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Italy nightclub stamped leaves six dead "after pepper spray use" | News

Six people died, most of their teens, stamped at a nightclub near Ancona in central Italy after panic broke out the early hours on Saturday morning, firemen said. About 1,000 people were in the Blue Lantern club in Corinaldo, on the Adriatic coast, for a performance of the Italian rapper Sfera Ebbasta, according to ocal reports . The stamp day …

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For Moscow, the brand Trump is now toxic

Never mind that US legislators and other world leaders have thrown the Saudi Arabian prince over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Putin's embrace of the MBS telegraphed a message of undisturbed support to Saudi Arabia, although the Trump administration is trying to contain the political downturn from the murder. Putin is really one who knows an opening. His personal …

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Aleppo attack: The United States and Britain point to Russia, Assad forces

"On November 24, 2018, the Assault regime and Russia accused the false opposition and extremists of conducting a chlorine attack in northwest Aleppo," said State Secretary of State, Robert Palladino, in a statement. "The United States strongly opposes this story and has credible information that pro-regime forces probably used tear gas against civilians in Aleppo on November 24." A spokesman …

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Italy nightclub stamped kills six and injures 100

Image copyright Vigili del Fuoco Image texts Emergency service goes on the wounded at the place in Corinaldo Six people have been killed and more than 100 injured, of whom 10 were seriously stunned in a night club in Italy, officials say. The event took place near the eastern coastal town of Ancona. Some reports say there was panic after …

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The CIA loses the first woman to lead the majority of the agency

The CIA on Friday is called Elizabeth Kimber to drive that part of the agency recruiting spies abroad, collecting intelligence and engaging in secret actions. Kimber will be the first woman to lead the agency's secret service, known as Operations Directorate, The Wall Street Journal reports. "With nearly 34 years of experience and proven ability to deliver with an impact …

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The CIA buttons the first woman to lead her secret arm

Kimber, a 34-year-old veteran of the Agency, is currently Deputy Chief of Europe and Eurasia Mission Center and took a further role in the transition of CIA leader Gina Haspel, who served as Deputy CEO of the CIA. In its new role, Kimber will lead the CIA's efforts to "strengthen national security and foreign policy goals through the homeless collection …

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US Marines ID death crew in Japan waggons crash

TOKYO (AP) – US navalists have identified a combat pilot who died after his jet was collided with a refueling aircraft during training from Japan's coast, which led to the lack of five other navy men and a rescue. Two pilots fly a F / A-18 Hornet that collided with a KC-130 Hercules at 2 o'clock on Thursday. The other …

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Huawei executive skirted sanctions against Iran, declared court

Media waits outside of the highest court in British Columbia to cover the trial of Sabawe Meng Wanzhou, Huawei Technologies chief financial officer. Don Mackinnon / AFP / Getty Images South China Morning Post She faces multiple charges, each with a maximum of 30 years in prison, and so is a fugitive, said a Canadian lawyer. By IAN YOUNG | …

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