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Russian elections boss says presidential poll results could be cancelled and vote re-run

If the winner of the forthcoming Russian presidential election is found to have active accounts in foreign banks, the poll results would be canceled and a re-run declared, the head of the Central Elections Commission has said. “Let us imagine, as a hypothesis, that suddenly and unexpectedly it is disclosed that the winner of the presidential election has some still-open ...

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Iran could soon join Russia-led free trade zone

The Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) could welcome Iran as a new member in May, according to Russia’s Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak. “The move to enter into a temporary agreement making for a free trade zone to be set up between Iran and the Eurasian Economic Union, which is currently at an advanced stage, will obviously trigger further development of ...

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‘Unscripted remarks & bombastic rhetoric’ could derail planned Trump-Kim meeting

The bombshell news of a planned face-to-face meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un has met mixed reactions. They range from cautions optimism to fears that “unscripted” remarks by the US President might derail the progress. The announcement that Donald Trump has accepted Kim Jong-un’s invitation to a personal meeting to discuss North Korea’s denuclearization was welcomed to varying degrees ...

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Bitcoin falls after SEC warning that trading platforms could be ‘unlawful’

The price of bitcoin has fallen to a one-and-a-half-week low on Bitstamp, following a warning from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that some cryptocurrency trading platforms are “potentially unlawful.” In a statement posted on its website, the SEC said that if a platform offers to trade digital assets and operates as an “exchange”, it must also register with ...

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‘I could smell smoke’: High school evacuated as ISIS-supporting student brings bomb to class

A teenager has been charged with bringing a homemade bomb into a Utah high school. Students spotted a backpack emitting smoke, prompting an evacuation of some 1,100 kids on Monday. Following the discovery of the device at the Pine Valley High School in the city of St George, the school was evacuated for two hours while bomb squad officers swooped ...

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US man who hunted for a child ‘sex slave’ he could ‘cannibalize’ is released on bail

A Myrtle Beach man who voiced his perverse criminal intentions to an undercover cop has been released on $ 20,000 bond. He was among 40 suspects arrested in South Carolina’s largest crackdown on prostitution and sex trafficking. Justin Teeter Bensing, 36, was apprehended by Greenville county police during Operation Milestone, after he solicited sex from an undercover cop disguised as ...

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Flying taxis running on blockchain? Sounds impossible, but it could be the future

Published time: 6 Mar, 2018 14:59 RT’s Cryptolium and Miguel Francis-Santiago head to Silicon Valley for the latest on blockchain. The guest is Guy Kawasaki, the original evangelist of Macintosh computers and one of the first Apple employees. [embedded content] Let’s block ads! (Why?) RT Business News

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Apple’s over-the-ear headphones could feature noise-canceling

The plot thickens. Last week, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that Apple has been working on over-the-ear headphones in addition to new AirPods. Today, Bloomberg confirms this information and adds that these new headphones could also feature noise-canceling capabilities. KGI said that this new product should be available at some point in Q4 2018, just in time for the holiday ...

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Cold snap could cost British economy £1bn per day

The UK economy is losing nearly £1 billion ($ 1.4 billion) daily due to an unusually cold winter, which is threatening to put the brakes on the country’s GDP growth in the first three months of the year. This winter is likely to become the costliest weather event since 2010, according to analysts quoted by The Guardian. The country has ...

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Trump’s tariff bombshell could ignite full-blown trade war & Russia could be the winner

The decision by US President Donald Trump to slap steep import taxes on major trade partners has sparked outcry and vows of retaliation. RT talked to economist Alexandre Kateb to understand how damaging this policy could be. “It is very unusual to announce unilateral measures like these ones, which do not target a particular country like China, but all trade ...

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