Student journalist films Yemen protests at U.S. Embassy

Student journalist Mohammed Bahashwan had a first-hand view of Thursday’s protest at the U.S. Embassy in Yemen, using his cell phone to capture video of the chaotic scene.
“The situation escalated little by little,” said Bahashwan, a 24-year-old journalism student who studied at Washington State University this summer. “It started to be very wild, very chaotic and violent.”

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Murder victims honored with vigil, memorial display

In observance of the “National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims”, the Spokane County Victim/Witness Unit has announced it will hold a vigil on Sept.19 in the County Commissioner’s Hearing Room on the lower level of the Public Works Building (1026 W. Broadway Ave.) from 5:30-7 p.m.

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Finding pathways to peace

Peace is a short word with a complex meaning. It’s a word that a group of about 30 people spent discussing Wednesday evening at Chairs Coffee for Peace Conversations Cafe, the kick-off event for the Pathways to Peace project.

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