Month: May 2021

Israel, Egypt Talk Truce With Hamas, Rebuilding Gaza Strip

Egypt and Israel held high-level talks in both countries Sunday to shore up a fragile truce between Israel and the Hamas militant group and rebuild the Gaza Strip after a punishing 11-day war that left parts of the seaside enclave in ruins. Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukry received his Israeli counterpart, Gabi Ashkenazi, in Cairo. …

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COVID-19 Vaccinations Offered at Multiple Chicago Sites on Memorial Day

Continuing its effort to increase COVID-19 vaccinations among Chicagoans, the city’s Department of Public Health has planned Memorial Day vaccination clinics at two city beaches. The clinics at North Avenue Beach and 31st Street Beach will run from 1 to 4 p.m. Doses of both the Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines will be available, …

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Wisconsin Dells Attractions Making Do With Fewer Workers

One of Wisconsin’s major tourist attractions is making do during Memorial Day weekend with fewer workers, hoping that more will arrive during the summer. Tom Diehl is the president of the Attractions Association and Tommy Bartlett Inc. in Wisconsin Dells. He said they’re ready to welcome visitors but labor is a problem. “We don’t have …

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Netanyahu Could Lose PM Job as Rivals Attempt to Join Forces

A former ally of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday said he would seek to form a coalition government with the Israeli leader’s opponents, taking a major step toward ending the rule of the longtime premier. The dramatic announcement by Naftali Bennett, leader of the small hardline Yamina party, set the stage for a series …

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Vikings Tried to Trade Up for Bears QB Justin Fields in NFL Draft, Reports Say

The Carolina Panthers have released a series of videos detailing their war room’s actions during the NFL Draft and in NFL free agency, and in one video, they revealed that one of the Chicago Bears’ divisional rivals tried to trade up for quarterback Justin Fields before the Monsters of the Midway snagged him. In the …

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More Than Half of Illinois Adults Now Fully Vaccinated for COVID

More than half of Illinois adults have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19, public health officials announced Sunday. Overall 11.2 million vaccines have been administered in the state, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health. Health officials said about 67% of all adults have received at least one vaccine dose. The news comes as the …

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