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Day: December 18, 2021

The Vault Quintuples Down on the Growing Potential of the Online Auto Market in 2021

JACKSON, Miss., Dec. 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Vault is one of’s most frequent consignors. In the past year, the duo have teamed up for five auctions. Together, the two have made several millions in asset conversions, setting the tone for the bold and relatively new landscape of online-only automotive auctions. When announced plans […]

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UK Brexit Minister Quits as New COVID Rules Spark Anger

LONDON — A senior member of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Cabinet resigned Saturday night, adding to a sense of disarray within a government that has faced rebellion from his own lawmakers and voters this week. Brexit Minister David Frost said in a letter to Johnson that he was stepping down immediately

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Osaka Arson Suspect Identified; Buildings to be Checked

TOKYO — Japanese police on Sunday identified a 61-year-old man as a prime suspect behind a fire that engulfed a mental health clinic in an eight-story building where he was a patient, killing 24 people trapped inside. The government also announced plans to inspect tens of thousands of similar buildings nationwide.

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75 Reported Dead in Philippines Typhoon: Officials

MANILA, PHILIPPINES — At least 75 people have been reported killed in the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year, official tallies showed Sunday, as efforts to deliver water and food to devastated islands ramped up. More than 300,000 people fled their homes and beachfront resorts as Typhoon Rai ravaged

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At Least 27 Feared Dead in Japan Clinic Blaze

TOKYO — At least 27 people were feared dead after a fire swept through a psychiatry clinic in the Japanese city of Osaka on Friday, and media said police were investigating suspected arson. Some 27 people were in cardiopulmonary arrest, an official at Osaka’s city fire department told Reuters, the term

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Indonesia Raises Semeru Volcano Alert, Fearing New Eruption

JAKARTA, INDONESIA — Indonesian authorities raised the alert level for the highest volcano on Java island, saying Mount Semeru could blow up again after a sudden eruption earlier this month left 48 people dead and 36 missing in villages that were buried in layers of mud. Indonesia’s geological agency said Saturday

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