“If we had reached the stage of civil fighting or civil war, the army wouldn’t have been able to stand against it or prevent its consequences,” el-Sissi said. The military has been waging a battle against what it describes as terrorists in Sinai, with officials worried the violence there could breed an insurgency in other parts of the country. At least 375 people were injured in Sunday’s fighting, MENA reported, citing Health Ministry official Khalid al-Khatib. Many of those killed were in Cairo and Giza, both the sites of pro-Morsi sit-ins that were broken up by security forces in August leaving hundreds killed.
In terms of downloadable goodies, 18 of the 33 promised titles are digital and will be made available between the console’s launch and the end of the year, Most if not all are available elsewhere, even if that means other PlayStation consoles or PC: “Flower,” “Hohokum,” “DC Universe Online,” “Planetside 2,” “Blacklight Retribution,” “Pinball Arcade” and “Minecraft” among them, PlayStation 4 launch games:Assassin’s Creed IV bridesmaid slippers, bridal flats, wedding flats, bridesmaids flats, wedding slippers, ballet flats, foldable flats, party slipp Black FlagBattlefield 4Call of Duty: GhostsDriveClubFIFA 14Just Dance 2014Killzone: Shadow FallKnackLEGO Marvel Super HeroesMadden NFL 25NBA 2K14NBA LIVE 14Need for Speed: RivalsSkylanders: Swap ForceWatch Dogs..
Native Plant Society Talk: Jim Howard of the California Native Plant Society presents “A Thriving Ecosystem in Your Garden,” a talk and slide show how to convert your garden into a wildlife habitat. Dec. 12, 7-8:30 p.m. Cupertino Community Hall, 10350 Torre Ave., Cupertino. Military Officers Association of America: The Silicon Valley chapter holds a luncheon meeting on the third Thursday of the month. For more information, visit www.siliconvalleymoaa.org or call 408.245.2217. Sons in Retirement: SIR is a nonprofit organization providing social opportunities for retired men. The organization offers activities including monthly luncheons with guest speakers. No dues or assessments collected, just the cost of the lunch. The group meets the second Thursday of the month. Those interested are invited to call 408.252.9254.
Seven mainstage concerts are on the schedule at the Center for Performing Arts at Menlo-Atherton, as follows, This year’s festival includes four Carte Blanche recitals at Menlo-Atherton, including “The Russian Piano” featuring Bax and Chung (July 17, 6 p.m.), “The Russian Violin” with Alexander Sitkovetsky and Chung (July 24, 6 p.m.), “The Russian Quartet” featuring the Calidore String Quartet (July 26, 8 p.m.) and “The Russian Cello” with Finckel bridesmaid slippers, bridal flats, wedding flats, bridesmaids flats, wedding slippers, ballet flats, foldable flats, party slipp and Wu Han (July 31, 6 p.m.) The schedule also includes Café Conversations, “Encounters” talks, Master Classes, Prelude Performances, Young Performers concerts and more..
In 1985, Bernard became the 28th person to join the newly established Sequoia High School Alumni Association. Still an active member, she served as historian, corresponding secretary, and reunion representative from 1985 to 1996. In 1997, her title was changed to administrative secretary but her duties remain the same. Bernard was a volunteer at the Redwood City Public Library for 23 years. In fact, she put the first book on the shelf of the Friends of the Redwood City Library Bookstore, which is run by volunteers at the downtown library at 1044 Middlefield Road.