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GM Uzbekistan’s car sales in Russia down

GM Uzbekistan JSC sold more than 5,180 Ravon cars in Russia in January-May 2018, which is 40 percent more compared to the same period of 2017, the Automobile Manufacturers Committee of the Association of European Businesses said June 20, Trend reported. Sale
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GM Uzbekistan’s car sales in Russia down

GM Uzbekistan JSC sold more than 5,180 Ravon cars in Russia in January-May 2018, which is 40 percent more compared to the same period of 2017, the Automobile Manufacturers Committee of the Association of European Businesses said June 20, Trend reported. Sales volume of the company decreased to 508 cars in May 2018, which is 58 percent less compared to May 2017. Share of GM Uzbekistan in the Russian car market reached 0.7 percent in January-May 2018 compared to 0.6 percent in January-May 2017. At the end of May 2018, GM Uzbekistan ranked 28th in car sale volume in Russia. None of the company's car models were included in the top-25 bestselling cars during that period. In January-May 2018, 64,190 cars were produced in Uzbekistan, which is 22.4 percent more compared to the same period of 2017.

Turkmen president to attend UN conference in Dushanbe

President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov has paid a working visit to Tajikistan, Turkmen Dovlet Khabarlary (TDH) state news agency reported. The president will participate in the International High-level Conference on International Decade for Acti
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Turkmen president to attend UN conference in Dushanbe

President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov has paid a working visit to Tajikistan, Turkmen Dovlet Khabarlary (TDH) state news agency reported. The president will participate in the International High-level Conference on International Decade for Action «Water for Sustainable Development, 2018-2028» announced by the UN, to be held in Dushanbe. The bilateral meetings are planned to be held during the visit. The forum is designed to continue the dialogue of all interested sides on water issues, promote the expansion and strengthening of partnership in this important area and develop practical recommendations for the achievement of water-related Sustainable Development Goals. Turkmenistan once proposed to open a regional center for technologies in Ashgabat related to climate change in Central Asia and develop the UN Aral Sea Program and the UN Water Strategy. Turkmenistan borders Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Iran and Afghanistan and uses water resources coming in accordance with agreed quotas from four trans-boundary rivers, namely, Amu Darya, Tejen, Atrek and Murgab. Turkmenistan has a problem of the Aral Sea ecology, which is most noticeable in the northern region. In the Dashoguz region there were problems with the provision of drinking water and the fight against salinization of cultivation lands.

Park named after Chyngyz Aitmatov appeares in Minsk

Bishkek, June 20, 2018. / Kabar /. The park named after Chyngyz Aitmatov appeared in Minsk, the press service of the Kyrgyz Foreign Ministry reported. As part of the celebration of the 90th anniversary of Chyngyz Aitmatov, at the initiative of the Embassy o
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Park named after Chyngyz Aitmatov appeares in Minsk

Bishkek, June 20, 2018. / Kabar /. The park named after Chyngyz Aitmatov appeared in Minsk, the press service of the Kyrgyz Foreign Ministry reported. As part of the celebration of the 90th anniversary of Chyngyz Aitmatov, at the initiative of the Embassy of Kyrgyzstan in Belarus, on May 29, 2018, by the decision of the Minsk City Council of Deputies the park # 49 is named Chyngyz Aitmatov Park. The park area is 19.6 hectares, of which 2.7 is the water surface.

Turkmenistan ranks 4th in the suicide rate in Central Asia 20 June 2018

Pursuant to the survey carried out by the World Health Organization in June, Turkmenistan ranks fourth in the suicide rate in Central Asia. Kazakhstan has the highest rate in the region with the suicide indicator of 22,5 per 100 thousand people in 2016. Kyr
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Turkmenistan ranks 4th in the suicide rate in Central Asia 20 June 2018

Pursuant to the survey carried out by the World Health Organization in June, Turkmenistan ranks fourth in the suicide rate in Central Asia. Kazakhstan has the highest rate in the region with the suicide indicator of 22,5 per 100 thousand people in 2016. Kyrgyzstan has a score of 8,3 and Uzbekistan – 7,4. Turkmenistan and Tajikistan rank 4th and 5th respectively with the indicators of 6,7 and 2,5, Stanradar reports. The largest number of suicides is committed in Lithuania, Russia and Guyana, whereas the lowest level of suicide attempts are recorded in Antigua, Barbuda, Barbados and the Bahamas. One of the suicide cases reported by media outlets occurred in late April. According to Radio “Azatlyk”, a Dashoguz resident failed to depart to Turkey three times in search of a job and borrowed money for the airline ticket he could not pay back, which resulted in a suicide. https://en.hronikatm.com/2018/06/turkmenistan-ranks-4th-in-the-suicide-rate-in-central-asia/

Dancers from US and Europe will come to Kyrgyzstan for World Dance Contest

Bishkek, June 20, 2018. / Kabar /. The World Dance Contest for modern dances Movement Dance Battle Kyrgyzstan 2018 (MDB) will be held in Bishkek. The organizer of the event is the MDA dance academy under the direction of dancer Zhan Voyinov. For the first t
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Dancers from US and Europe will come to Kyrgyzstan for World Dance Contest

Bishkek, June 20, 2018. / Kabar /. The World Dance Contest for modern dances Movement Dance Battle Kyrgyzstan 2018 (MDB) will be held in Bishkek. The organizer of the event is the MDA dance academy under the direction of dancer Zhan Voyinov. For the first time in the history of the country eminent dancers from the United States, Europe and Asia will gather in Bishkek. Special guests of the event are world-class dancers, professionals like the Swiss dancer Popping C-Anissa from France, choreographer «Dancing on TNT» Elena Fraules from Russia and many others. Zhan Voyinov said that the MBD 2018 will become one of the brightest events not only in Kyrgyzstan, but also in the CIS countries. «We receive a lot of requests from dancers from CIS countries to participate in the championship and actively invite them to Kyrgyzstan. Such events increase the prestige of our country in the international arena, it is very inspiring to go further and develop the cultures of our beloved Kyrgyzstan,» he said. The event will be held on June 23-24 in Bishkek.

Rent prices a struggle for former drug abusers

Finding affordable accommodation has become a huge stumbling block for some of those who complete Caritas’ drug rehabilitation programme, director Leonid McKay warned on Wednesday evening. “Rent prices have skyrocketed… Having decent and affordable acco
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Rent prices a struggle for former drug abusers

Finding affordable accommodation has become a huge stumbling block for some of those who complete Caritas’ drug rehabilitation programme, director Leonid McKay warned on Wednesday evening. “Rent prices have skyrocketed… Having decent and affordable accommodation is a right, not a commodity and the state needs to ensure that this right is safeguarded for every individual,” Mr McKay said. He was speaking in San Blas, at the graduation of seven men and three women, aged between 23 and 53, from Caritas’ rehabilitation programme. Recovery was a lifelong journey, and Caritas was especially focusing on aftercare in the two years after the programme, he said. “Completing the residential programme does not mean that your problems have come to an end. I will mention only one of the biggest obstacles – especially for those who do not have a house to return to or need to avoid their previous negative environment. “Finding affordable accommodation once a person starts reintegrating within society has become a huge obstacle.” Caritas Malta’s director commended the investment in social housing, adding he looked forward to proposals about the rental market. Damage of Cannabis outweighs...

Malta one of main refugee host countries

Malta hosted 19 refugees for every 1,000 inhabitants last year, putting it among the main host countries in the world, a new United Nations report has found. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees report on displacement found that Sweden was the on
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Malta one of main refugee host countries

Malta hosted 19 refugees for every 1,000 inhabitants last year, putting it among the main host countries in the world, a new United Nations report has found. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees report on displacement found that Sweden was the only European country to have a higher ratio, at 24 refugees for every 1,000 inhabitants. Last year, there were approximately 8,000 refugees on the island, the report found, nearly half of whom had received assistance from UNHCR. Malta had another 1,378 pending asylum applications and 11 people who claimed to be stateless – or not considered to be a national by any State under the operation of its law.  UNHCR said that there were nearly 10,000 people living in Malta who were considered the “population of concern” when it came to displacement and status. The flow of migration, especially in the central Mediterranean, has been in the national and international spotlight in recent weeks, ever since the Maltese and Italian governments locked horns over a boat carrying more than 600 migrants earlier this month. The two countries declined to allow the vessel carrying the rescued migrants to dock, with the boat eventually being...

Kilauea sends 'lavaberg' floating off to sea

Tourists travelling in a boat were surprised by lava from Hawaii's fissure floating in the sea on Monday. Video of the floating lava was posted on social media and has since garnered at least 16,000 views. Social media user, Joshua Burbank, who filmed the vid
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Kilauea sends 'lavaberg' floating off to sea

Tourists travelling in a boat were surprised by lava from Hawaii's fissure floating in the sea on Monday. Video of the floating lava was posted on social media and has since garnered at least 16,000 views. Social media user, Joshua Burbank, who filmed the video captioned «One of the strangest things I've seen this week. It's a lavaberg, the size of a van, floating in the sea!» Kilauea's eruption began around six weeks ago, devastating Hawaii's Big Island. The volcano has destroyed hundreds of houses and has led to the evacuation of entire communities. Around two dozen fissures have opened on the volcano's flanks since it started, and experts say so far, there is no end in sight.

Trump backs down, signs order to end family separations at US border

US President Donald Trump backed down on Wednesday on an immigration policy that sparked outrage at home and abroad, signing an executive order to end the separation of children from their parents when immigrant families are caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico bo
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Trump backs down, signs order to end family separations at US border

US President Donald Trump backed down on Wednesday on an immigration policy that sparked outrage at home and abroad, signing an executive order to end the separation of children from their parents when immigrant families are caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally. The order requires that immigrant families be detained together when they are caught entering the country illegally, although it was not immediately clear for how long. It also moves parents with children to the front of the line for immigration proceedings. The order does not end a «zero tolerance» policy that calls for criminal prosecution of immigrants crossing the border illegally. “It's about keeping families together while at the same time making sure that we have a very powerful, very strong border,” Trump said as he signed the order in a hastily arranged Oval Office gathering. Videos of youngsters in cages and an audiotape of wailing children had sparked anger in the United States from groups ranging from clergy to influential business leaders, as well as condemnation from abroad, including Pope Francis. Trump, a frequent viewer of cable television newscasts, had recognized the family separation issue...

Watch: Spain beat Iran 1-0 with Costa's third goal of World Cup

Spain squeezed 1-0 past dogged Iran in their World Cup Group B encounter on Wednesday thanks to a fortuitous goal from Diego Costa, but the Europeans suffered a string of second-half scares. The veteran forward notched his third goal in two games when Ramin R
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Watch: Spain beat Iran 1-0 with Costa's third goal of World Cup

Spain squeezed 1-0 past dogged Iran in their World Cup Group B encounter on Wednesday thanks to a fortuitous goal from Diego Costa, but the Europeans suffered a string of second-half scares. The veteran forward notched his third goal in two games when Ramin Rezaeian's attempted clearance bounced off the Spaniard's leg and into the net in the 54th minute. Though Spain had besieged the Iranian goal in the first half, they were on the back foot for parts of the second, with Karim Ansarifard rifling into the side netting, and Saeid Ezatolahi having a goal ruled out for offside by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system. The result left Spain joint top of their group with Portugal on four points, but Iran close behind on three going into the third and final set of games. After two defeats, Morocco are out. Iran - Spain Live Score Standings provided by Sofascore LiveScore

American teacher to officiate Nigeria, Iceland match

New Zealand’s Matthew Conger will officiate Nigeria’s Rusia 2018 second Group D match against Iceland on Friday at Volgograd. The 39-year-old American who resides and teaches in Palmerston North in New Zealand will be assisted by Simon Lount of New Zealan
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American teacher to officiate Nigeria, Iceland match

New Zealand’s Matthew Conger will officiate Nigeria’s Rusia 2018 second Group D match against Iceland on Friday at Volgograd. The 39-year-old American who resides and teaches in Palmerston North in New Zealand will be assisted by Simon Lount of New Zealand and Tevita Makasini, a Tongan high school tutor. The News Agency of Nigeria reports […]

Saudi Coalition Beats Back Houthi Rebels From Hodeidah Airport

A Saudi-led military coalition said Yemeni forces captured the airport of Hodeidah, a milestone in their bid to wrest control of the Red Sea port from Houthi rebels without causing a humanitarian catastrophe.
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Saudi Coalition Beats Back Houthi Rebels From Hodeidah Airport

A Saudi-led military coalition said Yemeni forces captured the airport of Hodeidah, a milestone in their bid to wrest control of the Red Sea port from Houthi rebels without causing a humanitarian catastrophe.

Taliban Kill Dozens of Afghan Soldiers After Cease-Fire Lapses

Taliban fighters killed dozens of government soldiers in overnight attacks on two security checkpoints in northwestern Afghanistan, in the insurgent group’s first major assault since refusing to extend an unprecedented three-day cease fire.
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Taliban Kill Dozens of Afghan Soldiers After Cease-Fire Lapses

Taliban fighters killed dozens of government soldiers in overnight attacks on two security checkpoints in northwestern Afghanistan, in the insurgent group’s first major assault since refusing to extend an unprecedented three-day cease fire.

Gaza Strip Militants Fire Rockets Into Israel

Militants fired a volley of rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip, puncturing a tacit three-week cease-fire, in the latest flare-up in tensions between the two sides.
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Gaza Strip Militants Fire Rockets Into Israel

Militants fired a volley of rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip, puncturing a tacit three-week cease-fire, in the latest flare-up in tensions between the two sides.

Italy Interior Minister Rules Out Taking Back Migrants From Germany

Italy’s Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said he wasn’t willing to take migrants who have been registered in Italy back from Germany, a stance which would clash with the plans of his German peer.
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Italy Interior Minister Rules Out Taking Back Migrants From Germany

Italy’s Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said he wasn’t willing to take migrants who have been registered in Italy back from Germany, a stance which would clash with the plans of his German peer.

Germany's Largest Auto Makers Back Scrapping EU-U.S. Car Import Tariffs

Germany’s leading auto makers have thrown their support behind the abolition of all import tariffs for cars between the EU and the U.S. in an effort to find a peaceful solution to the brewing trade war.
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Germany's Largest Auto Makers Back Scrapping EU-U.S. Car Import Tariffs

Germany’s leading auto makers have thrown their support behind the abolition of all import tariffs for cars between the EU and the U.S. in an effort to find a peaceful solution to the brewing trade war.

Small Asian nation dumps dollar & yuan for gold amid growing global trade hostilities

China’s neighbor Kyrgyzstan has been piling up gold reserves as a hedge against a possible trade war between Beijing and Washington. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Small Asian nation dumps dollar & yuan for gold amid growing global trade hostilities

China’s neighbor Kyrgyzstan has been piling up gold reserves as a hedge against a possible trade war between Beijing and Washington. Read Full Article at RT.com

China can hurt America in trade war six ways from Sunday

The threat of a full-scale trade war between the US and China has dominated the news in recent weeks. The countries have exchanged import tariffs on each other's goods, and are threatening further protective steps. Read Full Article at RT.com
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China can hurt America in trade war six ways from Sunday

The threat of a full-scale trade war between the US and China has dominated the news in recent weeks. The countries have exchanged import tariffs on each other's goods, and are threatening further protective steps. Read Full Article at RT.com

Russia prepares for production of iconic Soviet-era megaplane

Ulyanovsk-based plane maker Aviastar-SP has announced a competition to evaluate its capability to resume production of the An-124 ‘Ruslan’ heavy transport aircraft. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Russia prepares for production of iconic Soviet-era megaplane

Ulyanovsk-based plane maker Aviastar-SP has announced a competition to evaluate its capability to resume production of the An-124 ‘Ruslan’ heavy transport aircraft. Read Full Article at RT.com

Bulacan torches Rizal; Makati triumphs

Makati coach Cholo Villanueva has learned enough to teach his team the ins and outs of pressure defense. «You can't teach what you don't know,» said the former La Salle standout in the UAAP. «And (playing pressure defense) is something I'
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Bulacan torches Rizal; Makati triumphs

Makati coach Cholo Villanueva has learned enough to teach his team the ins and outs of pressure defense. «You can't teach what you don't know,» said the former La Salle standout in the UAAP. «And (playing pressure defense) is something I've been teaching from the years of experience playing and being an understudy of the Pumarens (Franz and Derrick).» Makati proved it had a grasp of what had been La Salle's calling card during the Pumaren years, forcing 34 turnovers on a bewildered Basilan squad for a 77-65 victory Tuesday night in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League at Baliuag Star Arena in Baliwag, Bulacan. Makati drew 38 points from those Basilan error to come up wi...Keep on reading: Bulacan torches Rizal; Makati triumphs

Gov’t moves to address cops’, soldiers’ pension issue

President Duterte has ordered his economic team to immediately address the ballooning pension requirement of uniformed personnel, which the government intends to address by developing military properties and forming a new pension scheme. Finance Secretary
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Gov’t moves to address cops’, soldiers’ pension issue

President Duterte has ordered his economic team to immediately address the ballooning pension requirement of uniformed personnel, which the government intends to address by developing military properties and forming a new pension scheme. Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III told reporters recently that the Department of Finance and its consultant, George Ongkeko, last week presented the problem concerning armed personnel's pension to the President and the heads of the Departments of National Defense, the Interior and Local Government, Justice and Transportation, as well as the chiefs of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, Philippine National Police, Philippine Coast Guard, and B...Keep on reading: Gov’t moves to address cops’, soldiers’ pension issue

Phoenix rises from its slump

    Coach Louie Alas didn't want another game that they ripped wide open right from the start slip away.   Leading once more by a huge margin, the Phoenix Fuel Masters had a finishing kick this time, dumping the GlobalPort Batan
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Phoenix rises from its slump

    Coach Louie Alas didn't want another game that they ripped wide open right from the start slip away.   Leading once more by a huge margin, the Phoenix Fuel Masters had a finishing kick this time, dumping the GlobalPort Batang Pier, 135-108, on Wednesday night in the PBA Commissioner's Cup to stay mathematically in the hunt for a playoff berth.   «We finally managed to protect our lead,» said Alas, whose charges opened up a 19-point lead against Rain or Shine two weeks ago only to fold up in the end.   «Hopefully, this is the start of something big,» he added.   "[The fold-up, like what happened against the Elasto Painter...Keep on reading: Phoenix rises from its slump

BSP hikes rates again amid high inflation

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas on Wednesday raised interest rates for the second time in six weeks to help arrest rising prices of local goods and services that accelerated to a five-year high last month. The increase---which brings the central bank's ke
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BSP hikes rates again amid high inflation

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas on Wednesday raised interest rates for the second time in six weeks to help arrest rising prices of local goods and services that accelerated to a five-year high last month. The increase---which brings the central bank's key overnight rate to 3.5 percent---comes in the wake of the record high inflation rate for the first five months of the year, which authorities had originally said would normalize by 2019 without any monetary policy tightening. At the same time, BSP Governor Nestor Espenilla Jr. said regulators would not hesitate to tighten monetary policy further if its latest move proved to be insufficient in reining in upward price pressures. ...Keep on reading: BSP hikes rates again amid high inflation

Ilocos Norte fishers say Vietnamese poach on their ‘payaw’

SAN FERNANDO CITY --- If fishermen from Zambales and Pangasinan provinces have to deal with the Chinese Coast Guard at Panatag Shoal, their counterparts in Ilocos Norte province have been troubled by Vietnamese commercial fishermen who have been poaching on t
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Ilocos Norte fishers say Vietnamese poach on their ‘payaw’

SAN FERNANDO CITY --- If fishermen from Zambales and Pangasinan provinces have to deal with the Chinese Coast Guard at Panatag Shoal, their counterparts in Ilocos Norte province have been troubled by Vietnamese commercial fishermen who have been poaching on their «payaw» (fish aggregating devices or artificial reef).   Big Vietnamese fishing vessels have been anchored for days at payaw areas more than 600 kilometers (400 miles) off Ilocos Norte, Domingo La Torre, president of the Pasuquin Tuna Fishermen Association, said on Monday.   The Vietnamese also use «super light,» a device to attract fish, which is prohibited in the country by the Fisheries Code of 1998 (Rep...Keep on reading: Ilocos Norte fishers say Vietnamese poach on their ‘payaw’

US assures it will help SL fulfil UN commitments

In the wake of the US pull-out from the UNHRC, US Ambassador to Sri Lanka Atul Keshap met with senior Sri Lankan officials today and assured them that the US would continue to support Sri Lanka as it works to fulfil commitments made with regard to UN resoluti
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US assures it will help SL fulfil UN commitments

In the wake of the US pull-out from the UNHRC, US Ambassador to Sri Lanka Atul Keshap met with senior Sri Lankan officials today and assured them that the US would continue to support Sri Lanka as it works to fulfil commitments made with regard to UN resolutions.

SDM among five booked on graft charges in Sambhal dist

​​The SDM is alleged to have taken a bribe from Sopali Singh, whose wife Ramvati contested for the post of village pradhan in 2015, during his stint in Gunnaur subdivision. Police have registered an FIR against five people including Chandausi sub-division
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SDM among five booked on graft charges in Sambhal dist

​​The SDM is alleged to have taken a bribe from Sopali Singh, whose wife Ramvati contested for the post of village pradhan in 2015, during his stint in Gunnaur subdivision. Police have registered an FIR against five people including Chandausi sub-divisional magistrate (SDM) Pratipal Singh.

Centre overhauls J&K administration, pads up for security challenges

A key appointment was that of B V R Subrahmanyam, who had earlier served as private secretary to former PM Manmohan Singh, as chief secretary in place of B B Vyas. He will assist governor N N Vohra, who sources said would not be replaced any time soon.
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Centre overhauls J&K administration, pads up for security challenges

A key appointment was that of B V R Subrahmanyam, who had earlier served as private secretary to former PM Manmohan Singh, as chief secretary in place of B B Vyas. He will assist governor N N Vohra, who sources said would not be replaced any time soon.

Army operations kill more civilians than terrorists: Ghulam Nabi Azad

In a TV interview, Azad also said BJP's language of «all out operations» in J&K indicated that a «massacre» was being planned.
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Army operations kill more civilians than terrorists: Ghulam Nabi Azad

In a TV interview, Azad also said BJP's language of «all out operations» in J&K indicated that a «massacre» was being planned.

Secret Service on alert after actor calls for Trump’s son to be put ‘in a cage with pedophiles’

First Lady Melania Trump has notified the Secret Service, after actor and activist Peter Fonda called for her son Barron to be kidnapped and imprisoned with pedophiles in an unhinged Twitter rant. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Secret Service on alert after actor calls for Trump’s son to be put ‘in a cage with pedophiles’

First Lady Melania Trump has notified the Secret Service, after actor and activist Peter Fonda called for her son Barron to be kidnapped and imprisoned with pedophiles in an unhinged Twitter rant. Read Full Article at RT.com

'Ex-CIA officer Joshua Schulte case intended to send chilling message to whistleblowers'

Charges against an ex-CIA employee are intended to send a message to potential whistleblowers, warning them that they will have no defense when pursued by the government, the executive editor of 21st Century Wire told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com
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'Ex-CIA officer Joshua Schulte case intended to send chilling message to whistleblowers'

Charges against an ex-CIA employee are intended to send a message to potential whistleblowers, warning them that they will have no defense when pursued by the government, the executive editor of 21st Century Wire told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com

Trump signs executive order to end family separation

US President Donald Trump signed an executive order ending the practice of separating children from their families in detention centers for illegal immigrants. The order will likely be challenged in court, however. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Trump signs executive order to end family separation

US President Donald Trump signed an executive order ending the practice of separating children from their families in detention centers for illegal immigrants. The order will likely be challenged in court, however. Read Full Article at RT.com

Raised eyebrows as Madeleine Albright & Bana Alabed to be honored for ‘defending freedom’

The pro-NATO Atlantic Council think tank is set to honor former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and Syrian child activist Bana Alabed at its Freedom Awards this week. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Raised eyebrows as Madeleine Albright & Bana Alabed to be honored for ‘defending freedom’

The pro-NATO Atlantic Council think tank is set to honor former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and Syrian child activist Bana Alabed at its Freedom Awards this week. Read Full Article at RT.com

Time for the Big One? Research suggests risk of California earthquake higher than previously thought

Geophysicists are hypothesizing that the San Andreas fault line in California could be the central point of a massive earthquake after new research suggested that the fault may be at higher risk than previously thought. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Time for the Big One? Research suggests risk of California earthquake higher than previously thought

Geophysicists are hypothesizing that the San Andreas fault line in California could be the central point of a massive earthquake after new research suggested that the fault may be at higher risk than previously thought. Read Full Article at RT.com

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