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Three workers were trapped by later escaped, spokesman Sergei Ivanov said.The spy agency is located in the Yasenevo district of Moscow.The Post and Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, are tracking roughly 600 key executive branch nominations through the confirmation process. S., its agencies, members of Congress and other federal employees in civil or criminal matters within its scope; approves some civil litigation and settlements undertaken by U. attorneys Upholds the civil and constitutional rights of Americans, enforcing the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and other federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin Supervises enforcement of federal criminal laws and policy for DOJ, and criminal prosecutions by the division's hundreds of attorneys on a broad range of matters; advises the attorney general, Congress, the Office of Management and Budget and the White House on criminal law matters Oversees federal and state court litigation to safeguard the U. environment, acquire and manage public lands and natural resources, and protect and manage Indian rights and property; advises the attorney general, Congress, OMB and White House on matters of environmental and natural resources law Provides federal leadership in developing the nation's capacity to prevent and control crime, administer justice and assist crime victims; works to make the nation's criminal and juvenile justice systems more responsive to the needs of state, local and tribal governments and their citizens Oversees the vetting process for federal judicial nominees, develops and implements the department's significant policy initiatives, and coordinates the judicial appointment process with the White House and the Senate Manages and oversees department functions as directed by the administrator, helping to enforce the U.These positions include Cabinet secretaries, deputy and assistant secretaries, chief financial officers, general counsel, heads of agencies, ambassadors and other critical leadership positions. S.'s controlled substances laws and regulations, and serves as the department's chief operating officer Leads and manages the effort to assist communities in resolving disputes and disagreements based on racial and ethnic tensions, and the response to and prevention of hate crimes on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability Provides federal leadership on developing the nation's capacity to reduce violence against women, and administering justice for, and strengthening service to, victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking Helps enforce federal court rulings, protect federal courts and ensure the judicial system operates effectively; handles federal detainee transportation, court and judicial safety, and the documentation of prisoner custody; oversees a budget of about

Three workers were trapped by later escaped, spokesman Sergei Ivanov said.The spy agency is located in the Yasenevo district of Moscow.The Post and Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, are tracking roughly 600 key executive branch nominations through the confirmation process. S., its agencies, members of Congress and other federal employees in civil or criminal matters within its scope; approves some civil litigation and settlements undertaken by U. attorneys Upholds the civil and constitutional rights of Americans, enforcing the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and other federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin Supervises enforcement of federal criminal laws and policy for DOJ, and criminal prosecutions by the division's hundreds of attorneys on a broad range of matters; advises the attorney general, Congress, the Office of Management and Budget and the White House on criminal law matters Oversees federal and state court litigation to safeguard the U. environment, acquire and manage public lands and natural resources, and protect and manage Indian rights and property; advises the attorney general, Congress, OMB and White House on matters of environmental and natural resources law Provides federal leadership in developing the nation's capacity to prevent and control crime, administer justice and assist crime victims; works to make the nation's criminal and juvenile justice systems more responsive to the needs of state, local and tribal governments and their citizens Oversees the vetting process for federal judicial nominees, develops and implements the department's significant policy initiatives, and coordinates the judicial appointment process with the White House and the Senate Manages and oversees department functions as directed by the administrator, helping to enforce the U.These positions include Cabinet secretaries, deputy and assistant secretaries, chief financial officers, general counsel, heads of agencies, ambassadors and other critical leadership positions. S.'s controlled substances laws and regulations, and serves as the department's chief operating officer Leads and manages the effort to assist communities in resolving disputes and disagreements based on racial and ethnic tensions, and the response to and prevention of hate crimes on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability Provides federal leadership on developing the nation's capacity to reduce violence against women, and administering justice for, and strengthening service to, victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking Helps enforce federal court rulings, protect federal courts and ensure the judicial system operates effectively; handles federal detainee transportation, court and judicial safety, and the documentation of prisoner custody; oversees a budget of about $1.3 billion and 4,876 employees Enforces antidiscrimination provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act, which protect U. citizens and certain work-authorized individuals from employment discrimination based on citizenship or immigration status; conducts outreach and education to employers, potential victims and the public Leads this quasi-judicial, independent agency that adjudicates claims of U. nationals against foreign governments, such as determining claims of unrecognized U. military personnel and civilian Americans who were held in captured status in the Vietnam conflict or claims for loss of property Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Leads department in its mission to promote the welfare of U. wage earners, job seekers and retirees, improve working conditions, advance opportunities for profitable employment, and assure work-related benefits and rights; 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develops and manages tools and processes that provide financial and operational information to Labor officials Serves as Labor's liaison to Congress and other governmental entities; develops and directs strategies on congressional and intergovernmental issues, including legislation, regulations, budget and presidential nominations; reviews legislation and its impact on the department Assures the security of retirement, health and other workplace benefits of U. workers and their families covered by about 685,000 private retirement plans, 2.2 million health plans, and similar numbers of other welfare benefit plans, which have $9.3 trillion in assets Oversees the formulation and implementation of the nation's employment and training policies, programs and systems, and oversees 1,079 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was nearly $235 billion Leads the development and administration of policies, regulations and programs designed to prevent mining injuries, diseases and deaths; 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oversees 245 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than $271 billion Heads the principal federal statistical agency responsible for measuring labor market activity, working conditions and price changes in the economy; oversees more than 2,400 federal employees, 700 contractors and an appropriation of $609 million Leads a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in budget outlays and 53,822 total employment, and serves as the administration's principal representative on transportation issues with Congress, other agencies, the transportation community and the public Serves as the department's chief operating officer, responsible for day-to-day operations of DOT's 10 modal administrations; oversees more than 55,000 employees nationwide and overseas; assists with the secretary's responsibilities and acts for him in his absence Serves as DOT's chief legal officer and supervises its nearly 500 lawyers; coordinates the department's legislative efforts, regulatory program and involvement in legal proceedings before other agencies, as well as various operational and international legal matters Leads budget development, performance review, responsible credit administration, and financial management for a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in outlays and 53,822 total employment; serves as the secretary's key fiscal adviser and as vice chair of DOT's Credit Council Serves as adviser to department principals on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups; coordinates those activities with modal offices Serves as DOT's long-term strategic lead, advising the secretary on policy matters, leading development of those policies, and generating proposals and advice on legislative and regulatory initiatives across all modes of transportation; is third in the department's order of succession Analyzes and develops policies and plans for economic issues in domestic and international transportation; coordinates international surface transportation policy issues, including trade, technical assistance and cooperation programs; directs public policy related to the airline industry Recommends overall surface transportation policy initiatives to the secretary and coordinates multimodal initiatives and processes, such as the development of the department's proposed reauthorization language and the streamlining of environmental reviews of transportation infrastructure Serves as the department's science, research and intellectual property coordinator, advancing innovation and technology development, conducting research and coordinating multimodal research, providing information to decision-makers, and developing a highly skilled transportation workforce Represents and advises the secretary on matters related to the U. highway transportation system, including the movement of people and goods, and establishes agency policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of approximately $45 billion and 2,800 employees Leads the agency in its mission to prevent commercial motor vehicle-related fatalities and injuries, setting program policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of about $572 million and about 1,147 full-time nonseasonal employees Represents the department and advises the secretary on all railroad activities, serves as DOT's principal contact point for public and private interests in rail transportation matters, and oversees about $1.626 billion and 842 full-time employees Implements a national plan to improve the safety of public transportation systems that receive federal funding, administers urban mass transportation programs and functions, and oversees a budget of about $11 billion and 551 full-time employees Advises and assists the secretary on commercial maritime matters, the U. maritime industry and strategic sealift; liaises with public and private organizations concerned with the U. maritime industry; 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Merchant Marine Academy Leads agency in reducing crash-related fatalities and injuries while ensuring the highest standards of safety on the nation's roads; promulgates uniform standards for developing state highway safety programs; oversees a budget of about $1.2 billion and about 528 full-time nonseasonal employees Provides direction to the national program to protect against the risks to life and property inherent in transporting hazardous materials in commerce, and transporting natural and other gas, petroleum, and other hazardous liquids by pipeline Heads the second largest federal department and sets policies governing its operations; provides a nationwide system of health care services, benefits programs and cemeteries for our veterans; maintains relationships with organizations, groups and individuals interested in veterans affairs Serves as chief operating officer, directing department's policy and operations, and about 340,000 employees; chairs department's governance process through the Strategic Management Council; leads the Business Oversight Board and Capital Investment Board; co-chairs VA-DOD Senior Oversight Committee Serves as the department's chief legal officer and final legal authority, interprets all laws affecting veterans and the department, and reviews all regulations, executive orders, proclamations and policies implementing these laws Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on legislative and congressional liaison matters, and as principal coordinator of VA's legislative program; ensures the department complies with congressionally mandated reports; functions as the point of contact for the Government Accountability Office Develops and implements policies and programs associated with veterans interment and memorialization benefits, and ensures future burial needs are met; oversees more than 1,800 employees and a budget of more than $286 million for the Veterans Affairs cemetery system of 135 national cemeteries Leads the Veterans Health Administration, the largest integrated health care system in the U.

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Three workers were trapped by later escaped, spokesman Sergei Ivanov said.

The spy agency is located in the Yasenevo district of Moscow.

The Post and Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, are tracking roughly 600 key executive branch nominations through the confirmation process. S., its agencies, members of Congress and other federal employees in civil or criminal matters within its scope; approves some civil litigation and settlements undertaken by U. attorneys Upholds the civil and constitutional rights of Americans, enforcing the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and other federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin Supervises enforcement of federal criminal laws and policy for DOJ, and criminal prosecutions by the division's hundreds of attorneys on a broad range of matters; advises the attorney general, Congress, the Office of Management and Budget and the White House on criminal law matters Oversees federal and state court litigation to safeguard the U. environment, acquire and manage public lands and natural resources, and protect and manage Indian rights and property; advises the attorney general, Congress, OMB and White House on matters of environmental and natural resources law Provides federal leadership in developing the nation's capacity to prevent and control crime, administer justice and assist crime victims; works to make the nation's criminal and juvenile justice systems more responsive to the needs of state, local and tribal governments and their citizens Oversees the vetting process for federal judicial nominees, develops and implements the department's significant policy initiatives, and coordinates the judicial appointment process with the White House and the Senate Manages and oversees department functions as directed by the administrator, helping to enforce the U.

These positions include Cabinet secretaries, deputy and assistant secretaries, chief financial officers, general counsel, heads of agencies, ambassadors and other critical leadership positions. S.'s controlled substances laws and regulations, and serves as the department's chief operating officer Leads and manages the effort to assist communities in resolving disputes and disagreements based on racial and ethnic tensions, and the response to and prevention of hate crimes on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability Provides federal leadership on developing the nation's capacity to reduce violence against women, and administering justice for, and strengthening service to, victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking Helps enforce federal court rulings, protect federal courts and ensure the judicial system operates effectively; handles federal detainee transportation, court and judicial safety, and the documentation of prisoner custody; oversees a budget of about $1.3 billion and 4,876 employees Enforces antidiscrimination provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act, which protect U. citizens and certain work-authorized individuals from employment discrimination based on citizenship or immigration status; conducts outreach and education to employers, potential victims and the public Leads this quasi-judicial, independent agency that adjudicates claims of U. nationals against foreign governments, such as determining claims of unrecognized U. military personnel and civilian Americans who were held in captured status in the Vietnam conflict or claims for loss of property Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Leads department in its mission to promote the welfare of U. wage earners, job seekers and retirees, improve working conditions, advance opportunities for profitable employment, and assure work-related benefits and rights; oversees 15,086 employees and, in fiscal 2015, more than $45.2 billion Leads department in its mission to promote the welfare of U. wage earners, job seekers and retirees, improve working conditions, advance opportunities for profitable employment, and assure work-related benefits and rights; oversees 15,086 employees and, in fiscal 2015, more than $45.2 billion Serves as chief operating officer of a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $45.2 billion in outlays and 15,086 in total employment, and provides direct management support to the secretary and to the department's agencies and national and regional offices Serves as the chief legal enforcer and Labor's support arm; provides legal advice on achieving department goals, working to ensure that federal labor laws are applied forcefully and fairly to protect the nation's workers; manages about 750 full-time employees Serves as the financial leader of a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $45.2 billion in outlays and 15,086 in total employment; develops and manages tools and processes that provide financial and operational information to Labor officials Serves as Labor's liaison to Congress and other governmental entities; develops and directs strategies on congressional and intergovernmental issues, including legislation, regulations, budget and presidential nominations; reviews legislation and its impact on the department Assures the security of retirement, health and other workplace benefits of U. workers and their families covered by about 685,000 private retirement plans, 2.2 million health plans, and similar numbers of other welfare benefit plans, which have $9.3 trillion in assets Oversees the formulation and implementation of the nation's employment and training policies, programs and systems, and oversees 1,079 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was nearly $235 billion Leads the development and administration of policies, regulations and programs designed to prevent mining injuries, diseases and deaths; administers federal mine safety and health laws; promotes effective training; encourages adoption of new technologies and improved work processes Leads the agency responsible for assuring workers have safe and healthful working conditions, setting and enforcing standards and providing training, outreach, education and assistance; oversees more than 2,000 employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than $552.8 million Leads the office in its mission to develop and influence policies and practices that increase the number and quality of employment opportunities for people with disabilities; serves as the secretary's principal adviser on disability employment policy Provides advice and assistance to department leadership and administration officials on policy, regulation, legislation and more; develops and maintains strong economic analysis capabilities; represents Labor's positions to Congress, employee and employer associations, foreign governments and others Leads office in its mission to prepare veterans, service members and their spouses for careers, provide them employment resources and expertise, protect their rights, and promote employment opportunities; oversees 245 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than $271 billion Heads the principal federal statistical agency responsible for measuring labor market activity, working conditions and price changes in the economy; oversees more than 2,400 federal employees, 700 contractors and an appropriation of $609 million Leads a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in budget outlays and 53,822 total employment, and serves as the administration's principal representative on transportation issues with Congress, other agencies, the transportation community and the public Serves as the department's chief operating officer, responsible for day-to-day operations of DOT's 10 modal administrations; oversees more than 55,000 employees nationwide and overseas; assists with the secretary's responsibilities and acts for him in his absence Serves as DOT's chief legal officer and supervises its nearly 500 lawyers; coordinates the department's legislative efforts, regulatory program and involvement in legal proceedings before other agencies, as well as various operational and international legal matters Leads budget development, performance review, responsible credit administration, and financial management for a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in outlays and 53,822 total employment; serves as the secretary's key fiscal adviser and as vice chair of DOT's Credit Council Serves as adviser to department principals on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups; coordinates those activities with modal offices Serves as DOT's long-term strategic lead, advising the secretary on policy matters, leading development of those policies, and generating proposals and advice on legislative and regulatory initiatives across all modes of transportation; is third in the department's order of succession Analyzes and develops policies and plans for economic issues in domestic and international transportation; coordinates international surface transportation policy issues, including trade, technical assistance and cooperation programs; directs public policy related to the airline industry Recommends overall surface transportation policy initiatives to the secretary and coordinates multimodal initiatives and processes, such as the development of the department's proposed reauthorization language and the streamlining of environmental reviews of transportation infrastructure Serves as the department's science, research and intellectual property coordinator, advancing innovation and technology development, conducting research and coordinating multimodal research, providing information to decision-makers, and developing a highly skilled transportation workforce Represents and advises the secretary on matters related to the U. highway transportation system, including the movement of people and goods, and establishes agency policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of approximately $45 billion and 2,800 employees Leads the agency in its mission to prevent commercial motor vehicle-related fatalities and injuries, setting program policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of about $572 million and about 1,147 full-time nonseasonal employees Represents the department and advises the secretary on all railroad activities, serves as DOT's principal contact point for public and private interests in rail transportation matters, and oversees about $1.626 billion and 842 full-time employees Implements a national plan to improve the safety of public transportation systems that receive federal funding, administers urban mass transportation programs and functions, and oversees a budget of about $11 billion and 551 full-time employees Advises and assists the secretary on commercial maritime matters, the U. maritime industry and strategic sealift; liaises with public and private organizations concerned with the U. maritime industry; provides executive leadership at the U. Merchant Marine Academy Leads agency in reducing crash-related fatalities and injuries while ensuring the highest standards of safety on the nation's roads; promulgates uniform standards for developing state highway safety programs; oversees a budget of about $1.2 billion and about 528 full-time nonseasonal employees Provides direction to the national program to protect against the risks to life and property inherent in transporting hazardous materials in commerce, and transporting natural and other gas, petroleum, and other hazardous liquids by pipeline Heads the second largest federal department and sets policies governing its operations; provides a nationwide system of health care services, benefits programs and cemeteries for our veterans; maintains relationships with organizations, groups and individuals interested in veterans affairs Serves as chief operating officer, directing department's policy and operations, and about 340,000 employees; chairs department's governance process through the Strategic Management Council; leads the Business Oversight Board and Capital Investment Board; co-chairs VA-DOD Senior Oversight Committee Serves as the department's chief legal officer and final legal authority, interprets all laws affecting veterans and the department, and reviews all regulations, executive orders, proclamations and policies implementing these laws Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on legislative and congressional liaison matters, and as principal coordinator of VA's legislative program; ensures the department complies with congressionally mandated reports; functions as the point of contact for the Government Accountability Office Develops and implements policies and programs associated with veterans interment and memorialization benefits, and ensures future burial needs are met; oversees more than 1,800 employees and a budget of more than $286 million for the Veterans Affairs cemetery system of 135 national cemeteries Leads the Veterans Health Administration, the largest integrated health care system in the U.

The officer who first restrained Mr Charles, 20, is under investigation for potentially breaching standards of behaviour during the restraint and in how he dealt with the detainee's medical emergency.

Mr Charles died on 22 July in Hackney, east London, having earlier been apprehended by Met officers after running into a shop in Dalston. He was taken to the Royal London Hospital in nearby Whitechapel, but pronounced dead at 2.55am. The IPCC previously said it had found that after he was detained, attempts were made to remove an object from his mouth or throat.

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A Metropolitan Police officer is being investigated for gross misconduct over the death of Rashan Charles while in custody, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has announced.

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develops and manages tools and processes that provide financial and operational information to Labor officials Serves as Labor's liaison to Congress and other governmental entities; develops and directs strategies on congressional and intergovernmental issues, including legislation, regulations, budget and presidential nominations; reviews legislation and its impact on the department Assures the security of retirement, health and other workplace benefits of U. workers and their families covered by about 685,000 private retirement plans, 2.2 million health plans, and similar numbers of other welfare benefit plans, which have .3 trillion in assets Oversees the formulation and implementation of the nation's employment and training policies, programs and systems, and oversees 1,079 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was nearly 5 billion Leads the development and administration of policies, regulations and programs designed to prevent mining injuries, diseases and deaths; administers federal mine safety and health laws; promotes effective training; encourages adoption of new technologies and improved work processes Leads the agency responsible for assuring workers have safe and healthful working conditions, setting and enforcing standards and providing training, outreach, education and assistance; oversees more than 2,000 employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than 2.8 million Leads the office in its mission to develop and influence policies and practices that increase the number and quality of employment opportunities for people with disabilities; serves as the secretary's principal adviser on disability employment policy Provides advice and assistance to department leadership and administration officials on policy, regulation, legislation and more; develops and maintains strong economic analysis capabilities; represents Labor's positions to Congress, employee and employer associations, foreign governments and others Leads office in its mission to prepare veterans, service members and their spouses for careers, provide them employment resources and expertise, protect their rights, and promote employment opportunities; oversees 245 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than 1 billion Heads the principal federal statistical agency responsible for measuring labor market activity, working conditions and price changes in the economy; oversees more than 2,400 federal employees, 700 contractors and an appropriation of 9 million Leads a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than .4 billion in budget outlays and 53,822 total employment, and serves as the administration's principal representative on transportation issues with Congress, other agencies, the transportation community and the public Serves as the department's chief operating officer, responsible for day-to-day operations of DOT's 10 modal administrations; oversees more than 55,000 employees nationwide and overseas; assists with the secretary's responsibilities and acts for him in his absence Serves as DOT's chief legal officer and supervises its nearly 500 lawyers; coordinates the department's legislative efforts, regulatory program and involvement in legal proceedings before other agencies, as well as various operational and international legal matters Leads budget development, performance review, responsible credit administration, and financial management for a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than .4 billion in outlays and 53,822 total employment; serves as the secretary's key fiscal adviser and as vice chair of DOT's Credit Council Serves as adviser to department principals on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups; coordinates those activities with modal offices Serves as DOT's long-term strategic lead, advising the secretary on policy matters, leading development of those policies, and generating proposals and advice on legislative and regulatory initiatives across all modes of transportation; is third in the department's order of succession Analyzes and develops policies and plans for economic issues in domestic and international transportation; coordinates international surface transportation policy issues, including trade, technical assistance and cooperation programs; directs public policy related to the airline industry Recommends overall surface transportation policy initiatives to the secretary and coordinates multimodal initiatives and processes, such as the development of the department's proposed reauthorization language and the streamlining of environmental reviews of transportation infrastructure Serves as the department's science, research and intellectual property coordinator, advancing innovation and technology development, conducting research and coordinating multimodal research, providing information to decision-makers, and developing a highly skilled transportation workforce Represents and advises the secretary on matters related to the U. highway transportation system, including the movement of people and goods, and establishes agency policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of approximately billion and 2,800 employees Leads the agency in its mission to prevent commercial motor vehicle-related fatalities and injuries, setting program policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of about 2 million and about 1,147 full-time nonseasonal employees Represents the department and advises the secretary on all railroad activities, serves as DOT's principal contact point for public and private interests in rail transportation matters, and oversees about

Three workers were trapped by later escaped, spokesman Sergei Ivanov said.The spy agency is located in the Yasenevo district of Moscow.The Post and Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, are tracking roughly 600 key executive branch nominations through the confirmation process. S., its agencies, members of Congress and other federal employees in civil or criminal matters within its scope; approves some civil litigation and settlements undertaken by U. attorneys Upholds the civil and constitutional rights of Americans, enforcing the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and other federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin Supervises enforcement of federal criminal laws and policy for DOJ, and criminal prosecutions by the division's hundreds of attorneys on a broad range of matters; advises the attorney general, Congress, the Office of Management and Budget and the White House on criminal law matters Oversees federal and state court litigation to safeguard the U. environment, acquire and manage public lands and natural resources, and protect and manage Indian rights and property; advises the attorney general, Congress, OMB and White House on matters of environmental and natural resources law Provides federal leadership in developing the nation's capacity to prevent and control crime, administer justice and assist crime victims; works to make the nation's criminal and juvenile justice systems more responsive to the needs of state, local and tribal governments and their citizens Oversees the vetting process for federal judicial nominees, develops and implements the department's significant policy initiatives, and coordinates the judicial appointment process with the White House and the Senate Manages and oversees department functions as directed by the administrator, helping to enforce the U.These positions include Cabinet secretaries, deputy and assistant secretaries, chief financial officers, general counsel, heads of agencies, ambassadors and other critical leadership positions. S.'s controlled substances laws and regulations, and serves as the department's chief operating officer Leads and manages the effort to assist communities in resolving disputes and disagreements based on racial and ethnic tensions, and the response to and prevention of hate crimes on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability Provides federal leadership on developing the nation's capacity to reduce violence against women, and administering justice for, and strengthening service to, victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking Helps enforce federal court rulings, protect federal courts and ensure the judicial system operates effectively; handles federal detainee transportation, court and judicial safety, and the documentation of prisoner custody; oversees a budget of about $1.3 billion and 4,876 employees Enforces antidiscrimination provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act, which protect U. citizens and certain work-authorized individuals from employment discrimination based on citizenship or immigration status; conducts outreach and education to employers, potential victims and the public Leads this quasi-judicial, independent agency that adjudicates claims of U. nationals against foreign governments, such as determining claims of unrecognized U. military personnel and civilian Americans who were held in captured status in the Vietnam conflict or claims for loss of property Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Leads department in its mission to promote the welfare of U. wage earners, job seekers and retirees, improve working conditions, advance opportunities for profitable employment, and assure work-related benefits and rights; oversees 15,086 employees and, in fiscal 2015, more than $45.2 billion Leads department in its mission to promote the welfare of U. wage earners, job seekers and retirees, improve working conditions, advance opportunities for profitable employment, and assure work-related benefits and rights; oversees 15,086 employees and, in fiscal 2015, more than $45.2 billion Serves as chief operating officer of a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $45.2 billion in outlays and 15,086 in total employment, and provides direct management support to the secretary and to the department's agencies and national and regional offices Serves as the chief legal enforcer and Labor's support arm; provides legal advice on achieving department goals, working to ensure that federal labor laws are applied forcefully and fairly to protect the nation's workers; manages about 750 full-time employees Serves as the financial leader of a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $45.2 billion in outlays and 15,086 in total employment; develops and manages tools and processes that provide financial and operational information to Labor officials Serves as Labor's liaison to Congress and other governmental entities; develops and directs strategies on congressional and intergovernmental issues, including legislation, regulations, budget and presidential nominations; reviews legislation and its impact on the department Assures the security of retirement, health and other workplace benefits of U. workers and their families covered by about 685,000 private retirement plans, 2.2 million health plans, and similar numbers of other welfare benefit plans, which have $9.3 trillion in assets Oversees the formulation and implementation of the nation's employment and training policies, programs and systems, and oversees 1,079 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was nearly $235 billion Leads the development and administration of policies, regulations and programs designed to prevent mining injuries, diseases and deaths; administers federal mine safety and health laws; promotes effective training; encourages adoption of new technologies and improved work processes Leads the agency responsible for assuring workers have safe and healthful working conditions, setting and enforcing standards and providing training, outreach, education and assistance; oversees more than 2,000 employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than $552.8 million Leads the office in its mission to develop and influence policies and practices that increase the number and quality of employment opportunities for people with disabilities; serves as the secretary's principal adviser on disability employment policy Provides advice and assistance to department leadership and administration officials on policy, regulation, legislation and more; develops and maintains strong economic analysis capabilities; represents Labor's positions to Congress, employee and employer associations, foreign governments and others Leads office in its mission to prepare veterans, service members and their spouses for careers, provide them employment resources and expertise, protect their rights, and promote employment opportunities; oversees 245 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than $271 billion Heads the principal federal statistical agency responsible for measuring labor market activity, working conditions and price changes in the economy; oversees more than 2,400 federal employees, 700 contractors and an appropriation of $609 million Leads a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in budget outlays and 53,822 total employment, and serves as the administration's principal representative on transportation issues with Congress, other agencies, the transportation community and the public Serves as the department's chief operating officer, responsible for day-to-day operations of DOT's 10 modal administrations; oversees more than 55,000 employees nationwide and overseas; assists with the secretary's responsibilities and acts for him in his absence Serves as DOT's chief legal officer and supervises its nearly 500 lawyers; coordinates the department's legislative efforts, regulatory program and involvement in legal proceedings before other agencies, as well as various operational and international legal matters Leads budget development, performance review, responsible credit administration, and financial management for a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in outlays and 53,822 total employment; serves as the secretary's key fiscal adviser and as vice chair of DOT's Credit Council Serves as adviser to department principals on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups; coordinates those activities with modal offices Serves as DOT's long-term strategic lead, advising the secretary on policy matters, leading development of those policies, and generating proposals and advice on legislative and regulatory initiatives across all modes of transportation; is third in the department's order of succession Analyzes and develops policies and plans for economic issues in domestic and international transportation; coordinates international surface transportation policy issues, including trade, technical assistance and cooperation programs; directs public policy related to the airline industry Recommends overall surface transportation policy initiatives to the secretary and coordinates multimodal initiatives and processes, such as the development of the department's proposed reauthorization language and the streamlining of environmental reviews of transportation infrastructure Serves as the department's science, research and intellectual property coordinator, advancing innovation and technology development, conducting research and coordinating multimodal research, providing information to decision-makers, and developing a highly skilled transportation workforce Represents and advises the secretary on matters related to the U. highway transportation system, including the movement of people and goods, and establishes agency policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of approximately $45 billion and 2,800 employees Leads the agency in its mission to prevent commercial motor vehicle-related fatalities and injuries, setting program policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of about $572 million and about 1,147 full-time nonseasonal employees Represents the department and advises the secretary on all railroad activities, serves as DOT's principal contact point for public and private interests in rail transportation matters, and oversees about $1.626 billion and 842 full-time employees Implements a national plan to improve the safety of public transportation systems that receive federal funding, administers urban mass transportation programs and functions, and oversees a budget of about $11 billion and 551 full-time employees Advises and assists the secretary on commercial maritime matters, the U. maritime industry and strategic sealift; liaises with public and private organizations concerned with the U. maritime industry; provides executive leadership at the U. Merchant Marine Academy Leads agency in reducing crash-related fatalities and injuries while ensuring the highest standards of safety on the nation's roads; promulgates uniform standards for developing state highway safety programs; oversees a budget of about $1.2 billion and about 528 full-time nonseasonal employees Provides direction to the national program to protect against the risks to life and property inherent in transporting hazardous materials in commerce, and transporting natural and other gas, petroleum, and other hazardous liquids by pipeline Heads the second largest federal department and sets policies governing its operations; provides a nationwide system of health care services, benefits programs and cemeteries for our veterans; maintains relationships with organizations, groups and individuals interested in veterans affairs Serves as chief operating officer, directing department's policy and operations, and about 340,000 employees; chairs department's governance process through the Strategic Management Council; leads the Business Oversight Board and Capital Investment Board; co-chairs VA-DOD Senior Oversight Committee Serves as the department's chief legal officer and final legal authority, interprets all laws affecting veterans and the department, and reviews all regulations, executive orders, proclamations and policies implementing these laws Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on legislative and congressional liaison matters, and as principal coordinator of VA's legislative program; ensures the department complies with congressionally mandated reports; functions as the point of contact for the Government Accountability Office Develops and implements policies and programs associated with veterans interment and memorialization benefits, and ensures future burial needs are met; oversees more than 1,800 employees and a budget of more than $286 million for the Veterans Affairs cemetery system of 135 national cemeteries Leads the Veterans Health Administration, the largest integrated health care system in the U.

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Three workers were trapped by later escaped, spokesman Sergei Ivanov said.

The spy agency is located in the Yasenevo district of Moscow.

The Post and Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, are tracking roughly 600 key executive branch nominations through the confirmation process. S., its agencies, members of Congress and other federal employees in civil or criminal matters within its scope; approves some civil litigation and settlements undertaken by U. attorneys Upholds the civil and constitutional rights of Americans, enforcing the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and other federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin Supervises enforcement of federal criminal laws and policy for DOJ, and criminal prosecutions by the division's hundreds of attorneys on a broad range of matters; advises the attorney general, Congress, the Office of Management and Budget and the White House on criminal law matters Oversees federal and state court litigation to safeguard the U. environment, acquire and manage public lands and natural resources, and protect and manage Indian rights and property; advises the attorney general, Congress, OMB and White House on matters of environmental and natural resources law Provides federal leadership in developing the nation's capacity to prevent and control crime, administer justice and assist crime victims; works to make the nation's criminal and juvenile justice systems more responsive to the needs of state, local and tribal governments and their citizens Oversees the vetting process for federal judicial nominees, develops and implements the department's significant policy initiatives, and coordinates the judicial appointment process with the White House and the Senate Manages and oversees department functions as directed by the administrator, helping to enforce the U.

These positions include Cabinet secretaries, deputy and assistant secretaries, chief financial officers, general counsel, heads of agencies, ambassadors and other critical leadership positions. S.'s controlled substances laws and regulations, and serves as the department's chief operating officer Leads and manages the effort to assist communities in resolving disputes and disagreements based on racial and ethnic tensions, and the response to and prevention of hate crimes on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability Provides federal leadership on developing the nation's capacity to reduce violence against women, and administering justice for, and strengthening service to, victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking Helps enforce federal court rulings, protect federal courts and ensure the judicial system operates effectively; handles federal detainee transportation, court and judicial safety, and the documentation of prisoner custody; oversees a budget of about $1.3 billion and 4,876 employees Enforces antidiscrimination provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act, which protect U. citizens and certain work-authorized individuals from employment discrimination based on citizenship or immigration status; conducts outreach and education to employers, potential victims and the public Leads this quasi-judicial, independent agency that adjudicates claims of U. nationals against foreign governments, such as determining claims of unrecognized U. military personnel and civilian Americans who were held in captured status in the Vietnam conflict or claims for loss of property Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Leads department in its mission to promote the welfare of U. wage earners, job seekers and retirees, improve working conditions, advance opportunities for profitable employment, and assure work-related benefits and rights; oversees 15,086 employees and, in fiscal 2015, more than $45.2 billion Leads department in its mission to promote the welfare of U. wage earners, job seekers and retirees, improve working conditions, advance opportunities for profitable employment, and assure work-related benefits and rights; oversees 15,086 employees and, in fiscal 2015, more than $45.2 billion Serves as chief operating officer of a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $45.2 billion in outlays and 15,086 in total employment, and provides direct management support to the secretary and to the department's agencies and national and regional offices Serves as the chief legal enforcer and Labor's support arm; provides legal advice on achieving department goals, working to ensure that federal labor laws are applied forcefully and fairly to protect the nation's workers; manages about 750 full-time employees Serves as the financial leader of a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $45.2 billion in outlays and 15,086 in total employment; develops and manages tools and processes that provide financial and operational information to Labor officials Serves as Labor's liaison to Congress and other governmental entities; develops and directs strategies on congressional and intergovernmental issues, including legislation, regulations, budget and presidential nominations; reviews legislation and its impact on the department Assures the security of retirement, health and other workplace benefits of U. workers and their families covered by about 685,000 private retirement plans, 2.2 million health plans, and similar numbers of other welfare benefit plans, which have $9.3 trillion in assets Oversees the formulation and implementation of the nation's employment and training policies, programs and systems, and oversees 1,079 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was nearly $235 billion Leads the development and administration of policies, regulations and programs designed to prevent mining injuries, diseases and deaths; administers federal mine safety and health laws; promotes effective training; encourages adoption of new technologies and improved work processes Leads the agency responsible for assuring workers have safe and healthful working conditions, setting and enforcing standards and providing training, outreach, education and assistance; oversees more than 2,000 employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than $552.8 million Leads the office in its mission to develop and influence policies and practices that increase the number and quality of employment opportunities for people with disabilities; serves as the secretary's principal adviser on disability employment policy Provides advice and assistance to department leadership and administration officials on policy, regulation, legislation and more; develops and maintains strong economic analysis capabilities; represents Labor's positions to Congress, employee and employer associations, foreign governments and others Leads office in its mission to prepare veterans, service members and their spouses for careers, provide them employment resources and expertise, protect their rights, and promote employment opportunities; oversees 245 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than $271 billion Heads the principal federal statistical agency responsible for measuring labor market activity, working conditions and price changes in the economy; oversees more than 2,400 federal employees, 700 contractors and an appropriation of $609 million Leads a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in budget outlays and 53,822 total employment, and serves as the administration's principal representative on transportation issues with Congress, other agencies, the transportation community and the public Serves as the department's chief operating officer, responsible for day-to-day operations of DOT's 10 modal administrations; oversees more than 55,000 employees nationwide and overseas; assists with the secretary's responsibilities and acts for him in his absence Serves as DOT's chief legal officer and supervises its nearly 500 lawyers; coordinates the department's legislative efforts, regulatory program and involvement in legal proceedings before other agencies, as well as various operational and international legal matters Leads budget development, performance review, responsible credit administration, and financial management for a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in outlays and 53,822 total employment; serves as the secretary's key fiscal adviser and as vice chair of DOT's Credit Council Serves as adviser to department principals on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups; coordinates those activities with modal offices Serves as DOT's long-term strategic lead, advising the secretary on policy matters, leading development of those policies, and generating proposals and advice on legislative and regulatory initiatives across all modes of transportation; is third in the department's order of succession Analyzes and develops policies and plans for economic issues in domestic and international transportation; coordinates international surface transportation policy issues, including trade, technical assistance and cooperation programs; directs public policy related to the airline industry Recommends overall surface transportation policy initiatives to the secretary and coordinates multimodal initiatives and processes, such as the development of the department's proposed reauthorization language and the streamlining of environmental reviews of transportation infrastructure Serves as the department's science, research and intellectual property coordinator, advancing innovation and technology development, conducting research and coordinating multimodal research, providing information to decision-makers, and developing a highly skilled transportation workforce Represents and advises the secretary on matters related to the U. highway transportation system, including the movement of people and goods, and establishes agency policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of approximately $45 billion and 2,800 employees Leads the agency in its mission to prevent commercial motor vehicle-related fatalities and injuries, setting program policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of about $572 million and about 1,147 full-time nonseasonal employees Represents the department and advises the secretary on all railroad activities, serves as DOT's principal contact point for public and private interests in rail transportation matters, and oversees about $1.626 billion and 842 full-time employees Implements a national plan to improve the safety of public transportation systems that receive federal funding, administers urban mass transportation programs and functions, and oversees a budget of about $11 billion and 551 full-time employees Advises and assists the secretary on commercial maritime matters, the U. maritime industry and strategic sealift; liaises with public and private organizations concerned with the U. maritime industry; provides executive leadership at the U. Merchant Marine Academy Leads agency in reducing crash-related fatalities and injuries while ensuring the highest standards of safety on the nation's roads; promulgates uniform standards for developing state highway safety programs; oversees a budget of about $1.2 billion and about 528 full-time nonseasonal employees Provides direction to the national program to protect against the risks to life and property inherent in transporting hazardous materials in commerce, and transporting natural and other gas, petroleum, and other hazardous liquids by pipeline Heads the second largest federal department and sets policies governing its operations; provides a nationwide system of health care services, benefits programs and cemeteries for our veterans; maintains relationships with organizations, groups and individuals interested in veterans affairs Serves as chief operating officer, directing department's policy and operations, and about 340,000 employees; chairs department's governance process through the Strategic Management Council; leads the Business Oversight Board and Capital Investment Board; co-chairs VA-DOD Senior Oversight Committee Serves as the department's chief legal officer and final legal authority, interprets all laws affecting veterans and the department, and reviews all regulations, executive orders, proclamations and policies implementing these laws Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on legislative and congressional liaison matters, and as principal coordinator of VA's legislative program; ensures the department complies with congressionally mandated reports; functions as the point of contact for the Government Accountability Office Develops and implements policies and programs associated with veterans interment and memorialization benefits, and ensures future burial needs are met; oversees more than 1,800 employees and a budget of more than $286 million for the Veterans Affairs cemetery system of 135 national cemeteries Leads the Veterans Health Administration, the largest integrated health care system in the U.

The officer who first restrained Mr Charles, 20, is under investigation for potentially breaching standards of behaviour during the restraint and in how he dealt with the detainee's medical emergency.

Mr Charles died on 22 July in Hackney, east London, having earlier been apprehended by Met officers after running into a shop in Dalston. He was taken to the Royal London Hospital in nearby Whitechapel, but pronounced dead at 2.55am. The IPCC previously said it had found that after he was detained, attempts were made to remove an object from his mouth or throat.

Lawrence River basin and undertakes initiatives Serves as the agency's chief executive and administrative officer; hears and adjudicates appeals by federal employees involved in personnel actions, including removals, suspensions and demotions; reviews regulations issued by OPM and conducts studies of the federal personnel system Hears and adjudicates appeals by federal employees involved in personnel actions, including removals, suspensions and demotions; reviews regulations issued by OPM and conducts studies of the federal personnel system Manages the corporation, which fights global poverty in poor countries with a demonstrated commitment to good governance, using time-limited grant investments designed to reduce poverty through economic growth and help people lift themselves out of poverty Provides leadership and direction to the agency responsible for promoting and advancing scientific and engineering progress in the U. through the support of basic research and education programs; oversaw $734 billion in total outlays in fiscal 2015, and 1,700 employees Works to provide economic and infrastructure development grants to projects within the most economically distressed counties of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and New York, and serves as a liaison between the federal government and the commission Leads the agency responsible for providing the overall direction of executive branch policies related to preventing conflicts of interest on the part of officers and employees of any executive branch agency, as defined in the Ethics in Government Act Provides executive direction, overseeing the agency's programs and activities, and establishing agency policy; consults with representatives of foreign governments and international organizations to further the agency's mission; represents the agency to Congress and the public Provides direction, overseeing the agency's programs and activities, and establishing agency policy as determined by the director; conveys the director's views and agency policy when in contact with Congress, administration officials, the private sector and officials of other governments Develops and maintains regulations for postal rate regulation; consults with the State Department on international postal policies; works to prevents anticompetitive postal practices and promote transparency and accountability Administers comprehensive retirement-survivor and unemployment-sickness benefit programs for the nation's railroad workers and their families; has administrative responsibilities under the Social Security Act for certain benefit payments and railroad workers' Medicare coverage Administers comprehensive retirement-survivor and unemployment-sickness benefit programs for the nation's railroad workers and their families; has administrative responsibilities under the Social Security Act for certain benefit payments and railroad workers' Medicare coverage Links U.

A Metropolitan Police officer is being investigated for gross misconduct over the death of Rashan Charles while in custody, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has announced.

.626 billion and 842 full-time employees Implements a national plan to improve the safety of public transportation systems that receive federal funding, administers urban mass transportation programs and functions, and oversees a budget of about billion and 551 full-time employees Advises and assists the secretary on commercial maritime matters, the U. maritime industry and strategic sealift; liaises with public and private organizations concerned with the U. maritime industry; provides executive leadership at the U. Merchant Marine Academy Leads agency in reducing crash-related fatalities and injuries while ensuring the highest standards of safety on the nation's roads; promulgates uniform standards for developing state highway safety programs; oversees a budget of about

Three workers were trapped by later escaped, spokesman Sergei Ivanov said.The spy agency is located in the Yasenevo district of Moscow.The Post and Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, are tracking roughly 600 key executive branch nominations through the confirmation process. S., its agencies, members of Congress and other federal employees in civil or criminal matters within its scope; approves some civil litigation and settlements undertaken by U. attorneys Upholds the civil and constitutional rights of Americans, enforcing the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and other federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin Supervises enforcement of federal criminal laws and policy for DOJ, and criminal prosecutions by the division's hundreds of attorneys on a broad range of matters; advises the attorney general, Congress, the Office of Management and Budget and the White House on criminal law matters Oversees federal and state court litigation to safeguard the U. environment, acquire and manage public lands and natural resources, and protect and manage Indian rights and property; advises the attorney general, Congress, OMB and White House on matters of environmental and natural resources law Provides federal leadership in developing the nation's capacity to prevent and control crime, administer justice and assist crime victims; works to make the nation's criminal and juvenile justice systems more responsive to the needs of state, local and tribal governments and their citizens Oversees the vetting process for federal judicial nominees, develops and implements the department's significant policy initiatives, and coordinates the judicial appointment process with the White House and the Senate Manages and oversees department functions as directed by the administrator, helping to enforce the U.These positions include Cabinet secretaries, deputy and assistant secretaries, chief financial officers, general counsel, heads of agencies, ambassadors and other critical leadership positions. S.'s controlled substances laws and regulations, and serves as the department's chief operating officer Leads and manages the effort to assist communities in resolving disputes and disagreements based on racial and ethnic tensions, and the response to and prevention of hate crimes on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability Provides federal leadership on developing the nation's capacity to reduce violence against women, and administering justice for, and strengthening service to, victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking Helps enforce federal court rulings, protect federal courts and ensure the judicial system operates effectively; handles federal detainee transportation, court and judicial safety, and the documentation of prisoner custody; oversees a budget of about $1.3 billion and 4,876 employees Enforces antidiscrimination provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act, which protect U. citizens and certain work-authorized individuals from employment discrimination based on citizenship or immigration status; conducts outreach and education to employers, potential victims and the public Leads this quasi-judicial, independent agency that adjudicates claims of U. nationals against foreign governments, such as determining claims of unrecognized U. military personnel and civilian Americans who were held in captured status in the Vietnam conflict or claims for loss of property Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Leads department in its mission to promote the welfare of U. wage earners, job seekers and retirees, improve working conditions, advance opportunities for profitable employment, and assure work-related benefits and rights; oversees 15,086 employees and, in fiscal 2015, more than $45.2 billion Leads department in its mission to promote the welfare of U. wage earners, job seekers and retirees, improve working conditions, advance opportunities for profitable employment, and assure work-related benefits and rights; oversees 15,086 employees and, in fiscal 2015, more than $45.2 billion Serves as chief operating officer of a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $45.2 billion in outlays and 15,086 in total employment, and provides direct management support to the secretary and to the department's agencies and national and regional offices Serves as the chief legal enforcer and Labor's support arm; provides legal advice on achieving department goals, working to ensure that federal labor laws are applied forcefully and fairly to protect the nation's workers; manages about 750 full-time employees Serves as the financial leader of a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $45.2 billion in outlays and 15,086 in total employment; develops and manages tools and processes that provide financial and operational information to Labor officials Serves as Labor's liaison to Congress and other governmental entities; develops and directs strategies on congressional and intergovernmental issues, including legislation, regulations, budget and presidential nominations; reviews legislation and its impact on the department Assures the security of retirement, health and other workplace benefits of U. workers and their families covered by about 685,000 private retirement plans, 2.2 million health plans, and similar numbers of other welfare benefit plans, which have $9.3 trillion in assets Oversees the formulation and implementation of the nation's employment and training policies, programs and systems, and oversees 1,079 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was nearly $235 billion Leads the development and administration of policies, regulations and programs designed to prevent mining injuries, diseases and deaths; administers federal mine safety and health laws; promotes effective training; encourages adoption of new technologies and improved work processes Leads the agency responsible for assuring workers have safe and healthful working conditions, setting and enforcing standards and providing training, outreach, education and assistance; oversees more than 2,000 employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than $552.8 million Leads the office in its mission to develop and influence policies and practices that increase the number and quality of employment opportunities for people with disabilities; serves as the secretary's principal adviser on disability employment policy Provides advice and assistance to department leadership and administration officials on policy, regulation, legislation and more; develops and maintains strong economic analysis capabilities; represents Labor's positions to Congress, employee and employer associations, foreign governments and others Leads office in its mission to prepare veterans, service members and their spouses for careers, provide them employment resources and expertise, protect their rights, and promote employment opportunities; oversees 245 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than $271 billion Heads the principal federal statistical agency responsible for measuring labor market activity, working conditions and price changes in the economy; oversees more than 2,400 federal employees, 700 contractors and an appropriation of $609 million Leads a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in budget outlays and 53,822 total employment, and serves as the administration's principal representative on transportation issues with Congress, other agencies, the transportation community and the public Serves as the department's chief operating officer, responsible for day-to-day operations of DOT's 10 modal administrations; oversees more than 55,000 employees nationwide and overseas; assists with the secretary's responsibilities and acts for him in his absence Serves as DOT's chief legal officer and supervises its nearly 500 lawyers; coordinates the department's legislative efforts, regulatory program and involvement in legal proceedings before other agencies, as well as various operational and international legal matters Leads budget development, performance review, responsible credit administration, and financial management for a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in outlays and 53,822 total employment; serves as the secretary's key fiscal adviser and as vice chair of DOT's Credit Council Serves as adviser to department principals on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups; coordinates those activities with modal offices Serves as DOT's long-term strategic lead, advising the secretary on policy matters, leading development of those policies, and generating proposals and advice on legislative and regulatory initiatives across all modes of transportation; is third in the department's order of succession Analyzes and develops policies and plans for economic issues in domestic and international transportation; coordinates international surface transportation policy issues, including trade, technical assistance and cooperation programs; directs public policy related to the airline industry Recommends overall surface transportation policy initiatives to the secretary and coordinates multimodal initiatives and processes, such as the development of the department's proposed reauthorization language and the streamlining of environmental reviews of transportation infrastructure Serves as the department's science, research and intellectual property coordinator, advancing innovation and technology development, conducting research and coordinating multimodal research, providing information to decision-makers, and developing a highly skilled transportation workforce Represents and advises the secretary on matters related to the U. highway transportation system, including the movement of people and goods, and establishes agency policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of approximately $45 billion and 2,800 employees Leads the agency in its mission to prevent commercial motor vehicle-related fatalities and injuries, setting program policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of about $572 million and about 1,147 full-time nonseasonal employees Represents the department and advises the secretary on all railroad activities, serves as DOT's principal contact point for public and private interests in rail transportation matters, and oversees about $1.626 billion and 842 full-time employees Implements a national plan to improve the safety of public transportation systems that receive federal funding, administers urban mass transportation programs and functions, and oversees a budget of about $11 billion and 551 full-time employees Advises and assists the secretary on commercial maritime matters, the U. maritime industry and strategic sealift; liaises with public and private organizations concerned with the U. maritime industry; provides executive leadership at the U. Merchant Marine Academy Leads agency in reducing crash-related fatalities and injuries while ensuring the highest standards of safety on the nation's roads; promulgates uniform standards for developing state highway safety programs; oversees a budget of about $1.2 billion and about 528 full-time nonseasonal employees Provides direction to the national program to protect against the risks to life and property inherent in transporting hazardous materials in commerce, and transporting natural and other gas, petroleum, and other hazardous liquids by pipeline Heads the second largest federal department and sets policies governing its operations; provides a nationwide system of health care services, benefits programs and cemeteries for our veterans; maintains relationships with organizations, groups and individuals interested in veterans affairs Serves as chief operating officer, directing department's policy and operations, and about 340,000 employees; chairs department's governance process through the Strategic Management Council; leads the Business Oversight Board and Capital Investment Board; co-chairs VA-DOD Senior Oversight Committee Serves as the department's chief legal officer and final legal authority, interprets all laws affecting veterans and the department, and reviews all regulations, executive orders, proclamations and policies implementing these laws Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on legislative and congressional liaison matters, and as principal coordinator of VA's legislative program; ensures the department complies with congressionally mandated reports; functions as the point of contact for the Government Accountability Office Develops and implements policies and programs associated with veterans interment and memorialization benefits, and ensures future burial needs are met; oversees more than 1,800 employees and a budget of more than $286 million for the Veterans Affairs cemetery system of 135 national cemeteries Leads the Veterans Health Administration, the largest integrated health care system in the U.

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The Post and Partnership for Public Service, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, are tracking roughly 600 key executive branch nominations through the confirmation process. S., its agencies, members of Congress and other federal employees in civil or criminal matters within its scope; approves some civil litigation and settlements undertaken by U. attorneys Upholds the civil and constitutional rights of Americans, enforcing the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and other federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, familial status and national origin Supervises enforcement of federal criminal laws and policy for DOJ, and criminal prosecutions by the division's hundreds of attorneys on a broad range of matters; advises the attorney general, Congress, the Office of Management and Budget and the White House on criminal law matters Oversees federal and state court litigation to safeguard the U. environment, acquire and manage public lands and natural resources, and protect and manage Indian rights and property; advises the attorney general, Congress, OMB and White House on matters of environmental and natural resources law Provides federal leadership in developing the nation's capacity to prevent and control crime, administer justice and assist crime victims; works to make the nation's criminal and juvenile justice systems more responsive to the needs of state, local and tribal governments and their citizens Oversees the vetting process for federal judicial nominees, develops and implements the department's significant policy initiatives, and coordinates the judicial appointment process with the White House and the Senate Manages and oversees department functions as directed by the administrator, helping to enforce the U.

These positions include Cabinet secretaries, deputy and assistant secretaries, chief financial officers, general counsel, heads of agencies, ambassadors and other critical leadership positions. S.'s controlled substances laws and regulations, and serves as the department's chief operating officer Leads and manages the effort to assist communities in resolving disputes and disagreements based on racial and ethnic tensions, and the response to and prevention of hate crimes on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability Provides federal leadership on developing the nation's capacity to reduce violence against women, and administering justice for, and strengthening service to, victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking Helps enforce federal court rulings, protect federal courts and ensure the judicial system operates effectively; handles federal detainee transportation, court and judicial safety, and the documentation of prisoner custody; oversees a budget of about $1.3 billion and 4,876 employees Enforces antidiscrimination provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act, which protect U. citizens and certain work-authorized individuals from employment discrimination based on citizenship or immigration status; conducts outreach and education to employers, potential victims and the public Leads this quasi-judicial, independent agency that adjudicates claims of U. nationals against foreign governments, such as determining claims of unrecognized U. military personnel and civilian Americans who were held in captured status in the Vietnam conflict or claims for loss of property Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Makes parole release decisions for eligible federal and D. prisoners, determines the conditions of parole or supervised release, issues warrants for arrest, and revokes parole and supervised release for violation of the conditions of release Leads department in its mission to promote the welfare of U. wage earners, job seekers and retirees, improve working conditions, advance opportunities for profitable employment, and assure work-related benefits and rights; oversees 15,086 employees and, in fiscal 2015, more than $45.2 billion Leads department in its mission to promote the welfare of U. wage earners, job seekers and retirees, improve working conditions, advance opportunities for profitable employment, and assure work-related benefits and rights; oversees 15,086 employees and, in fiscal 2015, more than $45.2 billion Serves as chief operating officer of a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $45.2 billion in outlays and 15,086 in total employment, and provides direct management support to the secretary and to the department's agencies and national and regional offices Serves as the chief legal enforcer and Labor's support arm; provides legal advice on achieving department goals, working to ensure that federal labor laws are applied forcefully and fairly to protect the nation's workers; manages about 750 full-time employees Serves as the financial leader of a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $45.2 billion in outlays and 15,086 in total employment; develops and manages tools and processes that provide financial and operational information to Labor officials Serves as Labor's liaison to Congress and other governmental entities; develops and directs strategies on congressional and intergovernmental issues, including legislation, regulations, budget and presidential nominations; reviews legislation and its impact on the department Assures the security of retirement, health and other workplace benefits of U. workers and their families covered by about 685,000 private retirement plans, 2.2 million health plans, and similar numbers of other welfare benefit plans, which have $9.3 trillion in assets Oversees the formulation and implementation of the nation's employment and training policies, programs and systems, and oversees 1,079 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was nearly $235 billion Leads the development and administration of policies, regulations and programs designed to prevent mining injuries, diseases and deaths; administers federal mine safety and health laws; promotes effective training; encourages adoption of new technologies and improved work processes Leads the agency responsible for assuring workers have safe and healthful working conditions, setting and enforcing standards and providing training, outreach, education and assistance; oversees more than 2,000 employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than $552.8 million Leads the office in its mission to develop and influence policies and practices that increase the number and quality of employment opportunities for people with disabilities; serves as the secretary's principal adviser on disability employment policy Provides advice and assistance to department leadership and administration officials on policy, regulation, legislation and more; develops and maintains strong economic analysis capabilities; represents Labor's positions to Congress, employee and employer associations, foreign governments and others Leads office in its mission to prepare veterans, service members and their spouses for careers, provide them employment resources and expertise, protect their rights, and promote employment opportunities; oversees 245 full-time employees and a budget that in fiscal 2016 was more than $271 billion Heads the principal federal statistical agency responsible for measuring labor market activity, working conditions and price changes in the economy; oversees more than 2,400 federal employees, 700 contractors and an appropriation of $609 million Leads a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in budget outlays and 53,822 total employment, and serves as the administration's principal representative on transportation issues with Congress, other agencies, the transportation community and the public Serves as the department's chief operating officer, responsible for day-to-day operations of DOT's 10 modal administrations; oversees more than 55,000 employees nationwide and overseas; assists with the secretary's responsibilities and acts for him in his absence Serves as DOT's chief legal officer and supervises its nearly 500 lawyers; coordinates the department's legislative efforts, regulatory program and involvement in legal proceedings before other agencies, as well as various operational and international legal matters Leads budget development, performance review, responsible credit administration, and financial management for a department that in fiscal 2015 had more than $75.4 billion in outlays and 53,822 total employment; serves as the secretary's key fiscal adviser and as vice chair of DOT's Credit Council Serves as adviser to department principals on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups; coordinates those activities with modal offices Serves as DOT's long-term strategic lead, advising the secretary on policy matters, leading development of those policies, and generating proposals and advice on legislative and regulatory initiatives across all modes of transportation; is third in the department's order of succession Analyzes and develops policies and plans for economic issues in domestic and international transportation; coordinates international surface transportation policy issues, including trade, technical assistance and cooperation programs; directs public policy related to the airline industry Recommends overall surface transportation policy initiatives to the secretary and coordinates multimodal initiatives and processes, such as the development of the department's proposed reauthorization language and the streamlining of environmental reviews of transportation infrastructure Serves as the department's science, research and intellectual property coordinator, advancing innovation and technology development, conducting research and coordinating multimodal research, providing information to decision-makers, and developing a highly skilled transportation workforce Represents and advises the secretary on matters related to the U. highway transportation system, including the movement of people and goods, and establishes agency policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of approximately $45 billion and 2,800 employees Leads the agency in its mission to prevent commercial motor vehicle-related fatalities and injuries, setting program policies, objectives and priorities; oversees a budget of about $572 million and about 1,147 full-time nonseasonal employees Represents the department and advises the secretary on all railroad activities, serves as DOT's principal contact point for public and private interests in rail transportation matters, and oversees about $1.626 billion and 842 full-time employees Implements a national plan to improve the safety of public transportation systems that receive federal funding, administers urban mass transportation programs and functions, and oversees a budget of about $11 billion and 551 full-time employees Advises and assists the secretary on commercial maritime matters, the U. maritime industry and strategic sealift; liaises with public and private organizations concerned with the U. maritime industry; provides executive leadership at the U. Merchant Marine Academy Leads agency in reducing crash-related fatalities and injuries while ensuring the highest standards of safety on the nation's roads; promulgates uniform standards for developing state highway safety programs; oversees a budget of about $1.2 billion and about 528 full-time nonseasonal employees Provides direction to the national program to protect against the risks to life and property inherent in transporting hazardous materials in commerce, and transporting natural and other gas, petroleum, and other hazardous liquids by pipeline Heads the second largest federal department and sets policies governing its operations; provides a nationwide system of health care services, benefits programs and cemeteries for our veterans; maintains relationships with organizations, groups and individuals interested in veterans affairs Serves as chief operating officer, directing department's policy and operations, and about 340,000 employees; chairs department's governance process through the Strategic Management Council; leads the Business Oversight Board and Capital Investment Board; co-chairs VA-DOD Senior Oversight Committee Serves as the department's chief legal officer and final legal authority, interprets all laws affecting veterans and the department, and reviews all regulations, executive orders, proclamations and policies implementing these laws Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on legislative and congressional liaison matters, and as principal coordinator of VA's legislative program; ensures the department complies with congressionally mandated reports; functions as the point of contact for the Government Accountability Office Develops and implements policies and programs associated with veterans interment and memorialization benefits, and ensures future burial needs are met; oversees more than 1,800 employees and a budget of more than $286 million for the Veterans Affairs cemetery system of 135 national cemeteries Leads the Veterans Health Administration, the largest integrated health care system in the U.

The officer who first restrained Mr Charles, 20, is under investigation for potentially breaching standards of behaviour during the restraint and in how he dealt with the detainee's medical emergency.

Mr Charles died on 22 July in Hackney, east London, having earlier been apprehended by Met officers after running into a shop in Dalston. He was taken to the Royal London Hospital in nearby Whitechapel, but pronounced dead at 2.55am. The IPCC previously said it had found that after he was detained, attempts were made to remove an object from his mouth or throat.

Lawrence River basin and undertakes initiatives Serves as the agency's chief executive and administrative officer; hears and adjudicates appeals by federal employees involved in personnel actions, including removals, suspensions and demotions; reviews regulations issued by OPM and conducts studies of the federal personnel system Hears and adjudicates appeals by federal employees involved in personnel actions, including removals, suspensions and demotions; reviews regulations issued by OPM and conducts studies of the federal personnel system Manages the corporation, which fights global poverty in poor countries with a demonstrated commitment to good governance, using time-limited grant investments designed to reduce poverty through economic growth and help people lift themselves out of poverty Provides leadership and direction to the agency responsible for promoting and advancing scientific and engineering progress in the U. through the support of basic research and education programs; oversaw $734 billion in total outlays in fiscal 2015, and 1,700 employees Works to provide economic and infrastructure development grants to projects within the most economically distressed counties of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and New York, and serves as a liaison between the federal government and the commission Leads the agency responsible for providing the overall direction of executive branch policies related to preventing conflicts of interest on the part of officers and employees of any executive branch agency, as defined in the Ethics in Government Act Provides executive direction, overseeing the agency's programs and activities, and establishing agency policy; consults with representatives of foreign governments and international organizations to further the agency's mission; represents the agency to Congress and the public Provides direction, overseeing the agency's programs and activities, and establishing agency policy as determined by the director; conveys the director's views and agency policy when in contact with Congress, administration officials, the private sector and officials of other governments Develops and maintains regulations for postal rate regulation; consults with the State Department on international postal policies; works to prevents anticompetitive postal practices and promote transparency and accountability Administers comprehensive retirement-survivor and unemployment-sickness benefit programs for the nation's railroad workers and their families; has administrative responsibilities under the Social Security Act for certain benefit payments and railroad workers' Medicare coverage Administers comprehensive retirement-survivor and unemployment-sickness benefit programs for the nation's railroad workers and their families; has administrative responsibilities under the Social Security Act for certain benefit payments and railroad workers' Medicare coverage Links U.

A Metropolitan Police officer is being investigated for gross misconduct over the death of Rashan Charles while in custody, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has announced.

.2 billion and about 528 full-time nonseasonal employees Provides direction to the national program to protect against the risks to life and property inherent in transporting hazardous materials in commerce, and transporting natural and other gas, petroleum, and other hazardous liquids by pipeline Heads the second largest federal department and sets policies governing its operations; provides a nationwide system of health care services, benefits programs and cemeteries for our veterans; maintains relationships with organizations, groups and individuals interested in veterans affairs Serves as chief operating officer, directing department's policy and operations, and about 340,000 employees; chairs department's governance process through the Strategic Management Council; leads the Business Oversight Board and Capital Investment Board; co-chairs VA-DOD Senior Oversight Committee Serves as the department's chief legal officer and final legal authority, interprets all laws affecting veterans and the department, and reviews all regulations, executive orders, proclamations and policies implementing these laws Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on legislative and congressional liaison matters, and as principal coordinator of VA's legislative program; ensures the department complies with congressionally mandated reports; functions as the point of contact for the Government Accountability Office Develops and implements policies and programs associated with veterans interment and memorialization benefits, and ensures future burial needs are met; oversees more than 1,800 employees and a budget of more than 6 million for the Veterans Affairs cemetery system of 135 national cemeteries Leads the Veterans Health Administration, the largest integrated health care system in the U.

The SVR said the fire, which broke out in a technical area of the 10,765sq ft facility, was 'quickly extinguished', a spokesman said.

Serves as chief foreign policy adviser, foreign policy coordinator, senior negotiator and senior Cabinet officer, and leads the department, which had nearly .5 billion in budget outlays in fiscal 2015, and 10,500 nonseasonal full time permanent employees in fiscal 2016 Serves as the department's principal deputy, as acting secretary in the secretary's absence and as the secretary's principal adviser, and assists in the formulation and conduct of U. foreign policy, playing a senior role in international affairs and diplomatic relations Serves as chief operating officer of a department that has about billion in outlays and 10,000 total employment, and as the secretary's principal adviser on overall supervision and direction of State's resource allocation and management activities Advises on domestic and international legal issues arising in the department's work, assists State's principals and policy officers in formulating and implementing U. foreign policies, and promotes development of international law and its institutions as a fundamental element of those policies Advises the secretary on all aspects of budget, grants, financial management and acquisition, and provides for the direction of these activities throughout a department that in fiscal 2015 had nearly .5 billion in outlays and 10,000 total employment Oversees the department's people, resources, facilities, technology and security, and serves as one of the secretary's principal advisers on management issues and allocation of department operating resources, including control of positions, funds and other worldwide department resources Manages global U. security policy in areas of nonproliferation, arms control, regional security and defense relations, arms transfers and security assistance; oversees negotiation, implementation and verification of international arms control and security agreements Coordinates legislative activity, acting as State's "diplomat to Congress," advises the secretary and other department principals on legislative strategy, and reviews proposed legislation and foreign policy statements Serves as intelligence adviser to department principals, supervises all department intelligence activities, and represents State within the intelligence community, serving as the primary liaison with the director of national intelligence Coordinates U. foreign policy on transnational issues, including humanitarian efforts; human rights and labor issues; combating terrorism, trafficking in persons and illicit drug activity; and the documentation of war crimes and atrocities Serves as the department's senior economic official; provides guidance on foreign economic, energy and environmental policy; and directs the formulation, coordination and execution of policy on these matters within State and with other departments and agencies Serve as the department's fourth-highest official and as day-to-day manager of overall regional and bilateral policy issues; oversees the bureaus of Africa, East Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Eurasia, the Near East, South and Central Asia, the Western Hemisphere and International Organizations Serves as the principal foreign policy adviser to the secretary and deputy secretaries in the formulation, conduct and coordination of a comprehensive outreach and public affairs strategy that supports key diplomatic policies, priorities and initiatives worldwide Directs policy and resources on matters of verification of compliance with international arms control, nonproliferation and disarmament agreements; coordinates missile defense cooperation, and diplomatic efforts to support national security space activities and cyber confidence-building measures Assists the secretary and undersecretary for arms control and international security in directing international security and nonproliferation issues; develops and implements policies to curb the proliferation of WMD; represents the U. in bilateral and multilateral negotiations Serves as State's principal liaison to the Department of Defense; provides policy direction on international security, security assistance programs, military operations, defense strategy and plans, and commercial defense trade Serves as senior adviser on conflict and instability issues in fragile states, and works to advance U. national security, by breaking cycles of violent conflict and mitigating crises; advances our understanding of violent conflict through monitoring, analysis and targeted in-country efforts Helps newly formed democracies implement democratic principles, helps advocates establish democracies in their countries, and develops policies to address governments that deny citizens the right to choose their leaders in fair elections; oversees publication of State's annual Human Rights Report Formulates policies to combat international crime and administers programs to reduce illegal drug importation; oversees a budget that in fiscal 2015 was

The SVR said the fire, which broke out in a technical area of the 10,765sq ft facility, was 'quickly extinguished', a spokesman said.

Serves as chief foreign policy adviser, foreign policy coordinator, senior negotiator and senior Cabinet officer, and leads the department, which had nearly $26.5 billion in budget outlays in fiscal 2015, and 10,500 nonseasonal full time permanent employees in fiscal 2016 Serves as the department's principal deputy, as acting secretary in the secretary's absence and as the secretary's principal adviser, and assists in the formulation and conduct of U. foreign policy, playing a senior role in international affairs and diplomatic relations Serves as chief operating officer of a department that has about $26 billion in outlays and 10,000 total employment, and as the secretary's principal adviser on overall supervision and direction of State's resource allocation and management activities Advises on domestic and international legal issues arising in the department's work, assists State's principals and policy officers in formulating and implementing U. foreign policies, and promotes development of international law and its institutions as a fundamental element of those policies Advises the secretary on all aspects of budget, grants, financial management and acquisition, and provides for the direction of these activities throughout a department that in fiscal 2015 had nearly $26.5 billion in outlays and 10,000 total employment Oversees the department's people, resources, facilities, technology and security, and serves as one of the secretary's principal advisers on management issues and allocation of department operating resources, including control of positions, funds and other worldwide department resources Manages global U. security policy in areas of nonproliferation, arms control, regional security and defense relations, arms transfers and security assistance; oversees negotiation, implementation and verification of international arms control and security agreements Coordinates legislative activity, acting as State's "diplomat to Congress," advises the secretary and other department principals on legislative strategy, and reviews proposed legislation and foreign policy statements Serves as intelligence adviser to department principals, supervises all department intelligence activities, and represents State within the intelligence community, serving as the primary liaison with the director of national intelligence Coordinates U. foreign policy on transnational issues, including humanitarian efforts; human rights and labor issues; combating terrorism, trafficking in persons and illicit drug activity; and the documentation of war crimes and atrocities Serves as the department's senior economic official; provides guidance on foreign economic, energy and environmental policy; and directs the formulation, coordination and execution of policy on these matters within State and with other departments and agencies Serve as the department's fourth-highest official and as day-to-day manager of overall regional and bilateral policy issues; oversees the bureaus of Africa, East Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Eurasia, the Near East, South and Central Asia, the Western Hemisphere and International Organizations Serves as the principal foreign policy adviser to the secretary and deputy secretaries in the formulation, conduct and coordination of a comprehensive outreach and public affairs strategy that supports key diplomatic policies, priorities and initiatives worldwide Directs policy and resources on matters of verification of compliance with international arms control, nonproliferation and disarmament agreements; coordinates missile defense cooperation, and diplomatic efforts to support national security space activities and cyber confidence-building measures Assists the secretary and undersecretary for arms control and international security in directing international security and nonproliferation issues; develops and implements policies to curb the proliferation of WMD; represents the U. in bilateral and multilateral negotiations Serves as State's principal liaison to the Department of Defense; provides policy direction on international security, security assistance programs, military operations, defense strategy and plans, and commercial defense trade Serves as senior adviser on conflict and instability issues in fragile states, and works to advance U. national security, by breaking cycles of violent conflict and mitigating crises; advances our understanding of violent conflict through monitoring, analysis and targeted in-country efforts Helps newly formed democracies implement democratic principles, helps advocates establish democracies in their countries, and develops policies to address governments that deny citizens the right to choose their leaders in fair elections; oversees publication of State's annual Human Rights Report Formulates policies to combat international crime and administers programs to reduce illegal drug importation; oversees a budget that in fiscal 2015 was $1.292 billion; leads production of the annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Report Advances U. humanitarian, population and migration policies; guides programs related to the protection and assistance of refugees and other victims of conflict; draws policy attention to and enhances international cooperation on migration, population and reproductive health care issues Promotes economic security and prosperity at home and abroad, and a coherent economic policy across the U. government; serves as State's senior economic official; provides guidance to the department's 1,600 economic officers around the world Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on incorporating energy security strategy, policy, operations and programs into U. foreign policy, and leads the department in a government-wide effort to promote international energy security Oversees ocean, environmental, scientific, fishery, wildlife and conservation affairs; builds international consensus on fighting infectious diseases, and combating wildlife trafficking and illegal fishing; promotes water security, sustainable ocean policy and cooperation on polar issues Protects the lives and interests of U. S.'s primary authority for communications law, regulation and technological innovation Regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in all of the U. as a part of this independent agency overseen by Congress that serves as the U.

S., particularly in the areas of aviation, border security and cybersecurity Leads efforts to protect and enhance the resiliency of the nation's physical and cyber-critical infrastructure from terrorist attacks, natural disasters and other catastrophic incidents by partnering with infrastructure owners and operators as well as federal, state, local and territorial officials Acts as the secretary's technology adviser, manages science and technology research to protect the homeland, monitors technology threats, and capitalizes on technological advancements, developing solutions and strengthening capability Serves as a central resource to department leaders for strategic planning, analysis and decision-making assistance on a breadth of issues across the department, and works to improve communication among DHS agencies, eliminate duplicative efforts and translate policies into action Oversees how the agency carries out its mission to protect U. transportation systems and the traveling public; manages an agency with more than 60,000 full-time employees, about $7.5 billion in discretionary and mandatory budget authority, substantial regulatory authority and a nationwide presence Leads the largest DHS investigative agency, with nearly 20,000 employees and an annual budget of about $6 billion, as it works to promote homeland security and public safety by enforcing criminal and civil federal laws governing border control, customs, trade and immigration Leads FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure that the country works together to prepare for, protect against, and respond to hazards; oversees an agency that in fiscal 2016 had 4,722 nonseasonal full-time permanent employees and a budget of $13.2 billion Operates the world's largest immigration system , with 19,000 employees and a $3 billion annual budget, providing information to customers, granting immigration and citizenship benefits, promoting awareness and understanding of citizenship, and ensuring the integrity of the immigration system Secures the border to keeps out terrorists and their weapons, and facilitates lawful international trade and travel while enforcing hundreds of U. laws and regulations, including on immigration and drugs; leads a workforce of 60,000 and oversees a budget of more than $13 billion Assists the administrator in leading FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure the country works, together to improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate hazards Assists the administrator in leading FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure the country works, together to improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate hazards Oversees coordination of preparedness- and protection-related activities in FEMA, including grants, planning, training, exercises, individual and community preparedness, assessments and continuity of government, as well as coordination activities related to the national capital region Oversees department in its mission to provide affordable housing free from discrimination, help families purchase and stay in their homes, and promote economic development; oversees 8,059 employees and, in fiscal 2015, oversaw more than $35.5 billion in outlays Serves as chief operating officer of the department, which in fiscal 2015 had more than $35.5 billion in outlays and 8,059 employees; carries out strategic plan by overseeing operations, managing the department's agencies and making sure administrative functions support programs and policies Serves as the chief legal adviser to the secretary and other principal staff, and oversees legal opinions, advice and services on all HUD programs, activities, litigation, legislative initiatives, enforcement actions and regulations Serves as principal adviser to the secretary on financial management, and as the senior HUD official responsible for establishing and implementing department policies on financial management, including overseeing the development and implementation of the department's $36 billion budget Serves as the principal adviser to department leadership on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups Advises secretary on issues affecting fair housing, community development and facilities, equal housing opportunity, equal employment opportunity, economic development opportunity, and other civil rights matters as they relate to the disabled, minorities, family groups and civil rights organizations Oversees an agency with multiple housing programs, a budget of about $12 billion, 980 nonseasonal full-time permanent employees, and a $400 billion insurance portfolio, making it the world's largest mortgage insurer Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on departmental policy, program evaluations and demonstrations and research, and is responsible for providing economic information and analyses of housing and community development statistics and other data Serves as the principal adviser to the secretary and deputy secretary on matters relating to the development and management of the department's public and Indian housing programs, which provide affordable housing to more than 1.3 million households nationwide; oversees a budget of about $27 billion Directs the formulation and implementation of strategic human capital policies, programs and systems to promote efficient and effective personnel management for the department; provides HUD leadership with expert advice and technical services on personnel management Directs and coordinates policy for the operations of Ginnie Mae, whose mission is to support a well-functioning housing finance system for government-insured mortgages in the U. by linking domestic and global markets to the nation's housing markets Serves as the federal government's chief law enforcement officer, and as head of a department that has the equivalent of about 112,100 full-time employees and a $33 billion budget; represents the U. in legal matters and gives advice to the president and heads of the executive departments Advises and assists the attorney general in formulating and implementing department policies and programs and in providing overall supervision and direction to the agencies of a department that has the equivalent of about 112,100 full-time employees and a $33 billion budget Advises and assists the attorney general and deputy attorney general in formulating and implementing departmental policies and programs on a broad range of civil justice, federal and local law enforcement, and public safety matters; serves as the third-ranking DOJ official Serves, in effect, as outside counsel for other executive branch agencies, including drafting its own legal opinions and those of the attorney general, providing legal advice on constitutional questions and, reviewing executive orders and proclamations Manages the department's relationship with Congress, including developing strategies to advance legislative initiatives and other interests, overseeing DOJ nominations and articulating the department's position on legislation Congress proposes Oversees enforcement of, improvements to and education about antitrust laws and principles, principally the Sherman Act, a federal antitrust law passed in 1890; reviews proposed mergers and acquisitions to assess their competitive effect and challenges those that threaten to harm competition Oversees one of the department's highest priorities: combating terrorism and other threats to national security; oversees a coordinated national counterterrorism and enforcement program, including the investigation and prosecution of international and domestic terrorism cases Enforces federal laws and regulations on alcohol, tobacco, firearms, explosives and arson by working with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies; oversees a budget of about $1.2 billion, 5,101 positions and 2,536 special agents Protects and defends the U. against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, upholds and enforces U. criminal laws, and provides leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal and international agencies and partners Leads office in its mission to enforce controlled substances laws and regulations; investigates and prepares to prosecute violators of controlled substances laws who operate at the interstate and international level; oversees a budget of about $2 billion, 8,197 positions and 4,899 special agents Supervises the office that serves as the "lawyer for the federal government," representing the U.

It is Russia's equivalent of the CIA and MI6.'Three people perished,' claimed HUE contradicting the SVR statement.'The fire started in an underground tunnel because of electric short circuit and spread to cover 1,000 square metres.'Interfax news agency earlier said that it was 'impossible' to contact three people inside the inferno.

Reports said that 15 fire trucks were needed to extinguish the fire at the espionage base.

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The SVR said the fire, which broke out in a technical area of the 10,765sq ft facility, was 'quickly extinguished', a spokesman said.Serves as chief foreign policy adviser, foreign policy coordinator, senior negotiator and senior Cabinet officer, and leads the department, which had nearly $26.5 billion in budget outlays in fiscal 2015, and 10,500 nonseasonal full time permanent employees in fiscal 2016 Serves as the department's principal deputy, as acting secretary in the secretary's absence and as the secretary's principal adviser, and assists in the formulation and conduct of U. foreign policy, playing a senior role in international affairs and diplomatic relations Serves as chief operating officer of a department that has about $26 billion in outlays and 10,000 total employment, and as the secretary's principal adviser on overall supervision and direction of State's resource allocation and management activities Advises on domestic and international legal issues arising in the department's work, assists State's principals and policy officers in formulating and implementing U. foreign policies, and promotes development of international law and its institutions as a fundamental element of those policies Advises the secretary on all aspects of budget, grants, financial management and acquisition, and provides for the direction of these activities throughout a department that in fiscal 2015 had nearly $26.5 billion in outlays and 10,000 total employment Oversees the department's people, resources, facilities, technology and security, and serves as one of the secretary's principal advisers on management issues and allocation of department operating resources, including control of positions, funds and other worldwide department resources Manages global U. security policy in areas of nonproliferation, arms control, regional security and defense relations, arms transfers and security assistance; oversees negotiation, implementation and verification of international arms control and security agreements Coordinates legislative activity, acting as State's "diplomat to Congress," advises the secretary and other department principals on legislative strategy, and reviews proposed legislation and foreign policy statements Serves as intelligence adviser to department principals, supervises all department intelligence activities, and represents State within the intelligence community, serving as the primary liaison with the director of national intelligence Coordinates U. foreign policy on transnational issues, including humanitarian efforts; human rights and labor issues; combating terrorism, trafficking in persons and illicit drug activity; and the documentation of war crimes and atrocities Serves as the department's senior economic official; provides guidance on foreign economic, energy and environmental policy; and directs the formulation, coordination and execution of policy on these matters within State and with other departments and agencies Serve as the department's fourth-highest official and as day-to-day manager of overall regional and bilateral policy issues; oversees the bureaus of Africa, East Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Eurasia, the Near East, South and Central Asia, the Western Hemisphere and International Organizations Serves as the principal foreign policy adviser to the secretary and deputy secretaries in the formulation, conduct and coordination of a comprehensive outreach and public affairs strategy that supports key diplomatic policies, priorities and initiatives worldwide Directs policy and resources on matters of verification of compliance with international arms control, nonproliferation and disarmament agreements; coordinates missile defense cooperation, and diplomatic efforts to support national security space activities and cyber confidence-building measures Assists the secretary and undersecretary for arms control and international security in directing international security and nonproliferation issues; develops and implements policies to curb the proliferation of WMD; represents the U. in bilateral and multilateral negotiations Serves as State's principal liaison to the Department of Defense; provides policy direction on international security, security assistance programs, military operations, defense strategy and plans, and commercial defense trade Serves as senior adviser on conflict and instability issues in fragile states, and works to advance U. national security, by breaking cycles of violent conflict and mitigating crises; advances our understanding of violent conflict through monitoring, analysis and targeted in-country efforts Helps newly formed democracies implement democratic principles, helps advocates establish democracies in their countries, and develops policies to address governments that deny citizens the right to choose their leaders in fair elections; oversees publication of State's annual Human Rights Report Formulates policies to combat international crime and administers programs to reduce illegal drug importation; oversees a budget that in fiscal 2015 was $1.292 billion; leads production of the annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Report Advances U. humanitarian, population and migration policies; guides programs related to the protection and assistance of refugees and other victims of conflict; draws policy attention to and enhances international cooperation on migration, population and reproductive health care issues Promotes economic security and prosperity at home and abroad, and a coherent economic policy across the U. government; serves as State's senior economic official; provides guidance to the department's 1,600 economic officers around the world Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on incorporating energy security strategy, policy, operations and programs into U. foreign policy, and leads the department in a government-wide effort to promote international energy security Oversees ocean, environmental, scientific, fishery, wildlife and conservation affairs; builds international consensus on fighting infectious diseases, and combating wildlife trafficking and illegal fishing; promotes water security, sustainable ocean policy and cooperation on polar issues Protects the lives and interests of U. S.'s primary authority for communications law, regulation and technological innovation Regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in all of the U. as a part of this independent agency overseen by Congress that serves as the U. S., particularly in the areas of aviation, border security and cybersecurity Leads efforts to protect and enhance the resiliency of the nation's physical and cyber-critical infrastructure from terrorist attacks, natural disasters and other catastrophic incidents by partnering with infrastructure owners and operators as well as federal, state, local and territorial officials Acts as the secretary's technology adviser, manages science and technology research to protect the homeland, monitors technology threats, and capitalizes on technological advancements, developing solutions and strengthening capability Serves as a central resource to department leaders for strategic planning, analysis and decision-making assistance on a breadth of issues across the department, and works to improve communication among DHS agencies, eliminate duplicative efforts and translate policies into action Oversees how the agency carries out its mission to protect U. transportation systems and the traveling public; manages an agency with more than 60,000 full-time employees, about $7.5 billion in discretionary and mandatory budget authority, substantial regulatory authority and a nationwide presence Leads the largest DHS investigative agency, with nearly 20,000 employees and an annual budget of about $6 billion, as it works to promote homeland security and public safety by enforcing criminal and civil federal laws governing border control, customs, trade and immigration Leads FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure that the country works together to prepare for, protect against, and respond to hazards; oversees an agency that in fiscal 2016 had 4,722 nonseasonal full-time permanent employees and a budget of $13.2 billion Operates the world's largest immigration system , with 19,000 employees and a $3 billion annual budget, providing information to customers, granting immigration and citizenship benefits, promoting awareness and understanding of citizenship, and ensuring the integrity of the immigration system Secures the border to keeps out terrorists and their weapons, and facilitates lawful international trade and travel while enforcing hundreds of U. laws and regulations, including on immigration and drugs; leads a workforce of 60,000 and oversees a budget of more than $13 billion Assists the administrator in leading FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure the country works, together to improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate hazards Assists the administrator in leading FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure the country works, together to improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate hazards Oversees coordination of preparedness- and protection-related activities in FEMA, including grants, planning, training, exercises, individual and community preparedness, assessments and continuity of government, as well as coordination activities related to the national capital region Oversees department in its mission to provide affordable housing free from discrimination, help families purchase and stay in their homes, and promote economic development; oversees 8,059 employees and, in fiscal 2015, oversaw more than $35.5 billion in outlays Serves as chief operating officer of the department, which in fiscal 2015 had more than $35.5 billion in outlays and 8,059 employees; carries out strategic plan by overseeing operations, managing the department's agencies and making sure administrative functions support programs and policies Serves as the chief legal adviser to the secretary and other principal staff, and oversees legal opinions, advice and services on all HUD programs, activities, litigation, legislative initiatives, enforcement actions and regulations Serves as principal adviser to the secretary on financial management, and as the senior HUD official responsible for establishing and implementing department policies on financial management, including overseeing the development and implementation of the department's $36 billion budget Serves as the principal adviser to department leadership on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups Advises secretary on issues affecting fair housing, community development and facilities, equal housing opportunity, equal employment opportunity, economic development opportunity, and other civil rights matters as they relate to the disabled, minorities, family groups and civil rights organizations Oversees an agency with multiple housing programs, a budget of about $12 billion, 980 nonseasonal full-time permanent employees, and a $400 billion insurance portfolio, making it the world's largest mortgage insurer Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on departmental policy, program evaluations and demonstrations and research, and is responsible for providing economic information and analyses of housing and community development statistics and other data Serves as the principal adviser to the secretary and deputy secretary on matters relating to the development and management of the department's public and Indian housing programs, which provide affordable housing to more than 1.3 million households nationwide; oversees a budget of about $27 billion Directs the formulation and implementation of strategic human capital policies, programs and systems to promote efficient and effective personnel management for the department; provides HUD leadership with expert advice and technical services on personnel management Directs and coordinates policy for the operations of Ginnie Mae, whose mission is to support a well-functioning housing finance system for government-insured mortgages in the U. by linking domestic and global markets to the nation's housing markets Serves as the federal government's chief law enforcement officer, and as head of a department that has the equivalent of about 112,100 full-time employees and a $33 billion budget; represents the U. in legal matters and gives advice to the president and heads of the executive departments Advises and assists the attorney general in formulating and implementing department policies and programs and in providing overall supervision and direction to the agencies of a department that has the equivalent of about 112,100 full-time employees and a $33 billion budget Advises and assists the attorney general and deputy attorney general in formulating and implementing departmental policies and programs on a broad range of civil justice, federal and local law enforcement, and public safety matters; serves as the third-ranking DOJ official Serves, in effect, as outside counsel for other executive branch agencies, including drafting its own legal opinions and those of the attorney general, providing legal advice on constitutional questions and, reviewing executive orders and proclamations Manages the department's relationship with Congress, including developing strategies to advance legislative initiatives and other interests, overseeing DOJ nominations and articulating the department's position on legislation Congress proposes Oversees enforcement of, improvements to and education about antitrust laws and principles, principally the Sherman Act, a federal antitrust law passed in 1890; reviews proposed mergers and acquisitions to assess their competitive effect and challenges those that threaten to harm competition Oversees one of the department's highest priorities: combating terrorism and other threats to national security; oversees a coordinated national counterterrorism and enforcement program, including the investigation and prosecution of international and domestic terrorism cases Enforces federal laws and regulations on alcohol, tobacco, firearms, explosives and arson by working with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies; oversees a budget of about $1.2 billion, 5,101 positions and 2,536 special agents Protects and defends the U. against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, upholds and enforces U. criminal laws, and provides leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal and international agencies and partners Leads office in its mission to enforce controlled substances laws and regulations; investigates and prepares to prosecute violators of controlled substances laws who operate at the interstate and international level; oversees a budget of about $2 billion, 8,197 positions and 4,899 special agents Supervises the office that serves as the "lawyer for the federal government," representing the U.It is Russia's equivalent of the CIA and MI6.'Three people perished,' claimed HUE contradicting the SVR statement.'The fire started in an underground tunnel because of electric short circuit and spread to cover 1,000 square metres.'Interfax news agency earlier said that it was 'impossible' to contact three people inside the inferno.Reports said that 15 fire trucks were needed to extinguish the fire at the espionage base.

.292 billion; leads production of the annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Report Advances U. humanitarian, population and migration policies; guides programs related to the protection and assistance of refugees and other victims of conflict; draws policy attention to and enhances international cooperation on migration, population and reproductive health care issues Promotes economic security and prosperity at home and abroad, and a coherent economic policy across the U. government; serves as State's senior economic official; provides guidance to the department's 1,600 economic officers around the world Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on incorporating energy security strategy, policy, operations and programs into U. foreign policy, and leads the department in a government-wide effort to promote international energy security Oversees ocean, environmental, scientific, fishery, wildlife and conservation affairs; builds international consensus on fighting infectious diseases, and combating wildlife trafficking and illegal fishing; promotes water security, sustainable ocean policy and cooperation on polar issues Protects the lives and interests of U. S.'s primary authority for communications law, regulation and technological innovation Regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in all of the U. as a part of this independent agency overseen by Congress that serves as the U.

S., particularly in the areas of aviation, border security and cybersecurity Leads efforts to protect and enhance the resiliency of the nation's physical and cyber-critical infrastructure from terrorist attacks, natural disasters and other catastrophic incidents by partnering with infrastructure owners and operators as well as federal, state, local and territorial officials Acts as the secretary's technology adviser, manages science and technology research to protect the homeland, monitors technology threats, and capitalizes on technological advancements, developing solutions and strengthening capability Serves as a central resource to department leaders for strategic planning, analysis and decision-making assistance on a breadth of issues across the department, and works to improve communication among DHS agencies, eliminate duplicative efforts and translate policies into action Oversees how the agency carries out its mission to protect U. transportation systems and the traveling public; manages an agency with more than 60,000 full-time employees, about .5 billion in discretionary and mandatory budget authority, substantial regulatory authority and a nationwide presence Leads the largest DHS investigative agency, with nearly 20,000 employees and an annual budget of about billion, as it works to promote homeland security and public safety by enforcing criminal and civil federal laws governing border control, customs, trade and immigration Leads FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure that the country works together to prepare for, protect against, and respond to hazards; oversees an agency that in fiscal 2016 had 4,722 nonseasonal full-time permanent employees and a budget of .2 billion Operates the world's largest immigration system , with 19,000 employees and a billion annual budget, providing information to customers, granting immigration and citizenship benefits, promoting awareness and understanding of citizenship, and ensuring the integrity of the immigration system Secures the border to keeps out terrorists and their weapons, and facilitates lawful international trade and travel while enforcing hundreds of U. laws and regulations, including on immigration and drugs; leads a workforce of 60,000 and oversees a budget of more than billion Assists the administrator in leading FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure the country works, together to improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate hazards Assists the administrator in leading FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure the country works, together to improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate hazards Oversees coordination of preparedness- and protection-related activities in FEMA, including grants, planning, training, exercises, individual and community preparedness, assessments and continuity of government, as well as coordination activities related to the national capital region Oversees department in its mission to provide affordable housing free from discrimination, help families purchase and stay in their homes, and promote economic development; oversees 8,059 employees and, in fiscal 2015, oversaw more than .5 billion in outlays Serves as chief operating officer of the department, which in fiscal 2015 had more than .5 billion in outlays and 8,059 employees; carries out strategic plan by overseeing operations, managing the department's agencies and making sure administrative functions support programs and policies Serves as the chief legal adviser to the secretary and other principal staff, and oversees legal opinions, advice and services on all HUD programs, activities, litigation, legislative initiatives, enforcement actions and regulations Serves as principal adviser to the secretary on financial management, and as the senior HUD official responsible for establishing and implementing department policies on financial management, including overseeing the development and implementation of the department's billion budget Serves as the principal adviser to department leadership on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups Advises secretary on issues affecting fair housing, community development and facilities, equal housing opportunity, equal employment opportunity, economic development opportunity, and other civil rights matters as they relate to the disabled, minorities, family groups and civil rights organizations Oversees an agency with multiple housing programs, a budget of about billion, 980 nonseasonal full-time permanent employees, and a 0 billion insurance portfolio, making it the world's largest mortgage insurer Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on departmental policy, program evaluations and demonstrations and research, and is responsible for providing economic information and analyses of housing and community development statistics and other data Serves as the principal adviser to the secretary and deputy secretary on matters relating to the development and management of the department's public and Indian housing programs, which provide affordable housing to more than 1.3 million households nationwide; oversees a budget of about billion Directs the formulation and implementation of strategic human capital policies, programs and systems to promote efficient and effective personnel management for the department; provides HUD leadership with expert advice and technical services on personnel management Directs and coordinates policy for the operations of Ginnie Mae, whose mission is to support a well-functioning housing finance system for government-insured mortgages in the U. by linking domestic and global markets to the nation's housing markets Serves as the federal government's chief law enforcement officer, and as head of a department that has the equivalent of about 112,100 full-time employees and a billion budget; represents the U. in legal matters and gives advice to the president and heads of the executive departments Advises and assists the attorney general in formulating and implementing department policies and programs and in providing overall supervision and direction to the agencies of a department that has the equivalent of about 112,100 full-time employees and a billion budget Advises and assists the attorney general and deputy attorney general in formulating and implementing departmental policies and programs on a broad range of civil justice, federal and local law enforcement, and public safety matters; serves as the third-ranking DOJ official Serves, in effect, as outside counsel for other executive branch agencies, including drafting its own legal opinions and those of the attorney general, providing legal advice on constitutional questions and, reviewing executive orders and proclamations Manages the department's relationship with Congress, including developing strategies to advance legislative initiatives and other interests, overseeing DOJ nominations and articulating the department's position on legislation Congress proposes Oversees enforcement of, improvements to and education about antitrust laws and principles, principally the Sherman Act, a federal antitrust law passed in 1890; reviews proposed mergers and acquisitions to assess their competitive effect and challenges those that threaten to harm competition Oversees one of the department's highest priorities: combating terrorism and other threats to national security; oversees a coordinated national counterterrorism and enforcement program, including the investigation and prosecution of international and domestic terrorism cases Enforces federal laws and regulations on alcohol, tobacco, firearms, explosives and arson by working with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies; oversees a budget of about

The SVR said the fire, which broke out in a technical area of the 10,765sq ft facility, was 'quickly extinguished', a spokesman said.

Serves as chief foreign policy adviser, foreign policy coordinator, senior negotiator and senior Cabinet officer, and leads the department, which had nearly $26.5 billion in budget outlays in fiscal 2015, and 10,500 nonseasonal full time permanent employees in fiscal 2016 Serves as the department's principal deputy, as acting secretary in the secretary's absence and as the secretary's principal adviser, and assists in the formulation and conduct of U. foreign policy, playing a senior role in international affairs and diplomatic relations Serves as chief operating officer of a department that has about $26 billion in outlays and 10,000 total employment, and as the secretary's principal adviser on overall supervision and direction of State's resource allocation and management activities Advises on domestic and international legal issues arising in the department's work, assists State's principals and policy officers in formulating and implementing U. foreign policies, and promotes development of international law and its institutions as a fundamental element of those policies Advises the secretary on all aspects of budget, grants, financial management and acquisition, and provides for the direction of these activities throughout a department that in fiscal 2015 had nearly $26.5 billion in outlays and 10,000 total employment Oversees the department's people, resources, facilities, technology and security, and serves as one of the secretary's principal advisers on management issues and allocation of department operating resources, including control of positions, funds and other worldwide department resources Manages global U. security policy in areas of nonproliferation, arms control, regional security and defense relations, arms transfers and security assistance; oversees negotiation, implementation and verification of international arms control and security agreements Coordinates legislative activity, acting as State's "diplomat to Congress," advises the secretary and other department principals on legislative strategy, and reviews proposed legislation and foreign policy statements Serves as intelligence adviser to department principals, supervises all department intelligence activities, and represents State within the intelligence community, serving as the primary liaison with the director of national intelligence Coordinates U. foreign policy on transnational issues, including humanitarian efforts; human rights and labor issues; combating terrorism, trafficking in persons and illicit drug activity; and the documentation of war crimes and atrocities Serves as the department's senior economic official; provides guidance on foreign economic, energy and environmental policy; and directs the formulation, coordination and execution of policy on these matters within State and with other departments and agencies Serve as the department's fourth-highest official and as day-to-day manager of overall regional and bilateral policy issues; oversees the bureaus of Africa, East Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Eurasia, the Near East, South and Central Asia, the Western Hemisphere and International Organizations Serves as the principal foreign policy adviser to the secretary and deputy secretaries in the formulation, conduct and coordination of a comprehensive outreach and public affairs strategy that supports key diplomatic policies, priorities and initiatives worldwide Directs policy and resources on matters of verification of compliance with international arms control, nonproliferation and disarmament agreements; coordinates missile defense cooperation, and diplomatic efforts to support national security space activities and cyber confidence-building measures Assists the secretary and undersecretary for arms control and international security in directing international security and nonproliferation issues; develops and implements policies to curb the proliferation of WMD; represents the U. in bilateral and multilateral negotiations Serves as State's principal liaison to the Department of Defense; provides policy direction on international security, security assistance programs, military operations, defense strategy and plans, and commercial defense trade Serves as senior adviser on conflict and instability issues in fragile states, and works to advance U. national security, by breaking cycles of violent conflict and mitigating crises; advances our understanding of violent conflict through monitoring, analysis and targeted in-country efforts Helps newly formed democracies implement democratic principles, helps advocates establish democracies in their countries, and develops policies to address governments that deny citizens the right to choose their leaders in fair elections; oversees publication of State's annual Human Rights Report Formulates policies to combat international crime and administers programs to reduce illegal drug importation; oversees a budget that in fiscal 2015 was $1.292 billion; leads production of the annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Report Advances U. humanitarian, population and migration policies; guides programs related to the protection and assistance of refugees and other victims of conflict; draws policy attention to and enhances international cooperation on migration, population and reproductive health care issues Promotes economic security and prosperity at home and abroad, and a coherent economic policy across the U. government; serves as State's senior economic official; provides guidance to the department's 1,600 economic officers around the world Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on incorporating energy security strategy, policy, operations and programs into U. foreign policy, and leads the department in a government-wide effort to promote international energy security Oversees ocean, environmental, scientific, fishery, wildlife and conservation affairs; builds international consensus on fighting infectious diseases, and combating wildlife trafficking and illegal fishing; promotes water security, sustainable ocean policy and cooperation on polar issues Protects the lives and interests of U. S.'s primary authority for communications law, regulation and technological innovation Regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in all of the U. as a part of this independent agency overseen by Congress that serves as the U.

S., particularly in the areas of aviation, border security and cybersecurity Leads efforts to protect and enhance the resiliency of the nation's physical and cyber-critical infrastructure from terrorist attacks, natural disasters and other catastrophic incidents by partnering with infrastructure owners and operators as well as federal, state, local and territorial officials Acts as the secretary's technology adviser, manages science and technology research to protect the homeland, monitors technology threats, and capitalizes on technological advancements, developing solutions and strengthening capability Serves as a central resource to department leaders for strategic planning, analysis and decision-making assistance on a breadth of issues across the department, and works to improve communication among DHS agencies, eliminate duplicative efforts and translate policies into action Oversees how the agency carries out its mission to protect U. transportation systems and the traveling public; manages an agency with more than 60,000 full-time employees, about $7.5 billion in discretionary and mandatory budget authority, substantial regulatory authority and a nationwide presence Leads the largest DHS investigative agency, with nearly 20,000 employees and an annual budget of about $6 billion, as it works to promote homeland security and public safety by enforcing criminal and civil federal laws governing border control, customs, trade and immigration Leads FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure that the country works together to prepare for, protect against, and respond to hazards; oversees an agency that in fiscal 2016 had 4,722 nonseasonal full-time permanent employees and a budget of $13.2 billion Operates the world's largest immigration system , with 19,000 employees and a $3 billion annual budget, providing information to customers, granting immigration and citizenship benefits, promoting awareness and understanding of citizenship, and ensuring the integrity of the immigration system Secures the border to keeps out terrorists and their weapons, and facilitates lawful international trade and travel while enforcing hundreds of U. laws and regulations, including on immigration and drugs; leads a workforce of 60,000 and oversees a budget of more than $13 billion Assists the administrator in leading FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure the country works, together to improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate hazards Assists the administrator in leading FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure the country works, together to improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate hazards Oversees coordination of preparedness- and protection-related activities in FEMA, including grants, planning, training, exercises, individual and community preparedness, assessments and continuity of government, as well as coordination activities related to the national capital region Oversees department in its mission to provide affordable housing free from discrimination, help families purchase and stay in their homes, and promote economic development; oversees 8,059 employees and, in fiscal 2015, oversaw more than $35.5 billion in outlays Serves as chief operating officer of the department, which in fiscal 2015 had more than $35.5 billion in outlays and 8,059 employees; carries out strategic plan by overseeing operations, managing the department's agencies and making sure administrative functions support programs and policies Serves as the chief legal adviser to the secretary and other principal staff, and oversees legal opinions, advice and services on all HUD programs, activities, litigation, legislative initiatives, enforcement actions and regulations Serves as principal adviser to the secretary on financial management, and as the senior HUD official responsible for establishing and implementing department policies on financial management, including overseeing the development and implementation of the department's $36 billion budget Serves as the principal adviser to department leadership on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups Advises secretary on issues affecting fair housing, community development and facilities, equal housing opportunity, equal employment opportunity, economic development opportunity, and other civil rights matters as they relate to the disabled, minorities, family groups and civil rights organizations Oversees an agency with multiple housing programs, a budget of about $12 billion, 980 nonseasonal full-time permanent employees, and a $400 billion insurance portfolio, making it the world's largest mortgage insurer Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on departmental policy, program evaluations and demonstrations and research, and is responsible for providing economic information and analyses of housing and community development statistics and other data Serves as the principal adviser to the secretary and deputy secretary on matters relating to the development and management of the department's public and Indian housing programs, which provide affordable housing to more than 1.3 million households nationwide; oversees a budget of about $27 billion Directs the formulation and implementation of strategic human capital policies, programs and systems to promote efficient and effective personnel management for the department; provides HUD leadership with expert advice and technical services on personnel management Directs and coordinates policy for the operations of Ginnie Mae, whose mission is to support a well-functioning housing finance system for government-insured mortgages in the U. by linking domestic and global markets to the nation's housing markets Serves as the federal government's chief law enforcement officer, and as head of a department that has the equivalent of about 112,100 full-time employees and a $33 billion budget; represents the U. in legal matters and gives advice to the president and heads of the executive departments Advises and assists the attorney general in formulating and implementing department policies and programs and in providing overall supervision and direction to the agencies of a department that has the equivalent of about 112,100 full-time employees and a $33 billion budget Advises and assists the attorney general and deputy attorney general in formulating and implementing departmental policies and programs on a broad range of civil justice, federal and local law enforcement, and public safety matters; serves as the third-ranking DOJ official Serves, in effect, as outside counsel for other executive branch agencies, including drafting its own legal opinions and those of the attorney general, providing legal advice on constitutional questions and, reviewing executive orders and proclamations Manages the department's relationship with Congress, including developing strategies to advance legislative initiatives and other interests, overseeing DOJ nominations and articulating the department's position on legislation Congress proposes Oversees enforcement of, improvements to and education about antitrust laws and principles, principally the Sherman Act, a federal antitrust law passed in 1890; reviews proposed mergers and acquisitions to assess their competitive effect and challenges those that threaten to harm competition Oversees one of the department's highest priorities: combating terrorism and other threats to national security; oversees a coordinated national counterterrorism and enforcement program, including the investigation and prosecution of international and domestic terrorism cases Enforces federal laws and regulations on alcohol, tobacco, firearms, explosives and arson by working with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies; oversees a budget of about $1.2 billion, 5,101 positions and 2,536 special agents Protects and defends the U. against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, upholds and enforces U. criminal laws, and provides leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal and international agencies and partners Leads office in its mission to enforce controlled substances laws and regulations; investigates and prepares to prosecute violators of controlled substances laws who operate at the interstate and international level; oversees a budget of about $2 billion, 8,197 positions and 4,899 special agents Supervises the office that serves as the "lawyer for the federal government," representing the U.

It is Russia's equivalent of the CIA and MI6.'Three people perished,' claimed HUE contradicting the SVR statement.'The fire started in an underground tunnel because of electric short circuit and spread to cover 1,000 square metres.'Interfax news agency earlier said that it was 'impossible' to contact three people inside the inferno.

Reports said that 15 fire trucks were needed to extinguish the fire at the espionage base.

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The SVR said the fire, which broke out in a technical area of the 10,765sq ft facility, was 'quickly extinguished', a spokesman said.Serves as chief foreign policy adviser, foreign policy coordinator, senior negotiator and senior Cabinet officer, and leads the department, which had nearly $26.5 billion in budget outlays in fiscal 2015, and 10,500 nonseasonal full time permanent employees in fiscal 2016 Serves as the department's principal deputy, as acting secretary in the secretary's absence and as the secretary's principal adviser, and assists in the formulation and conduct of U. foreign policy, playing a senior role in international affairs and diplomatic relations Serves as chief operating officer of a department that has about $26 billion in outlays and 10,000 total employment, and as the secretary's principal adviser on overall supervision and direction of State's resource allocation and management activities Advises on domestic and international legal issues arising in the department's work, assists State's principals and policy officers in formulating and implementing U. foreign policies, and promotes development of international law and its institutions as a fundamental element of those policies Advises the secretary on all aspects of budget, grants, financial management and acquisition, and provides for the direction of these activities throughout a department that in fiscal 2015 had nearly $26.5 billion in outlays and 10,000 total employment Oversees the department's people, resources, facilities, technology and security, and serves as one of the secretary's principal advisers on management issues and allocation of department operating resources, including control of positions, funds and other worldwide department resources Manages global U. security policy in areas of nonproliferation, arms control, regional security and defense relations, arms transfers and security assistance; oversees negotiation, implementation and verification of international arms control and security agreements Coordinates legislative activity, acting as State's "diplomat to Congress," advises the secretary and other department principals on legislative strategy, and reviews proposed legislation and foreign policy statements Serves as intelligence adviser to department principals, supervises all department intelligence activities, and represents State within the intelligence community, serving as the primary liaison with the director of national intelligence Coordinates U. foreign policy on transnational issues, including humanitarian efforts; human rights and labor issues; combating terrorism, trafficking in persons and illicit drug activity; and the documentation of war crimes and atrocities Serves as the department's senior economic official; provides guidance on foreign economic, energy and environmental policy; and directs the formulation, coordination and execution of policy on these matters within State and with other departments and agencies Serve as the department's fourth-highest official and as day-to-day manager of overall regional and bilateral policy issues; oversees the bureaus of Africa, East Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Eurasia, the Near East, South and Central Asia, the Western Hemisphere and International Organizations Serves as the principal foreign policy adviser to the secretary and deputy secretaries in the formulation, conduct and coordination of a comprehensive outreach and public affairs strategy that supports key diplomatic policies, priorities and initiatives worldwide Directs policy and resources on matters of verification of compliance with international arms control, nonproliferation and disarmament agreements; coordinates missile defense cooperation, and diplomatic efforts to support national security space activities and cyber confidence-building measures Assists the secretary and undersecretary for arms control and international security in directing international security and nonproliferation issues; develops and implements policies to curb the proliferation of WMD; represents the U. in bilateral and multilateral negotiations Serves as State's principal liaison to the Department of Defense; provides policy direction on international security, security assistance programs, military operations, defense strategy and plans, and commercial defense trade Serves as senior adviser on conflict and instability issues in fragile states, and works to advance U. national security, by breaking cycles of violent conflict and mitigating crises; advances our understanding of violent conflict through monitoring, analysis and targeted in-country efforts Helps newly formed democracies implement democratic principles, helps advocates establish democracies in their countries, and develops policies to address governments that deny citizens the right to choose their leaders in fair elections; oversees publication of State's annual Human Rights Report Formulates policies to combat international crime and administers programs to reduce illegal drug importation; oversees a budget that in fiscal 2015 was $1.292 billion; leads production of the annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Report Advances U. humanitarian, population and migration policies; guides programs related to the protection and assistance of refugees and other victims of conflict; draws policy attention to and enhances international cooperation on migration, population and reproductive health care issues Promotes economic security and prosperity at home and abroad, and a coherent economic policy across the U. government; serves as State's senior economic official; provides guidance to the department's 1,600 economic officers around the world Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on incorporating energy security strategy, policy, operations and programs into U. foreign policy, and leads the department in a government-wide effort to promote international energy security Oversees ocean, environmental, scientific, fishery, wildlife and conservation affairs; builds international consensus on fighting infectious diseases, and combating wildlife trafficking and illegal fishing; promotes water security, sustainable ocean policy and cooperation on polar issues Protects the lives and interests of U. S.'s primary authority for communications law, regulation and technological innovation Regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in all of the U. as a part of this independent agency overseen by Congress that serves as the U. S., particularly in the areas of aviation, border security and cybersecurity Leads efforts to protect and enhance the resiliency of the nation's physical and cyber-critical infrastructure from terrorist attacks, natural disasters and other catastrophic incidents by partnering with infrastructure owners and operators as well as federal, state, local and territorial officials Acts as the secretary's technology adviser, manages science and technology research to protect the homeland, monitors technology threats, and capitalizes on technological advancements, developing solutions and strengthening capability Serves as a central resource to department leaders for strategic planning, analysis and decision-making assistance on a breadth of issues across the department, and works to improve communication among DHS agencies, eliminate duplicative efforts and translate policies into action Oversees how the agency carries out its mission to protect U. transportation systems and the traveling public; manages an agency with more than 60,000 full-time employees, about $7.5 billion in discretionary and mandatory budget authority, substantial regulatory authority and a nationwide presence Leads the largest DHS investigative agency, with nearly 20,000 employees and an annual budget of about $6 billion, as it works to promote homeland security and public safety by enforcing criminal and civil federal laws governing border control, customs, trade and immigration Leads FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure that the country works together to prepare for, protect against, and respond to hazards; oversees an agency that in fiscal 2016 had 4,722 nonseasonal full-time permanent employees and a budget of $13.2 billion Operates the world's largest immigration system , with 19,000 employees and a $3 billion annual budget, providing information to customers, granting immigration and citizenship benefits, promoting awareness and understanding of citizenship, and ensuring the integrity of the immigration system Secures the border to keeps out terrorists and their weapons, and facilitates lawful international trade and travel while enforcing hundreds of U. laws and regulations, including on immigration and drugs; leads a workforce of 60,000 and oversees a budget of more than $13 billion Assists the administrator in leading FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure the country works, together to improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate hazards Assists the administrator in leading FEMA in its mission to support citizens and first responders, and ensure the country works, together to improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate hazards Oversees coordination of preparedness- and protection-related activities in FEMA, including grants, planning, training, exercises, individual and community preparedness, assessments and continuity of government, as well as coordination activities related to the national capital region Oversees department in its mission to provide affordable housing free from discrimination, help families purchase and stay in their homes, and promote economic development; oversees 8,059 employees and, in fiscal 2015, oversaw more than $35.5 billion in outlays Serves as chief operating officer of the department, which in fiscal 2015 had more than $35.5 billion in outlays and 8,059 employees; carries out strategic plan by overseeing operations, managing the department's agencies and making sure administrative functions support programs and policies Serves as the chief legal adviser to the secretary and other principal staff, and oversees legal opinions, advice and services on all HUD programs, activities, litigation, legislative initiatives, enforcement actions and regulations Serves as principal adviser to the secretary on financial management, and as the senior HUD official responsible for establishing and implementing department policies on financial management, including overseeing the development and implementation of the department's $36 billion budget Serves as the principal adviser to department leadership on legislative affairs, congressional relations and policy matters affecting federal, state and local governments, and public and private interest groups Advises secretary on issues affecting fair housing, community development and facilities, equal housing opportunity, equal employment opportunity, economic development opportunity, and other civil rights matters as they relate to the disabled, minorities, family groups and civil rights organizations Oversees an agency with multiple housing programs, a budget of about $12 billion, 980 nonseasonal full-time permanent employees, and a $400 billion insurance portfolio, making it the world's largest mortgage insurer Serves as the secretary's principal adviser on departmental policy, program evaluations and demonstrations and research, and is responsible for providing economic information and analyses of housing and community development statistics and other data Serves as the principal adviser to the secretary and deputy secretary on matters relating to the development and management of the department's public and Indian housing programs, which provide affordable housing to more than 1.3 million households nationwide; oversees a budget of about $27 billion Directs the formulation and implementation of strategic human capital policies, programs and systems to promote efficient and effective personnel management for the department; provides HUD leadership with expert advice and technical services on personnel management Directs and coordinates policy for the operations of Ginnie Mae, whose mission is to support a well-functioning housing finance system for government-insured mortgages in the U. by linking domestic and global markets to the nation's housing markets Serves as the federal government's chief law enforcement officer, and as head of a department that has the equivalent of about 112,100 full-time employees and a $33 billion budget; represents the U. in legal matters and gives advice to the president and heads of the executive departments Advises and assists the attorney general in formulating and implementing department policies and programs and in providing overall supervision and direction to the agencies of a department that has the equivalent of about 112,100 full-time employees and a $33 billion budget Advises and assists the attorney general and deputy attorney general in formulating and implementing departmental policies and programs on a broad range of civil justice, federal and local law enforcement, and public safety matters; serves as the third-ranking DOJ official Serves, in effect, as outside counsel for other executive branch agencies, including drafting its own legal opinions and those of the attorney general, providing legal advice on constitutional questions and, reviewing executive orders and proclamations Manages the department's relationship with Congress, including developing strategies to advance legislative initiatives and other interests, overseeing DOJ nominations and articulating the department's position on legislation Congress proposes Oversees enforcement of, improvements to and education about antitrust laws and principles, principally the Sherman Act, a federal antitrust law passed in 1890; reviews proposed mergers and acquisitions to assess their competitive effect and challenges those that threaten to harm competition Oversees one of the department's highest priorities: combating terrorism and other threats to national security; oversees a coordinated national counterterrorism and enforcement program, including the investigation and prosecution of international and domestic terrorism cases Enforces federal laws and regulations on alcohol, tobacco, firearms, explosives and arson by working with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies; oversees a budget of about $1.2 billion, 5,101 positions and 2,536 special agents Protects and defends the U. against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, upholds and enforces U. criminal laws, and provides leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal and international agencies and partners Leads office in its mission to enforce controlled substances laws and regulations; investigates and prepares to prosecute violators of controlled substances laws who operate at the interstate and international level; oversees a budget of about $2 billion, 8,197 positions and 4,899 special agents Supervises the office that serves as the "lawyer for the federal government," representing the U.It is Russia's equivalent of the CIA and MI6.'Three people perished,' claimed HUE contradicting the SVR statement.'The fire started in an underground tunnel because of electric short circuit and spread to cover 1,000 square metres.'Interfax news agency earlier said that it was 'impossible' to contact three people inside the inferno.Reports said that 15 fire trucks were needed to extinguish the fire at the espionage base.

.2 billion, 5,101 positions and 2,536 special agents Protects and defends the U. against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, upholds and enforces U. criminal laws, and provides leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal and international agencies and partners Leads office in its mission to enforce controlled substances laws and regulations; investigates and prepares to prosecute violators of controlled substances laws who operate at the interstate and international level; oversees a budget of about billion, 8,197 positions and 4,899 special agents Supervises the office that serves as the "lawyer for the federal government," representing the U.

It is Russia's equivalent of the CIA and MI6.'Three people perished,' claimed HUE contradicting the SVR statement.'The fire started in an underground tunnel because of electric short circuit and spread to cover 1,000 square metres.'Interfax news agency earlier said that it was 'impossible' to contact three people inside the inferno.

Reports said that 15 fire trucks were needed to extinguish the fire at the espionage base.

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