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    Politics: Hacked text messages allegedly sent by Paul Manafort’s daughter discuss ‘blood money’ and killings, and a Ukrainian lawyer wants him to explain
    Mar21

    Politics: Hacked text messages allegedly sent by Paul Manafort’s daughter discuss ‘blood money’ and killings, and a Ukrainian lawyer wants him to explain

    A human-rights lawyer wants to know who was advising or influencing Yanukovych when he ordered Ukrainian security forces to crush protests with force. One familiar name that has emerged: Paul Manafort. On February 20, 2014, Ukrainian riot police opened fire on thousands of demonstrators who had gathered in central Kiev. They were protesting...

    SPAR Nigeria: Company supports community school in promoting assertiveness in students
    Mar21

    SPAR Nigeria: Company supports community school in promoting assertiveness in students

    SPAR’s Marketing Manager, Emmanuel Isangediok thanked the school authorities and teachers for impacting knowledge to the children. As part of its commitment to add value to host communities, leading Hypermarket, SPAR joined Ilupeju Junior Grammar School to organize its annual inter-school competition at the school’s premises on...

    The Vicious Causes of Conflict and Abject Poverty
    Mar21

    The Vicious Causes of Conflict and Abject Poverty

    Josephus Moses Gray, the authorCorruption is not a new phenomenon to the African continent and its huge populations, it has been eating up every sphere of the continent especially corruption prone states including Liberia. This unethical practice has grown even larger to the extent it is not only hampering development and growth in the country...

    FBI head confirms Russia election probe, says Moscow backed Trump
    Mar21

    FBI head confirms Russia election probe, says Moscow backed Trump

    FBI Director James Comey on Monday confirmed for the first time that the bureau is investigating possible ties between Republican Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia as Moscow sought to influence the 2016 U.S. election., Comey and Admiral Mike Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency, made clear that their...

    Rex Tillerson: US Secretary of State to skip NATO meeting in Brussels next month
    Mar21

    Rex Tillerson: US Secretary of State to skip NATO meeting in Brussels next month

    Tillerson will be replaced by a lower-level official at the NATO meeting on April 5-6. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will skip a meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Brussels in April, but will travel to Russia and Italy the same month, a US official said Tuesday.Tillerson will be replaced by a lower-level official at the NATO meeting on...

    Politics: The FBI’s investigation into Trump and Russia coincided with game-changing, Russia-related events on the campaign trail
    Mar20

    Politics: The FBI’s investigation into Trump and Russia coincided with game-changing, Russia-related events on the campaign trail

    James Comey said on Monday during a public hearing that the bureau in July opened its investigation into Russia's interference in the US election. FBI Director James Comey said on Monday during a public hearing before the House Intelligence Committee that the bureau opened its investigation into Russia’s interference in the US election...

    Slavery Through Legal Bias Behavior: The Asymmetric Justice System Against Africa By The International Criminal Court (ICC)
    Mar20

    Slavery Through Legal Bias Behavior: The Asymmetric Justice System Against Africa By The International Criminal Court (ICC)

    Written by: Jefferson G. Togba Jefferson G. Togba, Author of this articleEver since its birth in 1946, the International Criminal Court and /or International Court of Justice (ICC/ICJ) has not done much to prosecute perpetrators of war crime and crime against humanity holistically. Since justice for one would equally means giving justice to all...

    Croatia fans return to the stadium after hooliganism bans
    Mar20

    Croatia fans return to the stadium after hooliganism bans

    Croatia will play to their first full home crowd at a competitive match for almost two and a half years this week, in a World Cup qualifier which coach Ante Cacic hopes will show his side has healthy support. Hooliganism meant fans were banned from several home matches – the last time they had a full home crowd was in a 6-0 win over Azerbaijan in...

    News24.com | Japan and Russia hold talks on security, territorial dispute
    Mar20

    News24.com | Japan and Russia hold talks on security, territorial dispute

    The foreign and defence ministers from Japan and Russia are meeting in Tokyo for the first such “two-plus-two” talks since Russia’s annexation of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    eNCA | Russia-backed Crimea chief says Putin should be president for life
    Mar18

    eNCA | Russia-backed Crimea chief says Putin should be president for life

    Putin, 64, has dominated the Russian political landscape for the past 17 years. He has not said whether he will run for a fourth presidential term next year. …read more Source:...

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