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Illinois Gymnastics Club of Olney are STATE CHAMPIONS Seventh Year in a Row  Galva News

The Illinois Gymnastics Club of Olney competed at Southern Illinois USTA Tumbling and Trampoline State Competition at Springfield, IL on April 27 & 28.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Twitter Search / NYDailyNews: David Lopez, 17, pleaded not guilty to the April slaying in Midwood. The teen stab victim staggered to a restaurant across the street as blood spurted from a severed artery. He was rushed to a hospital where he later died. https://trib.al/BHUqkLR

David Lopez, 17, pleaded not guilty to the April slaying in Midwood. The teen stab victim staggered to a restaurant across the street as blood spurted from a severed artery. He was rushed to a hospital where he later died. https://trib.al/BHUqkLR 

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A man in his 20s fought for his life Friday after a produce truck jumped a sidewalk in Brooklyn Friday, striking another pedestrian and taking out a glass restaurant facade before slamming into an elevated train column, cops said. The driver, an unidentified 63 year-old man, may have tried to flee the scene, police sources said. Just after 4 p.m., the refrigerated box truck mounted the sidewalk at 86th St. and Bay 34th St in Gravesend just after 4 p.m., plowing into the man and smashing the glass facade of a Malaysian restaurant, cops said. The panicked driver put the truck in reverse and t…

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A man in his 20s fought for his life Friday after a produce truck jumped a sidewalk in Brooklyn Friday, striking another pedestrian and taking out a glass restaurant facade before slamming into an elevated train column, cops said. The driver, an unidentified 63 year-old man, may have tried to flee the scene, police sources said. Just after 4 p.m., the refrigerated box truck mounted the sidewalk at 86th St. and Bay 34th St in Gravesend just after 4 p.m., plowing into the man and smashing the glass facade of a Malaysian restaurant, cops said. The panicked driver put the truck in reverse and t…

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Psych rock icon and 13th Floor Elevators frontman Roky Erickson sadly passed away at the age of 71 on Friday (5/31), and his fellow artists have taken to social media to pay tribute to the hugely influential musician.

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The Global Security News: Counterintelligence from Michael_Novakhov (51 sites): Eurasia Review: Moscow’s Hand In Libya – Analysis

By Carl Lampe *

(FPRI) — Khalifa Haftar, the leader of the Libyan National Army (LNA), has charged Tripoli to topple Fayez al-Sarraj, the Prime Minister of the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA). Since early April 2019, fighting has killed more than 300, wounded 1,600, and displaced approximately 40,000 Libyans. Now Libya is back in U.S. headlines; the last time it was this prominent was when the 2011 Arab Spring sparked a U.S.-sponsored NATO intervention that helped bring down the Libyan regime of Muammar Gaddafi. Afterward, in 2012, members of Ansar al-Sharia attacked a U.S. government compound in Benghazi, Libya, and killed John Christopher Stevens, the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, and three other Americans. Currently, the culmination of eight years of instability and unrest has the world watching regime change unfold in Libya for the second time in a decade. Russia saw the collapse of Gaddafi’s regime in 2011 as a blow to its political and economic interests. Today, the Kremlin will look to capitalize on the instability in Libya to strengthen its image as a power broker in the Middle East and North Africa, and to benefit economically from oil and government contracts.

In 2011, the U.S. assumed an integral
role in the NATO-led intervention to oust Gaddafi, which prevented mass
civilian murder but helped spiral the country into chaos. Russia could
have vetoed the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which NATO used to justify its intervention, but chose not to. For years, the U.S. has officially recognized the GNA as Libya’s official governing body. However, President Trump’s April 15th phone call
to Haftar signals the White House’s public shift to expressing support
for the LNA. Understanding the true dynamics of the playing field in
Libya is difficult since it is rarely obvious who each country supports
at any given time. Nevertheless, Russia has an interest in ensuring an
agreeable end-state for itself.

Russia remains invested in Libya’s
future because it views Libya as instrumental in supporting Russian
interests. These interests primarily include the economic benefits of
the so-called “guns for oil” trade, government contracts, bargaining
power against the EU, deep-sea port access on the Mediterranean,
extinguishing extremist Islamic threats abroad rather than inside its
borders, and the optics of Soviet-era influence
in the Middle East and Africa. Russian government officials have met
with various Libyan contacts to ensure that whoever controls the country
will support Russia’s goals. 

Despite being members of the UN Security
Council, which backs Sarraj, Russia and the U.S. have been friendly
toward the authoritarian leader Khalifa Haftar. But Russia has been
careful not to overcommit. According to Vasily Nebenyza, Russia’s
Permanent Representative to the UN, the Kremlin has avoided picking
winners and losers. Instead, Russia has presented itself as calling for
peace and stability in Libya. Haftar has travelled to Moscow more than three
times since 2016 for meetings predominantly with Russia’s Defense
Minister Sergei Shoigu and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. The General
was also aboard Russia’s Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft
carrier in the Mediterranean in 2017, where he spoke with Sergei Shoigu
via video conference. The Kremlin has not fully endorsed Haftar
publicly, despite providing material support for his coup. In March
2019, U.S. General Waldhauser stated
to the House Committee on Armed Services that “behind the scenes there
is no doubt about the fact they’ve [the Russians] supported the LNA with
all kinds of equipment, people, training and the like. And they’ve
supported Haftar.” Russia has not only reportedly strengthened Haftar’s
military with training but also printed Libyan dinars
to finance his cause. And Russia is forging ties with Egypt, which
shares an interest in Haftar for a different reason: he may be a
solution to Egypt’s western border security problem. Ultimately, the Kremlin cares about Haftar as long he supports Russian interests.

The stakes are high for Russia. It lost billions
when NATO overran Gaddafi’s regime in 2011, and now it wants its money
back. Semyon Bagdasarov, a representative in Russia’s State Duma,
explained in an interview with Pravda
that Haftar gives Russia the potential to recover, and even triple, the
$4 billion in oil and military contracts, which Russia lost when
Gaddafi was killed. “Libya has a long history of good relations with
Russia,” Haftar stated,
“I went to Moscow because I wanted to renew several contracts that were
interrupted in 2011.” Oil production is a leading economic
consideration for Russia, primarily in eastern Libya. Russian firms Tatneft, Gazprom, and Rosneft
view the region as a source of lucrative contracts. Ultimately, the
Kremlin will diversify its bets until it becomes clear who will control
Libya’s resources.

The U.S. and the international community must once again decide what to do in Libya. This time, Russia will be more disruptive to protect its interests. By publicly pushing for a political solution while quietly backing Haftar, the Kremlin hopes to look like it is cleaning up the United States’ post-2011 mess in Libya. If Russia helps restore some semblance of order, it can appear like a peace broker in the region, adding credibility to its critiques of U.S. foreign policy, and delegitimizing international institutions like NATO and the UN. In the near-term, the U.S. and the international community must apply pressure for a cease-fire and political negotiations.

*About the author: Carl Lampe is a spring research intern with FPRI. Carl holds a B.A. in History from Amherst College, where his research focused primarily on the Middle East and Russia.

Source: This article was published by FPRI

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The Global Security News: 1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (88 sites): Eurasia Review: Moscow’s Hand In Libya – Analysis

By Carl Lampe *

(FPRI) — Khalifa Haftar, the leader of the Libyan National Army (LNA), has charged Tripoli to topple Fayez al-Sarraj, the Prime Minister of the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA). Since early April 2019, fighting has killed more than 300, wounded 1,600, and displaced approximately 40,000 Libyans. Now Libya is back in U.S. headlines; the last time it was this prominent was when the 2011 Arab Spring sparked a U.S.-sponsored NATO intervention that helped bring down the Libyan regime of Muammar Gaddafi. Afterward, in 2012, members of Ansar al-Sharia attacked a U.S. government compound in Benghazi, Libya, and killed John Christopher Stevens, the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, and three other Americans. Currently, the culmination of eight years of instability and unrest has the world watching regime change unfold in Libya for the second time in a decade. Russia saw the collapse of Gaddafi’s regime in 2011 as a blow to its political and economic interests. Today, the Kremlin will look to capitalize on the instability in Libya to strengthen its image as a power broker in the Middle East and North Africa, and to benefit economically from oil and government contracts.

In 2011, the U.S. assumed an integral
role in the NATO-led intervention to oust Gaddafi, which prevented mass
civilian murder but helped spiral the country into chaos. Russia could
have vetoed the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which NATO used to justify its intervention, but chose not to. For years, the U.S. has officially recognized the GNA as Libya’s official governing body. However, President Trump’s April 15th phone call
to Haftar signals the White House’s public shift to expressing support
for the LNA. Understanding the true dynamics of the playing field in
Libya is difficult since it is rarely obvious who each country supports
at any given time. Nevertheless, Russia has an interest in ensuring an
agreeable end-state for itself.

Russia remains invested in Libya’s
future because it views Libya as instrumental in supporting Russian
interests. These interests primarily include the economic benefits of
the so-called “guns for oil” trade, government contracts, bargaining
power against the EU, deep-sea port access on the Mediterranean,
extinguishing extremist Islamic threats abroad rather than inside its
borders, and the optics of Soviet-era influence
in the Middle East and Africa. Russian government officials have met
with various Libyan contacts to ensure that whoever controls the country
will support Russia’s goals. 

Despite being members of the UN Security
Council, which backs Sarraj, Russia and the U.S. have been friendly
toward the authoritarian leader Khalifa Haftar. But Russia has been
careful not to overcommit. According to Vasily Nebenyza, Russia’s
Permanent Representative to the UN, the Kremlin has avoided picking
winners and losers. Instead, Russia has presented itself as calling for
peace and stability in Libya. Haftar has travelled to Moscow more than three
times since 2016 for meetings predominantly with Russia’s Defense
Minister Sergei Shoigu and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. The General
was also aboard Russia’s Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft
carrier in the Mediterranean in 2017, where he spoke with Sergei Shoigu
via video conference. The Kremlin has not fully endorsed Haftar
publicly, despite providing material support for his coup. In March
2019, U.S. General Waldhauser stated
to the House Committee on Armed Services that “behind the scenes there
is no doubt about the fact they’ve [the Russians] supported the LNA with
all kinds of equipment, people, training and the like. And they’ve
supported Haftar.” Russia has not only reportedly strengthened Haftar’s
military with training but also printed Libyan dinars
to finance his cause. And Russia is forging ties with Egypt, which
shares an interest in Haftar for a different reason: he may be a
solution to Egypt’s western border security problem. Ultimately, the Kremlin cares about Haftar as long he supports Russian interests.

The stakes are high for Russia. It lost billions
when NATO overran Gaddafi’s regime in 2011, and now it wants its money
back. Semyon Bagdasarov, a representative in Russia’s State Duma,
explained in an interview with Pravda
that Haftar gives Russia the potential to recover, and even triple, the
$4 billion in oil and military contracts, which Russia lost when
Gaddafi was killed. “Libya has a long history of good relations with
Russia,” Haftar stated,
“I went to Moscow because I wanted to renew several contracts that were
interrupted in 2011.” Oil production is a leading economic
consideration for Russia, primarily in eastern Libya. Russian firms Tatneft, Gazprom, and Rosneft
view the region as a source of lucrative contracts. Ultimately, the
Kremlin will diversify its bets until it becomes clear who will control
Libya’s resources.

The U.S. and the international community must once again decide what to do in Libya. This time, Russia will be more disruptive to protect its interests. By publicly pushing for a political solution while quietly backing Haftar, the Kremlin hopes to look like it is cleaning up the United States’ post-2011 mess in Libya. If Russia helps restore some semblance of order, it can appear like a peace broker in the region, adding credibility to its critiques of U.S. foreign policy, and delegitimizing international institutions like NATO and the UN. In the near-term, the U.S. and the international community must apply pressure for a cease-fire and political negotiations.

*About the author: Carl Lampe is a spring research intern with FPRI. Carl holds a B.A. in History from Amherst College, where his research focused primarily on the Middle East and Russia.

Source: This article was published by FPRI

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‘You’re an idiot’ – NYC Transit president has strong words for whoever set off firecracker on F train http://brooklyn.news12.com/story/40574696/youre-an-idiot-mta-president-has-strong-words-for-whoever-set-off-firecracker-on-f-train …

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Education News  Texarkana Gazette

University of Arkansas Cossaot—Spring 2019. Ashdown, Ark.—Lucas Bishop, Shernesia Broughton, Leverise Evans, Cheyenne Foster, Anna Gatliff, Carley …

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Новости Русского Нью-Йорка: Мюллер “заслужил” лишения лицензии юриста

Специальный прокурор  Мюллер, бывший 12  лет директором ФБР  своим беззаконым, непрофесиальным и нелогичным поведением и заявлением,  без никаких  оснований фактически высказавший  как официальное лицо обвинение […]

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Eagle: Dance, read and revel at Brooklyn Museum’s Pride Month kickoff

If you want to party, come early.

That’s the word from the Brooklyn Museum as it prepares to kick off Pride Month — on the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising — at its First Saturdays event on June 1 starting at 5 p.m.

The museum is going all out with an evening of live music, art-making and performances.

The event is offered in conjunction with the exhibition “Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall.” The Stonewall Uprising was a six-day clash between police and civilians in 1969, set off when police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Manhattan. During the event, the museum is offering a curated tour of the exhibition.

Brooklyn Museum kicks off Pride Month at its First Saturdays event on June 1. Shown: A First Saturday dance party in 2017. Photo by Kolin Mendez
Part of the special exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum for Pride Month: David Antonio Cruz’s runlittlewhitegirl, portrait of the girls, 2016/2017. Oil and enamel on birch panel, 30 × 40 in. Courtesy of the artist. © David Antonio Cruz. Photo by Anthony Alvarez

Highlights include a performance by the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus; a book club with author Jodie Patterson; poetry by artist Linda LaBeija; electronic music by artist and activist Madame Gandhi; and dancing set to Amber Valentine’s high-energy set. Valentine is known as a staple of NYC’s queer nightlife community.

Noted artists will celebrate the new release of “The Faggots & Their Friends Between Revolutions,” the 1977 fable-manifesto by Lavender Hill commune members Larry Mitchell (the author) and Ned Asta (the illustrator).

You can see a full list of performances and events here.

Some programs require reservations and are ticketed on a first-come, first-served basis. First Saturdays programs are free.

To get to the museum by subway, take the 2 or 3 to Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum; the 4 or 5 to Franklin Avenue; the B or Q to Prospect Park; or the S to Botanic Garden. By bus: B41, B69, B48, B45. On-site parking will be available.

For more information, visit www.brooklynmuseum.org.

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CCV recognizes CDC students for completion of college courses  Bennington Banner

BENNINGTON — On Wednesday, the Community College of Vermont recognized 14 students at the CDC for their successful completion of three college …

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As Sunset Park Gentrifies, Residents Accuse Building Owner Of Dropping Manufacturing Commitment  Gothamist

Sunset Park has been roiled in recent months by protests against a plan to rezone Industry City, an industrial waterfront complex in Brooklyn. Following concerns …

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Former Watergate Assistant Special Prosecutor Jon Sale said Thursday that Robert Mueller’s investigation is “totally different” from what unfolded during …

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A top Republican wants to know if a high-ranking FBI official who leaked “sensitive” information and improperly accepted a gift from the media was Peter Strzok, …

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump and special counsel Robert Mueller (all times local): 8 a.m. Attorney General William Barr is …

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