Dozens feared trapped in building on fire in Mumbai

Jul 22, 2019

A big blaze has broken out in a nine-story building with offices of a state-run telephone company in Mumbai, India's financial capital, and dozens of people are feared trapped

B.C. police searching for 2 missing, investigating murders

Jul 22, 2019

Police in northern British Columbia are searching for two young men whose vehicle was discovered in the same area where police say a body was found as well and about 300 miles and where an Australian and his American girlfriend were found murdered

6 injured after gas explosion destroys New Zealand home

Jul 19, 2019

Six people were injured and dozens of homes evacuated in Christchurch after a huge gas explosion destroyed one home and damaged others

The Latest: Kyoto animation boss says company got threats

Jul 18, 2019

Boss of Kyoto animation company gutted in fire says it got death threats

No lights, big city: Power outage KOs Broadway, Times Square

Jul 14, 2019

A power outage crippled the tourist-filled heart of Manhattan just as Saturday night Broadway shows were set to go on, sending theater-goers spilling into the streets, knocking out Times Square's towering electronic screens and nearly stopping subways

The Latest: Con Edison: NYC power to be restored by midnight

Jul 14, 2019

Officials say power is being restored to thousands of customers in Manhattan that caused stalled subways, elevators and darkened marquees in the theater district

3 dead as fire guts New Delhi rubber factory

Jul 13, 2019

Officials say three workers were killed when a fire gutted a rubber factory in an industrial estate in India's capital

Gas pipeline fire near power station outside Moscow kills 1

Jul 11, 2019

Russian officials say a massive fire near a power station just outside Moscow has killed one person and injured at least 13

3 dead, 2 seriously injured in house fire

Jul 10, 2019

Fire officials say two adults and a 6-year-old girl have been killed and two others were seriously injured in a house fire in Queens

Artists' warehouse founder: City visited, had no complaints

Jul 9, 2019

The founder of an artists' collective in an Oakland, California warehouse that caught fire two years ago, killing 36, said Tuesday that police, fire and other officials who visited his home never said it might be a fire hazard


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