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In a joint statement , they demanded Moscow "address all questions" related to the attack against Skripal, which they said amounted to a "breach of worldwide law". "So, the staff has constantly been decreasing", Yakovenko said. Britain blamed Russian Federation for the attack. In London , opposition Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, struck a starkly different tone to that of the British government by warning against rushing into a new Cold War before full evidence of Moscow's ...
  • Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats: foreign ministry

    Russian Federation to expel 23 British diplomats: foreign ministry

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    Additionally, the Russian foreign ministry has said it reserves the right to take other measures against Britain in the event of further hostile steps from London . She identified the substance used in the attack as a Novichok nerve agent, developed in the Soviet Union. On March 15 Britain, France, Germany and the USA say in a rare joint declaration that "there is no plausible alternative explanation" to Russian involvement and call on Moscow to provide "full and complete disclosure" of ...
  • Russian Federation calls British PM's allegations over poisoning 'insane'

    Russian Federation calls British PM's allegations over poisoning 'insane'

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    A Putin spokesman said the President would "choose the option that will serve the interests of Russian Federation best of all", and complained that May's accusations were "not backed up by anything". The concern was expressed during the president's meeting with members of the Russian Security Council, Kremlin has said in a statement on its official website.
  • Russia Expels 23 Diplomats After Salisbury Poisoning Attack

    Russia Expels 23 Diplomats After Salisbury Poisoning Attack

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    Russia has announced that it will expel 23 British diplomats within a week in response to London's "provocative" measures over the poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter. Skripal had taken his daughter, who was on a visit from Moscow, out for lunch in Salisbury before they both collapsed on a bench. The UK's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said it is "overwhelmingly likely" that Russian President Vladimir Putin signed off on the nerve agent attack.
  • Shriya Saran ties the knot with Andrei Koscheev in Mumbai

    Shriya Saran ties the knot with Andrei Koscheev in Mumbai

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    She has a good fan following and post Drishyam she got good recognition in Bollywood. Well, Shriya had always kept mum on her relationship with Andrei. The tennis player was born on April 15 and lives in Saint Petersburg, Russia with mother Natalya Koscheeva and brother, Nikita Koscheeva. So, we went a little digging and here is all you need to know about Shriya's husband Andrei.
  • Trump's meeting with Kim may fail

    Trump's meeting with Kim may fail

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    During telephone talks Friday, Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in agreed that "concrete actions, not words, will be the key to achieving permanent denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", according to the White House. "It was a good and constructive atmosphere". "They want to keep up maximum pressure and make sure we don't cut their interests out in any deal", he said .
  • UK Prime Minister Theresa May Visits Scene of Nerve Agent Attack

    UK Prime Minister Theresa May Visits Scene of Nerve Agent Attack

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    But Russia stands accused of killing 15 former spies on United Kingdom soil, and experts tell Business Insider it's unlikely the United Kingdom will go to war over the nerve agent attack. It said the UK's decision to expel 23 of its diplomats was "unacceptable and unworthy of the British government". It also suggested on its Twitter feed that the United Kingdom could have the capacity to manufacture the nerve agent used in Salisbury.
  • Magical Messi will never leave Barcelona: Conte

    Magical Messi will never leave Barcelona: Conte

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    They play 50 or 60 games a season and they produce week in, week out. That was a fault of the whole team, as the movement in the final third was predictable at best. I just hope the supporters affected outside the Camp Nou immediately come forward with details and information so that our club can take proper action.
  • Russian Federation promises to expel British diplomats from Moscow 'very

    Russian Federation promises to expel British diplomats from Moscow 'very

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    Russia decided the British diplomats must leave Moscow within a week, its foreign ministry said on Saturday, after a meeting with Britain's ambassador to Russia, Laurie Bristow. The UK's Foreign Minister Boris Johnson has said London would submit a sample of the Novichok nerve agent used in the former spy's poisoning to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), a United Nations body.
  • Thousands of Egyptians Line Up to Vote Outside Embassy in Kuwait

    Thousands of Egyptians Line Up to Vote Outside Embassy in Kuwait

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    Egyptian expats around the world began voting on Friday morning in Egypt's 2018 presidential election, in embassies of Egypt overseas which have opened their doors for three days. In this photo released by the Egyptian Presidency, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, center, attends a conference commemorating the country's martyrs, in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, March 15, 2018.
  • Russian Federation summons British ambassador as it readies to expel diplomats

    Russian Federation summons British ambassador as it readies to expel diplomats

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    The meeting will nearly certainly focus on Moscow's response to London's claims that Russian Federation is behind the alleged poisoning of Sergei Skripal , a former double agent, and his daughter, Yulia, on March 4 in Salisbury, UK. The retaliation from Russia comes four days after Theresa May announced that 23 Russian diplomats would be expelled from Britain after Russia missed a deadline to provide an explanation for the poisoning of Skripal and his daughter Yulia.
  • Ramgarh Lynching: 11 Including Local BJP Leader Convicted for Murdering Alimuddin Ansari

    Ramgarh Lynching: 11 Including Local BJP Leader Convicted for Murdering Alimuddin Ansari

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    The sentencing will be announced on March 20. All of them have been convicted of Murder and three of them have been also slapped with charges of conspiracy which reveal that the attack was planned in advance. His lynching happened the day Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a decision to finally break his silence around the issue of cow vigilantism. They also set his van on fire.
  • TDP may support no-trust vote against Centre

    TDP may support no-trust vote against Centre

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    Thambi Durai indicated on Thursday afternoon that the AIADMK will not back the no-trust motion against the government. A party release, jointly signed by AIADMK coordinator O Panneerselvam and co-coordinator K Palanisami, said he was expelled "effective today" from the basic party membership and all other responsiblities.
  • Mendenhall Towers climbers presumed deceased; search ends

    Mendenhall Towers climbers presumed deceased; search ends

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    Serge Leclerc said in a Facebook post this week that the two missing climbers have been declared dead. Alaska State Troopers say it's too unsafe to recover the remains of a well-known British Columbia rock climber and his companion who died on a mountain during a recent trek.
  • Won't send High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood back to India anytime soon: Pak

    Won't send High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood back to India anytime soon: Pak

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    Pakistan has reportedly dropped out of the WTO ministerial meet to be held in this month in India according to the sources Islamabad . The Pakistan Commerce Minister Pervez Malik was invited by Indian delegation to participate in the informal WTO ministerial meeting which is scheduled to be held in New Delhi on March 19 and March 20.
  • Britain points at Putin in poisoning attack as gulf widens

    Britain points at Putin in poisoning attack as gulf widens

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    A United Kingdom inquiry found that two Russian agents poisoned Litvinenko at a London hotel bar in 2006 by spiking his tea with highly radioactive polonium-210, and that Putin "probably approved" Litvinenko's killing. Peskov also said that Russian Federation is "perplexed and does not comprehend the British leadership's stance" and insisted the "accusations are unsubstantiated".
  • US President Trump approves official travel to Taiwan, likely to anger China

    US President Trump approves official travel to Taiwan, likely to anger China

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    United States representatives can already travel to democratic Taiwan and Taiwanese officials occasionally visit the White House, but meetings are usually low profile to avoid offending China. China strongly opposes the new law. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) has persistently refused to recognize the 1992 Consensus and its core concept of the "one China" principle since coming to power in 2016, a fact Beijing has taken as a reason to freeze bilateral exchanges between the two countries.
  • Neymar Jr pays homage to the late Stephen Hawking

    Neymar Jr pays homage to the late Stephen Hawking

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    During interviews, he explained his belief that there was no need for a creator. The curiosity to fathom the depth of the universe has been eternal: where do we come from? Graham, on the other hand, admitted he didn't know the future, but said in his autobiography, "Just As I Am": "I do know this: the best is yet to be!" Catalina Sanchez, another adolescent moved by Hawking's death, said students at the school consult short films, plays and books by or about the scientist on a daily ...
  • White House says Trump's North Korea meeting is still in the works

    White House says Trump's North Korea meeting is still in the works

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    Mr. Abe made the comment in a call Friday with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, according to the South Korean side's account. North Korea has yet to publicly confirm the summit plans, and the venue for the meeting remains up in the air, although a rare visit by the North's top diplomat to Sweden on Friday fueled speculation the Scandinavian nation might play host.
  • Xi's man, Wang Qishan, elected China's Vice President

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    Xi's close ally Wang Qishan was also appointed to the post of Vice President that will help him in strengthening his powers and handle USA trade threats. Like the President, the post of the Vice President is largely ceremonial but Wang's election is his return to power politics. Wang would replace Li Yuanchao, a relatively low-profile politician who has represented Xi on trips overseas.
  • British ambassador to Moscow arrives at Russian foreign ministry

    British ambassador to Moscow arrives at Russian foreign ministry

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    Petersburg. Russia will expel 23 British diplomats in retaliation against the United Kingdom's expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats, Russia's foreign ministry said. Prime Minister Theresa May earlier ordered 23 Russian diplomats expelled as part of measures to punish Russia over the March 4 poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the city of Salisbury.
  • Wrong candidates, disenchanted workers ensured BJP's drubbing in UP bypolls

    Wrong candidates, disenchanted workers ensured BJP's drubbing in UP bypolls

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    Both Pravin Kumar Nishad and Nagendra Pratap Singh belong to the Samajwadi Party . The Bhartiya Janata Party under the hallucination of Modi wave prevailing on the country must have come to realize that there is nothing like that with most humiliating defeat in Gorakhpur and Phulpur Lok Sabha bye-elections in Uttar Pradesh .
  • 9 controversial provisions in Dodd-Frank reform bill

    9 controversial provisions in Dodd-Frank reform bill

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    The Senate bill would repeal numerous new reporting requirements, exempting small lenders making 500 or fewer mortgages a year from the expanded data disclosure . The Congressional Budget Office warned that the risk of another financial crisis "would be slightly greater under the legislation". Banks have complained for years that Dodd Frank added costly layers of legal and compliance and forced them out of lucrative trading and other activities.
  • North Korean minister's Swedish visit fuels Trump-Kim expectations

    North Korean minister's Swedish visit fuels Trump-Kim expectations

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    Sweden's Foreign Minister has met with her North Korean counterpart. "What I hope comes out of the summit is that President Trump and Kim Jong Un paint a broad-brush. During a joint press conference at the White House on March 6, Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven offered his country's help in facilitating talks between the USA and North Korea, highlighting his country's 45-year diplomatic presence in Pyongyang.
  • Olivia Colman feels 'nervous' about replacing Claire Foy on The Crown

    Olivia Colman feels 'nervous' about replacing Claire Foy on The Crown

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    Colman will be taking over from Claire Foy when the show returns and jumps forward to the 70s. Variety reported that Left Bank CEO Andy Harries and creative director Suzanne Mackie were at the INTV Conference in Jerusalem and talked about the pay structure for the stars of The Crown .
  • New video shows Parkland deputy during school shooting

    New video shows Parkland deputy during school shooting

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    The Broward Sheriff's Office released the video Thursday, which shows exactly how the Sheriff's Office responded to the shooting. Video of what happened inside the school was not released. At the time, according to the agency's timeline, Peterson over his police radio said: "Be advised we have possible, could be firecrackers, I think we have shots fired, possible shots fired - 1200 building".
  • AAA offering its free 'Tipsy Tow' rides during St. Patrick's Day

    AAA offering its free 'Tipsy Tow' rides during St. Patrick's Day

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    The program may not be available in rural areas or during severe weather conditions. AAA's Tipsy Tow service will start 6 p.m. Saturday, March 17 and run through 6 a.m. Don't drink and drive. The Nebraska State Patrol also will conduct sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols this weekend. These actions endanger yourself as well as others.
  • Aggies handle Providence, 73-69

    Aggies handle Providence, 73-69

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    Lauren Cox entered Baylor last season as the nation's top recruit, then had to scratch and claw for playing time on a deep team as a freshman. The fans are being treated to a good first game. Providence College men's basketball coach Ed Cooley proved to be right - the Friars could not keep the Aggies of Texas A&M off of the backboards in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.
  • Former SA President, Zuma, Faces Corruption Charges

    Former SA President, Zuma, Faces Corruption Charges

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    Abrahams says the matter of Zuma will now be referred to the KwaZulu-Natal Director of Public Prosecutions to set in motions steps to secure the accused in court. Zuma was first charged with corruption in 2005 when his financial adviser was jailed on fraud and corruption charges. He was later released on medical parole.
  • Adrian Lamo, hacker who gave up Wikileaks source, dies aged 37

    Adrian Lamo, hacker who gave up Wikileaks source, dies aged 37

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    The news was broken by Lamo's father and another relative on Facebook . The cause of his death is unknown, but a coroner in Sedgwick County, Kansas, where Lamo lived, confirmed the news. Mario Lamo did not reveal how or when his son died. In an interview with The Guardian in 2011, Lamo expressed regret about telling on Manning.
  • JNU professor booked on sexual harassment charges

    JNU professor booked on sexual harassment charges

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    The accused has been identified as Atul Johri and an FIR has been registered against him at the Vasant Kunj police station in southwest Delhi, according to the police. However, talking to PTI , the School of Life Sciences (SLS) professor, a vocal supporter of the university administration's compulsory attendance initiative, claimed that he was being targeted for his stand on the issue.
  • North Korean foreign minister heads to Sweden amid summit speculation

    North Korean foreign minister heads to Sweden amid summit speculation

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    Im added Moon may meet Trump after the inter-Korean summit but before Trump's planned summit with Kim in May. Sweden, whose embassy represents United States interests in the North Korean capital, has been touted as a possible venue for the momentous summit between Kim and Trump, and the visit will fuel speculation that a Stockholm encounter is in the cards.
  • Spy poisoning scandal: Did Vladimir Putin himself order the attack?

    Spy poisoning scandal: Did Vladimir Putin himself order the attack?

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    Russia's envoy at the global chemical weapons watchdog said Britain and the USA both had access to Novichok and that the nerve agent used to attack the Skripals could have come from either of their stockpiles. He also has appealed to national pride, pointing at Western sanctions against Russian Federation as a proof of efforts by the USA and its allies to isolate and weaken Russian Federation.
  • Admiral: Kim Would 'Do a Victory Dance' If Trump Pulled Troops

    Admiral: Kim Would 'Do a Victory Dance' If Trump Pulled Troops

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    Alongside Foreign Minister Kono on Friday, Sullivan told reporters the US and Japan would discuss their " many common interests" and build on the allies' "unbreakable bonds". "And that voice has to be that of the President". While he says he welcomes the dialogue with North Korea, he's adamant the pariah nation must take real steps toward giving up its nukes.
  • Nebraska Weather: Fire Danger on Wednesday, Snow and Ice Warning on Friday

    Nebraska Weather: Fire Danger on Wednesday, Snow and Ice Warning on Friday

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    Have a great Friday everyone! The storm could accumulate 1 to 3 inches of snow in northeast Nebraska and possibly higher amounts in north central Nebraska. High winds and dust in the air can make for risky driving conditions and might cause issues for residents with respiratory diseases, the weather service said.
  • Trump, Moon express 'cautious optimism' over North Korea summit

    Trump, Moon express 'cautious optimism' over North Korea summit

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    They "emphasized that a brighter future is available for North Korea , if it chooses the correct path", it said. Sweden's embassy represents US, Canadian and Australian diplomatic interests in North Korea , with the country playing a key role in liaising diplomatic talks.
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    Malaysia's "Snake Whisperer" Dies After Cobra Bite

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    The New York Post reports that firefighters in Malaysia are often called to deal with snakes in homes and businesses. Khiruddin Drahman, director of Kuala Lumpur Fire and Rescue Department, told AFP that Abu Zarin had responded to a public call while off-duty with his wife.
  • Trump's Nominee To Lead CIA Spent Decades On Clandestine Side Of Operations

    Trump's Nominee To Lead CIA Spent Decades On Clandestine Side Of Operations

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    Bush's administration. Former CIA director Michael Hayden described Haspel as "a trusted friend, lieutenant and guide to the sometimes opaque corridors of American espionage". "Senators who will vote on her nomination MUST know the exact role she played in the CIA's torture program", tweeted Feinstein. GOP Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said he would oppose the nomination of Haspel as well as of Pompeo to be Secretary of State .