Day: July 1, 2018

Հունիսի 24-30-ը Լեռնային Ղարաբաղի և Ադրբեջանի հակամարտ զորքերի շփման գոտում հակառակորդը հրադադարի պահպանման ռեժիմը խախտել է շուրջ 150 անգամ, տարբեր տրամաչափի հրաձգային զինատեսակներից հայ դիրքապահների ուղղությամբ արձակել է ավելի քան 1500 կրակոց, հաղորդում է Արցախի պաշտպանության նախարարության մամուլի ծառայությունը: «Բացի վերոնշյալ խախտումներից, շաբաթվա ընթացքում առաջնային գծի տարբեր հատվածներում դիտարկվել են ադրբեջանական սպառազինության և զինտեխնիկայի տեղաշարժեր,
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(Reuters) – Three-time NBA champion LeBron James bid farewell to Cleveland on Sunday after agreeing to a four-year $154 million contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. The 33-year-old forward leaves the Cavaliers to join an iconic franchise that has won 16 NBA titles but is rebuilding after posting a losing record for five consecutive seasons.
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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador decisively won Mexico’s presidency on Sunday, exit polls showed, setting the stage for the most left-wing government in decades at a time of tense relations with the Trump administration. Pledging to eradicate corruption and subdue drug cartels with a less confrontational approach, the 64-year-old former Mexico City
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OSAKA (Reuters) – Japan’s Panasonic Corp would consider additional investment in Tesla Inc’s automotive battery plant in the U.S. state of Nevada if requested by the U.S. electric car manufacturer, an executive said on Monday. FILE PHOTO: The Tesla logo is seen at the entrance to Tesla Motors’ new showroom in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District in
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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican presidential front-runner Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s party was poised for decisive victories in at least four gubernatorial races on Sunday, according to an exit poll, hinting at a major triumph for the leftist in the presidential contest. Soon after voting stations began closing, the poll by Consulta Mitofsky found that
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LONDON (Reuters) – Banks’ Brexit worries were a key theme in a quarterly survey of Britain’s financial services sector, published on Monday, even though business sentiment stabilised in the second quarter, ending a near two-year slide, and recruitment picked up. A DLR train crosses a bridge in front of construction work in the early morning
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(Reuters) – A man went on a stabbing spree at a 3-year-old’s birthday party at an apartment complex housing refugee families in Boise on Saturday, injuring nine people, including six children, police said on Sunday. Timmy Kinner, a 30-year-old from Los Angeles who had been staying at the complex, has been arrested, Boise police said.
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