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    Biologists Find 50,000-Year-Old ‘Super Life’ in Mexico Cave
    Feb18

    Biologists Find 50,000-Year-Old ‘Super Life’ in Mexico Cave

    In a Mexican cave system so beautiful and hot that it is called both a fairyland and hell, scientists have discovered life trapped in crystals that could be 50,000 years old. The bizarre and ancient microbes were found dormant in caves in Naica, Mexico, and were able to exist by living on minerals such as iron and manganese, said Penelope Boston,...

    NATO Officials Say Russian ‘Fake News’ Seeks to Undermine Alliance
    Feb18

    NATO Officials Say Russian ‘Fake News’ Seeks to Undermine Alliance

    Emails accusing German soldiers stationed in Lithuania of rape were sent this week to local news outlets, the latest incident in what NATO officials say is a Russian “fake news” campaign aimed at eroding public support for the military alliance. The emails, which were sent to several Lithuanian media outlets on February 14, claimed...

    Analysis: Afghan Talks Reflect Russian Moves to Expand Global Influence
    Feb17

    Analysis: Afghan Talks Reflect Russian Moves to Expand Global Influence

    With the Trump administration still stitching together its foreign policy, priorities and staff, Russia seems intent on expanding its once-shrunken sphere of influence by exploiting gaps in America’s overseas presence. It’s been a globe-spanning effort, with Russian leader Vladimir Putin using muscle in places like Ukraine and Syria...

    A Wall Street performance coach who’s consulted on Showtime’s ‘Billions’ outlines 5 truths of human behavior all her clients must face
    Feb17

    A Wall Street performance coach who’s consulted on Showtime’s ‘Billions’ outlines 5 truths of human behavior all her clients must face

    Denise Shull gets Wall Street traders and investors back on their feet with a proven coaching strategy. Wall Street is full of investors and traders with big egos, and Denise Shull sees them at their most vulnerable. She’s the founder of the ReThink Group, a performance coaching group that specializes in clients on Wall Street. She’s...

    Liberia Ahead Of Ukraine In Index of Economic Freedom 2017
    Feb17

    Liberia Ahead Of Ukraine In Index of Economic Freedom 2017

    Liberian Leader, President Ellen Johnson SirleafUkraine increased its points from 46.8 to 48.1 score on a scale of 0 to 100, falling from 162nd to 166th position among 180 countries (178 a year ago), according to the Heritage Foundation annual study. Liberia, Chad, Afghanistan, Sudan and Angola are ahead of Ukraine (with scores from 49.1 to...

    Kremlin Denies Any Disappointment With Trump Administration
    Feb17

    Kremlin Denies Any Disappointment With Trump Administration

    The Kremlin denied Friday that it has grown frustrated with a lack of progress in improving relations with Washington under President Donald Trump, saying it’s too early to say what course Russia-U.S. ties will take. “We never wore rose-tinted glasses, never had any illusions, so there is nothing to be disappointed with,” Kremlin spokesman...

    [OPINION] One Arsene Wenger – By Baba Grumpy
    Feb17

    [OPINION] One Arsene Wenger – By Baba Grumpy

    You have read the reports especially after the match against Bayern Munich on Wednesday night. “Arsene Wenger snatches candy from kids”. “His team can never do it again”. “They don’t have mental strength”. “He needs to go now” etc. Overreaction I call it. Apart from the fact that I am still hurting from the result, I am also incensed...

    US Allies Optimistic About Political Solution to Syrian Conflict
    Feb17

    US Allies Optimistic About Political Solution to Syrian Conflict

    U.S. allies said after a meeting Friday with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson they were encouraged the United States would support a political solution to the Syrian conflict. “All the participants want a political solution because a military solution alone won’t lead to peace in Syria,” German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel...

    Trump loses pick for top security advisor
    Feb17

    Trump loses pick for top security advisor

    Ex-US admiral Robert S. Harward previously commanded a Navy SEALs unit that specialized in operations across the Middle East © AFPWashington, United States, Feb 17 – Donald Trump’s reported pick for national security advisor turned down the job just hours after the president defended the ousted Michael Flynn, saying he “wasn’t wrong”...

    Munich Security Conference to focus on transatlantic ties amid uncertainties
    Feb17

    Munich Security Conference to focus on transatlantic ties amid uncertainties

    MUNICH – Over 500 participants from around the world are expected to discuss a swathe of major global security issues ranging from the future of the transatlantic alliance to the West-Russia relations as the 53rd Munich Security Conference (MSC) officially opens here Friday afternoon., The key annual gathering for the international...

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