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    Jurnalist Pavel Sheremet killed in car bomb in Kiev
    Jul20

    Jurnalist Pavel Sheremet killed in car bomb in Kiev

    Photo: Alexandra Mudrats/TASS Well-known journalist Pavel Sheremet has been killed in central Kiev, the Ukrainskaya Pravda newspaper reported on Wednesday, TASS reports. According to the publication, “On Wednesday morning, well-known journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed in a car bomb explosion. The car belonged to the Ukrainskaya Pravda head...

    Well-known journalist killed in a car explosion in Kiev
    Jul20

    Well-known journalist killed in a car explosion in Kiev

    ASTANA. KAZINFORM – A renowned Russian journalist Pavel Sheremet has died in downtown Kiev when the car he was driving blew up minutes after the engine started. …read more Source:...

    Journalist  Pavel Sheremet killed in car blast In Kyiv
    Jul20

    Journalist Pavel Sheremet killed in car blast In Kyiv

    Prominent Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed early on July 20 when the car he was driving exploded in the Ukrainian capital. Investigators are working to determine the cause of the explosion. According to press reports, Sheremet, 44, was driving at about 7:45 a.m. to the office of the Ukrayinska Pravda news website where he worked...

    Russia’s famous journalist dies as car explodes in Kiev
    Jul20

    Russia’s famous journalist dies as car explodes in Kiev

    Prominent journalist Pavel Sheremet died in the car explosion July 20 morning, Ukrainian Pravda reported. …read more Source:...

    Malaysian photographer lied about Fukushima aftermath shots, say critics
    Jul20

    Malaysian photographer lied about Fukushima aftermath shots, say critics

    AFTER becoming an instant online sensation for a series of photographs showing the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster recently, several quarters have begun questioning the veracity of Keow Wee Loong’s claims that he entered the exclusion zones in Japan. Polish photographer and filmmaker, Arkadiusz Podniesiński, was one of the...

    Seven Ukraine troops die in worst clashes in two months
    Jul20

    Seven Ukraine troops die in worst clashes in two months

    KIEV: Ukraine said on Tuesday seven of its soldiers had been killed and 14 wounded in “very heated” fighting that marked the bloodiest clashes with pro-Russian separatists in two months. The announcement — the highest daily death toll since Ukraine reported seven of its soldiers dying on May 24 — follows a flurry of talks...

    Seven Ukraine troops die in worst clashes in two months
    Jul19

    Seven Ukraine troops die in worst clashes in two months

    KIEV: Ukraine said Tuesday seven of its soldiers had been killed and 14 wounded in the bloodiest clashes with pro-Russian separatists in two months. The announcement — the highest daily death toll since Ukraine reported seven of its soldiers dying on May 24 — follows a flurry of talks between world leaders and Moscow on stopping the 26-month...

    Sen. Pacquiao to fight on Nov. 5
    Jul19

    Sen. Pacquiao to fight on Nov. 5

    Neophyte Senator Manny Pacquiao is coming out of a brief retirement and will return to the boxing ring on Nov. 5 after Top Rank chief Bob Arum conferred with the Filipino boxing icon. Arum said if Terence Crawford wins against Viktor Postol of Ukraine in their showdown this weekend, he will be a prime candidate to face Pacquiao. But not to be...

    HIV infections level off at ‘worrying’ 2.5m a year
    Jul19

    HIV infections level off at ‘worrying’ 2.5m a year

    PARIS: Some 2.5 million people are still becoming infected with HIV every year even as drugs have slashed the death rate and virus-carriers live longer than ever, a global AIDS study said Tuesday. New infections have plateaued for the past 10 years after a steep dip from the peak rate of 3.3 million in 1997, said the authors of a comprehensive...

    HIV infections still at 2.5M a year – study
    Jul19

    HIV infections still at 2.5M a year – study

    PARIS: Some 2.5 million people are still becoming infected with HIV every year even as drugs have slashed the death rate and virus-carriers live longer than ever, a global AIDS study said Tuesday. New infections have plateaued for the past 10 years after a steep dip from the peak rate of 3.3 million in 1997, said the authors of a comprehensive...

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