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Putin Announces New Hypersonic Weapon Will Be Deployed In «Months»

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that Moscow would deploy new Avangard hypersonic glider warheads in the «coming months,» adding that Russia's hypersonic program is the most advanced in the world, according to a new report from the F
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Putin Announces New Hypersonic Weapon Will Be Deployed In «Months»

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that Moscow would deploy new Avangard hypersonic glider warheads in the «coming months,» adding that Russia's hypersonic program is the most advanced in the world, according to a new report from the Financial Times.

The Saudi Arabian led «intervention» in Yemen has caused «the worst cholera outbreak in the world» where half a million people (mostly children) have died.

Airstrikes carried out in recent days by the Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen struck facilities providing most of the water to the crucial port city of Hodeida, the UN said Sunday.
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The Saudi Arabian led «intervention» in Yemen has caused «the worst cholera outbreak in the world» where half a million people (mostly children) have died.

Airstrikes carried out in recent days by the Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen struck facilities providing most of the water to the crucial port city of Hodeida, the UN said Sunday.

Watch: Henry Kissinger told to «rot in hell» during NYU speech

Forty-five years after being handed the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in negotiating a ceasefire in Vietnam, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger cannot escape the calls of those demanding that he be prosecuted for alleged «war crimes.»
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Watch: Henry Kissinger told to «rot in hell» during NYU speech

Forty-five years after being handed the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in negotiating a ceasefire in Vietnam, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger cannot escape the calls of those demanding that he be prosecuted for alleged «war crimes.»

SC to deliver verdict tomorrow on countrywide ban on firecrackers

The Supreme Court is likely to pronounce a verdict on a plea seeking a ban on the manufacture and sale of firecrackers across the country to curb air pollution. Firecrackers manufacturers earlier told the court that the use of firecrackers should not be compl
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SC to deliver verdict tomorrow on countrywide ban on firecrackers

The Supreme Court is likely to pronounce a verdict on a plea seeking a ban on the manufacture and sale of firecrackers across the country to curb air pollution. Firecrackers manufacturers earlier told the court that the use of firecrackers should not be completely banned and it should instead be strictly regulated.

Muwala wa Katikkiro Mayiga agattiddwa ne kabiite we mu kitiibwa

OMUMYUKA w'omukulembeze w'eggwanga agambye nti gavumenti eyagala nnyo abavubuka okukola amaka kubanga guno gwe musingi gw'ensi ng'era kino kyakubakuuma nga balamu. Bino yabyogeredde mu lutikko e Lubaga...
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Muwala wa Katikkiro Mayiga agattiddwa ne kabiite we mu kitiibwa

OMUMYUKA w'omukulembeze w'eggwanga agambye nti gavumenti eyagala nnyo abavubuka okukola amaka kubanga guno gwe musingi gw'ensi ng'era kino kyakubakuuma nga balamu. Bino yabyogeredde mu lutikko e Lubaga...

New Brunswick village removes 'straight pride' flag after backlash from residents

When Margaret Clark first saw pictures on Facebook of the «straight pride» flag waving in the central New Brunswick village of Chipman, she felt as if she'd been kicked in the stomach.
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New Brunswick village removes 'straight pride' flag after backlash from residents

When Margaret Clark first saw pictures on Facebook of the «straight pride» flag waving in the central New Brunswick village of Chipman, she felt as if she'd been kicked in the stomach.

Accused Fredericton shooter proclaims innocence due to temporary insanity

The man accused of fatally shooting two police officers and two civilians in Fredericton in August interrupts his court proceedings to proclaim his innocence citing temporary insanity.
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Accused Fredericton shooter proclaims innocence due to temporary insanity

The man accused of fatally shooting two police officers and two civilians in Fredericton in August interrupts his court proceedings to proclaim his innocence citing temporary insanity.

Frustrated Osaka looking for answers after opening defeat

Naomi Osaka was left frustrated with her performance after she opened her debut WTA Finals tournament with a 7-5 4-6 6-1 defeat against Sloane Stephens, the US Open champion admitting she never really felt comfortable against the American.
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Frustrated Osaka looking for answers after opening defeat

Naomi Osaka was left frustrated with her performance after she opened her debut WTA Finals tournament with a 7-5 4-6 6-1 defeat against Sloane Stephens, the US Open champion admitting she never really felt comfortable against the American.

The Steel Industry Gets What It Wants on Tariffs

U.S. steelmakers prevailed in their push for the Trump administration to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. The industry also succeeded in a later effort to make some tariffs disappear.
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The Steel Industry Gets What It Wants on Tariffs

U.S. steelmakers prevailed in their push for the Trump administration to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. The industry also succeeded in a later effort to make some tariffs disappear.

Hurricane Michael so powerful it revealed shipwrecks buried for 120 years (PHOTOS)

Hurricane Michael’s wrath was so fearsome that not only did it wreck the Gulf Coast, leaving a massive trail of destruction in its wake, but it unearthed shipwrecks that had been buried for the past 120 years. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Hurricane Michael so powerful it revealed shipwrecks buried for 120 years (PHOTOS)

Hurricane Michael’s wrath was so fearsome that not only did it wreck the Gulf Coast, leaving a massive trail of destruction in its wake, but it unearthed shipwrecks that had been buried for the past 120 years. Read Full Article at RT.com

Brooklyn witches curse Kavanaugh, but will the hex work? RT investigates (VIDEO)

Twitter hashtags failed to stop Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court – but maybe a hex will prevent him from serving? RT met up with a group of witches in Brooklyn who seemed to think so. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Brooklyn witches curse Kavanaugh, but will the hex work? RT investigates (VIDEO)

Twitter hashtags failed to stop Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court – but maybe a hex will prevent him from serving? RT met up with a group of witches in Brooklyn who seemed to think so. Read Full Article at RT.com

Investment Commission Racks Up Hong Kong Investment Interest in Myanmar

Myanmar is keen to see a rise in responsible and quality investments from Hong Kong as part of their plan to raise $200 billion in foreign investments over the next 20 years. The post Investment Commission Racks Up Hong Kong Investment Interest in Myanmar app
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Investment Commission Racks Up Hong Kong Investment Interest in Myanmar

Myanmar is keen to see a rise in responsible and quality investments from Hong Kong as part of their plan to raise $200 billion in foreign investments over the next 20 years. The post Investment Commission Racks Up Hong Kong Investment Interest in Myanmar appeared first on The Irrawaddy.

Villagers in Shan State Petition Govt to Cancel Coal Mine Plans

Locals say about 600 of them signed a letter opposing the mine's development, which they fear will pollute their streams and farms. The post Villagers in Shan State Petition Govt to Cancel Coal Mine Plans appeared first on The Irrawaddy.
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Villagers in Shan State Petition Govt to Cancel Coal Mine Plans

Locals say about 600 of them signed a letter opposing the mine's development, which they fear will pollute their streams and farms. The post Villagers in Shan State Petition Govt to Cancel Coal Mine Plans appeared first on The Irrawaddy.

MoMo, the Hardest-Working Elephant in Show Biz, Turns 65

Thousands turn out as Yangon Zoo throws jumbo-sized birthday bash The post MoMo, the Hardest-Working Elephant in Show Biz, Turns 65 appeared first on The Irrawaddy.
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MoMo, the Hardest-Working Elephant in Show Biz, Turns 65

Thousands turn out as Yangon Zoo throws jumbo-sized birthday bash The post MoMo, the Hardest-Working Elephant in Show Biz, Turns 65 appeared first on The Irrawaddy.

Yangon Gov’t Demands Apology from Eleven Media

City yet to fully comply with order from President’s Office to have Press Council mediate its dispute against three journalists The post Yangon Gov’t Demands Apology from Eleven Media appeared first on The Irrawaddy.
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Yangon Gov’t Demands Apology from Eleven Media

City yet to fully comply with order from President’s Office to have Press Council mediate its dispute against three journalists The post Yangon Gov’t Demands Apology from Eleven Media appeared first on The Irrawaddy.

Anti-Corruption Commission Rejects Request to Probe Yangon Govt Losses

The commission said a probe would be premature as the government and auditor general were still following up on the audit findings; reaction from lawyers and lawmakers was mixed. The post Anti-Corruption Commission Rejects Request to Probe Yangon Govt Losses
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Anti-Corruption Commission Rejects Request to Probe Yangon Govt Losses

The commission said a probe would be premature as the government and auditor general were still following up on the audit findings; reaction from lawyers and lawmakers was mixed. The post Anti-Corruption Commission Rejects Request to Probe Yangon Govt Losses appeared first on The Irrawaddy.

19 killed as buses collide in Pakistan

Nineteen passengers died and 35 others were injured when two speeding buses collided head-on near the Ghazi Ghat area, Pakistan, local The Express Tribune newspaper reported. The injured include three children and one woman. 10 of the passengers are said to
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19 killed as buses collide in Pakistan

Nineteen passengers died and 35 others were injured when two speeding buses collided head-on near the Ghazi Ghat area, Pakistan, local The Express Tribune newspaper reported. The injured include three children and one woman. 10 of the passengers are said to be in critical condition. The buses were carrying passengers on their way to visit holy places from DG Khan to Multan when the accident happened. Rescue 1122 teams rushed to the scene of the accident and shifted the injured to the district hospital of DG Khan and the dead to the trauma centre. According to rescue sources, ten of the injured are said to be in critical condition. Source: AZERTAC

PM: 90% of vehicles in Georgia to be replaced by electric cars

The Georgian Prime Minister says that in the next 10 years, 90% of vehicles in the country will be replaced by electric cars, GeorgiaToday reports. The PM made the statement at the presentation of the Green Policy – Eco-Friendly Transport on October 22. B
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PM: 90% of vehicles in Georgia to be replaced by electric cars

The Georgian Prime Minister says that in the next 10 years, 90% of vehicles in the country will be replaced by electric cars, GeorgiaToday reports. The PM made the statement at the presentation of the Green Policy – Eco-Friendly Transport on October 22. Bakhtadze claims Georgia will be the first country to replace the vehicle fleet with electric cars in such a short period of time. “This is a very ambitious plan, but this plan will bring a great benefit to Georgia,” the PM said. He added that the green economy is a milestone of the reforms and that a plant for the production of electric vehicles is planned to be launched in Georgia. «We will provide encouragement for launching new leasing schemes in Georgia, according to which a consumer will buy an electric car and pay it off within 5 years with the savings made on the fuel costs. Naturally, it creates very important advantages. This means that we will have quite a large market in Georgia. We are already negotiating with two largest brands to build an electric car plant here,» Bakhtadze said. In addition, Bakhtadze announced that a new subway station will be built from Samgori district to Lilo in Tbilisi. “Today, we are announcing a very important project. We will use the infrastructure of the bypass railway to build a new metro station from Samgori to Lilo. At the same time, Tbilisi agglomeration is being developed and this new line will help us to extend to the direction of Rustavi town. This is a historic project,” he said. Source: Trend

Kyrgyz FM and Uzbek Ambassador exchange views on bilateral cooperation

Bishkek, Oct. 22, 2018. / Kabar /. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan Chyngyz Aidarbekov received Ambassador of the Republic of Uzbekistan to the Kyrgyz Republic Komil Rashidov, the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republi
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Kyrgyz FM and Uzbek Ambassador exchange views on bilateral cooperation

Bishkek, Oct. 22, 2018. / Kabar /. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan Chyngyz Aidarbekov received Ambassador of the Republic of Uzbekistan to the Kyrgyz Republic Komil Rashidov, the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic reported. The ambassador conveyed a congratulatory message from Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan A. Kamilov on the occasion of the appointment of Aidarbekov the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic. “During the meeting, an exchange of views took place on a range of issues of Kyrgyz-Uzbek cooperation, including on the implementation of the agreements reached on the basis of mutual visits at high and highest levels,” the report said.

Kyrgyzstan and Kuwait to cooperate in security sphere

Bishkek, Oct. 22, 2018. / Kabar /. Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan Samargyul Adamkulova met with Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Internal Affairs of the State of Kuwait, Sheikh Khaled Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah. The press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the
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Kyrgyzstan and Kuwait to cooperate in security sphere

Bishkek, Oct. 22, 2018. / Kabar /. Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan Samargyul Adamkulova met with Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Internal Affairs of the State of Kuwait, Sheikh Khaled Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah. The press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic reported that during the meeting Adamkulova and Sheikh H. Al-Sabah discussed the development of cooperation between Kyrgyzstan and Kuwait in the field of security. In particular, the sides expressed their readiness to cooperate in all interested areas and agreed to jointly promote the issue of creating the necessary legal framework in this area. Adamkulova told the interlocutor about Kyrgyzstan, the measures conducted by the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic to ensure the safety of citizens of the Kyrgyz Republic and guests of the country. She told about the annual increase in the number of tourists from the Arab countries of the Gulf visiting Kyrgyzstan, and the need to establish links between the competent authorities of the two countries. In turn, Sheikh Khaled Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah congratulated the ambassador on his appointment, wished her success in her work and assured that the Kuwaiti Ministry of the Interior would support her in fulfilling her mission to strengthen bilateral relations between friendly countries.

“Turkmenpost” intends to launch AliExpress analogue

The state information agency TDH reported that “Turkmenpochta” (“Turkmenpos”t) intends to extend the range of services rendered. For instance, the post office “is setting up the web-based resource, which will become a virtual storefront where domes
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“Turkmenpost” intends to launch AliExpress analogue

The state information agency TDH reported that “Turkmenpochta” (“Turkmenpos”t) intends to extend the range of services rendered. For instance, the post office “is setting up the web-based resource, which will become a virtual storefront where domestic companies will be able to demonstrate their merchandise for sale as well as products manufactured by Turkmen businesses”. According to the news outlet, the merchandise sold through Internet portals will be delivered by couriers of the state-run mail service. The media outlet did not specify though what companies will feature their goods. Moreover, “in the run-up to the New Year holidays “Turkmenpochta” plans to introduce a “door-to-door” deliver service which will allow mailing packages to any destination within Turkmenistan without contacting the company’s offices”.

CNN: убийцы Хашогги пытались выдать за него «двойника», выходящего из генконсульства в Стамбуле (ФОТО)

На опубликованных кадрах видео похожий на убитого Джамаля Хашогги человек покидает здание генконсульства в Стамбуле. На нем одежда Хашогги,
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CNN: убийцы Хашогги пытались выдать за него «двойника», выходящего из генконсульства в Стамбуле (ФОТО)

На опубликованных кадрах видео похожий на убитого Джамаля Хашогги человек покидает здание генконсульства в Стамбуле. На нем одежда Хашогги, за исключением ботинок, он в очках и с поддельной бородой. Мужчину зовут Мустафа аль Мадани, и он приехал в диппредставительство в составе группы из 15 человек за три часа до прихода журналиста.

The Illegal Ingredients in Your Dietary Supplements

Despite FDA warnings about the potential danger of experimental stimulants, a new study found certain weight-loss, sports and cognitive-function supplements contained the stimulants.
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The Illegal Ingredients in Your Dietary Supplements

Despite FDA warnings about the potential danger of experimental stimulants, a new study found certain weight-loss, sports and cognitive-function supplements contained the stimulants.

Sears Has Filed for Bankruptcy, but Its Mortifying 'Husky' Jeans Endure

Despite the fact that few men look fondly on their days in ‘husky’ jeans, this not-so-nice descriptor persists everywhere from Gap to Children’s Place to Levi’s. But, isn’t there a better name than ‘husky’?
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Sears Has Filed for Bankruptcy, but Its Mortifying 'Husky' Jeans Endure

Despite the fact that few men look fondly on their days in ‘husky’ jeans, this not-so-nice descriptor persists everywhere from Gap to Children’s Place to Levi’s. But, isn’t there a better name than ‘husky’?

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