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Savannah State officials are responding to SIAC’s end of fall sports

Savannah State University athletics will suspend football, volleyball, and cross-country skiing for the 2020 fall season in accordance with the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) guidelines. SIAC is examining the possibility of shifting all autumn sports to the 2021 spring season. “The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) made the very difficult decision to extend the suspension of all sports and …

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Russia arrests space agency officials and accuses him of treason

MOSCOW – Russia’s secret police detained a reputable former reporter, who has served as an advisor to the country’s chief space officer for the past few months, and accused him of treason for disclosing secrets to a NATO country. Life News, a boulevard news site with close ties to the security apparatus, released a video of former reporter Ivan I. …

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Hong Kong officials “very disappointed” with Canada’s attempt to suspend the extradition pact

Pedestrians walk past government-sponsored advertisements in Hong Kong, China on June 30, 2020 to promote a new national security law. Billy HC Kwok | Getty Images Senior officials in Hong Kong said on Saturday that they were “very disappointed” with Canada’s decision to suspend the extradition treaty with the Chinese-governed city, and again hit Washington for “interference” in its affairs. …

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The United States restricts visas to Chinese officials because of Hong Kong freedoms: Pompeo

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Friday that Washington had issued visa restrictions to Chinese officials responsible for restricting Hong Kong freedoms, but did not mention any of those affected. FILE PHOTO: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo holds a press conference on June 24, 2020 in Washington, USA, on how to deal with China and Iran …

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The Senate body asks ex-Obama officials for Hunter Biden documents

This week’s request – a follow-up to December when the panel asked the same former officials for documents and testimony during the impeachment investigation into Trump’s Ukraine deal – followed the publication of former national security adviser John Bolton’s memoir on Tuesday in which he Trump has denied military aid to Ukraine last year in return for promising to investigate …

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Elijah McClain’s mother says officials “murdered” her son when the governor appointed a special prosecutor to investigate

The mother of Elijah McClain, a 23-year-old black man who died last summer after being confronted by police in Aurora, Colorado, says her son was murdered. After almost 3 million people signed a petition Colorado governor Jared Polis called on Thursday to re-examine McClain’s case and appointed the attorney general as special prosecutor. Attorney General Phil Weiser will now investigate …

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The new leader of Labor fires officials for anti-Semitism

LONDON – In a crucial breach with the left wing of the opposition Labor Party in the UK, the new chairman dismissed a senior legislature on his leadership team on Thursday for publishing an article online that the party believed contained an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory. The dismissal of new Labor leader Keir Starmer marked a clear departure from dealing with …

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Trump officials were taken aback by his desire to meet Kim Jong Un

President Donald Trump’s idea of ​​meeting North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in person at the Korean border surprised his top advisers, according to former national security advisor John Bolton. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo described it as “total chaos,” Bolton wrote in his upcoming memoirs. “I felt sick that a stray tweet could actually lead to a meeting, although …

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