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    Russia expects sanctions to stay in place despite Trump win
    Nov11

    Russia expects sanctions to stay in place despite Trump win

    Russia expects Western sanctions over the Ukraine conflict to stay in place despite Donald Trump winning the US presidential election. …read more Source: Eyewitness...

    Enter Trump the Peacemaker
    Nov11

    Enter Trump the Peacemaker

    Does Trump’s victory mean we’re on the verge of the Third World War? Sean O’Grady doesn’t think so. ||| Does Trump’s victory mean we’re on the verge of the Third World War? Sean O’Grady doesn’t think so. London – Relax: Donald Trump will soon be in White House. I know, I know – but...

    Trump: Hollande to ‘clarify positions’ with President-elect in call
    Nov11

    Trump: Hollande to ‘clarify positions’ with President-elect in call

    "Each time the American people were by our side," he said, adding: "Our two peoples are very closely connected." French President Francois Hollande said Friday he would “clarify positions” with US president-elect Donald Trump during “frank” telephone discussions later in the day.”I will have to...

    Hollande says will ‘clarify positions’ with Trump in call Friday
    Nov11

    Hollande says will ‘clarify positions’ with Trump in call Friday

    The French leader cited the fight against terrorism, the battle against the ISIS and the conflict in Ukraine among the subjects he wished to discuss with Trump.PARIS,France, Nov 11 – French President Francois Hollande said Friday he would “clarify positions” with US president-elect Donald Trump during “frank” telephone discussions later in the...

    Magnus Carlsen: Norwegian grandmaster adds sex appeal to chess
    Nov11

    Magnus Carlsen: Norwegian grandmaster adds sex appeal to chess

    The country's interest in chess has skyrocketed since the 25-year-old took the game's global throne in 2013. Norwegian world chess champion Magnus Carlsen is hoping to prove that “smart is the new sexy”, as he prepares to defend his title against Russia’s Sergei Karyakin.Interest in chess in the Nordic country has...

    Karyakin: Chess star is a symbol of geopolitical divides
    Nov11

    Karyakin: Chess star is a symbol of geopolitical divides

    The 26-year-old from Crimea adds a special dimension to Friday's match in New York. Russian chess grandmaster Sergei Karyakin dismisses the geopolitical overtones of his forthcoming East-West showdown against Norwegian reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen — insisting it’s just a matter of sporting pride.But the 26-year-old from...

    Karyakin: Russian challenges Norway’s Carlsen for world chess crown
    Nov10

    Karyakin: Russian challenges Norway’s Carlsen for world chess crown

    The match in New York will be the youngest ever by cumulative age for the biggest crown in chess. Russian chess master Sergei Karyakin squares off against reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen from Norway on Friday in an East-West clash that has sparked memories of classic Cold War encounters.The 600,000-euro ($668,000) match in New York will be...

    Trump: Isolationist President-elect stokes NATO defence fears
    Nov10

    Trump: Isolationist President-elect stokes NATO defence fears

    A key test will be Russia and whether Trump keeps campaign promises to improve ties strained to breaking point by the Ukraine crisis. Donald Trump’s “America first” approach has Europe worried he may cut US commitments to NATO just as it mounts its biggest military build-up since the end of the Cold War to counter a more...

    Moscow arrests alleged saboteurs planning attack in Crimea
    Nov10

    Moscow arrests alleged saboteurs planning attack in Crimea

    Russia’s security service has arrested several people in Sevastopol as alleged saboteurs working for Ukrainian military intelligence. Kyiv refutes claims the Ukrainian group was planning to attack infrastructure targets. …read more Source:...

    eNCA | Ukrainian saboteurs in Crimea detained: Russian security service
    Nov10

    eNCA | Ukrainian saboteurs in Crimea detained: Russian security service

    The Federal Security Service said it had confiscated explosive devices and weapons from the group, made up of intelligence agents from the Ukrainian Defence Ministry. …read more Source:...

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