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It will also be the first one since the Sturgis floating nuclear power plant used by the United States in Panama from 1968 to 1975, as Ars Technica pointed out . "This is enough to keep the activity of the town populated with 100,000 people", Rosatom went on to say. Environmentalists believe that the floating power plant is designed not to solve the problems of security of the Russian North energy, and as a demonstration exhibit for the objective of further export of such platforms.
  • Journalist J Dey murder case: Court likely to pronounce judgment today

    Journalist J Dey murder case: Court likely to pronounce judgment today

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    The conviction took place almost 7 years after the murder of Dey on June 11, 2011 when J Dey was allegedly shot multiple times on his back while he was on a motorcycle by a 7-member gang affiliated to gangster Chhota Rajan . The rest of the 11 accused, including Rajan and Vora, have gone under trial. Instead, an angry Rajan made a decision to order the journalist's murder.
  • Duke Realty (NYSE:DRE) Earns Daily News Sentiment Score of 0.16

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    We have $29.06 PT which if reached, will make NYSE :DRE worth $684.95 million more. Among 10 analysts covering Duke Realty Corp ( NYSE :DRE), 5 have Buy rating, 0 Sell and 5 Hold. Comm Retail Bank stated it has 0.01% in Kimco Realty Corporation ( NYSE :KIM). 172 hedge funds started new or increased stock positions, while 157 sold and decreased their equity positions in Kimco Realty Corp so the sentiment has dropped.
  • IHH sweetens offer for India's Fortis in heated bidding war

    IHH sweetens offer for India's Fortis in heated bidding war

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    In its earlier offer, IHH was willing to immediately infuse equity of Rs 650 crore "without any due diligence" and in return sought for "immediate" access for legal and financial due diligence for subsequent equity infusion. The Munjal-Burmans raised their bid by 7.2 percent to Rs 172 per share, from Rs 160 earlier. "Hence, including the warrant subscription amount, our upfront investment in the company will be Rs 10.5 billion", the offer letter stated.
  • Brexiteers send customs 'ultimatum' to Theresa May

    Brexiteers send customs 'ultimatum' to Theresa May

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    Mr Rees-Mogg, who is steadfastly against remaining in the customs union and who last week dismissed the customs partnership plan as "completely cretinous", has said he is "aware of the correspondence". However, the technology option, which would involve minimising border checks through use of smart cameras and scanners, has been rejected by the Irish government as unworkable.
  • UN Envoy Calls on Myanmar to Hold 'Proper Investigation' of Rohingya Crisis

    UN Envoy Calls on Myanmar to Hold 'Proper Investigation' of Rohingya Crisis

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    Ms. Pierce added that during the Council's meeting with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the State Counsellor urged all concerned to produce evidence that would help the country undertake a proper investigation. The Security Council envoys arrived in Myanmar on Monday after visiting refugee camps on the Bangladesh side of the border, and government leaders in Dhaka.
  • Global military spending hits $1.73 trillion in 2017

    Global military spending hits $1.73 trillion in 2017

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    After 13 consecutive years of increases from 1999 to 2011 and relatively unchanged spending from 2012 to 2016, total global military expenditure rose again in 2017.* Military spending in 2017 represented 2.2 per cent of global gross domestic product (GDP) or $230 per person.
  • Late-Night Hosts Defend Michelle Wolf's WHCD Speech

    Late-Night Hosts Defend Michelle Wolf's WHCD Speech

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    Comedian Michelle Wolf after the White House Correspondents' Dinner on April 28. The dinner is traditionally known as an annual chance for officials and correspondents alike to take a few humorous hits, but many felt this year's jabs went beyond the event's lighthearted nature.
  • Arizona Teachers Show Link Between Tax Cuts and Underfunded Schools

    Arizona Teachers Show Link Between Tax Cuts and Underfunded Schools

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    Leaders say that going back to work doesn't mean they won't continue fighting for raises and funding for public schools in the state, but it is time to get back to their students. We have options. But it is time for us to get back to our students and back into our classrooms. "I think a 20 percent raise, almost $10,000, is a big raise that I think many will be happy about", he said.
  • Trump's former doctor claims Trump wrote 2015 health letter

    Trump's former doctor claims Trump wrote 2015 health letter

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    In an interview with CNN , Bornstein said that he didn't write any of Trump's health documents and that Trump wrote the glowing letters himself. Schiller was the director of Oval Office operations at the White House at the time. Bornstein told NBC that the incident took place two days after he'd divulged that he had prescribed Trump Propecia, a drug to combat hair loss in men.
  • Mob harasses, attacks couple for hugging in Kolkata metro

    Mob harasses, attacks couple for hugging in Kolkata metro

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    When the man made a casual reply, commuters threatened the couple, saying they would resolve the matter at the train's last stop, Dum Dum, Anand Bazaar Patrika reported. The officials say they are inspecting additional footage to establish what happened, the attackers and why no railway police intervened. The incident was widely condemned by people from across sections.
  • Bornstein says Trump dictated health letter

    Bornstein says Trump dictated health letter

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    In 2016, when questioned about the letter , Dr Bornstein said the letter was written in a rush due to waiting patients. "They must have been here for 25 minutes or 30 minutes". "And it certainly was not a breach of medical trust to tell somebody they take Propecia to grow their hair. I didn't write that letter", Bornstein told CNN on Tuesday.
  • Pentagon: More sex harassment, retribution cases in military

    Pentagon: More sex harassment, retribution cases in military

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    The Army recorded the highest number of reported assaults a year ago with 2,706 and saw an increase of 8.4% compared to 2016. 'Fear of ostracism and retaliation remains a barrier to reporting sexual assault or filing a sexual harassment complaint, ' the report said, adding that many women fear it will damage their reputations and haunt them for the length of their careers.
  • Trump says Kim summit details to be unveiled within days

    Trump says Kim summit details to be unveiled within days

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    As a result, US officials are still arguing for Singapore as a possible location for the talks, telling Trump it presents a more neutral option, the source told CNN . Will there be a conditional or unconditional peace treaty, or will it simply be an in-principle declaration? China, an ally of Korea, also came forward to cooperate with the worldwide community and tightened the screws on North Korea through strict enforcement of economic sanctions.
  • Teacher charged with sexual battery

    Teacher charged with sexual battery

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    Cops in Hattiesburg , Mississippi issued the alert on Monday seeking teacher Nicole Jackson , 30, who is now free on $10,000 bail on charges of sexual battery in a position of trust, and Oscar O'Neal, 16. Hattiesburg police had been investigating Jackson since mid-March after they received a tip alleging the teacher having an inappropriate relationship with a student, according to WDAM .
  • Vet accused of smuggling heroin in puppies' bellies

    Vet accused of smuggling heroin in puppies' bellies

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    United States officials said he was part of a barbaric scheme based in Colombia between September 2004 and January 2005 that turned an unknown number of puppies and dogs into drug couriers for cartels . In addition to the canine couriers, he also allegedly used human couriers to import heroin into the U.S. The Colombian police raided Elorez's vet clinic in 2005 and " found 6.6 pounds of heroin surgically implanted in six puppies ".
  • Paris police arrest 200 after violent May Day riots

    Paris police arrest 200 after violent May Day riots

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    This video shared by eyewitness Conny Myhrberg shows protesters fleeing from police along Rue Lacépède in Paris . A McDonald's restaurant near the Austerlitz train station was ransacked and then torched, vehicles and a auto dealership were set ablaze and graffiti was scrawled on walls.