Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: Russian Embassy Calls on US to Mend Ties in Wake of Mueller Report Release

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Russian embassy in the US called on Washington to cooperate in repairing the damage inflicted to bilateral relation over the recent years, in the wake of the publication of US Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report that found no evidence of collusion between the campaign team of US President Donald Trump and Russia.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: Peru Court Ordered 3 Years of Pre-Trial Detention for Ex-President in Graft Case

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BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) – A Peruvian judge ruled to hold former President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski in pre-trial detention for three years in a money laundering case involving the infamous Brazilian construction company Odebrecht, the country’s Supreme Court has said.

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Вести.Ru: Рейтинг президента США Трампа рекордно упал после публикации доклада Мюллера

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Несмотря на то, что специальный прокурор США Мюллер не нашел доказательств сговора Трампа с Москвой, рейтинг американского президента падает.

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Газета.Ru – Новости дня: В Белоруссии недовольны качеством нефти из России

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Белорусский концерн “Белнефтехим” заявил, что качество российской экспортной нефтяной смеси Urals, которая поступает по трубопроводу “Дружба”, резко ухудшилось. Об этом сообщает РИА “Новости”.

Согласно …

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Voice of America: Feds Seek 18-Month Sentence in Russian Agent Case

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U.S. prosecutors say a Russian gun-rights activist who admitted being a secret agent for the Kremlin should serve an 18-month prison sentence.

The request came in a sentencing memo filed late Friday in Maria Butina’s case.

Prosecutors say Butina was “not a spy in the traditional sense” and wasn’t formally trained as an intelligence officer. Instead, they say she tried to infiltrate conservative U.S. political groups as Donald Trump rose to power.

She pleaded guilty in December to a conspiracy charge as part of a deal with prosecutors. Butina is scheduled to be sentenced next week.

Butina admitted she was gathering intelligence at the direction of a former Russian lawmaker.

Her lawyers are asking for a sentence of time served. Butina has been jailed since her arrest in July 2018.

“Although Maria has committed a serious offense, just punishment does not require additional incarceration,” her attorneys said in a sentencing memo filed Friday.

Butina, a Russian citizen, expects to be sent back to her native country after being released from jail, her attorney said.

Reuters contributed to this report.

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Газета.Ru – Новости дня: Панарин высказался о больших заработках спортсменов

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Нападающий клуба Национальной хоккейной лиги (НХЛ) “Коламбус Блю Джекетс” Артемий Панарин призвал зарабатывающих большие деньги спортсменов не считать себя выше других, передает “Советский спорт”.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: Pope Francis Leads Way of Cross Procession in Rome on Good Friday

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ROME (Sputnik) – Pope Francis led the traditional Way of the Cross procession at the Colosseum in Rome to mark the Good Friday ahead of Catholic Easter.

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Voice of America: Salt Lake Temple Closing for Four-Year Renovation

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An iconic temple central to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints faith will close for four years for a major renovation to help it withstand earthquakes and be more welcoming to visitors, leaders said Friday. 

Authorities are also keeping a careful eye on construction plans after a devastating fire this week at Notre Dame cathedral in Paris.

The Salt Lake Temple will close Dec. 29 to update the stately granite building and surrounding square, including elements that emphasize the life of Jesus Christ, church President Russell M. Nelson said. 

“We promise that you will love the results,” he said.

​Like The Vatican, Jerusalem

The building and square at the heart of Utah’s capital city is one of the state’s top tourist destinations, though only church members in good standing can go inside the building used for marriages and other religious ceremonies. 

When the project is done in 2024, the faith widely known as the Mormon church will host an open house to give outsiders the first glimpse of the 126-year-old temple’s interior in more than a century. 

A new visitors’ center and removal of a wall around the square in favor of a fence will also visually open up the flower-lined space to visitors walking by. 

 

“We want to them to think of Salt Lake just as easily as they think of Jerusalem or The Vatican as a place where Christianity really has its heart,” Bishop Dean M. Davies said.

Increased risk of fire

The work that will bring scaffolding, cranes and occasional road closures to downtown Salt Lake City also carries increased fire risk. Authorities are taking extra caution in light of the damage to Norte Dame by crafting a plan that includes a 24-hour fire watch, limiting welding and grinding to certain areas, and plenty of fire extinguishers. 

Investigators are still determining the exact cause of the fire at Notre Dame, which was under renovation when the blaze started on Monday. 

The Salt Lake Temple’s earthquake-mitigation project will be a major undertaking, and involve excavating underneath the temple to install a base-isolation system that will prevent damage by largely decoupling the building from the earth. 

The area sees seismic activity, including a series of small quakes that have occurred in recent months. Plans for this project, though, stretch back more than a decade.

Much of the square will remain open during the construction, including the building where the faith’s famed Tabernacle Choir sings.

​Serving 86 languages

In a nod to the 16-million-member church’s increasingly global membership, the project will also allow the temple to serve people in over 86 languages, rather than only English. 

Leaders declined to say how much the project will cost.

Temples aren’t used for regular Sunday services, but thousands of church members visit every year. It is one of the most popular destinations for weddings. While it’s closed, local members will go to a number of other nearby Utah temples. 

More colorful palette

After it reopens, changes will include a return to a more colorful Victorian-era palette rather than the mostly white style adopted during another extensive renovation in the 1960s.

The faith’s temples have rooms where couples are “sealed” in marriage, chambers for ceremonies on theology and morality and celestial rooms used for prayer and reflection. 

They also have ornate baptismal fonts designed for use in ceremonies to baptize dead relatives, though there’s been occasional controversy over members posthumously baptizing public figures against church policy. The faith teaches proxy baptisms give the deceased the choice to join the faith in the afterlife. 

New temples are typically open to the public for a brief time before being dedicated, after which they’re reserved for members only. 

Republican Gov. Gary Herbert said the renovation will likely bring more congestion downtown, but he’s hoping curious tourists will keep visiting during construction.

“People think of The Church of Jesus Latter-day Saints and most people think of this temple,” said Herbert, who is a member of the faith. The renovation “shows the vitality of Salt Lake City. We’re not closing things down. We’re expanding and growing.”

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“russia analysis” – Google News: Mueller Relied on Untested Intel to Justify Russia Allegations – Ex-FBI Counsel – Sputnik International

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Mueller Relied on Untested Intel to Justify Russia Allegations – Ex-FBI Counsel  Sputnik International

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – Special Counsel Robert Mueller based allegations of Russian election meddling on potentially faulty US intelligence assessments …

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: “fbi and trump” – Google News: A Darker Portrait Emerges of Trump’s Attacks on the Justice Department – The New York Times

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Voice of America: Woman’s Brutal Killing in Bangladesh Triggers Protests

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Dozens of protesters took to the streets in Bangladesh’s capital to demand justice for an 18-year-old woman who died after being set on fire for refusing to drop sexual harassment charges against her Islamic school’s principal.

Nusrat Jahan Rafi told her family she was lured to the roof of her rural school in the town of Feni on April 6 and asked to withdraw the charges by five people clad in burqas. When she refused, she said her hands were tied and she was doused in kerosene and set alight.

Rafi told the story to her brother in an ambulance on the way to the hospital and he recorded her testimony on his mobile phone. She died four days later with burns covering 80% of her body.

The violence has shaken Bangladesh, triggering protests and raising concerns over the plight of women and girls in the conservative Muslim-majority nation of 160 million people where sexual harassment and violence are often unreported, victims intimidated and the legal process lengthy. Many avoid reporting to police because of social stigma.

“We want justice. Our girls must grow up safely and with dignity,” Alisha Pradhan, a model and actress, told The Associated Press during Friday’s demonstration. “We protest any forms of violence against women, and authorities must ensure justice.”

Tens of thousands of people attended Rafi’s funeral prayers in Feni, and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina promised Rafi’s family when they met in Dhaka that those responsible would be punished.

At least 17 people, including students, have been arrested in connection with the case, said Banaj Kumar Majumder, the head of the Police Bureau of Investigation.

In late March, Rafi filed a complaint with police that the principal of her madrasa, or Islamic school, had called her into his office and touched her inappropriately and repeatedly. Her family agreed to help her to file the complaint, which prompted police to arrest the principal, infuriating him and his supporters. Influential local politicians backed the principal, and ruling party members were also among the arrested.

Police said the suspects told them during interrogations that the attack on Rafi was planned and ordered by the principal from prison when his supporters visited him. It was timed for daytime so that it would look like a suicide attempt, Majumder said.

Human Rights Watch said in a statement that Rafi’s family said that they had received death threats before the attack telling them to drop the case. 

While Rafi’s case is now being treated with urgency, that wasn’t the case until her death.

A video taken on March 27 while Rafi reported the assault shows the local police chief registering her complaint but telling her that the incident was “not a big deal.” The chief was later removed from the police station for negligence in dealing with the case.

For Bangladeshi women, it is not easy to file sensitive complaints with police. Victims fear further harassment and bullying. Police often show an unwillingness to investigate such cases and are accused of being influenced by local politics or bribes.

But the call for dealing with violence against women, especially related to sexual harassment and assault, is getting louder.

“The horrifying murder of a brave woman who sought justice shows how badly the Bangladesh government has failed victims of sexual assault,” said Meenakshi Ganguly, South Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “Nusrat Jahan Rafi’s death highlights the need for the Bangladesh government to take survivors of sexual assault seriously and ensure that they can safely seek a legal remedy and be protected from retaliation.”

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Russia News: Газета.Ru – Новости часа: “Пожары из-за границы”: врио губернатора о ситуации в Забайкалье

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Врио губернатора Александр Осипов рассказал о причинах распространения пожаров в Забайкалье. Об этом он рассказал в обращении на своей странице в инстаграме.

По его словам, в одном месте возгорание произошло из-за мусора, а в другом месте …

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Газета.Ru – Новости часа: “Пожары из-за границы”: врио губернатора о ситуации в Забайкалье

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Врио губернатора Александр Осипов рассказал о причинах распространения пожаров в Забайкалье. Об этом он рассказал в обращении на своей странице в инстаграме.

По его словам, в одном месте возгорание произошло из-за мусора, а в другом месте …

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Взгляд: Саакашвили счел Порошенко жалким

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Президент Украины Петр Порошенко выглядел жалко на дебатах с Владимиром Зеленским, заявил бывший глава Одесской области Михаил Саакашвили.

Саакашвили считает, что «Порошенко проиграл не только сегодня». При этом экс-глава Одесской области попросил не рассматривать его слова, как признание победы Зеленского на дебатах. Саакашвили отметил, что «Порошенко сам себя разгромил», передает РИА «Новости» со ссылкой на «Макси-ТВ».

Нынешний президент Украины подчеркивал, что «люди Зеленского не знают», сказал Саакашвили.

«Зато они очень хорошо знают Петра Порошенко и когда он себя сравнивает с Черчиллем – Черчилль, наверное, в гробу переворачивается», – заявил он.

Саакашвили предполагает, что после второго тура выборов «система Порошенко» попробует «создать хаос» на Украине.

Кроме того, бывший глава Одесской области выразил готовность консультировать новые украинские власти, если тем понадобится его помощь.

Саакашвили обещал приехать в Киев, который «считает своим домом». Он заявил, что «хочет помочь Украине встать на ноги».

Напомним, дебаты прошли на НСК «Олимпийский».

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Lenta.ru : Новости: Порошенко созвонился с Вашингтоном и пожаловался на Зеленского

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Петр Порошенко созвонился с госсекретарем США Майком Помпео. В ходе беседы глава государства осудил своего конкурента по предвыборной гонке Владимира Зеленского. В частности, Порошенко указал на применение оппонентом термина «повстанцы ДНР/ЛНР» в отношении «российских оккупационных войск в Донбассе».

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Вести.Ru: Скончался второй пострадавший в результате стрельбы в Мельбурне

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В Австралии в госпитале скончался второй пострадавший при стрельбе у ночного клуба Love Machine в городе Мельбурн 14 апреля.

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Voice of America: Good Friday Processions Become Protests in Nicaragua

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Good Friday religious processions in Nicaragua’s capital took on a political tone as people seized an opportunity to renew protests against the government of President Daniel Ortega.

As hundreds of faithful walked in a traditional Stations of the Cross procession to the city’s cathedral, dozens of protesters shouted for justice and carried wooden crosses bearing the names of those who died during the past year of protests. They waved the blue-and-white Nicaraguan flag, which has become a symbol of the opposition.

When the protest continued outside the cathedral, riot police moved in to disperse them with deafening sound grenade-type devices and tear gas. Some young protesters threw rocks and sought shelter among the faithful inside the cathedral’s gates. Police surrounded the site.

Vatican mediating

Jose Pallais, a member of the opposition Civic Alliance who has participated in a dialogue with the government, said the Vatican’s ambassador Waldemar Sommertag was mediating between authorities and the opposition to win the safe passage of the protesters out of the cathedral.

Some protesters later left the cathedral, but late in the afternoon police were still outside the site and about 100 protesters remained inside, afraid to come out, Pallais said.

Pallais said he had heard of two injuries, including a young woman injured by a tear gas canister.

The National Police said in a statement they knew of no injuries and had arrested no one. They said masked protesters armed with rocks, homemade mortars and some with guns infiltrated the procession and then hid on the grounds of the cathedral.

​Police thwart earlier protests

On Wednesday, an overwhelming police presence scuttled a scheduled opposition march to mark the anniversary of the protests. Public demonstrations have been effectively banned in Nicaragua since last year.

Friday was the anniversary of the first three deaths after the government and armed supporters moved to quash the protests last year.

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights says at least 325 people have died in the protests and government crackdown. Protests began in response to social security cuts and expanded to calls for Ortega’s ouster.

Ortega has maintained that last year’s protests were an attempted coup orchestrated by forces outside the country. International observers have found no evidence of a plot to overthrow of the one-time revolutionary who led the ouster of Anastasio Somoza in 1979.

More US sanctions

This week U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton announced additional sanctions against Nicaragua, European politicians called on the European Union to impose its own and Canada confirmed that it had cut nearly $20 million in direct aid to Ortega’s government.

James K. Hill, Canada’s ambassador to Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Honduras told the AP this week that repression by Nicaraguan authorities had led to the suspension of the financial support.

“Canada is concerned by the human rights situation and considers the repressive actions of the government unacceptable,” Hill said in a written response to the AP.

The government typically uses such direct foreign assistance to support its general budget. Canada suspended the assistance in August, but the government only confirmed it following a news report this week.

Hill said the aid carries conditions and wouldn’t be renewed until “there is satisfactory evidence of improvement with respect to the state of human rights in Nicaragua, which would be reported by independent sources.”

Canada continues to provide development assistance in Nicaragua — averaging about $15 million annually — through international and non-governmental organizations.

Voice of America


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