Press Review - November 2, 2016

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On Wednesday Alexander Tretyakov, Elena Nikitina, Olga Potylitsyna and Maria Orlova were suspended for life for participation in the Olympic Games
The Slovenian national basketball team have gathered for the first time after winning the EuroBasket in September to start a qualifying series for the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup. The strongly reb
Prime Minister Miro Cerar will take part in the EU and the Eastern Partnership summit in Brussels on Friday. The meeting is expected to discuss the European perspective of the six eastern neighbours
Slovenia's Janez Kocijan?i?, the acting president of the European Olympic Committees (EOC), is the only candidate for the top job as the organisation meets for election congress in Zagreb on Frid
Below is a schedule of events for the weekend of 25-26 November:
Fox News host Tomi Lahren on Thanksgiving Day took yet another shot at Colin Kaepernick. But her message on Twitter Thursday left many bewildered. Lahren frequently bashes Kaepernick for taking a knee
A long-dormant volcano has begun to show signs of activity in Iceland, with authorities fine-tuning evacuation plans in the event it becomes one of the largest eruptions in the country
A youth soccer referee in Beverly Hills resigned earlier this month over what he says is his own personal disgust with the parents of the children he is refereeing. In a letter originally posted by a
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld on Thanksgiving encouraged Americans to have a psychedelic experience. The co-hosts of Fox’s The Five answers questions from their viewers on Thursday. One person want
A 70-year-old man who spent almost 40 years of his life in prison for murders he didn’t commit has been pardoned by Governor Jerry Brown. Read Full Article at RT.com
Two policemen, including a former ‘Best Cop’ awardee, were yesterday charged with the murder of businessman Godfrey Scipio, called ‘Sagga’, who was gunned down outside of a city hotel last month.
One of the most advanced Royal Navy warships, which cost around £1 billion, had to abort its mission in the Persian Gulf and return to the UK. This leaves the country without a seaworth
Meat industry group Kosarom Pascani exports 17% to 20% of its meat production to countries like Germany and Spain, says founder and development director Neculai Apostol.
Lokomotiv will play its final away game against Czech Fastav Zlin on December 7
John Bonifaz has spent years working to get big money out of politics and checking excessive corporate power. Recently he helped the city of St. Petersburg, Florida, ban super PACs and prevent foreign
Actress Uma Thurman has hinted that she’s about to come forward with her own “#MeToo” story about sexual harassment — and she is taking direct aim at disgraced former Hollywood
The Russian center for reconciliation of the warring parties in Syria also said that as many as 69 Syrian returned to their homes from refugee camps
The list aims to raise the profile of changemakers in emerging Europe
The challengers were selected by Res Publica, Google, Visegrad Fund and the Financial Times.
Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro was caught on air telling someone she was pissed off at them. After returning from a commercial break, the Fox News host was apparently caught berating one of her col
Crowdfunding platform GoFundMe has removed a page seeking to raise funds to cover the funeral expenses of the late Charles Manson. Read Full Article at RT.com
Video hosting giant YouTube has begun clamping down on content showing children in vulnerable situations as well as disturbing material aimed at children. The move followed a wave of cr
“I saw this little flower as I was coming back from my class…and it really gave me a strong sense of hope.” Connecting with nature improves people’s moods. Pixabay Twentieth Century German socia
In a remarkably patronizing and tone-deaf moment – even for him – President Trump has decided that the torrent of protest against sexual assault is “very, very good for women. And I&
The story is one many expectant fathers wonder about: “If I have to rush my wife to the hospital to give birth and a cop sees me, will he give me an escort with all the bells and whistles –
A new report from the New York Times offers the clearest evidence yet that former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is getting ready to cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller’
PAS Survey: State will benefit the most from higher surcharges
Israel is covertly cooperating with some Arab nations, the Israeli PM has revealed, expressing hope that this practice will expand. Benjamin Netanyahu’s revelation comes after IDF chief
An active phase of hostilities in Syria is reaching completion. The Islamic State has been defeated. While some hotspots of combat action are still observed across Syria, they are of a sporadic nature
NATIONAL Police in Spain have warned consumers to be on the look-out for 'typical' scams likely to appear over 'Black Friday', where retailers across the globe ...
The price of butter has increased by 56 percent
Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, last evening, announced that the Government of Guyana has received more than 70 unsolicited Expressions of Interest from investors, who are interested in turning arou
The Observatory for Murdered Women has recorded 18 femicides since the beginning of 2017, the lowest number in 14 years, says a women’s union. "This is the third year we have seen a decrease in the i

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