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“russian plane crash” – Google News: 24-year-old pilot killed in plane crash – Yahoo! Voices


24-year-old pilot killed in plane crash  Yahoo! Voices

“russian plane crash” – Google News


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RSS: Офицеры Дальневосточного ВОКУ в ходе сборов повысили уровень профессионально-должностной подготовки


С офицерами состоялись теоретические и практические занятия, на которых военнослужащие сдали зачеты по огневой, тактической и другим видам боевой подготовки.

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Voice of America – English: Justice department watchdog opens inquiry on 2020 elect


On the same day the Department of Justice’s inspector general opened an investigation as to whether any current or former officials “engaged in an improper attempt” to overturn the 2020 presidential election, the U.S. Senate accepted the Articles of Impeachment against former President Donald Trump. Plus, a court in Uganda has ordered security forces to end the de facto house arrest of opposition leader Bobi Wine, calling it unlawful and a violation of his rights. And using technology to empower youth.

Download audio: https://voamedia.voanews.com/pd/p/2446332/sp/244633200/serveFlavor/entryId/1_a0bhvm1q/v/1/ev/2/flavorId/1_3g7y7u03/fileName/Justice_department_watchdog_opens_inquiry_on_2020_election_(VOA_MP3_128Kbps).mp3/name/a.mp3

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Voice of America – English: Justice department watchdog opens inquiry on 2020 elect


On the same day the Department of Justice’s inspector general opened an investigation as to whether any current or former officials “engaged in an improper attempt” to overturn the 2020 presidential election, the U.S. Senate accepted the Articles of Impeachment against former President Donald Trump. Plus, a court in Uganda has ordered security forces to end the de facto house arrest of opposition leader Bobi Wine, calling it unlawful and a violation of his rights. And using technology to empower youth.

Download audio: https://voamedia.voanews.com/pd/p/2446332/sp/244633200/serveFlavor/entryId/1_a0bhvm1q/v/1/ev/2/flavorId/1_3g7y7u03/fileName/Justice_department_watchdog_opens_inquiry_on_2020_election_(VOA_MP3_128Kbps).mp3/name/a.mp3

Voice of America – English


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Voice of America – English: Daybreak Africa


Voice of America – English


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RSS: Более 700 гранатометчиков общевойсковой армии ВВО вышли на полигоны


В рамках занятий гранатометчиками будут выполнятся стрельбы из автоматических гранатометов станковых (АГС-17) и ручных противотанковых гранатометов (РПГ-7В).

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News: US Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell drops objection to power-sharing deal with Democrats


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“syria kurds russia” – Google News: Turkish defense technology – TandaaBiashara


Turkish defense technology  TandaaBiashara

“syria kurds russia” – Google News


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NYT > World > Europe: Your Tuesday Briefing


Travellers, wearing face masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, walk along the departure hall of the Zaventem international airport in Brussels, Friday, Jan. 22, 2021. European Union nations are searching ways to contain the pandemic and several are looking to limit non essential travels for the next weeks. Belgium has been at the forefront of that fight and authorities will decide late Friday whether to ban all leisure travel for a month.

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Voice of America – English: California: Criminal Rings Loot Billions in Jobless Funds


Sophisticated hackers, identity thieves and overseas criminal rings stole more than $11 billion in unemployment benefits from California last year, but the extent of the fraud might grow far larger: billions more in payments are under investigation. 

California Labor Secretary Julie Su told reporters in a conference call Monday that of the $114 billion the state paid in unemployment claims, about 10% have been confirmed as fraudulent, or $11.4 billion. 

Nearly $20 billion more — another 17% — is considered suspicious, and a large part of that could be found to be fraud, she said. 

“There is no sugarcoating the reality,” Su said. “California did not have sufficient security measures in place to prevent this level of fraud, and criminals took advantage of the situation.” 

Nearly all of the fraudulent claims were made through the federally supported Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program. 

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