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Wife of captured Ukrainian opposition leader pleads to Erdogan

Ukrainian TV star Oksana Marchenko, the wife of the country’s arrested opposition leader Viktor Medvedchuk, released a video on Wednesday pleading to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan to assist in freeing her husband. She claims her husband was illegally captured at the personal request of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday and …

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Teacher pleads guilty in plot to sell nuclear submarine secrets

The wife of a former US Navy nuclear engineer has pleaded guilty to conspiring with her husband to pass restricted data to a foreign nation for thousands of dollars in cryptocurrency. Maryland teacher Diana Toebbe pleaded guilty on Friday to “conspiracy to communicate Restricted Data related to the design of …

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Texas man pleads guilty to smuggling migrants in coffin

Zachary Taylor Blood, a Texas native, has pleaded guilty to one count of alien smuggling after his plan to transport two Mexican migrants to the city of San Antonio was thwarted by US Border Patrol (BP) officials at the internal checkpoint around 70 miles north of the US-Mexico border. The border …

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Obama adviser pleads guilty to stealing from school

Seth Andrew, a former adviser to 44th President Barack Obama, pleaded guilty to wire fraud charges after stealing $218,000 from a charter school he founded. The US Department of Justice announced on Friday that Andrew had pleaded guilty to transferring the money from the school to his own private bank …

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Chinese scientist pleads guilty over theft of US trade secrets

A Chinese national has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit economic espionage after he was accused of attempting to steal trade secrets from American agrochemical company Monsanto while residing in the US. Xiang Haitao, 44, “conspired to steal a trade secret” from the company “for the purpose of benefiting a …

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Keep borders open despite Covid variants, WHO pleads

Avoiding shutting down borders, the WHO said, will prevent a “heavy burden on lives and livelihoods.”  If restrictions are put in place, the organization warned, they should not be “unnecessarily invasive or intrusive.” “Covid-19 constantly exploits our divisions. We will only get the better of the virus if we work …

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Taliban leader pleads for help in first address

“We assure all the countries that we will not interfere in their internal affairs and we want to have good economic relations with them,” Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund, the co-founder of the Taliban and now the prime minister of its government, promised on Saturday. During his 30-minute speech, Hassan insisted …

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