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China Should Be ‘More Concerned’ About US Debt Than Washington - Paulson

Former US Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson stated that China should be more concerned about the size of the US debt as the country's second largest creditor behind Japan.

Russia Remains Final Holder of Ukraine’s $3 Billion Debt - Finance Minister

According to Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov, Russia was the final holder of Ukraine's Eurobonds issued on December, 2013.

Muslim Rock Idea Shows Lack of US Anti-ISIL Propaganda Policy

According to former CIA officer, the US asking Sony Pictures Entertainment to find a Muslim version of Western rock musician Bob Geldof to counter Islamic State propaganda demonstrates that US President Barack Obama lacks a coherent strategy to address extremist information operations.

Citi Economist Argues for Abolishing Cash

Abolishing cash might be the way to solve the world’s central banks’ problem with negative interest rates, according to Citigroup Chief Economist Willem Buiter.

Mike Huckabee Has Launched a 2016 Exploratory Committee. Read These 6 Stories About Him Now.

On Friday, Mike Huckabee, the Baptist preacher and former Republican governor of Arkansas, let it slip that he recently formed an exploratory committee in anticipation of a potential presidential bid. He followed up by appearing on Bret Baier's evening Fox News show to announce that... Show More Summary

Five Persons Charged With Exporting Technology to Iran - US Justice Dep't

Five individuals and four corporations were charged on Friday with exporting technology to Iran in violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) in an attempt to circumvent US sanctions imposed on Tehran, US Department of Justice announced in a release.

US National Guard Referred to Ferguson Protesters as ‘Enemy Forces’

Newly released documents reveal that, as the National Guard prepared to descend on the protesters in Ferguson last year following the fatal shooting of unarmed African-American teenager Michael Brown by white Officer Darren Wilson, they were using language typically reserved for wartime adversaries.

Families of Holocaust Victims Sue France for War Crimes in US Court

Descendants of Holocaust victims have filed a lawsuit in the United States accusing France's national railway (SNCF) of seizing the property of tens of thousands of Jews and others sent to Nazi concentration camps from France.

New ‘Space Trash’ Laser May Tidy Up Earth’s Orbit

A new combination telescope-laser is currently in development, to combat the growing issue of space trash - debris released into Earth’s orbit from human activities in the solar system.

European Activists to Protest Against US-EU Free Trade Agreement Saturday

Activists from all over Europe will take to the streets on Saturday in the framework of the Global Day of Action against Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), a proposed agreement on free trade between the United States and the European Union.

Fitch Maintains Russia’s Sovereign Rating, Energy Minister Says

Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said that Fitch rating agency had postponed the discussion of the situation in Russia and was not planning to change the country's rating.

Georgia Mom, 35, Who Hosted Underage Sex, Drugs Party Also Took Naked Bubble Bath With Teens

A judge recently stripped Rachel Lehnardt of custody of her five children due to an assortment of troubling behavior, court records show. read more

Georgia Mom, 35, Who Hosted Underage Sex, Drugs Party Also Took Naked Bubble Bath With Teens

The Georgia woman arrested for hosting an underage sex and drugs party lost custody of her children e read more

UK Labour Reaffirms Commitment to Renew Trident Nuclear Program

The British Labour's proposal to reduce the number of nuclear submarines for replacement does not mean the party will abandon its commitment to the Trident program, UK Shadow Secretary of State for Defense Vernon Coaker said Friday.

Hezbollah Calls on Arab States to Speak Out Against Airstrikes in Yemen

The leader of Hezbollah, a Lebanon-based Shia insurgent group, urged Arab countries on Friday to oppose Saudi Arabia’s Yemen policy.

Hillary Clinton Offers Little To Make New Impression in Iowa

Iowans wanted to see her up close, but that didn't happen. When Hillary Clinton unsurprisingly announced that she would run for president earlier this week, she said she wanted to start small. While hitting the road in Iowa, her first campaign stop, she stuck to her word. Show More Summary

TheRealDeal: Online Marketplace Offers Zero-Day Exploits to Hackers

Hackers are now turning to a Dark Web marketplace called TheRealDeal Market to buy and sell zero-day exploits, codes they use to take advantage of software vulnerabilities that manufacturers do not yet know exist.

Over 100,000 Italians Sign Petition on EU Withdrawal Referendum - Lawmaker

An Italian political party has collected over 100,000 signatures in support of a consultative referendum on the country's withdrawal from the Eurozone, an Italian member of the European Parliament told Sputnik Friday.

Four UK Navy Members Charged With Sexual Assault in Canada - Police

Four British military personnel have been charged with sexual assault in Canada, the Canadian Forces Military Police said in a statement Friday.

Newly Discovered Protein “Turbo-Charges” Immune System to Kill All Cancers

In what some are calling a “game-changer” in cancer treatment, scientists at Imperial College in London have discovered a “turbo-charging” protein that boosts the immune system enough to fight off chronic illnesses - and the ability for them to come back.

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