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    Trump loses pick for top security advisor
    Feb17

    Trump loses pick for top security advisor

    Ex-US admiral Robert S. Harward previously commanded a Navy SEALs unit that specialized in operations across the Middle East © AFPWashington, United States, Feb 17 – Donald Trump’s reported pick for national security advisor turned down the job just hours after the president defended the ousted Michael Flynn, saying he “wasn’t wrong”...

    Munich Security Conference to focus on transatlantic ties amid uncertainties
    Feb17

    Munich Security Conference to focus on transatlantic ties amid uncertainties

    MUNICH – Over 500 participants from around the world are expected to discuss a swathe of major global security issues ranging from the future of the transatlantic alliance to the West-Russia relations as the 53rd Munich Security Conference (MSC) officially opens here Friday afternoon., The key annual gathering for the international...

    Andrey Pyatakhin  is awarded  a gratitude diploma from the Prime  Minister of Armenia
    Feb17

    Andrey Pyatakhin  is awarded  a gratitude diploma from the Prime  Minister of Armenia

    ArmInfo. Gagik Makaryan, the President of the Employers Association of Armenia, gave over Andrey Pyatakhin, the Director General of Beeline Armenia, the Gratitute Diploma from the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia for improvement of sustainable employment, honorable work and high level of corporate responsibility. Gagik Makaryan, the EAA...

    Tony Blair’s denial won’t change the referendum result
    Feb17

    Tony Blair’s denial won’t change the referendum result

    It must have been a slow news day. Personally, though I’m not saying the stuff about woolly mammoths being resurrected within two years was the coolest thing ever, I do think it was in the top one. I’d have been happy with wall-to-wall news on that this morning. Instead, we had live coverage of a speech by some bloke called Blair,...

    The Morning Vertical, February 17, 2017
    Feb17

    The Morning Vertical, February 17, 2017

    Your daily roundup. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The Daily Vertical: The Kremlin’s Existential Threat
    Feb17

    The Daily Vertical: The Kremlin’s Existential Threat

    The views expressed in this commentary do not necessarily reflect the views of RFE/RL. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    There’s no need to trash talk Klitschko – Anthony Joshua
    Feb17

    There’s no need to trash talk Klitschko – Anthony Joshua

    Anthony Joshua says he doesn’t need to trash talk Wladimir Klitschko ahead of their world title fight at Wembley on April 29. The IBF world heavyweight champion will take on the Ukrainian with his… …read more Source:...

    UNICEF says more Ukrainian children need aid
    Feb17

    UNICEF says more Ukrainian children need aid

    UN children’s fund says 420,000 more youngsters will need help in 2017 as fighting continues in eastern Ukraine …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Leaks Plague Trump White House, Will They Continue?
    Feb17

    Leaks Plague Trump White House, Will They Continue?

    President Donald Trump’s administration has been plagued by leaks of confidential information since before Trump was sworn into office, but the nature of the unauthorized disclosures is somewhat different from the leaks that have annoyed or enraged other U.S. presidents. Leaks themselves, the premature, unofficial release of confidential...

    Has BT got too big for its boots?
    Feb17

    Has BT got too big for its boots?

    This is a vitally important year for the UK’s mobile phone industry. Ofcom will be auctioning off a new allocation of spectrum that will be used by mobile phone companies to offer additional internet services to customers. The first auction will supplement the current ability of mobile providers to offer 4G internet services, while another...