After Kenyan University Students Mistook Explosions for a Terrorist Attack, Nearly 150 People Injured, 1 Dead in Stampede



One student was killed and 141 injured Sunday in a stampede at a university in the Kenyan capital after students mistook a series of accidental explosions for a terrorist attack, a university official said.

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Trust Travel – Queen of the South

Sons Supporters Trust

Our final away day of what has been a remarkable season is a trip to Dumfries and Palmerston Park, home of Queen of the South.

We will be running a fans bus to this match, and if you’d like to book, now’s your chance!

To book, leave a comment on this post, or call Tommy Hughes on 07710 771341.

You can also pick up your awards bash tickets from Denise when travelling on the bus. Cost is just £5 per person.

£8 for members, £11 for non-members, departure time 12:00pm. Dressing up is optional!!

See you there? Hope so. #supportoursons

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Why I Moved To Adobe Creative Cloud

Tiana Feng

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For the first time in 10 years, I bought a legitimate and updated copy of Adobe Photoshop. In the past, I’ve always had either versions that came with cameras or less than reliable versions I’ve downloaded from the internet. I decided to subscribe to the photography package that includes Adobe Photshop CC and Lightroom 5 for $10/month.

Even though people criticized Adobe’s move to the Cloud I found many advantages:

$10 month is affordable. In the past, each iteration of Photoshop would cost like $500. Even previous copies of Lightroom costed around $200 on it’s own. At $10 a month, this would only be $120 year. I feel that the only people who complain about this pricing are people who’ve probably never bought it in the past.

It will always be the most updated copy. For $120 year you can always have the most updated version instead of forking…

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