Southern California: Man Rents Garden Sheds in His Backyard for $750/Month






Southern California: Man Rents Garden Sheds in His Backyard for $750/Month


April 4th, 2018

Via: Craig’s List:

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Trump Says He Will Put U.S. Military on Southern Border






Trump Says He Will Put U.S. Military on Southern Border


April 3rd, 2018

Via: The Hill:

President Trump said Tuesday that he plans to deploy U.S. troops along the southern border to prevent illegal crossings.

“Until we have the wall, we are going to be guarding our border with our military. That’s a big step,â€� Trump told reporters at the White House.

Defense Secretary James Mattis was sitting next to Trump when he made his comments.

Such a move would significantly escalate the U.S. presence along the frontier with Mexico. The U.S. Border Patrol — not the military — is tasked with protecting the border.















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Re: Israel army trying to ‘drive Palestinians out’ in southern Hebron Hills, says NGO

The Israeli army is imposing “harsh travel restrictions” in an effort to “drive Palestinians out” in the southern Hebron Hills area of the occupied West Bank, according to human rights NGO B’Tselem.

Since the beginning of November 2017, B’Tselem says, Israeli occupation forces have targeted Palestinian communities of Masafer Yatta with restrictions including road blocks, and then “deep, wide ditches” that “prevent any sort of accesses by vehicle” on “several roads in the area”.

These movement restrictions compel Palestinian residents “to walk long distances, sometimes in harsh weather, or to drive along rough routes that damage their cars and cannot be used to transport bulk goods.”

“The [Palestinian] residents of Masafer Yatta have been suffering incessant harassment by Israel for decades,” says the Israeli rights group.

Israel does not allow them to connect to infrastructure and repeatedly demolishes their homes, in an attempt to drive them out of the area.

“Forcible transfer of residents constitutes a war crime,” B’Tselem added.

Such forcible transfer can be said to have occurred, the group continues, “even if the residents of these communities leave their homes, supposedly of their own volition, due to the unbearable living conditions that Israel’s policy is forcing upon them”.

Read: Life under occupation in Hebron



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Hamas official injured as car explodes in southern Lebanon – Lebanese TV

A blast destroyed a car in the southern Lebanese city of Sidon, injuring a member of the Palestinian group Hamas, Al-Manar TV reported. Identified as Mohamed Hamdan, also known as Abu Hamza, the man has been taken to the hospital with “slight injuries.” Pictures from the scene show a BMW ripped from explosion, with fire and black smoke rising into the sky.

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Firefighter Killed Battling Thomas Fire In Southern California, Officials Say

A firefighter was killed battling the monstrous Thomas Fire in Southern California, officials said on Thursday. The unnamed man was an engineer with Cal Fire and based in San Diego.

“I am very saddened to report that a firefighter fatality has occurred on the Thomas Incident,” Chief Ken Pimlott, director of Cal Fire, said in a statement. “Please join me in keeping our fallen firefighter and his loved ones in your prayers and all the responders on the front lines in your thoughts as they continue to work under extremely challenging conditions.”

Pimlott said the man’s family and his unit had been notified.

The Thomas Fire, a behemoth that has scorched some 242,500 acres over the past week, quickly became the fourth-largest fire in California state history. Fire officials initially struggled to contain the blaze as it was spurred on by ferocious winds. As of Wednesday morning, it had reached 30 percent containment, with officials expecting to have the fire fully contained by early January.

More than 8,000 firefighters were dispatched to fight the Thomas Fire, including 1,200 from other states, but the resurgence in strong winds had officials worried the blaze could gain new life on Thursday.

Around 18,000 structures are still under threat from the flames, and nearly 1,000 have already been destroyed.

The National Weather Service had a Red Flag Warning in effect for much of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties through Friday morning, warning that some areas could see gusts up to 55 mph.

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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First Fatality In Southern California Wildfires Confirmed

Medical officials confirmed the first fire-related fatality in Southern California’s most recent spate of wildfires to HuffPost on Saturday.

Virginia Pesola, 70, of Santa Paula was found in a car that had crashed along an evacuation route in Ventura County ― north of Los Angeles ― on Wednesday night, a representative for the county medical examiner’s office said. Her cause of death is listed as blunt force trauma along with terminal smoke inhalation and heat-related injuries.

The blaze devouring Ventura County, known as the Thomas Fire, is currently the largest out of several wildfires raging in the region, burning through over 148,000 acres so far and requiring use of 575 fire engines to help contain it. 

Evacuation orders were lifted for portions of the area on Saturday, however, as the blaze reached 15 percent containment. More than 530 structures have been destroyed and 118 damaged. 

The Thomas Fire burns near Ojai, California, on Dec. 8. (Marcus Yam via Getty Images)The Thomas Fire burns near Ojai, California, on Dec. 8. (Marcus Yam via Getty Images)

High winds and low humidity have sparked at least five other, smaller fires across Southern California this week that have continued to burn into the weekend. Shifting breezes have made it difficult to predict the direction of the blazes, which have produced images of apocalyptic landscapes torn apart by flames.

A man walks along Ventura Avenue as the Thomas fire leaves behind smoke on Dec. 8. (Wally Skalij via Getty Images)A man walks along Ventura Avenue as the Thomas fire leaves behind smoke on Dec. 8. (Wally Skalij via Getty Images)

Firefighters continue to make progress. The Los Angeles Police Department announced Saturday afternoon that two of the region’s other blazes, the Creek and Skirball fires, were contained at 80 percent and 50 percent, respectively.

This has been one of the worst years for California wildfires on record, with more than twice as many acres burned so far in 2017 than in 2016. 

More than 40 people lost their lives in October during a series of Northern California wildfires that are now the state’s deadliest in its history. 

A home is consumed by fire in Ojai, California, on Dec. 7. (Justin Sullivan via Getty Images)A home is consumed by fire in Ojai, California, on Dec. 7. (Justin Sullivan via Getty Images)
  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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Insane southern snow, Öræfajökull caldera deepens, volcanic uptick globally

Snow filled roads Wednesday in Valdez, Alaska.

    

Jackson Mississippi sees highest snowfall since 1982

Record snow blankets Houston and Texas

Snow is falling in Houston, TX, last measurable snow there was 8 years ago.

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Revolutionary Guard Su-22 crashes in southern Iran, pilot killed

A Sukhoi Su-22 warplane of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) went down at 8am local time in Sarvestan in the southern Iranian province of Fars Saturday, killing the pilot, local media reports citing a statement by the IRGC. The jet was conducting exercises when it crashed, it added.

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