Day: December 9, 2019


FBI director pushes back on debunked conspiracy theory about 2016 election interference

“We have no information that indicates that Ukraine interfered,” Wray said. December 9, 2019, 11:03 PM 6 min read FBI Director Christopher Wray on Monday undercut a theory pushed by President Donald Trump and some of his Republican allies that the government of Ukraine meddled in the 2016 election. “We have no information that indicates […]

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Best Wrist Support 2019 | The Sun UK

WRIST supports are unsurprisingly a common purchase with customers of all ages, from children to adults. Whether you have suffered an injury or have strained the area, making sure you find a suitable support to get you back to full health is essential. 6 Wrist supports are a must have for those with any sprains, […]

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Trump is running out of time to make his deals

As Trump enters the final year of his term, his long-promised pacts are nowhere in sight. Kim Jong Un is too smart and has far too much to lose, everything actually, if he acts in a hostile way. He signed a strong Denuclearization Agreement with me in Singapore. He does not want to void his […]

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Harris says Murphy should pay back some of the expenses he claimed when in Dáil

Former Fine Gael TD Dara Murphy should pay back some of the expenses he claimed during his time in the Dáil, Minister for Health Simon Harris has said. Mr Harris said the former Cork North Central Deputy, who resigned his Dáil seat last week, should return some of the expenses, but did not say exactly […]

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Brexit news: £5bn Galileo replacement agreed as Johnson plans 2030 ‘full system’ launch | UK | News

Galileo is Europe’s Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), built to rival the US’s GPS system that will be used for military defence and critical national infrastructure purposes. Among the most crucial parts of the system is the Public Regulated Service (PRS), an encrypted navigation service used by government agencies, the armed forces and emergency services. The EU insists access […]

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Lebanon protesters scuffle with lawmaker’s bodyguards

BEIRUT (AP) — Lebanese soldiers had to separate protesters and the bodyguards of a member of parliament after scuffles broke out under heavy rain Monday evening between the two sides in the northern city of Tripoli, leaving at least one person injured. Tripoli has witnessed some of the largest protests since nationwide demonstrations broke out […]

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At Least 5 People Killed After New Zealand Volcano Erupts

world Reconnaissance flights over White Island, or Whakaari, have not revealed any signs of life, police said. Five people are confirmed dead and at least 10 are unaccounted for. Matthew Champion BuzzFeed News Reporter Last updated on December 9, 2019, at 9:42 a.m. ET Posted on December 9, 2019, at 5:15 a.m. ET Michael Schade […]

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Climate scientists try to cut their own carbon footprints

In this Nov. 27, 2019, photo, Georgia Tech professor Kim Cobb poses for a photo at her home in Atlanta. Some climate scientists and activists, including Cobb, are limiting their flying, their consumption of meat and their overall carbon footprints to avoid adding to the global warming they study. (AP Photo/John Amis) For years, Kim […]

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Comedy writer David Javerbaum on religion, satire and controversial humour – Channel 4 News

God Almighty has been brought to life on the stage. In a new play by the multi-award winning American comedy writer David Javerbaum God wears silk pyjamas and has some ‘wrath management issues’. The writer who worked on the hugely popular comedy The Daily Show has adapted the play for a British audience incorporating topical […]

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Internet Democracy in ‘New’ India

This era in India earmarks the journey of globalisation that began formally in the wake of the LPG (Liberalisation Privatisation and Globalisation) Policy in 1991. This is controlled almost entirely by means of information technology. It was initiated first by Rajiv Gandhi as the Prime Minister. That initiative was, however, vehemently criticised by the Leftists. […]

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