Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: House Speaker Pelosi Says She Wants Trump ‘In Prison’ – Report

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The House speaker has long resisted calls for the impeachment of President Trump, arguing that there is not enough popular support for the idea, and a failed impeachment attempt will result in Trump’s ratings skyrocketing instead.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: US State Department Fires Official Who Pulled Huge Arms Deal for Ex-Employer

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A man who used to work as a lobbyist for Raytheon but then switched to serving as a government employee in the State Department used his position to greenlight a massive arms sales to two Arab nations.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: CNN Sues FBI Over Access to Mueller Probe Memos

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The news agency is seeking access to FBI memos that form the backbone of the infamous Mueller Report. CNN first attempted to gain access through a Freedom of Information Act request, but when the bureau failed to respond resorted to a lawsuit.

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Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty: ‘Best Friends’ Putin, Xi Head For St. Petersburg After A Bit Of ‘Panda Diplomacy’

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and China’s Xi Jinping are heading off to an important economic summit in St. Petersburg after going to lengths to demonstrate what they called a great “friendship” with a little ‘panda diplomacy.”

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: Alerta de Google: fbi: FBI declassifies its brief investigation into the existence of Bigfoot

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Alerta de Google: fbi: FBI declassifies its brief investigation into the existence of Bigfoot
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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: Christopher Steele interview with DOJ ‘will be a car wreck,’ ex-intel officer Philip Mudd says – Washington Examiner

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Christopher Steele interview with DOJ ‘will be a car wreck,’ ex-intel officer Philip Mudd says  Washington Examiner

A former intelligence official predicted British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s intention to meet with Justice Department investigators “will be a car wreck” and a “hot …

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“Mikhail Khodorkovsky” – Google News: German media reported that Khodorkovsky, what extremes can go ‘mafia’ Putin and his syndicate to raise the fallen rating (PHOTO) – The Gal Post

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German media reported that Khodorkovsky, what extremes can go ‘mafia’ Putin and his syndicate to raise the fallen rating (PHOTO)  The Gal Post

Opposition politician and critic of the Kremlin, the former owner of YUKOS Mikhail Khodorkovsky gave an interview to the German media, which is extremely …

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“Right Cause party” – Google News: Nik Nazmi raises concerns over Latheefa’s MACC appointment – Nation – The Star Online

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Nik Nazmi raises concerns over Latheefa’s MACC appointment – Nation  The Star Online

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Voice of America: Canada Details Plans for 5G Internet Rollout

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Canada on Wednesday said it was preparing for the arrival of ultra-fast 5G internet service as it outlined plans to make more 5G spectrum available starting next year.

The federal Innovation Ministry released a paper outlining changes to an auction expected next year, a decision on a higher frequency millimeter wave spectrum in 2021, and a proposal for a new frequency in 2022.

“The next steps in our plan will continue to improve rural internet access and allow for the timely deployment of 5G connectivity while increasing the level of competition to lower prices for Canadians,” Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains said in a statement.

The government estimates that 5G wireless technologies could be a C$40 billion ($29.8 billion) industry in Canada by 2026, and it is investing C$199 million over five years to modernize spectrum equipment.

Canada has not yet said whether or not it will use 5G equipment provided by China-based Huawei Technologies Co Ltd.

The United States has accused Huawei of being tied to China’s government, and has effectively banned U.S. firms from doing business with the company for national security reasons.

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Аргументы и Факты: Во Флориде капитан прогулочного катера напугал пассажиров расстрелом

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Мужчина арестован по обвинению в управлении лодкой в состоянии алкогольного и наркотического опьянения

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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: Kazakhs set to elect new leader, little hope for opposition – Yahoo News

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Kazakhs set to elect new leader, little hope for opposition  Yahoo News

Kazakhs go to the polls on Sunday to elect their first new leader in 30 years, although ex-president Nursultan Nazarbayev’s influence will likely continue as his …

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“Opposition in Russia” – Google News: Kazakhs set to elect new leader, little hope for opposition – FRANCE 24

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Kazakhs set to elect new leader, little hope for opposition  FRANCE 24

Almaty (Kazakhstan) (AFP). Kazakhs go to the polls on Sunday to elect their first new leader in 30 years, although ex-president Nursultan Nazarbayev’s …

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Voice of America: Ebola Listening Projects Take Cues from Community to Improve Response

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Working in Liberia during the Ebola outbreak in 2015, researcher Katherina Thomas noticed that while experts and aid workers had lots to say, no one was listening to ordinary people affected.

She and a team set about interviewing patients and community members about their experiences, creating an oral history archive which she believes could help responders struggling to gain the trust of Ebola-hit communities in Congo today.

Ebola has been spreading in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo since August in the world’s second biggest outbreak, which has killed 1,354 people and surpassed 2,000 cases this week, according to government figures.

Struggling to contain outbreak

Aid workers have said they are struggling to contain the outbreak because of community resistance, with people refusing vaccines, concealing symptoms and attacking treatment centers.

“People are asking why community members don’t trust the responders, but I think we should be asking, why aren’t we trusting them?” said Thomas, currently a writer-in-residence at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard in the United States.

“They don’t have a seat at the table, but their voices and insights are so crucial,” she told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Reasons for resistance

Community resistance was also a problem during the West Africa outbreak, which hit Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, and the reasons were sometimes surprising, said Thomas.

She and her colleagues interviewed the young men who attacked an Ebola quarantine center in Liberia in 2014 and found they believed they were saving their community, she said.

Although the context is different in eastern Congo, an active conflict zone, Thomas said some of the insights are relevant and she hopes to make the archive available for public use.

The Red Cross has been leading efforts to collect community feedback during the current outbreak with over 700 volunteers doing interviews by going door-to-door.

Perceptions are changing

By analyzing which comments are most frequent and where, they have been able to see how perceptions of Ebola are changing and what concerns need to be addressed, said Ombretta Baggio, senior advisor for community engagement at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).

“If you start from where they are, they listen to you differently,” Baggio said of the people affected.

Right now, for example, there is a rumor going around that in treatment centers patients are given a pill to make them die, she said.

The West Africa outbreak reached a turning point when communities themselves became engaged in stamping out the disease, rather than just aid workers, she said.

“I think sharing those lessons learned — not by responders but by communities — would be so powerful,” said Baggio.

Voice of America


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Voice of America: Insys, Maker of Fentanyl Spray, to Pay $225 Million Settlement

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Insys Therapeutics Inc. agreed to pay $225 million and an operating unit will plead guilty to fraud to settle probes into their payment of kickbacks to induce doctors to prescribe highly addictive opioids, the U.S. Department of Justice said Wednesday.

Prosecutors said Insys used kickbacks and other illegal marketing practices to boost sales of Subsys, an under-the-tongue spray meant to treat pain in adult cancer patients and which contains fentanyl, an opioid 100 times stronger than morphine.

The settlement followed the May 2 conviction by a federal jury in Boston of five former Insys executives, including founder and former billionaire John Kapoor, of racketeering charges for contributing to the nation’s opioid epidemic.

Wednesday’s settlement calls for the operating unit, Insys Pharma, to plead guilty to five mail fraud counts.

​Profits over health

The Chandler, Arizona-based company will pay a $2 million fine, forfeit $28 million, and pay $195 million to settle charges it defrauded the government under the False Claims Act.

“For years, Insys engaged in prolonged, illegal conduct that prioritized its profits over the health of the thousands of patients who relied on it,” U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling in Massachusetts said. “Today, the company is being held responsible.”

Insys did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

The company has been exploring whether to divest its Subsys business, and had on May 10 said the probes could prompt it to seek bankruptcy protection. Insys’ share price has fallen 93% since late August.

Bribes and kickbacks

Prosecutors accused Insys of having from August 2012 to June 2015 used sham “speaker programs” as a means to pay bribes and kickbacks to doctors, who would then prescribe Subsys to more patients and in increased dosages, often with no medical need.

The Kapoor case marked a rare effort by prosecutors to hold individual executives responsible for the opioid epidemic.

Opioids, including prescription painkillers and heroin, were involved in a record 47,600 U.S. overdose deaths in 2017, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said.

Other lawsuits

Most U.S. states have sued Purdue Pharma LP, the maker of OxyContin, and several have sued members of its controlling Sackler family.

In April, meanwhile, Rochester Drug Co-operative Inc. in New York became the first large drug distributor to face federal felony charges for making the opioid epidemic worse. It agreed to pay a $20 million fine to settle.

Several other former Insys officials have admitted guilt related to Subsys. One, former Chief Executive Michael Babich, testified for the prosecution at Kapoor’s trial.

Voice of America


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“Russian elites” – Google News: Is Russia Cultivating ‘Symmetric Separatism’ in Karabakh? – Jamestown – The Jamestown Foundation

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Is Russia Cultivating ‘Symmetric Separatism’ in Karabakh? – Jamestown  The Jamestown Foundation

Moscow’s mistrust of the Armenian government headed by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan dates all the way back to his rise to power last year in the so-called …

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Voice of America: US Cruise Operators Stop Sailing to Cuba, Travelers Vent Anger Online

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Major U.S. cruise operators said on Wednesday they will no longer sail to Cuba following the Trump administration’s ban on travel to the Caribbean island, angering travelers and prompting worries about trip cancellations and company earnings.

The new restrictions are aimed at pressuring Cuba’s Communist government to reform and stop supporting Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

“Due to changes in U.S. policy, the company will no longer be permitted to sail to Cuba effective immediately,” Carnival Corp said.

A spokesman for Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd said the company had ceased all calls to Cuba and was modifying previously scheduled sailings.

The U.S. State Department said on Tuesday the country would no longer permit visits to Cuba via passenger and recreational vessels, including cruise ships and yachts, as well as private and corporate aircraft.

Airlines review regulations

American Airlines Group Inc, JetBlue Airways Corp and United Airlines, which started flying to Cuba in 2016, said they were reviewing the revised regulations.

Delta Air Lines Inc said it had stopped accepting bookings to Cuba under the so-called people-to-people license as of midnight on June 4. Customers who booked under the exemption before that time will be allowed to travel.

“The reduction in the number of travelers will probably mean the end of U.S. commercial air flights from places outside Florida because there won’t be sufficient demand to fill regular flights,” said William LeoGrande, a Cuba expert and a professor of government at American University.

The ban was effective as of Wednesday, the U.S. Commerce Department told Reuters, giving cruise lines no grace period to change destinations and sowing confusion among cruise passengers.

Both Carnival and Royal Caribbean said they would stop at different non-Cuban ports and would offer compensation to travelers.

Carnival said the guests currently aboard its Carnival Sensation cruise that set sail on June 3 would now stop in Mexican island Cozumel on Thursday instead of Havana. The company said the guests would receive a $100 onboard credit for the inconvenience.

“We are working as quickly as possible to secure alternative itineraries for the remainder of our Cuba voyages and expect to have information for sailings further out in the next 2-3 days,” Carnival said. It has three cruise lines that sail to Cuba.

Royal Caribbean said all cruises on the ‘Majesty of the Seas’ and ‘Empress of the Seas’ this year will have alternative ports in the Caribbean. It is also working on alternate itineraries for 2020 sailings.

Guests can cancel their current booking for a full refund, or can keep their sailing date with a new itinerary and receive a 50% refund, Royal Caribbean said.

Travelers frustrated 

On Tuesday, Royal Caribbean said its ships sailing Wednesday and Thursday would no longer stop in Cuba.

Travelers took to Twitter to vent their anger and frustration over the forced changes in their vacation plans.

“Has anyone’s cruise to Cuba from @CruiseNorwegian been rerouted yet? If so where did they change the port of call to? Im (sic) booked for July and PISSED! Thanks Trump!” tweeted Sabrina Carollo @superbri_22.

Susan Berland, a parenting coach from Huntersville, North Carolina, said she was enraged that a vacation designed around visiting Cuba had been upended by the Trump administration.

“To say I’m angry is an understatement. This whoe (sic) cruise was chosen around going to Cuba and now we can’t,” tweeted @SusanBerland.

Neither responded to requests for further comment.

Small  percent of sailings

Cuba accounts for a small percent of sailings at about 4% for Norwegian Cruise, about 3% for Royal Caribbean, and about a percent for Carnival, Wolfe Research analyst Jared Shojaian wrote in a note.

Shojaian said that while cruise lines can easily swap a Cuban port for another non-Cuban port, guests may have purchased the itinerary entirely for Cuba.

“That means cruise lines may need to issue refunds or future cruise credits to compensate guests, which makes forecasting the earnings impact to 2019 even harder, and potentially more of a headwind,” he said.

Shares of Norwegian Cruise closed down 3.5%, while Royal Caribbean and Carnival ended about 3% lower.

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Window on Eurasia — New Series: Putin Ordered Publication of Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact to Show Boldness and Sow Discord in West, Eggert Says

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Paul Goble
            Staunton, June 5 – Vladimir Putin ordered the publication of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact this year to “whitewash Stalin’s policies” so as to “troll” Western public opinion in the year of “the tragic anniversary of the beginning of the war unleashed by Hitler with Stalin’s support,” according to Konstantin Eggert.
            Unlike in the last “round” anniversaries of 1939, the Russian commentator continues, the Kremlin leader feels he has nothing to lose because comparisons between his aggressive and repressive policies with those of Stalin have become “practically a commonplace” across Europe (dw.com/ru/комментарий-пакт-молотова-риббентропа-факт-признанный-москвой/a-49049863).
            Unlike his post-Stalin predecessors who felt that the less said about such things the better, Putin has acted in his own characteristic way: “You say that we did this! We respond without reservation: yes, we did. We divided Europe with Hitler and we will continue to call black white when this is in our interests. And if need be, we will repeat what we have done.”
            “Be afraid, be very afraid.”
            With the publication of the facsimiles of the pact and its secret protocols, Eggert argues, “the Russian leadership has asserted for both internal and external consumption a new version of the history of a key event of the 20th century, significantly more radical than the version of the Khrushchev-Brezhnev ‘collective leadership.’”
            From the death of Stalin until perestroika, the Soviet leadership denied that there had been any secret protocols. Molotov went to his grave denying them. But gradually after the late 1980s, the fact of them proved too difficult to deny, and Moscow fell back on saying that if they existed, it couldn’t find them in the archives.
            Now, 30 years later, “a pseudo-research center financed by the Kremlin, the Institute for Foreign Policy Research and Initiatives” suddenly came up with them and published them.  That couldn’t have happened with Putin’s clearance, and he certainly was pleased with the defense of what Stalin had done in 1939 as a forced measure that his critics had done even worse.
            In contrast to the late Soviet version which essentially was based on the principle “’the less said, the better,’ the new Putin version which now will be made official and obligatory presupposes pride for the wide Stalin, hatred for Western democracies … and the assertion of the right of the strong regarding neighboring countries.”
            “All this is not so much about the past as about the present,” Eggert continues.  In Putin’s mind, there are precise analogues to the foreign governments Stalin had to deal with.  The US and NATO are the “’hypocritical’ Chamberlains,” and the Baltic countries, Poland and Ukraine are the “Russophobic” threat, one that can only be dealt with by military means.
            When the news came that the secret protocol had been published, Eggert says, he called his friend, British historian Roger Moorhouse, the author of the most complete history of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, The Devils Alliance: Hitler’s Pact with Stalin, 1939-1941 (London, 2016).
            “On the one hand, this is a good thing,” Moorhouse said; “but on the other, Russia following the USSR continues to deny the obvious. It is still afraid of looking at its own history with clear eyes.”  Eggert says that the situation is even worse: Putin and his people in the Kremlin “think that they are speaking the truth.”
            “They very much want to ‘repeat’ all this. The question now is will they take the risk?”

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GOLDSTEIN: MPs send Michael Cooper down Orwell’s ‘memory hole’  Toronto Sun

Here are the banned words Conservative MP Michael Cooper quoted from accused Christchurch, New Zealand terrorist Brenton Tarrant’s manifesto that blew up …

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Michael Novakhov on Twitter from Michael_Novakhov (4 sites): mikenov on Twitter: Mr. Pompeo and COINTELPRO: The Fatal Attraction – 7:25 PM 6/5/2019 #Attention: #FBI #CIA #ODNI #Counterintelligence #TrumpInvestigations #Trump and #Trumpism – #Review Of #News #And #Opinions: trumpandtrumpism.com #TrumpNewsReview – #OperationKaiserTrump By #NewAbwehr #Truth! pic.twitter.com/WCAixVdq4z

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Mr. Pompeo and COINTELPRO: The Fatal Attraction – 7:25 PM 6/5/2019
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Michael Novakhov on Twitter from Michael_Novakhov (4 sites): mikenov on Twitter: Mr. Pompeo and COINTELPRO: The Fatal Attraction – 7:25 PM 6/5/2019 trumpinvestigations.org/blog/2019/06/0…

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Michael Novakhov on Twitter from Michael_Novakhov (4 sites): mikenov on Twitter: State Department program targeting critics of Trump’s Iran policy draws congressional scrutiny motherjones.com/politics/2019/… via @MotherJones

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State Department program targeting critics of Trump’s Iran policy draws congressional scrutiny motherjones.com/politics/2019/… via @MotherJones


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