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The sheriff's office says investigators are also examining the motel's fire alarms and smoke detectors. Their father and her husband, 36-year-old Samuel Curtis barely made it out alive with their one year old daughter. So I asked the person above me for some salt", Johnson said. As Fox News reported , the mother and young children were caught up in a very fast-moving fire that swept across the entire motel in the early morning hours on Friday.
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  • Donald Trump threatens border security shutdown; GOP cool to idea

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  • 'Very positive signals' after US, Taliban talks

    'Very positive signals' after US, Taliban talks

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    However, Abdullah emphasized that it will be Afghans only to lead the talks as foreign countries are negotiating to persuade Taliban for the Afghan-led negotiations. According to the Times , US officials insist such talks would not mean the abandonment the longstanding policy that any peace process would be "Afghan owned and Afghan led".
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    The Americans, along with a Dutch national and Swiss citizen, were riding in Danghara district, about 43 miles southeast of the capital, when they were struck by a auto, BBC reports. Three other cyclists were injured but survived. President Emomali Rahmon's office announced that he had declared his condolences to the governments of the United States, the Netherlands and Switzerland over the deaths.
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    He also addressed allegations made against one of the pilots, who had a flight simulator in his home. Grieving families who had advanced sight of the report before its official release this morning said it provided no new answers, according to Reuters news agency.
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    The exercise was carried out in a transparent, fair, objective manner, he stated. The remaining 40,007,707 applicants, whose names didn't figure in the list will be given "ample opportunity" through a process of claims and objections till September 28, and their citizenship status will not be questioned till the final, error-free draft is prepared on an unspecified date, Mr.