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The Latest: Wife Say Ali Wanted Life to Be Teachable Moment
The Latest on the memorial service for Muhammad Ali (all times local): 5:05 p.m. Muhammad Ali's widow, Lonnie Ali, took the stage at her husband's memorial to thunderous chants. She talked about how Ali wanted to be remembered in death. "Muhammad indicated that when the end came for him, he wanted....

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World farewells The Greatest
Muhammad Ali's daughter Maryum. Picture: AP/David Goldman Muhammad Ali's funeral procession makes its way through Louisville as onlookers line the street. Picture: AP Photo/Jeff Roberson. Louisville pastor Kevin Cosby said Ali loved everyone, whether they lived in the penthouse or the projects.

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'Ali! Ali!': The World Says Goodbye to The Greatest
Louisville and the rest of the world said goodbye to The Greatest on Friday, showering affection on Muhammad Ali during a fist-pumping funeral procession through the streets of his hometown, followed by a star-studded memorial service where he was saluted as a brash and outspoken breaker of racial barriers.

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The Latest: White House adviser reads letter from Obama
By The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Latest on the memorial service for Muhammad Ali (all times local): 5:05 p.m. Muhammad Ali's widow, Lonnie Ali, took the stage at her husband's memorial to thunderous chants. She talked about how Ali wanted to be remembered in death.

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Stepmom didn't kill teen, defence tells trial
Biddersingh's defence team said in closing arguments on Friday that their clients was unaware the 17-year-old Melonie's life was at risk and did nothing to cause the girl's death. "To convict Elaine Biddersingh in this case of murder or even manslaughter would be an injustice for a woman who was living in a terrible situation," said Jennifer Myers.

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The Latest: Rabbi fires up crowd Ali's memorial service
David Goldman The Latest: Rabbi fires up crowd Ali's memorial service. Spectators cheer after Rabbi Michael Lerner's speech during Muhammad Ali's memorial service, Friday, June 10, 2016, in Louisville, Ky. (AP Photo/David Goldman) David Goldman The Latest: Rabbi fires up crowd Ali's memorial service.

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16:01 100,000 mourners line the streets to bid farewell to Muhammad Ali
An estimated 100,000 people holding signs and chanting, "Ali! Ali!" lined the streets as a hearse carrying his cherry-red coffin made its way past his childhood home to Louisville's Cave Hill Cemetery, where a private graveside service was held for the three-time heavyweight champion of the world.

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Muhammad Ali’s funeral ‘a teaching moment’ his widow says, as thousands gather to pay respects
ȁ#x201c;He believed it was his duty to let everyone see him in person, because, after all, he was the greatest person of all time,ȁ#x201d; she said. Memorial service a political statement: Ali was a devout Muslim, and the service began with Imam Zaid Shakir reading passages from the Quran before....

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Muhammad Ali's life celebrated by thousands during star-studded memorial service
Louisville and the rest of the world said goodbye to The Greatest on Friday, showering affection on Muhammad Ali during a fist-pumping funeral procession through the streets of his hometown, followed by a star-studded memorial service where he was saluted as a fearless breaker of racial barriers.

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'Ali! Ali!': The world says goodbye to The Greatest
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Louisville and the rest of the world said goodbye to The Greatest on Friday, showering affection on Muhammad Ali during a fist-pumping funeral procession through the streets of his hometown, followed by a star-studded memorial service where he was saluted as a fearless breaker of racial barriers.

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IN THEIR WORDS: Reflections as Muhammad Ali laid to rest
As Muhammad Ali is laid to rest with a public funeral and private burial, some of the world's most famous faces reflect on a man known simply as "The Greatest." Ali was buried Friday after a procession in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. "Daddy's looking at us now right, and saying, 'I told you I was the greatest.

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Stepmom didn't kill teen, defence tells trial
Biddersingh's defence team said in closing arguments on Friday that their clients was unaware the 17-year-old Melonie's life was at risk and did nothing to cause the girl's death. "To convict Elaine Biddersingh in this case of murder or even manslaughter would be an injustice for a woman who was living in a terrible situation," said Jennifer Myers.

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The Latest: White House adviser reads letter from Obama
By The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Latest on the memorial service for Muhammad Ali (all times local): 4:50 p.m. Senior White House adviser Valerie Jarrett has read a letter from President Barack Obama at Muhammad Ali's memorial service. Obama was unable to make the trip because of his daughter Malia's high school graduation.

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'Ali! Ali!': The world says goodbye to The Greatest
By JENNA FRYER and BRUCE SCHREINER Associated Press. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Louisville and the rest of the world said goodbye to The Greatest on Friday, showering affection on Muhammad Ali during a fist-pumping funeral procession through the streets of his hometown, followed by a star-studded....

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100,000 line streets in final farewell to Ali
Religious and political leaders of many stripes joined the sports world and tens of thousands of ordinary mourners today to bid farewell to Muhammad Ali, the boxing champion who jolted America with his showmanship and won worldwide admiration as a man of principle.

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100,000 mourners line the streets to bid farewell to Muhammad Ali
An estimated 100,000 people holding signs and chanting, "Ali! Ali!" lined the streets as a hearse carrying his cherry-red coffin made its way past his childhood home to Louisville's Cave Hill Cemetery, where a private graveside service was held for the three-time heavyweight champion of the world.

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"Ali! Ali!": The world says goodbye to The Greatest
An estimated 100,000 people holding signs and chanting, "Ali! Ali!" lined the streets as a hearse carrying his cherry-red casket made its way past his childhood home to Louisville's Cave Hill Cemetery, where a private graveside service was held for the three-time heavyweight champion of the world.

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The Latest: White House adviser reads letter from Obama
By The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Latest on the memorial service for Muhammad Ali (all times local): 4:50 p.m. Senior White House adviser Valerie Jarrett has read a letter from President Barack Obama at Muhammad Ali's memorial service. Obama was unable to make the trip because of his daughter Malia's high school graduation.

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'Ali! Ali!': The world says goodbye to The Greatest
By JENNA FRYER and BRUCE SCHREINER Associated Press. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Louisville and the rest of the world said goodbye to The Greatest on Friday, showering affection on Muhammad Ali during a fist-pumping funeral procession through the streets of his hometown, followed by a star-studded....

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100,000 mourners line the streets to bid farewell to Muhammad Ali Louisville and the rest of the world said goodbye to...
Later a grand memorial service began at a sports arena packed with celebrities, athletes and politicians, including former President Bill Clinton and comedian Billy Crystal, Senator Orrin Hatch, director Spike Lee, former NFL great Jim Brown, Arnold Schwarzenegger, football star David Beckham, and actress Whoopi Goldberg.

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Muhammad Ali, the Greatest, makes his final journey
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Muhammad Ali made his final journey through his hometown Friday — past the little pink house where he grew up and the museum that bears his name — as an estimated 100,000 mourners along the route pumped their fists and chanted, ȁ#x201c;Ali! Ali!ȁ#x201d; for the former heavyweight champion of the world known simply as The Greatest.

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'Ali! Ali!': The world says goodbye to The Greatest
Louisville and the rest of the world are saying goodbye to The Greatest. An estimated 100,000 people pumped their fists and chanted, "Ali, Ali!" as his body was borne to the grave through the streets of his hometown. Now a grand memorial service has begun at a sports arena. By JENNA FRYER and BRUCE SCHREINER.

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'Ali! Ali!': Mourners say farewell to 'The Greatest'
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Louisville and the rest of the world said goodbye to The Greatest on Friday, showering affection on Muhammad Ali during a fist-pumping funeral procession through the streets of his hometown, followed by a star-studded memorial service where he was saluted as a fearless breaker of racial barriers.

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The Latest: White House adviser reads letter from Obama
Later, Rabbi Joe Rapport of Louisville said Ali was "the heart of our city ... and that heart beats still." 4:05 p.m. U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch says he first met Muhammad Ali 28 years ago when the boxing great visited the Utah Republican at his Senate office.

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The Latest: Rabbi fires up crowd Ali's memorial service
By The Associated Press More >> LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Latest on the memorial service for Muhammad Ali (all times local): 4:30 p.m. Two rabbis have spoken at the interfaith memorial service for Muhammad Ali, with one of them receiving four standing ovations and leaving the crowd chanting, "Ali!....

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The Latest: Rabbi fires up crowd Ali's memorial service
By The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The Latest on the memorial service for Muhammad Ali (all times local): 4:30 p.m. Two rabbis have spoken at the interfaith memorial service for Muhammad Ali, with one of them receiving four standing ovations and leaving the crowd chanting, "Ali! Ali!....

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