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At least 12 dead, tigers on loose in Georgian capital flooding

Georgia floodingAt least 12 people are reported to have died and a number of others were missing following flooding that destroyed enclosures at the zoo in Georgia's capital of Tbilisi, leaving animals including lions and tigers roaming the city.

Some of the animals that escaped — which also include bears and wolves — were captured or killed, and the search for those still on the loose continued Sunday, the news agency Civil.ge. reported.

It said that heavy rainfall started late Saturday and turned the Vere, normally a small stream, into a "raging river."

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U.S. To Put Heavy Weaponry in Eastern Europe

Us to put weapons in E. EuropeIn a significant move to deter possible Russian aggression in Europe, the Pentagon is poised to store battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and other heavy weapons for as many as 5,000 American troops in several Baltic and Eastern European countries, American and allied officials say.

The proposal, if approved, would represent the first time since the end of the Cold War that the United States has stationed heavy military equipment in the newer NATO member nations in Eastern Europe that had once been part of the Soviet sphere of influence. Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the war in eastern Ukraine have caused alarm and prompted new military planning in NATO capitals.

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Report: Russia, China Crack Snowden Docs

SnowdenUK intelligence agents have been moved because Russia and China can read files stolen by a US whistleblower, a senior government source has told the BBC.

The Sunday Times is reporting that Russia and China have cracked the encryption of the computer files.

The government source told the BBC the countries "have information" that led to agents being moved but added there was "no evidence" any had been harmed.

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Polish prosecutors: US is obstructing CIA prison probe

Piotr KosmatyThe U.S. is hampering Poland's investigation into the secret CIA prison by snubbing repeated requests for vital documents, including the Senate report detailing CIA prison locations and practices, a Polish prosecutor said Saturday.

Published in December, the summary of the report by the U.S. Senate's Intelligence Committee was redacted and did not mention Poland by name, but other facts in it pointed to the country and a secret CIA prison there from 2002-2003, where terror suspects were submitted to harsh treatment.

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Pakistan orders Save the Children to leave country

Pakistan expels Save the ChildrenPakistan has ordered the charity Save the Children to leave the country, with an official accusing the NGO of "anti-Pakistan" activities.

Police have sealed off their offices in Islamabad and foreign staff given 15 days to leave the country. Save the Children said it "strongly objected" to the action.  Pakistan has previously linked the charity to the fake vaccination programme used by the CIA to track down Osama Bin Laden.

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Israel-linked virus attacked nuke talks hotels, report claims

Israeli virus targets nuke talk hotelsThree European hotels that hosted negotiations between Iran and the world powers over limiting Iran’s nuclear program were targeted by a computer virus widely believed to be used as spyware by Israel, according to a leading cyber-security firm.

Three European hotels that hosted negotiations between Iran and the world powers over limiting Iran’s nuclear program were targeted by a computer virus widely believed to be used as spyware by Israel, according to a leading cyber-security firm.

The unnamed hotels each were targeted by a version of the Duqu virus about two weeks before hosting the negotiations, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing researchers at the cyber-security firm Kaspersky Lab ZAO, based in Moscow.

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FIFA suspends bidding process for 2026 World Cup amid graft probe

FIFA bidsSoccer’s scandal-ridden governing body has suspended the 2026 World Cup bidding process amid a widening probe into corruption at the organization and allegations of bribery during previous bid contests.

FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke said Wednesday that it would be “nonsense” to begin the process now. A decision had been due to be announced in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur in May 2017. But FIFA will now write to its members outlining a new time frame for the process.

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