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Firefighters helped an elderly woman walk out of the building who could not see through the smoke, Freel said. An ensuing fire caused $250,000 in damage to the five-unit multi-family OH home that hosted the fire. Eight people were left homeless on November 28 when a 13-year-old boy set fire to an apartment building after dousing a bed bug with alcohol. Just after Thanksgiving, a 19-year-old lit a match just after dousing a bedbug in rubbing alcohol , causing a fire that did $300,000 in ...
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    Duterte wants 1 more year of ML

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    Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea said yesterday Duterte has signed a letter asking Congress to extend martial law in Mindanao for one more year or until December 31, 2018. Congress has only three days to act on the request. Alvarez has said it would be best to ask the people from Mindanao regarding the matter because they would know better.
  • Jerusalem: Arab league demands reversal of Trump's position

    Jerusalem: Arab league demands reversal of Trump's position

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    Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said Trump's policy change put the "region on the verge of explosion". It warned that attempts to change the legal status of Jerusalem or to "change the Arab identity of the city" are "provocations to the feelings of Muslims and Christians across the Muslim and Arab world" and violates worldwide law.
  • Indonesia to host FIBA World Cup 2023

    Indonesia to host FIBA World Cup 2023

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    FORTY-FIVE years after the country last hosted the sport's grandest stage, the International Basketball Federation World Cup found its way back to the basketball-crazy Philippines as the Central Board awarded the rights to three joint bidders-Philippines, Japan and Indonesia-late last Saturday in Geneva.
  • Heavy snow brings travel chaos to UK

    Heavy snow brings travel chaos to UK

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    Flights have been suspended at Birmingham Airport while the runway is cleared, leaving passengers facing delays, while a north-bound section of the M1 has been closed in Leicestershire due to numerous vehicles being stranded. The flights that were scheduled to arrive from Birmingham, London and Amsterdam throughout day have all been cancelled. Delayed passengers took to Twitter to complain, with one frustrated traveller describing the airport as "like a war zone".
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    Great discovery in Egypt of 3500 years old tombs!

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    Archaeologists in Egypt have announced the discovery of a mummy in a previously unexplored tomb in Luxor. The tombs were found on the west bank of the Nile. 'Studies reveal that the tomb was reused in antiquity, ' it said. "The owner of Kampp 150 is not yet known, but there are two possible candidates", Waziri told Ahram Online.
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    Thomas Davis to wear Walter Payton patch for rest of career

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    The victor will be announced in Minneapolis at NFL Honors, a two-hour prime time awards special to air nationally on February 3rd, the night before Super Bowl LII, from 7:00 p.m.to 9:00 p.m. " Walter Payton represented the very best on and off the field, and this year's Man of the Year nominees exemplify his legacy of philanthropy and leadership".
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    The paper cites its source for the claims as some of the 60 advisers, associates, friends and members of Congress it discussed the matter with. Sources say the White House is governed by the rule no one touches the remote control except for the United States president himself and technical staff.
  • U.S. tasks Saudi on regional policy

    U.S. tasks Saudi on regional policy

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    Trump's statement came after the second consecutive night of Saudi airstrikes in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, as the Saudi-led coalition tried to prevent the Houthis from consolidating power in the city. had warned Saudi Arabia of threats in Congress over the dire humanitarian situation. Both critics and supporters of Trump say his actions to call out Saudi Arabia are welcomed news.