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Hurry, the $18 Crock-Pot with 7,000 5-star reviews is back on Amazon

Hurry, the $  18 Crock-Pot with 7,000 5-star reviews is back on AmazonIf you want a great multi-use cooker that can perform all sorts of great cooking functions, there are plenty of options out there. The Instant Pot DUO60 is the most popular one, and Crock-Pot has a comparable model that's even more affordable. But if you just want a no-fuss slow cooker, then you don't have to spend anywhere close to $ 100. In fact, if you grab the Crock-Pot SCR300-SS 3-Quart Manual Slow Cooker right now while it's back in stock and on sale at a discount, you'll only pay $ 18.49!

Here's some additional info from the product page:

* Serves 3+ people. 3-quart capacity
* High/Low cook settings, and convenient Warm setting
* Crock-Pot features removable, dishwasher-safe stoneware insert, and dishwasher-safe glass lid
* Polished silver, stainless steel exterior with black accents and plastic handles
* Recipes included



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Hurry, the $18 Crock-Pot with 7,000 5-star reviews is back on Amazon

Hurry, the $  18 Crock-Pot with 7,000 5-star reviews is back on AmazonIf you want a great multi-use cooker that can perform all sorts of great cooking functions, there are plenty of options out there. The Instant Pot DUO60 is the most popular one, and Crock-Pot has a comparable model that's even more affordable. But if you just want a no-fuss slow cooker, then you don't have to spend anywhere close to $ 100. In fact, if you grab the Crock-Pot SCR300-SS 3-Quart Manual Slow Cooker right now while it's back in stock and on sale at a discount, you'll only pay $ 18.49!

Here's some additional info from the product page:

* Serves 3+ people. 3-quart capacity
* High/Low cook settings, and convenient Warm setting
* Crock-Pot features removable, dishwasher-safe stoneware insert, and dishwasher-safe glass lid
* Polished silver, stainless steel exterior with black accents and plastic handles
* Recipes included



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US plans to withdraw 7,000 troops from Afghanistan

US plans to withdraw 7,000 troops from AfghanistanThe US plans to dramatically cut troop levels in Afghanistan as President Donald Trump reshapes America’s foreign commitments and fulfills long-standing promises to bring military forces home. The Pentagon will withdraw 7,000 of about 14,000 troops in Afghanistan, according to a US defence official. The decision emerged a day after Trump said he would pull US forces from Syria, a move most of his national security team had opposed for months. And it comes as Defense Secretary Jim Mattis announced plans to resign, citing differences with Trump over the value of America’s alliances and leadership in the world. Trump has long criticised the 17-year-old war in Afghanistan, the longest military conflict in US history and one that has cost about 2,300 American lives. He only reluctantly agreed to his military advisers’ request to allow about 4,000 more troops to be sent to the country last year. Since American troops first arrived in Afghanistan in the aftermath of the Sept 11, 2001 terror attacks, the US has appropriated about $ 126 billion for relief and reconstruction, including $ 78 billion for security, according to a July report from a Pentagon watchdog. Yet the US presence and funding couldn’t prevent conditions on the ground from deteriorating. US Defense Secretary James Mattis and senior advisor Sally Donnelly arrive via helicopter at Resolute Support headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan April 24, 2017 Credit:  JONATHAN ERNST/Reuters According to the Pentagon watchdog’s reports, the Kabul government’s grip on the country has been consistently shrinking, civilian deaths have been rising and the production of poppy used to make heroin was surging. Publicly, Trump’s national security team has said its approach was effective. During a trip to Afghanistan in July, Secretary of State Michael Pompeo insisted that Trump’s strategy to fight the Taliban was working. Those thoughts were similar to those shared by Mattis, who earlier this year called Afghanistan a “tough fight” but said the American effort “is working from our perspective.” There was an acknowledgement, however, that American firepower could only go so far. The newest commander on the ground, General Scott Miller, said in an October interview with NBC News that the conflict “is not going to be won militarily.” “My assessment is the Taliban also realises they cannot win militarily,” Miller told NBC. “So if you realise you can’t win militarily at some point, fighting is just – people start asking why.” Trump’s decision came hours after the Pentagon published a new quarterly report on Afghanistan that described the military situation as of Nov 30 as being at “an impasse.” The arrival of additional US advisers this year helped slow “the momentum of a Taliban march that had capitalised on US draw-downs between 2011 and 2016,” it said. Afghan forces “remain in control of most of Afghanistan’s population centers and all of the provincial capitals, while the Taliban control large portions of Afghanistan’s rural areas, and continue to attack poorly defended government checkpoints and rural district centers,” it said. The decision to withdraw forces comes as the US tries to broker talks aimed at bringing a more lasting peace to Afghanistan. American officials held talks with Taliban representatives in the United Arab Emirates this week, joined by officials from Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and the UAE. One sticking point has been the Taliban’s refusal to talk directly with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani’s government, saying doing so would be a “waste of time” because they see his government as illegitimate.



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7,000 pairs of shoes honor memory of children lost to gun violence

7,000 pairs of shoes honor memory of children lost to gun violenceGun control activists and volunteers lay out about 7,000 pairs of shoes on the U.S. Capitol lawn as a makeshift memorial to American children killed by gun violence.



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Calling Her The 'Real Hero,' Retiree Gives $7,000 Reward To Kidnapped Teen He Rescued

Calling Her The 'Real Hero,' Retiree Gives $  7,000 Reward To Kidnapped Teen He RescuedWhen Earl Melchert was handed a $ 7,000 reward last week for rescuing an abducted teenager, he immediately and “without hesitation” gave his windfall to the girl he saved.



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7,000 Syrian refugees and fighters return home from Lebanon

7,000 Syrian refugees and fighters return home from LebanonBEIRUT (AP) — More than a hundred buses carrying thousands of al-Qaida-linked fighters and Syrian refugees drove down a dirt road from Lebanon into Syria on Wednesday, in what was the last phase of an exchange deal between Syria's al-Qaida branch and Lebanon's militant Hezbollah group.



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Officials say 7,000 Islamic State affiliates remain in Iraq

Officials say 7,000 Islamic State affiliates remain in IraqBAGHDAD (AP) — High-ranking Iraqi security officials say up to 7,000 Islamic State group affiliates remain in Iraq after the fall of Mosul, where the group's leader declared the self-styled caliphate three years ago.



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98-Year-Old Has Written Nearly 7,000 Letters To Troops Overseas: 'I am Going To Write As Long as I Can'

98-Year-Old Has Written Nearly 7,000 Letters To Troops Overseas: 'I am Going To Write As Long as I Can'She started writing the letters to her son during the Vietnam War.



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HIV, hepatitis tests urged for 7,000 Oklahoma dental patients

By Steve Olafson OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) – A Tulsa, Oklahoma, health center on Saturday began drawing blood samples from patients who may have been exposed to viruses at an oral surgery dental clinic that is under investigation. As many as 7,000 of Dr. W. Scott Harrington’s patients are being notified by letter that health officials recommend they be tested for hepatitis and HIV. The investigation began when one of Harrington’s patients tested positive for HIV and Hepatitis C. …
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Oklahoma warns 7,000 dental patients of HIV, hepatitis risk

By Steve Olafson OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) – Health officials are notifying some 7,000 people to warn they may have been exposed to HIV and other infectious diseases at an Oklahoma dental practice where improper sterilization procedures and rusty surgical tools were discovered, authorities said. The investigation was launched after a patient of Dr. Wayne Scott Harrington of Tulsa was diagnosed with hepatitis C and HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, according to a complaint filed against the oral surgeon. …
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