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"Diplomacy is obviously everyone's objective but you have to have a willing partner," reporters were told.
The mandate, which was imposed in August 2021, requires all U.S. service members to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
U.S. authorities have for years wanted Snowden returned to the United States to face a criminal trial on espionage charges.
South Dakota Highway Patrol investigating

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Seven 2022 DWU graduates find first full-time job teaching at Mitchell schools this year
A special election will be held Tuesday, Dec. 6.
On Nov. 8, South Dakotans rejected a ballot measure that would have legalized marijuana in the state among anyone 21 years and over. Now, the more than 100 businesses clamoring for a piece of this industry will have to attempt to sustain themselves on a few thousand medical patients.
Concerts, fundraisers among events on tap for last month of the year
Combining Salem Mennonite Home with Freeman Regional Health Services facilities will benefit the public, ensure quality assisted living care, officials say
A rail strike could have frozen almost 30% of U.S. cargo shipments by weight, stoked already surging inflation, cost the American economy as much as $2 billion a day, and stranded millions of rail passengers.

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“A big thing is pedestrian movement. It will allow a safe scenario for them to cross the street,” Schroeder said.
In October, a Connecticut jury ordered Jones and Free Speech Systems, the parent company of Infowars, to pay nearly $1 billion in damages to numerous families of victims of the Sandy Hook shooting.
The ruling from Judge Lawrence Piersol was filed Wednesday in the Southern Division of the U.S. District Court in South Dakota.

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