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GUEST COLUMNIST: The reserved table

Last Tuesday I went by the Veterans Office in the courthouse to return a file concerning the Veterans War Memorial but found the VA office closed. Instead, I ran into Mayor Bailey, who was getting in some lunch-time exercise. He said they would be back around 1:00 p.m. I had to pick up bird seed at Co-op for Mom between then and 1:00 so when my brother called and asked to meet him at Medical Center for lunch, I agreed.

I arrived at the same time as a small group and their table next to ours was obviously reserved. Their food was immediately delivered. Wow. I like that idea. The young couple with the small daughter must have placed that order earlier. That s what I need to do next time. They were all excitedly talking, laughing, and eating while John and I poured over the Home Search magazine.


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Putin Sheds Light on Foreign Security Services’ Activity in Russia

MOSCOW (Sputnik) He said that the Federal Security Service (FSB) in 2016 prevented the activities of 53 staff employees and 386 agents.

“Operative information shows that the activity of foreign special services in Russia does not decrease. Last year, the activity of 53 staff employees and 386 foreign intelligence agents was terminated,” Putin said.

“It’s important to neutralize the attempts of foreign special services to gain access to classified data, first of all, with regard to military-technical potential of our country,” he emphasized.

Russian Security Services Prevented 45 Terrorism-Related Crimes in 2016

MOSCOW (Sputnik) Putin called on the Federal Security Service (FSB) on Thursday to intensify anti-terrorist and anti-extremist activities on the Internet.

“We must continue to actively identify and block the activities of terrorist groups, eliminate their financial base, suppress the activities of emissaries from abroad and subversive activities on the Internet,” Putin said.

“The FSB, along with other law enforcement agencies, under the coordination of the National Anti-Terrorism Committee prevented 45 terrorism-related crimes, including 16 terrorist attacks,” Putin said. In December, the FSB prevented series of terrorist attacks[1] in Moscow planned by Daesh terrorist group. According to the FSB, the attacks were planned by a senior Daesh commander in Turkey who had been put on an international wanted list by Tajik authorities. In December 2016, Putin said at a meeting with senior officers and prosecutors that the FSB prevented 10 terrorist attacks[2] in the first 10 months of 2016.


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