Exclusive-Baby lost in the chaos of the airlift in Afghanistan found, returned to his family after a long ordeal | The powerful 790 KFGO

By Mica Rosenberg, Jonathan Landay and James Mackenzie KABUL, Afghanistan (Reuters) – A baby boy handed over to a soldier on the other side of an airport wall in the chaos of the US evacuation from Afghanistan in desperation has been found and returned to his relatives in Kabul on …

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FEMA defines resources to help climate resilience

As climate change increases disaster risk across the country, emergency managers and government officials are beginning to implement strategies to build community resilience. In December, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) released its Resources for Climate Resilience to provide a roadmap of programs and initiatives that advance communities’ climate resilience. …

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Builders FirstSource announces over $ 2 million in charitable contributions

FirstSource builders DALLAS – Builders FirstSource announced that it had raised more than $ 1 million for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in 2021. The company also announced that it has pledged to contribute more than $ 1 million to certain charitable organizations. nonprofit focused on emergency relief, disaster assistance …

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Red Cross service occupies Ahwatukee man | Community events

Iimagine starting a business in two days and changing staff every two to three weeks. This is the norm at the American Red Cross when responding to disasters. With 90 percent of the organization’s workforce made up of volunteers, the Red Cross not only depends on them to help shelter, …

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Governor Laura Kelly announces declaration of COVID-19 disaster

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Kansas Governor Laura Kelly on Thursday released a 15-day disaster declaration to help healthcare workers and hospitals amid a wave of COVID-19 in the state. RELATED: COVID-19 cases nearly tripled in Missouri; overtake in Kansas, Kansas City area in December The declaration includes two executive orders …

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Garrison volunteers can help with services throughout the year | Item

WIESBADEN, Germany – More soldiers and civilians received their second COVID vaccine at the Hainerberg Bookmart on February 24, 2021. The next round of vaccines is scheduled to start on March 10. Please keep in touch with your supervisors to make sure you know when you are due for your …

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Police unions file complaint against UN rapporteur for allegedly using excessive force

Police unions have lodged an official complaint against the UN rapporteur, Nils Melzer, who criticized on Twitter the actions of Dutch officers during a demonstration against the Covid. The president of the ACP police union said Melzer is biased and therefore no longer credible. Police unions ACP, ANPV, Equipe and …

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Sweden lays war crime charges against mother who took 12-year-old daughter to fight in Syria – JURIST

A Swedish woman has been charged with war crimes for taking her young son to Syria, where he was drafted as a child soldier, and ultimately killed in the country’s long-simmering conflict, prosecutors said on Tuesday. The Swedish prosecution alleges that the unidentified woman brought her son to Syria in …

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In the wake of the Marshall fire, here’s what you need to know today

BOULDER COUNTY, Colorado – As residents of Boulder County continue to pick up the pieces after the Marshall Fire, various community resources and updates are constantly changing around them. READ MORE: Resources for victims, ways to help, where to donate | Stories of the Marshall Fire | Boulder County Fire …

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