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    St. Nicholas Workshop held in Somerset, N.J., at Ukrainian History and Education Center
    Jan06

    St. Nicholas Workshop held in Somerset, N.J., at Ukrainian History and Education Center

    SOMERSET, N.J. – On Sunday afternoon, December 18, 2016, St. Nicholas visited the children and families gathered at the historic Heinrich Fisher House on the grounds of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church Metropolia in Somerset, N.J., for the first ever St. Nicholas Workshop sponsored by the Ukrainian History and Education Center. He was greeted with...

    Republicans support Donald Trump as he questions U.S. intelligence
    Jan06

    Republicans support Donald Trump as he questions U.S. intelligence

    (Stephen Crowley/The New York Times/Redux) WASHINGTON — A few years ago President Barack Obama came under conservative fire for choosing, at times, to read his daily intelligence briefings, rather than receive them in-person. Republican Rep. Paul Ryan was among those piling on. “I have a hard time comprehending that, because the primary job of...

    Putin and the Populists
    Jan06

    Putin and the Populists

    Donald Trump is practically alone in mainstream American politics in his consistent praise of Vladimir Putin and insistence that the United States would benefit from warmer relations with Russia. But that inclination to view Putin more as ally than adversary places Trump squarely in line with the racially infused, conservative-populist movements...

    NATO and Russia in game of cat and mouse in Baltic skies
    Jan06

    NATO and Russia in game of cat and mouse in Baltic skies

    SIAULIAI: French jets have been engaged in a game of cat and mouse with Russian fighters in the skies above the Baltic states, as NATO keeps a close eye on Russia’s ambitions, reports BSS. Four French Mirage jets this week completed a four-month tour of duty in Lithuania-and their crews were busy, engaging with Russian planes on 23...

    Volunteer Medics Demand Ukraine Provide Front-Line Ambulances
    Jan06

    Volunteer Medics Demand Ukraine Provide Front-Line Ambulances

    After three years of conflict, volunteer medics are still evacuating the wounded in private cars — and are demanding the Ukrainian army provide more front-line ambulances. (Levko Stek, Maryan Kushnik, RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine’s military denies Russian hack attack (AFP)
    Jan06

    Ukraine’s military denies Russian hack attack (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukraine’s military on Friday denied a report claiming Russia may have hacked targeting software for its heavy artillery in a breach that could have helped Moscow track Kiev’s big guns. …read more Source: The West...

    Republicans are publicly taking Donald Trump’s side in his war against the intelligence community
    Jan06

    Republicans are publicly taking Donald Trump’s side in his war against the intelligence community

    In this Jan. 5, 2017, photo, House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wis. listens during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington. As President-elect Donald Trump questions U.S. spy agency conclusions about Russia interfering in the 2016 presidential election and praises Russian President Vladimir Putin and appears to side with WikiLeaks founder Julian...

    Conway ‘disappointed’ in media leaks before intel briefing
    Jan06

    Conway ‘disappointed’ in media leaks before intel briefing

    A senior member of Donald Trump’s transition team expressed disappointment Friday that contents of the intelligence community’s report regarding Russia’s cyberattacks against American political targets were leaked to the media ahead of the president-elect’s scheduled briefing.That report, delivered to President Barack...

    Ukraine’s military denies Russian hack attack
    Jan06

    Ukraine’s military denies Russian hack attack

    …read more Source: Al-Manar TV

    Ukraine’s military denies Russian hack attack
    Jan06

    Ukraine’s military denies Russian hack attack

    Ukraine’s military Friday denied a report claiming Russia may have hacked targeting software for its heavy artillery in a breach that could have helped Moscow track Kiev’s big guns …read more Source: The Daily...