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Russian Federation to build new nuclear-powered icebreaker - Putin

Russian Federation to build new nuclear-powered icebreaker - Putin

National Security Agency. It is unclear what Putin considers constructive and whether that involves coordinating with the United States. Putin attended the One Belt - One Way economic forum in Beijing on Sunday, and joined Xi's residence for a bilateral meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Sputnik said.



State Department: Syria Using Crematorium to Hide Atrocities

The State Department released 13 satellite images yesterday showing what was said to be the construction of a crematorium at Sednaya, a military prison outside Damascus, and called on Russian Federation to back away from supporting the government of President Assad.



China's initiative promises new route to open trade

Xi made the remarks when meeting with reporters at the end of the two-day Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing . He added that the next step is to seek deeper and broader cooperation under the Belt and Road Initiative framework, and that China hopes the initiative will boost economic growth for participating countries and intensify people-to-people bonds.



Miss District of Columbia Kára McCullough Crowned Miss USA

The runner-up of the night was Miss New Jersey Chhavi Verg , a marketing and Spanish student at Rutgers University, while the second runner-up was Miss Minnesota Meridith Gould , who is studying apparel retail merchandising at the University of Minnesota.


Chargesheet filed in Najeeb Ahmed ransom case

Chargesheet filed in Najeeb Ahmed ransom case

The bench of Justices G S Sistani and Rekha Palli said a DIG will investigate into the matter, though several such cases in the past to CBI too elicited little progress. The ABVP, however, has denied any involvement in his disappearance. Next hearing in the matter is on July 17. Now she is seeking the dismantling of the SIT and the setting up of an independent SIT of police officers from outside Delhi.



Venezuelans again shut down capital to protest government

Thousands of protesters hauled folding chairs, beach umbrellas and coolers onto main roads across Venezuela on Monday for another national demonstration against the socialist government. Venezuela announced in late April that it would be leaving the OAS, which seeks to defend democracy throughout the hemisphere, and its representative was not present at Monday's meeting.