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Windsor residents split on royal wedding hoopla

Windsor - As Windsor gears up for Saturday's royal wedding, some local residents are loving the party buzz, while others are sick of the whole shebang.

Heartbroken residents get glimpse of Raqa in ruins

Ak - Tears streaming down her freckled face, 35-year-old Asya took in the shattered glass, gutted storefronts and crumbling cafes -- all that remain of her favourite shopping street in Syria's Raqa.

'Missile launch, take cover': Japan's terrifying wake-up call

Toukyo - "Missile launch! Missile launch! A missile appears to have been launched from North Korea. Take cover in a building or underground.

A first: Cuban communist paper runs US embassy notice

Havana - Granma, the Communist Party newspaper and a source of anti-US tirades since 1965, made history Wednesday by running a US embassy notice for American citizens living in Cuba.

Eroding hillside forces California coast residents to evacuate

Pacifica - Residents of the last inhabited apartment building on a cliff overlooking the ocean in Pacifica were informed Monday that they would have to move — now.

California orders 25% cut in resident, business water use

South Lake Tahoe - Faced with the worst drought since becoming a state in 1850, California announced mandatory usage reductions for the first time.

California driver's licenses made available to illegal immigrants

Sacramento - Today marks the first day California can issue driver’s licenses to hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants living in the largest U.S. state.

Rare signed copy of Stephen King book on auction to help poor

Hancock - A rare, signed copy of "The Regulators", published in 1996 and written by Stephen King under the pen name Richard Bachman, is to be auctioned off. Proceeds will go to a local fuel fund for poor residents who cannot afford heating this winter.

Radiation in urine found in residents near Fukushima

Tokyo - Japan's Fukushima nuclear disaster has taken another bad turn as residents located about 20 miles from the Daiichi nuclear facility now have radiation detected in their urine and one official said it will be "difficult" for people to live in the area.

Ethnic riots sweep Kyrgyzstan, 80 dead, over 1,000 wounded

Osh - Ethnic riots wracked southern Kyrgyzstan forcing thousands of Uzbeks to flee as their homes were torched by mobs of Kyrgyz men. The interim government begged Russia for troops to stop the violence, and the Kremlin offered humanitarian assistance.

China to draft immigration law

Beijing - China is planning to draft the nation's first immigration law as the number of foreigners moving to the country has grown intensely in the recent years.

Police: Residents of Toronto's waterfront will be safe during G20 Special

Toronto - Toronto Police are assuring residents along the waterfront that they will be safe during the G20 Summit in June. Traffic will be heavy but the city will continue to run as world leaders invade the downtown core.

Residents fury over Google filming

Local people from Milton Keynes in the United Kingdom have made the news today after blocking in a Google Street View car.

America's New President: Barack Hussein Obama

At approximately 12:04 EST Barack Hussein Obama took the oath of office from United States Chief of Justice John Roberts and made history; becoming the first Black American to be elected President and the nation’s 44th commander-in-chief.

Op-Ed: Obama and The Capitol City Citizens

Historically the President of the United States has had a complicated relationship with the city of Washington, D.C. The expectation of a Barack Obama White House is different as residents and community leaders anticipate more outreach from the POTUS.
 

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Looking eastwards over Nazareth.
Residents of Rockaways protest the lack of help from the government and FEMA after Hurricane Sandy.
Residents of Rockaways protest the lack of help from the government and FEMA after Hurricane Sandy.
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A resident of Nazareth has decked out their house.
A resident of Nazareth has decked out their house.
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Looking east over Nazareth on a December night.
Modern times in Nazareth.
Modern times in Nazareth.
Residents of Abyei photographed as they fled an earlier round of fighting.
Residents of Abyei photographed as they fled an earlier round of fighting.
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Residents of Rockaways protest the lack of help from the government and FEMA after Hurricane Sandy.
Residents of Rockaways protest the lack of help from the government and FEMA after Hurricane Sandy.
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Looking east over the main streets of Nazareth.
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Window shopping in Nazareth.

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