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    Schenkkan: “December referendum was indeed one of the most undeniable of all of Armenia’s corrupted elections”
    Jan14

    Schenkkan: “December referendum was indeed one of the most undeniable of all of Armenia’s corrupted elections”

    On January 4th, over 100 people attended the premiere screening of Referendum Rewind at the Tribeca Film Center in lower Manhattan. Filmed, edited and directed by LA filmmaker and activist Robert Davidian, a native of New York, the film chronicles the pro-democracy movement in the Republic of Armenia. Through the voices of the people and live...

    Winter storm batters Europe, thousands evacuated
    Jan14

    Winter storm batters Europe, thousands evacuated

    LONDON: A powerful winter storm battered Europe on Friday (Saturday in Manila), knocking power out for 330,000 homes in France, prompting the evacuation of thousands of seaside dwellers in Britain and disrupting travel. Britain issued more than a dozen severe flood warnings, meaning there was a risk of danger to life, and deployed the military to...

    President Obama extends sanctions against Russia for another year
    Jan14

    President Obama extends sanctions against Russia for another year

    US President Barack Obama decreed to extend sanctions against Russia for another year over the existing situation in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Trump says cabinet picks free to express own ideas
    Jan14

    Trump says cabinet picks free to express own ideas

    WASHINGTON: US President-elect Donald Trump on Friday shrugged off the strikingly divergent positions his cabinet picks have taken on Russia, torture, and a host of other issues, saying he wanted them to express their own ideas. “All of my Cabinet nominee (sic) are looking good and doing a great job,” he said in an early morning tweet...

    Winter storm batters Europe
    Jan14

    Winter storm batters Europe

    LONDON: A powerful winter storm battered Europe on Friday (Saturday in Manila), knocking power out for 330,000 homes in France, prompting the evacuation of thousands of seaside dwellers in Britain and disrupting travel. Britain issued more than a dozen severe flood warnings, meaning there was a risk of danger to life, and deployed the military to...

    Tennis: Don’t call me ‘Sir Andy’, says Murray
    Jan14

    Tennis: Don’t call me ‘Sir Andy’, says Murray

    MELBOURNE (AFP) – Andy Murray said there was no need to call him Sir on Saturday as he took a relaxed approach to his new status as a knight of the realm and world number one at the Australian Open.The laconic Scot said just being called Andy was fine despite a decision by Australia’s Channel Seven to refer to him as Sir Andy Murray at the...

    Trump’s pivotal Russian test
    Jan14

    Trump’s pivotal Russian test

    NEW YORK – There’s a mood of confidence in Moscow bordering on triumphalism. Russia is dictating the grim outcome in Syria. It has annexed with impunity part of Ukraine and set limits on the country’s Westernising ambitions. It has influenced, through… …read more Source:...

    After 2016 campaign, more Americans consider Russia a threat
    Jan14

    After 2016 campaign, more Americans consider Russia a threat

    Russian President Vladimir Putin takes part in a video link, dedicated to the start of natural gas supplying from mainland Russia to Crimea, in Moscow, Russia, December 27, 2016. Photo: Sputnik via Reuters NEW YORK: Americans are more concerned than they were before the 2016 US presidential campaign began about the potential threat Russia poses...

    Ukraine bans Russia’s independent Dozhd TV station
    Jan14

    Ukraine bans Russia’s independent Dozhd TV station

    New York, January 13, 2017—Ukrainian authorities should immediately reverse an order banning broadcasts of the independent Russian television channel Dozhd (Rain) in the country, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. Dozhd reported yesterday that the Ukrainian regulator, the National … …read more Source:...

    Trump says cabinet picks free to express own ideas
    Jan14

    Trump says cabinet picks free to express own ideas

    WASHINGTON: US President-elect Donald Trump on Friday shrugged off the strikingly divergent positions his cabinet picks have taken on Russia, torture, and a host of other issues, saying he wanted them to express their own ideas. “All of my Cabinet nominee (sic) are looking good and doing a great job,” he said in an early morning tweet exactly one...

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