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Obama orders review of 2016 election cyber attacks

Obama's decision comes as members of Congress have upped the volume on demands that the Russian hacking of Democratic targets be probed. "We stand behind our election results, which accurately reflect the will of the American people", a White House statement said on November 25.



Le Pen: No school for illegal migrants

The party regularly criticises foreigners' use of France's chronically over-budget social security system. Le Pen's comments were coupled with further proposals that migrants with legal status should go through a "waiting period" before benefitting from the country's social services, including free schooling for children.


India arrests former air force chief in chopper scam

India arrests former air force chief in chopper scam

The questioning revealed that "undue favour" was shown and that AgustaWestland Ltd accepted illegal vendors through middlemen and relatives, including, Sanjeev Tyagi, alias Julie Tyagi, who is SP Tyagi's brother. Twelve helicopters were to be bought by India. Mr Tyagi previously denied the charges. The 556-million-euro deal is also being investigated separately by Italian authorities, with the boss of AgustaWestland's parent company Finmeccanica being arrested in 2013.


California Teacher Accused of Coercing Student Into Sex

California Teacher Accused of Coercing Student Into Sex

Only one victim has been identified, but police have not ruled out the possibility that there are others, Garcia said. According to the arrest warrant viewed by the news station, a parent contacted police after finding inappropriate messages sent from Hunt to her son.



Duchess Kate steps out in Princess Diana's tiara

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip joined Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall , and Prince William and Kate Middleton at the event on Thursday. According to the Telegraph , she was spotted in the stunning dress past year at the State Banquet for President Xi of China at Buckingham Palace. Thursday evening's (Dec.


Brazilian soccer team's plane crashes, 76 killed

Brazilian soccer team's plane crashes, 76 killed

A video published on the team's Facebook page showed players preparing for the flight earlier on Monday in Sao Paulo's Guarulhos global airport. A spokesman for Brazilian soccer club Chapecoense has confirmed the death of goalkeeper Danilo who had initially been rescued alive from a plane crash in Colombia on Tuesday morning and was being treated at a hospital.