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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]
Companies began triggering plans to keep operating if Britain leaves the European Union without an agreement, a "no deal" scenario the Bank of England said could plunge the economy into a crisis not seen since the 1970s. [Read More]
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Performances, scheduled as part of an international tour, will take place beginning August 12, 2019 at the Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center... [Read More]
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Kochavi will replace current Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkot in 2019. [Read More]
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Two of the Kremlin's most prominent critics joined forces on Tuesday to try to stop a Russian becoming the next president of international police organization Interpol, saying they feared Moscow would abuse the post to hunt down its detractors. [Read More]
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The Edmonton Oilers have fired coach Todd McLellan and replaced him with Ken Hitchcock with the team languishing in sixth place in the Pacific Division. McLellan was in his fourth season behind the Oilers' bench. The team missed the playoffs in two of his previous three seasons despite having superstar Connor... [Read More]
Twenty people are in critical condition; 83 are wounded after attack in Kabul... [Read More]
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Starbucks has a fair share of operational quirks, from having an outside company clean its stores like a "fire drill" to its reputation for misspelling names on orders. Author Emily Bloch spoke to several former Starbucks employees to get these behind-the-scenes details on the company. After two and a half years working as a barista for Starbucks, Jonathan Diener tossed his green apron aside and walked out of the Grand Blanc, Michigan, location that gave the touring musician some semblance of stability. The drummer worked his last shift on September 6, 2018. Until... [Read More]
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The Latest on migrants and asylum-seekers in Europe (all times local):... [Read More]
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Park officials found bags, plastic bottles, sandals and 115 plastic cups in the whale's stomach, weighing 13.2 lbs. [Read More]
Polish President Andrzej Duda suggested building a US military base in Poland at its own expense - some 1.5-2 billion dollars. Although the US is yet to confirm its readiness to deploy troops there, Duda has already come up with a name for it - "Fort Trump." [Read More]
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Korea is the leading nation for AI adoption, followed by Singapore, Thailand, China, and Taiwan, according to an ITIF report. [Read More]
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US President Donald Trump has stated that he has been briefed on the recording but he didn't have to listen to the actual tape of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder. The Washington Post reported, citing CIA findings, that the Saudi Crown Prince had ordered journalist's assassination in Istanbul last month. [Read More]
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Taulia has announced that it is expanding its global presence with the appointment of Jamie Whiteway as its Head of APAC, starting on 1st January 2019. Whiteway will be responsible for leading a new team based in Sydney, Australia, as Taulia establishes its first physical office in the region. Jamie Whiteway The network of this market-leading supply chain and working capital solutions... [Read More]
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Macedonia's fugitive former prime minister said Tuesday he has been granted political asylum in Hungary, a week after he fled his country to avoid serving a two-year jail sentence for a corruption conviction. [Read More]
Cronos Group, a vertically integrated marijuana company, has been doubling down on the cannabis oils space over the last few quarters as it looks to bolster margins and drive greater product differentiation. [Read More]
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A dead whale that washed ashore in eastern Indonesia had a large lump of plastic waste in its stomach, including drinking cups and flip-flops, a park official said Tuesday. [Read More]
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'The real deal, raw Zionist pioneering': We read Airbnb reviews for settlement homes so you don't have to, especially as they are about to be unlisted... [Read More]
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Israeli TV investigation looks for answers but ends up with questions about a 20-year-old scandal, in which Lieberman allegedly convinced Russian officials to fix the ruble's exchange rate to save an Austrian bank... [Read More]
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After a right-wing protest, Prime Minister Netanyahu said Israel would not sign onto the pact, which is not legally binding and which Australia, Hungary and Austria also declined to join... [Read More]
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