American firefighters got a hero’s welcome in Australia (click arrow on side to see article)

American firefighters got a hero’s welcome when they arrived in Australia to help battle the country’s devastating fires.Travelers at Sydney’s International Airport cheered and clapped Wednesday as the group, with members from across the United States, walked by. Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons of the New South Wales Rural Fire Service posted a video of the scene on social media. Sean Snyder, of Alabama, was part of the group. His wife, Autumn Snyder, was “very humbled” by the response, she told CNN. “It’s so refreshing and gratifying to see them be welcomed and appreciated,” she said.Sean Snyder, an assistant fire management officer for the US Forest Service in Talladega, Alabama, volunteered for the assignment, which will last at least 30 days, his wife said. Snyder was excited to have been chosen, his wife said, even though it will be challenging for them and their three children. “We are a public service family and believe in doing all the good we can,” Autumn Snyder said. “We are super proud of the work he is doing over there.”

Iran Attacks Base's Housing US troops

Iran has launched more than a dozen ballistic missiles against U.S. military and coalition forces, targeting at least two military bases in Iraq. After this Iran Foreign Minister said, it was a act of self-defense. Then he came up with a tweet that said, "The attacks come less than a week after a U.S. drone strike killed the top Iranian military commander, Qassem Soleimani, in Iraq." All of this happened on January 1st.

Farmer Discovers Remains in Field near Ava, Mo.; Sheriff believes tied to missing man

The Douglas County, Mo., Sheriff's Office is investigating remains found on a farm by Chris Degase . The remains were sent to Springfield for an autopsy and DNA testing. Authorities say they believe the remains belong to an Ozark County man that went missing back on Halloween night in 2018.

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