Monday, October 22, 2018

Operation Novichok - Salisbury Poisoning - The Skripal Saga Newsletter // October 22

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October 22, 2018
Duke Completes Demolition Of Salisbury Coal Plant
Russia's Minister of Defence Attended the 5th ASEAN Defence Ministers' Meeting-Plus in Singapore
VIDEO: Duke Energy Implodes Its First Coal Plant in Salisbury
Barack Obama left Australia 'swinging in the breeze' over air strikes: Kevin Rudd
Saudi Khashoggi Claims Fall Flat; Riyadh Blindsided; Bolton in Moscow
Boris Johnson: we need to stand up to Saudi Arabia over Novichok-like murder of Jamal Khashoggi
Salisbury man struck, killed walking along Route 1A in Seabrook
Explosions pop like gunfire as 1926 steam plant collapses into rubble, video shows
How Russia cyber attacks helped Trump to the US presidency
Syria never used, not to use chemical weapons
New images show off Salisbury's newest education facility
Salisbury seeks to balance budget at Town Meeting
Investors Pull $650m From Saudi Arabia Amid Khashoggi Allegations
Syrian Deputy FM says army never used chemical weapons

Duke Completes Demolition Of Salisbury Coal Plant

WFAE
Duke Energy on Friday completed the demolition of the remaining section of the Buck Steam Station, on the Yadkin River near Salisbury. The demolition began Aug. 2 with the implosion of the plant’s oldest section.
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Russia's Minister of Defence Attended the 5th ASEAN Defence Ministers' Meeting-Plus in Singapore

Bulgarian Military
MOSCOW, the Russian Federation, (BulgarianMilitary.com) – The Russian Armed Forces will receive the most advanced 40N6 long-range surface-to-air missile (SAM) for use of its S-400 Triumf system after the acceptance processes for service were completed last month.
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VIDEO: Duke Energy Implodes Its First Coal Plant in Salisbury

ABC10.com KXTV
SALISBURY, N.C. -- If you live near the Davidson-Rowan County line, you probably heard a loud boom on Friday. It was the old Buck Steam Station crumbling to the ground.
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Barack Obama left Australia 'swinging in the breeze' over air strikes: Kevin Rudd

The Sydney Morning Herald
Anticipating a US attack on Syria on the same day that he was due to launch Labor's campaign for the 2013 election, Mr Rudd wrote two different speeches. Loading He took to the election launch a "war speech" and a "peace speech".
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Saudi Khashoggi Claims Fall Flat; Riyadh Blindsided; Bolton in Moscow

Foreign Policy
Saudi Arabia over the weekend attempted once more to explain the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi as a “rogue operation,” but few are buying it. The killing has shone a spotlight not just on Riyadh’s use of violence to silence its critics, but also its use of a digital army to control the narrative.
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Boris Johnson: we need to stand up to Saudi Arabia over Novichok-like murder of Jamal Khashoggi

inews.co.uk
Britain must stand up to Saudi Arabia over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said. The UK should “refuse to turn a blind eye” to the killing in the consulate – which he compared to the Novichok attack in Salisbury in March.
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Salisbury man struck, killed walking along Route 1A in Seabrook

The Daily News of Newburyport
SEABROOK - A Salisbury man was killed Sunday night after local police say he was struck by a Jeep on a street near the Seabrook/Salisbury border. 
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Explosions pop like gunfire as 1926 steam plant collapses into rubble, video shows

Charlotte Observer
An old Duke Energy power plant dating to 1926 came crashing down in just seconds during an expertly planned implosion Friday in Salisbury, North Carolina.
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How Russia cyber attacks helped Trump to the US presidency

The Guardian
In the process of announcing the US Justice Department’s July 2018 indictment of a dozen Russian military intelligence officers for hacking Democrats’ computers and publishing the contents, US deputy attorney general Rod J Rosenstein noted that: “What impact they may have had [on the 2016 presidential election] … is a matter of speculation.” I disagree.
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Syria never used, not to use chemical weapons

Mehr News Agency - English Version
Mikdad’s remarks came during a symposium on a book titled “Syria and the Chemicals With Facts and Documents” by MP Dr. Ahmad Abdul-Salam Mar’ai which was held after the signing ceremony of the book at al-Assad National Library on Sunday evening.
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New images show off Salisbury's newest education facility

Spire FM
Published by Spire FM News at 12:12pm 22nd October 2018.
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Salisbury seeks to balance budget at Town Meeting

The Daily News of Newburyport
SALISBURY — Seniors, veterans and low-income residents could have an additional $500 in their pockets if voters at the fall Town Meeting approve a measure doubling their exemptions.
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Investors Pull $650m From Saudi Arabia Amid Khashoggi Allegations

Daily Beast
Money appears to be leaking out of Saudi Arabia as international condemnation of Jamal Khashoggi's murder intensifies, with $650 million of investment already having been withdrawn from the country's main exchange.
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Syrian Deputy FM says army never used chemical weapons

AMN Al-Masdar News
BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 P.M.) – Syria’s Deputy Foreign Minister Dr. Faisal Mikdad stated on Monday that his government and army never used chemical weapons during this conflict.
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