian island of Oahu.

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  3. Beyond the hippie stereotype: A closer look at the opposition to Trans MountainRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | CBC News

    Thousands of protestors marched from City Hall to downtown Vancouver on November 19, 2016 in opposition of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, which was approved by Federal cabinet on Nov. 29. Paul Haavardsrud writes for CBC's western business desk in Calgary. He is also a producer on CBC Radio's national business desk where he talks about business on Radio One in the afternoons.

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  4. How the largest mass-blinding in Canadian history birthed CNIBRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | CBC News

    Jon Tattrie is a journalist and the author of two novels and four non-fiction books. He won the RTDNA's 2015 Adrienne Clarkson Award.

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  5. Friends and family pay tribute to Kaipara boating tragedy victim Fred MarstersRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Family and friends of one of the men killed in the Kaipara boating tragedy have paid tribute to him in an emotional church service tonight. Fred Marsters, 58, died along with seven other men when the boat they were in during a fishing charter capsized.

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  6. Kaipara boating victim Fred Marsters farewelled by familyRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Manawatu Evening Standard

    A father who died in the Kaipara boating tragedy was remembered by friends and family at an emotional church service on Sunday night. Hundreds turned out at St Johns Presbyterian Church in Papatoetoe to pay tribute to 58-year-old Frederick "Fred" Marsters, with the crowd spilling into the church's foyer and carpark.

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  7. Advanced Report Debris Drift Mapping MH370Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Lev Vozchikov presents an expert interpretation of MH370 debris mapping research and a computer simulation that shows the appearance of the African and Indian coastal drifts. Vozchikov worked for 20 years in Special Transportation and published a graphical prognosis of the newest known debris oceanic transport map for an Indian Oceanic region in the journal Applied Science.

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  8. Letters and diaries chart the enduring grief of a Denver mother with two sons at Pearl HarborRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Denver Post

    The battleship USS Arizona belches smoke as it topples over into the sea during a Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Dec. 7, 1941. On the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, Clara May Morse was 2,500 miles away from the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor , yet she felt its reverberations as only a mother could, through a haze of uncertainty.

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  9. Yacht capsizes off Stradbroke IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Age

    Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer View text version of this page Help using this website - Accessibility statement Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. A Dutch backpacker was one of two men rescued from a capsized yacht off North Stradbroke Island, but the drama hasn't dented his sense of humour.

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  10. USS San Francisco job a career highlight for many at Puget Sound Naval ShipyardRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    The USS San Francisco, given a nose job and longer life by workers at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, is retiring. On Jan. 8, 2005, the Los Angeles-class fast attack submarine, at nearly full speed, struck an underwater mountain.

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  11. Vendors, swamped boats, drop-off fee discussed at Kenai dipnet meetingRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Peninsula Clarion

    Meeting on Thursday for their annual review of this summer's personal use dipnet fishery, Kenai administrators, council members and harbor commissioners heard few of the complaints about traffic jams, overflowing parking lots, and litter that have filled such meetings in the past. As city staff fine-tune the parking, clean-up, and safety operations they perform around the popular fishery - held this summer July 10-31 - the discussion at Thursday's meeting turned to capsizing boats, vendor concerns and the new drop-off fee.

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  12. Costs of train derailment along Columbia River adding up - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Spokesman-Review

    Six months after a train hauling Bakken crude oil derailed along the Columbia River Gorge, Washington, Oregon and other officials are still tabulating a bill to send to Union Pacific Railroad. Union Pacific said in a statement that it is committed to absorbing all the costs incurred as a result of the fiery crash on June 3 in Mosier, Oregon.

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  13. In debate over bill, consensus on composting's necessity but not much elseRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Maryland Gazette

    As the Anne Arundel County Council prepares to take up the issue of composting for its third consecutive meeting, debate over whether the proposed zoning update is the best approach continues. The current effort to write composting into Anne Arundel's zoning law is being made a year and a half after Maryland released its own set of regulations for the practice, in which organic matter is broken down into material that can be used for fertilizer.

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  14. Fidel Castro: One of the great leaders of our timeRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    The world mourned the death of Fidel Castro, the former Cuban president who died last week, aged 90, and was buried yesterday. Castro became famous because of leading the Cuba Republic under a communist system at the mouth of the United States.

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  15. The Bookworm of Edwards staff chooses best books of 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Vail Daily News

    Best Picture Book: A A AoeWhat Do You Do With a Problem?,A A A by Kobi Yamada, illustrated by Mae Besom. Best Real Life Adventure: A A AoeJungle of Stone: The True Story of Two Men, Their Extraordinary Journey and the Discovery of the Lost Civilization of ... While Santa's list is filled with robots and virtual reality gaming systems, there is still a very basic piece of technology out there that delivers.

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  16. 75 years after Pearl Harbor, some of the dead are being identified and reburiedRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    Pallbearers removed the flag from the casket holding the remains of Navy Fireman 3rd Class Edwin Hopkins in Keene, N.H. - Edwin Chester Hopkins' casket was draped with an American flag that had hung above the State Capitol. Boy Scouts saluted as the motorcade wove around the colonial town square to the cemetery, where a military bugler readied to play taps in the dappled sunlight of a cool autumn day.

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  17. Egypt refers two officials to court for migrant boat capsizingRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Reuters

    Egypt has referred two maritime inspection officials to trial for their role in the capsizing of a migrant ship that led to the death of over 200 earlier this year, state news agency MENA reported on Saturday. A boat carrying about 450 people capsized off Egypt's northern coast in September.

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  18. Two flood-related deaths reported in Surat ThaniRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Nation

    In Surat Thani province, floodwater of up to one metre spread to eight districts - Tha Chana, Chaiya, Vibhavadi, Khiri Ratthanikhom, Phunphin, Tha Chang, Don Sak, and Kanchanadit. It was reported that at least 5,000 families, or 15,000 people, were affected by flooding there, which caused damage estimated at Bt10 million.

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  19. Biggest ambulance shipRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Manila Bulletin

    The 'M/V Susitna,' a 195-foot refurbished military prototype vessel, arrives at Subic Bay Freeport Zone on Friday afternoon. The ship was acquired by the Philippine Red Cross to serve as the biggest ambulance and disaster response sea vessel in the country. (Jonas Reyes)

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  20. Cheap and cheery Croatia: Istria is the answer for a budget family ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    From sparkling fresh sushi to maple syrup-candied bacon, wild game pie and lobster straight off the boat: 20 reasons Canada is a foodie's paradise Can the Maldives work its magic on our marriage? One couple returns to the tropical paradise after 20 years for their second honeymoon Cheap and cheery Croatia: Istria is the answer for a budget family break - it's as pretty as Italy but there's not a euro in sight 'For one guest we changed their penthouse chair upholstery as they did not like the colour': Meet the man who ensures the Crystal Serenity is one of the world's best luxury ships Why turning on the lights while abroad might be a bad idea: Electrical engineers reveal the world's most shocking wiring Is it rude to recline your seat on a plane? An air stewardess, etiquette expert and psychologist debate the rights and wrongs Living the very high life: Pilot shares stunning pictures of ... (more)

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