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A U.S. diplomat told congressional investigators this week that he raised concerns about Hunter Biden's position with a Ukrainian energy company in 2015, only to be turned away by an aide to then-Vice President Joe Biden, a person familiar with the testimony said on Friday. Hunter Biden's role https://www.reuters.com/article/us-hunter-biden-ukraine/what-hunter-biden-did-on-the-board-of-ukrainian-energy-company-burisma-idUSKBN1WX1P7 on the board of Burisma Holdings Ltd while his father was in the White House plays into a Democratic-led impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump in the U.S. House of Representatives. Late on Friday, the U.S. Department of Energy notified Congress that it would not comply with a subpoena and provide documents Democrats want to review, according to media reports.
Two men who were caught with their hands covered in anti-vandal grease and paint have been jailed after they were caught on CCTV attempting to break into multiple premises in Runcorn, Cheshire on August 19.According to Cheshire Police, Jamie James, 28, and William Napier, 43, were seen climbing over a gate covered in grease and paint shortly before they attempted to break into Runcorn Library at around 2 am on August 19.The pair then tried to break into a butcher, a shop, and an occupied apartment in Runcorn.Police said anti-vandal grease and paint was found on all four buildings that the men had attempted to break into. The men failed to get inside any of the premises they targeted and were arrested 40 minutes after their crime spree, police said.This CCTV footage shared by police show the men trying to break into one of the buildings. The men can be seen attempting to scale a gate by gripping the top before trying to kick it inwards. They finally give up when a police van approaches the area.James and Napier were subsequently both charged with four counts of attempted burglary.James was jailed for 23 months and a week while William Napier was given a three-year prison sentence. Credit: Cheshire Police via Storyful
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Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg's planned march in Canada's energy heartland of Alberta will face a counter-rally by a convoy of oil and gas workers on Friday. The truck convoy organized by pro-oil group United We Roll left the city of Red Deer on Friday morning, bound for Edmonton where the organizers plan to protest against outside interference. Swedish activist Thunberg, who has mobilized a global youth movement against climate change, faces a difficult audience in Alberta where the energy sector provides 150,000 direct jobs and contributes more than C$71 billion ($54.1 billion) annually to Canada's gross domestic product.
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