• Netanyahu confidants named as suspects in new corruption probe by Israel police

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    The two are suspected of promoting regulation worth hundreds of millions of dollars to Israel's Bezeq telecom company in return for favorable coverage of Netanyahu at the Walla news site. According to the police, Netanyahu and his family received goods, including jewelry, cigars, and Champaign, worth about one million shekels (282,800 US dollars) from Israeli businessman and Hollywood tycoon, Milchan and the Australian businessman, James Packer.
  • Norfolk police investigating threats made toward Lake Taylor Middle

    Norfolk police investigating threats made toward Lake Taylor Middle

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    The Camden Police Department also issued a statement saying that they are now investigating the Snapchat threat and will keep all parents informed as the investigation proceeds. "This event represents a teachable moment for all of us". In previous years, the rest of the money raised was donated to offset the cost of senior prom, but in emails to Mayer, District 86 officials said they will not accept any money from the game.
  • Imran Khan sets the gossip magazines ablaze with his third marriage

    Imran Khan sets the gossip magazines ablaze with his third marriage

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    Rumours about Khan's third marriage started circulating in January. The former cricketer was previously married to socialite Jemima Goldsmith and then TV presenter Reham Khan. Imran Khan with his wife Bushra Maneka and others relatives. Khan said, "I would like to reiterate that every time I met her, with family and alone, she has been in purdah (veil)".
  • Expect Maldives will not extend emergency beyond today: MEA

    Expect Maldives will not extend emergency beyond today: MEA

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    But given the country's strategic location and China's growing influence, President Abdulla Yameen's moves to dominate the judiciary and stifle the opposition deserve wider attention. The Supreme Court decision late Sunday reverses its original order to reinstate the MPs, who had defected from the ruling party. Without the 12 MPs, the government retains a majority in Parliament .
  • APNewsBreak: Consumers Energy to stop burning coal by 2040

    APNewsBreak: Consumers Energy to stop burning coal by 2040

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    The company also said that more than 40 percent of the energy produced will come from renewable sources and energy storage by 2040. The company will still use natural gas and hydropower. Wheeler says right now 10 percent of the power Consumers generates comes from renewable energy. Its long-term strategy will reduce the company's carbon emissions by 80 percent, Poppe told the AP.
  • Iran Has No Military Bases in Syria - FM Zarif

    Iran Has No Military Bases in Syria - FM Zarif

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    The "Valdai Discussion Club" website aims to promote dialogue of Russian and global intellectual elites and to deliver independent objective scholarly analysis of political, economic, and social developments in Russia and the world, according to its website.
  • Kremlin Says No Evidence Russian State Meddled In US Election

    Kremlin Says No Evidence Russian State Meddled In US Election

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    He said the indictments "only concern Russian citizens", while Moscow had "heard accusations from Washington about the involvement of the Russian state, the Kremlin and the government". intelligence community assessment, which found Russian Federation had meddled in the election, and that its goals eventually included aiding Mr Trump, the Republican candidate who went on to a surprise victory over Democratic Party candidate Ms Clinton in November 2016.
  • Nirav Modi case: CBI arrests PNB's ex-Deputy Manager, two others

    Nirav Modi case: CBI arrests PNB's ex-Deputy Manager, two others

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    Officials of Hong Kong branches of Indian lenders including State Bank of India (SBI), Allahabad Bank, UCO Bank , Union Bank, and Axis Bank are part of the entire fraud which continued for 7 years. Among other significant banks, SBI has also disclosed its exposure to the fraud. Along with the party president the Congress' Steering Committee also said the "biggest bank scam" has exposed the complete failure of "regulatory mechanism" and "fraud detection ability" of the banking sector.