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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla | 7 killed, 8 injured in crash, explosion on Florida highway

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.—Jan 04, 2019— Two big rigs and two passenger vehicles collided and spilled diesel fuel across a Florida highway Thursday, sparking a massive fire that killed seven people and injured at least eight others, authorities said. The wreck happened on southbound Interstate 75 about a mile (1.6 kilometers) south of Alachua, near Gainesville. … Continue reading FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla | 7 killed, 8 injured in crash, explosion on Florida highway

BUFFALO, N.Y. | Sabres broadcaster ‘doing well’ after being hospitalized

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Sabres say Rick Jeanneret is resting and doing well a day after the team’s Hall of Fame broadcaster was taken out of the press box on a stretcher. The team’s update Sunday came about 12 hours after the 76-year-old Jeanneret was transported to the hospital during the third period of … Continue reading BUFFALO, N.Y. | Sabres broadcaster ‘doing well’ after being hospitalized

MOSCOW | Russian policeman injured after discovering WWII land mine

MOSCOW  — Moscow police say an off-duty Russian police lieutenant has been hospitalized after a World War II-era land mine exploded on the side of a highway. Police say the officer found the mine alongside the highway and sustained injuries after it exploded. A passerby on the highway saw the injured officer and stopped to … Continue reading MOSCOW | Russian policeman injured after discovering WWII land mine

BERLIN | German Nazi guard trial breaks down over defendant’s health

BERLIN — The trial of a former Nazi concentration camp guard has broken down over questions about the 95-year-old defendant’s health. The Muenster state court heard Thursday that Johann Rehbogen has been hospitalized for heart and kidney issues, the dpa news agency reported. Rehbogen was initially deemed fit for the proceedings and seemed in good … Continue reading BERLIN | German Nazi guard trial breaks down over defendant’s health

KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine | George H.W. Bush found peace, friendship in Maine

KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine— Former President George H.W. Bush was known for his jogs along the rocky Maine coast, playing fast-paced golf, fishing in his speedboat and transforming his home in this seaside village into the “Summer White House.” He also built lasting friendships in the town that he’d visited since he was a boy. Bush, who … Continue reading KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine | George H.W. Bush found peace, friendship in Maine

JERUSALEM | Jordanian man held after hammer attack wounds 2 Israelis

JERUSALEM— A Jordanian man on Friday attacked two Israeli port workers with a hammer seriously wounding them in the Israeli Red Sea resort of Eilat, police and media reports said. The assailant was detained for questioning and police said they suspect the motive was terrorism. Friday had been the suspect’s first day working in Eilat … Continue reading JERUSALEM | Jordanian man held after hammer attack wounds 2 Israelis

BUCHAREST, Romania | Scuffles in Romania at blessing of Orthodox cathedral

BUCHAREST, Romania — Tens of thousands of Romanians braved hours of cold weather Sunday for the blessing of a grandiose Orthodox cathedral consecrated to mark 100 years since modern-day Romania was created in the aftermath of World War I. The event was marred after three people were hospitalized when scuffles broke out between riot police … Continue reading BUCHAREST, Romania | Scuffles in Romania at blessing of Orthodox cathedral

WASHINGTON | Former CIA chief Michael Hayden hospitalized after stroke

WASHINGTON— Former CIA Director Michael Hayden has been hospitalized after suffering a stroke earlier this week. A statement released Friday by Hayden’s family says he is “receiving expert medical care.” Hayden, who is 73 and a retired Air Force general, led the CIA under President George W. Bush from 2006 to early 2009. He was … Continue reading WASHINGTON | Former CIA chief Michael Hayden hospitalized after stroke