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Libya bristles at US raid that captured militant

TONY G. GABRIEL, ESAM MOHAMED Associated Press   A suspected Libyan al-Qaida figure nabbed by U.S. special forces in a dramatic operation in Tripoli was living freely in his homeland for the past two years, after a trajectory that took him to Sudan, Afghanistan and Iran, where he had been detained ...

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Fort Campbell drops Retiree Appreciation Day

Associated Press FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — Fort Campbell has canceled Retiree Appreciation Day at the Fort Campbell Passenger Processing Center, saying the government shutdown and furlough of employees makes the event impossible. Garrison Commander Col. David “Buck” Dellinger says a review of what services would be available would not make it worth the time for many ...

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Gov’t shutdown enters 2nd week, no end in sight

DONNA CASSATA Associated Press   WASHINGTON (AP) — The government shutdown entered its second week with no end in sight and ominous signs that the United States was closer to the first default in the nation’s history as Speaker John Boehner ruled out any measure to boost borrowing authority without ...

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$8.7 million Foy Fitness and Recreation Center expansion

A year ago a proposal was pitched by Director of the Foy Fitness and Recreational Center David Davenport alongside Student Affairs to add more space to the Foy. The project was submitted to the Tennessee Board of Regents in 2013 to move forward as a part of the budget. Once ...

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‘Common Hope’ in Clarksville

Every week since Thursday, Sept. 5., APSU has hosted the Provost Lecture Series.  The lectures are run by APSU faculty members from 3:00-4:30 p.m., in room 303 of the UC. As described on the APSU Academic Affairs website, the purpose of these lectures is “to foster a spirit of intellectual ...

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