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School staffer accidentally shot during gun safety class

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A public school staffer from Van, Texas (US) was injured when his gun accidentally misfired earlier this week. The man, Glen Geddie, a maintenance worker for the school district, was attending a school sanctioned gun class when the incident occurred. A statement released by school officials indicate the gun misfired, and the bullet ricocheted, striking the individual in the leg. Geddie was released from a local hospital on Thursday morning, according to a hospital spokesperson.

Texas law permits teachers and school staff to carry a concealed handgun on school property if the person is licensed to carry a concealed handgun and if the district’s Superintendent gives permission. The district’s Superintendent told media sources, “We are going to go above and beyond on all-out training.” Reportedly, local police response time for that system’s five school campuses is approximately five minutes. “With this policy we feel we are able to protect our kids and our staff during this critical time,” Dunn also told reporters.

Van is not the only school district in the state to allow teachers and school staff to carry a concealed handgun while on duty. Such actions have been enacted by Westwood Independent School District, Cayuga Independent School District and Union Grove Independent School District. The policy was first initated by a school district located near Wichita Falls, Texas in 2007.



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Austria wins friendly team competition at end of 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships

Austria wins friendly team competition at end of 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships

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The IPC Alpine World Championships wrapped up yesterday in La Molina, Spain with a friendly, non-medal counting team event won by Austria. The winner was tabulated based on the fastest score for a visually impaired skier on the team, a female skier on the team, and a male skier on the team. The Austrian team included Markus Salcher, Roman Rabl, and Claudia Loesch for times counted, with Philipp Bonadimann, Thomas Grochar, and Martin Wuerz also competing. The team event included ten teams representing eight countries, with the United States and Canada having two teams each and 54 skiers competing.

The United States team 1 came in second with Tyler Walker, Mark Bathum, and Alana Nichols times counting, and Heath Calhoun, Ralph Green, and Allison Jones also belonging to the team. Russia came in third with Ivan Frantseva, Alexandr Alyabyev, and Mariya Papulova having their scores counted. Hosts Spain finished last with Jon Santacana, Óscar Espallargas, and Úrsula Pueyo having their times counting, and Gabriel Gorce and Nathalie Carpanedo also members of the Spanish team.

The next major competition ahead of the 2014 Winter Paralympics is the test event in Sochi, Russia in March of this year.

Thomas Grochar on his run
Image: Laura Hale.

Solene Jambaque of France on her run
Image: Laura Hale.

Marie Bochet, five IPC Alpine World Championships gold medal winning skiing, on her run
Image: Laura Hale.

Canadian visually impaired skier Viviane Forest and Chloe and her guide Lauzon-Gauthier on their run
Image: Laura Hale.

Austrian skier Roman Rabl
Image: Laura Hale.

Gabriel Gorce and his guide on their run for Spain
Image: Laura Hale.

Visually impaired Canadian skier Mac Marcoux and guide BJ Marcoux experience problems on their run
Image: Laura Hale.

Stephani Victor skis for Team USA 2
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Martin France skis for Slovakia
Image: Laura Hale.

Jon Santacana and Miguel Galindo ski for Spain
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Braydon Luscombe of Canada
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Allison Jones of the United States for Team USA 1
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Fredric Francois of France
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Pope Benedict XVI leaves the Vatican for final time

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After nearly eight years as the head of the Roman Catholic faith, Pope Benedict XVI has left the Vatican today.



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Kremlin aims to create universal wiki-based history schoolbook

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Top Russian officials, headed by President Vladimir Putin, declared an intention to create a unified school textbook on Russian history, primarily by using Wiki technology, along with other measures on “re-thinking of Russian history” while celebrating 400 years of the House of Romanov. This was announced at a Russian Historical Society (RHS) meeting in Moscow Kremlin, where high-ranked statesmen admitted problems with modern Russian historical education and attempted to find a solution.

As was emphasized by the Chief of Staff of the Presidential Administration of Russia, Sergei Ivanov, the problems with excessive multiplicity of school books on history, which differ in their approach, are so serious that sometimes “children simply don’t understand what it’s all about”. He expressed the will for creation of one unified all-new rethought schoolbook and reminded that President Putin recently expressed the same concern in a speech, saying there is need for a book with verified contents, reviewed by experts and written in clear Russian language.

One of the chairmen of the RHS, Sergey Shakhray, prior to the meeting published an article on the Gazeta.ru news website, where he suggested the new book has to be created by scientific society with the help of mass audience “using Wikipedia technology” under government control. He described a possible three-step process of creating the book and reviewing the text by maximum wide-scale Russian scientific community and volunteer participants.

World War I centenary events were also announced including plans to build Russia’s first World War I memorial. Simultaneously, in Moscow Pushkin Museum an exhibition was opened, entitled “Pushkins, who kept company with Tsars”. The story behind it is about relationships of two ancient Russian families: Romanovs and Pushkins, whose famous representative is Alexander Pushkin, considered the greatest Russian poet of all time so far.

Ivanov also urged RHS to play a major role in 400-year House of Romanov celebration events which are due to continue through the year. The jubilee is set after the 1613 year enthronement of Tsar Mikhail Fyodorovich, who became the first Romanov on the throne, and whose reign ended the so-called Time of Troubles. A re-printed edition of a hand-written XVII century book about Mikhail Fyodorovich’s enthronement was presented at the meeting.

Ivanov said Russians must learn their lessons from that period as some of them are still actual. In his words, people must not let any new “Times of Troubles” appear, as such “times” lead to destruction, and the only way to prevent them is people’s unity.

The RHS was created last year and is supposed to be a successor to the Imperial Russian Historical Society founded in 1866 by prominent scientists, statesmen, and military commanders of that time to preserve and organize historical documents. The society was abandoned with the 1917 Russian revolution with its headquarters being vandalized. In the course of year 2012 it was re-established as a scientific and social organization. Its head became Sergey Naryshkin, the speaker of the State Duma, the lower house of the national parliament. Co-founders were the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow State University, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Kremlin Museum, Imperial Orthodox Palestinian Society, and other bodies.

The Romanovs were enthroned after the Assembly of the Land of Moscow Tsardom gathered in 1613. The Assembly started on January 16 in Dormition Cathedral of Moscow Kremlin, where the land’s nobles gathered to try to solve problmes of the Times of Troubles. On February 21 (Julian; March 3 in Gregorian) the Assembly elected Mikhail Fedorovich Romanov as new Tsar, founding the new royal dynasty. Russia vastly expanded during his governance, attaching territories up to Pacific Ocean shores. Later, with Peter the Great, Russia became the Empire, but in the early twentieth century with the 1917 revolution the monarchy was overturned and Emperor Nicholas II killed. The USSR emerged instead and survived two world wars until it was disassembled in 1991. The modern Russian Federation and several post-Soviet states were created instead. Now there are some Russian and foreign political forces supporting restoration of the Empire; the only legal political body promoting this idea in Russia is the Monarchist Party of the Russian Federation. It is registered and operates in Yekaterinburg city, where Nicholas II with his family were killed by bolsheviks in 1918. The city has a number of memorials dedicated to these events, and is one of the main locations to hold 400-year jubilee ceremonies, which are to be substantially supported by the Russian Orthodox Church.



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British Explorer Ranulph Fiennes leaves Antarctic expedition after frostbite

British explorer Ranulph Fiennes leaves Antarctic expedition after frostbite

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After suffering severe frostbite the British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes has decided to pull out from The Coldest Journey expedition across Antarctica. The 68-year-old was frostbitten whilst training at a base camp in Antarctica. He fell over and fixed a ski with his bare hands in roughly -30C temperatures.

He is now on his way to Cape Town after several days of blizzard conditions halted his evacuation. Despite his withdrawal, the expedition is to continue without him and his fellow team members are to trek the 2,000 miles (3,219km) across Antarctica from Novolazarevskaya Station (Novo) to the Ross Sea starting on March 21, at the autumnal equinox and approaching winter, taking six months. A team successfully travelled approximately 70km to transport him by snowmobile to the Princess Elisabeth Station. He is now to be flown on to Novo for a flight to Cape Town.

Organisers of The Coldest Journey expedition said in a statement, “The condition is such that he has very reluctantly decided with the support of the team doctor and in the interests of the success of the expedition and its associated aims, to withdraw from Antarctica while the possibility to do so still exists, before the onset of the Antarctic winter”.

Expedition organiser Tony Medniuk told the BBC, “After five years of preparation, a small slip like this and a few moments can undermine the most meticulous preparation”. Ian Prickett, a member of the team, said on Twitter “Sir Ran is leaving but we will carry on.”

The team hopes to raise US$10 million (£6.2 million) for avoidable-blindness charity Seeing is Believing. This is to be the first time any human has walked across Antarctica during winter and the expedition team are bracing themselves for cold around -90C and near-permanent darkness.

Fiennes also suffered from frostbite whilst on an expedition to the North Pole in 2000 and, as a result, lost the tips of the fingers on his left hand.

Guinness World Records has called Sir Ranulph “the world’s greatest living explorer”. In the past he became the first person to reach both the North and South Pole by surface as well as the oldest Briton, at age 65, to reach the summit of Mount Everest in 2009. Another British explorer, Captain Scott, died a century ago on his Antarctic expedition after being caught out by the beginning of winter.



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Austria wins friendly team competition at the end of the IPC Alpine World Championships

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The IPC Alpine World Championships wrapped up yesterday in La Molina, Spain with a friendly, non-medal counting team event won by Austria. The winner was tabulated based on the fastest score for a visually impaired skier on the team, a female skier on the team and a male skier on the team. The Austrian team included Markus Salchet, Roman Rabl and Claudia Loesch for times counted, with Philipp Bonadimann, Thomas Grochar and Martin Wuerz also competing. The team event included ten teams representing eight countries, with the United States and Canada having two teams each and 54 skiers competing.

The United States team 1 came in second with Tayler Walker, Markus Bathum and Alana Nichols times counting, and Heath Calhoun, Ralph Green and Allison Jones also belonging to the team. Russia came in second with Ivan Frantseva, Alexandr Alyabyev and Mariya Papulova having their scores counted. Hosts Spain finished last with Jon Santacana, Óscar Espallargas and Úrsula Pueyo having their times counting, and Gabriel Gorce and Nathalie Carpanedo also members of the Spanish team.

The next major competition ahead of the 2014 Winter Paralympics is the test event in Sochi, Russia in March of this year.

Thomas Grochar on his run
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Solene Jambaque of France on her run
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Marie Bochet, five IPC Alpine World Championships gold medal winning skiing, on her run
Image: Laura Hale.

Canadian visually impaired skier Viviane Forest and Chloe and her guide Lauzon-Gauthier on their run
Image: Laura Hale.

Austrian skier Roman Rabl
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Gabriel Gorce and his guide on their run for Spain
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Visually impaired Canadian skier Mac Marcoux and guide BJ Marcoux experience problems on their run
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Stephani Victor skis for Team USA 2
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Martin France skis for Slovakia
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Jon Santacana and Miguel Galindo ski for Spain
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Braydon Luscombe of Canada
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Allison Jones of the United States for Team USA 1
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Fredric Francois of France
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British Explorer Ranulph Fiennes pulls out from Antartic expedition after suffering frostbite

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A file photo of Ranulph Fiennes.
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After suffering severe frostbite the British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes has decided to pull out from The Coldest Journey expedition across the Antarctica. The 68-year-old contracted frostbite after becoming injured whilst training at a base camp in Antarctica. He fell over and had to use his bare hands to fix a ski in temperatures of -30C.

He is now on his way to Cape Town after several days of poor blizzard conditions halted his evacuation. Despite his withdrawal, the expedition is to continue without him and his fellow team members are to trek the 2,000 miles (3,219km) across Antarctica from Novolazarevskaya Station to the Ross Sea on March 21, the winter solstice and the first day of winter, taking six months. The team successfully travelled approximately 70km to transport him by snowmobile to the Princess Elisabeth Station. He is now to be flown on to Novo for a flight to Cape Town.

Organisers of The Coldest Journey expedition said in a statement, “The condition is such that he has very reluctantly decided with the support of the team doctor and in the interests of the success of the expedition and its associated aims, to withdraw from Antarctica while the possibility to do so still exists, before the onset of the Antarctic winter”.

Tony Medniuk, an organiser from the expedition, told the BBC, “After five years of preparation, a small slip like this and a few moments can undermine the most meticulous preparation”. Ian Prickett, a member of the team, said on Twitter “Sir Ran is leaving but we will carry on.”.

The team is hoping to raise $US 10 million for Seeing is Believing, a charity which aims to tackle avoidable blindness. No human being has ever walked across Antarctica during the winter and the expedition team are bracing themselves for near permanent darkness and piercing temperatures of -90C.

Fiennes also suffered from frostbite whilst on an expedition to the North Pole in 2000 and, as a result, had to amputate the fingers on his left hand.

Sir Ranulph has been described by Guinness World Records as the world’s greatest living explorer. In the past he became the first person to reach both the North and South Pole by surface as well as the oldest Briton to reach the summit of Mount Everest in 2009 at the age of 65. Another British explorer, Captain Scott, died one hundred years ago on his expedition after being caught out by the start of the southern winter solstice.



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February 27, 2013

Bombing in India leaves 16 dead, 100 injured

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Last Thursday two bomb blasts exploded in the Dilsukhnagar area of the Indian city of Hyderabad killing 16 people and injuring 100 more. The two blasts exploded minutes apart from each other in the city. The first blast occured outside the Anand Tiffin Store restauraunt, opposite to the Konark Cinema at approximately 7:00pm (local time). The second exploded minutes later, and occured between the Venkatadri Theatre and Dilsukhnagar Bus Stand.

A police corden at the ground zero of the bomb attack in the Dilsukhnagar area of Hyderabad, India.
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Damage from the blast can be seen here as well as the Anand Tiffin Centre where Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visited yesterday.
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A destroyed bus shelter where the first of two blasts exploded in the city.
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A corden around the site of the second blast.
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Security is tight in Hyderabad after the twin-bomb blast which killed 16 people.
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The ground zero of the site of the first blast.
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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh makes visit to Hyderabad blast site

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The ground zero of the serial blasts in the Dilsukhnagar area of the Indian metro of Hyderabad
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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh made a visit to the Dilsukhnagar area of the city of Hyderabad on Sunday. His visit comes three days after two bomb blasts killed 16 people and left over 100 injured.

Manmohan Singh visited the injured at two hospitals in the city, Yashoda hospital and Omni hospital. He met the victims and pledged that everything possible was being done by the government to help them. He said, “I am here to stand in solidarity with the people of the city. We should maintain peace and calm”.

The security was tight for Manmohan Singh’s visit as he avoided travelling by road. The Prime Minister arrived at Begumpet Airport after travelling on to Victoria Memorial School by helicopter and then being driven on to the first blast site.

The two blasts exploded minutes apart from each other in the city on Thursday. The capital city, Delhi has been put on high alert after the incident with extra security being deployed around the India Gate and areas where lots of people gather. The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy stated that 3500 closed-circuit television cameras would be installed across Hyderabad for better surveillance and security.



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February 26, 2013

France finishes 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships on top of medal ladder

France finishes 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships on top of medal ladder

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On the final day of individual competition at the 2013 IPC Alpine World Championships in La Molina, Spain, concluded today with the Giant Slalom, France pulled ahead of Austria to sit atop of the medal ladder with seven gold medals, two silver medals, and three bronze medals to Austria’s seven gold medals, one silver medal, and three bronze medals. Canada earned the most overall medals at the World Championships with fourteen total medals, two more than France.

France’s medals today included a gold by Marie Bochet in the women’s standing event. Bochet captured all five individual gold medals available in her group at these World Championships. Vincent Gauthier-Manuel also earned a gold for France, in the men’s standing group.

Claudia Loesch earned a gold for Austria in the women’s sitting group. It was Austria’s only medal on the day.

Canada’s medals today included a silver by Viviane Forest and her guide Chloe Lauzon-Gauthier in the women’s visually impaired group, a silver by Mac Marcoux and his guide BJ Marcoux in the men’s visually impaired, a bronze by Chris Williamson and his guide in the same group, a bronze by Kimberly Joines in the women’s sitting group, and a bronze by Alexandra Starker in the women’s standing group.

Spain, who had not earned a medal since the second day of competition, increased their medal count by one when Jon Santacana and his guide Miguel Galindo Garcés earned their third gold of the competition after two competitions in a row where they earned Did Not Finishes (DNF) during their second runs.

The final day of skiing saw 117 skiers start, with only 72 getting ranked at the end. 28 skiers earned DNFs during the first run, and nine earned DNFs during their second runs. Five did not start the first run, and one did not start their second run. Two skiers were disqualified in their second runs.

Rank Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Flag of France.png FRA 7 2 3 12
2 Flag of Austria.png AUT 7 1 3 11
3 Flag of Russia.png RUS 4 4 3 11
4 Flag of Japan (geometric).png JPN 3 3 1 7
5 Flag of Spain.svg ESP 3 0 0 3
6 Flag of Germany.svg GER 2 7 2 11
7 Flag of Slovakia.png SVK 2 2 1 5
8 Flag of Canada.png CAN 1 5 8 14
9 Flag of the United States.png USA 1 1 1 3
10 Flag of Switzerland.svg SUI 0 2 4 6
11 Flag of Great Britain with border.png GBR 0 2 3 5
12 Flag of Italy.png ITA 0 1 0 1
13 Flag of New Zealand.png NZL 0 0 1 1

Viviane Forest and Chloe Lauzon-Gauthier of Canada hug following their silver medal run in the Giant Slalom
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Alexandra Frantseva and Pavel Zabotini of Russia hug following their gold medal run in the women’s visually impaired Giant Slalom
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Kelly Gallagher and Charlotte Evans of Great Britain make their way down the course in their second run of their bronze medal winning performance in the Giant Slalom
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Jon Santacana and Miguel Galindo Garcés embrace Chris Williamson and his guide Robin Femy following Santacana’s gold medal winning run
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Santacana and Galindo at the end of their second run in the Giant Slalom
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Marie Bochet of France gets a hug following earning her fifth medal of the competition
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Marie Bochet after crossing the finish line
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Marie Bochet and German silver medalist Andrea Rothfuss embrace
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