Sunday, April 10, 2016

6:46 PM 4/10/2016 - Trump: "The system is corrupt" by ReutersVideo

Trump: "The system is corrupt" 

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump complains about the delegate voting process and says "we're supposed to be a Democracy." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Aleppo erupts 

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New amateur video appears to show rebel groups who claim to be fighting Syrian army forces in an Aleppo suburb. Nathan Frandino reports.
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Accused murderer recaptured, man freed from jail

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Police say they have accused murderer Anthony Garver back in custody after he escaped from a Seattle-area psychiatric hospital, while Keith Allen Harward walks free after new DNA evidence proves he was wrongly jailed for 33 years. Jillian Kitchener reports.
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Raw: Migrants Confront Macedonian Border Police

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Migrants waged running battles with Macedonian police Sunday after they were stopped from scaling the border fence with Greece near the border town of Idomeni, and aid agencies reported that hundreds of stranded travelers were injured. (April 10)
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President Obama 'can guarantee' his administration will not protect Hillary Clinton in FBI email server probe - New York Daily News

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President Obama 'can guarantee' his administration will not protect Hillary Clinton in FBI email server probe
New York Daily News
President Obama emphatically vowed in an interview Sunday that his administration would not “in any way” protect Hillary Clinton over the course of the FBI investigation into the former secretary of state's use of a private email server. “I can ...
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A favorable tide is pulling Russia back to the moon - Digital Trends

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A favorable tide is pulling Russia back to the moon
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Russia's shooting for the moon again, and if successful, this will be the first time Russia has returned to the moon since it first beat the U.S. to the punch (in the unmanned competition) decades ago. However, in the several years since its initial ...
Russia's Space Exploration 'Reviving' Despite Sanctions, Budget CutsSputnik International

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Director Brennan: CIA Won't Waterboard Again — Even If Ordered by Future President - NBCNews.com

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Director Brennan: CIA Won't Waterboard Again — Even If Ordered by Future President
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CIA Director John Brennan told NBC News in an exclusive interview that his agency will not engage in harsh "enhanced interrogation" practices, including waterboarding, which critics call torture — even if ordered to by a future president. "I will not ...

Russia: Attack on Migrant Puts Racism Back on Agenda - EurasiaNet

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Russia: Attack on Migrant Puts Racism Back on Agenda
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An ugly dust-up in Moscow, seemingly provoked by racial hatred, has landed a migrant laborer from Tajikistan in the hospital and threatens to leave him blind in one eye. On the evening of April 8, Tajik citizen Sulaiman Saidov was targeted in an ...

Russian cellist says funds revealed in Panama Papers came from donations - The Guardian

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Russian cellist says funds revealed in Panama Papers came from donations
The Guardian
The Russian cellist linked by the Panama Papers to a money trail of billions has spoken out for the first time since the story broke. In a story published by the Guardian last Sunday, the musician Sergei Roldugin was identified as an old friend of ...

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The Latest: US, Russia discuss Syria cease-fire - Fox News

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The Latest: US, Russia discuss Syria cease-fire
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Russia's Foreign Ministry says U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov have stressed the need for more cooperation between their two countries to strengthen the cease-fire in Syria. The ministry statement said that ...

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Порошенко: передача Roshen в Rothschild Trust происходила с соблюдением интересов Украины - Газета.Ru

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Порошенко: передача Roshen в Rothschild Trust происходила с соблюдением интересов Украины
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Президент Украины Петр Порошенко заявил, что передача кондитерской корпорации Roshen в доверительную собственность Rothschild Trust происходила с обеспечением налоговых интересов Украины. Об этом он рассказал в интервью украинским телеканалам, передает «112 ...
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Macedonian Police Use Tear Gas to Stop Migrants at Border

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Hundreds of migrants who tried to break through a border fence in a northern Greek town were dispersed with tear gas and rubber bullets on Sunday.









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US Defense Chief Visits India Amid New High in Bilateral Relations 

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Ash Carter will look to improve defense technology and trade cooperation while increasing military-to-military cooperation

Former FBI agent identified as gunman in Texas base murder-suicide - Fox News

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Former FBI agent identified as gunman in Texas base murder-suicide
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DALLAS – A former FBI agent who later enlisted in the U.S. Air Force was identified Saturday as the man who killed his commander at an air base in San Antonio before turning the gun on himself. A statement from the Air Force identified the two men as Tech.

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 Lackland Air Force Base was a former agentRaw Story
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Clashes across northern Syria strain cease-fire

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Syrian government forces and rebels clashed across the north on Sunday in the latest indication that a monthlong cease-fire may be breaking down, as the Islamic State group seized two villages along Syria's border with Turkey from other insurgents.
     

Obama: My Worst Mistake Was Not Planning For Day After Libya Intervention 

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President Barack Obama said Sunday that his biggest failure as president was not planning for the aftermath of the 2011 intervention into Libya, after which the country became a failed state in which jihadists groups have gained strong footholds.
“[My worst mistake was] probably failing to plan for the day after for what I think was the right thing to do in intervening in Libya,” Obama said on Fox News Sunday.
In 2011, the U.S. joined a multi-state coalition of European and Arab countries to intervene militarily in Libya. The intervention was meant to prevent Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi from carrying out attacks against civilians.
Hillary Clinton was the primary advocate for intervening and persuaded a reluctant presidential cabinet to support the effort.
Obama let the Europeans take the lead with military operations in what he termed as an American strategy of “leading from behind.” Ultimately Gaddafi was killed in October of 2011 and his regime overthrown.
None of the intervening countries followed up with a plan to build a post-Gaddafi Libya, however, and the country steadily descended into chaos.
Several jihadist groups were able to entrench themselves in Libya in the following years, including the Islamic State, which has reportedly doubled its presence in Libya over the past year, causing some American policymakers to call for renewed military action in the North African country.
Obama recently blamed French and British leaders in Jeffrey Goldberg’s Atlantic article for causing the chaos in Libya today by ignoring the country after the initial intervention.

Obama Says Clinton Would Not Intentionally Endanger Country With Emails 

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In his first interview with “Fox News Sunday” as president, Mr. Obama also said his administration would not interfere with the F.B.I.’s investigation of her private email server.

Nuclear deal puts US between Iran and a hard place

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The Obama administration is in a bind. Between Iran and a hard place.
     
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End of Apple-FBI Case Stirs up New Controversy over Data Privacy - HSToday

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End of Apple-FBI Case Stirs up New Controversy over Data Privacy
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Last week, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) managed to successfully unlock the iPhone of Sayed Farook, one of the shooters involved in the December 2015 San Bernardino attacks—without Apple's involvement. And while the battle between Apple ...
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TV Channel Shows Documentary Alleging Navalny Funded by MI6, CIA - Sputnik International

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TV Channel Shows Documentary Alleging Navalny Funded by MI6, CIA
Sputnik International
The documentary also contains an extract from an alleged tip-off by a CIA employee advising Browder to secure termination of medical assistance to a legal consultant for Hermitage Capital Management, Sergei Magnitsky, who died of heart failure in 2009 ...

Clinton can only be defeated at ballot box, not by bogus 'scandals' - The Star Democrat

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Clinton can only be defeated at ballot box, not by bogus 'scandals'
The Star Democrat
Now comes The Washington Post with an interminable 5,000-word narrative anchored by an "eye-popping" claim that according to "a lawmaker briefed by FBI Director James BComey," a small army of 147 FBI agents was at work deciding if a crime had been ...

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Iran warns Assad’s ouster is a red line

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April 10, 2016, 10:13 PM (IDT)
Ali Akbar Velayati, a senior foreign policy adviser to supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, told state television Sunday that the government Bashar al-Assad should remain in power until the end of the presidency term. His premature removal would be a red line for Tehran, he said.

Egypt cedes two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia

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April 10, 2016, 10:28 PM (IDT)
The Saudi King Salman’s five-day visit to Cairo was marked by an agreement on the maritime borders between the two nations and Egypt’s handover of the two Red Sea islands of Tiran and Sanafir to the oil kingdom. The uninhabited islands are of strategic importance because they lie on an important sea route to the Israeli port of Eilat and the Jordanian port of Aqaba.
Sunday Salman delivered a 6-minute address to the Egyptian parliament after pledging massive financial assistance and investments to bolster the Egyptian economy as well as funding for Cairo’s war on ISIS in Sinai. The king announced that the two governments had agreed to build a bridge linking the two nations across the Red Sea – a longstanding project that never left the planning stage – and work together to create a pan-Arab defense force.

The Latest: US, Russia discuss Syria cease-fire

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The Latest on Syria’s complex civil war (all times local):









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Obama admits worst mistake of his presidency - CNN

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Obama admits worst mistake of his presidency
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(CNN) President Barack Obama said the worst mistake of his presidency was a lack of planning for the aftermath of the 2011 toppling of Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi. "Probably failing to plan for the day after what I think was the right thing to do ...
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Russia, Syria Plotting Military Push to Retake Aleppo

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Russian news reports say the Syrian military is preparing a major operation with the Russian air force to regain control of the embattled northern city of Aleppo. The Interfax news agency on Sunday quoted Syrian Prime Minister Wael al-Haiqi as saying the military push is aimed at freeing the city and blocking "all illegal armed groups which have not joined or broken the [February] cease-fire." Haiqi also is quoted as saying that regaining control of the city from rebels would...

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk Says He’ll Resign

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Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Sunday announced his resignation amid political turmoil and accusations that his government has been plagued by inaction and corruption.
Yatsenyuk, who blamed lawmakers’ failure to enact “real changes,” said he plans to step down from his post next week in a move meant to make way for the formation of a new government, the BBC reports. His decision comes after Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko asked him to resign in February, according to the news outlet.
“I thank our nation, society, civil society activists, volunteers. I thank each and every one of you for your endurance and patience,” Yatsenyuk tweeted. “As of today my goals are broader: new electoral law, constitutional reform, judicial reform, Ukraine’s membership in the EU and NATO.”
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Panama Papers - A Storm is coming - YouTube

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Published on Apr 3, 2016
Video from http://panamapapers.sueddeutsche.de/en/
The Panama Papers, a collection of 11.5 million files leaked from Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca, just went live online.
how the world's rich and famous hide their money offshore.
Its website boasts of a global network with 600 people working in 42 countries. It has franchises around the world.

Dean Martin - Hits Album - YouTube

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Published on Apr 8, 2015
00:00 - That's Amore (That's Love)
03:05 - Sway
05:46 - Volare
08:44 - Love Me, My Love
11:33 - Come Back to Sorrento
14:45 - I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
17:26 - Pretty As a Picture
19:56 - In Napoli
22:48 - Kiss
25:09 - June in January
27:54 - Hit the Road to Dreamland
30:43 - Young and Foolish
33:26 - Let Me Go Lover
36:27 - Return to Me
39:09 - I Have But One Heart (O Marenariello)
42:08 - You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You
44:38 - Dream a Little Dream of Me
47:34 - Goodnight Sweetheart
50:40 - Write to Me from Naples
53:24 - How Do You Speak to an Angel?
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U.S. Navy officer charged with espionage - YouTube

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Published on Apr 10, 2016
The U.S. Navy says a lieutenant commander has been detained on charges including espionage and leaking secrets to a foreign government. CNN's Nick Valencia has the details.
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Navy officer faces charges of espionage and prostitution in highly secretive case - The Washington Post

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Navy officer faces charges of espionage and prostitution in highly secretive case

 April 10 at 1:39 PM
A U.S. Navy officer faces charges of espionage, attempted espionage and prostitution in a highly secretive case in which he is accused of disclosing military secrets to a foreign nation.
The Navy examined charges against him in a preliminary hearing in Norfolk on Friday. The officer has not been identified but is a lieutenant commander with the headquarters for the Patrol and Reconnaissance Group, which oversees maritime patrol aircraft such as the P-8A Poseidon and P-3C Orion spy planes and the MQ-4C Triton surveillance drone.
A heavily redacted charge sheet released by the Navy states that the officer faces two specifications of espionage and three specifications of attempted espionage. He is accused of communicating secret information “with intent or reason to believe it would be used to the advantage of a foreign nation,” hiring a prostitute for sex, committing adultery by having sex with a woman who was not his wife, and making false official statements by not disclosing foreign travel to the U.S. government as required.
The country that received the information from the lieutenant commander has not been disclosed. The case was first reported late Friday by the Virginian-Pilot newspaper and USNI News. A Navy official told USNI News that the situation has been labeled a national security case, meaning it involves the compromise of military advantage over a foreign nation or terrorist group.
The military typically discloses the identity of a service member who faces a preliminary “Article 32″ hearing like the one involved in this case. But the officer’s name was redacted from the charge sheet released afterward “out of consideration for the service member’s privacy,” said Lt. Cmdr. Timothy Hawkins, a Navy spokesman.
“Prior to a decision for the referral of charges, we are unable to identify the officer at this time,” Hawkins said.
The top flag officer overseeing the case as convening authority is Adm. Philip S. Davidson, the commander of U.S. Fleet Forces Command in Norfolk. The officer facing charges is being held at the Naval Consolidated Brig in Chesapeake, Va.
The case remains under investigation by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service and the FBI. Spokesmen for senior Navy officials, including Navy Secretary Ray Mabus and Adm. John Richardson, chief of naval operations, declined to comment on Sunday.
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G-7 Meeting in Hiroshima: 5 Things to Know

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Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G-7) industrialized countries -- Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the U.S. - are meeting in the western Japanese city of Hiroshima on Sunday and Monday. Why Hiroshima? Japan hopes to send a message of nonproliferation and peace. Once all but annihilated by a U.S. atomic bomb, Hiroshima has risen back as a symbol of peace and nuclear disarmament. It's also the hometown of host Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida. Hiroshima can...

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