Thursday 21st September, 2017

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Rosenstein quizzed by Mueller over Comey's firing: What next

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WASHINGTON, U.S. - As part of his expanding probe into the alleged collusion between Russia and U.S. President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, Robert Mueller is ...

Mueller preparing to announce criminal charges?

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WASHINGTON, U.S. - The appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller, who was handed the job of investigating 2016-17’s biggest scandal came with a promise of ...

Russian helicopter mistakenly fires rockets at spectators

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ST. PETERSBURG, Russia - In what the Russian military has dismissed as a “purposeful provocation,” the country’s media reported on Tuesday that a helicopter mistakenly fired

Russia denies bombing U.S.-backed militias in Syria

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MOSCOW, Russia - Faced with accusations by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), that Russia bombed U.S.-backed militias in Syria, Kremlin has now rejected the allegations. SDF, an a

Ukraine's Poroshenko Rejects Russia's 'Hybrid' Peacekeeping Offer

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UNITED NATIONS - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko dismissed a Russian proposal to deploy U.N. peacekeepers in eastern Ukraine as an effort to legalize its ...

More than 20,000 People were Evacuated Because of Bomb Threats in Moscow

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Anonymous bomb signals in nearly 30 buildings were received in Moscow and three Russian regions - Moscow and Rostov and Yamal. While more than 20,000 ...

Trump UN Speech: The "Rocket Man" is About to Commit Suicide

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US President Donald Trump has said during his first speech to the UN General Assembly that Washington may have to "totally destroy" North Korea if ...

Nuclear Operators Forum Discusses Challenges in Finding and Retaining Talent

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The extent to which nuclear energy can achieve its potential of contributing to peace, health and prosperity throughout the world ultimately depends on the availability ...

Huntsman Says Moscow's Meddling Led to Low Level of Trust

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WASHINGTON - Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, President Donald Trump's nominee to be U.S. ambassador to Russia, says Moscow's meddling in the 2016 presidential ...

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CCleaner compromised: Hackers control millions of devices

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - In a shocking expose, British company Piriform and independent researchers said on Monday that hackers had broken into the company’s free software CCleaner.The softw

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Movie Review

La poison
Sacha Guitry's La poison is a bitter pill of a black comedy about a marital relationship that has not just soured, but become positively toxic. The great, shambling French star Michel Simon (Paul Braconnier), whose hangdog mug would be fascinating ...

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The Pan Pacific Hotel, Vancouver, Canada

This spectacularly located waterfront hotel backs on to the CBD and the Gas Light district at Canada Place, adjoining the World Trade Centre, and ...

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