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    Manafort moves to suppress evidence found in storage unit
    Apr07

    Manafort moves to suppress evidence found in storage unit

    Lawyers for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort are arguing that what could be key evidence against him should be kept out of court because the FBI violated his Constitutional rights by illegally entering a storage locker belonging to Manafort’s firm. The FBI first got into the Alexandria, Va. storage unit last May with the...

    US hits Russia with fresh sanctions over ‘malign activity’ including Crimea and Bashar Assad support
    Apr06

    US hits Russia with fresh sanctions over ‘malign activity’ including Crimea and Bashar Assad support

    Russian oligarchs and Kremlin officials have been hit with fresh US sanctions over Moscow’s alleged “malign activity”. …read more Source:...

    David Lammy: ‘Kids are getting killed. Where is the prime minister? Where is Sadiq Khan?’
    Apr06

    David Lammy: ‘Kids are getting killed. Where is the prime minister? Where is Sadiq Khan?’

    Following a shocking rise in violence in London in which four of his constituents died, the Tottenham MP is calling for politicians to admit the ‘war on drugs’ has failed – and that black lives matterDavid Lammy is one of those politicians whose public profile has never correlated with his position in his party, or converted into frontbench...

    Ukraine urges EU to join deeper US sanctions on Russia
    Apr06

    Ukraine urges EU to join deeper US sanctions on Russia

    …read more Source: Financial...

    Trump sanctions Putin’s inner circle
    Apr06

    Trump sanctions Putin’s inner circle

    The Trump administration on Friday sanctioned seven oligarchs with close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, including Putin’s son-in-law and businessmen with links to the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, further widening the gap between Trump’s rhetoric and actions towards Russia. Included on the sanctions list is Oleg...

    Johnson, Corbyn and too many others are playing into Russia’s hands on the Skripal poisoning
    Apr06

    Johnson, Corbyn and too many others are playing into Russia’s hands on the Skripal poisoning

    We are losing at what are supposedly Britain’s oldest strengths: spycraft and media. Talk to a police officer, and they’ll tell you most murders are nothing like those on TV. There’s no series of dramatic twists, the early acquitted suspect, the reveal just in time for the ad break – instead it’s the street knife fight...

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art at Ludwig Museum
    Apr06

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art at Ludwig Museum

    The first major presentation of Ukrainian contemporary art in Hungary opened yesterday at the Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    Low voter turnout good for Fidesz | Ukrayinska Pravda – Ukraine
    Apr06

    Low voter turnout good for Fidesz | Ukrayinska Pravda – Ukraine

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    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art
    Apr06

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art

    The first major presentation of Ukrainian contemporary art in Hungary opened yesterday at the Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    Tennis: Ana Bogdan, through to Monterrey quarterfinals
    Apr06

    Tennis: Ana Bogdan, through to Monterrey quarterfinals

    Romanian tennis player Ana Bogdan qualified for the quarterfinals of the WTA tournament in Monterrey (Mexico), with total prizes worth 226,750 USD, on Thursday, after she defeated Spanish Sara Sorribes Tormo, 6-2, 6-3. Sixth seeded Bogdan, 25 years, WTA's 90th, concluded the game with the 21-year-old and WTA's 115th Spanish player in...

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