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U.S.’ Mattis Says Russia Must Be Held Accountable For Cyber Attacks

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U.S.' Mattis Says Russia Must Be Held Accountable For Cyber Attacks

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Thursday that Russia must be held accountable for its attempts to hack the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

Mattis told a news conference that Russia must pay a price and a number of response options were available. He said he agreed with the determination made by the British and Dutch recently.

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Theresa May And Tony Blair In Heated Argument Over Brexit Deal

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Theresa May And Tony Blair In Heated Argument Over Brexit Deal

There was a public outcry between British prime minister Theresa May and former prime minister and Labour Party leader Tony Blair over the Brexit deal.

May was just short of calling Blair’s pronouncements irresponsible, but she said Blair was insulting voters and that his actions could undermine her government. Blair says the way to break the current impasse between the parliament and the prime minister is to hold another Brexit referendum.

Blair was prime minister from 1997 till 2007. He has accused the conservative leader, Theresa May, of being “irresponsible.”

Blair, who is against exiting the EU, is seizing on May’s unpopular deal in the house of commons to galvanize the public to demand a new vote.

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Gas Explosion Injures 42 In Japan

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Gas Explosion Injures 42 In Japan

Many residents of Sapporo in northern Japan are still in shock today after a suspected gas explosion injured forty-two persons in a restaurant. The building that also housed a real estate office was destroyed.

The explosion in Sapporo, the capital city of Japan’s northern main island of Hokkaido, threw debris across the area.  Some residents said the explosion felt like an earthquake.

Police say all injuries except one were not serious.

A shelter has been set up to accommodate dozens who were rendered homeless by the blast.

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Restaurateur Admits Trying To Frame Wife As Terrorist

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A Maryland restaurateur has admitted that he paid a man to frame his wife as a terrorist and burn down his restaurant.

The Capital reports 51-year-old Khalil Ahmad pleaded guilty on Wednesday to stalking his estranged wife. In exchange, cases pending against him in three Baltimore area counties were dropped.

Federal court documents say Ahmad already faced financial ruin and was worried about a divorce settlement’s financial impact. He discussed having her killed, but settled on paying an informant to frame her, with “a ballistic vest, firearm, bottles of alcohol and extremist jihad writings.”

Ahmad also planned to collect the insurance policy on his Pakistani restaurant, Allah Rakha, which means, roughly, “protected by God.”

He faces five years on the stalking charge, and could be deported upon his release.

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