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Russian Mi-8 helicopter crashes in Siberia, killing 19

The Mi-8 helicopter conveying 22 individuals, for the most part oil and gas laborers, went down on Friday in the Yamalo-Nenetsky area. President Vladimir Putin has communicated his sympathies to relatives of the casualties, as indicated by his representative. The helicopter “fell on its right side and the casualties couldn’t get out,” a military representative said. Three survivors were traveled to the clinic yet mist and poor perceivability had ruined…

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Russia accuses UK over ‘shrinking’ London embassy

Alexander Yakovenko said the international safe haven was “contracting” and addressed whether the UK needed “a sufficient Russian political nearness”. He additionally scrutinized the head administrator and outside secretary for giving what he said were “hostile to Russian articulations”. The Remote Office said there was no approach to defer visas. Mr Yakovenko said Russia did not have enough discretionary staff in London on the grounds that as individuals returned home…

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Calais migrants: Clashes ahead of ‘Jungle’ closure

Police terminated smoke projectiles to attempt to reestablish arrange. A huge number of pamphlets are to be circulated at the camp telling individuals they should leave before it is bulldozed. In the interim the initially unaccompanied youngsters from the camp without family binds to the UK have touched base in England. They went under the “Names revision” rules which permit especially powerless kids -, for example, young ladies and those…

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Thailand presses Google over online royal insults

Prajin Juntong said he had met Google delegates to grumble about material discovered utilizing the web index and on YouTube, a Google backup. Google said it was taking after its current arrangements on substance expulsion. Thais, who have the some of strictest lese majeste laws on the planet, are grieving Ruler Bhumibol Adulyadej. Mr Juntong said more than 100 bits of substance offending to the government have been found on…

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Herbert Kilpin: Plaque for Nottingham-born AC Milan founder

Herbert Kilpin, from Nottingham, went to work in Italy in the 1890s and later settled the Milan Football and Cricket Club. The plaque is being disclosed to stamp 100 years since his demise. Notwithstanding, pledge drives have yet to inspire consent to connect the plaque to Kilpin’s origination. Kilpin, who was conceived at the back of a butcher’s shop on Mansfield Street, drove the club to their initial three titles….

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