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ROME (Reuters) - Pope Francis led Roman Catholics in Good Friday services under tight security, urging people, including ministers of his Church, to rediscover the capacity to feel shame for their role in the world`s ills.
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CAIRO - 30 March 2018: Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit condemned in the strongest terms on Friday an Israeli aggression against Palestinians during rallies in the Gaza Strip.

In a press release, Aboul Gheit said the Israeli occupation shoulders the legal, political and moral responsibility for such violations.

He also urged the international community to shoulder the responsibility concerning the Palestinian people. He warned that Israel`s persistence in violence drags the whole region to the abyss.

Earlier, Israeli troops attacked Palestinian rallies held to mark the 42nd anniversary of the Land Day. Scores of Palestinians were killed and injured.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - A United Nations Security Council committee blacklisted 21 shipping companies, 27 ships and one individual on Friday over illegal North Korean oil and coal smuggling.
GAZA-ISRAEL BORDER (Reuters) - At least 15 Palestinians were killed and hundreds injured by Israeli security forces confronting one of the largest Palestinian demonstrations along the Israel-Gaza border in recent years, Gaza medical officials said.
BUDAPEST - 30 March 2018: Hungary`s Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Friday, nine days before general elections, that he has a list of 2,000 people paid to topple his government and let immigrants flood in, France 24 reported.

"In Hungary there are around 2,000 paid people working during the election campaign to topple the government and install a new pro-immigration cabinet acceptable to George Soros," Orban said.

"We know exactly who they are by name, for whom and how they are working in the interests of turning Hungary into an immigration country".

In a fiery speech on Hungarian national day on March 15 steeped in patriotic rhetoric, Orban said that he would take unspecified "moral, political and legal" measures against his opponents after the vote.

"Europe is now under invasion. If we allow it to happen, in the next one or two decades tens upon tens of millions will set out for Europe from Africa and the Middle East," he had said.

Polls suggest that Orban will win a record consecutive third term on April 8, although a surprise recent by-election defeat suggested he may be more vulnerable than thought.

In particular experts said the result indicated many voters care more about corruption and poor public services than immigration.
CAIRO – 30 March 2018: International coalition of Nazaha (Integrity) that was monitoring Egypt’s electoral process held a press conference to report the findings of its electoral observation mission.

The electoral scene was void of voter fraud and manipulation, Ayman Okail, Nazaha’s spokesman said on Friday. Some human rights international organizations showed a clear bias. “While some jumped to the conclusion that the election is not fair and flawed before it even started.”

He further added that the role of human rights organizations that monitor any electoral process is to ensure that related procedures are well implemented, apart from politics.

“I invite them to reconsider their assessment and positions in light of what has been revealed recently concerning the electoral process," Okail stated during the press conference that was held at the wake of the presidential election that granted President Sisi another four-year term.

The Coalition of Integrity is comprised of three local and international organizations: the Maat Foundation for Peace, Development and Human Rights in Egypt, the Lebanese Volunteers without Borders, and the Ecumenical Organization for Human Rights and Development in Geneva, Switzerland.
In previous statements, Riyadh Issa, president of Nazaha Organization, said the standards set by the NEA concerning the electoral process match international standards.

According to preliminary results, Sisi was reelected with a landslide victory against al-Ghad Party candidate Moussa Moustafa Moussa. Initial figures showed that 21,088,295 voted for Sisi in polling stations across Egypt, excluding several stations in Cairo and Giza; Moussa on the other hand gathered 682,797 votes.
PRAGUE/NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Russian man on Friday pleaded not guilty to charges he hacked three U.S. technology companies, potentially compromising personal details of more than 100 million users, including on LinkedIn, after being extradited from the Czech Republic.
A pirate burial ground has been located in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

The notorious pirate “Black Sam” Bellamy sailed the seven seas, plundering and pirating, becoming the richest buccaneer ever known. But the crew drowned when their ship was wrecked, and the 102 lost souls have been found buried in a secret location in Massachusetts – the largest mass pirate burial ground in America.

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - More than 100 Central American migrants, including dozens of minors, were found crowded inside a sweltering truck without food or water in Mexico en route to the United States, authorities said on Friday.
ATHENS (Reuters) - The United Nations mediator seeking to end a long-running dispute over Macedonia`s name, said on Friday difficult issues remained and talks with Greek and Macedonian officials would continue.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - President Donald Trump is telling advisers he wants an early exit of U.S. troops from Syria, two senior administration officials said on Friday, a stance that may put him at odds with many top U.S. officials.
GAZA-ISRAEL BORDER (Reuters) - At least 12 Palestinians were killed and hundreds injured by Israeli security forces confronting one of the largest Palestinian demonstrations along the Israel-Gaza border in recent years, Gaza medical officials said.
WASHINGTON/BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A U.S. and a British service member in the U.S.-led coalition battling Islamic State were killed by an improvised explosive device in Syria, U.S and British officials said on Friday.
GAZA-ISRAEL BORDER (Reuters) - At least 12 Palestinians were killed and hundreds injured by Israeli security forces confronting one of the largest Palestinian demonstrations along the Israel-Gaza border in recent years, Gaza medical officials said.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey said on Friday that a French pledge to help stabilize a region of northern Syria controlled by Kurdish-dominated forces amounted to support for terrorism and could make France a "target of Turkey".
CAIRO – 30 March 2018: The current leader of the Wafd Party, El-Sayed el-Badawi, participated in the election of Wafd’s new chairperson, which took place on Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Four candidates are running for the party’s chairmanship, after eight years under the leadership of Badawi, who held the position from 2010 for two four-year terms.

According to Wafd’s new regulations, he cannot run for this position for a third term.

Badawi said that he does not support a specific candidate, while he maintains the same distance in dealing with all the candidates.

Wafd Party members choose their new leader on Friday

CAIRO - 30 March 2018: The Wafd Party chairmanship election kicks off on Friday. The candidates include Wafd Party Secretary-General Bahaaeddin Abu Shoka; Hossam Al-Kholi, deputy chairman of the party; Yasser Hassan, head of the party`s media committee; and Alaa Shawally, grandson of Saad Zaghloul, the late founder of the party.



Candidates to the chairmanship race include Wafd Party Secretary-General Bahaaeddin Abu Shoka; Hossam Al-Kholi, deputy chairman of the party; Yasser Hassan, head of the party’s media committee; and Alaa Shawally, grandson of Saad Zaghloul, the late founder of the party.

Wafd members are also voting on Badawi’s suggestions to change 15 articles of the party’s regulations.

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Wafd members vote for their new chairperson - by Ashraf Fawzy

Early in the morning, Abu Shoka and Hossam Al-Kholi casted their votes in the election, while their supporters gathered outside the polling station holding banners with the candidates’ names.

Former Secretary-General of the Wafd Party and former Minister of Trade Monir Fakhry Abdelour also casted his vote, along with the chairman of Parliament`s local government committee, Ahmed el-Segani, and Hany Sary el-Din, member of the supreme committee of the Wafd Party, as well as MP Talaat el-Swedi.

Abdelour showed his support for Abu Shoka, saying that he will be a president for all Wafd members who can bring them back to be one hand. Meanwhile, Sary el-Din voted for Kholi, saying that his electoral program is ambitious and that he is the best to lead the party in the next period.

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Wafd members vote for their new chairperson - by Ashraf Fawzy

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Wafd members vote for their new chairperson - by Ashraf Fawzy
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai says she has pined for her home in Pakistan`s picturesque Swat Valley, even as she recalled two years living in fear under the Taliban`s harsh interpretation of Islamic law.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia expelled 59 diplomats from 23 countries on Friday and said it reserved the right to take action against four other nations in a worsening standoff with the West over the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain.
What was promoted as a six-week campaign of peaceful protests, with thousands of Palestinians in tent cities, turned quickly into deadly violence.
What was promoted as a six-week campaign of peaceful protests, with thousands of Palestinians in tent cities, turned quickly into deadly violence.
BEIRUT/MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Syrian rebel group said on Friday that U.N.-mediated talks with Russia were "heading in the right direction" but denied it had agreed to evacuate the last insurgent-held enclave in eastern Ghouta.

CAIRO – 30 March 2018: The Wafd Party chairmanship election kicks off on Friday. The candidates include Wafd Party Secretary-General Bahaaeddin Abu Shoka; Hossam Al-Kholi, deputy chairman of the party; Yasser Hassan, head of the party’s media committee; and Alaa Shawally, grandson of Saad Zaghloul, the late founder of the party.

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Wafd members gathering for voting in the party`s chairmanship elections- by Ashraf Fawzy

The party’s general assembly opened its doors for 4,450 Wafd members who have the right to vote in the election, which started on Friday at 9 a.m. and is scheduled to end by 5 p.m.

The current Wafd leader, El-Sayyid el-Badawi, has held this position since 2010, serving two four-year terms. According to Wafd’s new regulations, he cannot run for this position for a third time.

Wafd members are also voting on Badawi’s suggestions to change 15 articles of the party’s regulations.

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Wafd members vote for the party’s new regulations – by Ahmed Fawzy

A number of Wafd Party members of Parliament announced their support for Al-Kholi, including Soliman Wahdan, Mohamed Fouad, Talaat el-Swedi and Ahmed el Segini, in addition to some members of the party’s supreme commission, including Hany Sary el-Din, Sherif Hamouda, Main Rady and Yasser Quora.

Sources previously told Egypt Today that Wafd Party Secretary-General Bahaaeddin Abu Shoka met with a number of party officials on March 13, including Amr Moussa, "Honorary President" of the party for life; Mahmoud Abaza, former chairman of the party; and Mounir Fakhry Abdel Nour, former minister of industry, trade, and investment.

According to sources, Moussa, Abaza and Abdel Nour have agreed to support Abu Shoka for the chairmanship of the party.

Wafd members gathering for voting in the party`s chairmanship elections- by Ashraf Fawzy
Wafd Party chairmanship elections on Friday 30 March 2018 - by Ashraf Fawzy

Wafd rejects Badawi’s candidacy for Egypt’s 2018 presidential race

Days before the National Elections Authority (NEA) closed the door for any potential presidential candidate to submit their requests, President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi was the only potential candidate who submitted his request to conduct a medical examination and work on gathering the needed candidacy papers.

Then, the 68-year-old candidate Badawi submitted a request to the Ministry of Health and paid the medical examination fees in order to provide his candidacy papers to the NEA, according to Emad Kazem, head of the Specialized Medical Boards.

Will Sisi, Badawi be only potential presidential candidates?

CAIRO - 26 January 2018: By 5:00 pm Cairo time on January 26, 2018, no more potential candidates, except for President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and head of Wafd party el-Sayyid el-Badawi, can compete for Egypt`s presidential election due in March.




However, the party’s supreme committee then rejected the nomination of Badawi according to a public vote of the committee’s members following a meeting at the party’s headquarters in Dokki.

Ahmed el-Segeny, member of the party’s executive bureau, said after the meeting that the party is satisfied with President Sisi’s performance during his first term in office and that they were willing to back him for second term instead of pushing another candidate.

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Wafd Party Chairperson Sayyid El-Badawi with the party members in a meeting held over his nomination for presidency on Saturday, 27 January 2018- Egypt Today/Amr Moustafa

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Members of Wafd party raising signs support Sisi for a second term amid a state of division within it over Badawi`s nomination for 2018 presidential election- Egypt Today/ Amr Moustafa

Wafd Party’s long history

Wafd is believed to be Egypt’s oldest national liberal party and it has always played a significant role in the Egyptian political scene. It is sometimes called the “New Wafd Party” because it is the extension of the original one that was dismantled after the 1952 Revolution. The New Wafd Party was established in 1978.

Wafd’s history dates back to the beginning of party life under the monarchy, making it the oldest among existing Egyptian political parties.

Saad Zaghloul, an Egyptian revolutionary and statesman, transformed the popular delegation to the post-World War I Paris Peace Conference into a political party carrying the name Wafd (Delegation). Shortly thereafter, King Fuad I declared Egypt a constitutional monarchy and issued a new constitution that paved the way for forming Egypt’s first elected parliament after British recognition of the country’s independence. The Wafd Party won the majority of seats in Egypt’s first parliament in 1924, and Zaghloul became Egypt’s first prime minister under the new constitution.

After the 1952 Revolution, Wafd was dissolved, along with all other political parties, until 1978, when President Anwar Sadat allowed the formation of political parties. Wafd was resurrected under the name “New Wafd Party”, now known simply as Wafd.

Additional reporting Mohamed Abdel Maguid


BAGHDAD/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. service member and another person from the U.S.-led coalition battling Islamic State were killed by an improvised explosive device in Syria, U.S officials said on Friday.
PARIS (Reuters) - The cost of hosting the 2024 Olympics in Paris is at risk of running half a billion euros over budget and some sites may not be ready in time if plans are not revised, a French government report warned on Friday.
Read CNN`s Fast Facts about the Hillsborough Disaster, a 1989 tragedy at a British soccer stadium. Overcrowding in the stands led to the deaths of 96 fans.
From Italy to South Africa to India to Israel, the faithful held solemn ceremonies, re-enacted Christ’s suffering and prayed for loved ones before Easter Sunday.
The American military did not reveal the identities of the casualties or say where the attack occurred.
GAZA-ISRAEL BORDER (Reuters) - At least seven Palestinians were killed and hundreds injured by Israeli security forces confronting one of the largest Palestinian demonstrations along the Israel-Gaza border in recent years, Gaza medical officials said.
BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) - Islamic State claimed responsibility on Friday for a suicide car bombing this week in the eastern Libyan town of Ajdabiya, the militant group`s news agency Amaq said on Friday.

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This Week

[March 25-31st, 2018] An owl ring-bearer, lonely karaoke, a surprise mummy, and dead fingers unlocking phones in this week’s Weird News!

This Wedding Was A Hoot

Wanting to put a spin on the traditional best man pocket fumble, Jeni Arrowsmith and Mark Wood decided to use a live owl as a ring bearer at their Cheshire, England, wedding. The owl’s handler had enough trouble getting the bird to fly down the aisle, but the rings were safely delivered, albeit a lot of flapping. When the best man decided to point at the bird, however, it attacked him.

Here’s a photo from yesterday’s wedding the owl ring bearer making the best man scream @Peck1 #WeddingDayChat pic.twitter.com/dIVVbIbpmy

— Stacey Oliver Photos (@Staceyoliver13) March 18, 2018

Solo Karaoke Booths

If you like to sing but are rebuked by friends for your choppy breathing and tone-deaf delivery, take heart in the launch of solo karaoke booths in China. Meant for one, you can belt to your heart’s content without anyone judging you. Best of all, you don’t have to hear how good the person after you is.

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Mummy Found in “Empty” Coffin

When a 2,500-year-old mummy arrived at the University of Sydney’s museum in 1860, curators didn’t bother to check inside, because the delivery form noted it was empty. Nearly 160 years later, they cracked it open and got a surprise. It indeed contained a mummy. Researchers believe the mummy inside is that of a 6th century BC noblewomen serving at the Temple of Sekhmet.

Orange Snow

The snowy white tundra of Russia is known to be sparklingly white, but a mysterious phenomenon has turned it orange. Not the result of anything dangerous or sinister, the orange residue is actually sand from the Sahara, carried across continents by a violent sandstorm in the region.

Dead Fingers Unlock Phones

In November 2016, hours after a man went on a killing spree and was shot dead by police, authorities pressed the dead man’s finger to his phone, hoping to unlock it and potential leads. Their attempt didn’t work, but according to Forbes, police departments confirm using the fingers of corpses to unlock phones. Investigators working with local and Federal investigations in Ohio and New York, for example, said they had used dead fingers to unlock the phones of overdose victims to try and locate a dealer.

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Source: Police Use Deceased People’s Fingers To Unlock Phones

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The Princess Vs. The Countess

It was 1892 and preparation for the Vienna Musical Theatrical Exhibition was underway. Austrian nobles Princess Pauline von Metternich and Countess Anastasia Kielmansegg seemed to be butting heads over flowers for the event.

Both classy and refined ladies, they were willing to shed blood to maintain proper etiquette and decided to squash their beef with a duel—fighting to first blood!

Duels Gone Wild

Overseeing the duel was Baroness Lubinska, ahead of her time in germ theory, she advised the women to remove one element from the equation in order to prevent infection—their shirts.

The Baroness, with a medical degree from a university in Poland, encouraged the women to fight topless for practical reasons, of course. Many dueling injuries at the time became infected due to strips of clothing being forced into a wound via weaponry.

Our victor, Princess Pauline von Metternich.

First Blood

The weapon of choice was Europe’s oldest dueling sword, the rapier, intended for quick stabs and little harm.

The duel went on for three rounds, in which the Countess nicked the Princesses’ nose. She then retaliated, drawing blood on the countess’ arm. After examining the wounds, the Princess was pronounced the victor.

This classy cat fight went down in history as the first emancipated duel because it involved female participants, female seconds and a female medic!

Source: Just Two Classy Ladies Dueling to First Blood Over Flowers…Topless

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia summoned a slew of senior Western diplomats on Friday to tell them how many of their embassy officials it was expelling in a worsening standoff with the West over the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain.
KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan aims to hold parliamentary and local district elections in October, more than three years late, a senior election official said, although much work needs to happen quickly to meet that timeline in the war-ravaged country.
WASHINGTON, U.S. - 30 March 2018: The U.S. government plans to collect social media history from nearly everyone who seeks entry into the United States, State Department proposals showed on Friday as part of President Donald Trump’s policy of “extreme vetting.”

Most immigrant and non-immigrant visa applicants - about 14.7 million people - will be asked to list on a federal application form all of the social media identities that they have used in the past five years - information that will be used to vet and identify them, according to the proposals.

The State Department will publish the proposals in a notice in the Federal Register on Friday seeking approval from the Office of Management and Budget. The public has 60 days to comment on the requests.

The proposals support President Donald Trump’s campaign pledge in 2016 to crack down on illegal immigration for security reasons and his call for “extreme vetting” of foreigners entering the United States.

The department said it intends not to routinely ask most diplomatic and official visa applicants for the social media information.

If approved, applicants also will be required to submit five years of previously used telephone numbers, email addresses and their international travel history. They will be asked if they have been deported or removed from any country and whether family members have been involved in terrorist activities, the department said.

Courts have struck down the first two versions of Trump’s travel ban and the current one is narrower in scope than its predecessors. The Supreme Court will consider its legality this spring and a decision is expected in June.

GAZA CITY - 30 March 2018: Seven Palestinian youths were shot and injured on Friday morning by Israeli occupation forces near eastern borders between the Gaza Strip and Israel.

The injured were shot after participating in protests that were staged on the occasion of the Land Day against Israeli occupation, according to medical sources.

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Israeli soldiers take position next to the border fence on the Israeli side of the Israel-Gaza border, as Palestinians demonstrate on the Gaza side of the border, March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen

On Friday morning, thousands of Palestinians launched the Great March of Return in the besieged Gaza Strip to protest against Israel’s refusal to allow refugees right of return to their pre-1948 homes.

The Palestinian citizens have set up tents on Thursday night, about 700 meters from the borderline with Israel, in eastern Gaza.

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Palestinians shout during clashes with Israeli troops, during a tent city protest along the Israel border with Gaza, demanding the right to return to their homeland, the southern Gaza Strip March 30, 2018. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa

Mobile clinics are existing in the site to provide protesters with needed medical care, as Israeli troops are threatening to use live bullets against the Palestinian protests.

The Land Day on March 30, is an annual day of commemoration for Palestinians of the events that date back to 1976.

In response to the Israeli government`s announcement of a plan to expropriate thousands of dunams of land for settlement purposes, a general strike and marches were organized across Palestine.

PARIS (Reuters) - France could increase its military presence to help a U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State in Syria and warned that a Turkish advance on a town controlled by Kurdish-backed militias would be "unacceptable", a presidential source said on Friday.
ANKARA/PARIS (Reuters) - A senior Turkish official said on Friday that a French pledge to help stabilize a region of northern Syria controlled by Kurdish-dominated forces amounted to support for terrorism and could make France a "target of Turkey".

CAIRO – 30 March 2018: The Egyptian Meteorological Authority expects clear warm weather in Egypt on Friday morning, yet cold weather is predicted for the night.

The clouds are low and medium in the north, accompanied with rains in the Eastern and Northern coasts. Most of the winds are northwesterly moderate. Most of them are active in Upper Egypt and South Sinai.

Winds are also active on the coasts of the Red and Mediterranean Seas and the Gulf of Suez which may cause disruption of navigation there.

The Mediterranean Sea will be moderate to turbulent on Friday, with a wavelength of two meters to 2.5 meters and north-westerly surface winds.

For the Red Sea, waves are mild to turbulent, with a wavelength of 2.5 meters to 3 meters. The surface winds are north-westerly.

The temperature is expected to reach 23 degrees Celsius (°C ) in Cairo, and 21°C in the coastal city of Alexandria.

Suez and Ismailia are set to see their weather at 24°C and Aswan is to expect a high of 28°C.

The Sinai resort cities of Sharm El-Sheikh and Hurghada are expected to see temperatures of 25°C, while to witness 21°C .

CAIRO – 30 March 2018: Russian President Vladimir Putin sent a cable congratulating President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi on his victory in Egypt’s presidential election, according to Russian news website, Russia Today, on Friday.

“The results of the election clearly showed your value among your people [Egyptians], your approach to resolve urgent social and economic tasks, and also to enhance stability in your country,” read the cable.

Putin added, “I hope through our joint efforts, we will continue bilateral beneficial cooperation in all fields, coordination in regional and global issues, and confrontation of international security threats and challenges, which undoubtedly serve the interests of the two friendly people of our both countries.”

According to preliminary results, Sisi attained a landslide election victory against al-Ghad Party candidate Moussa Moustafa Moussa. Initial figures showed that 21,088,295 voted for Sisi in polling stations across Egypt, excluding several stations in Cairo and Giza; Moussa on the other hand gathered 682,797 votes.

Last week, President Sisi greeted his Russian counterpart who claimed 73.9 percent of votes in the presidential election, securing the latter’s re-election for a new presidential term. In a presidency statement, Sisi hailed strategic relations between both countries and wished “prosperity and progress for the Russian people.”

In November, Russia’s government published a draft agreement between Russia and Egypt allowing both countries to use each other’s air bases for military purposes.
On December 11, Putin visited Egypt for the second time since Sisi was sworn into office in May 2014. The visit showed increasing interest from the Kremlin to boost cooperation with Egypt after bilateral relations were knocked by the plane crash.
State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Thursday that Moscow "should not be acting like a victim" and rejected the Russian government`s suggestion that it is taking reciprocal action by expelling 60 US diplomats and closing the American consulate in St. Petersburg -- a move that followed Washington`s decision to expel 60 alleged intelligence officers from the United States earlier this week.
More than 100 Kremlin diplomats in over 20 countries are in the midst of packing their belongings for their impending transfer back to Russia. But lost in the celebration of the show of force by Britain and its allies is an appreciation of the challenges these expulsions will ultimately pose to US intelligence agencies and the potential opportunity to truly impose costs on Moscow.
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