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    Merkel’s Bavarian ally calls for quick end to Russian sanctions
    Jan29

    Merkel’s Bavarian ally calls for quick end to Russian sanctions

    BERLIN (Reuters) – The leader of Bavaria’s sister party to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats called for ending sanctions imposed against Russia by Europe and the United States for its invasion of Crimea and its military actions in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Fears grow over Jihadist cyber threat
    Jan29

    Fears grow over Jihadist cyber threat

    LILLE, France: Jihadists have yet to shut down a power grid, paralyse a transport network or banking system or take over a key industrial site from afar, but experts say the threat of such a cyber attack should be taken seriously. Analysts fear that while extremist groups may not have the necessary skills themselves, they could hire someone else...

    Trump, Putin discuss ‘mutually beneficial’ trade, security
    Jan29

    Trump, Putin discuss ‘mutually beneficial’ trade, security

    var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]); By JULIE PACE and VIVIAN SALAMA WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump had an hourlong discussion Saturday with Russian President Vladimir Putin — the first since Trump assumed office last week — raising questions over the fate of U.S. sanctions against Moscow and whether the two will...

    Trump and Putin connect over Middle East and repairing relationship
    Jan29

    Trump and Putin connect over Middle East and repairing relationship

    President Donald Trump had a “positive call” with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday, during which the two promised to cooperate on destroying ISIS in Syrian and repair U.S. and Russian relations.The discussion was part of a diplomatic effort to connect over the phone with foreign leaders from countries including Japan,...

    France, Germany concerned about Trump’s moves to limit refugees
    Jan29

    France, Germany concerned about Trump’s moves to limit refugees

    PARIS: France, Germany and Luxembourg voiced disquiet on Saturday over US President Donald Trump’s decision to limit immigration and refugees from some Muslim countries, with Berlin and Paris also reaffirming a firm line on Russian sanctions. Speaking at a joint news conference in Paris with his German counterpart Sigmar Gabriel, French...

    ‘Calexit’ Process Lunges Forward, Pays Homage to Crimea
    Jan29

    ‘Calexit’ Process Lunges Forward, Pays Homage to Crimea

    The “Yes California” campaign will begin to collect signatures to qualify for the 2018 ballot. …read more Source:...

    Putin call a ‘significant start’ to better US-Russia ties: White House
    Jan29

    Putin call a ‘significant start’ to better US-Russia ties: White House

    WASHINGTON, Jan 28, 2017 (AFP) – President Donald Trumps White House hailed Saturday his call with Russian leader Vladimir Putin as a significant start to better ties between Washington and Moscow, whose relations have plunged to lows not seen since the Cold War.During the hour-long conversation, which the White House billed as a...

    President Trump’s careless talk puts Nato on high alert
    Jan29

    President Trump’s careless talk puts Nato on high alert

    Russia’s incursions into Ukraine reawakened the West to the threat posed by the superpower after a quarter-century slumber. In Estonia, however, they say wariness of their eastern neighbour is handed down with mother’s milk, and citizens of the Baltic state never forget what it means to share a border with an unpredictable superpower....

    France´s Hollande warns Trump against protectionism
    Jan29

    France´s Hollande warns Trump against protectionism

    PARIS: French President Francois Hollande on Saturday warned US President Donald Trump against taking a protectionist approach, which he said would have economic and political consequences “In an unstable and uncertain world, turning inward would be a dead-end,” Hollande told Trump in their first official telephone conversation,...

    Putin and Trump agree to try to rebuild U.S.-Russia ties, cooperate in Syria
    Jan29

    Putin and Trump agree to try to rebuild U.S.-Russia ties, cooperate in Syria

    MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump agreed to try to rebuild US- Russia ties and to cooperate in Syria, the Kremlin said on Saturday, after the two men spoke for the first time since Trump’s inauguration. US-Russia relations hit a post-Cold War low under the Barack Obama administration and Trump has made...