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Crowds of onlookers had gathered round to watch when the building suddenly and without warning, collapsed. Many trapped inside as the bricks and mortar and steel came down on top of them. Dozens of people injured. A horrifying sight for colleagues and bystanders alike. TRANSLATION: The building completely collapsed. I was told the first team of firefighters who arrived - some were injured and some plummeted down.
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JOHOR BARU: A sergeant major fatally shot himself while carrying out firearm maintenance work at the Seri Alam District Police Headquarters Weaponry Branch workshop here, yesterday. Abu Bakar Pander, 51, from Negri Sembilan was in charge of the branch and had been working in the police force for about 30 years. Seri Alam district police chief Supt Jokhiri Abd Aziz said the incident happened between 6.30am and 6.50am while the officer was alone at the premises. "A bullet accidentally fired from a pistol is believed to have hit him on the chest and he was killed on the spot," he said in a statement here today. Jokhiri said the victim was found on the floor by a colleague who arrived for work around 7am. He said the post mortem carried out on the deceased at Sultan Ismail Hospital, Johor Bahru found that he had died of a gunshot wound through the heart.
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I was told the first team of firefighters who arrived - some were injured and some plummeted down. Many were killed. There were security guards and the debris fell over them as they tried to escape. Local media say troops have been brought in to help clear the rubble and look for possible survivors.
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The President-Elect arrived in Washington aboard a US military jet, and this is the brand he'll now be promoting, defending, and representing, the United States of America. And though not yet Commander-in-Chief, it was the first opportunity to practice his salute, as the base commander greeted him and the future First Lady, Melania. Across the city, the future Vice-President was thanking the current administration for their help in the transition and reflecting on the magnitude of what's about to unfold.
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Mattresses and furniture were spotted dozens of meters (yards) away and dogs were helping with the search. “I am alive because I went to get something from my car,” Giampiero Parete told medical staff. Italian media said he had been on holiday with his wife and two children, who are missing. Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni called for national unity, saying Italy was caught in an “unprecedented vice” of earthquakes and heavy snows. The rescue operation was hampered by deep snow that has fallen on the Gran Sasso in recent days. Drifts were as deep as five meters (16 feet) in some places, and snowplows struggled to cut a path up winding mountain roads. Remote, snowy location The first rescuers arrived at 4.30 a.m. (0330 GMT) after having to ski through a blizzard to reach the site. After dawn broke, emergency services sent in helicopters. A base camp for rescue workers was set up in the town of Penne, about 10 km (6 miles) away, where ambulances waited.
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But since 1973, that was the last year we saw lawmakers openly boycotting the election. That was Richard Nixon. We have seen protests, even today, as Donald Trump arrived in Washington, DC.
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Crews were working through the night and were still hopeful of finding survivors, he said, though he acknowledged the prospects were dimming with the passage of time. Video shot by rescuers showed huge piles of filthy snow and debris piled inside hotel corridors, stairwells and the indoor pool area. There was no sound except for the steps of the cameraman. The largest wall of snow was in the pool area, where plastic lounge chairs were flipped over and Christmas decorations dangled from the ceiling. The bar area appeared flooded, with nearby cracked skylights covered with snow outside. Heavy equipment snowplows and other earthmoving equipment were struggling to reach the area and only 25 vehicles had arrived, along with 135 rescue workers, said Civil Protection operations chief Titi Postiglione. She said the risk of further avalanches was slowing the delicate work.
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They have been working all day. The very first rescuers managed to get down in the middle of the night on skis. The locals knew that was the only way to get there. When they arrived they were met with a wall of 16 feet of snow, which they dug through to gain access to the hotel.
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Politico
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He thanked the performers at his “Make America Great Againwelcome celebration and his family for their support, and said his transition team had the idea to host a concert at the Lincoln Memorial, which he suggested may never had occurred before. “So many people have poured into Washington, D.C. This started out tonight being a small little concert, and then we had the idea, ‘Maybe we’ll do it in front of the Lincoln Memorial,’” Trump said. “I dont know if it’s ever been done before, but if it has, very seldom. And the people came by the thousands and the thousands, and here we are tonight, all the way back.” Trump arrived at the Lincoln Memorial with much fanfare, drawing chants of “Trump!” from the thousands of supporters before The Frontmen of CountryTim Rushlow, Larry Stewart and Richie McDonaldperformed a medley of their greatest hits, including Trump’s campaign song, “God Bless the USA,” with Lee Greenwood.
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Hundreds of motorcycle-riding supporters of President-elect Donald Trump arrived Thursday in Washington in anticipation of Friday's inauguration. The group, Bikers for Trump, secured an area along the inauguration parade route where they will gather to hold the "58th inauguration halftime show" between the swearing-in ceremony at noon and the start of the parade in the afternoon. Chris Cox, the founder of Bikers for Trump, told Fox & Friends the group was "laughed at" when around 100 people showed up to its first rally in October 2015, but since then membership has ballooned to around 200,000 people. "Bikers for Trump started as a result of the outspoken nature of Donald Trump and the bikers' frustration with the direction this country was going. … We're a force to be reckoned with. We're a political phenomenon," he said. Cox said he expected upward of 5,000 bikers to attend the rally, which could make it the largest pro-Trump event run by a private organization on Inauguration Day.
CNN
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Donald Trump has arrived in Washington -- and he's going to be here for at least four years.