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Moscow, today: Police stopping people to read their phone messages
Police officers in Moscow today are stopping people, demanding to see their phones, READING THEIR MESSAGES, and refusing to release them if they refuse.
As everybody know thanks to Moscow’s citizen Mr. Edward Snowden, In USA authorities are doing it remotely, automatically and to everybody :-)
Mayor among dead as gunmen storm town hall in Mexico
Gunmen have killed the mayor of a small town in south-western Mexico, and at least 17 others, officials have confirmed.
21 Inmates Dead, 66 Injured In Ecuador Prison Clashes
Violence in Ecuador's prisons, where drug gangs with ties to Mexican cartels vie for power, is often carried out with knives and sometimes involves beheadings.
Man, 37, Denied Food Delivery Because He Looked Under 25
Mr Wilford who has cystic fibrosis and diabetes had spent the last of his cash on the order.
Two Russians fleeing military service seek U.S. asylum
Two Russians fleeing military service have claimed asylum in the United States after arriving by boat in Alaska, authorities said on Thursday.
Four-member SpaceX crew safely docks with space station
A four-member SpaceX Crew Dragon team, including a Russian cosmonaut and the first Native American woman sent to orbit, safely docked with the International Space Station (ISS) ...
About 82,000 still without power in Puerto Rico two weeks after Fiona
Around 82,000 homes and businesses were still without power in Puerto Rico on Thursday, over two weeks after Hurricane Fiona caused an island-wide outage for its 3.3 million peo...
Mexican economy minister resigns, dealing blow to trade team amid U.S. talks
Mexican Economy Minister Tatiana Clouthier stepped down on Thursday, depriving Mexico of one of its key trade negotiators as her government scrambles to head off a major dispute...
Human rights concerns grow over Ecuador prison riots -U.N. officials
United Nations human rights officials are concerned about Ecuador's prison violence crisis, they said on Thursday, after yet another riot at a Guayaquil jail left at least 13 in...
Cannabis stocks surge as Biden overhauls U.S. marijuana policy
Shares of U.S.-listed marijuana growers and sellers surged on Thursday after President Joe Biden took executive action to change U.S. policy on the drug, pardoning all prior fed...
Former Colombian finance ministers criticize Petro comments on central bank
A string of former Colombian finance ministers criticized the Andean country's President Gustavo Petro on Thursday after he took to Twitter to question the central bank's decisi...
Chile files charges against mining company for giant sinkhole
Chile's environmental regulator announced on Thursday four charges against Canadian-owned Lundin copper mine for a sinkhole that appeared at the site of one of its mines the nor...
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