Global  

Aeroflot Employees Got Busy Smuggling $50m Of Stolen US Goods To Russia

Video Credit: Wochit News - Duration: 00:34s - Published
Aeroflot Employees Got Busy Smuggling $50m Of Stolen US Goods To Russia

Aeroflot Employees Got Busy Smuggling $50m Of Stolen US Goods To Russia

The Department of State has revoked 113 visas of Russian national carrier Aeroflot employees in connection with smuggling stolen goods.

10 people have been arrested for using current and former Aeroflot Airlines crew members to smuggle $50 million in stolen electronics to Russia.

An inspection of crew members' luggage found millions of dollars of electronic devices--many of which had been stolen.

Business Insider reports the devices included iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches.


You Might Like


💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Aeroflot Flag-carrier airline of Russia


United States Department of State United States Department of State United States federal executive department responsible for foreign affairs

Biden announces all-female communications team [Video]

Biden announces all-female communications team

President-elect Joe Biden on Sunday tapped key campaign staff and advisors to lead his all-female senior communications team. Gloria Tso reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:17Published

WikiLeaks 'Cablegate' 10 years on: An unvarnished look at US foreign policy

November 28, 2010, was the day the bomb dropped — with five leading Western publications initiating the simultaneous publication of secrets from the engine..
WorldNews

26/11: US says it stands with India and remains resolute in fight against terrorism

November 26 marks the 12th anniversary of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai. "Through the Rewards for Justice programme, we seek to ensure that all those..
IndiaTimes

New rule to require certain travelers to pay bonds to enter U.S.

The State Department said the rules are designed to send "a message" to certain countries whose citizens have high rates of remaining in the U.S. after their..
CBS News

Biden Has Chosen a Secretary of State

The president-elect picks an old ally to lead the State Department: This is your morning tip sheet.
NYTimes.com

Business Insider Business Insider Financial and business news website published by Insider Inc.

Georgia Election Official Blasts Trump, GOP For Inciting Violence [Video]

Georgia Election Official Blasts Trump, GOP For Inciting Violence

Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling is the state's voting systems manager. And according to Business Insider, the Republican has had more than enough of President Donald Trump and GOP senators. In a fiery press conference Tuesday, Sterling a Republican, urged them to 'stop inspiring potential acts of violence' against election workers. He said a young contractor with an election vendor, Dominion Voting Systems, has faced threats and harassment for completing basic tech tasks.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:37Published
Four No-Nonsense Habits Of Millionaires That You Can Easily Learn [Video]

Four No-Nonsense Habits Of Millionaires That You Can Easily Learn

Researcher and author Thomas J. Stanley burst onto the scene with his fascinating book, 'The Millionaire Next Door.' Based on his interviews with and surveys of over 1,000 self-made millionaires, the book delivers a number of pieces of solid advice for building wealth. According to Business Insider, the first task is to learn how to save and live frugally. Only when you have those habits ingrained should you turn to investing. Next, learn to base your investments on increased earnings.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:45Published
How To Make Eating Takeout Food Feel More Like Dining Out [Video]

How To Make Eating Takeout Food Feel More Like Dining Out

For people who love eating out at restaurants, having to dine on takeout at home can feel uninspiring. But according to Business Insider, chefs and restauranteurs say there a number of ways to make eating at home feel more special. First, turn off the news and the fluorescent kitchen lights. Swap them for mood music and candlelight. Dress your table in the theme of the cuisine you're eating. Use cloth napkins with napkin rings or fancy folds, and your good china, cutlery, and stemware.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:39Published
All The Bits And Pieces That Your Mortgage Payment Actually Covers [Video]

All The Bits And Pieces That Your Mortgage Payment Actually Covers

If you've never bought a home before, you may be surprised to learn that there's a lot to know about mortgages. In its simplest form, a mortgage is a type of loan. It's used for buying a home, and it's repaid in monthly installments--usually over 15 to 30 years. According to Business Insider, the payment you finally end up paying for your mortgage actually covers a number of things. The principal is the amount the lender gives you upfront.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:44Published
Trump Has Raised $150-Million To Fight Election Fraud [Video]

Trump Has Raised $150-Million To Fight Election Fraud

Since election day President Donald Trump's campaign has ratcheted up fundraising. The Washington Post revealed the Trump campaign has raised more than $150 million to fight election fraud. The New York Times published a similar report on Monday, but put the number at $170 million. Business Insider reports that's the amount raised since Election Day is about double the amount that one of Trump's main PACs raised during September, its best month.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:30Published