Source: Raw Story
By David Edwards
A McDonald’s restaurant in New York fired a worker after 8 years because she “opened a whole bee’s nest” by buying food for firefighters after they put out a house fire, she said this week.
Heather Levia, 23, told WIVB that she was working as a manager when the group of firefighters came in and ordered 23 breakfast sandwiches after fighting the blaze. It was a cold day so Levia covered the $83 cost of the meals herself.
By Salma Abdelaziz
(CNN) -- It is a scene seared forever into the memory of an eyewitness:
Masked men drag the bloodied body of a man across a public square, and tie it to a make-shift cross on a metal pole.
Green string holds the body's arms outstretched across a wood plank as blood oozes from the gunshot wound to his head.
Militiamen wrap the body's black "WhatsApp" shirt with a sign in red letters that reads in Arabic: "This man fought Muslims and detonated an IED here."
Young refugees exchange letters of hope
The eyewitness -- a man we will call Abu Ibrahim -- does more than watch. He steps closer and snaps a picture with his cell phone; the children around him gawk at the horrific spectacle with quiet curiosity.
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MARION COUNTY, Ore. (KOIN 6) — The Marion County Board of Commissioners voted to halt a medical waste program Wednesday after reports surfaced accusing the waste facility of disposing human tissue, including aborted fetuses.
The board said they took immediate action in response to an article published in the British Columbia Catholic Herald newspaper April 21 that claimed “biomedical waste” was being disposed at the Covanta Marion, Inc. Energy-from-Waste facility in Brooks that contained “human tissue” and “fetal tissue.”
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