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Wash. read the post and responded:"Dear Berg Brothers: You have captured the real essence of the Palouse Region with these photos Come back next spring when the wheat and barley crops are green and waving in the wind It’s spectacular Thank you for mentioning Diamond Wash We were more than happy to host you for the night in our garage Take care and safe travels"Reach Bonham at (701) 780-1110; (800) 477-6572 ext 110; or send email to [email protected] of the Yobe State Police command have arrested a gang of cattle rustlers who have been terrorizing Yobe Bauchi and Taraba in the northeastern state The Police commissioner Zanna Mohammed Ibrahim disclosing this at a press briefing yesterday in Damaturu where he paraded the suspects stating that the gang of four were arrested at Garaji village of Tarmuwa Local Government Area of Yobe State The Commissioner of police revealed that one Usman Manga reported to Tarmuwa Police Station that one Buba Ahmadu had allegedly stolen his seven cows and ten sheep but that investigation turned out that both Usman and Ahmadu belonged to a gang of inter state cattle rustlers terrorizing Yobe Bauchi and Taraba He said six cows and nineteen sheep were recovered from the suspects adding that the sheep stolen by the suspects was worth N345000 In another development the Yobe State police command has paraded two farmers over the killing of a herdsman at Dapchi Bursari local government area who evaded their farmland with animals Speaking on the incident the Police Commissioner Zanna Ibrahim said during the attack one of the victims was left injured and had been taken to General Sani Abacha Specialist Hospital Damaturu for treatment He explained that the suspect Tijjani Umara trailed his victim and killed him with a dane gun for destroying his crops which include millet and beans He said an unlicensed locally made single barrel gun cutlass and arrow were recovered from the suspects Others suspects were also paraded in connection with luring one Isa Adamu into the bush in Dapchi Bursari local government where they killed him He said the decomposed body of the deceased was found with the two legs his manhood and one eye removed Zanna said the killer Hassan Ibrahim who is at large connived with four others He noted that the police decided to arrest the suspect’s father because he was frustrating police investigation into the case Gay-pride festivities across the country on Sunday are honoring the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall riots the demonstrations that kickstarted the modern-day LGBT movement in 1969 In 1969 a violent confrontation between raiding police and the patrons of the Stonewall Inn bar ignited a number of protests in New York City and helped galvanize the formation of some LGBT activist groups And over four decades later millions across the US will join in pride events In New York City where organizers are live-streaming the day’s events online one of the city’s iconic landmarks the Empire State Building has turned on its rainbow lights to mark the weekend San Francisco Pride which last year drew 18 million people to the weekend-long celebration will celebrate its 44th year with an event honoring former military-intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning who came out as transgender last year as an honorary grand marshal Chicago Pride which also drew more than a million people last year is taking place the same month Illinois’s marriage-equality law went into effect and allowed same-sex couples to officially marry the Chicago Tribune reports This year’s pride events take place in what has been a banner year for transgender visibility in the media Orange Is the New Black actress and TIME cover star Laverne Cox told a crowd at Logo’s Trailblazer Awards this week that it was important to acknowledge and remember the contributions of transgender people like Sylvia Rivera to early activism “Sylvia Rivera a true trailblazer was present at the Stonewall rebellion” Cox said according to People “She as a trans person a street queen a hustler warned us about becoming a movement that was only for white middle-class people And 45 years later the most marginalized of our communities are still struggling” The events also mark roughly a year since the US Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act which prohibited federal recognition of same-sex marriages Seven states have since legalized marriage equality and now a total of 19 states and Washington allow same-sex marriages A federal appeals court ruled last week for the first time that states must allow gay people to marry Similar annual events celebrating the lives of gay lesbian bisexual and transgender people took place internationally on Saturday in countries such as France Spain Mexico and Peru the Associated Press reports Gay Pride Parades From Around the World Revelers celebrate during the "WorldPride" gay pride Parade in Toronto Canada June 29 2014 Mark Blinch—Reuters People march holding a giant rainbow flag during a gay pride parade on Istiklal Street in Istanbul Turkey on June 29 2014 Ozan Kose—AFP/Getty Images A man takes part in the Gay Pride Parade in Medellin Colombia on June 29 2014 Raul Arboleda—AFP/Getty Images A man wearing a rainbow mask is seen during the "WorldPride" gay pride Parade in Toronto Canada June 29 2014 Mark Blinch—Reuters Masked women face each other during a gay pride parade on Istiklal Street in Istanbul Turkey on June 29 2014 Ozan Kose—AFP/Getty Images LeMay left dressed as Lime A Rita and Darcy Drollinger right dressed as Mang O Rita wait by their float for the start of the 44th annual San Francisco Gay Pride parade Sunday June 29 2014 in San Francisco Eric Risberg—AP A person participates in the Gay Pride Parade in San Salvador El Salvador on June 28 2014 Jose Cabezas—AFP/Getty Images A participant takes part in the annual Gay Pride Parade on Christopher Street in New York City June 29 2014 Carlo Allegri—Reuters A participant is reflected in a truck as he takes part in the annual Pride March on Christopher Street in New York City June 29 2014 Carlo Allegri—Reuters A person participates in the Gay Pride Parade in Mexico City on June 28 2014 Alfredo Estrella—AFP/Getty Images Men kiss under a rainbow umbrella during a gay pride parade in Lima Peru Saturday June 28 2014 Sebastian Castaneda—AP 1 of 11 Advertisement Write to Nolan Feeney at [email protected] search Even under normal conditions families can spend several hours each day collecting water Oxfam East Africa Any doubts that Canada is an "outlier" on climate change were dispelled this week say critics after the Conservative government announced it is withdrawing from a UN convention to combat desertification signed by 194 other nations Green Party leader Elizabeth May decried the move as another sign of the Conservative’s indifference to environmental protection Prime Minister Stephen Harper is "making us a rogue nation The North Korea of environmental law" she tweeted Harper says his government is simply being fiscally prudent Only 18% of the roughly CAD$350000 per year that Canada contributed to the UN initiative is "actually spent on programming" he told Parliament this week during question period "The rest goes to various bureaucratic measures … It’s not an effective way to spend taxpayers’ money" The decision to withdraw was made last week—ironically Canada Water Week—at the recommendation of Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird Yesterday Baird told a Parliament Hill scrum "We’re just not interested in continuing to support bureaucracies and talkfests" The formal notice that it was pulling out of the international treaty officially the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and/or Desertification Particularly in Africa was delivered to the United Nations on Monday Canada has previously shied away from the Kyoto Protocol and this decision is another example of UN bashing by the Conservative government since its unsuccessful campaign in 2010 to gain a seat on the UN Security Council Withdrawal from the desertification convention suggests that Harper is still in a fit of pique Noting that Canada was one of the first countries to sign onto the 1994 treaty New Democratic and foreign affairs critic Paul Dewar said its decision to withdraw shows "that they either did not understand this convention or they’re willingly isolating Canada even more" The government said Canada will not attend an international scientific conference on the convention taking place next month in Bonn Germany and Dewar surmised that "maybe they were concerned because we hadn’t been doing enough Maybe they were concerned because they were going to be asked to do more I don’t know … It’s a real head scratcher" Equally puzzling is that the Canadian International Development Agency has announced that its $315000 allocation to the convention will be honored for 2013 Last week the Conservative government unveiled a fiscal plan that merges the agency with the departments of foreign affairs and international trade so that all international activities can be aligned along government "priorities" Maude Barlow head of the advocacy group the Council of Canadians and author of a forthcoming book on drought accused the government of kowtowing to industry "This government is a total enabler of Canadian mining companies destroying local water systems in Latin America and other places" she said in a press release "This is simply the worst signal Canada could make to the global community and it comes at the worst time" Robert Fowler former Canadian ambassador to the United Nations told the Canadian Press that the withdrawal amounts to a "departure from global citizenship" July 22, Paul has the right to intervene if it suspects a threat to the public health, View Sample Sign Up Now Contact us at [email protected] in our view. “This is also an affirmation that no amount of operation cobra jump or operation viper fly can 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