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US won't sit idle if India-China conflict breaks out: Experts

"Should the ongoing push and shove turn into a hot war, Washington is expected to provide logistical, intelligence and material support to India’s military," said Mohan Malik, professor of..
IndiaTimes

US soldier pleads not guilty to supporting ISIS

us soldier pleads not guilty to supporting isis
Ikaika Kang, 34, was arraigned in federal court in Honolulu, Hawaii, after a grand jury indicted him last week on four counts of attempting to provide material support to the group.
MailOnline India

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US Army sergeant indicted in Hawaii on charges of trying to help Islamic State

Ikaika Erik Kang, 34, is being held in jail and is scheduled to appear in court in Honolulu on Monday to face charges. He was arrested on July 8.
Zee News

Investigators look for cause of fatal Hawaii tower fire

Honolulu fire officials on Saturday were hoping to determine the cause of a blaze that tore through three upper floors of a 36-story residential tower in Hawaii's capital, killing at least three..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Probe into fatal Hawaii residential tower fire gets under way

By Alex Dobuzinskis REUTERS - Honolulu fire officials on Saturday were hoping to determine the cause of a blaze that tore through three upper floors of a 36-story residential tower in Hawaii's capital,..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Honolulu High-Rise Fire: Another Preventable Fatal Fire

HONOLULU, July 15, 2017 : Yesterday's tragic high-rise fire is a sombering reminder that high-rise buildings without fire sprinklers place occupants and firefighters at great risk. 3 people are..
newKerala.com

Honolulu tower blaze kills three, including mother and son

Flames ripped through three floors of a Honolulu tower block, killing three people including a mother and her adult son on Friday, officials and media said.
DNA

Honolulu high-rise blaze kills three, injures five

In London, at least 80 people were killed when a fire gutted the 24-story Grenfell Tower apartments on June 14. 
Zee News Also reported by •DNA

3 dead in fire in Honolulu high-rise apartment building

At least three people died as dozens of firefighters battled a multiple-alarm fire in a Honolulu high-rise apartment building just outside Waikiki today.
DNA Also reported by •IndiaTimes

Fire in high-rise apartment building in Honolulu kills three

New York [USA], July 15 : At least three people were killed on Friday after a broke outfire in a high-rise apartment building in Honolulu, Hawaii.
newKerala.com Also reported by •SifyANI News

Fire breaks out at Honolulu high-rise, injuries reported

(Reuters) - Firefighters battled a blaze on Friday in a 36-story condominium tower in Honolulu, as media reported that several people could be injured or trapped in their homes.
Reuters India


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