Archive for May, 2017

Russia expels Estonian, Moldovan diplomats as part of ‘retaliatory measure’

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Preview Russia’s Foreign Ministry has ordered two Estonian and five Moldovan diplomats to leave the country in response to what it called the “unfriendly actions” of the Estonian and Moldovan governments, which earlier expelled Russian diplomats.
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Owner of Paris café convicted for selling CCTV video of terrorist attack to Daily Mail

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Preview The proprietor of the Casa Nostra restaurant in Paris has been fined and ordered to pay compensation to five victims featured in a CCTV video he sold without consent of the café being shot at in November 2015 during the terror attacks that killed 130.
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Fin24.com | Rand, mining regulation weigh on JSE

Posted by Fin24 Markets on May 31, 2017  |   Comments Off on Fin24.com | Rand, mining regulation weigh on JSE
The rand traded at R13.17/$ at the close of the JSE as heightened political risk weighed on the local unit, despite the dollar retreating against major currencies.

Pilot error likely to blame for Tu-154 Sochi crash – official commission

Posted by RT on May 31, 2017  |   Comments Off on Pilot error likely to blame for Tu-154 Sochi crash – official commission
Preview The captain of the Tu-154 military plane headed for Syria that crashed near Sochi last December probably lost his bearings and caused the accident that killed 92 people, the official investigative commission has concluded.
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Fin24.com | Rand, mining regulation weigh on JSE

Posted by Fin24 Markets on May 31, 2017  |   Comments Off on Fin24.com | Rand, mining regulation weigh on JSE
The rand traded at R13.17/$ at the close of the JSE as heightened political risk weighed on the local unit, despite the dollar retreating against major currencies.

German students clash with police over deportation of Afghan refugee (VIDEO)

Posted by RT on May 31, 2017  |   Comments Off on German students clash with police over deportation of Afghan refugee (VIDEO)
Preview At least nine police officers were injured as violent clashes between students and police broke out in the German city of Nurnberg when a group of students tried to block the deportation of an Afghan fellow learner.
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New on Pornhub: Corruption allegations video that court ordered Russia’s Navalny to delete

Posted by RT on May 31, 2017  |   Comments Off on New on Pornhub: Corruption allegations video that court ordered Russia’s Navalny to delete
Preview A Moscow district court has ruled that a video released by opposition activist and anti-corruption blogger Aleksey Navalny that accuses top government officials and big businessmen of corruption is “inconsistent with reality” and must be deleted.
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Mother not allowed into dead daughter’s Facebook account – Berlin court

Posted by RT on May 31, 2017  |   Comments Off on Mother not allowed into dead daughter’s Facebook account – Berlin court
Preview A Berlin court rejected an appeal by the mother of a dead 15-year-old German teen, who was seeking access to her daughter’s private Facebook account. The court said the right to privacy outweighs the right to inheritance, local media reported.
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Bomb scare forces Malaysian Airlines plane to turn back to Melbourne

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Preview A Malaysia Airlines flight en route from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur has been diverted back to its point of departure, after a “disruptive” passenger tried to enter the cockpit.
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Japan’s suicide rate down, but still main cause of death for 15-39 year-olds

Posted by RT on May 31, 2017  |   Comments Off on Japan’s suicide rate down, but still main cause of death for 15-39 year-olds
Preview Almost 22,000 Japanese people took their own lives in 2016, the lowest number in 22 years, but the country’s suicide rate remains the sixth worst in the world, and teenagers remain particularly prone to killing themselves.
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