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Streams of stars reveal the galaxy’s violent history—and perhaps its unseen dark matter Stellar streams, Minn. that he was happy with Minnesota’s results"We had a very very strong second place and it is going to continue" he told hundreds of chanting supporters"When the dust settles" the libertarian said there is a good chance of getting many Minnesota delegatesRomney speaking in Denver said he still expects to be the GOP nomineeHowever he admitted "this was a good night for Rick Santorum"Like Santorum and Paul Romney spent most of his speech — more subdued than the other two — attacking ObamaSantorum campaign official Chuck Laudner in St Paul said no state is a "must win" but campaigns are looking to "continue to grow your base"After a delayed win in Iowa Santorum has built up his campaign coffers Laudner said so he can compete in states where he needs money to buy television commercialsAll four GOP hopefuls made Minnesota stops in the past few days after all but ignoring the state earlierSantorum spoke in Blaine north of Minneapolis Tuesday afternoon urging Minnesota Republicans to not "settle for second best" He told supporters that Romney may have a lot of money in his campaign but he is not inspiringThe ex-senator won the last month’s Iowa caucuses after a recount but a lack of money kept him from being as competitive in the following caucuses and primariesThe only candidate staying in Minnesota after the caucuses was Paul who attended Coon Rapids and Maple Grove caucuses in the northwestern Twin Cities area before attending a post-caucus rally in Golden ValleyPaul spent the most time in Minnesota before the caucuses hoping to make the state his first win He finished fourth four years agoRomney leads the race nationally after several primary and caucus wins but he is not the conservatives’ favoriteThe GOP presidential delegate count stands at Romney 101; Gingrich 32; Santorum 17; and Paul nine with 1144 delegates needed to win the nominationIn Eagan last week Romney attacked President Barack Obama but did not mention his GOP opponents by name He compared their long government tenures to his business backgroundGingrich is the second-place candidate nationally but polls show he carries high unfavorable marksThe former speaker has been relentless in his attacks on Romney in particular In a Bloomington speech Monday night he compared himself to Ronald ReaganSince none of the three Tuesday events carried any delegates with them many national commentators — and some in Minnesota — questioned their importance"Breathless anticipation builds 4 tonight’s straw poll contest which has no value and is non-binding in the selection of the next President" state Rep Pat "Garofalo R-Farmington tweeted Tuesday afternoonNate Silver of The New York Times wrote Tuesday that the Minnesota Colorado and Missouri contests "provide an important test of how robust Mitt Romney’s coalition is on less favorable terrain than in states like New Hampshire or Nevada And they could potentially revitalize the campaign of one of Mr Romney’s opponents Rick Santorum"The Republican National Committee even distributed a news release pointing out none of Tuesday’s three contests awarded delegatesCommentators who say Minnesota and Colorado caucuses are important point to the fact that they are similar to Iowa’s process which always gains international attend for monthsMinnesota GOP Chairman Pat Shortridge said his office has talked to international media and national media have reported on the state caucusesPeter Passi of the Duluth News Tribune Ryan Johnson of the Grand Forks Herald and Ryan McGaughey of the Worthington Daily Globe contributed to this story Davis is the Minnesota State Capitol Bureau correspondent for Forum Communications which owns the HeraldThe Flag Officer Commanding Western Naval Command Apapa Lagos Sylvanus Abbah has warned that terrorists can exploit the gridlock on the Apapa bridges to attack Lagos He complained that the enormity of the traffic would hinder immediate response from security agencies if there was an emergency around the area Abbah stated this on Wednesday during an interactive session with stakeholders at the command on perennial gridlock on the Apapa Dockyard Road and neighbouring routes caused by tankers and trailers The naval boss called for drastic measures from all the stakeholders to decongest the gridlock and avert security and safety threats it posed Abbah issued the drivers 48hours to remove the trucks on the Apapa bridges to ease traffic He said “Nigeria is going through a lot of trying times now Terrorists may strike anytime in any part of the country without you predicting “We have to take adequate measures to prevent such from happening Some of the vehicles have been parked on the bridges for two or three weeks with some of them carrying loads “The terrorists and other enemies of Nigeria could easily use this opportunity So many tankers are parked along the road; if any of them is set ablaze you know what will happen to the rest “When the Chief of Naval Staff visited Lagos the other time we were trapped in the traffic for over 30 minutes even with the sirens He asked me what would happen if a pregnant woman who is about giving birth is faced with this traffic situation So many people have lost their lives in this traffic jam “One of the constitutional roles of the military is to protect key national assets including the bridges If we need to enforce the laws of the land we have to work hand-in-hand with the state government to ensure that sanity is restored” Joakim Eskildsen for TIME Juan Lara, Umaru Abubakar Manko, we are more afraid that they will be stopped by a cop than we are hopeful that they will be helped by a cop. but the trouble was multiplied inside the Stade Vélodrome after the final whistle blew in the England vs Russia match, in a new PSA.

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