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The military says the suspect was “trying to damage security infrastructure.”

A pair of wire-cutters and a bottle of flammable liquid are found in the man’s possession, the army says.

He is handed over to the Shin Bet security service for questioning.

A set of wire-cutters and a bottle of flamable liquid that the military found in the possession of a Palestinian man who tried to cross into Israel from the southern Gaza Strip on July 11, 2018. (Israel Defense Forces)

In recent months, a number of Palestinians have broken through the security fence and set fire to military posts near the Gaza security fence or to the equipment being used to construct an underground barrier around the coastal enclave.

— Judah Ari Gross

6:50 pm

House speaker defends NATO as ‘indispensable’ after Trump roils alliance

House Speaker Paul Ryan is defending NATO as “indispensable” after US President Donald Trump roiled a gathering of the alliance by sharply criticizing Germany.

The Wisconsin Republican says Trump is right to push NATO members to meet their obligations. But he adds that the military alliance is “as important today as it ever has been.”

Trump lashed out at German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a summit in Brussels. He claims that Germany is “totally controlled” by and “captive to Russia” because of an oil and gas pipeline.

Ryan was asked if he agreed with Trump about that, and said he believes lawmakers should not criticize the president when he is overseas.

7:08 pm

Ireland advances measure to criminalizing trade with settlements

The upper house of Ireland’s parliamentadvances legislation that would criminalize the import of and trade with goods produced in the settlements.

The Control of Economic Activities (Occupied Territories) Bill 2018 passes a second reading by the Irish Senate, known as Seanad Éireann, with 25 “yes” votes and 20 “no” votes.

However, the bill must still pass additional legislative hurdles before it becomes law.

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Israel slams ‘extremist’ Irish bill outlawing settlement trade

Israel slams the Irish government for advancing legislation that will ban trade with Israeli settlements, calling it a “populist, dangerous and extremist anti-Israel boycott initiative.”

A statement from the Foreign Ministry says the bill would economically harm Palestinians, set back Israeli-Palestinian dialogue and would “have a negative impact on the diplomatic process in the Middle East.”

It says Jerusalem will “consider its response in accordance with developments regarding this legislation.”

7:36 pm

The IDF releases footage of its anti-aircraft Patriot missile shooting down what it says was a Syrian drone that was flown approximately 10 kilometers (6.2 miles)into Israeli territory.

Women Who Wine Craft Night
Thursday, May 26, 2016 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Jowler Creek Winery

Looking for a good excuse to get together with your girlfriends to whine…and drink some wine? At this month’s “Women Who Wine” event you’ll be able to visit with friends, make a decorative grape cluster cork trivet to take home, and sip on some wine. Light appetizers will also be served. Cost: $19/person (or $16.15/person for Creek Club members) which includes one alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage of your choice, light appetizers, and all the supplies you need to make your craft. Reservations and pre-payment are required for this event. Reserve your spot by calling(816) 858-5528.

Marissa Harms Live at Blumenhof Winery
Friday, May 27, 2016 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm
Blumenhof Winery

Marissa Harms (Country/Pop) will perform at Blumenhof Winery in Dutzow, MO during Happy Hour on Friday, May 27 from 5-8pm.

Destination Z Live at Blumenhof Winery
Saturday, May 28, 2016 - 12:00pm to 3:00pm
Blumenhof Winery

Destination Z (Rock Band) will perform at Blumenhof Winery in Dutzow, MO on Saturday, May 28 from noon to 3pm.

Casey Reeves at Chaumette
Saturday, May 28, 2016 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Chaumette Vineyard Winery

Performer: Casey Reeves Genre: acoustic varietal Bio: Casey Reeves play and you'll feel at home. The Missouri-born singer-songwriter exudes ease and familiarity, whether playing a large venue with a full backing band, or a local hot-spot with just a stack of instruments and a looping station onstage. (Watching Reeves loop percussion, guitar, vocals, and harmonica live will leave you awestruck – and he makes it seem so easy!). That sense of familiarity equally describes his songwriting. Reeves has a way of turning phrases that, despite their originality, seem like something you've known before. There's a hint of nostalgia in his work; he has an evident appreciation for folk-rock contemporaries Wilco and The Avett Brothers, but also for late century folk standards like Bob Dylan and even the age-old hymns he grew up singing. His first solo album, In Between Oceans, was both a nod to his Midwestern roots and a forward-looking project, featuring skilled musicians from all over Missouri.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Casey-Reeves-Music/307151329338159 Website: http://www.caseyreevesmusic.com/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/casey-reeves/id522119032

Europan NL
Sep 28 2017
On September 28 and 29 the nine international jury members, the representatives of the city and the project leaders of the different Europan locations came together for the first round of judging. Sabine Labesque and Eric van der Kooij from the city of Amsterdam gave an informative presentation of the development and the planning context of Amsterdam in general. Future planning challenges the city has to cope with were addressed as well as the ambitions to steer more on densification, mixed uses development and spatial quality. For each location they and the project leaders gave insights in the site specific situation, addressing cultural values, social structures and economic activities followed by a selection of different approaches for the locations where the project leaders could react to.
The jury and the city representatives were delighted with the amount of interessting proposals. Also the way the participants dealt with the complex assignments representing a bundle of inspirations how to spatially approach the theme for the different sites was enthusiastically received. The range of possible outcomes differ from urban design guidelines, development strategies to small scale interventions in architecture or public space. The Europan submissions show a lot of valuable and interesting research of the locations as well as very different spatial qualities that were achieved in the proposals, presented in impressive drawings and diagrams. The entries varied on the range from mega structures, grids and superblocks to subtle infill’s of the urban tissue and strategies with a lot of freedom in development, acupuncture approaches and ‘soft’ programming. In most of the entries the link between big and small scale is the main focus in their approach and some of them even were integrating landscape and the bigger urban scale in the design schemes.
After the presentation the jury started discussing all entries of the different locations and continued doing that the following day. As result of this intensive session the jury selected 5 to 6 entries per location out of all 113 entries which are going to be presented on the Europan 14 ‘Forum of cities and juries’ in Helsinki end of October by representatives of the jury, the city and europan NL. The goal of that presentation is to discuss the different entries to create a shared culture on the results and to promote the meetings between the representatives of sites and experts at European scale. The findings of this meeting will be brought to the second jury round which will take place at 3rd of November. Then the international jury comes together again and will present the final winners and runner up’s for every location to the city representatives, explaining their conclusions and giving advise for possible implementation of the specific locations.
On 1st of December the winners will be published on the websites of europan.nl and europan europe.
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