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Quake hits northwest of Greek capital Athens – witnesses

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ATHENS — A magnitude 5.1 earthquake shook the Greek capital Athens on Friday, sending people running from buildings in panic, witnesses said. The European Earthquake Monitoring Centre recorded the quake’s epicenter at 22 km (14 miles) northwest of
'ATHENS -- A magnitude 5.1 earthquake shook the Greek capital Athens on Friday, sending people running from buildings in panic, witnesses said. Read More'

Search continues for two missing Ontario teen girls

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Maya Mirota and Marta Malek, both age 16, went missing from Algonquin Park where they were last seen going down Western Uplands Trail near Rainbow Lake.
'Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are asking for the public’s help in locating two teen girls who have been missing since Thursday of last week.Maya Mirota and Marta Malek, both age 16, went missing from Algonquin Park where they were last seen going down Western Uplands Trail near Rainbow Lake.All hands are on deck for the search, as an OPP helicopter along with a fixed-wing plane from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry will both also be active in their search efforts.The two girls from the Kitchener, ON area were on a group camping trip when they went missing, said OPP spokesperson Bill Dickson to the CBC . “They’re not strangers to the woods.They do have some experience,” Dickson said.UPDATE: #OPP is still searching for two missing 16 year old females, Maya MIROTA and Marta MALEK.Please see below for photos of both females.If you have any information, please call 1-888-310-1122. ^kw pic.twitter.com/Z7urKDgauD — OPPCommunicationsER (@OPP_COMM_ER) July 14, 2019 Mirota is described as “roughly five-feet tall with a thin build and long auburn hair.” Malek “is approximately six-feet tall with shoulder-length dirty blonde hair and wears glasses.” Anyone with information should call the OPP at 1-888-310-1122. . The post Search continues for two missing Ontario teen girls appeared first on The Post Millennial .'

10 observations from Stamps smash of host Riders

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REGINA – A win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders is always going to feel good for the Calgary Stampeders. But a 37-10 win when you’re listed as the sizeable underdog and are missing your starting quarterback, starting running back and are fielding a
'After coming in for the final two drives of the Stampeders’ comeback win over the B.C. Lions last week, Nick Arbuckle took over the starting quarterback duties on Saturday. Read More'

Tiny dancer: Toddler charms his way along the powwow trail

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Albert was only two years old when he chalked up record online views for APTN News in 2018.
'Three-year-old Albert Apsassin in his powwow dancing regalia. (Martina Desjarlais photo) Kathleen Martens APTN News Albert Apsassin is back on the powwow trail.And the three-year-old, whose Chicken Dance was the most-watched video on APTN’s National News Facebook page last year, is ready to bust out some new moves. “He really likes the men’s Fancy Dance,” said his mom Martina Desjarlais from her home on the Alexander Cree Nation near Edmonton. “He likes how fast the music is.” WATCH the video here.Albert was only two years old when he chalked up record online views for the national news site in 2018.The video, filmed by his mom, reached nearly 60 million people and was viewed a staggering 32 million times.It generated nearly 5 million reactions, almost a million shares, and attracted more than 62,000 comments. “A lot of people just really loved his video,” said Martina, a dancer in her own right who listened to “tons of powwow music” when she was pregnant with Albert. “Every time somebody sees me at a powwow they say, ‘Oh my God, are you Albert’s mom?’” Interest from U.S.The video even attracted interest from the United States, with different agencies wanting to buy and  broadcast it.But the family declined the offers wanting to keep the video private for now.Still, Martina understands the attraction. “He puts so much heart into his dancing,” she said of the boy she describes as “very outgoing. “I never forced him to do it.He did it on his own.” In the winter, Martina takes her son to powwow practice twice a week when he’s not watching powwow videos on Youtube.Including his own. “He does watch his own video a lot,” she said with a chuckle. “He says, ‘Look mom, it’s Albert.’”   kmartens@aptn.ca @katmarte . The post Tiny dancer: Toddler charms his way along the powwow trail appeared first on APTN News .'