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    Mpumi jia UEFA Champions ,league muthenya wa igoro na micetho iria ikuthakwa umundi
    Nov02

    Mpumi jia UEFA Champions ,league muthenya wa igoro na micetho iria ikuthakwa umundi

    Maumirira ma UEFA champions league muthenya wa igoro ni ta uu.Mnchester city 3-1 Barcelona, Benfica 1-0 Dynamo Kiev, Basel 1-2 Paris Saint Germain, Besiktas 1-1 Napoli, PSV Eidhoven 1-2 Bayern Munich, Ludgorets 2-3 Arsenal, Borusia Monchegladbach 1-1 Celtic, Atletico Madrid 2-1 Fc Rostov. Micetho iingi iria ikathakwa umundi kiri UEFA Champions...

    Ukraine officials declare jaw-dropping riches (AFP)
    Nov02

    Ukraine officials declare jaw-dropping riches (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – A luxury watch collection, millions of dollars in cash and a Picasso painting are just several items listed on Ukraine officials’ income and asset declarations, shocking a country vowing to curb corruption. …read more Source: The West...

    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...

    Luxury watches, millions in cash, property and a Picasso painting revealed as Ukranian officials disclose assets
    Nov02

    Luxury watches, millions in cash, property and a Picasso painting revealed as Ukranian officials disclose assets

    November 02, 2016 12:05 PMKIEV (AFP) – A luxury watch collection, millions of dollars in cash and a Picasso painting are just several items listed on Ukraine officials’ income and asset declarations, shocking a country vowing to curb corruption. …read more Source: The Straits...

    2015 Was Second Worst Year For Journalist Killings In Decade, UN Says
    Nov02

    2015 Was Second Worst Year For Journalist Killings In Decade, UN Says

    One journalist is being killed every five days as a result of their work, UNESCO reported on November 2. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Napoli’s Captain Fantastic Hamsik denies Besiktas
    Nov02

    Napoli’s Captain Fantastic Hamsik denies Besiktas

    Napoli’s Amadou Diawara reacts after Marek Hamsik scored a goal REUTERS ISTANBUL: A stunning strike from Marek Hamsik cancelled out Ricardo Quaresma’s penalty as Napoli forced a 1-1 draw at Besiktas on Tuesday to stay on course for the last 16 of the Champions League. Portugal winger Quaresma crashed the ball in from the spot in the...

    Salvio penalty hands Benfica victory over Kiev
    Nov02

    Salvio penalty hands Benfica victory over Kiev

    Benfica’s Eduardo Salvio in action against Dynamo Kyiv’s Yevhen Khacheridi. REUTERS LISBON: Benfica’s Eduardo Salvio converted a penalty and Dynamo Kiev missed one as the Portuguese side won 1-0 on Tuesday to go level on points with Napoli at the top of their Champions League group. Salvio put Benfica ahead in first-half...

    Putin renovates Cold War MISSILE BUNKERS in Crimea as Russia prepares for global assault
    Nov02

    Putin renovates Cold War MISSILE BUNKERS in Crimea as Russia prepares for global assault

    VLADIMIR Putin has restored crumbling missile bunkers used during the Cold War as Moscow shows yet more signs it’s preparing for a global war. …read more Source:...

    UK spy chief sees growing threat from Russian cyber-attacks, espionage
    Nov02

    UK spy chief sees growing threat from Russian cyber-attacks, espionage

    Russia is pushing its foreign policy in increasingly aggressive ways including cyber-attacks and espionage, posing a growing threat to Britain and the rest of Europe, the head of Britain´s internal intelligence agency MI5 has said. The Kremlin dismissed the allegations as untrue and challenged its critics to produce evidence. MI5 Director General...

    Russia restores abandoned Soviet missile bunkers along Crimean coast
    Nov02

    Russia restores abandoned Soviet missile bunkers along Crimean coast

    Moscow has reanimated multiple Soviet-built facilities in the region, built new bases and stationed soldiers there, as tensions between Russia and NATO mount. …read more Source: Daily...