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    28 min ago | The Cyprus Weekly

    In Cyprus Stay in touch with all the latest news from Cyprus with regular updates on the main stories from the newsroom of The Cyprus Weekly newspaper On a rainy Saturday that only accentuated the grief, 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium under umbrellas and plastic ponchos to say goodbye to members of the Chapecoense football club who died in a plane crash. The accident Monday in the Colombian Andes claimed most of the team's players and staff as it headed to the finals of one of Latin America's most important club tournaments.

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  2. Body parts found after Indonesian plane missingRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Nation

    Authorities have recovered body parts and debris in waters where an Indonesian plane carrying police went missing, officials said Sunday, raising fears over the fate of the flight's passengers and crew. The M28 Skytruck plane carrying 13 people lost contact with air traffic control Saturday during a flight from Pangkal Pinang, Bangka Belitung province to Batam in the Riau Islands province in western Indonesia.

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  3. Chapecoense fans pay homage to heroesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KXLY-TV Spokane

    They had waved them off a week ago for what was going to be the biggest game in the history of Chapecoense football club, hoping for a victory in the Copa Sudamerica final. But the dream died and the town was shattered in that devastating plane crash on Monday night when 19 players and another 19 club staff were killed.

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    2 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal

    On Saturday, 20,000 people filled a stadium in Chapeco, Brazil, despite a rainstorm, to honor members of the town's football club who died in a plane crash earlier this week. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency The charter plane that ran out of fuel 8 miles short of its destination this week and crashed in Colombia, killing 71 people including most of a Brazilian soccer team, had bypassed a possible refueling stop that lacked lights as the flight was running behind and darkness fell.

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  5. AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. ESTRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

    Firefighters struggled to get to bodies in the rubble Saturday after a fire tore through a converted Oakland warehouse during a late-night electronic music party, killing at least 9 people and making the charred structure unsafe for emergency crews to enter. Officials said at least two dozen more were missing in the rubble of the building.

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  6. El Clasico: Serigo Ramos' last-gasp goal rescues Real Madrid against BarcelonaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos celebrates scoring a goal against Barca during the La Liga tie at Camp Nou on Saturday. Pic/Getty Images Barcelona: Sergio Ramos's stoppage-time equaliser maintained Real Madrid's six-point lead at the top of La Liga as the European champions salvaged a 1-1 draw at Barcelona in Saturday's El Clasico.

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  7. Surviving a plane crash is more common than you might think Read Story Jonathan PetramalaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    It's seems unlikely or impossible. But research by the National Transportation Safety Board shows chances are actually pretty good that you can survive a plane crash.

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  8. Chapecoense tragedy forces us to face one of our deepest fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | New York Post

    Relatives of the members of the Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense Real pay tribute to the players killed in a plane crash. We keep the thousand-pound elephant locked in the closet of every room in which we talk sports.

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  9. Report: Chapecoense to receive Copa Sudamericana titleRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Nothing can bring back the Chapecoense soccer players who were killed in a plane crash Monday. But Saturday brought a gesture that could go some way toward brightening the spirits of the surviving players and other members of the organization, not to mention millions of mourning Brazilians and soccer fans around the world.

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  10. Rain, grief and sorrow accentuate memorial for dead at Brazil clubRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Texarkana Gazette

    On a rainy Saturday that only accentuated the grief, 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium under umbrellas and plastic ponchos to say goodbye to members of the Chapecoense soccer club who died in a plane crash. The accident Monday in the Colombian Andes claimed most of the team's players and staff as it headed to the finals of one of Latin America's most important club tournaments.

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  11. Leftist leaders join thousands to send off Fidel Castro in CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Age

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  12. Rain and sorrow accentuate memorial for dead at Brazil clubRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | KCTV5

    The bodies of the Brazilian victims will be repatriated later Friday on thre... . Miniature paper figures of Chapecoense soccer players adorn a memorial at the club's stadium Conda Arena in Chapeco, Brazil, Friday, Dec. 2, 2016.

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  13. Tens of thousands in Brazil bid farewell to plane crash victimsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Nerve News

    Brasilia, Dec 4 - Tens of thousands of people packed the stadium in the southern Brazilian city of Chapeco to bid an emotional farewell to players and other members of the Chapecoense soccer team who died in a plane crash earlier this week in Colombia. Despite the overall mood of sadness that marked the rain-drenched mass wake, the crowd on Saturday chanted in unison the champion has returned when the host promised that the club devastated by Monday night's accident would rebuild itself with the joy, faith and hope that these players represented, EFE news reported.

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  14. Brazil mourns soccer club crash victims in packed stadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    On a rainy Saturday that only accentuated the grief, 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium under umbrellas and plastic ponchos to say goodbye to members of the Chapecoense soccer club who died in a plane crash. The accident Monday in the Colombian Andes claimed most of the team's players and staff as it headed to the finals of one of Latin America's most important club tournaments.

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  15. a We are all Chapecoensea *Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Trinadad Express

    NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN: Relatives of the members of the Chapecoense Real football club team killed in a plane crash in Colombia enter the field for the funeral ceremony at the stadium in Chapeco, Santa Catarina, Brazil, yesterday. - Photos: AFP On a rainy Saturday that only accentuated the grief, 20,000 people filled a tiny stadium under umbrellas and plastic ponchos to say goodbye to members of the Chapecoense soccer club who died in a plane crash.

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  16. NTSB: Fuel starvation caused plane crash that killed 4 relatives, 7-year-old survivedRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | WAVE-TV Louisville

    The National Transportation Safety Board has issued their factual report for their investigation into a deadly plane crash that happened January 2, 2015 in Lyon County, Kentucky. According to the NTSB's report, engines on the plane, a Piper PA34, ceased operation after being starved of fuel.

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  17. CONFIRMED: Chapecoense will be awarded Copa SudamericanaRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sporting News

    The Brazilian side's interim president Ivan Tozzo has announced that CONMEBOL will be granting the club the tournament title and prize money Ivan Tozzo has revealed that CONMEBOL officials have confirmed that the title will be posthumously bestowed upon the Brazilian side in the wake of a tragic plane crash that cost the lives of 71 people on board - including 19 players. "In addition, the club will receive the two million dollar prize.

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  18. Be very afraid: Trump claims his unpredictability is a strength in global affairsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Washington: We live in frightening times. After their White House meeting last month, Barack Obama cautioned Americans and the world that the sobering weight of the presidency would restrain Donald Trump - but now we know that everything is up for grabs.

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  19. San Lorenzo players wear kits they swapped with Chapecoense players in Copa semisRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Fox Sports

    As an emotional memorial for the victims of this week's tragic plane crash was held at Chapecoense's Arena Conda in Brazil, another tribute took place in Argentina. A number of players on San Lorenzo, the team that Chapecoense eliminated in the Copa Sudamerica semifinal, wore Chapecoense kits ahead of Saturday's match against Olimpo.

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  20. Investigation to begin into Colombia plane crashRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Echo

    Colombia's Atletico Nacional , who were due to play a Copa Sudamericana final against Chapecoense, and other major football clubs expressed grief on Tuesday over the deaths of many team members of the Brazilian club in a plane crash . A total of 71 people were killed late Monday when the charter plane crashed in the mountains near Medellin, Colombia.

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