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Former USA Gymnastics President Arrested, Accused Of Tampering With Nassar Evidence

Steve Penny, the former president of USA Gymnastics who has been accused of covering up sexual abuse by sports doctor Larry Nassar, was arrested Wednesday over allegations that he tampered with evidence related to a Nassar investigation. If convicted, Penny c
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Former USA Gymnastics President Arrested, Accused Of Tampering With Nassar Evidence

Steve Penny, the former president of USA Gymnastics who has been accused of covering up sexual abuse by sports doctor Larry Nassar, was arrested Wednesday over allegations that he tampered with evidence related to a Nassar investigation. If convicted, Penny could receive two to 10 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine.

Bernie Sanders Has Heard Enough: 'We Cannot Have an Ally Who Murders a Dissident in Cold Blood'

While the fact remains that the United States has long had and maintained such allies—staunchly defending them from international rebuke and shielding them from prosecution—Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) says the alleged murder and brutal dismemberment of jo
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Bernie Sanders Has Heard Enough: 'We Cannot Have an Ally Who Murders a Dissident in Cold Blood'

While the fact remains that the United States has long had and maintained such allies—staunchly defending them from international rebuke and shielding them from prosecution—Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) says the alleged murder and brutal dismemberment of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by his own Saudi government and ongoing war crimes in Yemen should be the final straws in allowing the powerful Gulf monarchy to claim the U.S. as a friend and partner.

Russian S-300s Supplied to Syria Were ‘Modernized’ – Reports

Moscow has delivered advanced S-300 air defense missiles to Syria to protect the country’s troops deployed in the war-torn Arab country in the wake of last month’s downing of a Russian reconnaissance plane during an Israeli airstrike in Latakia. The thre
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Russian S-300s Supplied to Syria Were ‘Modernized’ – Reports

Moscow has delivered advanced S-300 air defense missiles to Syria to protect the country’s troops deployed in the war-torn Arab country in the wake of last month’s downing of a Russian reconnaissance plane during an Israeli airstrike in Latakia. The three battalion sets of S-300PM-2 air defense missile handed over to Syria by Russia are more advanced compared to their conventional counterparts, the newspaper Izvestiya wrote, citing Defense Ministry sources in Moscow.

More than 50 feared dead, as train runs over people in northern India

Dozens are feared dead after a train ran over a crowd of people near railway tracks in Amritsar, near the Pakistani border. Many more have been injured. Police say that they are expecting over 50 casualties, and Indian newspaper First Post is reporting 30 dea
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More than 50 feared dead, as train runs over people in northern India

Dozens are feared dead after a train ran over a crowd of people near railway tracks in Amritsar, near the Pakistani border. Many more have been injured. Police say that they are expecting over 50 casualties, and Indian newspaper First Post is reporting 30 deaths, after a train plowed at high speed through a crowded religious rally, which appears to have been held alongside a railway track.

NSA Finalizes $6.7 Billion in Classified Tech Contracts

The National Security Agency is quietly beginning work on a new series of three communications contracts valued at $6.7 billion. Details are sparse because the classified contracts—collectively called Greenway—were secretly awarded to telecommunications g
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NSA Finalizes $6.7 Billion in Classified Tech Contracts

The National Security Agency is quietly beginning work on a new series of three communications contracts valued at $6.7 billion. Details are sparse because the classified contracts—collectively called Greenway—were secretly awarded to telecommunications giant AT&T and defense contractors General Dynamics and ManTech International in 2016. Redacted legal documents following a protest of one of the contracts in March indicate the NSA’s goal is to “technically evolve” its IT environment.

Bt1m silver lining for Porntip after defeat in Youth Olympic final

Lightweight Porntip Buapa had to be content with the silver medal as Thailand concluded their campaign in the Youth Olympic Games with a final tally of five gold medals in Buenos Aires on Friday (Thailand time).
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Bt1m silver lining for Porntip after defeat in Youth Olympic final

Lightweight Porntip Buapa had to be content with the silver medal as Thailand concluded their campaign in the Youth Olympic Games with a final tally of five gold medals in Buenos Aires on Friday (Thailand time).

’Making a Murderer’ is back for Season 2. Here’s what you need to know.

A lot has has happened in the years since Netflix's true-crime docuseries brought Steven Avery to national prominence.
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’Making a Murderer’ is back for Season 2. Here’s what you need to know.

A lot has has happened in the years since Netflix's true-crime docuseries brought Steven Avery to national prominence.

Are we supposed to hate the pop songs in ‘A Star Is Born’? One of the songwriters weighs in.

Paul Blair, also known as DJ White Shadow, explains how the film's pop tracks came together.
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Are we supposed to hate the pop songs in ‘A Star Is Born’? One of the songwriters weighs in.

Paul Blair, also known as DJ White Shadow, explains how the film's pop tracks came together.

Turkey and US strongly deny sharing 'any audio recording'

Fri, 2018-10-19 16:59 LONDON: Turkey and the United States denied on Friday that Ankara had shared with Washington an audio recording related to the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said an ABC News report, citing an unname
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Turkey and US strongly deny sharing 'any audio recording'

Fri, 2018-10-19 16:59 LONDON: Turkey and the United States denied on Friday that Ankara had shared with Washington an audio recording related to the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said an ABC News report, citing an unnamed source, that he had listened to a recording of Khashoggi’s death while in Istanbul on Wednesday was false.  Pompeo, who also visited Saudi Arabia this week, said he had neither seen nor heard such a recording. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu also denied sharing any audio recordings with US officials. “It is out of the question for Turkey to give Pompeo or any other US official any audio recording,” Cavusoglu said during a visit to Tirana, Albania. “It is out of the question for us to share with any country this or that information.” “Of course, as a result of the investigation so far, Turkey does have some information and evidence,« he said. »We will share them with the world when they become fully clear because the whole world, understandably, wants to know what happened to Khashoggi and how it happened.” Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist who lived in the US, disappeared on Oct. 2 after visiting the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul to complete paperwork related to his divorce.  Saudi Arabia and Turkey are carrying out a joint investigation into the disappearance. On Thursday, Turkey called on the public to ignore any information claiming to be leaked from the case. Since Khashoggi’s disappearance there has been a flurry of stories claiming to be based on leaks from the probe. Pompeo said on Thursday they had given Saudi Arabia more time to complete the investigation to make sure they have a complete understanding of the facts. Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: Jamal KhashoggiTurkeyUnited StatesDonald TrumpMike Pompeo Turkey urges public to ignore Khashoggi case ‘leaks’ as Putin awaits investigation outcomeTrump slams rush to condemn Saudi Arabia over Jamal Khashoggi disappearance

Украина изъяла задержанное российское судно «Норд»

Судно передано в качестве вещественного доказательства Национальному агентству по возвращению активов, полученных от коррупционных и друг
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Украина изъяла задержанное российское судно «Норд»

Судно передано в качестве вещественного доказательства Национальному агентству по возвращению активов, полученных от коррупционных и других преступлений. В будущем сейнер планируется выставить на аукцион.

Крупнейший в мире самолет готовится к первому полету: завершены очередные рулежные испытания на взлетной полосе

Масса гигантского двухфюзеляжного лайнера Stratolaunch составляет 226,8 т, максимальная взлетная масса - 589,7 т, размах крыла - 117,3 м, длина фюзеляжей - 72
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Крупнейший в мире самолет готовится к первому полету: завершены очередные рулежные испытания на взлетной полосе

Масса гигантского двухфюзеляжного лайнера Stratolaunch составляет 226,8 т, максимальная взлетная масса - 589,7 т, размах крыла - 117,3 м, длина фюзеляжей - 72,5 м. Предполагается, что он будет использоваться в качестве платформы для запуска небольших ракет-носителей из стратосферы на низкую околоземную орбиту.

Джулиан Ассанж затеял судебное разбирательство с приютившими его властями Эквадора

Основатель WikiLeaks, который на протяжении шести последних лет укрывается в посольстве Эквадора в Лондоне, обвинил правительство этой страны в &
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Джулиан Ассанж затеял судебное разбирательство с приютившими его властями Эквадора

Основатель WikiLeaks, который на протяжении шести последних лет укрывается в посольстве Эквадора в Лондоне, обвинил правительство этой страны в "нарушении его фундаментальных прав и свобод". В Кито для начала судебного разбирательства прибыл главный юрист Wikileaks Бальтасар Гарсон.

США и Южная Корея отменили еще одни крупные совместные учения из-за КНДР

Министры обороны США и Южной Кореи решили приостановить подготовку к проведению ежегодных авиационных учений Vigilant Ace, запланированных на де
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США и Южная Корея отменили еще одни крупные совместные учения из-за КНДР

Министры обороны США и Южной Кореи решили приостановить подготовку к проведению ежегодных авиационных учений Vigilant Ace, запланированных на декабрь, чтобы дать возможность продолжаться дипломатическому процессу с КНДР, заявили в Пентагоне.

В Индии скоростной поезд наехал на толпу людей, отмечавших праздник победы добра над злом

Погибло не менее 60 человек, сотни получили травмы. Толпа от 300 до 700 человек не услышала приближение поезда из-за громких звуков во время празд
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В Индии скоростной поезд наехал на толпу людей, отмечавших праздник победы добра над злом

Погибло не менее 60 человек, сотни получили травмы. Толпа от 300 до 700 человек не услышала приближение поезда из-за громких звуков во время празднования, и многие не успели уйти с рельс. Соболезнования семьям погибших и пострадавших выразил премьер-министр Нарендра Моди.

Afghans set to vote amid chaos, corruption and Taliban threats

Afghans vote on Saturday in parliamentary elections overshadowed by chaotic organisation, allegations of corruption and the threat of violence after decades of war.
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Afghans set to vote amid chaos, corruption and Taliban threats

Afghans vote on Saturday in parliamentary elections overshadowed by chaotic organisation, allegations of corruption and the threat of violence after decades of war.

Frustrated GM investors ask what more CEO Barra can do

General Motors Co Chief Executive Mary Barra has transformed the No. 1 U.S. automaker in her almost five years in charge, but that is still not enough to satisfy investors.
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Frustrated GM investors ask what more CEO Barra can do

General Motors Co Chief Executive Mary Barra has transformed the No. 1 U.S. automaker in her almost five years in charge, but that is still not enough to satisfy investors.

Russia rights group says refused permission for tribute to Stalin victims

Russia's top rights group on Friday said that for the first time in 11 years, Moscow city authorities had refused permission for an annual ceremony honouring victims of Stalin's terror.
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Russia rights group says refused permission for tribute to Stalin victims

Russia's top rights group on Friday said that for the first time in 11 years, Moscow city authorities had refused permission for an annual ceremony honouring victims of Stalin's terror.

Storm expected tonight and tomorrow with winds up to 40 m/s

The Iceland Met Office has issued a storm warning for tonight and tomorrow with winds strongest in the West and East Fjords. Tomorrow night, winds of up to 40 m/s are expected.
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Storm expected tonight and tomorrow with winds up to 40 m/s

The Iceland Met Office has issued a storm warning for tonight and tomorrow with winds strongest in the West and East Fjords. Tomorrow night, winds of up to 40 m/s are expected.

Spouses of envoys attend gastronomy, crafts festival in Tehran

A group of spouses of foreign-diplomats in Tehran participated in a gastronomy and handicrafts festival, which was hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on October 18, 2018.
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Spouses of envoys attend gastronomy, crafts festival in Tehran

A group of spouses of foreign-diplomats in Tehran participated in a gastronomy and handicrafts festival, which was hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on October 18, 2018.

Iran to hold nurse practitioner courses to enhance healthcare services quality

TEHRAN — In an attempt to in improve the quality of healthcare services Health Ministry is planning on holding nurse practitioner courses, Maryam Hazrati as the deputy health minister for nursing has said.
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Iran to hold nurse practitioner courses to enhance healthcare services quality

TEHRAN — In an attempt to in improve the quality of healthcare services Health Ministry is planning on holding nurse practitioner courses, Maryam Hazrati as the deputy health minister for nursing has said.

Pilgrims on the way to Karbala

TEHRAN — More than 1.1 million Iranians have applied for visa to attend Arbaeen pilgrimage 2018, head of Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization has said.
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Pilgrims on the way to Karbala

TEHRAN — More than 1.1 million Iranians have applied for visa to attend Arbaeen pilgrimage 2018, head of Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization has said.

Medicine tops Iran’s biotech export list

TEHRAN – Medicine is on top of the list of exports of biotechnology products in Iran, the secretary of biotech development center (BioDC) announced, Tasnim reported on Sunday.
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Medicine tops Iran’s biotech export list

TEHRAN – Medicine is on top of the list of exports of biotechnology products in Iran, the secretary of biotech development center (BioDC) announced, Tasnim reported on Sunday.

National family assembly to open within months

TEHRAN – National family assembly will be launched in the country by the next few months in coordination with the Ministry of Interior, head of the national family foundation has said.
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National family assembly to open within months

TEHRAN – National family assembly will be launched in the country by the next few months in coordination with the Ministry of Interior, head of the national family foundation has said.

Budget crunch hits IAF's new arms deals, upgrade of airbases

A severe fund crunch is slowly but steadily impacting the operational preparedness of the Indian Air Force (IAF), forcing it to put on hold acquisitions of helicopters, «smart bombs» and missiles as well as repair of runways in crucial airbases o
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Budget crunch hits IAF's new arms deals, upgrade of airbases

A severe fund crunch is slowly but steadily impacting the operational preparedness of the Indian Air Force (IAF), forcing it to put on hold acquisitions of helicopters, «smart bombs» and missiles as well as repair of runways in crucial airbases on both the western and eastern fronts.

Grim health news: Study shows 50 percent of children ages 8 to 10 are obese in Seychelles

One out of every two children between eight to ten years old in Seychelles is obese as a result of low physical activity and poor diet, a new scientific study shows. The grim assessment on child health was shared during a presentation of a study carried out
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Grim health news: Study shows 50 percent of children ages 8 to 10 are obese in Seychelles

One out of every two children between eight to ten years old in Seychelles is obese as a result of low physical activity and poor diet, a new scientific study shows. The grim assessment on child health was shared during a presentation of a study carried out by the Seychelles’ Ministry of Health in collaboration with the United Nation’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Thursday. Called the ‘Assessment of Childhood Obesity’, the study showed that in the food patterns of the school children at the top is sugar-sweetened beverages at 72 percent and at the bottom is water at 8 percent.  The study also showed that 57 percent of the children watched television and 28 percent played electronic devices such as video games, laptop and tablets on school days for at least 2 hours per day....

Toronto police create first-ever missing persons unit in wake of McArthur investigation

Toronto police have created the service’s first-ever dedicated missing persons unit in the wake of the Bruce McArthur investigation and public scrutiny around how the cases of his alleged victims were handled.
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Toronto police create first-ever missing persons unit in wake of McArthur investigation

Toronto police have created the service’s first-ever dedicated missing persons unit in the wake of the Bruce McArthur investigation and public scrutiny around how the cases of his alleged victims were handled.

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