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Court: Russian hacker can be extradited to US or Russia

Court: Russian hacker can be extradited to US or Russia

A Czech court on Tuesday ruled Prague can extradite a Russian citizen sought by the USA for alleged cyberattacks on social networks and also by his native Russia on fraud charges. If it does not change the existing ruling, the final decision concerning the extradition will still be taken by the Justice Minister, Sadilek said, adding that the defense team can also file an appeal to the Czech Constitutional Court, asking it to delay the implementation of the court ruling.


President Trump tells Russians Comey was a 'nut job'

President Trump tells Russians Comey was a 'nut job'

The Washington Post reported that investigators have identified a current White House aide as a person of interest in the Russian Federation investigation. He says he thought that move was appropriate and produced a memo summarizing what he said were his "longstanding concerns" over Comey's handling of the Clinton email investigation.



Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner taking 'heads down' approach

The revelation that Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and senior adviser, is a focus of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for his contacts with Russian Federation has prompted questions and concerns. Third, there is the obvious question of what Kushner wanted to talk about that couldn't be discussed through existing channels. The disclosure of the back channel put the White House on the defensive.



Russia Probe: Trump Considering Major Staff Shakeup In U.S White House

Those changes also include, according to the anonymous sources cited by the papers, creating a "war room" to respond to the constant media reporting on the Russian Federation probe and directing the flow of the White House message on it, including the possibility that a team of attorneys may review Trump's tweets .



CBSE class XII results: Delhi's pass percentage up, govt

Raksha Gopal , who pursued humanities at Amity International School, scored 99.6% marks to ace the exams. Overall, girls outshine boys , as the total pass percentage of girls is 87.5 percent whereas the pass percentage of boys is 78 percent.