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Philip J. Reid

The Scranton Times-Tribune 12 Jun 2021
20, 1961, in Scranton, he was the son of Ronald and Grace Reid of Moscow ... Private services will be conducted by the family. Arrangements by Duffy & Snowdon Funeral Home of Moscow ... ....
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Jason T. Sweet

The Scranton Times-Tribune 12 Jun 2021
Jason T. Sweet, 31, of Taylor, passed away at Regional Hospital in Scranton on June 9, 2021. Born July 10, 1989, in Scranton, he is the son of Robert T ... in the Howard J ... Interment will be conducted privately by his family. Arrangements by Duffy & Snowdon Funeral Homes of Scranton and Moscow ... ....
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Russian serviceman killed, three injured in Syria blast

The Economic Times 10 Jun 2021
Moscow has minimised its footprint in the fighting ...
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UK's Johnson Rebuffs Criticism of Taking Plane to Cornwall for G7 Climate Change Talks

Urdu Point 10 Jun 2021
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 10th June, 2021) UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday defended his decision to take a private jet to the G7 summit west of London, which is expected to focus on green transition.
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Philip Barker: The IOC's long road to adopting the Refugee Olympic Team

Inside The Games 10 Jun 2021
This was supported by former Latvian IOC member Jānis Dikmanis ... He had won 400 metres hurdles gold in 1972 and did return to compete at Moscow 1980, but the privations he experienced exacted a toll ... The project is funded by what the IOC describes as "generous donations from Olympic Movement partners, governmental institutions and private donations ... .
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US ambassador to Russia warned senators that Biden administration risks repeating predecessors' mistakes in dealing ...

News-Press Now 08 Jun 2021
The day before the White House announced that President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin would hold their first in-person meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, the US ambassador to Russia privately told lawmakers he's worried about Washington giving concessions to Moscow without getting anything in return.
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Wading into the city’s trash calamity: Steve Duin column

The Oregonian 06 Jun 2021
Whatever else I planned to write about this week turned to smoke and ash when Frank Moscow checked in with an update on the trashing of our city. I first wrote about Moscow and his brainchild, Adopt One Block, in April ... Moscow is a pivotal player these days for several reasons ... The root of the problem, Moscow argues, is formidable.
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Peru's SPIEF Delegation Explores Russia's Investment Opportunities - Ambassador to Moscow

Urdu Point 04 Jun 2021
Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF),� Juan Genaro del Campo Rodriguez, the country's Ambassador to Moscow, told Sputnik on the sidelines of the forum ... infrastructure, where Moscow has significant potential.
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White House sounds the alarm over high-profile cyberattacks

Press TV 03 Jun 2021
The White House has sounded the alarm over recent high-profile attacks against American projects like Colonial Pipeline and SolarWinds and sent out recommendations to the private sector over how to protect themselves from cyber intrusions ... The private sector has a distinct and key responsibility.
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Russian healthcare group EMC always ready to turn to capital markets-CEO

Metro USA 02 Jun 2021
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian private health clinic operator European Medical Centre (EMC) is always ready to turn to capital markets for funds and would be attractive to investors, its chief executive told Reuters.
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Biden to discuss cyberattacks with Putin in Geneva among other topics, White House says

Russia Today 02 Jun 2021
The discussion over penalizing the Russian government for the two recent cyberattacks comes after the Biden administration imposed new sanctions on Moscow in April, partly over last year’s SolarWinds hack, which penetrated US government and private-sector systems.
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Biden says he will bring up human rights abuses with Putin during meeting next month

News-Press Now 30 May 2021
Blinken also directly raised a range of aggressive Russian activities, including the Solar Winds hack that targeted private businesses and government, Moscow's election interference, the wrongful detention of US citizens in Russia, its detention of opposition activist Alexey Navalny, and the expulsion of each other's diplomats, the sources said ... .
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The White House says it believes US government agencies fended off latest Russia hack

Hartford Courant 29 May 2021
government agencies largely fended off the latest cyberespionage onslaught blamed on Russia intelligence operatives, saying the spear-phishing campaign should not further damage relations with Moscow ahead of next month’s planned presidential summit.
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US says agencies largely fended off latest Russian hackThe summit comes amid simmering tensions driven ...

Deccan Herald 29 May 2021
The summit comes amid simmering tensions driven in part by election interference by Moscow and by a massive breach of US government agencies and private corporations by Russian elite cyberspies who infected the software supply chain with malicious code.
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U.S. says agencies largely fended off latest Russian hack

The Marshall News Messenger 29 May 2021
government agencies largely fended off the latest cyberespionage onslaught blamed on Russia intelligence operatives, saying the spear-phishing campaign should not further damage relations with Moscow ahead of next month’s planned presidential summit.
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