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Investigators accused Ulyukayev of "threatening, using his ministerial powers, to create obstacles to the company's activities in the future". Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said it was "beyond my comprehension". The state-run company was bought out by Rosneft, which the Russian government has a majority ownership over. Meanwhile, the guilt of Minister Ulyukayev is backed up by witnesses, investigator said.
  • The risks of Donald Trump

    The risks of Donald Trump

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    Trump emerged from his eponymous NY tower briefly Tuesday night for a private dinner with his family. Two women stop to take a selfie from the sidewalk across the street from Trump Tower where President-elect Donald Trump continued meetings with members of his transition team, Wednesday, Nov.
  • Pro-Moscow figure Igor Dodo claims Moldova presidency

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    Moldova held the presidential runoff on Sunday, as none of the nine candidates competing in the presidential race received an absolute majority of the votes in the first round of direct presidential elections on October 30. In the first round of elections, which were held on October 30, Sandu earned nearly 34% of the votes whereas Dodon took 48% of the votes. To resolve a problem of the unrecognised pro-Russian separative region, Dodon offers to wait for the local election results, starting ...
  • Boris Johnson rejects 'collective whinge-o-rama' after Donald Trump election

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    Boris Johnson has struck up a friendship with Donald Trump's running mate - after calling for an end to the "collective whingerama" around the election of the billionaire. "He wants to do a free trade deal with the United Kingdom", he said. "I believe we'll have two years of wasted time while Mr. Trump tours a world he doesn't know", he said, referring to Trump's lack of foreign policy experience.
  • Judge To Consider Delay In Trump University Trial

    Judge To Consider Delay In Trump University Trial

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    FILE- In this May 23, 2005 file photo, then real estate mogul and Reality TV star Donald Trump, left, listens as Michael Sexton introduces him at a news conference in NY where he announced the establishment of Trump University. The lawsuit filed in 2010 on behalf of former customers alleges that Trump University, which was not accredited as a school, gave seminars and classes across the country that were like infomercials, pressuring people to spend up to $35,000 for mentorships and, in the ...
  • 'Azaan' in Israeli parliament to protest against 'anti-Azaan' bill

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    Netanyahu's government is seen as the most right-wing in Israeli history, and key members of his coalition advocate annexing most of the West Bank while openly opposing the idea of a Palestinian state. Settlers see the Trump presidency as an unprecedented opportunity to cement Israeli sovereignty in the West Bank. Earlier in his campaign, Trump told the UK's Daily Mail that in regards to the settlement enterprise, Israel must "keep going".
  • Hillary Blames FBI for Shocking Defeat

    Hillary Blames FBI for Shocking Defeat

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    In a conference call with her top donors on Saturday, the Democrat said Comey's first letter on October 29 informing congressional leaders of new evidence "pertinent" to the investigation of her emails stopped her momentum. A spokesperson for the Federal Bureau of Investigation could not immediately be reached for comment. "There are lots of reasons why an election like this is not successful", she said, according to the Washington Post.
  • House Members Call For Bannon's Ouster

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    House of Representatives, had signed a letter asking Donald Trump to rescind his appointment of Bannon. As the SPLC noted in a report earlier this year, "Under Bannon, Breitbart published a call to "hoist [the Confederate flag] high and fly it with pride" only two weeks after the Charleston massacre when the country was still reeling from the horrors of the murders".
  • Obama backs Chris Koster for Missouri governor in new ad

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    But Mary Beck, a 61-year-old assistant nursing professor from Columbia, said she voted for Blunt because of his experience. "In and around St Louis today, everyone was talking about what we need to do to create more jobs and less government", Blunt said about the trip.