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California wildfires Credit: PAThe largest of the 14 fires," Asked if he would support Trump if, but I’ve got to relax a little — I’m tripping major nut-sack right now, making it easier to inhale. Was this scene based on reality? The Guardian reports that Gunnlaugsson co-owned a British Virgin Islandsregistered company called Wintris Inc. which reportedly held shares worth nearly $4 million in three Icelandic banks that collapsed during the financial crisis of 2008 The revelation came from a trove of more than 11 million internal documents from a Panama-based law firm leaked to German newspaper Sddeutsche Zeitung and shared with reporters around the world via the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) Read More: What to Know About the Panama Papers Leak Confronted with questions about his involvement in Wintris by Sweden’s SVT Gunnlaugsson was visibly shaken “I don’t know how these things work but everything is declared on the tax report from the beginning” an English-subtitled video of the interview conducted in March shows him saying before angrily rising from his chair “You are asking me nonsense You trick me into an interview under false pretenses” he tells the interviewers He then storms out of the room saying: “This is totally inappropriate” The ICIJ has published online share certificates that show both Gunnlaugsson and his wife Anna Sigurlaug Palsdottir held shares in Wintris Leaked documents show he sold his share to his wife for a nominal fee but also claim he failed to declare his interest in the company when he entered Iceland’s parliament in 2009 the ICIJ said Read More: Massive Leak Ties Vladimir Putins Associates to $2 Billion Offshore Money Trail In a lengthy statement given to the ICIJ a spokesperson insists that the Prime Minister and Palsdottir had “adhered to Icelandic law” and properly disclosed their financial interests to the tax authorities The Guardian reports that there is no evidence in the leaked documents of tax evasion or dishonest financial gain on the part of Gunnlaugsson his wife or Wintris Opposition politicians in Iceland were planning to propose to parliament Monday that the country hold an early election which would serve as a confidence vote on Gunnlaugsson the Guardian said [Guardian ICIJ] Write to Simon Lewis at [email protected] bipartisan group of former national and homeland security officials called on the US government Thursday to treat to the hacking of the Democratic National Committee as an attack on American democracy and to take actions to defend against any attempt to disrupt or affect the outcome of the Presidential election in November The group which includes George W Bushs former Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff former CIA and NSA chief Michael Hayden and former Democratic ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee Jane Harman called on the President to determine who was behind the attack and officially identify the perpetrator "The investigation of these events should have the highest priority If true this is an attack not on one party but on the integrity of American democracy" the officials said "This is not a partisan issue All parties should agree that foreign efforts to influence our elections through hacking and stealing confidential records must be deterred and thwarted through a strong and unified response" Many of the officials are meeting in Aspen Colorado for the annual conference of senior government and private sector experts in national and homeland security the Aspen Security Forum A recurring theme of the conference among intelligence and other officials has been the danger that cyber intrusions could hold for the validity of the election in November "Our electoral process could be a target for reckless foreign governments and terrorist groups" the officials said "The voting process is critical to our democracy and must be proof against such attacks or the threat of such attacks Voting processes and results must receive security akin to that we expect for critical infrastructure" The text of the letter follows: AIHSG Statement on DNC Hack Contact us at [email protected]: Forty-seven Russians implicated in doping lost a last-minute court bid to take part in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics on Friday just hours before the opening ceremony The applicants who included Korean-born speed skater Victor An had asked the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to overturn an International Olympic Committee decision not to invite them to South Korea "The applications filed by Russian athletes and coaches have been dismissed" CAS secretary general Matthieu Reeb told a packed news conference Representational image Reuters The IOC was swift to welcome the decision the latest twist in the Russian doping scandal saying the ruling "supports the fight against doping and brings clarity for all athletes" The Russian situation has proved highly contentious in the build-up to Pyeongchang after their team was banned but a certain number of "clean" Russian athletes were allowed to take part as neutrals Fifteen of those who lost their bids on Friday were among a group of 28 who controversially had life bans from the Olympics overturned last week by CAS which cited insufficient evidence The other 32 including An biathlon gold medallist Anton Shipulin and Sergei Ustyugov a cross-country skiing world champion were also omitted from the list of Russians invited to Pyeongchang "In its decisions the CAS arbitrators have considered that the process created by the IOC to establish an invitation list of Russian athletes to compete as Olympic Athletes from Russia (OAR) could not be described as a sanction but rather as an eligibility decision" Reeb said However the CAS decision may not be the end of the matter A source close to the IOC told AFP that the 47 Russians have also lodged a case with a Swiss civil court in Lausanne A spokesman for the 168-strong neutral Russian team the "Olympic Athletes from Russia" declined to comment when approached by AFP Russia’s suspension in December follows the uncovering of a systemic doping conspiracy culminating at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics where host nation Russia topped the medals table Investigations revealed an elaborate ploy where tainted Russian urine samples were switched with clean ones overnight using a "mousehole" in the wall of the Sochi anti-doping laboratory Russia has denied any government links to the conspiracy But the IOC has suspended its former sports minister Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko for life Russia’s participation has been fiercely debated among athletes and Canada’s team was forced to apologise on Thursday after an alleged altercation at the athletes’ village "If you have been caught cheating you need to be gone It needs to be the same for every country" said USA bobsledder Nick Cunningham "If you’re a clean athlete you should compete If you’re not a clean athlete then you should not compete There’s no grey area for me about it" 2015. having come from very different backgrounds. and to have his kind of career,“Boy Erased” tells the story of Jared (Hedges)

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