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    Rex Tillerson: All eyes on US Secretary of State at G20 in diplomatic debut
    Feb16

    Rex Tillerson: All eyes on US Secretary of State at G20 in diplomatic debut

    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Thursday will make his diplomatic debut at a G20 gathering in Germany, where his counterparts hope to find out what "America First" means for the rest of the world. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Thursday will make his diplomatic debut at a G20 gathering in Germany, where his counterparts...

    Ukraine charges Russia with new cyberattacks on infrastructure
    Feb16

    Ukraine charges Russia with new cyberattacks on infrastructure

    Ukraine on Wednesday accused Russian hackers of targeting its power grid, financial system and other infrastructure with a new type of virus that attacks industrial processes, the latest in a series of cyberoffensives against the country. Oleksandr Tkachuk, Ukraine’s security service chief of staff, said at a press conference that the...

    Bolsheviks capture Kiev – archive, 1918
    Feb16

    Bolsheviks capture Kiev – archive, 1918

    16 February 1918: Little by little the counter-revolutionaries were forced back by artillery and by bayonetsA report transmitted through the wireless stations of the Russian Government on February 11, announcing the capture of Kieff by Bolshevik troops, contains the following:–Events at Kieff took the following course. At the time when our troops...

    Trump’s Plan for the United Soviet(!) of America
    Feb16

    Trump’s Plan for the United Soviet(!) of America

    By Jean-Francois BoittinTrump is determined to “make the USA great again” — the United Soviet of America, that is. On numerous occasions, candidate – and now President – Trump has expressed admiration for Vladimir Putin, the Russian President’s leadership qualities and his own desire to work with him. Cozying up to Russia...

    Trump govt on verge of crisis over Russia – Analyst
    Feb16

    Trump govt on verge of crisis over Russia – Analyst

    The administration of US President Donald Trump is doing everything in its power to avoid a political crisis with Russia over the Crimean peninsula, says James Jatras, a former US senate foreign policy adviser. On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said US President Donald Trump “expects the Russian government to de-escalate...

    Russian foreign ministry creates Chicken Crimea fitting Kremlin’s foreign policy
    Feb16

    Russian foreign ministry creates Chicken Crimea fitting Kremlin’s foreign policy

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    Obama was “too soft” on Russia over Crimea annexation: Trump
    Feb16

    Obama was “too soft” on Russia over Crimea annexation: Trump

    Washington D.C. [U.S.], Feb. 16 (ANI): Under increasing pressure over his administrations relationship with Russia, US President Donald Trump took a swipe at the previous Obama administration, sugges …read more Source: Big News...

    Russia Won’t Discuss Crimea, Dismisses Report Of Contacts With Trump Team
    Feb16

    Russia Won’t Discuss Crimea, Dismisses Report Of Contacts With Trump Team

    Russian President Vladimir Putins spokesman says Moscow will not discuss the return of Crimea to Ukraine with the United States or any other country. Dmitry Peskov spoke on February 15, a day after …read more Source: Big News...

    Trump: US defence chief to NATO: pay up or we reduce support
    Feb16

    Trump: US defence chief to NATO: pay up or we reduce support

    US Defence Secretary James Mattis bluntly warned NATO allies Wednesday that Donald Trump's administration would "moderate its commitment" to the transatlantic alliance unless members met their spending pledges. US Defence Secretary James Mattis bluntly warned NATO allies Wednesday that Donald Trump’s administration would...

    Trump dodges questions as Russia scandal deepens
    Feb16

    Trump dodges questions as Russia scandal deepens

    WASHINGTON: Donald Trump dodged questions about ties with Russia, railed against intelligence leaks and defended a key aide he just fired, as crisis engulfed his young presidency Wednesday. Amid revelations that Trump aides were in repeated contact with Russian intelligence officials in the run-up to his shock election victory last year, the...