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Explosion at Didion Milling leaves 1 dead, 2 missing

Explosion at Didion Milling leaves 1 dead, 2 missing

Residents of Cambria will gather Thursday evening, June 1st for a prayer vigil after a deadly explosion at the Didion Milling Plant late Wednesday. The milling plant was cited by OSHA in 2011 for hazards associated with dust explosions. He added that employees were not allowed to smoke inside the building, but he refused to speculate on other causes for the explosions besides dust ignition.


Policeman says 1 demonstrator killed in Kabul

Policeman says 1 demonstrator killed in Kabul

They held Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah responsible. As the standoff continued, the protest appeared to become more tense, with regular bursts of gunfire ringing out. "The genuine anger expressed by the protesters, many of whom suffered the loss of family and friends, is fully understandable", said Tadamichi Yamamoto, the Secretary-General's Special Representative for Afghanistan.


Remembering the Fallen at Arlington

Remembering the Fallen at Arlington

Trump said , calling those who have served in the military "special, special people". Sandoval told the crowd that most Americans never fully understand the sacrifice of the nation's soldiers, and that remembering them helps lay a foundation for a stronger future.



Vladimir Putin Faces Questions From Megyn Kelly in St. Petersburg

Petersburg International Economic Forum, and was scheduled to conduct a sit-down interview with him later in the day. Putin quipped after being asked for his reaction at an economic forum in St. The Russian economy is highly dependent on revenues from oil and gas exports. Putin said that economic restrictions against Russian Federation have had "zero effect", predicting that the current strain in relations will ease, because "it's counterproductive and harmful for all".


For President Trump, decisions accompanied by drama

For President Trump, decisions accompanied by drama

Spicer's evasion comes as the White House is said to be considering revamping its communications strategy, possibly by having cabinet secretaries hold more on-camera briefings while Spicer does less. No word on whether or not The White House will follow suit. Trump has struggled more than most recent presidents to keep his conversations with world leaders private.



Unlike others, Putin doesn't criticize Trump over decision

A frustrated Vladimir Putin dismissed allegations that Russian Federation tried to influence last year's presidential election as " hysteria " and compared the attention to the issue in the U.S.to anti-Semitism while speaking on a panel discussion moderated by NBC's Megyn Kelly Friday.