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Ratzlaff gave the phenomenon a fun, new name, Steve , and it stuck. Steve is similar to an aurora in the sense that it goes through the same process but on a different magnetic field that appears at low altitudes. He later teamed up with Elizabeth MacDonald, leader of the Aurorasaurus project and researcher at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, to identify the nature of this phenomenon.
  • Russian dissident 'prepared a getaway plan amid Putin hit fears'.

    Russian dissident 'prepared a getaway plan amid Putin hit fears'.

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    Lord Bell, former PR ad advertising executive, who was also close to Mr Glushkov expressed his concern over his friend's history which he said may have made Russian Federation believe he worked against the state. Glushkov had worked with the late Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky, as a director of Berezovsky's LogoVAZ auto company in the 1990s. In 2017, during a trial in absentia in Russia, Glushkov was sentenced to eight years in prison for allegedly stealing 123 million United States ...
  • Rossi confirms at least two more years in MotoGP with Yamaha

    Rossi confirms at least two more years in MotoGP with Yamaha

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    In Moto2, Qatar provides quite an accurate form guide for the season as a whole with five of the last seven winners going on to clinch the title. But the appearance of a new Valentino Rossi helmet paint job at the first MotoGP race of the year has been mathematically proven to be more than twice as accurate.
  • Kremlin says response to Britain could come 'any minute'

    Kremlin says response to Britain could come 'any minute'

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    Russian authorities will expel British diplomats in response to London's move to kick out 23 Russian officials over the poisoning of ex-double agent Sergei Skripal, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday. Retaliation would be "well thought out" and could come at any time, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists when asked if Moscow would respond to the measures before a presidential election on Sunday.
  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats, shuts Council, Consulate

    Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats, shuts Council, Consulate

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    Russian Federation on Saturday ordered 23 British diplomats to leave the country within a week, escalating a diplomatic row after a former spy and his daughter were poisoned on British soil. Russian Federation also said it was halting the activities of the British Council, Britain's global organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities, across the country.
  • Orlando nightclub shooter's widow due to go on trial

    Orlando nightclub shooter's widow due to go on trial

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    Salman has pleaded not guilty. She was "always alone, always isolated" with her son, one family member, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, told me. The first statements in the trial and the first witnesses are scheduled for Wednesday morning. Prosecutors argue that Salman could have tipped off authorities to prevent the mass shooting at the nightclub.
  • Barack Obama reveals his 2018 NCAA Tournament brackets

    Barack Obama reveals his 2018 NCAA Tournament brackets

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    The former president warned, "Just because I have more time to watch games doesn't mean my picks will be any better, but here are my brackets this year". However, his Sweet 16 features exclusively 1-5 seeds. In the Final Four, Obama has Virginia beating North Carolina and Michigan State upsetting Villanova .
  • 'Highly likely' Putin ordered nerve-agent attack on Russian spy

    'Highly likely' Putin ordered nerve-agent attack on Russian spy

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    In a separate action, the Trump administration issued sanctions on a number of Russian entities for a wide range of behavior, including attempts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election. "In America and Europe, they are trying to make us bend over and kneel, but we're still standing", Sergei Babayev, a 55-year-old transport manager, told AFP in central Moscow .
  • Turkish troops siege Kurdish-held town in Syria

    Turkish troops siege Kurdish-held town in Syria

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    On Monday, the SOHR said that hundreds of residents had fled the area and many had arrived in Syrian-government-controlled territory ahead of the Turkish advance, according to Al Jazeera . Russian news agencies said at least 100 civilians have been evacuated from eastern Ghouta, including 20 women and children. The aim of the operation is to "free" the area from the YPG , a Kurdish militia the Turkish government considers the Syrian branch of the outlawed rebel group the Kurdistan ...
  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in spy-poisoning response

    Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in spy-poisoning response

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    Russia's Foreign Ministry summoned the British ambassador to Moscow on Saturday morning and told him that the diplomats had one week to leave Russian Federation. President Donald Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel shared the U.K.'s assessment that it was highly likely that Russian Federation was responsible for the attack-the first use of a nerve agent in a North Atlantic Treaty Organization country.