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Indian officer busted after trading secret info with ‘Pakistani spies’ for nude pics

An Indian Air Force captain arrested for espionage this week was lured into a “honey trap” by two women with whom he exchanged intimate photos, local media reports. The “women” turned out to be Pakistani agents. IAF Group Captain Arun Marwaha, 51, a parachute training instructor with more than three thousand jumps to his name, was due to retire next ...

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YouTube suspends ads on Logan Paul’s channels after “recent pattern” of behavior in videos

More problems and controversy for Logan Paul, the YouTube star who caused a strong public backlash when he posted a video of a suicide victim in Japan. Google’s video platform today announced that it would be pulling advertising temporarily from his video channel in response to a “recent pattern of behavior” from him. This is in addition to Paul’s suspensions ...

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Russia will push for WADA, IOC reforms after PyeongChang 2018 – Duma official

Russian State Duma official Mikhail Degtyarev says Russia and other countries will initiate changes in WADA after the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics, following the ban on most of the country’s athletes from the Games. On Friday, the Ad Hoc Division of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), sport’s top judicial authority, dismissed the appeals of 47 Russian athletes and ...

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Global markets tumble after another massive US stock sell-off

Asian and European markets are in turmoil after another significant drop in American stocks. The main US index, the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its second 1,000-point loss this week, triggering a worldwide sell-off. Read more China’s Shanghai Composite index closed over 4 percent down, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng dipped over 3 percent, and Japanese Nikkei closed over 2 percent ...

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EU may abolish Daylight Saving Time after MEPs vote to reassess bi-annual clock change

The European Parliament has overwhelmingly voted in favor of reviewing the bi-annual change of clocks across the bloc after a citizens’ petition and health concerns challenged the longtime practice. After hearing grassroots concerns about the clock change which currently takes place in the last weekend of March and October, European lawmakers on Thursday voted 384 to 153 on a non-binding ...

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‘Extraordinary devastation’: Mosul healthcare inadequate months after ‘liberation’ – UNICEF to RT

The healthcare system in Mosul is still far from adequate due to the “massive extent of devastation” inflicted, more than six months since the end of the battle for the city, UNICEF’s representative in Iraq told RT. The situation in Mosul remains tough, with its residents having extremely limited access to health facilities, despite all the efforts of the United ...

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US suicides 'spiked after Robin Williams' death'

Suicides in the US increased by 10 percent in the months following the death of actor Robin Williams in 2014, according to a new study, with the biggest impact among men aged between 30 and 44. Williams was found dead at his home on August 11, 2014, and the following day police confirmed his death was a suicide, believed to ...

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Erdogan: Turkey’s Syria op will move to Idlib after mission completed in Afrin

Published time: 8 Feb, 2018 10:46 Edited time: 8 Feb, 2018 10:55 Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has promised to take Ankara’s Syria operation to Idlib after completing the current mission in Afrin, where they are targeting Kurdish militants. “We want our Syrian brothers and sisters to return to their land, and now we want to do the same in ...

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Bitcoin leads huge cryptocurrency market rebound after record losses

Top global cryptocurrencies surged by between 19 and 50 percent on Wednesday following the massive sell-off that erased half a trillion dollars from the market. Read more Bitcoin bounced back 24 percent to $ 8,280 after falling below $ 6,000. It is still 60 percent off the $ 20,000 peak seen on December 17. Bitcoin’s jump has positively affected other ...

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Toy tiger triggers armed police standoff after Scottish farmer spots ‘predator’ on the loose

Scottish police were locked in a tense standoff with what they thought was a wild beast, spotted by a local farmer. The encounter lasted nearly an hour before the armed officers realized the tiger was in fact a stuffed animal. Six police vehicles, including a firearms unit, rushed to a farm near Peterhead in Aberdeenshire Saturday night, after 24-year-old Bruce ...

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