Day: October 3, 2017

  1. Լաս Վեգասում արյուն են հանձնում 2. Հյուսիսային Կորեայի հետ չեն բանակցում 3. Կուբայի դիվանագետների թիվը կրճատելու են ՌԵՊՈՐՏԱԺ, Ով է Սթիվեն Փեդոքը 4. Ամուսնական զույգը խաբել էր Amazon-ին 5. Խոշոր հրդեհ Էնահայմում ՌԵՊՈՐՏԱԺ Սպանդը կրկին զենքի քննարկման է հանգեցրել 6. Քորոների գրասենյակը հայտնել է մահացածի ինքնությունը 7. Հետապնդում Գլենդելում 8. Equifax-ի կոտրումից տուժածների
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SUZUKA, Japan (Reuters) – Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team will be looking for lost speed as Formula One wraps up its Asian leg in Japan this weekend. The championship leader is thankful to have extended his advantage over Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel to 34 points with five races remaining but he is also conscious that
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Supreme Court justices clashed on Tuesday over whether courts should curb the long-standing U.S. political practice of drawing electoral maps to entrench one party in power, with conservative Anthony Kennedy likely to cast the deciding vote. The nine justices heard an hour of arguments in the major voting rights case out of
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BARCELONA (Reuters) – Spain’s King Felipe VI on Tuesday accused Catalan secessionist leaders of shattering democratic principles and dividing Catalan society, as thousands took to the streets to protest against a violent police crackdown against the banned independence referendum held on Sunday. The televised speech, a rare intervention by the 49-year-old monarch who is normally
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WASHINGTON/HAVANA (Reuters) – The Trump administration on Tuesday expelled 15 Cuban diplomats to protest Cuba’s failure to protect staff at the U.S. embassy in Havana from a mysterious spate of health “attacks,” spurring new tensions between the former Cold War foes. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the expulsions from Cuba’s embassy in Washington were
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LAS VEGAS (Reuters) – Law enforcement officials puzzled on Tuesday over what motivated a retiree with no criminal record to assemble an arsenal in a high-rise Las Vegas hotel and rain gunfire onto a outdoor concert for nine minutes, killing at least 59 people. The gunman, identified as Stephen Paddock, ended Sunday night’s shooting spree,
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The minister of defense Vigen Sargsyan has announced that during his visit to China he did not sign an agreement with China on supply of ammunition to Armenia. At the same time, Vigen Sargsyan said he discussed important issues of political-military cooperation with the Chinese side. According to the minister of defense, the conversation about
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