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Nov 25, 201311:40 AM

Cheat Sheet: November 23-24--Weekend Roundup

Israel calls Iran nuclear deal a “historic mistake”

The Israeli government called the deal reached with Iran over its nuclear program a “historic mistake,” saying it only showed a nuclear program that’s still capable of producing a bomb. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the agreement endangered Israel, adding the nation is not bound by the international community’s nuclear deal and reserves the right to defend itself. Netanyahu continued by saying, “Today the world became a much more dangerous place because the most dangerous regime in the world made a significant step in obtaining the most dangerous weapons in the world.” (Source)

Catching Fire scores $307.7 million globally on opening weekend

The Hunger Games’ sequel, Catching Fire, scored the top November opening of all time, raking in $307.7 million on its opening weekend. The movie is already a much bigger player overseas than the first film and is doing double the business of Hunger Games overall and even more in key markets including Russia. (Source)

Electric space heater sparks Portsmouth fire

An electric space heater sparked a fire in Portsmouth Sunday around 8 p.m. in the 1700 block of Holladay Street. The accidental fire was contained to the apartment where it started. Two adults are being helped by the Red Cross. (Source)

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