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US condemns renewed violence in South SudanUS condemns renewed violence in South Sudan amid predictions of more warfare
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Bodies of 48 Sunni tribal fighters found in IraqBodies of 48 Sunni tribal fighters killed by Islamic State group found in mass grave
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Sweden's Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom talks to the media Thursday Oct. 30, 2014,  at the government building Rosenbad, in Stockholm, after Sweden's new government officially recognized a Palestinian state. Wallstrom said the Scandinavian country had decided on the move because the criteria of international law required for such recognition had been fulfilled, "There is a territory, a people and government," she told reporters in Stockholm. (AP Photo/Annika af Klercker) SWEDEN OUT
Sweden recognizes Palestinian state; Israel upsetSweden's new government recognizes Palestinian state; Israel criticizes the move
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Report: Dangerous lab fires show lack of trainingReport: Lab flash fires that injured students marked by lack of training, too much methanol
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This Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014 photo shows foreigners and North Koreans riding a shuttle bus to a plane bound for Beijing at the Sunan International Airport, in Pyongyang, North Korea. North Korea would seem like the last place on Earth that has anything to worry about from Ebola. But it's virtually gone on DefCon 1 over what it sees as a looming invasion from the outside world that threatens to infiltrate its borders and relentlessly attack its people unless dramatic measures are taken immediately. It has banned tourists, put business groups on hold and is looking even more suspiciously than usual at every foreign face coming across its borders. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
N. Korea cracking down on a distant threat: EbolaN. Korea, about as far from Ebola as a country can be, cracks down on visitors to keep it out
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Forensics inspect the scene where Moatez Higazi was shot on the roof of his house in east Jerusalem Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. Israeli police shot and killed Higazi suspected of trying to kill a hard-line Jewish activist in Jerusalem, an incident that quickly sparked clashes between masked stone throwers and Israeli riot police, threatening to further enflame the already high tensions in the city. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Illean)
Israeli police kill suspected Palestinian shooterIsrael police kill Palestinian suspected of shooting hard-line Jewish activist in Jerusalem
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Krista Larson chats with orphans she interviewed at a Catholic church sheltering more than 800 Muslims in Carnot, Central African Republic who had fled sectarian violence earlier this year. Krista Larson, who has covered the Ebola outbreak and the deadly conflict in Central African Republic for The Associated Press, has been named bureau chief for West Africa for the news cooperative. The appointment was announced Thursday by AP Africa Editor Andrew Selsky. (AP Photo/Steve Niko)
Larson named AP's West Africa bureau chiefKrista Larson named West Africa bureau chief in Dakar, Senegal for The Associated Press
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South Africans mourn sport deathsSouth Africans pay their last respects to 3 sports figures who died within days of each other
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  • Commissioners Support PA Foreign Trade Zone Corp.

    At Tuesday's regular meeting, the Clearfield County Commissioners voted in favor of supporting the Pennsylvania Foreign Trade Zone Corp. in a letter to the Cambria County Economic Development Authority. Commissioner John A. Sobel, chair, announced that the commissioners had recently learned about a Foreign Trade Zone developing among counties to the south and east of Clearfield. GantDaily.com, Thu, Oct 30 2014 @ 05:36 AM
  • Special needs beauty pageant to be held Saturday

    Angela Ebersole of Claysburg, who launched a pageant for special-needs women last year, never dreamed that when she and her husband pulled over to help a woman by the side of the road that they would meet a young woman who's wanted to be in a pageant for years. Courtesy photo Jessica Shimko , shown with her mother Diana, will participate in the "Beautiful You" pageant on Saturday in Altoona. Altoona Mirror, Thu, Oct 30 2014 @ 01:56 AM
  • Stray animals find shelter with police

    A Hollidaysburg Borough police officer receives a call about a lost dog, an older black and gray mutt found wandering outside the post office, drinking from puddles. The officer takes the dog - friendly, well-fed with a collar but no tags - and places him in a cell until a Humane Society worker can arrive. Altoona Mirror, Tue, Oct 28 2014 @ 12:00 AM
  • Prison guard recognized for saving inmate

    Ralph Hansen of Ebensburg, a 14-year correctional officer at the prison, said he was relieving another guard on duty on Oct. 6 when an inmate called him over. Mirror staff photo Cambria County Prison guard Ralph Hansen of Ebensburg was recognized by county commissioners for saving the life of a choking inmate earlier this month. Altoona Mirror, Fri, Oct 24 2014 @ 12:58 AM
  • $8M for 88 victims of abuse by Franciscan friar

    Eighty-eight former students who were sexually molested by a Franciscan friar who worked as an athletic trainer at a Catholic high school have settled their legal claims for $8 million, according to two attorneys who represent more than half the victims. Altoona attorney Richard Serbin represents 13 ex-students from the former Bishop McCort High School in Johnstown, and Boston attorney Mitchell Garabedian represents 33. The students said they were abused by Brother Stephen Baker, who worked at the school, 60 miles east of Pittsburgh, from 1992 to 2001. Evening Sun, Tue, Oct 21 2014 @ 07:45 PM
  • Conemaugh plans Ebola drill Tuesday

    A Cambria County health system plans an Ebola preparedness drill Tuesday, which includes erection of a decontamination tent outside its Johnstown hospital. Business Journal, Mon, Oct 20 2014 @ 09:46 AM
  • Conemaugh plans Ebola drill Tuesday

    A Cambria County health system plans an Ebola preparedness drill Tuesday, which includes erection of a decontamination tent outside its Johnstown hospital. "We will be talking our way through an actual event," said Dr. Harold Ashcraft , director of infection prevention at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center. Business Journal, Mon, Oct 20 2014 @ 02:10 PM
  • Sentencing in car wash parking lot slaying delayed

    Sentencing has been delayed for a man convicted in the stabbing death of his estranged girlfriend at a western Pennsylvania car wash a year ago. The Tribune-Democrat reports that a Cambria County court agreed to a defense request to put off sentencing for 22-year-old Demetrius Gibson of Johnstown to allow resolution of drug charges. ABC 27, Sat, Oct 18 2014 @ 03:00 AM
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