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Russian Federation will pay a $15 million (£11 million/€13 million) imposed on them by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) but only if they agree that there will no further punishment taken against the country, Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko has claimed.
  • Special Counsel Mueller produces evidence that Manafort drafted op-ed

    Special Counsel Mueller produces evidence that Manafort drafted op-ed

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    That was after Manafort was forced to resign from Trump's campaign because of political work he had done for pro-Russian figures including former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. The "narratives" also claimed that Manafort "never worked in Russia or for Russians", that his work was "centred on pro-Ukraine efforts to enter the European Union", and that he "never took cash payments".
  • Jury Delivers Guilty Verdict in John Feit Murder Trial

    Jury Delivers Guilty Verdict in John Feit Murder Trial

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    She was last seen at confession at Sacred Heart Church in McAllen. He said he had heard Garza's confession in the church rectory instead of the confessional but denied killing the woman. A South Texas jury is hearing that testimony Friday, a day after finding 85-year-old John Bernard Feit (FYTE) guilty of murder in the April 1960 strangulation death of schoolteacher Irene Garza, a 25-year-old former beauty queen.
  • Deputy National Security Adviser Plans To Leave White House

    Deputy National Security Adviser Plans To Leave White House

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    She also helped with Jared Kushner's Middle East peace initiative - something she's expected to continue with after she leaves. She has illustrated her savvy by getting out of the Trump White House on a high note, without a lot of enemies, while preserving her ability to influence the president from outside government.
  • 14 peacekeepers killed in DR Congo clashes

    14 peacekeepers killed in DR Congo clashes

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    Deputy spokesperson Farhan Haq said the peacekeepers are mainly from a Tanzanian contingent. The majority of those killed and injured in the Congo attack were from Tanzania, according to a United Nations official in NY, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to relay details of the attack.
  • Second arrest try fails in Ukraine

    Second arrest try fails in Ukraine

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    The authorities responded by giving him a deadline of 24 hours to hand himself in. "I am prepared to meet an investigator of the prosecutor in the tent city", he said. He then served as Georgian president for a decade. Mr. Saakashvili has not yet been formally charged. The saga threatens to embarrass the pro-Western leadership in Kiev, although Saakashvili's party, which wants to unseat President Petro Poroshenko at the ballot box, does not have nationwide support, opinion polls show.
  • Yamal LNG project begins gas exports

    Yamal LNG project begins gas exports

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    He added that the first train of the second Novatek plan, Arctic LNG, is to be launched in 2023. Total said on Friday the first shipment from the Yamal plant was ready to leave Sabetta. "But those who started this project took a risk, and the risk was justified, and they succeeded". The first cargo will be carried on the Christophe de Margerie , the world's first icebreaking LNG tanker, named after the charismatic former Total chief executive officer who died when his plane crashed into ...
  • Moore Accuser Admits The Yearbook Was Doctored

    Moore Accuser Admits The Yearbook Was Doctored

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    According to her account, Moore offered to give her a ride home from work one night, and proceeded to grope her, remove her shirt and try to force her head toward his lap. Even if this allegation sinks, however, Moore has to do deal with other on the record allegations of preying on teen girls. Nelson will hold a press conference Friday afternoon in Atlanta.
  • Former Ariz. officer acquitted in fatal OIS in hotel

    Former Ariz. officer acquitted in fatal OIS in hotel

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    Daniel Shaver apparently was showing off a pellet gun, and it was visible through the hotel room window. After ordering both to exit the room, Brailsford told Portillo to approach the police so that she could be handcuffed. While attempting to take Daniel Shaver into custody. He was unarmed, but police later found a pellet gun inside his hotel room, which he used for work to kill vermin.
  • State Dept says Trump travel ban fully implemented

    State Dept says Trump travel ban fully implemented

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    Days after the U.S. Supreme Court ordered temporary enforcement of President Donald Trump's travel ban, challengers are heading back to court in last-gasp attempts to stop it. Courts have ruled that the executive order violates the Immigration and Nationality Act and the U.S. Constitution's prohibition on government actions favoring one religion over another, while also causing economic harm to states and local businesses.
  • Japan's third quarter GDP blows past initial estimates as business investment surges

    Japan's third quarter GDP blows past initial estimates as business investment surges

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    The so-called economic partnership agreement, which would be one of the largest free trade deals ever, "demonstrates the powerful political will of Japan and the E.U.to continue to keep the flag of free trade waving high", the Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, and the president of the European Union's executive arm, Jean-Claude Juncker, said in a joint statement .
  • Al Franken announces he will resign from Senate

    Al Franken announces he will resign from Senate

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    Franken is the latest powerful man to fall from grace after the #MeToo movement encouraged women to come forward with their stories of sexual misconduct. "It's about the people of Minnesota". I felt like he was going to either say, you know, 'I did these things, and I'm sorry for doing these things. Former Alabama Chief Justice and US Senate candidate Roy Moore speaks at a church revival meeting, Jackson, Alabama, November 14, 2017.
  • President Trump's Approval Rating Hits New Record Low

    President Trump's Approval Rating Hits New Record Low

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    His approval rating among Democrats remains strikingly low - 7 per cent now, compared to 8 per cent in February. However, 37% of those who approve of his job performance say they can think of something Trump has done that they've been disappointed with or unhappy with.
  • 'A Death Sentence for Peace': Arab Countries Condemn Trump on Jerusalem

    'A Death Sentence for Peace': Arab Countries Condemn Trump on Jerusalem

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    Debbie Wasserman Schultz, arguably the most powerful Democrat in Florida not named Bill Nelson, has spent almost every waking hour lobbing insults at Trump since he announced his candidacy. "Because I think in time both the Palestinians and Israelis will understand that it's best for them, in their self-interest, not in the act of charity, to reach agreement so they can be two states living side by side in peace".
  • UNESCO names Kumbh Mela Intangible Cultural Heritage

    UNESCO names Kumbh Mela Intangible Cultural Heritage

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    In 2003, the UNESCO General Conference adopted the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Heritage as an worldwide treaty acknowledging that cultural heritage is more than tangible places, monuments and objects; it also encompasses traditions and living expressions.