Russia expert: US decision to supply arms to Ukraine a 'mistake' – The Hill

Russia expert: US decision to supply arms to Ukraine a 'mistake' – The Hill

Stephen Cohen, a professor emeritus of Russian studies at New York University and Princeton University, says the Trump administration’s decision to supply lethal weapons to Ukraine was a “mistake.”

In an interview with radio host John Catsimatidis, Cohen said that it was clear that Trump – like Obama – did not want to approve a plan to provide the new arms to Ukraine, but decided to do so in an attempt to shirk allegations that he has acted as a “Putin puppet.”

“Look at what Trump is accused of everyday in all the newspapers of being an agent of the Kremlin,” Cohen said. “His nervous system is clearly cracking under these charges and he thinks this will get this monkey off his back.”


Cohen, who has in the past voiced skepticism of allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, also criticized the breadth of ongoing investigations into Moscow’s role in the 2016 presidential election.

He said that indictments stemming from special counsel Robert MuellerRobert Swan Mueller Sasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russia probeMORE‘s investigation into Russian meddling in the election gave the appearance of Kremlin-linked wrongdoing, but in reality had nothing to do with Russia.

“What you’re ending up with as Mueller gets guys to plead to financial crimes, is you’re getting ‘Russiagate’ without Russia,” he said. “So I don’t know where this is leading.”

Mueller’s investigation has so far turned up charges against former Trump campaign chairman Paul ManafortPaul John ManafortJudge warns Manafort not to discuss case with mediaManafort involved in drafting op-ed defending his Ukrainian work: court papersTrump went off on Manafort for suggesting he should not appear on Sunday shows: reportMORE and one of his associates for money laundering, tax evasion and failing to register as a foreign agent, among other charges.

George PapadopoulosGeorge Demetrios PapadopoulosMueller team questions how much Trump knew on Russia contacts: reportPapadopoulos lied to FBI out of loyalty to Trump: reportWhite House was not aware Clovis testified before grand jury: reportMORE, a former foreign policy adviser to Trump’s campaign, and Michael Flynn, Trump’s first national security adviser, have also both pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about their contacts with people linked to the Russian government.

Trump and his allies have denied allegations that the campaign conspired with the Russian government to disrupt and influence the 2016 presidential election, and the president himself has called Mueller’s investigation a “witch hunt.”

Published at Sun, 31 Dec 2017 12:01:00 +0000

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'Make America Gay Again.' Mike Pence Gets Trolled With Rainbow Banner – TIME

'Make America Gay Again.' Mike Pence Gets Trolled With Rainbow Banner – TIME

Vice President Mike Pence was met with a “Make America Gay Again” banner while in Colorado for a family vacation.

The rainbow banner was hung on a stone pillar at the end of the driveway where the Pence family is staying, the Washington Post reported.

It was later discovered that Pence’s temporary next-door neighbors hung the banner.

Pitkin County Sheriff Joe DiSalvo told the Aspen Timesone of his deputies was present when the man put the banner over the stone pillar.

“He was real sheepish and thought he might be confronted by the Secret Service or deputies who’d tell him he couldn’t do it. When they said, ‘We’re not here to control your free speech rights,’ they came out with chili and began feeding them,” DiSalvo told the Times.

Pence has a history of controversial comments regarding the LGBT community. Pence has opposed same-sex marriage and, as governor of Indiana, signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which would allow businesses to refuse to serve members of the LGBT community, though the bill was later changed to include anti-discrimination language.

Pence is expected to leave the area Tuesday, according to the Aspen Times.

Published at Sat, 30 Dec 2017 20:41:20 +0000

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Activist Erica Garner, 27, dies after heart attack – CNN

Activist Erica Garner, 27, dies after heart attack – CNN

“Erica the world loves you. I love you. I am glad you came into our lives. May you find the peace in the next life that you deserved while you were here. I will always love you my sister. love you,” Garner’s Twitter account, which is run by her family, said.
Garner, 27, had gone into cardiac arrest earlier in the week and suffered major brain damage from a lack of oxygen, the account said.
“When you report this you remember she was human: mother, daughter, sister, aunt. Her heart was bigger than the world. It really really was,” her account said. “She cared when most people wouldn’t have. She was good. She only pursued right, no matter what. No one gave her justice.”
Erica Garner is the eldest daughter of Eric Garner, a 43-year-old father of six. In July 2014, police attempted to arrest Eric Garner for allegedly selling cigarrettes illegally in Staten Island. Video of the incident shows New York Police officer Daniel Pantaleo tackling Garner from behind and taking him to the ground using a department-banned chokehold.

Pushed for social justice, political change

Erica Garner campaigns for Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders during a campaign event at University of South Carolina on February 16, 2016.
Eric Garner, who had asthma, was pronounced dead that day. His apparent last words — “I can’t breathe! I can’t breathe!” — became a rallying cry for protesters and outraged citizens who said the incident showed that law enforcement abused their power and mistreated people of color.
His death was ruled a homicide, but a grand jury decided not to indict Pantaleo on criminal charges. The city of New York settled with Eric Garner’s estate for $5.9 million in July 2015.
Erica Garner became a prominent activist in the wake of her father’s death, pushing for political change and social justice broadly aligned with the Black Lives Matter movement.
She told CNN’s Don Lemon in 2014 she believed her father’s death had more to do with police misconduct than race.
“I can’t really say it’s a black and white issue,” she said. “It’s about the police officer and abusing their power.”
During the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries, she endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and prominently appeared in an ad for his campaign.
“I feel like a representative for people throughout this whole nation because I’m doing this. I’m speaking out, me being his daughter,” she said in the ad. “That’s what I want to do. I just want to tell my truth.”

‘Erica had to fight for justice’

A number of Black Lives Matter activists and prominent politicians have praised her life and fight over the past few days.
“When you were her friend, you (were) her friend through all adversity,” activist Shaun King said on Twitter. “She was a fierce protector of her friends and family. A truth teller. As genuine and authentic of a soul you’ll ever encounter. We’re less because of this loss.”
Some activists suggested the NYPD and its systems of power bore some responsibility for her death.
“The police killed her unarmed, nonviolent father with an illegal chokehold and got off with nary a word,” Brittany Packnett, a leader in the Black Lives Matter movement and co-founder of Campaign Zero, said on Twitter. “Erica had to fight for justice. Then for her own life. She didn’t deserve this. Her father didn’t deserve this. Her family doesn’t deserve this. All this for being Black in America. I can’t.”
Rev. Al Sharpton made a similar point in lauding Erica Garner as a “warrior to the end” in her fight for justice on Saturday morning at a meeting with the National Action Network.
“Many will say that Erica died of a heart attack, but that’s only partially true because her heart was already broken when she couldn’t get justice for her father,” he said. “Whatever the asthma and the others attacked was a piece of the heart left. Her heart was attacked by a system that would choke her dad and not hold accountable those that did it.”
“If anything she would want us to do in memory of her is keep fighting for justice and keep fighting for families,” he said.

Published at Sat, 30 Dec 2017 15:05:52 +0000

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Iranian protests: Government supporters in show of strength – BBC News

Iranian protests: Government supporters in show of strength – BBC News

Thousands of pro-government demonstrators are attending rallies in Iran, after two days of anti-government protests.

State TV showed crowds of black-clad supporters in the capital, Tehran.

Dozens of people have been arrested during days of protests over corruption and living standards, which the vice president suggested were being organised by political opponents.

The US administration warned Iran that “the world was watching” its response.

Saturday’s official rallies were organised in advance of the anti-government protests, to mark the eighth anniversary of the suppression of major street protests.

In 2009, masses came out in favour of the then-president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in response to protests by reformists over a disputed election which returned him to power.

Meanwhile, the Iranian authorities are blaming anti-revolutionaries and agents of foreign powers for the protests.

They have promised that the protestors will be dealt with harshly, while admitting there is genuine and widespread discontent.

How did the anti-government demonstrations start?

The protests started in the north-eastern city of Mashhad – the country’s second most-populous – on Thursday.

People there took to the streets to express anger at the government over high prices, and vented their fury against President Hassan Rouhani. Fifty-two people were arrested there for chanting “harsh slogans”.

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The protests spread to at least half a dozen cities on Friday. In some cities police in riot gear and on motorbikes clashed with demonstrators.

Some protests developed into broader demonstrations against the authorities, calling for the release of political prisoners and an end to police beatings. It was the biggest display of public dissent since huge pro-reform rallies in 2009.

Overall, the numbers said to be taking part range from less than 100 in some places to thousands in others – but demonstrations do not appear to be taking place on a massive scale.

On social media, there are calls for more protests later on Saturday. Some reports suggested these were already taking place.

What is Iran saying about the protests?

First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri has suggested that government opponents are behind the protests, according to comments reported by state broadcaster IRIB.

He said: “Some incidents in the country these days are on the pretext of economic problems, but it seems there is something else behind them. They think by doing this they harm the government, but it will be others who ride the wave.”

The governor-general of Tehran said that any such gatherings would be firmly dealt with by the police, who are out in force on the main roads.

Officials in Mashhad said the protest was organised by “counter-revolutionary elements”, and video online showed police using water cannon.

What was the US response?

“The Iranian government should respect their people’s rights, including their right to express themselves. The world is watching,” White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said on Twitter.

The same tweet later appeared on President Donald Trump’s Twitter account.

The US State Department urged all nations “to publicly support the Iranian people and their demands for basic rights and an end to corruption”.

What is behind the unrest?

The protests were initially against economic conditions and corruption but appear to have turned political.

Slogans have been chanted against not just Mr Rouhani but Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and clerical rule in general.

Demonstrators were reportedly heard yelling slogans like “The people are begging, the clerics act like God”. Protests have even been held in Qom, a holy city home to powerful clerics.

There is also anger at Iran’s interventions abroad. In Mashhad, some chanted “not Gaza, not Lebanon, my life for Iran”, a reference to what protesters say is the administration’s focus on foreign rather than domestic issues.

Other demonstrators chanted “leave Syria, think about us” in videos posted online. Iran is a key provider of military support to the government of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

It is also accused of providing arms to Houthi rebels fighting a Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, which it denies, and is an ally of Lebanon’s powerful Shia movement Hezbollah.

Published at Sat, 30 Dec 2017 09:16:44 +0000

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Police arrest man in suspected 'swatting' that preceded deadly police shooting – NBCNews.com

Police arrest man in suspected 'swatting' that preceded deadly police shooting – NBCNews.com

Los Angeles police arrested a 25-year-old man in a suspected “swatting” hoax 911 call in Kansas that ended in the fatal police shooting of an unarmed man.

The LAPD took Tyler Barriss of Los Angeles into custody in that city on Friday afternoon, on a fugitive warrant stemming from the Thursday evening incident in Kansas, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department said.

Police in Wichita fatally shot a man identified by family members as Andrew Finch, 28, after officers responded to a hoax 911 call, police in Kansas said.

Barriss allegedly made the false report after getting into some kind of dispute with another person in connection with online gaming, and Barriss allegedly gave authorities the address that he believed that person lived at, multiple law enforcement sources told NBC News.

But instead the address was for Finch’s home, who was not involved in the dispute, the sources said.

The caller said his father had been shot in the head, and he was holding his mother and a sibling at gunpoint, according to police audio played at a press conference in Wichita Friday.

Officers surrounded the home bracing for a hostage situation, when the man identified as Finch went to the door police told him to put his hands up, and an officer fired after the man moved his hand toward the area of his waistband, Wichita Deputy Police Chief Troy Livingston said.

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Andrew FinchCourtesy Family

Finch was unarmed, he said. “Due to the actions of a prankster we have an innocent victim,” Livingston said.

“We believe this incident is a case of ‘swatting,'” Livingston said. He said the shooting was “a tragic and senseless act” and “the incident is a nightmare for everyone involved, including the family and our police department.”

The officer who fired, a seven-year veteran of the department, is on paid leave pending an investigation.

The Finch family on Friday allowed reporters inside their home. Lisa Finch told them her son was not a gamer.

“What gives the cops the right to open fire?” she asked. “That cop murdered my son over a false report in the first place.”

Dexerto, an online news service focused on gaming, reported that the series of events began with an online argument over a $1 or $2 wager in a “Call of Duty” game on UMG Gaming, which operates online tournaments including one involving “Call of Duty.”

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Wichita police investigate the 911 call near the corner of McCormick and Seneca on Dec. 28, 2017 in Wichita, Kansas.Fernando Salazar / The Wichita Eagle via AP

“We woke this morning to horrible news about an innocent man losing his life,” Shannon Gerritzen, a UMG vice president, said in an email to The Associated Press. “Our hearts go out to his loved ones. We are doing everything we can to assist the authorities in this matter.” She declined to disclose other details.

Barriss was taken into custody in South Los Angeles, and had been living at a transitional recovery center, sources said.

The FBI estimates that roughly 400 cases of swatting occur annually, with some using caller ID spoofing to disguise their number. An FBI supervisor in Kansas City, Missouri, which covers all of Kansas, said the agency joined in the investigation at the request of local police.

In 2012, LAPD Hollywood Division Detectives arrested a then-12-year-old boy in connection with so-called “swatting” calls that manipulated the 911 system to allege violent crimes in progress at the homes of celebrities such as Justin Bieber and Ashton Kutcher.

Published at Sat, 30 Dec 2017 06:23:06 +0000

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South Korea Seizes Ship Suspected Of At-Sea Oil Transfer To Benefit North Korea – NPR

South Korea Seizes Ship Suspected Of At-Sea Oil Transfer To Benefit North Korea – NPR

U.S. reconnaissance images show a North Korean ship, the Rye Song Gang 1, conducting a ship-to-ship transfer, possibly of oil, in an effort to evade sanctions on Oct. 19. South Korea has seized a ship it suspects of participating in such transfers.

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South Korea has seized a Hong Kong-flagged vessel under suspicions that it illegally transferred oil to North Korea, in violation of U.N. sanctions. The vessel, the Lighthouse Winmore, was seized one month after it allegedly ferried oil, South Korean media report.

Such ship-to-ship transfers are prohibited by a U.N. Security Council Resolution that was adopted in September, part of a suite of sanctions that target North Korea over its nuclear and missile programs.

The seizure and inspection took place in November, but it was reported only after South Korea’s Chosun Ilbo newspaper published U.S. reconnaissance photos on Tuesday that were part of a U.S. Treasury Department announcement of sanctions on 20 North Korean vessels and six shipping and trading companies. The U.S. sanctions cited suspected ship-to-ship transfers of oil in international waters.

The Chosun Ilbo reports that U.S. reconnaissance images had shown “Chinese ships selling oil to North Korean vessels on the West Sea around 30 times since October.”

When the Treasury Department released reconnaissance images of an Oct. 19 rendezvous between two ships, the agency named the North Korean ship as the Rye Song Gang 1 — and included an image clearly showing the name on the vessel’s hull. It did not identify the other, much larger, ship.

Citing South Korean officials, the Yonhap news agency reports that the Lighthouse Winmore is suspected of transferring 600 tons of refined petroleum to a North Korean vessel on Oct. 19. The ship was seized in late November after it came into South Korea’s port in Yeosu. It reportedly remains in custody.

From Yonhap:

“The Hong Kong-flagged ship was chartered by Taiwanese company Billions Bunker Group and previously visited South Korea’s Yeosu Port on Oct. 11 to load up on Japanese refined oil and head to its claimed destination in Taiwan, the authorities noted.

“Instead of going to Taiwan, however, the vessel transferred the oil to a North Korean ship, the Sam Jong 2, and three other non-North Korean vessels in international waters, they said.”

After the reconnaissance photos were publicized, President Trump tweeted, “Caught RED HANDED – very disappointed that China is allowing oil to go into North Korea. There will never be a friendly solution to the North Korea problem if this continues to happen!”

On Friday, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said that charges of Chinese ships sending oil to North Korea “do not accord with facts.”

As state-run Xinua media reports, “Hua said that China had immediately investigated the relevant ship and found that it has not docked in any Chinese ports and had no entry and departure records of Chinese ports since August.”

The U.S. has repeatedly called China a pivotal player in the effort to convince North Korea to rein in its nuclear program and ease tensions on the Korean Peninsula. Earlier this week, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on China to “exert its decisive economic leverage on Pyongyang.”

Writing an op-ed piece for The New York Times, Tillerson added, “China has applied certain import bans and sanctions, but it could and should do more.”

Published at Fri, 29 Dec 2017 15:08:00 +0000

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Trump tells NYT he thinks Mueller will 'be fair' – CNN

Trump tells NYT he thinks Mueller will 'be fair' – CNN

His comments — made during an interview with The New York Times — come after Republicans and supporters of Trump had raised questions over Mueller and his investigative team.
Several Republicans, including Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, have called for the removal of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe — a move Democrats have argued is an effort to undermine Mueller as his investigation ramps up and to give Trump cover should he try to remove Mueller, a step the White House insists is not on the table.
Trump said the investigation “makes the country look very bad, and it puts the country in a very bad position. So the sooner it’s worked out, the better it is for the country.”
Most Americans doubt Trump on Russia probe, while Mueller approval tilts positive
The President was also asked if former President Barack Obama’s attorney general, Eric Holder, was more loyal than his own attorney general, Jeff Sessions.
“I don’t want to get into loyalty, but … I will say this: Holder protected President Obama. Totally protected him,” Trump responded. “When you look at the things that they did, and Holder protected the President. And I have great respect for that, I’ll be honest.”
Trump again said in the interview that it was “too bad” Sessions had recused himself from the Russia investigation.
Asked if he would order the Justice Department to reopen the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, Trump told the Times: “I have the absolute right to do what I want with the Justice Department. But for purposes of hopefully thinking I’m going to be treated fairly, I’ve stayed uninvolved with this particular matter.”
More Americans said they approve of how Mueller is handling the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election than said they disapprove, a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS found last week.
A majority of Americans said they disapprove of Trump’s handling of the same investigation, while just a third said they approve — a result that has held fairly steady over the last five months of CNN surveys.

Published at Fri, 29 Dec 2017 02:41:06 +0000

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Apple will offer discounts on replacement batteries, as lawsuits over iPhone slowdowns pile up – Chron.com

Apple will offer discounts on replacement batteries, as lawsuits over iPhone slowdowns pile up – Chron.com

Published 4:31 pm, Thursday, December 28, 2017

Apple chief executive Tim Cook apologized to customers Thursday for not being clear that the company slows down phones with aging batteries. Cook promised that, in the future, Apple will “give users more visibility into the health of their iPhone’s battery” and let people see if their battery’s age affects their phone’s performance.

Apple is offering a discount on battery replacements to anyone with an iPhone 6 or later, the company said in a statement. A replacement will now cost $29 instead of $79 starting in late January 2018. The cheaper price is more in line with third-party repair shops.

While Cook’s message was apologetic, he still rejected allegations that Apple slowed down phones with older batteries as a way to push people into buying new phones. “First and foremost, we have never – and would never – do anything to intentionally shorten the life of any Apple product, or degrade the user experience to drive customer upgrades,” he said.

The company said previously that unless it reduces the performance of its phones, the older batteries run a higher risk of spontaneously shutting down. This explanation makes technical sense, many experts have said.

Apple’s disclosure last week that it slows down phones has sparked much criticism and a string of lawsuits. A French consumer rights group filed a suit on Dec. 27 that accuses Apple of degrading its old phones in order to sell new ones. In France, it’s illegal to degrade old products to promote the sale of new ones, meaning that the suit filed in France by the group Halte à l’Obsolescence Programmée is the only lawsuit that carries the possibility of up to two years in prison.

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The group, which lays out its case in an online statement, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. It has also previously sued printer companies including Epson over claims that they violate the same law. The printer case is currently under investigation.

Apple also faces at least eight lawsuits from iPhone owners in places including California, New York, New Jersey and even Israel that claim Apple owes its customers money for not previously disclosing the slowdowns. The suits ask the company to pay iPhone owners varying amounts. One California suit seeks nearly $1 trillion in damages.

South Korean government telecommunications officials have also said they will look into the reports, according to the Korea Herald.

The argument of the people criticizing Apple largely have rested on two claims: one, that Apple hurt the performance of the phones in secret and two, that doing so made it more likely that someone would buy a new iPhone rather than fix their old one.

That, argues one lawsuit filed in the Eastern District of New York, amounts to a sort of fraud: “Had Plaintiffs been informed by Apple that a simple battery replacement would have improved the performance of their iPhones, Plaintiffs would have chosen to replace their batteries which was clearly a more cost effective method rather than upgrading to a new iPhone that was extremely costly.”

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the suits or the investigation.

The suits cap off a rocky year for Apple, which saw a lot of financial success but also a good deal of small controversies – including a bug that prevented iPhone owners from typing “i” and several software issues. It also faced criticism over a lukewarm reception for its iPhone X and had to delay the release of its smart speaker, the HomePod, to 2018.

That said, Apple’s not hurting on the business front, though. Cook earned his $9.33 million end-of-year bonus thanks to strong stock market performance. And Apple appears to be finishing the year strong, with more people starting up new iPhones and iPads than devices from any other gadgetmaker this year, according to research firm Flurry Analytics.

Published at Fri, 29 Dec 2017 08:05:01 +0000

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New York City apartment fire kills 12, injures several others – Reuters

New York City apartment fire kills 12, injures several others – Reuters

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Twelve people were killed, including an infant, and four were critically injured on Thursday in a fire that swept through several floors of an apartment building in the New York City borough of the Bronx, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

The blaze started on the first floor of the brick building and quickly spread upstairs, city Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro told reporters at a news conference with the mayor. The cause was under investigation.

De Blasio said the death toll ranked as “one of the worst losses of life to a fire in many, many years” in the city.

Four people were in hospital in critical condition “fighting for their lives,” the mayor said.

Authorities said firefighters rescued 12 people from the building.

“People died on various floors of the apartment, ranging in age from 1 to over 50,” Nigro told reporters. “In a department that is surely no stranger to tragedy, we’re shocked by the lives lost.”

Two of the dead were found in a bathtub, according to cable news station NY1.

“Hold your families close and keep those families here in the Bronx in your prayers,” de Blasio said in a message to New Yorkers.

The blaze erupted shortly before 7 p.m. in the Belmont section of the Bronx, a primarily residential, close-knit neighborhood known as the “Little Italy” of the borough, adjacent to the Bronx Zoo and Fordham University.

New York Police Department (NYPD) officers stand guard during an evacuation following a fire at an apartment building in Bronx, New York, U.S. December 28, 2017. REUTERS/Amr Alfiky

New York is going through a bitter cold snap with temperatures in the low-teens Fahrenheit and high winds, which according to one media account, stoked flames inside the building as residents flung open doors and windows.

Wherever fire hoses sprayed, the ground was covered with sheets of ice, according to an NY1 reporter.

One witness, Rafael Gonzalez, who lives across the street from the building, told television station WCBS-TV, an affiliate of CBS News, he saw some youths on a fire escape of the burning building as the fire raged.

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“What woke me up was the smoke, because I thought it was my building,” he said.

No heavy damage to the exterior of the building was visible in news footage and photographs.

The New York City Fire Department said more than 160 firefighters responded to the four-alarm blaze.

Pictures posted on Twitter by the fire department showed two fire trucks with aerial ladders extended to the upper floors of a brick building bathed in flood lights, and firefighters on the fire escape outside what appeared to be a second- or third-floor unit.

The number of civilian fire fatalities in New York City last year dropped to 48, the fewest in the 100 years since record-keeping began, the FDNY said on its website.

Data on 2017 fire fatalities was not immediately available.

Reporting by Daniel Trotta in New York; Additional reporting by Dan Whitcomb in Los Angeles; Writing by Steve Gorman; Editing by Leslie Adler, Robert Birsel

Published at Fri, 29 Dec 2017 03:45:12 +0000

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