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Snowy Greece sees temperatures plunge to -23C

Greece was frozen at temperatures down to -23 ° C (-9 ° F), as some of the most famous monuments in Athens had a dusting of snow. The figure of -23C was recorded in the northern city of Florina and led to road closures and transportation interruptions. Further south in the capital, Athens, snow fell around monuments such as the …

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No end in sight for shutdown after Trump reinforces border wall demand | US news

The partial arrest of the US government dragged on its nineteenth day on Wednesday, without the end of sight after Donald Trump used his first address from the Oval Office to reinforce his demands for a wall along the border southern with Mexico. [19659002Poichéquasi800000lavoratorifederalisonoancorasenzasalarioilpresidenteèrimastoinunvicolociecoconidemocraticidelCongressomentresipreparavaadirigersiaCapitolHillperstringereaportechiusemembridelsuostessopartitoaportechiuse Democratic leaders Chuck Schumer and Meanwhile, Nancy Pelosi was planning to organize an event with federal …

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Former Israeli minister who spied for Iran gets 11 years in jail

A former Israeli government minister will spend 11 years in prison after admitting to spying on Iran. Gonan Segev has confessed charges of severe espionage and passing information to an enemy. Segev served as energy minister under former prime minister Yitzhak Rabin in the mid-1990s and was previously imprisoned for trying to smuggle ecstasy tablets into the country. He was …

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Ex-Russia inquiry chief Rod Rosenstein ‘plans to resign’

Multimedia playback is not supported on the device Media caption 2018: the year of Rod Rosenstein under pressure Rod Rosenstein, senior justice department official, who supervised the investigation into the alleged Russian intrusion in 2016, plans to quit, US media reports. The deputy attorney general took the decision to resign and was not forced by the White House. But it …

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FBI ‘turned El Chapo’s IT expert’ to bring down drug lord

Jurors in the trial of Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman listened to recordings of his phone calls that prosecutors say the FBI has intercepted and deciphered after turning his technology expert. An undercover agent met Cristian Rodriguez in 2010, pretending to be a gangster who wanted to buy his own encryption system and over time the FBI managed …

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Gonen Segev: Israel ex-minister admits spying for Iran

Image copyright AFP Picture caption Gonen Segev (center) reported having intention to "deceive "Iran with its actions The former Israeli government minister Gonen Segev will be sentenced to 11 years after admitting of spying for Iran, says the Israeli justice ministry. Segev, who served as energy minister in the 1990s, was recruited while working as a doctor in Nigeria. He …

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