Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, warned that fighting is raging and intensifying in Syria amid the international diplomacy. Are suffering because of lack of medical care, lack of food, lack of water. He urged the international community to be sure people in need get the proper assistance..
But Kimball, competing in his seventh straight Boston Marathon, finished faster this year and met his family in nearby Boston Common, where they took a subway to their hotel. Eastern time.By Matt Szabo March 26, 2010Cheryl Smith ran the Los Angeles Marathon for the first time Sunday, and she did so under the ?elite? runner qualification. That meant she got all the perks, including a stay at the dugout club at Dodger Stadium before warming up for the race, which went from the stadium to the Santa Monica Pier.
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As a Lady Hornet, Jackson was one of the most dominant women basketball players in the history of the SWAC. The Saginaw, Mich. Native earned Player of the Year honors at the conclusion of the 2002 03 season and garnered All SWAC distinction three times.
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Councillor Bill Anglin, on behalf of the Downtown Courtenay Business Improvement Association, said Wedge was always a friendly and familiar face in downtown Courtenay. “Not only did he make sure that the downtown parking bylaw was fairly abided by, he was also a friend”, said Anglin. “Merchants and customers alike enjoyed his welcoming personality and his friendly conversation.