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Last month, the New York Times reported that anti-money-laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank had flagged “suspicious activity” on the accounts of both Donald Trump and Jared Kushner in 2016 and 2017, advising that they be reported to a financial-crimes regulator—only to be told by higher-ups that their concerns were unfounded and to stop being so “negative.” And you’ll never believe it, but some people think that warrants further investigation!

In a letter sent to the Federal Reserve on Thursday, seven Democratic senators demanded that Fed chair Jerome Powell and John Williams, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, examine the transactions and whether Deutsche Bank complied with the law after employees raised the alarm. “Only by conducting a thorough review of the full range of this activity can we better understand what happened in these cases; what practices, procedures, or personnel may need to be changed at the bank; and what regulators should do to ensure the Federal Reserve’s ability effectively to monitor compliance with anti-money-laundering laws,” wrote Senator Chris Van Hollen. “This is a test of the Fed’s independence,” he added in an interview with the Times. “It would be gross negligence if they weren’t investigating.” Other Democrats who signed the letter include Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown.

According to the Times, just after Trump was elected president, transactions involving the Trump Organization were reviewed by the anti-financial-crimes Special Investigations Unit, resulting in multiple suspicious activity reports “involving different entities that Mr. Trump owned or controlled, according to three former Deutsche Bank employees who saw the reports in an internal computer system.” Yet the bank executives chose not to file the reports with the Treasury Department, despite the fact that three former employees said it was “unusual for the bank to reject a series of reports involving the same high-profile client.“ A similar situation occurred the year prior, wherein the company’s software flagged “a series of transactions” involving the real estate company of [Jared] Kushner,” which were then reviewed by longtime anti-money-laundering specialist Tammy McFadden, who found that “money had moved from Kushner Companies to Russian individuals.”

McFadden concluded that the suspicious transactions needed to be reported to the government and drafted a “suspicious activity report,” along with a number of documents supporting her decision. Then, strangely, the case went not to an unbiased group of anti-money-laundering experts but instead to the private-banking division, where managers had a relationship with Kushner. From there, the executives reportedly decided McFadden’s worries were “unfounded” and decided not to submit her report to the government, a decision she and her colleagues believe was made “to maintain the private-banking division’s strong relationship with Mr. Kushner.”

Last year, months after she started raising concerns about how the German lender was scrutinizing—or in this case, not scrutinizing—the accounts of high-profile customers, McFadden was fired. (Deutsche Bank says she wasn’t processing enough accounts, but McFadden says her supervisors cut the number of transactions she was assigned to review after she started asking questions, and both she and two former managers believe her firing was retaliatory.)

Deutsche Bank has been condemned by the Fed multiple times since the early 2000s over issues ranging from poor risk management to “sloppy financial accounting.” In May 2017 the central bank fined Deutsche $41 million and demanded it strengthen its money-laundering systems which had, among other things, reportedly processed billions of dollars in illicit transactions involving wealthy Russians.

Last month, much to Trump’s dismay, a judge ruled against the president’s attempt to block Deutsche Bank and Capitol One from turning over records about the Trump family and its businesses to the House Financial Services and Intelligence committees (the case will now go to an appeals court.) So today’s news is unlikely to boost his mood!

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Lenta.ru : Новости: Подавшая в суд на BadComedian кинокомпания раскрыла условия примирения

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Кинокомпания Kinodanz, подавшая в суд на блогера Евгения Баженова (BadComedian), назвала условие разрешения спора. В пресс-службе Kinodanz подчеркнули, что примирение с BadComedian может обсуждаться только в публичном поле, куда Баженов «вынес этот вопрос», что кинокомпания расценивает как попытку давления на нее.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: Inflation in Russia Slightly Accelerated in Early 2019, Now Showing Downward Trend – Putin

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ST. PETERSBURG (Sputnik) – Russia’s inflation slightly increased at the beginning of 2019 but is now showing a trend toward a decline, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: WATCH: Undercover Activists Capture Rampant Abuse on US Dairy Farm

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Fair Oaks Farms, the biggest dairy producer in Indiana, is currently under investigation after an animal rights group released undercover footage showing employees abusing calves.

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Газета.Ru – Новости дня: Россиянку приговорили к 7 годам тюрьмы в США за вывоз детей в РФ

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Суд в США приговорил россиянку Богдану Осипову к 7 годам тюрьмы за вывоз детей в Россию. Об этом сообщает РИА “Новости”.

По данным агентства, бывший муж россиянки требовал в суде приговорить ее к максимальному сроку.

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RT – Daily news: Internet brings down Coca-Cola partner farm after SHOCKING animal cruelty footage surfaces online

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Preview The Coca-Cola corporation has been forced to cut its ties with a farm supplying its milk company, after animal-rights activists released horrifying footage of animal cruelty on the farm and public outcry ensued.
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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: Netherlands 3-1 England: Eleven months on from Russia, the Three Lions fall flat in another semi-final – Goal.com

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Netherlands 3-1 England: Eleven months on from Russia, the Three Lions fall flat in another semi-final  Goal.com

England once again found themselves in the last four, but costly mistakes proved their undoing against the Netherlands.

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“Opposition in Russia” – Google News: The poisoning of the Abkhaz opposition leader – did or didn’t it happen? – JAMnews

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The poisoning of the Abkhaz opposition leader – did or didn’t it happen?  JAMnews

The leader of the united opposition, Aslan Bzhania has been in a serious condition in a hospital in Moscow since April 19, 2019. He has had trouble breathing …

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Voice of America: Missouri Secretary of State Blocks Referendum on ‘Heartbeat’ Abortion Law

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A move to authorize a referendum over Missouri’s recently enacted ban on abortions after the eighth week of pregnancy hit a roadblock on Thursday when the secretary of state rejected petitions filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri and others to get the issue to the ballot.

The rejection of the petitions by Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft was immediately challenged by abortion rights advocates, who vowed to sue him for “trying to deprive Missourians of their right to weigh in on the abortion question with a vote,” said Tony Rothert, executive director of the ACLU.

Missouri’s constitution gives citizens the right to veto a newly enacted laws by referendum.

In announcing his decision, Ashcroft said, “there are certain limits to the people’s right to a referendum.”

Anti-abortion legislation

On May 17, the legislature passed the so-called “Heartbeat Bill.” Governor Mike Parson, a Republican, then signed the bill into law, making Missouri one of eight states that have passed anti-abortion legislation this year.

Anti-abortion activists say the restrictive abortion laws are designed to be challenged in court. Eventually, they say, the newly installed conservative majority on the U.S. Supreme Court could use one of the laws to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that established a woman’s right to terminate her pregnancy.

“This cowardly move by the Secretary of State proves that Missouri’s anti-abortion zealots understand that they’re acting against the wishes of the majority,” Rothert said in a statement. 

“They hope to short-circuit the people’s vote because they know they will lose if the people get their say.”

No abortion clinics?

Ashcroft’s announcement came as the state awaits a ruling on whether Missouri will become the first U.S. state with no abortion clinics.

A legal fight is underway over Missouri’s refusal to renew the license of Reproductive Health Services of Planned Parenthood in St. Louis, the only clinic in the state that performs abortions.

The license was to expire on Friday, but a judge issued a temporary order to freeze it until he rules.

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Voice of America: Global Travelers’ Lungs Affected in Polluted Cities, Study Finds

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When healthy international travelers visit a city with higher levels of particle pollution than at home, their heart and lung function quickly deteriorate, a small study suggests. 

Travelers with existing respiratory or heart disease in particular may want to plan ahead to protect themselves in highly polluted places, the study authors write in the Journal of Travel Medicine. 

“Travelers may be exposed to a completely different environment in a new city, within a matter of hours, lacking the necessary knowledge and adaptation to pollution in those cities,” senior study author Terry Gordon of the New York University School of Medicine told Reuters Health by email. 

More than 1.2 billion people travel the world each year, and many who travel to “megacities” with more than 10 million residents may find themselves in areas with high levels of air pollution, he noted. 

Rarely considered

“Most international travelers get their vaccinations for infectious diseases and learn about diseases and disasters in their intended destinations,” he added. “Very few, however, even consider air pollution, which can harm their health and may ruin their overall travel experience.” 

Gordon and his colleagues recruited 34 healthy nonsmoking adults living in the New York City area who were planning international trips to large cities, and who agreed to measure their own cardiovascular and lung function before, during and after their trips. 

The researchers supplied each volunteer with devices for measuring blood pressure, heart rate and lung capacity and trained them to take these readings twice a day, starting a week before departure and continuing for a week after returning home. 

The participants, who visited cities in Africa, East Asia, Europe and South Asia, were also instructed to track symptoms like shortness of breath, coughing, chest tightness, wheezing, nasal congestion, lightheadedness and runny nose. 

Gordon’s team also gathered air pollution data from each traveler’s destination on average daily levels of so called PM 2.5, which is made up of ultrafine soot particles, dust and droplets that can penetrate deep into the lungs and bloodstream. PM 2.5 exposure has been tied to respiratory problems as well as heart disease, heart rhythm disturbances and stroke. 

Disparity in readings

Researchers found that PM 2.5 concentrations near the volunteers’ New York-area homes averaged just above 10 micrograms per cubic meter (m3) of air, while in the European destinations PM 2.5 readings ranged from the high teens in the mornings to the mid-20s in the evenings. In Africa and East 

Asia, levels ranged from just below 60 micrograms/m3 to just over 80. And in South Asia, they hovered around 100, although some locations in East and South Asia saw spikes up to 500 micrograms/m3. 

The travelers to East and South Asia experienced the most respiratory symptoms, particularly throat irritation, nasal congestion, cough and runny nose, as well as changes in heart rate variability. 

For all the volunteers, lung function in the evening seemed to be most affected by pollution concentrations in the morning. 

For instance, every 10 microgram/m3 increase in the morning PM 2.5 concentration was linked with a 7-milliliter decrease in the evening lung function test measuring the maximum amount of air a person can forcefully exhale in one second. 

Travel to a highly polluted city with PM 2.5 readings over 100 micrograms/m3 was associated with a greater than 200-milliliter reduction in lung function. Nonetheless, travelers with significant lung function decreases while abroad also showed an 80-milliliter increase in lung capacity when they returned home. 

“It was surprising that even some people who were originally from those visited cities (now studying in the U.S.) showed symptoms when they went home for a short visit,” Gordon said. “Then they recovered when they returned to the U.S.” 

Further study

The research team plans to study larger groups, as well as susceptible travelers who have heart conditions or asthma, as well as children, elderly travelers and those who are required to travel for their jobs, such as federal employees and the military. 

“While the study is focused on international travelers, it is also a unique opportunity to study more generally how changes in air pollution over short time scales impacts human health,” said Steve Hankey of Virginia Tech’s School of Public and International Affairs in Blacksburg. 

“No matter where you are in the world, it is always best to be aware of the current air quality conditions and take appropriate actions to reduce your exposure,” he said by email.

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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: The Real Russia. Today. An insulin medicine crisis, Leonid Volkov’s letter from jail, and why the Kremlin media hates HBO’s ‘Chernobyl’ – Meduza

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The Real Russia. Today. An insulin medicine crisis, Leonid Volkov’s letter from jail, and why the Kremlin media hates HBO’s ‘Chernobyl’  Meduza

As Saratov Region runs out of insulin, Meduza discovers medicine shortages all over Russia; An essay written by opposition activist Leonid Volkov in a Moscow …

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euronewsru’s YouTube Videos: Трагедия на Дунае: идентификация тел затруднена

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From: euronewsru
Duration: 01:35

10 человек всё ещё числятся пропавшими без вести после аварии прогулочного катера на Дунае. Идентификация поднятых из воды 25 тел затруднена. …
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“Opposition in Russia” – Google News: Venezuela: Pompeo Exposes Frustration Over Opposition Divisions as China, Russia Call for Non-Interference – Venezuelanalysis.com

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Venezuela: Pompeo Exposes Frustration Over Opposition Divisions as China, Russia Call for Non-Interference  Venezuelanalysis.com

The US Secretary of State claims efforts to unify the opposition have been “devilishly difficult.”

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