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Seven killed in Arizona tourist bush crash
Quite a few readers noticed this one. We corrected: GBU Editor
Officials work the scene at tour bus accident that left seven Chinese tourists dead on US-93 near Dolan Springs, Arizona January 30, 2009. REUTERS/Richard Brian/Henderson Home News
However, this weekend a photograph that appeared in The Vancouver Sun touched me in a way that lingers even now. I am referring to the photograph capturing the incalculable grief of a father on the heels of the knife attack at a daycare in Belgium. Rarely have I seen a photo that so deeply and poignantly captures the horror, bewilderment, confusion and grief on the heels of a human tragedy.
Fire forces evacuation of 11,000 homes in Colorado
BOULDER, Colo. (Reuters) – Three windblown wildfires have destroyed at least two structures, jumped a major road and forced the evacuation of 11,000 homes outside Boulder, Colorado, fire authorities said on Wednesday.
Your story contains a major error: 11,000 homes WERE NOT evacuated. That is the number of homes that were alerted to the fire through the reverse-911 system.
Three years after Katrina, Gulf ports at risk
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As the road winds through marshes and skirts bayous, dry land grows sparser by the mile.
Titanic successfully completed it’s maiden Voyage from England to New York. It sank on the return trip.
A Kosovo Albanian man in the Kosovo town of Stimlje, south of the capital Pristina, tries to rescue his horse after it veered off the road and fell into a river March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Hazir Reka
The picture of the horse that the Kosovo Albanian man was trying to rescue from the river in the town Stimlje – Did the horse make it? It would have been nice to know.