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Families Mark 25th Anniversary of Club Fire That Killed 87

(NEW YORK) — Family members and friends of victims gathered at a vigil Wednesday night to commemorate the 25th anniversary of a social club fire that killed almost 90 people. 603 more words

Global Leaders Pay Respects After the Passing of Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew

Messages of condolence flooded in from the East and the West on Monday as the world paid tribute to Singapore’s founding father and first Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, following the former strongman’s death at the age of 91. 645 more words

'Father of Singapore' Lee Kuan Yew Dies at 91

TIME once made Lee Kuan Yew cry. It was the fall of 2005, in Singapore, during nearly five hours of interview spread over two days. The conversation had turned to family and friends, and faith as a source of strength in the face of adversity. 2,954 more words

Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser Dies at 84

(CANBERRA) — Malcolm Fraser, the former Australian prime minister who was notoriously catapulted to power by a constitutional crisis that left the nation bitterly divided, died on Friday his office said. 741 more words

Lucy Coffey, Oldest Female U.S. Veteran, Dies at 108

(SAN ANTONIO) — The nation’s oldest female military veteran is dead. She was 108.

Lucy Coffey was found dead in her bed in San Antonio Thursday morning. 104 more words

Dear Kitai, It's been a year since you left me. . .

Sometimes at night I dream about you. It happens quite often. Usually I’m looking for you because you’re lost and I can’t find you. I wake in a panic because I’m desperately worried something bad will happen to you if I don’t find you. 987 more words


Free Bassist Andy Fraser, 'All Right Now' Co-Writer, Dies

TEMECULA, Calif. (AP) — Andy Fraser, who co-wrote the rousing rock anthem “All Right Now” when he was the teenage bassist for the British rock band Free, has died in California at age 62. 214 more words