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    FBI director’s email letter broke recent pattern: NYT
    Nov02

    FBI director’s email letter broke recent pattern: NYT

    The FBI director’s making public a new trove of emails connected to Hillary Clinton on Friday departed from decisions in recent months to keep quiet two separate investigations, The New York Times reported Tuesday. James Comey has come under fierce criticism for his letter informing Congress about the bureau’s decision to effectively...

    Warning of spectre of war
    Nov01

    Warning of spectre of war

    Mikhail Gorbachev, former leader of the Soviet Union and recipient of the 1990 Nobel Peace Prize, has appealed to world leaders to reduce the dangerous tensions which today threaten to plunge human civilisation and the biosphere into a nuclear war. “I think the world has reached a dangerous point, I don’t want to give any concrete...

    In Ukraine: For a free phone, a 20-year old man changed his name to “iPhone 7”
    Nov01

    In Ukraine: For a free phone, a 20-year old man changed his name to “iPhone 7”

    A man originally named Olexander Turin has legally changed the name his parents gave him to "iPhone 7." Wonders, like they say, will never end and we have come across another example of why this is true. In Ukraine, a man originally named Olexander Turin has legally changed the name his parents gave him to “iPhone 7” because...

    Super Ray: ‘Cool together’ [Video]
    Nov01

    Super Ray: ‘Cool together’ [Video]

    The visuals of the song which was shot in Ukraine was produced by Cally. Rising artiste, Super Ray brings on his swag in the video of his hot track, ‘Cool together’.The visuals of the song which was shot in Ukraine was produced by Cally.Enjoy! …read more Source: Pulse...

    Ukraine lawmakers made to declare assets online
    Oct31

    Ukraine lawmakers made to declare assets online

    Ukrainian public servants have disclosed millions in cash, luxury cars, and even holy relics after a new anti-graft law came into force. The move has been hailed by activists in corruption-plagued Kyiv. …read more Source:...

    IFJ reports 66 journalists killed in 2016
    Oct31

    IFJ reports 66 journalists killed in 2016

    Sixty-six journalists have been killed in different countries around the world while performing professional duties since the beginning of 2016. ||| Brussels – Sixty-six journalists were killed in different countries around the world while performing professional duties since the beginning of 2016, the International Federation of...

    Ukrainians shocked as politicians declare vast wealth
    Oct31

    Ukrainians shocked as politicians declare vast wealth

    KIEV (Reuters) – An anti-corruption reform requiring senior Ukrainian officials to declare their wealth online has exposed a vast difference between the fortunes of politicians and those they represent. The post Ukrainians shocked as politicians declare vast wealth appeared first on LIBYA TODAY. …read more Source: Libya...

    Dutch government seeks more time for solution on Ukraine-EU treaty impasse
    Oct31

    Dutch government seeks more time for solution on Ukraine-EU treaty impasse

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The Dutch government sought more time on Monday to find a way to avoid having to revoke the country’s support for a partnership agreement between the European Union and Ukraine, the foreign minister said in a letter to parliament. The post Dutch government seeks more time for solution on Ukraine-EU treaty impasse...

    Champions League: City await Barca as big guns eye next
    Oct31

    Champions League: City await Barca as big guns eye next

    Mesut Ozil scored his first professional hat-trick in Arsenal's 6-0 whitewash of Ludogorets last time out. AFP Sports looks ahead to Tuesday’s Champions League action as Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City host Barcelona with a number of sides, including the Spanish champions, looking to seal a place in the next round (all kick-offs...

    International Court Hit by Planned Exit of 3 African States
    Oct30

    International Court Hit by Planned Exit of 3 African States

    When the treaty creating the International Criminal Court was opened for signatories in 1998, Egyptian-born legal scholar Mahmoud Cherif Bassiouni called it “a triumph for all peoples of the world.” Fast-forward 18 years, and the lofty ideal of establishing a court that would end impunity for atrocities and deliver justice to victims...

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