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Saudi coalition strikes on Saada market kill dozens

Saudis hit Yemen, kill 25At least 25 Yemeni civilians have been killed by Saudi-led coalition air strike on a market in the northern Saada province, according to a local health official.

The director of the Houthi-run health department office in Saada said the aircraft conducted two raids on al-Mashnaq market in Shada district close to the Saudi border on Saturday.

"Rescue teams were unable to reach the area for some time for fear of being hit by artillery shelling of the area," the official, Dr Abdelilah al-Azzi, told Reuters news agency by telephone on Sunday.

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Missing U.S. Sailors Found Dead Aboard Ship Following Collision

Missing sailors foundThe search for seven missing American sailors aboard the USS Fitzgerald was called off Sunday, a day after it collided with a Philippine-flagged container ship, after multiple bodies were found in flooded compartments of the ship.

So far, officials have not confirmed that all seven missing sailors have been accounted for, but after surveying the damage done by the merchant ship—which is three to four times the U.S. destroyer’s size—it appears highly likely all of the sailors were trapped in flooded compartments, which included the ship’s sleeping quarters.

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Raging forest fires in central Portugal kill at least 62 people

forest fires kill 62 in PortugalRaging forest fires in central Portugal killed at least 62 people, many of them trapped in their cars as flames swept over a road, in what the prime minister on Sunday called "the biggest tragedy of human life that we have known in years."

Nearly 60 other people were injured, including four firefighters and a seriously injured minor, Interior Ministry official Jorge Gomes told state broadcaster RTP.

Portugal declared three days of national mourning.

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9/11 still killing as retired cop and firefighter die of cancers

9/11 first responders still dyingTwo more first responders have died of 9/11-related cancers, officials said Friday.  Retired FDNY Firefighter and Brooklyn native William Gormley, 53, died following a short battle with lung cancer Wednesday, his family said.

A day earlier, retired NYPD Detective William Kinane, 60, of Breezy Point, Queens, died of a 9/11-related illness.

The two deaths threatened to overwhelm the Marine Park Funeral Home — which serves both Marine Park and the Rockaways — so Gormley’s family was asked to move the service to another location, family members said.

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Trump owes lenders at least $315 million, disclosure shows

Trump owes leanders more than 4300MPresident Donald Trump had personal liabilities of at least $315.6 million to German, U.S. and other lenders as of mid-2017, according to a federal financial disclosure form released late on Friday by the U.S. Office of Government Ethics.

He had roughly $20 million in income from his new marquee Washington hotel, which opened just down the street from the White House last September. Revenues also increased at Mar-a-Lago, the Florida resort known as the "Winter White House."

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Aides describe Trump yelling at TV sets over Russia probe: report

Trump yelling at TV in WHPresident Trump has been described by advisers and confidents as angry over the probe into possible ties between his campaign and Russia, yelling at television sets at the White House with coverage of the probe, according to an Associated Press report Friday.

Trump has been insisting that he is the target of a conspiracy to discredit and possibly end his presidency, according to the report.

The president has publicly lamented the Russia probe in recent tweets, calling it a "witch hunt" in various tweets.

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Justice Department switches sides to favor management in Supreme Court case

Justice Dept. switches sides to fave management against workersThe DOJ said Friday that it will switch sides in a Supreme Court case, dropping its previous support for workers to throw its weight behind management.

The case, NLRB v. Murphy Oil, addresses whether an employment contract that requires the employee to waive his or her right to bring a class-action lawsuit against the employer violates the National Labor Relations Act.

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It could hit 120 degrees in the Southwest this weekend

Heatwave in southwestThe heat will be on "high" in the Desert Southwest the next several days.

Temperatures are expected to soar well over 110 degrees in portions of Arizona, Nevada and California by the weekend and into early next week, the National Weather Service warned.

Many desert locations, including Phoenix, could climb as high as 115 to 120 degrees Sunday through Wednesday, the weather service said. That could rival the all-time high temperature of 122 degrees set at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport in 1990.

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Trump Organization ended Qatar push 6 days after swearing in

Trump OrganizationThe Trump Organization dissolved subsidiaries created to pursue business opportunities in Qatar six days after Donald Trump was inaugurated as America's 45th president, according to a new financial disclosure form filed on his behalf.

Trump had turned managerial control over to his two adult sons before entering the White House, vowing his eponymous enterprise would not pursue more deals abroad as he served as president.

In recent days, Trump repeatedly has accused Qatar of funding extremists amid an effort by several Arab nations led by Saudi Arabia to isolate the peninsular nation.

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