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Wall Street Journal reporter says she was fired for advocating for press freedom in Hong Kong

As it happens7:14Wall Street Journal reporter says she was fired for advocating for press freedom in Hong Kong When Selina Cheng was elected head of a press freedom organization in Hong Kong, she didn’t expect her very first press conference to be about her firing from her own job. Cheng says she was fired as a reporter for the Wall …

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Australian soldier and her husband accused of spying for Russia

An Australian soldier and her husband accused of spying for Russia were denied bail on Friday, the first charges against suspected agents under Australia’s sweeping 2018 espionage laws. Kira Korolev, 40, and her husband, Igor Korolev, 62, are Russian-born Australian citizens and hold Russian passports. They did not appear in person and were represented by lawyers in the Brisbane Magistrates …

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Verdict in unusual trial of confessed Winnipeg serial killer to be delivered Thursday

WARNING: This story contains disturbing details. The fate of a Winnipeg man who confessed to killing four women but denies criminal responsibility will be decided Thursday after an unusual trial for the confessed serial killer. Jeremy Skibicki’s lawyers argued that he was driven by delusions related to schizophrenia and hearing voices that made him believe he was on a mission …

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Canadian spy agency chief announces he is stepping down

David Vigneault, director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), announced on Thursday that he is stepping down from his top position at the spy agency after seven years. In a press statement, Vigneault said serving as CSIS director had been “a privilege” and “one of the most challenging and rewarding periods I have ever had.”[s] in my career.” During …

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At least 9 dead reported after Israeli army orders evacuation of Khan Younis

At least nine people were killed in an Israeli strike in the southern Gaza town of Khan Younis, Palestinian health officials said on Tuesday, a day after Israel ordered parts of the town to be evacuated in preparation for a ground operation. The overnight strike hit a house near the European Hospital, which is in the zone Israel says must …

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange pleads guilty to spying charges as part of deal with US

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge in a deal with the US Department of Justice that will resolve a long-running legal saga that spanned multiple continents and centered on the publication of a trove of secret documents , according to court documents filed late Monday. WikiLeaks said in a statement Monday that Assange had left …

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Indiana girl accused of stealing $2K from corn stand – FOX13 Information Memphis

HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. — An Indiana girl is accused of taking cash from a self-serve corn stand over a number of weeks, which resulted in a $2,000 loss for the enterprise homeowners, in line with court docket paperwork. >> Learn extra trending information Teresa Lynn Kiner, 67, of Greenfield, was arrested and charged with 18 Degree 6 felony counts of …

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