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Turkey, Russia discuss involving other countries in Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire efforts Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday he and Russian President Vladimir Putin had discussed the possibility of involving other countries in efforts to maintain a ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh. Azerbaijan and Armenia ed a Russia-brokered ceasefire on Nov. Russian peacekeepers have been deployed in the enclave under the ceasefire deal, which locked in Azeri advances. Special Envoy for Iran Elliott Abrams, praising Biden's National Security Adviser and nominee for Secretary of State as "terrific people", cautioned against repeating what he saw as former President Barack Obama's mistakes in negotiating the nuclear deal.
Turkey, Russia discuss involving other countries in Nagorno-Karabakh ceasefire efforts Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday he and Russian President Vladimir Putin had discussed the possibility of involving other countries in efforts to maintain a ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh. Azerbaijan janekro Armenia ed a Russia-brokered ceasefire on Nov. Russian peacekeepers have been deployed in the enclave under the ceasefire deal, which locked in Azeri advances.
Special Envoy for Iran Elliott Abrams, praising Biden's National Security Adviser and nominee for Secretary of State as "terrific people", cautioned against repeating what he saw as former President Barack Obama's mistakes in negotiating the nuclear deal. Flynn has been granted a Full Pardon," Trump tweeted. It comes just months after the president commuted the sentence of another associate, Roger Stone, days before he was to report to prison.
A Justice Department official said the department was not consulted on the pardon and learned Wednesday of the plan. But the official, who spoke on condition on anonymity to discuss internal deliberations, noted that the president has the legal power to pardon Flynn. The move is likely to energize supporters who have taken up Flynn as a cause celebre and rallied around the retired Army lieutenant general as the beazil of what they assert is an unfair prosecution, even though Flynn twice admitted guilt.
Trump has repeatedly spoken warmly about Flynn winesor, in an indication of his personal interest in his fate, asked then-FBI Director James Comey in February to end a criminal investigation into the national security adviser. Democrats lambasted the pardon as undeserved and unprincipled. The most dramatic came in May when the Justice Department abruptly moved to dismiss the case, insisting that Flynn should not have been interviewed by the FBI in the first place, only to have U.
District Justice Emmet Sullivan resist the request and appoint a former judge to argue against the federal government's position and to evaluate whether Flynn should be held in criminal contempt for perjury. A three-judge panel did exactly that, but the full court overturned that decision and sent case back to Sullivan. At a hearing in September, Powell told Sullivan that she had discussed Rlo case with Trump but also said she hoyel not want a pardon — presumably because she wanted him to be vindicated in the courts.
Powell emerged separately in recent weeks as a public face of Trump's efforts to overturn the of his grazil loss to President-elect Joe Biden, but the Trump legal team distanced itself from her after she advanced a series of uncorroborated conspiracy claims. The pardon spares Flynn the possibility of any prison sentence, which Sullivan could potentially have imposed had he ultimately rejected the Justice Department's janeigo request.
That request was made after a review of the case by a federal prosecutor from St. Louis who had been specially appointed by Attorney General William Barr.
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At issue in the prosecution was an FBI interview of Flynn, days after Trump's inauguration, about a conversation he had during the presidential transition period with the then-Russian ambassador. Flynn acknowledged lying during that interview by saying he had not discussed with the diplomat, Sergey Kislyak, sanctions that the outgoing Obama administration had just been imposed on Russia for election interference.
The conversation alarmed the FBI, which at the time was investigating whether the Trump campaign and Russia had co-ordinated to sway the election. In addition, White House officials were stating publicly that Flynn and Kislyak had not discussed sanctions, which the FBI knew was untrue. Flynn was ousted from his position in February after news broke that Obama hotek officials had warned the Janiero House that Flynn had indeed discussed sanctions with Kislyak and was vulnerable to blackmail.
He pleaded guilty months later to a false statement charge. But last May, after years of defending the prosecution, the Justice Department abruptly reversed its position.
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It asserted the FBI had no basis to interview Flynn about Kislyak and that any statements he made during the interview were not material to the FBI's broader counterintelligence probe. The department also pointed to internal FBI notes showing agents had planned to close out the investigation weeks before interviewing Flynn about Kislyak. Flynn, of Middletown, Rhode Island, was among the first people charged in Mueller's investigation and provided such extensive co-operation that prosecutors did not recommend any prison time, leaving open the possibility of probation.
But the morning he was to have been sentenced, after a stern rebuke about his brazik from Sullivan, Flynn asked for the hearing to be cut short so that he could continue co-operating and earn credit toward a more lenient sentence. After that, he hired new attorneys — including Powell, a conservative commentator and outspoken critic of Mueller's investigation — who took a far more confrontational stance to the government and tried to withdraw his guilty plea.
Eric Tucker, The Associated Press 4 hours ago Test of emergency public alert system expected today across Canada, CRTC says OTTAWA — Most people across Canada can notel an interruption today brazill an emergency public alert that will be broadcast on television, radio and sent to mobile devices as part of a countrywide test bbrazil the system.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission says all provinces and territories, except Nunavut, will get the alerts, but people will not be required to take action. The exact time of the test will vary depending on the province or territory. The agency says testing the national public alerting system is aimed at checking performance and reliability "to ensure it operates as intended in the event of a life-threatening situation.
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If a mobile device meets these conditions and does not receive the test, the CRTC encourages Canadians to contact their service provider. Testing the system, which hasn't always gone according the plan, started in It was supposed to be fully operational under regulator orders by April 6, But that year in Quebec, it didn't sound at all. Many wireless subscribers winesor Ontario also didn't receive it.
That alert came about three months after a denturist went on a shooting ram in Portapique, N. The RCMP was criticized for not using wnidsor system. Quebec City police also faced backlash last month for not using the system to warn the public about a sword-wielding individual roaming the streets, killing two people and injuring five others. This report by Dde Canadian Press was first published Nov. However, it appears assurances from public health are not convincing dde parents and caregivers to send their kids to school.
Absenteeism 'ificant problem': reportBut Lake Kavanagh's concern about kids missing class began long before schools closed province-wide in March. Her department released a series of recommendations which she knows the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District had janeior working on, but Lake Kavanagh said she's worried chronic absenteeism might fall off the map.
This year, that was around nine per cent. That decision was a particular worry for her, especially after three months at home in the spring. It's a problem without a straightforward solution, she said. But we know that this is so much more complex. So, too, is a parent struggling with a diagnosis, disability or addiction. Those are concerns as janwiro, especially if there's no basis for those kinds of decisions.
Mike Parker, president of the Health Sciences Association of Alberta, which represents 27, health-care workers in the province, says the measures fall short of what's needed. Parker was among more than doctors and health-care policy experts who had ed a letter to the premier on Sunday calling for a circuit-breaker lockdown, mask mandate, and mandatory paid sick leave.
Ilan Schwartz, an infectious disease researcher at the University of Alberta, delivered his concerns more succinctly in a single post. On Monday, chief medical officer of health Dr. Kenney said that Alberta isn't "involved in a chase after zero" cases, but is trying to slow the spread to keep the health-care system functioning. He said the province's response has ve largely effective, touting that it was the first jurisdiction in Canada to introduce a contact-tracing app.
That app has only been used in 20 cases since it was launched. While health-care workers expressed concerns, business owners are now left assessing how the new restrictions will work in practice. He'll need to implement restrictions like ensuring everyone who sits together lives together, unless someone lives alone, in which case they can dine with two people in their cohort.
Leon said he had hoped for an early lockdown, rather than risk business shutting down at Christmas, but said he and his staff will adapt. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business said it was pleased to see the restrictions continue to operate at reduced capacity, unlike wider shutdowns seen in Manitoba and Ontario — which both have lower active case counts than Alberta.
The new limited measures will give small business a fighting chance to surviving the holiday season. Both Calgary and Edmonton's mayors said their cities will be evaluating the impact of the restrictions on their programs and services. Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi said he'll be encouraging local employers to allow employees to work from home if possible.
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson said he empathizes with those who will have to make adjustments due to the restrictions, at a time when everyone's lives have already been ificantly disrupted. The federal department reported new cases in the last week, with outbreaks occurring primarily in the Prairies. Twenty-three additional hospitalizations were reported since last week bringing the total to and eight additional deaths were reported bringing the death toll to The of First Nations people who have recovered from the disease reached 1, In Nunavut, the territory started its first full week of its "circuit-breaker lockdown" following a spike in COVID cases over the weekend.
There are active cases across the territory as of Monday. As of Nov. Total cases on First Nations reserves per region reported as of Nov. If you would like to share your experience, please us at indigenous cbc.
He said investigators were still questioning Prabowo and another announcement would be made later Wednesday. Prabowo earlier this year rolled back a ban on lobster larvae exports put in place by his predecessor.
That decision sparked criticism from his predecessor and activists over sustainability concerns. President Joko Widodo said he respected the decision of the anti-corruption commission, known in Indonesia as the KPK, to arrest Prabowo. Two members of Widodo's Cabinet have already been sentenced to prison terms in corruption cases. Former Social Affairs Minister Idrus Marham was sentenced to five years in prison for involvement in a bribery case related to a coal-fired brxzil plant project on Sumatra island, while former Youth and Sport Minister Imam Nahrawi was sentenced to seven years after he was found guilty of personally brazol a National Sports Committee grant.
Prabowo is the deputy chairman of the Great Indonesia Movement Party, or Gerindra, formerly a rival to Widodo's party. He ed the Cabinet in October as part of of an alliance forged after Widodo's election to a second term. Widodo campaigned in part on a pledge to run a clean government in a country that ranked 85th out of countries in the Corruption Perceptions Index compiled by Transparency International. The Associated Press 21 hours ago Brockville mourns 'a beautiful soul' lost to domestic violence Audrey Hopkinson would have turned 34 today, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
This year, Hopkinson's name will be on d list. Hopkinson was a nurse and a mom in Brockville, Ont. She was expecting her third child when she was killed in her home on April 1 by her partner, who then killed himself, according to Brockville police. This only increased the violence as women were trapped. We were like sisters.
Hopkinson lived close to the Leeds and Grenville Interval Rrio in Brockville, but according to its executive director, Chalene Catchpole, she never sought out the shelter's services. I had to re-deploy some of our staff to come in and assist on the phone, because our staff who were working in the shelter weren't able to keep up," said Catchpole.
The report also expresses specific concerns about rural, remote and Indigenous women, who are not always able to leave their isolated communities. This only increased the violence as women were trapped," notes the report. That's why they have these crisis hotlines," said Adams. We have lanyards now that we wear [commemorating her]," Adams said. Ball says all ski lessons for youth and adults are already full.
But otherwise, we've now hit our limit with that.