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Philadelphia fire leaves 1 dead, 4 injured: authorities

Philadelphia fire leaves 1 dead, 4 injured: authorities

The cause of the fire is under investigation. Two other firefighters were treated at a hospital for undisclosed injuries that were not believed to be life-threatening. He worked at Engine 43 and Engine 57 in the past. Letourneau is the first city firefighter killed in the line of duty since 2014, when Lt. Joyce Craig was fatally injured while battling a wind-whipped house fire.


Korea to abide by 2015 'comfort women' deal: foreign ministry

Korea to abide by 2015 'comfort women' deal: foreign ministry

Kang, however, noted that her country will not demand renegotiation with the Japanese government over the deal as the 2015 agreement was an official deal between governments of the two countries. "Our government will explore victims-centered measures by gathering opinions from the victims and related organizations", Kang said. The statement will also likely include what to do with the money given by the Japanese government to the foundation, Yonhap added.


Moments After Midnight: Same Sex Couples Marry In Australia

Moments After Midnight: Same Sex Couples Marry In Australia

The bill was approved in overwhelmingly numbers by lawmakers after the public did the same, voting in favour of equal marriage by a 61.6% to 38.4% margin . She said the couple have been dream clients, taking just minutes to make important decisions like what suits to wear. "We've been together such a long time, we've already had our big hoo-ha ceremony three years ago, but now we get to declare our love for each other again and have it recognised as a real union".


Mueller Is Said to Likely Seek to Interview Trump

Mueller Is Said to Likely Seek to Interview Trump

White House attorney Ty Cobb provided the following statement: "The White House does not comment on communications with the Office of the Special Counsel out of respect for the Office of the Special Counsel and its process". During the Iran-contra investigation in 1987, independent prosecutor Lawrence Walsh reportedly weighed whether to interview President Ronald Reagan in person or accept the President's written testimony.


Three terrorists including to Pakistani killed in J&K's Badgam encounter

Three terrorists including to Pakistani killed in J&K's Badgam encounter

Encounter between armed forces and terrorists holed up inside a home in Jammu and Kashmir's Badgam district. A police officer while confirming the incident said one terrorist has been killed in an ongoing operation. The identity of the slain militants was not confirmed. The forces responded by firing teargas shells and pellets. As the gunfight began authorities suspended the mobile internet services at Budgam and Chadoora .


AgustaWestland case: Italy court gives top two executives clean chit

AgustaWestland case: Italy court gives top two executives clean chit

An Italian court on Monday acquitted Bruno Spagnolini, former head of helicopter company AgustaWestland and Giuseppe Orsi, the head of AgustaWestland's parent company Finmeccanica, in the bribery case related to the 2010 chopper deal with the government of India.