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This has been a very interesting and unsettling year in the news It was interesting to read about ways the country had to cope with tragedy This country has gone through so many changes in the past year The economy has been in a slum and the entire world has been suffering from it We are at a constant and continuous war on terrorism When the sniper shot the boy from Maryland the world was in shock We had been slapped with a sad reality Could we handle the unsettling events of everyday life Unsettling in the way that almost everyday there is a story about who killed who and what country is bombing what This current events log is full of stories that will shock disturb and make you think about the state of the world today It came across my mind to do current events that would make me think I could sit and write about what new proposition has been proposed but that wouldnt be interesting Boredom proves nothing when nobody cares With these current events written we can all realize that we as a world change with each killing every bomb blasted and every drop of blood shed The most interesting stories I had written upon were those that made me ask the question Can I handle life In Jamaica a group of gunmen shot at crowds of shoppers killing five and wounding 15 They had no apparent motives other than to have a good time In another story police had found the burnt body of a priest who had been shot to death and set on fire in his own church But the most interesting piece of news I came across was a story about a 6-year-old-boy from Brooklyn The family had just sat down for Christmas Eve dinner when the boy vomited at the table His mother struck him countless times with her hand and even
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