‘Traces of explosives’ in samples from Polish president’s jet – media
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‘Traces of explosives’ in samples from Polish president’s jet – media

The findings by the Forensic Explosives Laboratory (FEL) appear to challenge official reports by Russian and Polish investigators that blamed pilot error for the crash, which killed 96…

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Ukraine’s state debt shrinks by 0.02%, to US$78.24 bln in Feb
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Ukrainian farmers sow spring grain, leguminous crops on 42% of planned area
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Ukrainian farmers sow spring grain, leguminous crops on 42% of planned area

Read alsoFourteen Ukrainian regions launch grain sowing campaign In particular, wheat was sown on an area of 63,000 ha, or 36% of the target; spring barley on 684,000…

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Poroshenko greets National Guard on their professional holiday
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NASA scraps all-women spacewalk for lack of well-fitting suits
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NASA scraps all-women spacewalk for lack of well-fitting suits

The United States space agency NASA scrapped on Monday a planned historic spacewalk by two women astronauts, citing a lack of available spacesuits that would fit them at…

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Uber buys Middle East rival Careem for $3.1bn
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Uber buys Middle East rival Careem for $3.1bn

Global ride-hailing service provider Uber has acquired its Middle East competitor Careem for $3.1bn, making it the largest-ever technology purchase in the region. Uber said in a statement…

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French Muslims sue Facebook, YouTube over Christchruch footage
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French Muslims sue Facebook, YouTube over Christchruch footage

One of the main groups representing Muslims in France is suing Facebook and YouTube, accusing the media companies of inciting violence by allowing the streaming of footage of…

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Iran flood: More than a dozen killed in flash flooding
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Iran flood: More than a dozen killed in flash flooding

Tehran, Iran – Flash flooding in southern and parts of western Iran has left at least 19 people dead and more than 100 injured as the government urged…

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Turkey court opens espionage trial of US consulate staffer
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Turkey court opens espionage trial of US consulate staffer

The trial of a Turkish employee of the US consulate in Istanbul has started after he was charged with espionage and attempting to overthrow the Turkish government in one of several…

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The ex-offenders working towards a safer Johannesburg
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The ex-offenders working towards a safer Johannesburg

Johannesburg, South Africa – Joe Slovo Drive is a gateway to Johannesburg’s inner city. It leads to an intersection into town or up to a freeway onto multiple…

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