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Russia’s Sick Holocaust on Ice

Russia Holocaust in iceOn Sunday night, viewers of Russia’s state-owned Channel One saw a dance performed by an Olympic champion in figure skating Tatyana Navka and a well-known actor Andrei Burkovsky. The dynamic dance routine featured spins and jumps and other complicated moves. A few times both dancers shined smiles at their audience.

There was just one extraordinary feature, which made some television viewers stop talking last night and freeze with open mouths: the dancers came onto the ice with made-up gaunt faces, dressed in the striped uniforms of Nazi concentration camps prisoners, with Stars of David on sewn onto them.

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First commercial US-Havana flight lands as country mourns

Jet Blue lands in CubaPassengers erupted into applause as the first commercial flight from the United States to Havana in more than 50 years landed in Cuba, arriving as the island begins week-long memorial services for revolutionary leader Fidel Castro.

Cubans saluted the packed American Airlines flight by spraying water from firetrucks above the plane as it taxed along the runway at Jose Marti International Airport in honor of the inaugural voyage.

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Making France Great Again: Fillon on Trump's footsteps?

Fillon making France great againFrancois Fillon, the seasoned French politician who won the weekend's Republican primaries is nothing like Donald Trump; the two are very different political animals with different characters and different pedigrees. But their platforms and visions for their countries are too close for comfort.

Fillon, like Trump, has pulled off an upset against his strong rivals, former President Nicolas Sarkozy and former Prime Minister Alain Juppe. He's also leading in the polls ahead of France's presidential elections.

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Norway supreme court won't offer Snowden safe passage

Snowden denied safe passage by NorwayThe Norwegian supreme court rejected Edward Snowden's bid to travel to Norway with a guarantee that he wouldn't be extradited to the U.S.

The former National Security Agency contractor launched his push in April in an attempt to travel to the country and receive the Ossietzky Prize in Oslo for his "outstanding efforts for freedom of expression," according to the BBC.

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Fidel Castro, Cuba's leader of revolution, dies at 90

Fidel Castro diesCuba's former president Fidel Castro, one of the world's longest-serving and most iconic leaders, has died aged 90.

His younger brother and successor as president Raul Castro announced the news on state television.

Castro toppled the government in 1959, introducing a Communist revolution. He defied the US for decades, surviving many assassination plots.

His supporters said he had given Cuba back to the people. Critics saw him as a dictator.

TVNL Comment:  Do your own research.  Look up Fulgencio Batista and learn the role of the US in supporting the worst dictators of Central and South America.  Learn about the repeated attempts to assissinate Castro by the US...and why Castro turned to the Soviets.  Long story.  Worth hearing the truth.

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Israeli police to probe alleged Netanyahu submarine scandal

Netanyahu submarine scandalIsrael’s most senior law officer has ordered an investigation into an alleged scandal involving one of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s closest confidants over a controversial deal to buy German submarines.

The affair – which has dominated Israeli headlines for days – involves allegations of a serious conflict of interest in the purchase of the submarines.

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At least 67 killed in construction accident at Chinese power plant

At least 67 killed in China power plant accidentAt least 67 people were killed Thursday when a platform that was under construction at the cooling tower of a power plant in eastern China collapsed, state media reported.

The incident happened at the Fengcheng plant in Jiangxi province at around 7 a.m. local time, the official news agency Xinhua said.

State TV reported that rescuers were trying to free one person who was trapped.

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