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Five men were killed on Monday in a fire at a bar here, police said. The victims, including a woman, were employees of the eatery and were sleeping inside the restaurant when it got engulfed in flames. The incident comes after a fire broke out on the first floor of Shiv Shakti Industrial building in Mumbai's Lower parel area on Sunday. The deceased have been identified as Swami (23), Prasad (20) and Mahesh (35), all natives of Tumkur; Manjunath (45) a native of Hassan and Keerthi (24) a ...
  • Fire and Fury: people queue for a copy of controversial Trump book

    Fire and Fury: people queue for a copy of controversial Trump book

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    While Trump said he never spoke to Wolff for the book, the author said he spoke to Trump both during the campaign and after the inauguration. He used Sloppy Steve Bannon, who cried when he got fired and begged for his job. And what they mean by that is he has a need for immediate gratification. Reporters asked White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Thursday to respond to the book's suggestion that Trump is mentally unfit for office.
  • Newport County knock Leeds United out of FA Cup

    Newport County knock Leeds United out of FA Cup

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    After McCoulsky's headed victor, Leeds's day went from bad to worse when Saiz was sent off in stoppage time. "This is much better beating Championship teams like Leeds ", said Newport manager Michael Flynn . The England goalkeeper, returning to the club where he started his career, was handed a cap from the crowd as he battled against the slanting winter sun.
  • Crew of 32 missing after ships collide off eastern China

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    The 21-strong crew aboard the Hong Kong-registered CF Crystal have all been rescued and the ship was not severely damaged. A tanker carrying oil from Iran to South Korea was ablaze and spilling its cargo off eastern China Sunday after a collision with a cargo ship which left 32 tanker crew members missing.
  • Eight refugees die in shipwreck off Libya

    Eight refugees die in shipwreck off Libya

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    The Italian coast guard, which coordinates rescues in global waters off Libya's coast, said an aircraft on patrol for a European anti-smuggling operation had spotted the dinghy, which was in difficulty Saturday morning. The smugglers routinely crowd much more than 100 people into motorized rubber dinghies created to hold far fewer, aiming to maximize profits on the route from lawless Libya toward southern Europe.
  • Frosty night in store as temperatures to fall to -5 degrees

    Frosty night in store as temperatures to fall to -5 degrees

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    It will turn very cold with lowest temperatures falling to between -2 and -5 degrees with a widespread severe frost. Tonight will be dry with good clear spells and northeasterly winds will ease. Northeast to easterly winds will be light but moderate to fresh near eastern and southeastern coasts. "Becoming milder with highest temperatures 3 to 8 degrees".
  • Jake Tapper Cuts Off Stephen Miller After Deeply Strange Interview

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    Tapper also said to Miller that "There's one viewer that you care about right now", referring to President Trump, who has denounced Bannon since the book's publication. Per the book Fire and Fury written by Michael Wolff , which has salacious claims against the president including attacks on his mental state and asserting that Trump did not actually want to win the presidency, Miler said, "The book is best understood as a work of poorly written fiction".
  • Tevez contract terminated by Shanghai Shenhua

    Tevez contract terminated by Shanghai Shenhua

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    Shanghai Shenhua announced the nearly inevitable news on Saturday, thanking him for his service. A year later, he was on his way to Juventus, where he played two seasons before switching back to Boca Juniors . After winning the Libertadores Cup and Intercontinental Cup titles, Tevez enjoyed spells at Brazilian side Corinthians and West Ham before a successful period in Manchester, where he won Premier League titles with both United and City.
  • Wolves-Pelicans game recap

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    New Orleans came away with a win after beating the Utah Jazz , 108 - 98; Pelicans take control with 12-1 run to close 3Q. But the Wolves held Jrue Holiday , who averaged 21 points per game in December, to single digits for most of the game.
  • Russian Federation and Syrian airstrikes kill 17 civilians in east Ghouta, says NGO

    Russian Federation and Syrian airstrikes kill 17 civilians in east Ghouta, says NGO

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    He said those killed also included two people in the district of Madira and three in Erbin, adding that 35 people were also wounded in the three areas. The region was once a hotbed of protest against President Bashar Assad's government. Kommersant cited two sources as saying that four Su-24 bombers, two Su-35s fighters, an An-72 transport plane were hit in the attack by "radical Islamists", and 10 Russian military personnel injured.
  • Congress seeks rejection of Rajya Sabha nominee, AAP calls objections frivolous

    Congress seeks rejection of Rajya Sabha nominee, AAP calls objections frivolous

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    The Congress' charge is that Narayan Dass Gupta is not eligible to contest for the seat as he is now a trustee of the government-owned National Pension System Trust. Gupta was appointed on 30.3.2015 and continues to hold the position. Meanwhile, the AAP said that Mr Maken was trying to gain "cheap publicity" through "frivolous" objections as the law does not forbid trustees from contesting.
  • Insurgents attack Myanmar soldiers in Rakhine, wounding 6

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    The vast majority are Rohingya Muslims who have faced decades of persecution in Myanmar, which sees them as illegal immigrants, even though many have lived there for generations. Modhuram Pal, a 35-year-old community leader, said some 50 Hindus had already returned to Rakhine where they were welcomed by Myanmar security forces.
  • After Heavy Snow, Temperatures Plunge Even Lower In Northeast US

    After Heavy Snow, Temperatures Plunge Even Lower In Northeast US

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    Northeast on Thursday, closing schools and government offices and disrupting travel as work crews scrambled to clear roads of snow before plummeting temperatures turn it to treacherous ice. The Office of Personnel Management informed that nonemergency federal workers could report two hours late, work remotely, or take an unscheduled leave.
  • WTA Brisbane: Elina Svitolina Claims first title of the year

    WTA Brisbane: Elina Svitolina Claims first title of the year

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    But the long and hard week reminded of itself. "I had a good serve, good play from the baseline". Despite a frustrating history in Brisbane , Sasnovich defied a leg niggle to move into the final with a shock 7-6 (7-3) 6-4 win over seventh seed Anastasija Sevastova of Latvia at Pat Rafter Arena.
  • Winning Powerball Ticket Sold in New Hampshire

    Winning Powerball Ticket Sold in New Hampshire

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    It now sits at $570 million and would be the eighth largest lottery prize in US history. The biggest Powerball jackpot ever won was $590.5 million claimed by one ticket-holder in Florida in 2013. There are now longer odds, leading to less frequent winners and more frequent large jackpots. Lottery retailers throughout the state are selling Mega Millions tickets until 10:45 p.m.
  • Egypt's Coptic Christians celebrate Christmas amid tight security

    Egypt's Coptic Christians celebrate Christmas amid tight security

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    The mass, on the eve of Coptic Christmas which is celebrated on January 7, was the first to be held in the newly-built cathedral and took place amid tight security. The president congratulated the worshippers on the partial opening of the new cathedral, saying that it is an important message from Egypt to the entire world.
  • 2 people injured in explosion outside Stockholm subway

    2 people injured in explosion outside Stockholm subway

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    Sweden, a country of 10 million people, took in 244,000 asylum seekers in 2014 and 2015, the highest per capita number in Europe. Police spokesman Sven-Erik Olsson said: "According to preliminary information, the man had picked up an object from the ground, which then exploded and caused serious injuries.
  • Sydney suffers hottest day since 1939

    Sydney suffers hottest day since 1939

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    A minimum of 27.1 degrees Celsius (80.8 degrees Fahrenheit) was recorded in Australia's largest city early Wednesday, Australian Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Jordan Notara said. Records have been kept at Sydney's Observatory Hill weather station since 1859. The former has already reached 43.4 degrees and the latter 43.7 degrees.
  • I am a very stable genius, says Trump

    I am a very stable genius, says Trump

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    Trump said he never granted Wolff an interview for the book and blamed former adviser Steve Bannon , who he called "Sloppy Steve", for granting Wolff access at the White House . "I thought he would be, frankly", Mr Kelly said. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders this week called such suggestions "disgraceful and laughable".
  • Pakistan allows use of Chinese yuan for trade, investment

    Pakistan allows use of Chinese yuan for trade, investment

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    China's increased investments in Pakistan, combined with President Donald Trump's recent decision to cut all funding to the country, is driving Pakistan into Beijing's arms, experts warned. McCarthy explained that Pakistan is strategic to China expanding its own power, and serves as a crucial entry-point for the southern end of China's One Belt One Road development initiative, which cuts through Pakistan.