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Salem-News.com (Sep-30-2014 22:32)

Shell-Shocked Syrian Town Freed After Savage Massacre

291 Days of ‘Islamic Justice’

(Adra al-Omal, DAMASCUS, Syria) - Adra freed Last week’s battle for Adra al-Omalia was a significant turning point. The town is now liberated but the story of what took place here over the past 291 days is presently emerging, and it is a horrifying one.

With a pre-massacre population of over 100,000, Adra housed 600 manufacturing plants and grain silos. It was a key area. The occupation of Adra al-Omalia lasted nearly ten months, commencing in December 11, 2013. Many apartments in the area were quickly burned or gutted with grenades or other explosive devices. What quickly took place was a massacre, and many eyewitness accounts of the events are now surfacing.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-25-2014 13:12)

Street Scenes from a Damascus Neighborhood

Da’ish (IS), FSA and al Nusra Compete for Dwindling Support...

(Barzeh neighborhood, Damascus) - Syria map Changes are underway in Damascus’s suburban neighborhoods. In some of these neighborhoods there are few families’ left—only fighters. But in others, residents are trickling back in (or in some cases never even left) despite the danger.

Here in these areas, those who have chosen the armed opposition route fall are grouped roughly in the following percentiles: 70% FSA, 25% Al Nusra, and, as of now, relatively few, Da’ish (IS).

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Salem-News.com (Aug-11-2014 12:45)

Two Lightning Fires Strike Overnight, NWS Issues Red Flag Warning

The National Weather Service has issued several Red Flag Warnings throughout Oregon Monday night for possible abundant lightning strikes.

(LEBANON, Ore. ) - Lightning Fires Oregon The Lebanon Fire Department responded to a lightning caused grass fire at 9:18 p.m. Sunday night at 32843 Sand Ridge Road.

While on the way to the fire, one of the engines discovered a newly ignited fire at 36159 Airport Road in Lebanon.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-06-2014 16:47)

Lebanon Woman Severely Burned Trying to Move Burning Pot from Stove

The Lebanon Fire Department would like to remind everyone that a pot burning on the stove should never be picked up.

(LEBANON, Ore. ) - REACH helicopter A 65-year-old woman from Lebanon was flown by a REACH helicopter to a Portland Hospital with severe burns after she fell asleep while a pan was still on the stove.

Lebanon Fire Department was called to the home in the 600 block of Tangent Street around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday night. When they arrived they found the home full of smoke and the victim laying on the floor near the front door.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-18-2014 13:12)

Lebanon, Ore. Man Accused of Beating Friends Toddler

In addition to the broken collar bone, doctors said the child had over 30 bruises on his body.

(LEBANON, Ore. ) - Police Car Night A Lebanon, Oregon man has been arrested and charged with repeatedly beating a seventeen month old boy while staying at a friends home earlier this month.

Lebanon police say on July 14, they were contacted by Lebanon Community Hospital regarding a young male child who was brought to the hospital with multiple bruises on his body and a broken collar bone.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-11-2014 09:00)

Netanyahu Won`t Cave to World Pressure; Will Continue Military Offensive

Hamas says it intends to fire rockets at the airport and warned foreign airlines to stop flying to Israel.

(TEL AVIV, Israel) - Benjamin Netanyahu Israel's prime minister says he will not cave in to international pressure to stop a military offensive in the Gaza Strip.

Benjamin Netanyahu told a news conference Friday that Israel will continue its offensive until rocket fire out of Gaza is halted. Netanyahu said Israel has attacked more than 1,000 targets in Gaza during the four-day operation.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-07-2014 14:53)

EU Sanctions Target Humanitarian Aid

Hindering Restoration of Global Heritage in Syria...

(DAMASCUS, Syria) - Dr. Kinda al-Shammat Today, a civilization that used to lead the world and for centuries was the beacon of learning, tolerance and trade, and that still protects our global cultural heritage, is damaged—and only the Syrian people can rebuild it for all of us. We need to help them.

Last month, half-heartedly and without unanimity among its 28 member states, the European Union levied yet more sanctions on Syrian officials.

Passed under pressure from the usual suspects (the US, France, Britain, and the international Zionist lobby), the EU measure targets 12 government ministers, none of whom wields or holds police authority of any type.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-07-2014 13:07)

Police Searching Mid-Valley for 71-Year-Old Man

He may have with him a heavy green coat, a lighter two-tone light coat, and an orange sleeping bag.

(LEBANON, Ore. ) - Police in Lebanon are asking for the public's help in locating a 71-year-old man who was last seen on Thursday.

Police are looking for 71-year-old Jim Dietrich, of Lebanon, who was reported missing by his wife who last saw him Thursday morning at their home.

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Salem-News.com (May-31-2014 08:31)

Syrians Working to Preserve Jewish Cultural Heritage

A volunteer with the Sabra-Shatila Scholarship Program, Franklin Lamb is in Syria doing research.

(Jewish Quarter, DAMASCUS) - Jobar Synagogue It’s always encouraging when one comes upon some inspiring human enterprise, here in Syria or elsewhere, that refutes the worn shibboleths and clichés about how this or that group, or this or that religion, hates others and won’t cease targeting them until they are destroyed and burning in Hell.

In Syria today there is much evidence to refute the claims, often politically motivated, that Jewish cultural heritage sites are being singled out for destruction by rabid anti-Semites.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-08-2014 20:53)

Pacific Power Crews Set to Work Through Night to Restore Power to mid-Willamette Valley Area

Pacific Power crews set to work through night to restore power to mid-Willamette Valley area; Lebanon area hardest hit by serious combination of snow, ice and wind.

(ALBANY) - Power pole Pacific Power crews are entering their second night of battling the elements to restore electrical service to customers in the mid-Willamette Valley.

More than 7,000 customers are without power in the area due to outages caused by snow and ice covered trees dropping on power lines.

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