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    Trump doubtful as US spy chiefs to testify on Russian hacking
    Jan05

    Trump doubtful as US spy chiefs to testify on Russian hacking

    Top US spy chiefs will testify in Congress on Thursday, on alleged Russian interference in the US election as President-elect Donald Trump continued to question intelligence that Moscow was behind the hacking of Democratic Party computers. The American public could get a better idea of the strength of the evidence on the alleged hacking as the...

    Christmas ornaments on display in Kiev museum
    Jan05

    Christmas ornaments on display in Kiev museum

    Ukraine’s state museum of toys has opened an exhibition of Christmas ornaments. …read more Source:...

    Analyst: Trump’s Defense of Russia Puts Him Outside Mainstream America
    Jan05

    Analyst: Trump’s Defense of Russia Puts Him Outside Mainstream America

    U.S. President-elect Donald Trump continues to cast doubt on the conclusion of U.S. intelligence that Russia interfered in the U.S. presidential election. Washington last week imposed new sanctions on Russia after determining that Moscow was behind the hacking of Democratic Party computers. But some prominent Republicans have said they want even...

    Trump puzzled as US view chiefs to attest on Russian hacking
    Jan05

    Trump puzzled as US view chiefs to attest on Russian hacking

    PHOTO: AFP WASHINGTON DC: Top US view chiefs will attest in Congress on Thursday, on purported Russian division in a US choosing as President-elect Donald Trump continued to doubt comprehension that Moscow was behind a hacking of Democratic celebration computers. The American open could get a improved thought of a strength of a justification on a...

    Trump doubtful as US spy chiefs to testify on Russian hacking
    Jan05

    Trump doubtful as US spy chiefs to testify on Russian hacking

    WASHINGTON: Top US spy chiefs will testify in Congress Thursday on alleged Russian interference in the US election as President-elect Donald Trump continued to question intelligence that Moscow was behind the hacking of Democratic party computers. The American public could get a better idea of the strength of the evidence on the alleged hacking...

    Think Before Sanctioning Russia
    Jan05

    Think Before Sanctioning Russia

    Between the cyberattacks it allegedly directed, its continued military support for the Assad regime in Syria, its deployment of nuclear-capable missiles on NATO’s eastern border, and its obstruction in the UN Security Council, Russia has gotten a lot of people in Washington angry—and justifiably so. It is a certainty that once the new...

    China, Ukraine enjoy vast opportunities under Silk Road Initiative: Ukrainian official
    Jan05

    China, Ukraine enjoy vast opportunities under Silk Road Initiative: Ukrainian official

    China and Ukraine, which are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations Wednesday, have vast potential to push forward their strategic cooperation thanks to the opportunities offered by the Silk Road Initiative, a senior Ukrainian official said Wednesday. …read more Source: English China News...

    Donald Trump’s Pick For Secretary Of State Tries To Allay Senators’ Concerns About His Russia Ties
    Jan05

    Donald Trump’s Pick For Secretary Of State Tries To Allay Senators’ Concerns About His Russia Ties

    WASHINGTON ― Former Exxon Mobil chief executive Rex Tillerson attempted to alleviate concerns about his past ties with Russia during a series of meetings with senators from both parties on Wednesday. During his 10 years in charge at Exxon Mobil, Tillerson, who has been tapped to serve as secretary of state, developed close ties with high-ranking...

    McCain: Russia cyber-attacks on US an ‘act of war’
    Jan05

    McCain: Russia cyber-attacks on US an ‘act of war’

    WASHINGTON: Russia’s alleged cyber-attacks on US political organizations – hacking which the intelligence community concluded amounted to meddling in the US election – were an “act of war,” senior US Senator John McCain said Wednesday. “It’s an act of war,” McCain, a hawkish Republican and critic of the...

    Maidan Year Three: Revolution Comes Full Circle Amidst Police Reform, U.S.-Trained Right Wing SWAT Force and Former Venezuela Ambassador
    Jan05

    Maidan Year Three: Revolution Comes Full Circle Amidst Police Reform, U.S.-Trained Right Wing SWAT Force and Former Venezuela Ambassador

    On the third year anniversary of the Maidan revolution, I’m holed up in Kyiv’s decidedly retro, Soviet-era Ukraina hotel. Located just a stone’s throw away from Maidan square itself, Ukraina is linked to the revolt against former president Viktor Yanukovych, for it was here that snipers may have shot at protesters from inside...