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    Trump advisor Roger Stone communicated with DNC hacker “Guccifer 2.0” during the 2016 campaign
    Mar12

    Trump advisor Roger Stone communicated with DNC hacker “Guccifer 2.0” during the 2016 campaign

    Roger Stone, President Trump’s longtime advisor, has admitted to exchanging what he claims are “completely innocuous” messages with the hacker or hackers who claim to have infiltrated the DNC during the 2016 presidential campaign. He told the Washington Times that he corresponded on Twitter with “Guccifer 2.0,” the self-described...

    Couple’s five-week ordeal over
    Mar12

    Couple’s five-week ordeal over

    A South African mother whose son and future daughter-in-law were incarcerated for more than five weeks in the United Arab Emirates is relieved that their ordeal is finally over. Emlyn Culverwell, 29, from the Eastern Cape and his Ukrainian fiancée, Iryna Nohai, 27, were released on Wednesday from Al Wathba prison in Abu Dhabi. They …read...

    Ukraine Threatens to Collapse Its Own Banking Sector to Spite Russia – RI Staff
    Mar12

    Ukraine Threatens to Collapse Its Own Banking Sector to Spite Russia – RI Staff

    ISIS-style war crimes . Meanwhile, in the capital, Ukrainian officials are busy drawing up plans to destroy their own economy — in order to “spite” Russia. The National Bank of Uk …read more Source: Japan Herald...

    Couple’s five-week ordeal over
    Mar12

    Couple’s five-week ordeal over

    A South African mother whose son and future daughter-in-law were incarcerated for more than five weeks in the United Arab Emirates is relieved that their ordeal is finally over. Emlyn Culverwell, 29, from the Eastern Cape and his Ukrainian fiancée, Iryna Nohai, 27, were released on Wednesday from Al Wathba prison in Abu Dhabi. They were jailed...

    The Daily Signal Won’t Be Bullied by the Establishment Media
    Mar12

    The Daily Signal Won’t Be Bullied by the Establishment Media

    “What’s a legitimate news outlet?” Apparently not The Daily Signal, if you believe the self-proclaimed arbiters of journalism who represent the “mainstream” media. The Washington Post published a story Friday with that audacious headline, questioning the “unusual” development of our White House correspondent’s handling pool coverage...

    Unquiet American
    Mar12

    Unquiet American

    STANFORD, California — “I wish him well,” tweeted Michael McFaul, on the day Jon Huntsman was offered the delicate job of ambassador to Russia from the United States. It’s the job McFaul held from January 2012 to February 2014, when he resigned after 24 months of the most unrelenting workplace...

    Merkel Coming to Washington to Talk Trade, Russia Strategy
    Mar12

    Merkel Coming to Washington to Talk Trade, Russia Strategy

    Ukraine sanctions During his campaign for the presidency, Trump accused Merkel of ruining Germany with policies that welcomed large numbers of refugees. The chancellor, who was kn …read more Source: Big News...

    Boris Johnson Warns Russians Could Hack Into U.K. Computers
    Mar12

    Boris Johnson Warns Russians Could Hack Into U.K. Computers

    U.K. foreign secretary Boris Johnson warned Sunday that the Russians have the ability to launch cyberattacks on the British electoral system. During an appearance on U.K. political talk show “Peston on Sunday,” the former London mayor said there’s plenty of reason to believe Russia could interfere.“We have no evidence the Russians are...

    Ukraine’s fight against fake news goes global
    Mar12

    Ukraine’s fight against fake news goes global

    KIEV, Ukraine — When “little green men” invaded Crimea in the spring of 2014, Russian media went into overdrive, smearing Ukraine’s Euro-revolution as a “fascist coup d’état.” A group of professors and students struck back and unwittingly made history that spring...

    Companies face conflict between ethics and profit in war zones
    Mar12

    Companies face conflict between ethics and profit in war zones

    Paris // Some multinationals working in conflict zones are turning to ethically dubious practices to keep their factories operating, employees working and goods flowing.French-Swiss cement manufacturer LafargeHolcim admitted this month that it resorted to “unacceptable” practices in 2013 and 2014 to keep its Jalabiya plant in Syria...