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Nearly 100 killed, hundreds hurt as quake strikes Indonesia's Aceh - Reuters


Reuters

Nearly 100 killed, hundreds hurt as quake strikes Indonesia's Aceh
Reuters
PIDIE JAYA, Indonesia Nearly 100 people were killed and hundreds injured in Indonesia on Wednesday when a strong earthquake hit its Aceh province and rescuers used earth movers and bare hands to search for survivors in scores of toppled buildings.
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Posted on 7 December 2016 | 7:15 am | Google News

75 years ago, what if Japan never attacked Pearl Harbor? - Washington Post


Washington Post

75 years ago, what if Japan never attacked Pearl Harbor?
Washington Post
Few events in World War II were as defining as the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. The "date which shall live in infamy" — as President Franklin D. Roosevelt famously put it — prompted the American entry into the war, subdued an ...
Pearl Harbor: 5 survive; 2 will join fallen USS Arizona shipmatesUSA TODAY
A Pearl Harbor survivor spent decades trying to forget it. Then one man got him talking.Los Angeles Times
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Posted on 7 December 2016 | 7:07 am | Google News

75 years after Pearl Harbor, a dwindling number of survivors - NJ.com


Miami Herald

75 years after Pearl Harbor, a dwindling number of survivors
NJ.com
UNION-- Herman Zuckerman never spoke much about what he witnessed on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, when Japanese naval forces attacked Pearl Harbor. Family members, only piecing together the story of his actions that day--gleaned in part from others ...
Dec. 7, 1941: In the words of Pearl Harbor survivorsIndianapolis Star
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Posted on 7 December 2016 | 7:07 am | Google News

As Syrian Government Forces Advance, The War Could Be At A Turning Point06:39 - WBUR


WBUR

As Syrian Government Forces Advance, The War Could Be At A Turning Point06:39
WBUR
In central Damascus, it's clear that President Bashar Assad is firmly in control. People close to the regime and government officials say the mood in the city is "better" as regime forces make gains in rebel-held areas. (NPR). In central Damascus, it's ...
Syrian army retakes Aleppo's old city as rebels discuss exitWashington Post
Kremlin says exit deal for Aleppo rebels still on agendaReuters
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Posted on 7 December 2016 | 6:11 am | Google News

Protests, scuffle as "alt-right" leader Richard Spencer speaks on Texas campus - CBS News


CBS News

Protests, scuffle as "alt-right" leader Richard Spencer speaks on Texas campus
CBS News
COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Tensions ran high as hundreds of people protested a white nationalist's speech on the Texas A&M University campus Tuesday night, reports CBS Dallas. Several groups demonstrated outside the student center during and ...
White nationalist's appearance at university draws hundreds of protestersCentre Daily Times
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Posted on 7 December 2016 | 6:06 am | Google News

Donald Trump Chooses Defense Chief With Professional Success, Divergent Views - Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal

Donald Trump Chooses Defense Chief With Professional Success, Divergent Views
Wall Street Journal
Retired Marine Gen. James Mattis, named as President-elect Donald Trump's defense secretary, doesn't agree with his presumptive new boss on every issue of national security policy. But he encompasses traits the incoming commander-in-chief evidently ...
Rallying in North Carolina, Donald Trump Formally Introduces James MattisNew York Times
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Posted on 7 December 2016 | 5:30 am | Google News

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