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Russian ex-‘troll’ says he was arrested after speaking to media

A former worker at the Russian “troll factory” targeted by U.S. prosecutors says he was arrested after speaking to American media. Marat Mindiyarov, who pronounced that he worked at the Internet Research Agency in St. Petersburg, told outlets including the Associated Press and Washington Post about the operation after Special …

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Farting newcomer causes moody to make emergency landing

The jet stream wasn’t the only breeze this craft was breaking. A commander had to make an emergency alighting after fight pennyless out over a newcomer who refused to stop farting. Two Dutchmen sitting next to the gassy newcomer allegedly asked the man to stop, but he continued to mangle …

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Survivor of Paris terror attacks sues Twitter, Google, Facebook

Twitter, Google and Facebook intentionally supposing “support and resources” to ISIS as the terror organisation carried out its 2015 concurrent attacks in Paris that killed 130 people, a lawsuit charges. Hundreds of people were harmed in the terror attack, including Illinois proprietor Mandy Palmucci, who filed the sovereign lawsuit in …

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Massive rubbish dump fall kills 17 people in Mozambique

Heavy rains triggered the prejudiced fall of a outrageous pile of rubbish in Mozambique’s collateral on Monday, killing as many as 17 people who were buried by debris. Authorities trust some-more bodies could be buried at the Hulene rubbish dump on the hinterland of Maputo, and a hunt was underway. …

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China wants ‘severe punishment’ for soldier statue ride thief

China wants “severe punishment” for the Philadelphia man fingered for hidden a ride off an ancient terracotta statue. Michael Rohana was charged with hidden a ride from the 2,000-year-old soldier statue last Dec during an nauseous sweater party at the Franklin Institute. He pennyless the ride off the $4.5 million …

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Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Max Desfor dies at 104

A photojournalist who parachuted into North Korea with U.S. troops during the Korean War has died at age 104. Former Associated Press photographer Max Desfor, who famously photographed hundreds of Korean War refugees crawling opposite a shop-worn overpass in 1950 — an design that won him a Pulitzer Prize — died Monday. Desfor died …

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Ex-workers at Russian ‘troll factory’ contend U.S. charges are true

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia— While Russian officials sneer at a U.S. complaint charging 13 Russians with nosiness in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, several people who worked at the same St. Petersburg “troll factory” contend they consider the rapist charges are well-founded. Marat Mindiyarov, a former commenter at the innocuously named …

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