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The Yukon's front-seat passenger, a 43-year-old woman, died at the scene.
Kishida said he and Biden had agreed to cooperate to realize a free and open Indo-Pacific, to work closely on China and the North Korean missile issue and also to cooperate on Ukraine.
The Colorado Fire, which has been active since Friday, was 5% contained, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) said.
The proposal, made by the WHO's working group on sustainable financing, would increase each member state's standing annual contribution, according to a WHO document published online and dated Jan. 4.

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The UND president said legislative funding is always a factor facing higher education leaders when making campus decisions.
The Department of Transportation was considering canceling a study into the multi-trailer truck platoons sometimes called "road trains" after struggling to attract trucking industry participants.
More than 33,000 gallons of highly concentrated salt water spilled at a disposal well site operated by the Canadian company Crescent Point Energy.
Three deputies of the Stark County Sheriff's Office were recognized Thursday with promotions in a ceremony at the Stark County District Courthouse. Sheriff Corey Lee said he's grateful for their loyal service to the department and the people of Stark County.
Not much is known about the individuals, aside from authorities believing they are a family of Indian nationals, and part of a larger group apprehended in northern Minnesota, about 6 miles east of Pembina.

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Originally slated to take place earlier this week on the North Dakota State University campus in Fargo, Burgum rescheduled the address due to a case of laryngitis that was hindering his ability to speak.
The appeal, filed to the North Dakota Supreme Court on Thursday, Jan 20, states that Chad Trolon Isaak, 47, plans to argue "whether there was sufficient evidence to support the conviction," according to the court filing.
North Dakota's flagship, $1 billion carbon capture venture moved a step forward Friday with a key greenlight from top state regulators.

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