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January 10 2022: Bronx fire, Russia, U.S. on Ukraine, Djokovic, Ron Johnson, Bob Saget found dead

Reuters, 10 Jan 2022
January 10 2022: 19 die in Bronx fire, U.S. and Russia meet on Ukraine, Novak Djokovic out of detention, Ron Johnson to run for re-election, Actor and comedian Bob Saget found dead

1. Nineteen people were killed, including nine children, and dozens were injured when a fire started by a malfunctioning space heater spread smoke through a low-income building in The Bronx borough of New York City on Sunday, city officials said.

2. The U.S. and Russia begin tense talks in Geneva over Ukraine. Washington hopes to avert the danger of a new Russian invasion of Ukraine
without conceding to the Kremlin's far-reaching security demands

3. Tennis star Novak Djokovic wins a court battle to stay in Australia
and was released from immigration detention amid a row over his medical exemption from COVID-19 vaccination requirements. Novak Djokovic tested positive for COVID-19 on Dec. 16, according to court documents in Australia. 

4. Wisconsin Senator and Trump ally Ron Johnson will seek a third term rather than retire

5. ‘Full House’ actor and comedian Bob Saget is found dead in a Florida hotel room. In contrast to his wholesome TV image, Saget's stand-up act delivered raunchy adult-oriented comedy. The local medical examiner's office will determine the cause of Saget's death, the sheriff's department said.

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