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accused security agencies of continued harassment of the Senate and Senators. officials said Thursday, but a number of traits make humans stand out from our predecessors. rosemary,Muzaffarnagar: A youth was beaten up by a mob after he and his friend allegedly tried to abduct a 17-year-old police said on Monday. The incident took place on Sundayevening in Muzaffarnagar’s Bhopa village Police said as per a complaint lodged by the girl’s father his daughter was abducted and later rescued by people from the youth’s car The mob intercepted the car and thrashed one of the accused The other managed to escape Station House Officer V P Singh said The injured youth was admitted to a hospital Security personnel were deployed in the village to thwart any untoward incident the officer said A Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast in Imphal Manipur on Wednesday afternoon killed two Border Security Force jawans and injured two civilians according to ANI Representational image PTI According to CNN News18 the blast occurred near the main road of the BSF sector headquarters Koirengi campus killing the two men on duty Speaking to Scroll Imphal East Police chief K Meghachandra said "Two jawans succumbed to their injuries in the hospital while a woman and a shopkeeper has been injured in the attack" None of Manipur’s militant groups have claimed the attack so far the report added This is the second attack on security personnel in a week in the state On Tuesday a jawan of Assam Rifles was injured as two grenades were lobbed at the office of the military unit by unidentified men in Imphal Last year four people including an Assam Rifles jawan were injured in an IED explosion in a busy commercial locality of Imphal In November 2017 an IED bomb blast in Chandel district of Manipur near the India-Myanmar border killed two Assam Rifles jawans namely Indra Singh and Sohalal The explosion also led to the deaths of six others With inputs from agencies Gould was a junior at Carlton High School having transferred from Wrenshall this year Wrenshall superintendent Kim Belcastro said Monday that Gould was “a great kid Really just liked and respected by students and staff This is a huge loss for the communities of both Wrenshall and Carlton”Gould 16 was eastbound in a Ford Taurus at about 12:15 pm Friday on a curve on Carlton County Road 1 near Leimer Road when he lost control on the icy snow-covered road according to Sgt Doug Juntunen of the Carlton County Sheriff’s OfficeGould’s vehicle collided with a westbound Ford Escape driven by Julie Jacobson 29 of Moose LakeGould was taken by ambulance to Essentia Health-St Mary’s Medical Center in Duluth where he later died from injuries sustained in the crashJacobson suffered minor injuries Two children in her car ages 5 and 3 did not require medical attentionProper seat belt and child restraint systems were in place in both vehicles and in use Juntunen said Road and weather conditions were believed to be factors in the accident he saidPaul DeVall coached Gould in baseball last school year at Wrenshall On Monday he called Gould a “protector” and a “great teammate”“He cared about others He would stand for the kids that others wouldn’t stand with” said DeVall also pastor for Sonlife Community Church in WrenshallHe said about 100 kids from both Wrenshall and Carlton gathered at the Wrenshall school Monday afternoon to talk also speaking with Gould’s family“The kids are hurting but they’ve come together in supporting one another and encouraging each other” DeVall saidCounseling was available to students and staff at the school and would continue to be available in coming days Belcastro said noting a celebration of life for Gould will be held at 11 am Saturday at the Encounter youth center in DuluthJana Hollingsworth and John Lundy of the News Tribune staff contributed to this reportFundraiserA fundraiser to help Nathan Gould’s family with funeral expenses can be found online at gofundmecom/2e-nathans-funeral-expensesThey’re optimistic that congressional efforts to ease restrictions on exports will go well tooKlobuchar and Emmer held a conference call with the news media Monday afternoon The two spoke from Cuba where they’re part of a trade mission with President Barack ObamaKlobuchar and Emmer are leading sponsors of proposed Senate and House legislation that would lift the current US trade embargo on Cuba and allow more US exports thereThere’s a "real possibility" that Congress could act on the legislation by the end of the year Emmer said"The public is overwhelming with us on this issue" with the task now to persuade legislators to support lifting trade embargoes Klobuchar said"It’s a member-by-member issue in Congress" she saidUpper Midwest farmers and ranchers stress the importance of increasing agricultural exports to Cuba The island-nation of 11 million people just 90 miles from US shores imports many of the foods grown in this part of the country including corn poultry soybeans barley dry beans and lentils But the US has been losing market share to other food exporters primarily Brazil Argentina and the European UnionAmerica accounts for only 10 percent of Cuban food imports a percentage that could and should be much higher Klobuchar saidMinnesota already exports $20 million of ag products annually to Cuba a figure that could double or triple she saidNonagricultural businesses in the US would benefit from greater trade too she and Emmer saidObama’s trip to Cuba—the first by a serving US president since 1928—is seen as an important step forward by supporters of greater US ag exports Communists seized power in Cuba in 1959 and the US later imposed an economic embargo on trade with CubaThe two countries have historic ties however Klobuchar mentioned Tony Oliva a baseball player born in Cuba who later starred with the Minnesota TwinsHuman rights concernsCritics complain about what they perceive as violations of human rights by the Cuban governmentEmmer said US efforts to increase trade with Cuba gives America more leverage to address those concernsCuba is making progress on human rights and greater exposure to American products and ideals would further that Klobuchar said "We have to look at these things as one step at a time and not make perfection the enemy of the good" she saidShe and Emmer said the Cuban people are excited by Obama’s visit"They’re lining the streets even in the rain yesterday to greet us" Klobuchar said CAN, He added that their leaders came to the public to make their grievances known. 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