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Behind bright facade, Mississippi coast still battles Katrina demons
The columned facade of Pass Christian's city hall looks out over the Mississippi coastline to a refurbished harbor, a new yacht club and a bar where locals streamed in for sundown cocktails. A few miles west, in the city of Bay St. Louis, tourists strolled through the colorful galleries, antique stores and cafes that dot its quaint main street. Ten years ago this week, the eye of Hurricane Katrina ripped through these two small towns, which face each other across a small bay 60 miles (97 km) east of New Orleans.
UN plans new Libya talks next week in Geneva: official
SKHIRAT, Morocco (Reuters) - The United Nations plans a new round of talks between Libya's warring factions next week in Geneva in an effort to form a unity government and end the country's crisis, a UN spokesman said on Friday. Delegates from Tripoli's self-declared government had dropped out of talks organised in Morocco this week, saying they needed time to form a new negotiating team after a chief member resigned. Representatives of the rival internationally recognized government had been present.
What Real People Think About When They Run
When elite runners were tasked with thinking aloud during an eight-mile run, 32 percent of them thought about how painful running was. "Hill, you're a bitch," was one runner's spoken thought, according to a study published in the International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology in June.Another 40 percent thought about their time and...
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