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Sunday July 16th, 2017 day edition

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“Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!”

is returning to television for a Season 6 special.

IndieWire confirmed the news with Adult Swim after seeing Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim’s completed episode during the July 14 stop of the duo’s “10 Year Anniversary Awesome Tour!”

This is the first new “Awesome Show” episode since the duo’s December 2010 “Chrimbus Special,” which capped the show’s five season run.

In the meantime, the duo have worked with Adult Swim on several other projects, including the “Awesome Show” spin-off “Check It Out!

Individually, Heidecker’s Adult Swim series “Decker” is returning for a third season on July 16, and Wareheim appeared in the recently released second season of “Master of None.”.

The duo also screened a new episode from the upcoming second season of “Bedtime Stories,” titled “Baklava,” during their live show. »

Texas mom calls for firing of cop who arrested her teen sons

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Her attorney, Kim T. Cole, said the officers insinuated that the charges against Nelson's sons would be dropped if she agreed.

A spokesman for the group, Dominique Alexander, said Nelson's phone was backed up to the cloud, which enabled her to let the group post the video.

It also wants the charges to be dropped against the two boys and for any property to be returned, including Nelson's phone. »

Jimmy Carter back to building homes in Canada after after being treated for dehydration

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Carter, 92, was discharged earlier in the morning from St. Boniface General Hospital, where he was treated "as a precaution" for dehydration, Carter spokeswoman Deanna Congileo said.

"He and Mrs. Carter extend their appreciation for the many well-wishes he received worldwide," Congileo said in a statement.

The Carters were in Edmonton, where Habitat for Humanity is building 75 homes, from Monday to Wednesday before coming to Winnipeg. »

Brazil to open up 860,000 acres of protected Amazon rainforest to logging, mining and farming

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The Brazilian environment ministry is proposing the release of 860,000 acres in the National Forest of Jamanxim for agricultural use, mining and logging.

Around 27 percent of the national forest would be converted into an APA, the ministry said.

According to the ministry, the bill includes stipulations to reduce conflicts over land, prevent deforestation and create jobs. »