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U.N. plane crashes in Haiti; 11 dead

September 26, 2018
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A United Nations plane monitoring the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic crashes, killing all 11 people on board.

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The home where a 71-year-old woman was found dead in garbage piled 8 feet deep has been condemned.

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Rescuers on Saturday reached the remote site of a plane crash that killed 11 U.N. peacekeepers when a surveillance flight slammed into a mountain in eastern Haiti. (MSNBC — 11 October, 2009)
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Viagra and pornography are not staples on the government’s food stamp list. But authorities say a Detroit liquor store supplied them during a series of illegal deals.

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A suburban Pittsburgh man slept soundly as his home caught on fire and partially collapsed.

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Police in Florida say a mother, father and 15-year-old son died after being electrocuted while putting up a ham radio antenna in their Palm Bay home.

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USA Today is expecting to report a 17 percent decline in circulation. That would be its largest drop ever.

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A resident of a southern New Jersey retirement community stabbed three people Thursday, killing an 88-year-old woman.

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Prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty for four of eight people charged in the killings of a Panhandle couple known for adopting children with autism, Down syndrome and other special needs.

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President Barack Obama reaffirms his pledge to end the ban on homosexuals serving openly in the military, but acknowledges that the slow pace of policy changes he promised on the campaign trail.

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