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WHO investigates mysterious outbreak in South Sudan

Alex Gordon Slated To Join Omaha Thursday

milb.com — Kansas City Royals All-Star, Gold Glove outfielder and Nebraska native Alex Gordon is expected to join the Omaha Storm Chasers as part of his Major League Rehab Assignment beginning on Thursday, June 23 at Werner Park. That evening's contest is scheduled to start at 7:05 p.m.

Yellow fever continues to spread in Angola

Fighting in South Sudan cuts off 100,000 people from aid

news.trust.org — Western powers are worried the violence will escalate into full civil war, undermining stability in the young African country

South Sudan accuses Sudan of attacks in disputed borderland

news.trust.org — South says Sudan mounted two attacks on Wednesday * No comment available from Khartoum * South says on alert but won't retaliate By Andrew ...

South Sudan hit by clashes for second day, death toll at ...

news.trust.org — President Salva Kiir said on Monday the fighting between army factions was a bid to seize power by the former vice president, Riek Machar, whom he sacked in July

Why Brexit wouldn't leave voters out of pocket

blogs.spectator.co.uk — The Treasury says that the cost of the UK leaving the EU would be £4,300 per household - but compared with what? We're not told. As a cross-bencher, I naturally take very seriously the task of checking and challenging the work of the government so I put down two Parliamentary questions which eventually elicited the response that: 'HM Treasury did not produce a forecast of how big the economy would be in 15 years' time....'

Joe Beimel Signs With Royals, Joins Omaha

milb.com — The Kansas City Royals announced Monday that they have signed left-handed reliever and 13-year Major League veteran Joe Beimel to a minor league contract and assigned him to Omaha's roster. He is expected to join the Storm Chasers' active roster for tonight's contest against the Nashville Sounds at Werner Park.

Falu Signs With Royals, Returns To Omaha

milb.com — The Kansas City Royals announced Sunday that they have signed longtime Storm Chasers infielder Irving Falu to a minor league contract and assigned him to Omaha's roster. Falu, an Omaha fan favorite, has played in a total of 578 games with Omaha over parts of six seasons, compiling a .283 average (631-2232), adding 309 runs, 84 doubles, 29 triples, 14 homers and 214 RBI, along with 89 steals.
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Oct 27, 2014

RT @DanRodricks: MIDDAY POLITICS: Welcoming @AnnieLinskey @bpolitics back to @MiddayWYPR with Andy Green @baltimoresun @andrewagreen Tuesday 12-1 pm ET live

Oct 23, 2014

Hogan says flaws in his budget plan are mistakes by unpaid volunteers; what's Brown's excuse?  http://fw.to/qXLinMZ 

Oct 22, 2014

Sun endorsement: Kittleman's independence, fresh perspective make him the better of two great choices for HoCo exec.  http://fw.to/8yE33Lk 

Oct 21, 2014

Why won't Larry Hogan tell us what he told the NRA?  http://fw.to/G3K5CBc 

Oct 17, 2014

The Sun agrees with Andy Harris on this, at least: the CDC is inspiring no confidence whatsoever.  http://fw.to/e57PcTQ 

Oct 17, 2014

Want to elect a candidate who believes public schools are a socialist plot? Peroutka is your man.  http://fw.to/o8miMml 

Oct 07, 2014

Who won the debate? If the race is just about the economy, Hogan. If it's about more? Advantage Brown.  http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/editorial/bs-ed-debate-20141007,0,7126206.story 

Sep 29, 2014

@Wej12 Thanks for pointing that out. Fixed now.


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