Updated 9:54 am CDT, Thursday, September 27, 2018 This undated handout file photo issued by the Metropolitan Police shows the Russian National named as Ruslan Boshirov. An online investigations group has published what it says is the real identity of one of the prime suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack. The investigative group Bellingcat says it has identified one of the two suspects in the poisoning of an ex-Russian spy as a highly-decorated colonel of the Russian military intelligence agency GRU. Bellingcat said Wednesday, Sept. 26 that the suspect whose passport name was Ruslan Boshirov is in fact Col. Anatoliy Chepiga. (Metropolitan Police via AP) less This undated handout file photo issued by the Metropolitan Police shows the Russian National named as Ruslan Boshirov. An online investigations group has published what it says is the real identity of one of ... more Photo: Metropolitan Police, AP … [Read more...] about Russian paper: Villagers ID Russian suspect in UK poisoning
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HCMC proposes adjusting HCMC-Can Tho express railway project The scheduled route of the HCMC-Can Tho high-speed railway project as proposed by the Ministry of Transport Hospital projects in HCMC’s gateway areas yet to be approved While hospitals in the downtown area of HCMC are overloaded, three projects to upgrade general hospitals in the city’s outlying districts of Hoc Mon, Cu Chi and Thu Duc have yet to be approved. Deadly music festival organizer released A view of the Autumn Music Gala called “Trip to the Moon” Le Thai Son, director of A Chau Connected Agency which organized a music festival in which seven people died and five others were hospitalized in critical condition due to drug overdoses, was released on September 22, a day after being detained by the Hanoi Police, as the municipal People’s Procuracy did not approve his arrest, reported Lao Dong newspaper. Son was taken into police custody to serve an investigation into his alleged … [Read more...] about Social News 26/9
By Star staff Thu., Sept. 20, 2018 Torstar Corp. publisher of The Toronto Star, says it has agreed to buy Ottawa-based digital media service iPolitics Inc. to help expand its political coverage for print and digital audiences. Following the expected closing of the transaction on Oct. 1, Torstar daily newspapers and websites across the country will soon begin publishing articles from iPolitics, a non-partisan digital service that covers federal and provincial politics with a focus on policy development. Torstar in a statement Thursday said The Toronto Star and iPolitics will retain separate news bureaus in Ottawa, headed respectively by a separate bureau chief and a separate editor. Launched in 2010 by founder and editor James Baxter, iPolitics provides its subscribers with daily political news and industry briefs, a quarterly magazine, podcasts and specialized parliamentary monitoring services. Torstar publishes several daily newspapers in Ontario, English-language … [Read more...] about Torstar to buy political news outlet iPolitics
By Madalyn Mendoza, mySanAntonio.com Updated 5:56 pm CDT, Friday, September 7, 2018 Alanna Sarabia The former co-host of WOAI's San Antonio Living now hosts WFAA's "Good Morning Texas," in a top-5 market, which allows her to interview big names like Tyra Banks. Alanna Sarabia The former co-host of WOAI's San Antonio Living now hosts WFAA's "Good Morning Texas," in a top-5 market, which allows her to interview big names like Tyra Banks. Photo: Twitter, Instagram Screengrabs Evy Ramos Ramos, who once anchored the evening newscasts at WOAI, is sporting a new look. Evy Ramos Ramos, who once anchored the evening newscasts at WOAI, is sporting a new look. Photo: Twitter, Instagram Screengrabs Jeff Goldblatt Goldblatt went from the KENS 5 news desk to manning the camera for Mayor Ron Nirenberg's "Ask Ron" Facebook live videos. Jeff … [Read more...] about San Antonio news personalities: Where are they now?
Criminal proceedings launched against cocaine trafficking in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Ba Ria-Vung Tau police are keeping the cocaine for investigation The southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau has decided to launch criminal proceedings against a drug trafficking case involving 119 kilogrammes of cocaine, said Senior Lieutenant Colonel Nguyen Van Luyen, spokesperson of the provincial Police Departmenton August 1. Luyen said that the drugs were discovered in one of 17 waste containers on July 24 and were tested by the Criminal Technology Agency under the Ministry of Public Security before being handed over to Ba Ria-Vung Tau police. Theprocess of handing over and storing the drugswas supervised by representatives of the provincial People’s Procuracy. Police will soon summon relevant people for questioning, including the owner of the 17 waste containers– the Pomina 2 steel company. Police will also open the rest 16 containers for inspection. Currently, the drugs are being kept … [Read more...] about Social News 4/8