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United States lobbyist Tony Podesta leaves firm amid Manafort probe

United States lobbyist Tony Podesta leaves firm amid Manafort probe

NBC News reported last week that Podesta, who served as an aide to the late Senator Ted Kennedy before opening a lobbying firm in 1988, was being investigated for possibly violating U.S. Pfizer Inc . and other representatives of some of the most active industries in Washington - told a company wide meeting Monday that he was stepping down from the Podesta Group Inc., according to an earlier report by Politico . Consulte Mais Informação

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You can play through Far Cry 5's entire campaign in co-op mode

The co-op mode has been in Far Cry games for a long time, but you couldn't play all the campaign in co-op mode. You will also be able to share all of the game's missions with another player, working together to complete the objective. Far Cry 5 will be available February 27th, 2018 on PlayStation 4 Pro, PlayStation4, the Xbox One, Xbox One X, Xbox One S, and Windows PC. All of that, despite the fun havoc to be had, made Far Cry 4's co-op fairly unfulfilling and annoying to deal with. Consulte Mais Informação

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Assault on Indian Students in Italy: Consulate Issues Advisory

Assault on Indian Students in Italy: Consulate Issues Advisory

While it is not clear if the assaults were racial, the students have been asked to stay in touch with each other and the consulate, and to stay away from the areas where violence has been reported. "All Indian students are urged not to panic". The consulate has requested to report matters to the Consulate on Consul General's cell immediately. In two separate incidents, three students claimed that they were asked to go back to their country and were abused because of their color by the ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Michael Fallon Apologises For Touching Journalist's Knee

Michael Fallon Apologises For Touching Journalist's Knee

Before the Defence Secretary was named last weekend, Ms Hartley-Brewer tweeted: "I have spoken previously about a Cabinet Minister who repeatedly put his hand on my knee during a party conference dinner". "It has also been claimed that the same minister made remarks to me about my breasts". The defence secretary was the first cabinet minister to be identified in the scandal which has engulfed British politics, with allegations levelled at nearly 40 Conservative MPs and ministers. Consulte Mais Informação

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To take water from Brahmaputra to Xinjiang, China plans 1000 km tunnel

A report in the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post had on Monday claimed that Chinese engineers were testing techniques that could be used to build a 1000 km-long tunnel from Tibet to Xinjiang. This turbulence is expected to filter out sediment and direct water to a well, which could control the amount of water flowing into the tunnel. China had already started building another tunnel in the centre of Yunnan province in August as part of a pilot project to test the technical ... Consulte Mais Informação

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U.S. urges Kurdish parties to work for united Iraq

U.S. urges Kurdish parties to work for united Iraq

The medical charity, also known as MSF, said it is "extremely concerned" because the fighting threatens its only cross-border supply routes between the two countries. The statement appeared to reflect a US belief that the departure of Barzani, whose September 25 independence referendum is widely seen has having backfired, may make it easier for the two main Kurdish factions to work together and to negotiate with the federal government led by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. Consulte Mais Informação

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Gordon Brown: Put rogue bankers in jail or risk another crisis

Brown also stunned the square mile this morning but disclosing an attempt by Barclays to buy Royal Bank of Scotland . "If bankers' conduct was dishonest by the ordinary standards of what is reasonable and honest, should there not have been prosecutions in the United Kingdom as we have seen in Ireland, Iceland, Spain and Portugal?" "If bankers' conduct was dishonest by the ordinary standards of what is reasonable and honest, should there not have been prosecutions in the United Kingdom ... Consulte Mais Informação

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