The storm caused the worst damage in the 108-year history of the city's subway system, and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said it could be four or five days before the biggest US transit system was running again.
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Sderot mayor launches 4th day of hunger strike
It has been four days since Sderot Mayor David Buskila declared a hunger strike in protest of the government's lack of financial support of his town, which is crippled by debts amounting to millions of shekels.
Meanwhile, Sderot residents have decided to push the town's struggle forward, and join the mayor in Jerusalem.
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“If water is coming into your home, go to the highest area,” New York mayor Michael Bloomberg told a press conference during the worst of the
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When a common noun and a proper noun come together as a result the common noun should be started in an upper case, do we call this rule a parallelism? I think that a mayor is a common noun but when it comes as a part of a proper name it should be capitalized, shouldn't it?