Monthly Archives: September 2015

U.S. official: Russia ‘ready’ to launch airstrikes in Syria

U.S. official: Russia ‘ready’ to launch airstrikes in Syria

Russian airstrikes in Syria could happen at any time, a U.S. official with knowledge of the latest intelligence told CNN. “They could start at any moment,” the official said. “They are ready.” After several days of Russian familiarization flights, there ...

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Puerto Rico Congressman: We feel like 2nd class citizens

Puerto Rico Congressman: We feel like 2nd class citizens

Puerto Ricans feel like second class citizens in the United States. That’s the message Puerto Rico’s lone Congressman, Rep. Pedro Pierluisi, had for his colleagues Tuesday in a harsh rebuke of Congress’ treatment of Puerto Rico. “If you treat us ...

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Warren Jeffs’ son, daughter allege sexual abuse

Warren Jeffs’ son, daughter allege sexual abuse

For the first time, two children of Warren Jeffs have alleged that the imprisoned leader of the polygamous Mormon sect sexually abused them as children. Becky and Roy Jeffs, both adults, made the revelations to Lisa Ling on her upcoming ...

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U.S. slams Europe over Facebook privacy controversy

U.S. slams Europe over Facebook privacy controversy

The U.S. has backed Facebook in its battle against the European Union, accusing Europe’s top court of making “inaccurate assertions” about America’s intelligence services. The U.S. mission to the European Union slammed the court for questioning a crucial data sharing ...

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Arsenal beaten by Olympiakos

Arsenal beaten by Olympiakos

Arsenal’s hopes of Champions League progress are in serious jeopardy after they slumped to their second successive group stage loss at home to Olympiakos. Arsene Wenger’s side knew nothing other than victory would do after defeat by Dinamo Zagreb in ...

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Tonga beat Namibia in RWC

Tonga beat Namibia in RWC

Tonga ran in five tries to edge out Namibia 35-21 in a highly-entertaining Rugby World Cup Pool C match at Sandy Park in Exeter. Namibia had been confident of notching up their first ever World Cup win at the 17th ...

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Botia will rise to the occasion – McKee

Botia will rise to the occasion – McKee

Vodafone Flying Fijians coach John McKee is hoping that Lepani Botia will rise to the occasion on Friday. McKee said this will be a special moment for Botia, and knows the Naitasiri man will again show his class as he ...

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No turning back-Warburton

No turning back-Warburton

The Flying Fijians opponent on Friday morning, Wales,believe they have come this far in the World Cup to fight for the top spot in Pool A. Captain Sam Warburton says they have to get the win over England behind them ...

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