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Tuesday July 6th, 2021 morning edition

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The U.S. left Afghanistan's Bagram Airfield after nearly 20 years, winding up its "forever war," in the night, without notifying the new Afghan commander until more than two hours after they slipped away.

Vehicles are parked at Bagram Airfield after the American military left the base, in Parwan province north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, July 5, 2021.

BAGRAM, Afghanistan (AP) — The U.S. left Afghanistan’s Bagram Airfield after nearly 20 years by shutting off the electricity and slipping away in the night without notifying the base’s new Afghan commander, who discovered the Americans’ departure more than two hours after they left, Afghan military officials said.

He said the the U.S. called from the Kabul airport and said “we are here at the airport in Kabul.”.

Ammunition for weapons not being left behind for the Afghan military was blown up before they left.

We have to secure our country and once again build our country with our own hands,” he said. »

‘Killing spree’: Wisconsin’s wolf population plunges after protections removed, study finds

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Agency biologists have long argued that the predator has recovered from persecution that nearly wiped it out by the mid-20th century.

But environmental and animal-rights groups contend the move was premature because wolves have not returned to most of their historical range.

Treves said his conclusions were justified by a variety of wolf population and social science data. »

Shanny snub resulted in Vaive attack

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As a 14-year-old in 1983, Brendan Shanahan approached Leafs star Rick Vaive for an autograph.

"When I was 14 years old I was skating in the summertime at a rink in Toronto," recalled the Mimico native.

"Rick Vaive happened to be skating at an adjoining rink and we were actually in dressing rooms that were right next to each other. »

COVID-19: Almost all coronavirus rules - including face masks and home-working - to be ditched on 19 July, PM says

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Image: Legal requirements on wearing masks and social distancing are set to be ditched.

Labour accused the government of being "reckless" by aiming to remove the majority of measures in two weeks' time, while Mr Johnson was criticised for scrapping legal requirements on face masks.

"To throw off all protections at the same time when the infection rate is still going up is reckless," he said. »

A Missouri woman didn't want a COVID-19 vaccine for fear of side effects. She caught the Delta variant and died.

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A woman who turned down a COVID-19 vaccine utimately caught the disease and died.

A Missouri woman who refused to get a COVID-19 vaccine because she was afraid of its side effects died in hospital last month after contracting the Delta variant, her mother told local news outlets.

Her mother, Deborah Carmichael, told local media that Jones was concerned about the vaccine after hearing "a lot of horror stories.". »