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    German FM: Donald Trump victory would threaten transatlantic ties
    Jul28

    German FM: Donald Trump victory would threaten transatlantic ties

    A Donald Trump presidency would lead to “many uncertainties for the transatlantic relationship,” the German foreign minister warned Thursday. Frank-Walter Steinmeier called Trump’s view of the U.S. as a country surrounded by inner and outer enemies “grotesque,” in an interview with Passauer Neuer Presse. “The fact that a presidential...

    Ukraine’s vice PM says her country won’t recognize Kosovo
    Jul28

    Ukraine’s vice PM says her country won’t recognize Kosovo

    Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze met in Belgrade on Thursday.They discussed “bilateral relations” and “agreed it was important that the leaderships of Serbia and Ukraine support the territorial integrity of both countries,” Tanjug reported, quoting a...

    Putin Incorporates Crimea into Southern Federal District
    Jul28

    Putin Incorporates Crimea into Southern Federal District

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved the unification of the Crimean Peninsula with the Southern Federal District, previously known as the North Caucasian Federal District, TASS reports. The motives are not immediately clear. Russia incorporated Crimea into its territory in March 2014, following what it calls a local referendum where an...

    Democrats key on Trump’s national security fitness
    Jul28

    Democrats key on Trump’s national security fitness

    With Democrats sensing that Donald Trump is newly vulnerable on national security grounds after startling statements about Russia and NATO, Wednesday night’s convention speakers blasted Trump’s fitness to be commander in chief, suggesting that only Hillary Clinton could keep America safe — and avoid nuclear war. “No major party...

    Role reversal: The Dems become the security party
    Jul28

    Role reversal: The Dems become the security party

    Barack Obama, whom Donald Trump earlier in the day called “the most ignorant president in our history” on foreign policy, returned the favor Wednesday night, suggesting that the Republican nominee had no clue what he was talking about—especially in comparison to Hillary Clinton. “Until you’ve sat at that desk, you don’t know what...

    European newspapers overwhelmingly critical of Brexit vote
    Jul28

    European newspapers overwhelmingly critical of Brexit vote

    Study of newspaper coverage in 13 countries across Europe, plus the US, reveals widespread lack of enthusiasm for Britain’s decision to leave the EU European newspapers were overwhelmingly critical of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. According to a comprehensive review of the press coverage in 13 countries following the EU...

    [Ticker] Russia adds troops in Crimea
    Jul28

    [Ticker] Russia adds troops in Crimea

    Russia has deployed a “self-sufficient” contingent of troops in Crimea, Russia’s defence minister Sergei Shoigu has said on Wednesday. He also said Russia had strengthened its south-western flank in response to the Nato build-up along the Russia border. The US state department said Russian troop positions in Crimea counter...

    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church
    Jul28

    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church

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    Trump goes it alone on Russia
    Jul28

    Trump goes it alone on Russia

    A day after Hillary Clinton made history, Donald Trump turned history on its head. The nominee of the Republican Party — the party that takes credit for winning the Cold War — on Wednesday appeared to align himself with Russia over his Democratic opponent, in remarks that suggested to many he was urging Moscow to interfere in a U.S. election....

    Romania’s Halep/ Niculescu pairing advances to Rogers Cup women’s doubles quarter-finals
    Jul28

    Romania’s Halep/ Niculescu pairing advances to Rogers Cup women’s doubles quarter-finals

    Romanian pairing Simona Halep/Monica Niculescu on Wednesday advanced to the women’s doubles quarter-finals at the 2,413,663-USD Rogers Cup 2016 in Montreal after defeating Ukraine’s Katerina Bondarenko/Olga Savchuk 6-1, 6-3. …read more Source:...

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