Helen DeVos, who support health and education causes this in the 90’s
Helen J. DeVos, an improved of western Michigan known to support the health of children Christian education and the Arts, has died at the age of 90.
Her family says in a statement that she died on Wednesday of complications from a stroke following a recent diagnosis of leukemia, myeloid.
DeVos was the husband of rich DeVos, who co-founded direct sales company Amway and the Orlando magic. He says it’s “a wonderful wife and the heart of our family.”
As it was mother in law of the United States Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
Helen DeVos was born in Grand Rapids, where a children’s Hospital named after her.
Amway spokeswoman says in an email to Helen DeVos died in the Grand Rapids area community Ada Township and funeral arrangements are pending.
Taliban attacks kill 58 near wipe out the Afghan army camp
The Taliban have killed at least 58 of the Afghan security forces in a wave of attacks across the country, including the attack that almost spent on the army camp in the southern province of Kandahar, Afghanistan.
The spokesman of Diwan-I-the Minister said in an attack on an army camp late Wednesday, which involved two suicide car bombs set hours of fighting, killed at least 43 soldiers. Nine other soldiers were wounded, six missing, adding that 10 of the attackers were killed.
The Taliban claimed the attack in a media statement.
Elsewhere in Afghanistan, Taliban ambush in northern Balkh province late Wednesday and killed six police, according to Sher Jan Durani, spokesman head of the county police. Taliban attack on police stations in Western Farah province, thus late Wednesday, killing nine policemen, said police chief Abdul known Foulad. He said 22 in arms were killed in the battle that followed.
Afghan forces have struggled to counter Taliban insurgents since the U. s. And NATO formally concluded its combat mission at the end of 2014, and to combat terrorism and support role.
The Taliban launched a wave of attacks across Afghanistan on Tuesday, targeting police vehicles and government facilities with suicide bombers, killed at least 74 people, officials said.
Among the dead in one of the attacks who was the head of the county police. Scores were wounded, both policemen and civilians. Afghanistan’s Deputy Interior Minister, Murad Ali Murad, called Tuesday’s attacks “the largest terrorist attack this year.”