APTN National NewsTORONTO–Shawn Atleo missed the magic 60 per cent mark for re-election by three votes on the second ballot, sending chiefs to the polls of a third time Wednesday in the election for national chief of the Assembly of First Nations.Atleo emerged with 318 votes after the second round of voting, missing the required 321 votes he needed. Atleo grabbed 284 votes after the first round of voting.A total of 535 ballots were cast in the second round of voting.Mi’kmaq lawyer and Ryerson professor Pam Palmater again came in second with 107 votes, followed by Dene National Chief Bill Erasmus and former Treaty 3 grand chief Diane Kelly who both got 34.Palmater saw an increase to her total from the first round where she got 95 votes.Former Roseau River chief Terry Nelson dropped to 25 votes and Mohawk activist Ellen Gabriel dropped to 17 votes.Nelson withdrew his name from the ballot and threw his support behind Palmater.“As a famous man once said, I’ll be back,” said Nelson.Gabriel also dropped off the ballot.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission has released a report on the 2017 well fire at a facility owned by Todd Energy near Wonowon.On December 3, 2017, workers heard a loud bang followed by a gas release from a well site north of Wonowon. Only 83 seconds after the gas release, a fire started at the facility.The report released by the OGC suggests the incident was caused by human error when installing the bull plug on the north casing flange of the wellhead. The report says “Had the threads of the bull plug been fully engaged in the north casing flange, it is unlikely that well control would have been lost.” “The investigation was not able to identify who installed the bull plug in the north casing flange or when it was installed. Based on interviews, the bull plug may have been installed within 24 hours of when the incident occurred, but this could not be verified.”The fire started on December 3, and it wasn’t until December 22, 2017, when the incident was over, and crews were stood down. A total of 36 people were working on the site at the time of the incident, and thankfully no one was injured.The report says the collection of evidence was difficult due to the fire and the length of the incident. “Physical evidence recovered from the site included the wellhead from the ‘0’ well (the first of five wells on the property), a two-inch bull plug that was found at the base of the wellhead and the backplate of the pressure gauge that was installed on the well. The backplate of the pressure gauge was recovered shortly after the incident by TECL (Todd Energy) and was subsequently misplaced during the emergency response effort.“Bull plug recovered from base of the ‘0’ well showing damage on first two threads. – OGCThe Oil and Gas Commission has directed Todd Energy to develop a procedure to ensure wellhead components are assembled by competent personnel and that connections are inspected and documented before being pressurized. The Commission says Todd Energy has already implemented a wellhead checklist.The report also says Todd Energy must do ongoing monitoring of groundwater to show that remediation from the fire has been completed. A copy of the event timeline and the full report are below. Todd Energy Well Fire Timeline This timeline was created by the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission. July 2014• Commission issues well permits for the ‘0’ well and the ‘A’ well to Paramount Resources Ltd. Sept/Oct 2014• ‘0’ well is drilled and completed (hydraulically fractured). March 2015• Permits for the ‘0’ and ‘A’ wells are transferred to Todd Energy Canada Ltd. (TECL). Feb. 2016• TECL conducts a suspended well check and takes pictures of the ‘0’ wellhead. June 2017• Commission issues permits for the ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ wells. June 2017• Pictures of ‘0’ wellhead taken during routine site inspection by TECL. Nov. 23, 2017• Pressure monitoring equipment installed on ‘0’ well north casing valve to monitor casing pressure during fracturing of the ‘A’ well. Nov. 30, 2017• Rig up service rig to run casing patch on ‘A’ well. Dec. 1, 2017• Rig up well test equipment to flow ‘0’ well to reduce formation pressure during service rig operations on the ‘A’ well. • ‘0’ well is flowing water. Dec. 2, 2017• Pressure gauge on ‘0’ well casing valve removed to address freezing/hydrate issues. Dec. 3, 2017: 5 a.m.• Well testers note first burnable gas while flowing the ‘0’ well. 10:51 a.m.• Incident occurs – sudden gas release on ‘0’ well. Site evacuated and emergency response activated. • Ignition occurs within 83 seconds. • Well is flowing out of control and flame is impinging on the ‘A’ well. 11:22 a.m.• TECL reports incident to Emergency Management BC (EMBC). 11:26 a.m.• Commission receives report of incident from EMBC and begins activation of Emergency Operations Centre (EOC). 1:03 p.m.TECL confirms that their EOC is open, roadblocks are in place, air monitoring, well control and fire safety specialists are en route. Thirty-six people have been evacuated from the site and all are accounted for. 3:46 p.m.• TECL confirms they have contacted area permit holders, closest residents and the Blueberry River First Nations. 4:49 p.m.• Fire trucks and air monitoring are on site. • Site security is to be maintained overnight with well control operations resuming in the morning. Dec. 4, 2017• Well control specialist arrives on site. Dec. 4, 2017• Work focuses on clearing equipment off of the site to prepare for well control operations. • Service rig on ‘A’ well topples. Derrick lands on wellhead of ‘0’ well and bends wellhead. • Crane on site topples. «‹12›» SearchSearch inTimeDetail TimeDetail
Panaji: Late Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar’s sons Utpal Parrikar and Abhijat Parrikar have said that they would “honour his (Parrikar’s) life by continuing his legacy of service and dedication to the State and the Nation”. The public statement comes amid speculation that the late Chief Minister’s elder son Utpal Parrikar is likely to join active politics. In a joint letter, which was released to the media via the Chief Minister’s Office, both the brothers have also said that BJP karyakartas (cadres) were much closer to Parrikar than the two brothers and the bond, the letter says, became evident when the former Defence Minister passed away on March 17 following a prolonged battle with pancreatic cancer. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’ “We will honour his life by continuing his legacy of service and dedication to the State and the Nation,” the Parrikar brothers said in their open letter of appreciation, which expresses gratitude to the Goa government, the Central government, foreign diplomatic missions, the Indian armed forces, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, doctors who attended to the late Chief Minister, as well as the host of VIPs who attended Parrikar’s funeral on March 18. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&K “We express our gratitude to the Governemnt of Goa, Government of India, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, BJP, coalition allies and members of other political parties,” the letter stated. “Above all we express our sincere gratitude to the thousands of karyakartas for their love and affection. You have been his pillars of strength throughout. We always knew that you and the people of Goa meant much more to him than even us and this bond was evident when he passed away,” the letter said. Speaking to reporters on Friday, Utpal Parrikar, who has been tipped to take over Manohar Parrikar’s political legacy, said that he would decide about joining politics in due time.
Rabat – For the first time in the Arab world, the International Space Station (ISS) held a teleconference with Moroccan students of Morocco’s National School of Computer Science and Systems Analysis (ENSIAS) and astronauts on January 3.During the first of its kind contact, the International Space Station (ISS) on-orbit crew touched upon life on board the ISS and space industry.The school community, including the students, teachers, families and community members were informed by the ISS on the substantial benefits of human spaceflight and the exploration and discovery that occur on spaceflight journeys. Students also learned about space technologies and the technologies involved in space communications through exploration of amateur radio.“This contact will enable Morocco to be more involved in space exploration and sought to give ENSIAS the tools to develop cooperation on space technologies,” said Mohamed Essaaidi, director of ENSIAS.He added that the ISS agreed to hold this conference particularly because Morocco “enjoys a high level of credibility in the field of scientific research and space exploration.”The contact was held as part of the Amateur Radio program on the International Space Station (ARISS), in partnership with KSF Space, NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA) and Maroc Télécom.The teleconference, broadcasted live on the KSF Space’s social networks, took place in the presence of CEO of KSF Space, Mohamed Kayyali, and Director of ENSIAS, Mohamed Essaaidi, as well as representatives of NASA and ESA, several national and international researchers and scientists and Secretary of State for Higher Education and Scientific Research, Khalid Samadi.The event comes a month after Morocco launched its first satellite, Mohammed VI-A, in November 8. This significant event made the kingdom the third African country with a reconnaissance satellite after Egypt and South Africa.The Moroccan satellite will be dedicated to Earth observation and will be able to map and take high-resolution images in any weather, night and day.Images collected by the satellite will help Morocco polish its green policies, in line with the country’s commitments to the fight against climate change and environmental protection.Morocco’s second reconnaissance satellite, Mohammed VI-B, is expected to be launched in 2018. Preparations for the launch will be announced in due time.
The report, entitled “China: Air, Land and Water – Environmental Priorities for a New Millennium,” points to three areas of success: broad-based and absolute reduction in industrial air and water pollutant emissions during the second half of the 1990s; the reversal of deforestation through massive investments in reforestation and afforestation; and the reversal of secondary salinization in irrigation areas through major control and prevention programmes.”These achievements are arguably unprecedented in any country at China’s state of economic development,” said Yukon Huang, the Bank’s Country Director for China. “Yet,” he added, “the battle is not even close to being won – environmental challenges are likely to get far greater and more complex over the next 10 years and the Government will have to re-orient its approach if it wants to make further progress.”The report, prepared by a World Bank team and assisted by technical specialists from 10 Chinese research institutes, universities and other organizations, reviews the state of the environment, assesses the effectiveness of the Government’s environmental protection work over the last 10 years, and makes recommendations on how to address the new challenges which will face the country in the near future.Among its proposals, the report urges moving from the current approach of mainly fixing the harmful effects of other development decisions to a more proactive strategy aimed at avoiding or minimizing the adverse environmental effects of development in the first place.
What: Clark County Fair.Hours Sunday: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.Where: 17402 N.E. Delfel Road, Ridgefield.Admission: Adults, $10; seniors 62 and older, $8; kids 7-12, $7; kids 6 and younger, free; parking, $6; C-Tran shuttle, $2 per person round trip from area Park & Ride lots; children 6 and younger ride free. $1 discount on admission with a bus fare stub.Carnival: Opens at noon; unlimited rides today, $30. 99.5 The Wolf Grandstands: Kip Moore, 7 p.m. Other highlights: Chips and Salsa Eating Contest, 1 p.m.; Britnee Kellogg, 5 p.m.Pets: Not permitted, except for personal service animals or those on exhibition or in competition.Information: www.clarkcofair.com or call 360-397-6180. Download the mobile app for the Clark County Fair at: http://crwd.cc/ccfair13Walking down the midway at the fair can feel like facing an endless sea of heat, dust and doohickeys. As the sun beats down on the black asphalt, one might wonder is there any plant life here? Can I even eat any sort of plant life here? The “fruit” smoothies, after all, are mere mirages of flavored juice and ice, and the curly fries sweaty siblings of their potato predecessors.And yet, at the WSU Master Gardeners exhibit tucked into the back of the Exhibition Hall, you might find yourself getting back to the real roots of food and nibbling on plants straight out of the garden. The exhibit, new to this year’s fair, is out to prove that growing an attractive and edible landscape doesn’t require a green thumb or a ton of space.
Headline of a recent Page One story in the New York Times: “In Court Ruling on Executions, a Factual Flaw.” Make that two factual flaws. The first one by the Supreme Court; the second by the Times, whose headline should read “CAAFlog Blogger Discovers Factual Flaw in Court Ruling on Executions.” But the Times, like much of MSM, just can’t seem to stand giving a blogger credit for a scoop.It took the Times until the fourth paragraph to mention that Dwight Sullivan broke the story on June 28th on the CAAFlog blog, and until the eighth paragraph to link to his post. A post on the blog wryly notes: “It may take a few clicks to reach CAAFlog’s post on the case.”Magazines and newspapers still report on blogs as curiosities, or that old standby—personal diaries. They need to get over themselves. Blogs are a new medium, and we’re here to stay. That said, of the supposed 70 million blogs there are perhaps 10,000 with a significant number of readers. My What’s Next Blog gets approximately 10,000 uniques a day. Small potatoes compared to blogs like Boing Boing, that get a million uniques a week, but still respectable, influential, and widely quoted.I’m not going to get into the tired debate over whether bloggers are journalists. Some of us are. Some of us are not. But you can’t put someone who blogs about their cat into the same category as someone whose blog covers industry news or law any more than you can put “Meet the Press” in the same category as “Dancing With the Stars.”The White House Gets InvolvedIn his post, Sullivan noted that the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006, which was passed by Congress, did set out death as punishment for the rape of a child. In fact, none of the 10 briefs lawyers filed in the case mentioned a bill Bush signed last September adding child rape to the military death penalty.Like the game of telephone, where the original message is lost, MSM quickly loses mention of the CAAFlog scoop, and credits the Times for the story. Dan Slater on the WSJ Law Blog credits “the NY Time’s Linda Greenhouse, who … thinks she’s caught the Court out on a flaw in its facts.” The L.A. Times blog doesn’t even mention CAAFlog in its post.The issue, with no mention of the CAAFlog, has reached the White House, and the Washington Post writes: “White House press secretary Dana Perino this morning said “The White House was disturbed by the New York Times report that the court’s decision might be based on a mistake…”Likewise, UPI credits the Times for the scoop.Only the American Bar Association blog gets the headline right: “Blogger Points Out Substantial Error in Supreme Court Decision.” EDITOR’S NOTE: Read more at FOLIO:’s Magazine Marketing Excellence Channel … Mainstream media is still scared of bloggers. And they should be. We’re watching them very closely. Every day. Just like they watch us. Only we credit and link to them. Maybe someday they’ll return the courtesy.SEE RELATED POST: Movie Bloggers Call for Boycott of Variety, Hollywood Reporter
Email Twitter https://twitter.com/lollapaloozafr/status/1088119305022119936 Twenty One Pilots, Strokes Top Lollapalooza Paris twenty-one-pilots-strokes-headline-lollapalooza-paris-july Lollapalooza Paris includes French cuisine, art shows, the Kidzapalooza festival-within-a-festival, as well as the Lolla Planète area dedicated to raising environmental consciousness. Children under 10 accompanied by a ticketholder get in free. Tickets go on sale at the festival website on Jan. 24. Recap: Lollapalooza 2018 With The Recording AcademyRead more Twenty One Pilots, The Strokes To Headline Lollapalooza Paris In July The lineup for the third annual Paris edition of Lollapalooza also includes the 1975, Bad Bunny, Martin Garrix, Jain, and Eric PrydzPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Jan 23, 2019 – 5:19 pm Lollapalooza Paris is heading to the Hippodrome De Longchamp July 20–21 this summer with headliners Twenty One Pilots and The Strokes and GRAMMY winners on the bill for the two-day fest, in addition to Twenty One Pilots, include Clean Bandit and Ben Harper.The 1975 and Martin Garrix will also be playing at the third annual fest. GRAMMY nominees appearing include Bad Bunny, Jain and Eric Prydz. Of course part of the excitement will be getting to know less well known acts. A few that we’ve been following include Gryffin, Jaden Smith, Tash Sultana, and Alison Wonderland. Facebook News
Patna: In the wake of encephalitis crisis and flood in the state, former Chief Minister and RJD leader Rabri Devi on Sunday barraged Chief Minister Nitish Kumar with a series of questions and accused him of avoiding responsibility. “There is encephalitis breakout, drought, and floods in the state but Chief Minister Nitish Kumar avoids responsibility by the blaming nature. Who is responsible for the scandals worth crores of rupees in the name of dam construction to avoid floods,” Devi said in a series of tweets. Also Read – Dehydrated elephant being given treatment Advertise With Us Two people have died so far due to floods, which have affected at least 6 districts in the state. “Water in most of the rivers in North Bihar has crossed the danger level marks but the government is busy blaming nature instead of carrying out rescue and relief operations. They are not concerned about the public. All they want to do is hand out freebies. People are in distress,” Devi, who is also the leader of the Opposition in Bihar Legislative Council, wrote in another tweet. Also Read – CBI carrying out surprise checks at 150 government departments Advertise With Us There is an Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) crisis going on in the state due to which 176 children have lost their lives. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had announced a compensation of Rs 4 lakh each to their families. Raising alarm over the lack of farsighted efforts of the Nitish government, Devi said: “What are the concrete steps the Nitish government has taken in its 14-year term to resolve the annual flooding issue? How much money has been spent?” “In the amount of money that has been spent every year in the name of relief, rescue and rehabilitation, the issue itself could have been resolved,” Devi added.
Close-up map locating the area where a ferry capsized in the Philippines. AFPRescue teams in the Philippines resumed their search for survivors Friday after a ferry carrying more than 250 passengers capsized, with at least five confirmed dead.The accident occurred in rough waters off the main island of Luzon Thursday as the Mercraft 3 keeled over en route to a remote island.The 206-tonne vessel had been given the green light to sail as Tropical Storm Tembin gathered pace over the southern Philippines nearly a thousand kilometres away, as there were no storm alerts in the local area, the coastguard said.But a survivor told local radio that the ferry was forced to stop at sea due to large waves and strong winds, before it started taking in water from the bow and tipped over.Filipino ferries, which seasonally brave rough seas in the Pacific typhoon belt, are notorious for overloading.Some 252 people have so far been pulled to safety, with the death toll up to five.The coastguard had earlier said only 251 passengers and crew were on board, but confirmed the vessel had a 286-person capacity.Officials gave no explanation for the discrepancy but acknowledged the boat had carried more than the 251 people listed on its manifest.Rescuers are yet to determine how many are still missing, Efren Ritual, a rescue official in the town of Infanta, said.“The search will continue because there are still people here looking for their missing relatives,” he told AFP by telephone.Local fishing boats and the Philippine navy were assisting in the search, according to the coastguard office in Manila.The Philippines, an archipelago of more than 7,000 islands, is plagued by poor sea transport, with its badly regulated boats and ships prone to overcrowding and accidents.The latest incident occurred 30 years after another Philippine ferry, the Dona Paz, collided with an oil tanker in a pre-Christmas accident south of Manila that claimed more than 4,000 lives in the world’s worst peacetime disaster at sea.
He said an alarm went off, and police said there was an active shooter in the hospital. Someone on the loudspeaker also announced a “Code Silver.” “She woke me up and told me there was a situation, somebody’s out there shooting people,” Trimble said as he waited for his wife to come out. “I could hear in her voice she was shaking and about to cry.” Emergency crews were blocked from entering the hospital while the shooter was at large. “I thought I was going to die,” said Renaldo Del Villar, a 55-year-old patient who was in the third-floor emergency room getting treatment for a lower back injury. The FBI tweeted that they had found “no nexus to terrorism” so far. A doctor with a rifle hidden under a lab coat opened fire Friday at the Bronx hospital where he used to work, killing one person and wounding six others before taking his own life, authorities said. Share Gonzalo Carazo described the scary scene to WCBS-TV. “I saw one of the doctors and he had a gunshot wound to his hand,” Carazo said. Police officers went floor by floor looking for the gunman and reported just before 4 p.m. that he was dead inside the building. A law enforcement official told The Associated Press that the gunman killed himself. He had opened fire on the 16th and 17th floors, police said. Law enforcement officials identified the shooter as Dr. Henry Bello, who was described on the hospital website as a family medicine physician. It was not immediately clear why Bello was no longer working at the hospital. The officials were not authorized to discuss the still-unfolding investigation and spoke on condition of anonymity. Garry Trimble said his wife, hospital employee Denise Brown, called him from inside the hospital shortly after 3 p.m. The shooting started at 2:50 p.m. inside the Bronx Lebanon Hospital, drawing a heavy police presence to the area as officers with guns drawn told people to hide. Hospital employees barricaded themselves in rooms to escape the violence. “I asked them, ‘Are we safe here?” Del Villar said. “When there’s a shooter and you don’t know where the shooter is, you don’t know what’s going to happen.” The 120-year-old hospital has nearly 1,000 beds and one of the busiest emergency rooms in New York City. It is about a mile and a half north of Yankee Stadium. JUST IN: At least 3 people shot at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital by a gunman, law enforcement sources say. https://t.co/SgGzAZGqq9 pic.twitter.com/4eMyM0Gb5b— ABC News (@ABC) June 30, 2017 APPolice help people cross the street outside the Bronx Lebanon Hospital in New York after a gunman opened fire there on Friday, June 30, 2017. The gunman, identified as Dr. Henry Bello who used to work at the hospital, returned with a rifle hidden under his white lab coat, law enforcement officials said. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer) JUST IN: Shooting reported at New York hospital https://t.co/qgPVWVuKpq pic.twitter.com/ef39fQKzlx— AJC (@ajc) June 30, 2017 “All I heard was a doctor saying, “Help, help!” Carazo locked himself in a room for about 15 minutes until police came and led him out of the hospital. In 2011, two people were shot at Bronx Lebanon in what police said was a gang-related attack.
Doctor visits are climbing and pediatric deaths from the illness are up as well. What makes it so severe? Dr. Amber Robins of Georgetown University joins John Yang to discuss the flu vaccine and other tips for prevention. Share
Here at Geek.com we’ve covered a couple of very impressive home flight simulator setups. One managed to recreate a Cessna cockpit using 5 displays and a mix of standard and specialist PC hardware. Another is called the OVO-4 and actually sits you in a moving egg-shaped cockpit to add to the realism. In both cases, some version of Microsoft Flight Simulator was used.Both those examples pale in comparison to the project seen in the video above, though. It has been created by James Price, an Oakland Air Traffic Controller and private pilot who developed it in his spare time.What you are seeing in the video is an actual shell of a 1969 Boeing 737 100. Price housed the shell in a hangar where he gutted it and fitted the cockpit out with the systems contained in the real plane. 90% of those systems are usable as part of his flight simulator experience.It has been a 3 year project that saw the shell moved from the hangar to his garage at home where he continued to develop the simulation. He somehow found time to write custom software that allows him to fly anywhere in the world under any weather conditions as if in a real plane.It seems the only thing missing is motion of the cockpit during flight, but the displays that fill the cockpit windows, combined with a vibration system, would surely be enough to make this seem almost real.Outside of a real plane or training simulator, I think Price’s setup is about as real as it can get and jumps to the top of my most impressive simulator list. I don’t know which flight simulation software he is using, and can’t believe he implemented the whole thing from scratch. I’m assuming his software development was for the multiple other displays outputting information rather than the main simulator. If I’m wrong, this is an even more impressive build.via MercuryNews.com
Kolkata: State Transport minister Suvendu Adhkari will hold a meeting with the state government employees’ union at Trinamool Bhavan on Monday, to give a hearing to the demands and problems faced by them. Adhikari has recently been given the responsibility to look after the welfare of the government employees in the state, by Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee.It may be mentioned that BJP had taken a lead in 39 among the 42 Lok Sabha seats in the state, when it came to postal ballot voting. Trinamool managed a lead in two seats, while the Left Front had a lead in a solitary seat. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataTrinamool was ahead in the Kolkata South and Raiganj parliamentary constituencies, while the Left lead was in the Jadavpur seat. The Jadavpur seat, however, was won by Trinamool candidate Mimi Chakraborty, while Left Front’s Bikash Bhattacharjee bagged the third spot. In the Lok Sabha results, Trinamool managed to win 22 seats against 18 won by the saffron party. It may be mentioned that Trinamool Congress secretary general and state Education minister Partha Chatterjee has been looking after the welfare of the government employees till date. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in state”The meeting has been called to apprise Suvendu Babu (Suvendu Adhikari) about various issues regarding the government employees,” said Soumya Biswas, convener of West Bengal Government Employees Federation. Chatterjee will also be present at the meeting. In a number of seats, BJP candidates were found to take huge leads in postal ballot results. Raju Bista from Darjeeling took a lead of 4,679 votes in postal ballot, in comparison to Trinamool candidate Amar Singh Rai. Bista got 5,410 votes against Rai’s 831. In Barrackpore, BJP’s Arjun Singh got 1,504 postal votes, against a meagre 267 managed by Dinesh Trivedi of Trinamool. Sources in the state secretariat Nabanna said that resentment of state government employees over dearness allowance and dragging feet on effective implementation of the sixth pay commission in the state could have been “a factor”, as their votes comprise a part of the overall postal votes in each constituency.
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Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Demonstrators march down West Florissant Ave during a peaceful march in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown near Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Demonstrators march down West Florissant during a peaceful march in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown near Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Police tackle a man who was walking down the street in front of McDonald’s in Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Laurie Skrivan—St Louis Post-Dispatch/AP Law enforcement officers watch on during a protest on West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Michael B Thomas—AFP/Getty Images Demonstrators cover their faces as tear gas fills the air as police fire the gas against an unruly crowd protesting the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo on Aug18 2014 Joe Raedle—Getty Images A protestor wearing a gas mask stands with his hands up while facing armed police in Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Abe Van 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