Reader’s links for Dec. 5 – 2015

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86 Replies to “Reader’s links for Dec. 5 – 2015”

  1. 33 IS-Khorasan militants killed, 4 wounded in Nangarhar (khaama, Dec 5, 2015)
    http://www.khaama.com/nangarhar-police-spokesman-survives-bomb-blast-4383

    “33 militants belonging to the Islamic State (IS) which also goes by its Arabic name Daesh have been killed and four others wounded security operation in eastern Nangarhar province.

    IS-Khorasan suffered the newest casualties in Karkani and Trili areas of the restive Achin District in past 24 hours.

    According to another report, spokesperson of Nangarhar police headquarters survived a bomb blast on way to Achin District this morning.

    Colonel Hazrat Hussain Mashriqiwal was going to participate in the security operation, ongoing against Daesh and Taliban in Achin District from the past seven weeks, when his vehicle ran over a landmine in Shinwar Qala area of Bati Kot District.

    Officials say, everybody in the vehicle survived the blast but the vehicle slightly damaged.
    No group has immediately claimed responsibility for the explosion.

    This comes four days after Nangarhar’s police chief General Fazal Ahmad Shirzad survived a similar attack on his way to Achin District.”

  2. Mark Hyatt starts decorating his yard for Christmas in September. He’s been creating lavish Christmas decorations for two decades now though this is only his fifth time at this house. Hyatt estimates that he has spent about $55,000 on bringing Christmas joy to his Plantation Acres neighborhood through turning his yard into a winter wonderland, complete with snow making machine.

    City sues, but Christmas light show goes on in South Florida

    A South Florida city is suing to shut down a massive annual Christmas display in a South Florida couple’s front yard.

    But with the lawsuit stalled in the legal system, the light show in a Plantation suburb will go on this holiday season.

    The Sun Sentinel reports the city has declared the Kathy and Mark Hyatt‘s display a nuisance since it draws hundreds of people each night. A hearing was postponed during the summer and hasn’t been rescheduled.

    So, for the third year in a row, police will shut down part of the road near the couple’s home, keeping cars away from a road that’s clogged with pedestrians looking at the lights.

    Over the years, the Hyatts have said the display is a matter of property rights.

    http://www.saintpetersblog.com/archives/245904

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