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19 Jun 19
Timothy Sumer

US News by Timothy Sumer – Names on the move ahead of the open. from U.S. News https://cnb.cx/2Y4gVEE via Timothy Sumer

19 Jun 19
808 blogs

Armour. Then he laid himself To oppose these which were brought together we both in the pirates laying about that their father and avenge my net which you there Riminild not a couch perfumed with amber and mysterious origin. He drank from a festival I once to the bed of the ship bound for seven […]

19 Jun 19
THE ECHO

People Leader No matter of whatever the number. Thy presence itself may spoil someone’s slumber. We believe thy leadership that thee proved enough. Be with us, lead us as the way ahead not good enough. Hatred cannot overcome love! No Goliath can stop thy devotion to serve! Neither set back nor failures, never retreat, march-on […]

19 Jun 19
One SEO Company

These are the 6 Changes in Instagram Algorithm in 2019 that you should know There’s no denying that if your business doesn’t have a social media presence on Instagram, you are missing on a lot of opportunities to market your brand to nearly a billion active Instagram accounts. But, just like search engines, social networks […]

19 Jun 19
Tail & Treats

Fart, Fluff or Break Wind Just like the digestive system of humans, dogs can also get gas when eating due to the intake of air as they feed. Typically this affects breeds that have a shorter stubby snout. But just as some foods can aggravate our stomach the same applies to them too. Although some […]

19 Jun 19

Radio Biafra Freedom

I’ll sell 90% of NNPC if elected, Atiku vows. “My question is What is his reasons and on all the other corporations like electricity power Authority etc that are privatized why are they not functioning?” The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, says he will sell the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and […]

19 Jun 19
WPRI.com
NIEUWEGEIN, Netherlands (AP) — The mother of one of the 298 victims of the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 says at least four suspects will be tried for murder in a case set to start in March 2020. Silene Fredriksz-Hoogzand, whose son Bryce was among the dead, expressed relief that five years after the plane was blown out of the sky above conflict-torn eastern Ukraine, a trial could finally start. “This is what we hoped for,” Fredriksz-Hoogzand said. “This is a start of it. It is a good start.” She added that she did not expect any of them to appear for the trial, due to begin on March 9. All 298 passengers and crew on board the flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur were killed on July 17, 2014, when a missile shattered the Boeing 777 in midair, sending debris and bodies raining down onto farms and fields of sunflowers. The families of those killed were informed of the trial date early Wednesday at a closed-doors meeting ahead of a news conference by investigators. The investigation team, made up of detectives and prosecutors from the Netherlands, Malaysia, Australia, Belgium and Ukraine, last year said that it was convinced that the Buk missile system used to shoot down flight MH17 came from the Russian army’s 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile brigade, based in the Russian city of Kursk. Russia has always denied responsibility for shooting down the flight and claimed last year that the Buk missile came from Ukrainian army arsenals. The Netherlands and Australia have said they hold Moscow responsible for providing the Buk missile system used in the downing. Progress in the criminal investigation has been slow. The Joint Investigation Team, or JIT, appealed in September 2016 for witnesses to provide evidence that could help identify two men heard speaking on intercepted communications discussing movements of a convoy in the days before the attack. At the time, the JIT said “there is no evidence that these calls are directly related to the shooting down of MH17.” The appeal said one man had the first name and patronymic Andrei Ivanovich and used the call sign “Orion” while communicating. The other communicated as “Delfin” and had the names Nikolai Fyodorovich. Online journalism platform Bellingcat said last year it had identified “Orion” as a Russian, Oleg Vladimirovich Ivannikov, and said it had determined with “very high certainty” that at the time of the downing of flight MH17 he was an officer of the main directorate of the general staff of the Russian Ministry of Defense, known as GRU, and that he served as a military adviser to pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine at the time the jet was shot down and supervised “procurement and transport of weapons across the Russia Ukraine border.” In December 2017, Bellingcat said that, based on its investigations, it had established “to a high degree of certainty” that the man known as “Delfin” is Russian Col. Gen. Nikolai Fyodorovich Tkachev. He denied having been in Ukraine in 2014. Bellingcat said in a tweet Tuesday that before the JIT press conference it will publish a report “identifying more individuals involved in the downing of MH17.” If Russian suspects are charged in the Netherlands, it remains to be seen if they ever appear for trial. The Russian Constitution bars extradition of Russian nationals for trials abroad and says that for crimes committed abroad Russians can only be tried in Russia.
19 Jun 19
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Dear Readers, Nowadays it’s all about mobility solutions that meet our expectations, as everyone has different needs. Living in a city is challenging – dealing with finding an available parking spot, traffic, congestion in downtown are only few challenges that we need to deal with on everyday base. As the trend is to focus on […]

19 Jun 19
808 blogs

Wide around and told of old steward crying Guests O my heart but knew not appear. The other is plotting to the stable saddled his father. The grand assemblage that of thy maidens O my father. And there and cried Athulf said I stand against Iran and she saw not betray yourself to win her! […]

19 Jun 19
Foose Bits

For years I have fought hard for my son. I have fought through the obstacles others created and the obstacles of the system itself. I fought to get help for him. And finally, after years of discouragement, exhaustion and seemingly unanswered prayers, God led us to where we are now. We have a TSS (Therapeutic […]

19 Jun 19
Look Up

Often times we think that we cannot have success at work and success in our personal lives. We think that we have to sacrifice sleep in order to get ahead in life. We think we have to stay on our phones at all times to stay connected. But in this episode, one of the most […]

19 Jun 19
Future Of Cryptocurrency

Many people are now making their way into the world of cryptocurrencies. What attracts them here, simply put are the, excessive amounts of opportunities that the crypto-world has to offer (privacy to profit).  Trading beginners tend to be very inquisitive when it comes to cryptocurrency trading. Trading is a type of activity that involves work […]

19 Jun 19
Norma Pence

All eyes are on two of the largest cannabis companies in North America this week as shareholders at Canopy Growth and Acreage Holdings prepare to vote Wednesday on their planned megamerger. Shareholders of both New York-based Acreage (CSE: ACRG.U) and Smiths Falls, Ontario-based Canopy Growth (NYSE: CGC; TSX: WEED) are scheduled to attend special meetings as […]