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22 ноября, 19:24

Convicted agent Butina accepts Russia job offer: TASS

A Russian agent briefly jailed in the United States and then deported back to Moscow has accepted a state job to defend Russians imprisoned abroad, TASS news agency reported on Friday.

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22 ноября, 19:24

India is the best place in the world to have a smartphone. That’s about to change.

Telecom companies reeling from bruising competition are planning to raise prices.

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22 ноября, 19:24

Netanyahu’s indictment exposes Trump, too

Not only is a close Trump ally in legal jeopardy, but Netanyahu's situation also echoes that of the American president.

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22 ноября, 19:24

‘Remain in Mexico’ to shuttle migrants from Tucson to El Paso

Homeland Security had said they stopped releasing families, but they didn’t, officials said, and smugglers figured it out.

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22 ноября, 19:23

General election 2019: Blair claims that Brexit 'nightmare' may not end

Former Labour PM says people would be shocked at how tough trade negotiations with the EU could be.

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22 ноября, 19:22

Chile's defense minister issues furious rejection of Amnesty rights claims

Chile's defense minister on Friday issued a furious rebuttal of claims by Amnesty International that excessive force was "intentionally" used on protesters to "punish" them for taking to the streets.

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22 ноября, 19:19

Davis Cup 2019: Great Britain v Germany quarter-final – live!

Live updates from the two singles and one doubles matchCanada beat Australia after Kyrgios pulls out with injuryDrop Tumaini an email | Tweet @tumcarayol 4.19pm GMT These two upcoming quarterfinal ties will have a tough act to follow. Earlier today, the two-man next gen Russian team of Andrey Rublev and Karen Khachanov took out Novak Djokovic’s Serbian team in a dramatic final doubles rubber, defeating Djokovic and Viktor Troicki 6-4, 4-6, 7-6(8) while saving three match points in the process. There was good tennis, bad tennis (four singles players in a tense doubles match is not always pretty), Troicki screaming at the umpire and plenty of drama.Put four singles players on a doubles court and let the chaos commence.Two riveting hours in the company of Rublev, Khachanov, Djokovic and Troicki. Wanted it to never end. Russia save multiple match points to reach the SFs vs. Canada. #DavisCupFinals pic.twitter.com/a0LnPtCkBE 4.12pm GMT Here are the official nominations for tonight. As, Great Britain and Germany do battle on Stadium 2, Spain and Argentina will face off in the main stadium and could provide plenty of its own drama should Pella win that crucial first rubber.OOP 1730hCentre CourtPella vs Carreno BustaSchwarztman vs NadalGonzalez/Mayer vs Granollers/Lopez#ARGESPStadium 2Edmund vs KohlschreiberEvans vs StruffJ. Murray/Skupski vs Krawietz/Mies#GBRGER#DavisCupMadridFinals #byRakuten Continue reading...

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22 ноября, 19:18

Tiny Home Villages Built For Homeless Veterans

By John Vibes A few Canadian cities have been building tiny house villages for homeless veterans. These villages can be found in Toronto and Calgary... Tiny Home Villages Built For Homeless Veterans

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22 ноября, 19:17

Court: Dutch govt doesn’t have to repatriate kids from Syria

A Dutch appeals court has overturned a lower court’s order that the government must attempt to bring home children whose mothers traveled to Syria to join Islamic extremist groups

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22 ноября, 19:17

Rabbi who challenged Brazil’s dictatorship dies in Miami

Rabbi Henry Sobel, a leading human rights activist during Brazil’s military dictatorship, has died of lung cancer in a Miami hospital

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22 ноября, 19:16

Overseas property buyers face UK stamp duty increase

Conservative Party set to raise surcharge to 3 per cent

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22 ноября, 19:12

FCC will vote to bar China's Huawei, ZTE from government subsidy program

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is set to vote Friday to designate China's Huawei and ZTE as national security risks, barring their U.S. rural carrier customers from tapping an $8.5 billion government fund to purchase equipment or services.