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  • White House tours may be restored; Waverly students learn about changing the world (Hussein caves?)

    03/15/2013 9:14:50 PM PDT · by Libloather · 12 replies
    KWWL ^ | 3/14/13 | Jackie Manternach, Amie Steffen
    WAVERLY (KWWL) - The message from Saint Paul's Lutheran School in Waverly has gotten through to the White House. This week, President Barack Obama said he is working with the Secret Service to restore some tours for students visiting Washington, D.C. The Saint Paul students spoke out about the suspension of the tours after automatic budget cuts canceled their tour. Obama says he is working with the Secret Service to try and restore some tours for students traveling to the nation's capital during their upcoming spring break.
  • Dem lawyers: Fla., Mich. can't be fully restored

    05/28/2008 2:28:31 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 13 replies · 240+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 5/28/08 | Nedra Pickler - ap
    WASHINGTON - A Democratic Party rules committee has the authority to seat some delegates from Michigan and Florida but not fully restore the two states as Hillary Rodham Clinton wants, according to party lawyers. Democratic National Committee rules require that the two states lose at least half of their convention delegates for holding elections too early, the party's legal experts wrote in a 38-page memo. The memo was sent late Tuesday to the 30 members of the party's Rules and Bylaws Committee, which plans to meet Saturday at a Washington hotel. The committee is considering ways to include the two...
  • Eden Restored (Iraq's Marsh Arabs)

    11/23/2007 2:34:18 PM PST · by blam · 45 replies · 163+ views
    The Guardian (UK) ^ | 11-23-2007 | Stuart Coles
    Eden restoredAn ambitious plan for the restoration of wetlands in Iraq will combine the ancient way of life of the returning Marsh Arab people with pioneering green technology. Stuart Coles reports Guardian Unlimited Friday November 23 2007 The marshlands restoration project covers an area of some 40,000 square miles. Photograph: Jonathan Tait-Harris Saddam Hussein had scant regard for the largest wetlands in the Middle East, which teem with unique wildlife like the smooth-coated otter, Mesopotamian deer and Basra reed warbler. He saw them merely as a haven for hiding rebels and deserters from the Iran-Iraq War, and in the early...
  • Iraqis see police force restored after three-year hiatus

    05/23/2006 5:55:32 PM PDT · by SandRat · 2 replies · 184+ views
    Marine Corps News ^ | Cpl. Antonio Rosas
    HUSAYBAH, Iraq (May 23, 2006) -- After three years without a police presence in this western Iraqi town of approximately 10,000, the community is beginning to see a fully-restored police force with the introduction of two new police stations. With a new force of fully-trained police officers, many of whom are seasoned veterans from the previous police force, Iraqis here hope the added security forces will curb insurgent activity in the area, according to tribal sheikhs. The Police Transition Team here, a team of Coalition service members responsible for training and mentoring Iraqi police officers, has worked in recent months...
  • Abbas warns of 'explosion of anger' if Palestinian aid not restored

    05/16/2006 5:28:40 AM PDT · by Esther Ruth · 75 replies · 1,315+ views ^ | 14:57 16/05/2006
    Abbas warns of 'explosion of anger' if Palestinian aid not restored By News Agencies Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas warned Tuesday of a Palestinian "explosion of anger" if international donors did not move fast to restore aid cut off in recent weeks. "Life will be frozen and there will be an explosion of anger and this would lead to a chaotic situation of which we cannot forsee the results," Abbas told a news conference after a speech to the European Parliament in the French city of Strasbourg. "I would like to adopt the mechanism as quickly as possible so the...
  • CA: Restored helicopters to fly air-show missions - UH-1B Iriquois, "Huey" - March Field AirFest

    04/29/2006 7:15:50 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 5 replies · 387+ views
    Riverside Press-Enterprise ^ | 4/29/06 | Joe Vargo
    The crew at Wings and Rotors Air Museum in Murrieta think it's high time Vietnam veterans get their due. Museum volunteers and military veterans have restored two Vietnam War-vintage helicopters and are working to return an F-4 Phantom jet to the skies. Those helicopters will fly and be on display today and Sunday at the March Field Airfest at March Air Reserve Base. "The Vietnam era is not well-represented at air shows," said Shayne Meder, an Air Force veteran, who paints and restores aircraft and works at Wings and Rotors. "People see World War II airplanes and modern airplanes. But...
  • Tal Afar Has Restored Hope, Life, Commander Says

    01/28/2006 11:40:27 AM PST · by SandRat · 7 replies · 272+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | Jan 27, 2006 | Sgt. Sara Wood, USA
    WASHINGTON, Jan. 27, 2006 – The efforts of the U.S. military and Iraqi security forces in Tal Afar, Iraq, have transformed the region from an insurgent hotbed to an area of life and hope with restored security, a U.S. military commander in the area said today. When the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment arrived in the region in summer 2005, Tal Afar was a support base that insurgents used to organize, train and equip terrorist cells, the unit's commander, Army Col. H.R. McMaster, said in a live news conference from Tikrit. Insurgents were drawn to the area because of its access...
  • Drinking water restored in south Baghdad area

    01/23/2006 3:00:11 PM PST · by SandRat · 6 replies · 348+ views
    ARNEWS ^ | Jan 23, 2006 | c. George Welcome
    BAGHDAD (Army News Service, Jan. 23, 2006) — The people in the cities of Mahmudiyah, Lutufiyah and Yusufiyah south of Baghdad are finally getting something they have gone without for over eight years now, a working water system to provide them with clean drinking water. The water distribution system for the outlying cities of Baghdad was suffering from lack of proper and continuous maintenance, officials said. During the era of the Sadaam regime, the system was allowed to decay, forcing 300,000 residents to get their water from nearby canals, a practice they have continued until now. The Iraqi government has...
  • Baghdadis hail Bush surprise visit

    11/27/2003 3:42:02 PM PST · by jern · 70 replies · 351+ views
    AFP ^ | 28nov03 | AFP
    Baghdadis hail Bush surprise visit From correspondents in Baghdad 28nov03 ORDINARY Iraqis joined American soldiers today in hailing US President George W. Bush's surprise visit to Baghdad in which he fed 600 soldiers the traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner at the city's airport. "Why wouldn't he come here? He got rid of Saddam for us, we owe him," said Raad Turk Azab, a baker. Sara Hassan who was peddling fruits in downtown Baghdad said she appreciated the US president's visit but echoed feelings shared by most Iraqis seven months after the US-led troops invaded Iraq. He "should bring back security to...
  • President Bush is eating in my undisclosed location (UPDATE: Undisclosed location is IRAQ!)

    11/27/2003 7:37:26 AM PST · by ChiefKujo · 1,991 replies · 14,334+ views
    Eyes on ^ | 271830(C)NOV03 | ChiefKujo
    President Bush secretly landed an hour ago and is currently eating Thanksgiving dinner at my undisclosed location. Anticipate a press release after he takes off. ChiefKujo
  • Iraq's Electricity Supply Is Finally Restored To Prewar Levels

    10/07/2003 6:17:09 PM PDT · by blam · 9 replies · 1,240+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 10-8-2003 | Jack Fairweather
    Iraq's electricity supply is finally restored to pre-war level By Jack Fairweather in Baghdad (Filed: 08/10/2003) After six months and an outlay of £80 million, Iraq's American-led administration said yesterday that it had finally restored the electricity supply to pre-war levels. The milestone is one the administration has been eager to reach after a summer of blackouts and deepening resentment among Iraqis over the time taken to restore basic services. Increasing the nation's power supply further is now at the centre of reconstruction efforts. On its success depend air conditioning and heating and revived oil and industrial production. By next...
  • Man’s vision gives insight on seeing - Blind for 43 years Michael May can see again.

    08/25/2003 10:04:44 AM PDT · by bedolido · 50 replies · 370+ views
    Associated Press ^ | 08/25/03 | Staff Writer
    After 43 years of blindness, Michael May can see again. HE CAN play soccer with his sons, enjoy movies and, for the first time, gaze on the Sierra Nevada slopes he has expertly skied — sightless — since the late 1970s. But May can’t recognize his sons, Carson, 11, and Wyndham, 9, by their faces alone. The same goes for identifying Jennifer, his wife of 15 years. People “can’t fathom that,” said May, who owns a company in Davis, Calif., that makes navigational software for the blind. Three years after surgery restored sight to May’s right eye, researchers say May’s...
  • Post-Soviet Republics To Unite Again

    03/10/2003 6:28:53 AM PST · by farmward · 3 replies · 260+ views
    PRAVDA.Ru ^ | MiK News Agency
    Post-Soviet Republics To Unite Again Several Russian politicians believe that the USSR will be restored by 2007 It seems that the company spirit of the Russian nation is really strong: Russian people always have wish to unite with someone. So does the leadership of the country. Presidents of Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan ordered to conduct the first meeting of the Group of high level for the issues of forming the joint economic space. Russia will be represented at the meeting by Vice Prime Minister Viktor Khristenko. As the vice prime minister believes, the joint economic space ideology comprises four...