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The US Treasury Department blacklisted Oleg Deripaska , Vladimir Bogdanov, Suleiman Kerimov , Igor Rotenberg, Kirill Shamalov , Andrei Skoch and Viktor Vekselberg . Its argument that people benefiting from a regime engaging in "malign activity around the globe" are being punished for their government's activities signals that the Trump administration is prepared to use the full scope of the Caatsa law.
  • Offers of help pour in after Humboldt Broncos hockey crash

    Offers of help pour in after Humboldt Broncos hockey crash

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    Canadian actor Will Arnett. - Ellen DeGeneres, comedian and talk show host. "We grieve for your hockey family and the ones that have passed on a (...) trip we know so well". The sounds of barbells hitting a CrossFit gym floor are very different than the slicing of freshly groomed ice from skates in a hockey rink. "His first game, we found a tin of mints and ever since then it's been alternating back and forth, buying mints for each other and sharing it as a joke".
  • Yes, Facebook is scanning your messages

    Yes, Facebook is scanning your messages

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    Facebook says it will require advertisers who want to run either political ads or so-called "issue ads" -which may not endorse a specific candidate or party but which discuss political topics- to verify themselves. Sandberg also touched on another contentious issue for Facebook: the role it will play in the upcoming elections and in the USA political system as a whole.
  • Recreational marijuana bill moves forward

    Recreational marijuana bill moves forward

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    The Berrien County Health Department says it has big concerns about a recreational marijuana proposal in MI. "As the issue of promoting diversity is of great importance to me and my administration, your office (Maryland Office of Transportation) should begin this process immediately to ensure opportunities for minority participation in the industry", Hogan said in the letter ordering the study .
  • Trump Tower fire claims the life of Harrison native

    Trump Tower fire claims the life of Harrison native

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    Brassner was a friend of the late artist Andy Warhol and is mentioned several times in the legendary New Yorker's 1989 autobiography, The Andy Warhol Diaries . Fire marshals were working to piece together where in his apartment the fire originated and how the flames were able to spread so rapidly through the large unit.
  • Blackbuck poaching case: Salman gets bail

    Blackbuck poaching case: Salman gets bail

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    However, due to security reasons, Salman's auto was allowed inside the prison ground, allowing the actor to leave immediately for the airport without much hassle. "Arguments were already over in the morning but Judge Joshi reserved the order for post lunch. He had appeared in court whenever summoned, and therefore should be granted bail".
  • BJP MPs to observe fast to protest impasse in Parliament: PM Modi

    BJP MPs to observe fast to protest impasse in Parliament: PM Modi

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    They don't vote for the BJP. Even several Dalits forums are now said to be openly opposing these "divide and rule" politics of BJP and hence asking the Dalit community to not trust BJP leaders, MPs. "In the era of social media and communication, if we remain inactive, those anti-national, anti-social, selfish, wrong-doers will occupy that space".
  • Israeli defense minister claims there are 'no innocent people' in Gaza

    Israeli defense minister claims there are 'no innocent people' in Gaza

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    Journalists were targeted despite wearing flak jackets marked with press identification. UK Opposition Leader, Jeremy Corbyn condemned the killings by Israeli soldiers in a statement Saturday. Israel has drawn sharp criticism for its open-fire orders along the border, including its warnings that those approaching or trying to damage the fence would be targeted.
  • Oil inches down on Trump's latest China trade threats

    Oil inches down on Trump's latest China trade threats

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    That raised the total to $150 billion of Chinese goods under consideration. The Chinese commerce ministry said today it is ready to pay "any cost" in the trade spat with Washington after already announcing plans to meet earlier U.S. While White House officials have offered similar re-assurances in recent weeks, new threats and counter-threats have increased fears; the Dow Jones industrial average fell 572 points on Friday.
  • Canada hockey bus crash: what we know

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    As of Saturday, the fundraiser has received almost 20,000 donations for well over a million dollars since it was set up late Friday. "This isn't about Humboldt, it's not even about Saskatchewan; it's about Canada and our world". As the names of the dead emerge, "it's getting harder and harder", Humboldt Mayor Rob Muench said. Counsellors stayed all night, and remain there right now.
  • Missing child's disappearance ruled homicide; father charged, arrested

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    As the search continued to unfold, the community rallied and volunteers prayed the blonde-haird, blue-eyed boy would be found. Bledsoe said on Saturday he was not surprised, but "impressed" by the community support. Investigators are still working to locate Joe Clyde's body and no motive has been released. Authorities did not immediately suspect foul play when Joe's family called them Wednesday.
  • 2 soldiers killed in helicopter crash at Fort Campbell identified

    2 soldiers killed in helicopter crash at Fort Campbell identified

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    They identified them as Chief Warrant Officer 3 Ryan Connolly, 37, who was an instructor pilot in the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade, and Warrant Officer James Casadona, 28, who was a pilot in the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade. "The Destiny Brigade has suffered a great tragedy and our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of the deceased", Colonel Craig Alia, the unit's commander, said in the statement.
  • Texas, Arizona announce troop deployments to Mexico border

    Texas, Arizona announce troop deployments to Mexico border

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    Trump has failed so far to persuade either the Mexican government or the US Congress to fully fund a wall he wants to build along the border. After plunging at the start of Mr Trump's presidency, the numbers of migrants apprehended at the southwest border have started to rise in line with historical trends.
  • Shire PLC (SHP) Given Average Recommendation of "Buy" by Brokerages

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    About 5.22M shares traded or 16.62% up from the average. NetEase, Inc. ( NASDAQ :NTES) has declined 2.94% since April 7, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 20.84% the S&P500. Analysts await Shire plc ( NASDAQ : SHPG ) to report earnings on May, 1. The 14-day ADX for Shire Plc Ads ( SHPG ) is now at 34.76. This is an increase from Shire's previous semiannual dividend of $0.15.
  • Facebook suspends Canadian data analytics firm over data scandal

    Facebook suspends Canadian data analytics firm over data scandal

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    The company also said that it won't unsend or retract any more of Zuckerberg's messages, until the feature is made available to the larger audience. That expands an earlier plan to require such verification for ads that are directly about elections. The legislation would also require online platforms to make "all reasonable efforts" to ensure that foreign nationals and entities are not buying political ads to influence the USA electorate.
  • Muenster van driver well known to German police

    Muenster van driver well known to German police

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    Six people were detained in connection with what police and prosecutors allege was a strategy to perform an extremist assault on Berlin's half-marathon Sunday, " German authorities stated. The local daily Tagesspiegel reported that the primary suspect had been under observation for two weeks around the clock. The half-marathon was being guarded by some 630 police officers, German news agency dpa reported.
  • Brazil's ex-President Lula turns himself in to police

    Brazil's ex-President Lula turns himself in to police

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    The progressive Caribbean Movement for Peace and Integration expressed its dismay over the arrest of former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and called for his immediate release. When that was turned down, he engaged in a standoff with authorities in his hometown Sao Bernardo do Campo, outside Sao Paulo. But there is pressure to change that so that higher court appeals could be pursued in liberty, which would mean freedom for Lula.