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Germany: Was a Fake Syrian Refugee a Real Right-Wing Terrorist?

German fake refugee found with cache of weaponsLast Thursday morning, police officers caught up with a 28-year-old German lieutenant now known as Franco A. at a military installation near Hammelburg, a tiny city in Bavaria, where he was in the middle of a commando exercise. They pulled him out of a hole in the ground. The training course for lone fighters brags about the ability of its obstacle course to “bring participants to their physical and psychological limits”—and even before questioning, the lieutenant was, according to the officers, “physically exhausted.”

In fact, there was more going on than that. One can hardly wonder that Franco A. was worn out. He had been leading an extraordinary double—or one might say triple—life. Part of his time was spent as a model soldier, part as a right-wing extremist, and part as a bogus Syrian refugee under the alias of “David Benjamin,” who applied for asylum in Germany with nothing but a beginner’s course in Arabic and a stubble beard.

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U.S. Supreme Court sides with Venezuela over oil rigs claim

Oil rig decision by SCOTUS favors VenezuelaThe U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled against an American oil drilling company that claimed Venezuela unlawfully seized 11 drilling rigs in 2010.  Siding with Venezuela, the justices ruled 8-0, with Justice Neil Gorsuch not participating.

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Famed Swiss Climber Ueli Steck Killed In Fall Near Mount Everest

Swiss climber dies in fall near Mt. EverestAn experienced Swiss climber died on Sunday after he fell in the Everest region of Nepal during preparations to climb the world’s highest mountain, the first to perish in the current climbing season, officials said.

Ueli Steck, 40, died after falling to the foot of Mount Nuptse, a smaller peak in the area, said Mingma Sherpa of the Seven Summits Treks company that organized Steck’s expedition.

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Despite Trump demand, U.S. will pay THAAD costs

S. Korean THAAD to be paid for by USThe deployment has drawn protests from China, which says the powerful radar which can penetrate its territory will undermine regional security, and from local residents worried they will be a target for North Korean missiles.

About 300 residents rallied on Sunday as two U.S. Army trucks tried to enter the THAAD deployment site. Video provided by villagers showed protesters blocking the road with a car and chanting slogans such as “Don’t lie to us! Go back to your country!”

Police said they had sent about 800 officers to the site and two residents were injured during clashes with them.

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Russian rallies urge Putin not to run again; dozens arrested

Police detain Russian activistUnder the slogan "I'm fed up," demonstrators urging Vladimir Putin not to run for a fourth term rallied in cities across Russia on Saturday. Dozens were arrested in St. Petersburg and elsewhere.

The centerpiece rally in Moscow went peacefully, despite being unsanctioned by authorities. Several hundred people rallied in a park then moved to the nearby presidential administration building to present letters telling Putin to stand down from running in 2018.

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North Korea ballistic missile test fails, NBC News confirms

N. Korean missile test fails againNorth Korea test-fired a mid-range ballistic missile from the western part of its country Saturday, but the launch apparently failed, South Korea and the United States said Saturday.

The test will be condemned by outsiders as yet another step in the North's push for a nuclear-tipped missile that can strike the U.S. mainland.

South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement that the North fired the unidentified missile from around Pukchang, which is near the capital Pyongyang, but provided no other details.

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UK was given details of alleged contacts between Trump campaign and Moscow

UK wass given details of Trump -Moscow connectionThe UK government was given details last December of allegedly extensive contacts between the Trump campaign and Moscow, according to court papers.

Reports by Christopher Steele, a former MI6 officer, on possible collusion between the the Trump camp and the Kremlin are at the centre of a political storm in the US over Moscow’s role in getting Donald Trump elected.

It was not previously known that the UK intelligence services had also received the dossier but Steele confirmed in a court filing earlier this month that he handed a memorandum compiled in December to a “senior UK government national security official acting in his official capacity, on a confidential basis in hard copy form”.

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