Today in the news: Skype death not murder, Army says
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An Army captain who collapsed and died while Skyping with his wife was not shot, the Army said Monday. The wife of Capt. Bruce Kevin Clark, 43, said she saw a bullet hole in the wall behind her husband after he collapsed, but Army investigators said he was not shot and there was no foul play.
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"We're entering a new stage in our national development. We'll have to address tasks that are of a totally different level and scale. The next few years will define the future of Russia for decades ahead." – Vladimir Putin, talking Monday after he was sworn in as president. Scandal surrounded Putin’s election, and about 120 protestors were arrested Monday outside the inauguration. Putin was president from 2000-08, then became prime minister, and was elected again two months ago.
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