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A third of Russian diplomats in Sweden are spies: Swedish intel

STOCKHOLM  One third of Russian diplomats stationed at the embassy in Stockholm are spies, Sweden s intelligence agency Saepo said on Wednesday."Of the Russian embassy s diplomatic staff, about one-third of them are not actually diplomats, they are in fact intelligence officers," Saepo s chief counter-espionage analyst Wilhelm Unge told reporters as the agency presented its annual security report."This is a very constant number, this is the way things look year after year," he said.Russia s Foreign Intelligence Service SVR,

U.S. judge taps lead lawyers for Takata air bag cases

NEW YORK: Five plaintiffs’ lawyers, including high-profile attorney David Boies, were appointed by a federal judge on Tuesday to lead civil litigation against Takata Corp and several car manufacturers for injuries caused by allegedly faulty air bags.U.S. District Judge Federico Moreno, who is overseeing more than 85 lawsuits that have been consolidated in a U.S. federal court in Miami, picked Florida attorney Peter Prieto of Podhurst Orseck to lead the litigation.Prieto filed one of the first U.S.

EU calls for moratorium on capital punishment

EU calls for moratorium on capital punishment ISLAMABAD: The European Union spokesman Wednesday called on Pakistan to slap a moratorium on the death penalty for respecting its international obligations.  "The EU calls on Pakistan to reinstitute the moratorium and to respect fully all its international obligations, in particular the principle of fair trial," a statement by the EU Delegation to Pakistan, quoting its spokesman said here Wednesday.The statement said "the EU also recalls that Article 6(5) of the International Covenant on Civil

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