American Red Cross after Fire in Johnston

JOHNSTON, RI ) – The American Red Cross is helping one family – four adults – three children after a fire Friday on Greenville Avenue, Johnston. The Red Cross provided assistance to meet the family's immediate needs. Responders included: Robert Partington and Jamie Lynch Jr. The Red Cross is also providing comfort kits containing personal care items such as toothbrushes, deodorant; shaving supplies and other items a resident might need when suddenly displaced from their home by a ;In addition, a recovery envelope containing information helpful to families recovering from a fire, including tips on cleanup; notification of important contacts; dealing with damaged items and more was ; Those affected will connect with Red Cross caseworkers…
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IPCC Warns Climate Change Will Damage Food Production in South America

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned of the likely decline in the food production in South America due to climate change, and said other risks such as increased droughts and floods. Thus concludes the report presented in Yokohama (Tokyo) and produced by about 500 scientific experts and political representatives, which examines current knowledge about climate change and the impact of this process on man and nature in different regions of the world. It is "one of the more extensive scientific history reports" which includes "strong evidence from all disciplines", he said to present the document at a…
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Ex-Guerrilla Wins Salvadorian Presidential Elections

The Salvadoran Supreme Electoral Court confirmed that Salvador Sanchez Ceren, candidate for the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), won the presidential elections last Sunday in the Central American country. The former guerrilla achieved of the vote (1,495,815), while rival Nationalist Republican Alliance (ARENA), Norman Quijano, won (1,489,451). The difference was only points. With 10,445 votes counted, the difference between the two candidates was less than 7,000 votes . The Salvadoran court officially declared president-elect Sanchez Ceren, the current vice president of the country, because it must first resolve appeals against the election process, including one puit forth by ARENA…
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