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Eagleman has set up an online fundraising account to help Norma Sorace care for her grandchildren. “We’re working hard to give them something so that they can start their new life with grandma,” she said. This week, two months since the incident, doctors want to meet with Norma Sorace and Rachel’s father to discuss options for the future. “(Rachel) does open her eyes in response to any kind of movement,” said her mother, adding that the nurses will put the phone to Rachel’s ear and she opens her eyes when she hears her family’s voices. “The hospital is telling us that she’s not responsive, but I think she’s still in there.” To donate to the Sorace family, visit gofundme.com/Norma-Sorace Woman donates money to Spearfish area Before Doris Shipley died earlier this year, the centenarian was one of the most well-known residents of Spearfish. She served as the librarian at Spearfish junior and senior high schools and was active in her church and numerous organizations around town. She was giving with not just her time, but also her money. “She was very benevolent. She gave to charities and her family and she spread it out,” said Linda L.
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Overall, the Israeli strategy is not going to change. Theyre committed to this mission, he said. Though, in the future, Francona said, the Israelis are going to have to make some sort of accommodation to get this guy back. In 2006, Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit was captured. He was released some five years later in exchange for more than a thousand Palestinian prisoners. Gaza battles deadliest day for both sides Eighty-seven Palestinians died, at least 60 of them in Israels assault on the town of Shajaia, the Gaza Health Ministry said. The IDF said 13 soldiers were killed. At a news conference, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed the countrys deep pain at the loss of the soldiers.
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Israel to expand ground offensive against Hamas in Gaza – CNN.com
“We all end up in the grave. It’s more honorable to die at home.” As dangerous as Beit Lahya is, people are fleeing there from places that are worse. 1,770 rockets — 2,300 strikes Since Operation Protective Edge began, militants in Gaza have launched 1,770 rockets, the IDF said in a statement Saturday. The Israeli rocket defense system Iron Dome has intercepted 360 of them. The IDF has struck “2,300 terror targets” in Gaza, the statement said. In its recently launched ground operations, the IDF targeted 95 rocket-launching sites and found 13 tunnels with a network of at least 34 shafts. The Israeli military said late Saturday that since its ground war began Thursday, at least 70 “terrorists” were killed, including 20 in the past 24 hours.
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