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2015/05/25 06:58
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The $27 billion books industry is revved and ready for the summer-reading onslaught, with an avalanche of page-turners in print, digital and audio. In what may be the publishing event of the year, 2...
2015/05/25 06:58
2015/05/25 06:58
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2015/05/25 06:58
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Visitors to Arlington National Cemetery often are stunned by the huge scale of the rolling green hills punctuated by hundreds of thousands of uniform marble gravestones. Each small marker has a name,...
2015/05/25 06:42
2015/05/25 06:42
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RIGA — EU leaders meeting in Latvia's capital Riga last week would have paid little heed to the rundown building across the street, seemingly unpainted since Brezhnev's day, or the fading slogan...
2015/05/25 04:33
2015/05/25 04:33
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Quartz Daily Brief—Europe and Africa edition—Poland’s next president, Nigeria shuts down, Greek debt, bacon emoji What to watch for today Much of the world takes a break. In the US, it’s Memorial...
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2015/05/25 02:16
2015/05/25 02:16
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Is that the Prime Minister serving up beats? No, but this DJ looks incredibly like John Key. Photo / Crazy Dance Parties What is it with John Key and social media? He has gone viral twice in the...
2015/05/25 01:16
2015/05/25 01:16
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A MEMORIAL service will be held in Canberra for the families of Australian victims of MH17, on the first anniversary of the tragic plane crash. The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet has...
2015/05/24 23:29
2015/05/24 23:29
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Hello, and welcome to our morning news coverage. We will be bringing you the day’s biggest headlines so you can get across the news quickly. 9.10: Victims want church held accountable Hearings...
2015/05/24 23:05
2015/05/24 23:05
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HERE are 12 things making news in business and finance around the world today. 1. SYDNEY — The Australian dollar is lower after the US dollar gained on the back of strong inflations figures. At 0630...
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2015/05/24 22:28
2015/05/24 22:28
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The foreign ministry warned in a statement on 22 May that the US law enforcement forces have been kidnapping Russians over false spying claims, as in the case of Vladimir Drinkman. Drinkman was...
2015/05/24 21:45
2015/05/24 21:45
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MOSCOW: The United States led criticism of Russia’s new law targeting “undesirable” NGOs which activists fear will stifle critical voices at international rights groups working in the country. Under...
2015/05/24 21:21
2015/05/24 21:21
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Nine animal brains found dumped along a street in northern New York village The brains were found along a street in the village of Gouverneur in northern New York state Believed to have been part of...
2015/05/24 20:17
2015/05/24 20:17
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RUSH HOUR: The stories you need to know today Hello, and welcome to our morning news coverage. We will be bringing you the day’s biggest headlines so you can get across the news quickly. Hamilton...
2015/05/24 19:42
2015/05/24 19:42
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Thousands of Russians have filled Red Square to join the patriarch of Russia's Orthodox Church in celebrating Slavic literature and the two ninth-century monks considered to be the creators of the...
2015/05/24 19:42
2015/05/24 19:42
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Russia's media, already feeling its way uncertainly through a darkened maze of vaguely worded laws, will be forced to up its self-censorship by new legislation that bans the activities of...
2015/05/24 19:42
2015/05/24 19:42
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Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov announced over the weekend that he had become the honorary leader of a new regional branch of the Night Wolves, a group of fiercely patriotic bikers. The Night Wolves,...
2015/05/24 19:15
2015/05/24 19:15
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BEIJING (AP) � At first, the numbers and company names flashing on a big board in Beijing's financial district suggest a booming market. A closer look indicates otherwise: The scrolling list rotates...
2015/05/24 18:42
2015/05/24 18:42
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Radio Svoboda removed from its website an interview citing a former St. Petersburg businessman as claiming that in the 1990s he bribed President Vladimir Putin, who at that time was serving as deputy...
2015/05/24 18:42
2015/05/24 18:42
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Russian auditors have uncovered 92 billion rubles ($1.8 billion) in financial violations committed by federal space agency Roscosmos last year, the head of Russia's Audit Chamber, Tatyana Golikova,...
2015/05/24 18:26
2015/05/24 18:26
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Defense chief: After Ramadi, Iraq's 'will to fight' at issueDefense chief: After Ramadi, Iraq's 'will to fight' at issue The Islamic State group's takeover of Ramadi is evidence that Iraqi forces do...
2015/05/24 17:42
2015/05/24 17:42
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Russia's new national payment card system, created by the Central Bank this year to curb Russia's reliance on Western systems Visa and MasterCard, on Saturday announced the name of its first bank...
2015/05/25 06:58
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