2018.03.23

News Headlines - 23 March 2018

Andrew McCabe: Not in my worst nightmares did I dream my FBI career would end this way - The Washington Post

On March 16, I spent the day with my family waiting to hear whether I would be fired, after 21 years in the FBI and one day before I qualified for my long-planned, earned retirement... Despite all the preparation for the worst-case scenario, I still felt disoriented and sick to my stomach. Around 10 p.m., a friend called to tell me that CNN was reporting that I had been fired. She read me the attorney general’s statement... The president’s comments about me were equally hurtful and false, which shows that he has no idea how FBI people feel about their leaders.

Peru's new president vows to tackle endemic corruption - ABC News

New President Martin Vizcarra promised to fight Peru's corruption head on as he assumed the office Friday vowing to heal the wounds left by a vote-buying scandal that abruptly forced his predecessor from office.

One Month After Abduction, Boko Haram Brings Home More Than 100 Dapchi Girls : NPR

The kidnapping of 110 school girls from a Nigerian school in the northeast town of Dapchi on Feb. 19 came to an abrupt and joyful end for most of the families 30 days later. Early Wednesday, militants from Boko Haram, the same group that snatched the girls, brought back 104 of them, handing them over to federal officials, according to the Nigerian government.

Japan offers $940 million to boost nation's space startups

Japan is offering $940 million to fund space start-ups in a new push to grow the industry, the government announced Tuesday at an event in Tokyo.
The funds will be made available through investments and loans over the next five years, as part of a government-led initiative to double Japan's more than $11 billion space industry. With less than 20 Japanese space start-ups currently operating, many see this as critical to helping new companies cover costs such as research or applying for patents.

World Cup 2018 power rankings: All 32 teams rated and slated as countdown to Russia continues - Mirror Online

1. Germany
2. Spain
3. Brazil
4. Argentina
5. France


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