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Russia's anti-doping agency, RUSADA, was suspended in November 2015 when a WADA report found top athletes could take banned drugs with near-impunity since RUSADA and the national laboratory would cover for them. Later investigations found evidence that dirty samples were switched for clean ones when Russia hosted the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. [Read More]
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Ministers are drawing up plans to target the Iranian regime with sanctions after its forces seized a British-flagged tanker in the Gulf. [Read More]
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Hong Kong is bracing for another huge anti-government march on Sunday afternoon with seemingly no end in sight to the turmoil... [Read More]
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Thousands of people rallied in central London displaying their discontent with Brexit and the Conservative Party leadership hopeful Boris Johnson. [Read More]
The Lummi Nation in northwest Washington state is requesting a meeting with Canadian officials regarding the environmental impacts of industrial projects on the Salish Sea off the coasts of Washington and British Columbia. [Read More]
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Tensions in the Middle East and in the Persian Gulf region have escalated following the confiscation of a UK-flagged oil tanker by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in the Strait of Hormuz. [Read More]
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Authorities said it wasn't clear if the couple was targeted, but the deaths were "deemed suspicious" early on in the investigation. [Read More]
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Read more about The next Neil Armstrong may be Chinese as race to moon intensifies on Business Standard. China, which didn't have a space exploration programme when Apollo 11 landed in the Sea of Tranquility on July 20, 1969, is planning a series of missions to match that achievement... [Read More]
The Kiwi choreographer has helped create the British singer's most daring video yet. [Read More]
Read more about Fault in a Dosa King's stars: How Saravana Bhavan founder died in disrepute on Business Standard. He built a flourishing business from nothing, but he left the world with his reputation seriously diminished... [Read More]
Voting and ballot-counting for the 25th House of Councillors election will be held Sunday in Japan. Whether the ruling coalition of the Liberal Democratic Party and Komeito can jointly secure 63 seats, which account for a majority of the contested seats, is a focus of attention of the upper house poll. A total of 370 candidates are running for the 124 seats contested in this upper house election: 215 candidates are running in prefectural constituencies for a total of 74 seats, and 155 candidates are running in the proportional representation segment in which 50 seats are contested.... [Read More]
AimBank announces acquisition of FNB New MexicoAccording to a news release, AimBank has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire FNB New Mexico.Once the acquisition is finalized, AimBank is expected to have more than $1.7 billion in total assets. FNB New Mexico currently has several locations in New Mexico including Angel Fire, Clayton, Logan, Raton, Santa Rosa, and Tucumcari and one location in Dalhart, Texas, with approximately $254 million in total assets.AimBank... [Read More]
After his wife of 63 years died, Les Featherstone took solace in the one place he knew best: the airport. [Read More]
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Apollo 11's 50th anniversary celebration includes arecreated original mission control center and my memories of astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first human on the moon. [Read More]
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The five-week-old Staffordshire cross dogs might not survive without their mother, police say. [Read More]
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Alick McWhirter, a senior bomb disposal officer, called it troubling that such a dangerous substance was being made in a homemade laboratory. [Read More]
Western strategists still underestimate the threat posed by China's emergence as a worldwide power, according to a top Pentagon official. [Read More]
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Fleetwood, in search of his first major, would also break a 27-year drought for England in the Open. [Read More]
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Exploring the Early Americas features selections from the more than 3,000 rare maps, documents, paintings, prints, and artifacts that make up the Jay I. Kislak Collection at the Library of Congress. [Read More]
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The U.S. State Department must be commended for the work it has carried out to gather people from different religious groups and backgrounds but with one common aim: protecting the right to freedom of religion or belief for all and so protecting human dignity for everyone everywhere. [Read More]
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