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In addition, as reported by the authorities, remains unknown fate of 228 people. At least five search teams were working in Paradise - a town of 27,000 that was largely incinerated on Thursday - and in surrounding communities. Actor Gerard Butler said on Instagram that his Malibu home was "half-gone", and a publicist for Camille Grammer Meyer said the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star lost her home in the seaside enclave.
  • Three stabbed in Australian city, terror not suspected

    Three stabbed in Australian city, terror not suspected

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    A 61-year-old man later died at the scene, two other victims are in hospital, one is critically injured the other has minor injuries. The suspect reportedly died after he had been hospitalized following a confrontation with police. As police officers reached the scene they were confronted by a knife-wielding man who tried to attack them. Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the Opposition leader Bill Shorten have both condemned the attack.
  • Malibu Under Evacuation Orders as Massive Fire Rages

    Malibu Under Evacuation Orders as Massive Fire Rages

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    Only a day after it began, the fire near the town of Paradise had grown to almost 110 square miles (285 square kilometers). Speaking on Thursday, fire captain Scott McLean said: "Pretty much the community of Paradise is destroyed, it's that kind of devastation".
  • The Debate - Israel Gaza Escalation

    The Debate - Israel Gaza Escalation

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    In Gaza , the sky lit up with outgoing rocket fire. In the immediate aftermath of the clash, Israel said it identified 17 launches - likely rockets or mortars - toward its territory from Gaza, with three intercepted by missile defences.
  • 'HALF-GONE': Celebrity homes destroyed in California wildfires

    'HALF-GONE': Celebrity homes destroyed in California wildfires

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    Monday. Colusa Police Sgt. Jarrod Hughes told KTXL that his Paradise home had been destroyed in the blaze, but that he had donned his uniform and returned to work once he got his son to safety. Southern California Edison reported to the California Public Utilities Commission "out of an abundance of caution" that there was an outage on an electrical circuit near where the fire started Thursday.
  • Korea flies tangerines to North in appreciation for mushrooms

    Korea flies tangerines to North in appreciation for mushrooms

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    Many people also believe that they have no intention of stopping that development under any circumstances, but still hoping that worldwide pressure will force the Trump administration to left sanctions. North Korea is conning the United States, building up secret, smaller missile bases even after publicly touting the dismantling of its main launch site, according to a new review of satellite images by a top think tank.
  • Trump Threatens to Withhold Fed Funds for California Wildfire Fight

    Trump Threatens to Withhold Fed Funds for California Wildfire Fight

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    Osby noted that a November 1993 wildfire in Malibu destroyed more than 270 homes and said he would not be surprised if the total from the current fire would be higher. Three firefighters suffered minor injuries, Osby said. The flames burned down more than 6,700 buildings, nearly all of them homes, making it California's most destructive wildfire since record-keeping began.
  • Michelle Obama Talks Trump, Details Miscarriage In New Memoir ‘Becoming’

    Michelle Obama Talks Trump, Details Miscarriage In New Memoir ‘Becoming’

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    You had said: " Donald Trump , with his loud and reckless innuendo , has brought the safety of my family in danger". The pain a mother feels for her lost child can never equal to any pain an ordinary person would feel. That should make Obama's publisher very happy, since she was paid a lot to write it. Let's look at how much Michelle Obama got paid for her new book.
  • McConnell: 'The Mueller investigation is not under threat'

    McConnell: 'The Mueller investigation is not under threat'

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    Whitaker has criticized the probe in the past as too wide-ranging, which has raised concerns among Democrats that Sessions' ouster and Whitaker's appointment might be precursors to Trump moving to end it. "I recommended him and was very supportive of him for chief of staff for very specific reasons", Leo told CNN . Whitaker's appointment left many anxious that Mueller could be shut down before he concludes his investigation.
  • Marvel comics legend Stan Lee has died

    Marvel comics legend Stan Lee has died

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    Lee. He's been a hot dog vendor ("X-Men"), a librarian ("The Amazing Spider-Man"), a dog-walker (" Venom "), and sometimes just himself. A family representative confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that Lee passed away early this morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles , after being taken there by ambulance from his home.
  • 'She Had One Job': Bongino Blasts Broward Elections Supervisor After Voting Controversy

    'She Had One Job': Bongino Blasts Broward Elections Supervisor After Voting Controversy

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    Senate, Gov. Rick Scott , a Republican, now leads incumbent Sen. Previous claims of widespread voter fraud, including Trump's claim that millions of people voted illegally in 2016, are considered false by voting experts. Saturday's development's return Florida to the center of a major political drama 18 years after an infamous presidential recount left control of the White House undecided for more than a month.
  • Australia strawberry scare: Woman arrested in Queensland

    Australia strawberry scare: Woman arrested in Queensland

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    As a result of the scare, Australia government rushed through new, harsh rules for anyone caught tampering with food, with those found guilty facing a maximum prison term of 10 to 15 years. Australia's strawberry industry, worth A$160 million (US$116 million), was rocked in September after almost 200 complaints were made of sewing needles found in strawberries and other fruits.