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Cheat Sheet: November 23-24--Weekend Roundup

Israel calls Iran nuclear deal a “historic mistake” The Israeli government called the deal reached with Iran over its nuclear program a “historic mistake,” saying it only showed a nuclear program that’s still capable of producing a bomb. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the agreement endangered Israel, adding the nation is not bound by the international community’s nuclear deal and reserves the right to defend itself. Netanyahu continued by saying, “Today the world became a much more dangerous place because the most dangerous regime in the world made a significant step in obtaining the most dangerous weapons in the world.” (Source) Catching Fire scores $307.7 million globally on opening weekend The Hunger Games’...

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Cheat Sheet: November 18, 2013

George Zimmerman arrested George Zimmerman has been arrested following a domestic violence incident involving his girlfriend. Authorities haven’t said exactly what happened, but the disturbance was at a residence on Topfield Court in Apopka (Seminole County). Zimmerman will be booked into the John E. Polk Correctional Facility. (Source) Woman gets 47 years for murders at Virginia Beach Rally’s Cheari Edwards was sentenced this morning to 47 years in prison for her role in the robbery and fatal shooting of 27-year-old Alphonso White and his brother, 19-year-old Michael Johnson, during a Jan. 8 robbery at the Rally’s on Lynnhaven Parkway. Edwards pleaded guilty in July to two counts of first-degree murder, three counts of using a firearm and one count each...

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Cheat Sheet: November 16-17: Weekend Roundup

Tornadoes strike Illinois Rare and violent tornadoes ripped across Illinois on Sunday, toppling trees and power lines and swamping city streets. Earlier, severe weather decimated farms in southern Illinois, killing at least five people. Farther north, a tornado flattened large swaths of Washington, killing at least one person and sending about 50 others to local hospitals. (Source) Top Syrian rebel commander dies Syrian rebel commander Abdul Qadir al-Saleh died on Sunday of wounds he sustained in an air strike on a rebel-held air base on Thursday. He was the leader of Liwa al-Wawhid, one of the main rebel forces in Aleppo, estimated to have between 8,000 and 10,000 fighters. (Source) Mining accident kills two in Colorado Two workers were killed and 20 others were...

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Cheat Sheet: November 15, 2013

Philippines death toll hits 3,631 More than a week after Typhoon Haiyan hit the central Philippines, some victims are living off the land. In a total absence of food and water, some victims were surviving on coconut juice. The assessment came as crews continued to collect bodies from streets and rubble, raising the national disaster agency’s official death toll to 3,631. The number of injured stood at 12,487; at least 1,179 were missing. Numbers could rise, with an additional 1,000 cadaver bags sent to provinces as search-and-rescue operations continued in Tacloban City. (Source) “Batkid” saves San Francisco Miles, a shy kindergartner who is in remission from leukemia, got the chance to dress up as “Batkid” today as San Francisco morphed into...

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Cheat Sheet: November 14, 2013

Whitey Bulger gets two life terms plus five years Notorious mob boss James ‘Whitey’ Bulger was sentenced today to two consecutive life sentences plus five years for his conviction in a string of murders, as well as racketeering, extortion, money laundering, obstruction of justice and narcotics distribution, during his reign of terror in the 1970s and ‘80s in Boston. The judge also ordered $19.5 million restitution for Bulger’s victims. Bulger, who refused to look at the victims during a sentencing hearing Wednesday, stared at the judge as she blasted his brutal life of crime, including killings at close range. (Source) Wisconsin shooting suspect arrested The Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin was on lockdown today after wanted felon Ashanti...

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