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MYSTERY DEATH PLUNGE Family: US soldier's body tossed from Belarus hotel

A soldier with the Georgia Army National Guard was on vacation with family when he mysteriously died on the last night of their trip to Europe, and relatives say they’ve been kept in the dark about how it happened. Major ...

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OMINOUS WARNING Man arrested at Senate office over Scalise remarks

Law enforcement officials arrested a man Thursday who allegedly made threatening comments toward Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake’s staff that referenced the shooting of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise.  The Pima County Sheriff’s office confirmed that Mark Prichard, 59, was arrested ...

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Microsoft launches brand new Skype design, but fans are NOT happy

Skype fans have been venting their fury after Microsoft gave the instant messaging and video calling app a brand new look. The redesigned Skype app takes a leaf out of Snapchat’s book, with a brightly coloured, trendy new user interface. ...

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CITY OF LEAKS Loose lips endangering nation, new report says

The Trump administration is facing an “alarming” and “unprecedented” cascade of media leaks that pose a potential danger to national security, according to a Senate report released Thursday.  The Republican-authored report, which estimated the administration has dealt with roughly one ...

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MESSAGE TO MOSCOW Trump raps Russia ahead of Putin meeting – but not enough for Dems

President Trump called for Moscow to stop fueling global unrest on the eve of his highly anticipated meeting with Vladimir Putin, indicating his first sit-down with his Russian counterpart won’t be all smiles and handshakes.  The U.S. president, though, also ...

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South Africa: Former Gupta PR Firm Fires Executive, Says ‘Sorry, South Africa’

[Bell Pottinger] Three months ago, Bell Pottinger announced that it had decided to cease work for Oakbay Capital. We had worked for them for a year, following a competitive bid process. AllAfrica News: Latest

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SUNKEN TREASURE Colombia preps to raise $1B from shipwreck

Colombia is making progress in salvaging the San Jose, a centuries-old Spanish ship believed to be carrying $ 1 billion worth of gold, silver and gems, the country’s president said Wednesday. The ship, which sank in 1708, was found in ...

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‘Dozens’ of teens knew Hannah Leflar was in danger before she was killed, friends say

The gruesome mid-afternoon murder of 16-year old Hannah Leflar was shocking in the sickening sense, but not in the fact it happened, say her closest friends. CBC | Canada News

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