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Patrick's Cathedral in Manhattan. It was being used as a set for a movie starring Edward Norton and Bruce Willis. The funeral services come after two days of viewings in Davidson's hometown of Floral Park, Long Island. He was recognized several times throughout his career for his bravery. Davidson was honored as an elite "nozzleman" who enters a burning building carrying the water hose.
  • Remains Found In Northern California Belong To Missing Hollywood Woman, Police Believe

    Remains Found In Northern California Belong To Missing Hollywood Woman, Police Believe

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    Remains of a woman found in a shallow grave in northern California likely belong to missing actress Adea Shabani, the LAPD announced Tuesday evening. As the investigation progressed, police began searching for Spotz in hopes of examining his Toyota Tacoma pickup for possible clues, Hayes said. The source said the two were romantically linked, although a friend of Spotz who spoke with KTLA Monday night said he was unaware of a romantic relationship between them.
  • US And South Korea Agree To Revised Trade Deal

    US And South Korea Agree To Revised Trade Deal

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    The political success of the trade agreement - and its ability to be replicated in other negotiations - is not guaranteed. The United States ran a $10.3 billion trade deficit with South Korea a year ago. While South Korea made some concessions to USA demands on the key auto trade issues, the revision of the free trade pact aligns with South Korea's own interests, experts said.
  • Shopping mall blaze in Siberia kills 37 - Russian agencies

    Shopping mall blaze in Siberia kills 37 - Russian agencies

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    It has a parking lot for 250 cars, shopping centres, a bowling club, a children's centre, a cinema, and a petting zoo. Speaking to the relatives of the missing, Vladimir Chernov, a deputy governor of the Kemerovo region, said the fire had started in the children's entertainment room, where there was a trampoline with foam rubber.
  • 64 dead in Russian shopping mall inferno

    64 dead in Russian shopping mall inferno

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    Russia's health minister, Veronika Skvortsova, flew to Kemerovo, a coal-producing region about 3 600 km (2 200 miles) east of Moscow , and visited the injured in hospital. Parts of the building were still smouldering and the floors of the cinema hall had caved in in places, officials said. Svetlana Petrenko, the spokesperson for ICR, said four people had been detained in connection with an investigation into the fire .
  • N Korea a real threat - Obama

    N Korea a real threat - Obama

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    Former U.S. President Barack Obama warned of the dangers of North Korea's nuclear weapons program while visiting Japan on Sunday. "North Korea is an example of a country that is so far out of the worldwide norms and so disconnected with the rest of the world", Obama told a packed hall in Tokyo.
  • Corbyn calls for EU customs union after Brexit

    Corbyn calls for EU customs union after Brexit

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    This is entering "cake and eat it" territory. May continues to ignore demands for future customs union membership and the amendment could become a confidence issue for her administration. In a surprise turn of events, Nigel Farage recently called for a second European Union referendum on Brexit . "Corbyn is hoping to capitalise on the opposition to leaving the European Union from the few malcontents in the Conservative Party ".
  • Qatar denies UAE accusations of airspace violations

    Qatar denies UAE accusations of airspace violations

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    Qatar's Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA) instead said the Emirati statement "was an attempt to cover up the UAE's multiple breaches of Qatari airspace ", in reference to incidents in January and March this year. The UAE, along with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt, imposed a land, naval and air blockade on Qatar in June 2017, accusing Doha of supporting "terrorism" and having close ties to Iran, which they consider as a regional enemy.
  • PM Netanyahu Briefly Hospitalized On Tuesday Night

    PM Netanyahu Briefly Hospitalized On Tuesday Night

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    He had been taken to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem because he had a high fever and coughs, according to a statement from his office. Because of his illness then, he missed a day of questioning related to Case 4000, which was rescheduled to later in the week.
  • Trump administration announces end of deportation reprieve for Liberians in Minnesota, elsewhere

    Trump administration announces end of deportation reprieve for Liberians in Minnesota, elsewhere

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    In 1991, when the West African country was in the grip of civil war, some Liberians living in the U.S. were given "temporary protected status" to allow them to remain in safety. Bush further directed Homeland Security to issue procedures for granting work authorization to DED-covered Liberians. To provide an "orderly transition" and give Liberia's government time to "reintegrate" citizens who have to return, beneficiaries will be given a 12-month window during which they're still allowed to ...
  • Confirmed Dead in Major Fire at Siberia Mall

    Confirmed Dead in Major Fire at Siberia Mall

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    There was no immediate indication of the fire's cause, but it is believed to have begun in a foam-filled play area inside the trampoline park. Investigators said Monday that emergency exits were blocked and a security guard turned off the public announcement system when he received a call about the blaze, but they provided no information why that happened.
  • German conservatives approve coalition deal with SPD

    German conservatives approve coalition deal with SPD

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    Influential factions within the SPD, including its Youth Organization (Juso), vehemently oppose joining what would already be Merkel's fourth governing cabinet and could hence still theoretically prevent the final coalition agreement from entering into force.
  • Djuric says Kosovo police officers

    Djuric says Kosovo police officers "chanted Allahu Akbar"

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    Serbia's state Tanjug news agency said that Serbia's defence minister, the chief Serb negotiator, a senior aide of President Aleksandar Vucic and the country's culture minister were banned from entering Kosovo. Kosovo declared independence nearly a decade after a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation bombing campaign ended a crackdown by Serbian authorities against secessionists among its majority ethnic Albanian population.
  • Silverstein girls basketball team takes home first championship title

    Silverstein girls basketball team takes home first championship title

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    MAU had a 24-game win streak dating back to May of the previous year heading into the Division I state championship game last season against Middlebury, but the Patriots came up just a little bit short in their bid to repeat as champions. "I remember the bus ride to the Target Center and the butterflies in my stomach up until the jump ball at the beginning of the game", recalled Sydney, who was also on the roster for a state tournament team in eighth grade.
  • Bank robbery in Hanson

    Bank robbery in Hanson

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    The suspect fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash in a silver four-door auto that appears to be a Lexus E300. The incident happened at about 4:40 p.m.at the Comerica Bank on Lahser Road. Three men were yesterday apprehended by police not long after allegedly committing a robbery on an Anna Catherina, West Coast Demerara businessman.
  • Fort Collins man arrested for possessing 700000 child porn images

    Fort Collins man arrested for possessing 700000 child porn images

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    ABF Commander Investigations Mark Antill said in a statement: 'Children are harmed by those who manufacture this abhorrent material; and people who consume child exploitation material provide the market that fuels this vile trade. After months of investigation, police in Fort Collins, Colo., arrested a man they say possessed about 700,000 photos and videos of child pornography.
  • Congress was client of Cambridge Analytica, says whistleblower Christophe Wylie

    Congress was client of Cambridge Analytica, says whistleblower Christophe Wylie

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    He further said that the company had offices and staff in the country. "I believe I have some documentation on India I can provide the committee". Wylie emphasized that what he had heard was "pure speculation", but that he had been told Muresan had been working on a political deal that soured, that Muresan had been poisoned, and that police had been bribed not to enter the hotel room.
  • Wall Street opens higher as trade war tensions ease

    Wall Street opens higher as trade war tensions ease

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    The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 669.4 points, or 2.84 per cent, to 24,202.6. Canada's main stock index closed lower Tuesday while US markets continued a streak of volatility with a late-day plunge that left all main indexes in the red.