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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - March 21, 2015, Cumberland, Maryland 2a saturday March 21, 2015page two suicide bombers attack Yemen mosques Ahmed Al Haj sex Ian n press pc Ruer More than 130 killed 350 Hurt in twin attacks Aden Yemen a quadruple suicide bombers on Friday hit a pair of mosques controlled by shiite rebels in the yemeni capital Sanaa unleashing blasts through crowds of worshippers that killed at least 137 people and wounded around 350 others in the deadliest violence to hit the fragile War torn nation in decades. A group claiming to be a yemeni Branch of the islamic state group said it carried out the bombings and warned of an a upcoming flood of attacks against the rebels known As Louthis who have taken Over the capital and much of Yemen. The claim posted online could not immediately be independently confirmed and offered no proof of an islamic state role. If True Friday s bombing would be the first major attack by is supporters in Yemen and an ominous sign that the influence of the group that holds much of Iraq and Syria has spread to this chaotic nation. The claim was posted on the same web bulletin Board where the islamic state affiliate in Libya claimed responsibility for wednesdays deadly attack on a museum in Tunisia. A significant presence of islamic state group supporters would add an alarming new element to the turmoil in this fragmenting nation. Yemen is already Home to the most powerful Branch of the Al Aida network a which is a rival of is. On Friday Al Aida militants seized control of a Southern provincial capital Al Houta in the most dramatic grab of territory by the group in years. Associated press shiite rebels stand near a car damaged in an attack on a mosque in Sanaa Yemen on Friday one of two houses of worship attacked by suicide bombers. More than 137 people were killed and about 350 injured. Emails . Health Agency resisted declaring ebola emergency on economic political grounds Maria Cheng Raphael Satter a staid pro its no Derx Geneva a by Early june of last year. The ebola epidemic in West Africa was the deadliest Ever recorded. There weren t enough Beds for patients and Many were refusing to seek treatment driving the outbreak underground. Senior staffers in Africa at the world health organization raised the Prospect of declaring an International emergency. The answer from who s Geneva Headquarters wait. According to internal emails and documents obtained by the associated press the . Health Agency resisted sounding the International alarm until August a two month delay that some argue May have Cost lives More than 10.000 Are believed to have been killed by the virus since who announced the outbreak a year ago. Who has acknowledged acting too slowly to control the ebola epidemic. In its defense the Agency says the virus spread was unprecedented and blames factors including Lack of resources and intelligence from the Field. Internal documents obtained by a however show who Stop leaders were informed of How dire the situation was. But they held off on declaring an emergency in part because it could have angered the countries involved interfered with their mining interests or restricted the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca in october. Declaring an emergency was a a last resort a or. Sylvie Biland who runs who a pandemic and epidemic diseases department said in a june 5 email to a colleague who floated the idea. A it May be More efficient to use other diplomatic Means for in this file photo Nowa Paye 9, is taken to an ambulance after infection in the Village of Freeman Reserve Liberia. Associated press showing signs of ebola world Powers Iran face make or break nuke talks next week russian official says Deal close George Jahn Bradley Klapper Lai Sanne. Switzerland a the ignited states and Iran broke off nuclear negotiations ahead of schedule Friday setting up make or break talks next week for a Deal providing Long term Assurance to the world that the iranians cannot develop nuclear weapons. The sides were close to an agreement a top russian official said. The session in the Swiss City of Lausanne was interrupted on its sixth Day so members of the iranian delegation could attend the funeral of their presidents Mother. Those departing included foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. The main negotiating part Ner of . Secretary of state John Kerry and hos Sein Fereydoon a brother of iranian president Bassan Rouhani. Diplomats did t Promise a breakthrough this week but strove to make As much Progress As possible with a March 31 deadline for a framework Accord looming. Top russian negotiator Sergey Ryabkova told the associated press that while some disputes remain the ., Iran and five other world Powers negotiating the Deal Are expected to a finish their main work before the talks resume next week. He spoke shortly before Kerry a last meeting with Zarif on Friday this week s discussions had been tentatively extended to go into saturday. Boe liner off to Israel Netanyahu s ties with Obama at new Low Deb Riechmann Egton a House John Boehner is 0 Israel As already relations Between ? House and newly 1 israeli prime Benjamin in hit a new Lowie surface the an Leader s Ament Friday that Israel looks like a White House congressional aide that Boehnert trip a1 recess that developed Over Netanyahu s address to Congress and the prime ministers remarks this week about the peace process. The aide spoke on condition of anonymity because he Wasny to authorized to publicly disclose details of the trip. President Barack Obama bristled when Boehner invited Netanyahu to address i s. Lawmakers earlier this month about his fears that an emerging nuclear agreement w Ould pave Iran s path John Boehner to nuclear weapons. Bela Bons took another hit we monday when we Netanyahu m hard line statement against the establishment of a palestinian state. Speaking on the eve of lbs re election Netanyahu said there could be no palestinian state while regional violence and chaos persist a Condi hons that could Rule out Progress on the Issue for Many years. That ruffled the Obama admits radon. Which views a two state Salubon As a top foreign policy priority and had dispatched Secretary of state John Kerry for months of shuttle diplomacy in an Effort to reach an israeli palestinian peace agreement that never materialized. On thursday Netanyahu seemed to Baci track saving in a to interview that he remains committed to palestinian statehood a if conditions in the Region improve. Rocking . Tightens Hiles for chemical disclosure Washington apr the Obama administration said Friday it is requiring companies that Drill for Oil and natural Gas on Federal lands to disclose chemicals used in Hydraulic fracturing the first major Federal regulation of the controversial drilling technique that has sparked an ongoing Boom in natural Gas production but raised widespread concerns about possible groundwater contamination. A Nile to take effect in june also updates requirements for Well construction and disposal of water and other fluids used in tracking As the drilling method is More commonly known. The Rule has been under consideration for More than Industry fears regulation will hamper drilling Boom Date Book three years drawing criticism from the Oil and Gas Industry and environmental groups alike. The Industry fears Federal regulation could duplicate efforts by states and hinder the drilling Boom we Hile some environmental groups worry that lenient rules could allow unsafe drilling techniques to pollute groundwater. Reaction to the Rule Wras immediate. An Industry group announced it was filing a lawsuit to Block the regu Laion and the Republican chairman of the Senate environment and Public works difficulty 4 of i today is the 80th Day of 2015. There Are 285 Days left in the year. On this Date in 1685, composer Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach Germany. In 1925, Tennessee gov Austin Peay signed the Butler act which prohibited the teaching of the theory of evolution in Public schools. Tennessee repealed the Law in 1967. In 1935, Persia officially changed its name to Iran. In 1945, during world War la Allied bombers began four Days of raids Over Germany. In 1952, the Moo dog Coronation Ball considered the first Rock and Roll concert took place at Cleveland Arena. In 1965, civil rights demonstrators de by the Rev. Martin Luther King or began their third successful March from Selma to Montgomery Alabama. Masa launched Ranger 9. The last of the Ranger series of spacecraft sent to explore the Moon in 1963, the Alcatraz Federal prison Island in san Francisco Bay was emptied of its last inmates and closed at the order of attorney general Robert f Kennedy today a birthdays actress Kathleen Widdoes is 76. Actor Timothy Dalton is 69 Singer Eddie Money is 66 comedy water performer Brad Hall is 57 actress Sabrina Lebeauf is 57 actor Gary Oldman is 57 actor Matthew Broderick is 53. Comedian talk show Host Rosie 0 Donnell is 53 hop do Premier gang Starr is 46 actress Laura Allen is 41 actor Forrest Wheeler tsi a fresh off the boat a is 11. Associated i Ress 7 i a 1 6 4 8 2 7 5 2 1 7 9 3 a 2 i 3 9 5 a. 5 8 6 4 i 5 i 2 of i a he i a 8 committee announced legislation to keep tracking regu lations under state management. The final Rule hews closely to a draft that has lingered since the Obama administration proposed it in May 2013. The Rule relies on an online database used by at least 16 states to track the chemicals used in tracking operations. The website , Wras formed by Industry and intergovernmental groups in 2011 and allows users to gather Well specific data on tens of thousands of drilling Sites across the country. Us do Kun 32015 of six Dis 5 8 4 1 3 7 2 6 9 i 3 6 9 4 8 2 1 7 5 i 7 i 2 9 6 5 3 8 4 i 4 5 3 2 9 6 8 i 7 9 7 i 3 5 8 4 2 6 8 2 6 7 4 1 5 9 3 113 7 6 2 4 9 5 8 12 4 5 8 7 i 9 6 3 1 i 6 9 8 5 1 3 7 4 Ali j lotteries. Maryland night pick three 1-5-0 night pick four 4-7-7-4 Bonus match 5 1 -6-18-21 -28 Bonus Ball 38 Day pick three 4-6-5 Day pick four 0-5-8-9 Mega millions 7-50-54-61-75 Mega Ball 7 Mega plier 4 thursday Multi match 15-21-26-30-33-35 Fri asks for patience in hanging death of Black Man 30 Federal state local agents working Case John Clark Jeff Amy associated press writers port Gibson miss. A an Fri agent appealed for patience Friday after a Black Man was found hanging from a tree in Mississippi saying 30 Federal state and local agents were working intensively to determine whether he was killed or committed suicide. A everybody wants answers and wants them quickly. We understand that a Fri special agent Don alway told a crowd outside the Claiborne county courthouse. A we Are going to hold off on coming to any conclusions until the facts take us to a definitive the county Coroner confirmed that the Man found hanging from a White Sheet thursday was Otis Bvrd an sex convict reported missing by his family More than two weeks ago. Byrd lived just 200 Yards from the spot where his body was found in a wooded area off a dirt Road that ran behind his House. Alway said investigators Are interviewing Byrd s family and friends and searching his rental Home and a storage unit for clues and will not reveal any evidence along the Way. A we Are trying to paint a picture of Byrds life. We Are Hying to find out what was going on with him personally and proles signal la a he said. How to play each Row column and set of 3-by-3 boxes must contain the numbers 1 through 9 without repetition. Previous solution pick 3 pick 4 Cash five always double Check numbers through the state lottery or its lottery retailers. We want to bring you the news each and every Day. 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