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Death toll from South Carolina floods rises to 14

Carroll of Waccamaw Lake Drive pulls boat carrying neighbors Woodward, Woodward and Desjardins in ConwayFourteen people have died amid historic rainfall in South Carolina, the state's governor said on Tuesday, as residents grappled with the damage wrought by flooding on their homes, roads and water supply. "We are still in the mode that the next 36 to 48 hours will be volatile," Governor Nikki Haley said. "Don’t let the sunshine fool you." Emergency management officials said about 300 state-maintained roads and 160 bridges remained closed.

A guide to watching sports if you don't have cable

FILE- In this Jan. 5, 2015, file photo, Joe Clayton, president and CEO of Dish Network, introduces the Sling TV, a live television streaming service, at a news conference at the International CES in Las Vegas. The online service carries ESPN and ESPN2, which show a slew of professional, college and other sports. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)NEW YORK (AP) — It's football season, and baseball playoffs are starting. Don't have cable? You can still watch.

Post-war trauma endangers peacebuilding, economic growth: experts

Boys walk behind patrolling soldiers in BujumburaBy Alex Whiting LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Traumatised by his experiences as a child soldier in South Sudan, 14-year-old Peter decided to settle an argument with two other children by taking an AK-47 from the local military barracks to shoot them. Peter, whose name has been changed to protect his identity, was one of nearly 1,800 children being reintegrated into their communities after their release earlier this year from the South Sudan Democratic Army Cobra Faction in eastern Jonglei state. Counsellor Shaun Collins, who has recently returned to Britain after six months as a leader on the U.N. children's agency (UNICEF) programme which helped release and reintegrate the children, decided to not to offer Peter formal therapy.     Short of time and resources, Collins thought it better to teach the boy techniques to help him calm down, and draw in community elders, family, social workers and his teacher to help him change his behaviour.

Federal investigators head to Florida to probe ship lost in hurricane

Debris is seen in the water from the El Faro search area in this handout photo provided by the US Coast GuardBy Barbara Liston JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Reuters) - Deep waters may complicate efforts to find out what happened to a U.S. container ship lost at sea during Hurricane Joaquin, a federal safety investigator said on Tuesday, as a search and rescue mission for 32 missing crew stretched into a sixth day. NTSB member Bella Dinh-Zarr said the investigation would be difficult given the ship sank in an unknown location, possibly in 15,000-feet (4,750-meter) deep waters. The U.S. Coast Guard said the body of one presumed crew member was recovered.

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