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Putin ordered influence campaign to ‘advantage’ Trump: Clapper

Former Director of US National Intelligence James Clapper has defended the assessment by the intelligence community that Russian President Vladimir Putin directly interfered in last year’s presidential election to help Donald Trump. “While it’s been over four months since the issuance of the assessment, as [FBI and NSA] Directors [James] ...

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‘Baahubali 2’ becomes India’s highest-grossing movie

MUMBAI  – An epic battle movie from one of India’s lesser-known film industries has trumped Bollywood by becoming the country’s highest-grossing film to date, an industry analyst said on Monday. “Baahubali 2: The Conclusion”, the final instalment of a two-part fantasy adventure, has made more than 10 billion rupees ($156 ...

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Daesh beheads ‘Russian officer’ in front of camera: SITE

The Takfiri Daesh terror group has released video footage purportedly showing the beheading of a Russian intelligence officer captured in Syria, a report says. The SITE Intelligence Group, a US-based organization that tracks terrorists’ online activities, reported the emergence of the 12-minute Russian-language video on Tuesday. Russian officials are yet ...

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Focus on people should be policy not slogan: Iran’s Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has called on presidential candidates in the country to always pursue a “people-oriented” policy instead of raising popular slogans just in the run-up to the polls. In an address to a congress of the Iranian Surgeons Association in Tehran on Tuesday, Zarif said, “Being ...

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Big banks considering moving 9,000 jobs out of UK

A number of major banks operating in London are planning to move some 9,000 jobs out of the UK as the country prepares to leave the European Union, a new report has revealed. A tally of job warnings since July last year, when 52 percent of Britons voted to leave ...

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‘US fueling two Koreas’ ideological battle’

South Korea is gearing up for a fresh start by electing a new president following a year of political upheaval and scandals. According to the latest public opinion polls, Moon Jae-in of the Democratic Party holds a comfortable lead which reflects public frustration with a decade of conservative rule. In ...

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