Monthly Archives: March 2011

CASA raises awareness about group, cancer

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By Alethia Kasben Kat Petersen | The State News Special education senior Nikki Atchoo laughs as she takes her turn at grilling Wednesday at BD’s Mongolian Grill, 2080 W. Grand River Ave., in Okemos.…

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Christians in Northern Iraq fear the future

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 Catholic News Service ANKAWA, Iraq — When Suhail Louis left the sectarian violence of Baghdad a year ago, he thought he would find comfort in the safety of Northern Iraq. Instead, he’s faced with a new discomfort: unemployment.…

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Bishop To Consecrate New Chaldean Church

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Our Lady Of Perpetual Help Located In Orangevale SACRAMENTO COUNTY, Calif. — Sacramento’s newest church, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, will be consecrated Friday evening by His Excellency, Bishop Sarhad Jammo of San Diego.…

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Vill se Kennedy i landslaget

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PÃ¥ tisdag spelar Sverige mot Moldavien i EM-kvalet. Men Kennedy Bakircioglü är inte med i truppen – nÃ¥got som förvÃ¥nar klubbkompisen Markus Rosenberg.…

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Bel Canto singers to perform at OCFAC

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A trio of opera singers will be perform in concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 27, at the Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center. The singers – Ashley Bahri, Wendy Buzby and Garrison Carpenter – are awards…

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Loss of a Great Women

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The Assyrian community in Australia and abroad is in mourning over the tragic loss of a dear daughter, friend, and sister The Late Lina Yakubova , Lina passed away in Los Angeles on Monday 21 March 2011. She was 35 years old.…

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Mor Gabriel

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CENGÄ°Z AKTAR The latest European Parliament report on Turkey begins with the following noteworthy statement: The EP “commends Turkish citizens and civil society for…

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A Short Biography: Ninawa Younan

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Migration and Cultural Background My parents arrived in Australian in 1988 two years after I was born in Hasske, Syria. My father Anderyos Younan and mother Widade Younan decided to leave Syria in…

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