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The United States has added 21 individuals, including Russian deputy Energy Minister Evgeniy Cherezov, and nine entities to its list of Specially Designated Nationals, and another 12 entities to the Sectoral Sanctions Identifications List, the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control said in a press release on Friday.
  • Paris zoo on LOCKDOWN after FIFTY baboons escape

    Paris zoo on LOCKDOWN after FIFTY baboons escape

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    Police were called and marksmen armed with hypodermic needles were at the scene, and a perimeter around the zoo was established to prevent cars nearby from entering. Guinea baboons, originated from West Africa, are classified as a "near-threatened" species by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.
  • Police Confirmed That Billionaire Couple Barry And Honey Sherman Were Murdered

    Police Confirmed That Billionaire Couple Barry And Honey Sherman Were Murdered

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    December 15. An autopsy concluded they died from "ligature compression". Apotex is the pharmaceutical company founded by Barry Sherman in 1974, credited for ushering generics into the Canadian market and cutting consumer drug prices. The news conference heard, as reported variously before, that the Shermans were found strangled with belts around their necks, hanging from a railing around their indoor pool.
  • Hillary Clinton protected '08 campaign adviser accused of sexual harassment

    Hillary Clinton protected '08 campaign adviser accused of sexual harassment

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    In a biography on the network's website , Strider is described as "best known as the Democratic Party's 'faith guru.'" He has acted as an adviser on more than 100 U.S. Strider was later fired from the organization, however, after a series of issues, including allegations that he harassed multiple female staffers in person and over email, two sources with knowledge of Strider's departure told CNN.
  • Lagos State Government Reacts To Deji Tinubu's Death

    Lagos State Government Reacts To Deji Tinubu's Death

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    The retreat which began on Thursday was scheduled to end tonight. Deji was said to have been immediately rushed to Epe General Hospital after he collapsed but was confirmed dead. "A fine gentleman and team player who was committed and passionate about the Lagos vision". "We condole indeed with the entire Tinubu dynasty of Lagos Island on this unsavory and distasteful occurrence", he said.
  • Duterte tells Suu Kyi, rights activists are 'just a noisy bunch'

    Duterte tells Suu Kyi, rights activists are 'just a noisy bunch'

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    Former New Mexico Gov Bill Richardson has resigned from an advisory panel on the massive Rohingya refugee crisis, calling it a "whitewash and a cheerleading operation" for Myanmar leader. Human rights groups, however, said this figure is understated if the deaths allegedly carried out by so-called "vigilantes" will be taken into account.
  • Netanyahu and Merkel discuss Iran Deal in Davos

    Netanyahu and Merkel discuss Iran Deal in Davos

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    Prime Minister Netanyahu and Swiss President Berset agreed to work toward creating new tracks for bilateral economic cooperation. Netanyahu has said he plans to give the Africans now in Israel a choice of jail or deportation to an African country he has yet to name.
  • Wells Fargo & Co (WFC) Shares Sold by Findlay Park Partners LLP

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    Among active positions in the latest quarter, 721 holders increased their positions by a total of 159.78 million shares, 1,050 holders decreased the positions by a total of 142.34 million shares, and 211 holders held their positions. (NYSE:HCP) for 16,200 shares. 26,502 were reported by Edge Wealth Management Ltd Limited Liability Company. Sequoia Financial Ltd Liability Corporation stated it has 14,425 shares or 0.09% of all its holdings.
  • President's Address to the Nation on the eve of Republic Day

    President's Address to the Nation on the eve of Republic Day

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    Threats by the U.S. that it would take unilateral action against Pakistan if it were not seen to take action against the Haqqani Network and the Afghan Taliban - the way the USA would have us do - seem to have now been carried out. He's alleged to have passed on 10 million euros paid to the Taliban for the release of hostages in mid-2011 to the finance commission's leader in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta.
  • Analyst's Insights on Och-Ziff Capital Management (OZM) and Pulmatrix Inc (PULM)

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    About 26,514 shares traded. Shares of Och-Ziff Capital Management Group ( NYSE OZM ) opened at $2.45 on Friday. It has underperformed by 53.09% the S&P500.The move comes after 9 months negative chart setup for the $1.16 billion company. Currently, the 14-day ADX for Och-Ziff Capital Management ( OZM ) is sitting at 22.07. Enterprise Value is calculated by taking the market capitalization plus debt, minority interest and preferred shares, minus total cash and cash equivalents.
  • Syria war: Row over Turkey using German-made tanks

    Syria war: Row over Turkey using German-made tanks

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    In Asia, Defense Secretary James Mattis chastised Turkey for its offensive against the Kurds . If the United States is to truly stand for democracy as it claims, it must be decisive in protecting Afrin as well as the other two Kurdish regions in Syria .
  • Atkins: DACA deal has Don dreaming of border wall

    Atkins: DACA deal has Don dreaming of border wall

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    Congress that would appeal to hardliners seeking tougher rules for immigrants while also preventing the roughly 700,000 " Dreamers " from being deported. But Republicans are being more cautious. James Lankford said he supports the citizenship pathway Trump described. Sen. Moderate Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., said he was "very encouraged" by Trump's surprising words, which the president made late Wednesday in impromptu comments to reporters .
  • Turkey disputes U.S. account of Erdogan-Trump call

    Turkey disputes U.S. account of Erdogan-Trump call

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    However, observers believe that the threat of military response by Syria was a message to the Kurdish fighters in Afrin that if the area was handed over to the Syrian government, the Syrian forces would respond to the Turkish attack as mentioned by Mekdad.
  • Buhari To Speak On Anti-Corruption War At AU Summit

    Buhari To Speak On Anti-Corruption War At AU Summit

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    Also, Kenyan foreign minister Amina Mohamed, said, Africa is taking the issues of corruption "very very seriously" because we have identified it as an area where we could "make gains, quick gains". The summit reintroduces the theme: Winning the fight against corruption: a sustainable path for the transformation of Africa. All African nations are concerned with the AU's theme of anti-corruption for 2018, the chairperson reiterated on Thursday at the opening of the executive council meeting.
  • Australian Open: Federer enters final after Chung retires hurt

    Australian Open: Federer enters final after Chung retires hurt

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    The Swiss maestro won the first set 6-1 against a nervy Chung and was leading 5-2 in the second set when the latter opted to withdraw . "With Rafa [Nadal, who retired in the quarters against Cilic] towards the end of the match, and even I think with Kyle, I think he had either a small injury or fatigue, I had no idea, towards the end of the match.
  • Nassar gets 175 more years in jail

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    When revealing Nassar's sentence , the judge is quoted as saying, "I just signed your death warrant". "As tragedies are politicized, blame is inevitable". "I've always written and it's always been my dream", she said. Both MSU, as well as USA Gymnastics and the United States Olympic Committee, are being condemned by the victims for allowing Nassar to continue to have access to young women.
  • US Supreme Court temporarily delays the execution of an Alabama inmate

    US Supreme Court temporarily delays the execution of an Alabama inmate

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    They also argued that Madison "understands" that he carried out the crime. At his third trial, he argued self-defense. In 2016, his attorneys at the Equal Justice Initiative won him a stay which prevented his execution at the 11th hour. Supreme Court order. The state had scheduled Madison, 67, to be executed at 6 p.m. on Thursday, amid concerns that he was not mentally fit for the process.
  • (MSFT) Position Lowered by SFE Investment Counsel

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    Guinness Asset Management Ltd now owns 170,430 shares of the software giant's stock valued at $11,748,000 after buying an additional 21,120 shares during the last quarter. Neville Rodie & Shaw Inc. raised its stake in Microsoft by 0.6% during the fourth quarter. Atria Investments LLC now owns 145,795 shares of the software giant's stock worth $10,050,000 after purchasing an additional 4,033 shares in the last quarter.
  • The Blame Game Continues in Washington as a Potential Government Shutdown Looms

    The Blame Game Continues in Washington as a Potential Government Shutdown Looms

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    The House followed the Senate in passing legislation Monday afternoon to reopen the government after the shutdown 266-150. John Cornyn of Texas, indicated that Republican leaders were skeptical that Democrats would budge. The federal government shutdown on Saturday after the Senate failed to reach an agreement on an appropriations bill that had been approved by the House.