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Funeral Notices 4/20/21

The Scranton Times-Tribune 21 Apr 2021
ALBERT, JOHN J. JR., Mill City, blessing service, Monday, Solfanelli-Fiorillo Funeral Home Inc., Scranton. Pallbearers. Norman Wardell, Anthony Heise, Dominick and Joseph Christiano, Arthur Vespignani and Paul Albert ... Memorial service, private ... Private burial, St. Catherine’s Cemetery, Moscow ... Interment, private, later date, Hickory Grove Cemetery.
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Czechs urge allies to expel Russian intelligence officers in act of solidarity

Metro USA 20 Apr 2021
PRAGUE (Reuters) – The Czech Republic will ask European Union and NATO allies to take action in solidarity with Prague in its row with Moscow, including expelling Russian intelligence officers from their countries, acting Foreign Minister Jan Hamacek said on Tuesday ... Moscow also denies involvement in the Skripal case.
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WorldCzechs urge allies to expel Russian intelligence officers in act of solidarity

Reuters 20 Apr 2021
The Czech Republic will ask European Union and NATO allies to take action in solidarity with Prague in its row with Moscow, including expelling Russian intelligence officers from their countries, acting Foreign Minister Jan Hamacek said on Tuesday ... Moscow also denies involvement in the Skripal case.
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Washington, Moscow discuss possible Biden-Putin summit

Manila Standard Today 20 Apr 2021
This combination of file pictures created on March 17, 2021 shows Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) during his annual press conference in Moscow on December 19, 2019, and US President Joe Biden speaking on the anniversary of the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the White House in Washington, DC on March 11, 2021.
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Dale D. Lindholm, M.D.

The Scranton Times-Tribune 18 Apr 2021
Dale D. Lindholm, M.D., 89, of Clarks Summit, died April 15 at Hospice of the Sacred Heart in Dunmore. He was born Dec. 4, 1931, in Duluth, Minn., and had lived in Clarks Summit for 43 years. He retired as a physician in 2004, having maintained a private practice in internal medicine and nephrology in both Scranton and Moscow since 1978 ... Dr ... ....
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Francis R. Regan Sr.

The Scranton Times-Tribune 17 Apr 2021
Francis R. Regan Sr., 92, of Tobyhanna, died early Wednesday morning, April 14, 2021, while under hospice care in his home. He was the husband of the late Ann Marie (Lynch) Regan, with whom he shared 58 years of marriage at the time of her death on July 1, 2012 ... Sr ... Private burial will take place at a later date in St. Catherine’s Cemetery in Moscow.
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U.S. imposes stiff sanctions on Russia, blaming it for major hacking operation

The Philadelphia Tribune 16 Apr 2021
In an executive order, Biden announced a series of additional steps — sanctions on 32 entities and individuals for disinformation efforts and for carrying out Moscow’s interference in the 2020 presidential election ... The finding comports with the findings of private cybersecurity companies.
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Texas Family Loses Battle to Keep Land at Border Despite Biden's Wall Policy - Reports

Urdu Point 16 Apr 2021
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 16th April, 2021) Part of a Texas family's private land near the Mexico border will be confiscated by the Federal government after years of legal battles, Politico reported, citing the family member who fears that US President Joe Biden would ...
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In its battle for influence, Russia's soft power strategy seeks to reshape Syria's future

The New Arab 15 Apr 2021
Moscow's role in Syria is often referenced through its military intervention, but the Kremlin is also using soft power tactics to shape a future elite and establish lasting influence ... Moscow's role in Syria is often referenced through its military strength, the intervention in favour of Assad in 2015, or Russia's economic interests.
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Biden's Order Allows US to Expand Russia Sovereign Debt Sanctions as Appropriate - Blinken

Urdu Point 15 Apr 2021
Blinken said the United States has engaged with Russia to express its concerns over Moscow's alleged actions, such interfering in the 2020 US elections and the hack against SolarWinds and other private and government entities.
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Must-reads

Straits Times 15 Apr 2021
The Biden administration yesterday announced tough new sanctions on Russia in response to the Kremlin's interference in US elections and its sprawling hacking operation that breached vital government agencies and private companies. Russia's Foreign Ministry said it was "unavoidable" that Moscow would respond to the sanctions.� THE BIG STORY ... WORLD.
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William P. Meehan

The Scranton Times-Tribune 14 Apr 2021
William P. Meehan, 43, of Scranton, passed away Sunday at Geisinger Community Medical Center in Scranton. His wife, the former Nicole Nicholas, and twin daughters, Aislinn and Hannah survive him ... Meehan ... A funeral Mass will be held on Thursday at 11 a.m ... Elm St., Scranton ... Catherine’s Cemetery in Moscow. Viewing hours will be held privately with family.
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Great Russian writers who didnt do so well at school

Beijing News 14 Apr 2021
1. Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837) ... Petersburg ... 2 ... The author of 'The Poem of the End' studied at several private schools. At the age of nine, Tsvetaeva entered a girls' gymnasium in Moscow, but shortly after, left for Europe with her family ... In 1906, after the death of her mother, Tsvetaeva returned to Moscow and entered another private girls' gymnasium.
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Intel assessment warns of increasing threats from China, Russia

The Hill 13 Apr 2021
intelligence agencies assessed in January was “likely” carried out by Russian hackers and compromised at least nine agencies and 100 private sector groups. The ODNI wrote that the SolarWinds incident “demonstrates Moscow’s capability and intent to target and potentially disrupt public and private organizations in the United States.”.
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Great Russian writers who didn’t do so well at school

Russia Beyond 13 Apr 2021
1 ... Petersburg ... The author of ‘The Poem of the End’ studied at several private schools. At the age of nine, Tsvetaeva entered a girls’ gymnasium in Moscow, but shortly after, left for Europe with her family ... In 1906, after the death of her mother, Tsvetaeva returned to Moscow and entered another private girls’ gymnasium ... .
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