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    Putin: Obama’s govt is working hard to undermine Trump
    Jan17

    Putin: Obama’s govt is working hard to undermine Trump

    MOSCOW (AP) — In a biting attack, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday accused the outgoing U.S. administration of trying to undermine President-elect Donald Trump by spreading fake allegations and said those who are doing it are “worse than prostitutes.” The statement reflected the Kremlin’s boiling anger at President Barack...

    Putin: Obama’s govt is working hard to undermine Trump
    Jan17

    Putin: Obama’s govt is working hard to undermine Trump

    Asked about an unsubstantiated dossier outlining unverified claims that Trump engaged in sexual activities with prostitutes at a Moscow hotel, Putin dismissed it as “fake” and “nonsense” and said it was part of efforts by Obama’s administration to “undermine the legitimacy of the president-elect” despite...

    No sex for unregistered voters, Mombasa MP urges
    Jan17

    No sex for unregistered voters, Mombasa MP urges

    While it is mandatory in other countries for citizens to vote, it is not the same here in Kenya/MUTHONI NJUKIMOMBASA, Kenya Jan 17 – ‘No voters card, no sex’ is the rallying call by Mombasa Woman Representative Mishi Mboko, as part of measures to mobilise residents of the coastal region to register as voters. “Women, if your husband has not...

    US administration trying to undermine Donald Trump: Vladimir Putin
    Jan17

    US administration trying to undermine Donald Trump: Vladimir Putin

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing the outgoing US administration of trying to undermine President-elect Donald Trump by spreading fake allegations. Putin, speaking at a news conference today, described a dossier on Trump as part of efforts by President Barack Obama’s administration to “undermine the legitimacy of the...

    Ukraine files complaint against Russia with UN high court
    Jan17

    Ukraine files complaint against Russia with UN high court

    The highest court of the United Nations announced the case on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine files case against Russia at UN’s highest court
    Jan17

    Ukraine files case against Russia at UN’s highest court

    In the case announced Tuesday by the International Court of Justice, Ukraine accused Moscow of “intervening militarily in Ukraine, financing acts of terrorism, and violating the human rights of millions of Ukraine’s citizens.” An international criminal probe concluded last year that a missile that destroyed the Malaysian...

    Rattled Europe Debates How Best to Approach Trump
    Jan17

    Rattled Europe Debates How Best to Approach Trump

    European governments struggled Tuesday to assess whether outspoken remarks by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, made in a weekend interview with two European newspapers, will be translated into new policies. European leaders had hoped that as Trump’s inauguration approached, the president-elect would tone down his campaign-trail criticism...

    Ukraine files case against Russia at UN’s highest court
    Jan17

    Ukraine files case against Russia at UN’s highest court

    Ukraine has filed a case against Russia at the United Nations’ highest court, accusing Moscow of illegally annexing Crimea and illicitly funding separatist rebel groups in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: FOX...

    Putin is either defending Trump, or demonstrating autocratic dictator level trolling
    Jan17

    Putin is either defending Trump, or demonstrating autocratic dictator level trolling

    It’s so difficult to detect snark on the Internet even from people you know. Add in a language barrier, the difficulty of the author being autocratic dictator who regularly orders the death of people for failing to bow low enough, and well … Asked about a dossier alleging Trump’s sexual activities at a Moscow hotel, Putin dismissed it...

    Russia sanctions shouldn’t be lifted as reward for cooperation elsewhere
    Jan17

    Russia sanctions shouldn’t be lifted as reward for cooperation elsewhere

    Estonian Foreign Minister Sven Mikser said on Tuesday he doesn’t support the idea to ease the sanctions imposed on Russia as a result of its actions in Ukraine as a reward for Moscow cooperating in some other area, reports LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...