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However, seven Vauxhall Corsa D owners had also contacted the BBC's Watchdog about their vehicle catching fire, with three of the cars falling under the existing Corsa recall criteria, and four outside it. "Vauxhall confirms that there is a different vehicle heating and ventilation system configuration in Corsa D/E to the Hummer H3, inclusive of a different connector", it said in an official response.
  • Two Police Officers, One Firefighter Hurt at Massive MA Blaze

    Two Police Officers, One Firefighter Hurt at Massive MA Blaze

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    The building later collapsed, WCVB reported . He was also remembering another devastating fire, exactly 17 years earlier. The State Fire Marshal's Office said most of the buildings affected are three-story homes. "The wind started blowing the flames across the street and houses across the street caught on fire", Dana Fuller said. "We had a house to live in".
  • Colombia And FARC To Sign Peace Deal 2.0

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    Opponents say Mr Santos has pushed through a deal that is only cosmetically different from the one that was rejected in the referendum. About 800 people were invited to Thursday's ceremony in Colon Theatre rather than the 2,500 who attended the previous ceremony in the port city of Cartagena.
  • Cuba's strides under Castro offset by decades of repression

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    Pavon says, although he still has hope his family in Cuba will see change in the future- he doesn't believe it will come anytime soon. "Despite huge pressure, he stayed true to his principles until the very end - an icon of the non-aligned movement", Najib wrote on Facebook, reported Bernama.
  • MI recount expands, Pennsylvania sets federal hearing

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    A federal judge in Detroit has called a hearing for 10:30 a.m. Wednesday to consider whether Michigan's presidential recount should continue after an unfavorable ruling by a state appeals court. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker find the recount expenses "hard to justify" when considering Trump's margin of victory in the election. U.S. District Judge Paul Diamond in Philadelphia on Tuesday scheduled a hearing Friday on the request for a recount .
  • US Supreme Court rules in favor of Samsung in smartphone patent suit

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    On the other side, sportswear manufacturer Adidas and jewelry maker Tiffany & Co. said allowing Apple to recover all the profits Samsung earned would discourage "design pirates" and protect companies that invest in creative designs. "The parties ask us to go further and resolve whether, for each of the design patents at issue here, the relevant article of manufacture is the smartphone, or a particular smartphone component ", Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote in the opinion.
  • Connecticut Green Party backs presidential recount efforts in other states

    Connecticut Green Party backs presidential recount efforts in other states

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    Trump defeated Clinton in Pennsylvania by about 71,000 votes, or about one percentage point. De La Fuente says he wants to counterbalance a recount Green Party candidate Jill Stein requested in Wisconsin, which Donald Trump won. Stein received 51,463 votes or about 1.1 percent. But he said that after Stein stated that she wanted to challenge the results of those contests, the campaign wanted to oversee the process to ensure that it is conducted accurately and fairly.
  • Islamic State group shifts defenses to east Mosul : Coalition commander

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    The army says it's now aiming to retake bridges along the Tigris - and overwhelm the militants along multiple fronts. Daesh has been fighting Turkish-backed opposition groups in Syria and US-backed forces in Iraq. Firefighters try to extinguish oil wells set alight by fleeing IS extremists as they battle to hold on to Iraq's second largest city. As an explanation for the slow advance into the city, top coalition commanders have cited the necessity to avoid "collateral damage" and minimize ...
  • Former judge Faith Simmons Johnson named new Dallas County DA

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    Johnson said she most admired Judge Carolyn Wright, Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals for the Fifth District in Dallas. Johnson, 65, has been in private practice as an attorney for the past 10 years. "I want to vigorously prosecute people who need to be prosecuted, and I want to vigorously make certain that people who are innocent don't go to jail", Johnson said.