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    Bipartisan Anger Grows Over Russian Interference Into U.S. Election
    Dec11

    Bipartisan Anger Grows Over Russian Interference Into U.S. Election

    WASHINGTON ― A growing number of senators on both sides of the aisle are calling for investigations into Russian involvement in the U.S. election process.“I think we need to get to the bottom of it,” Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said in a Sunday morning interview with ABC’s “This Week. “And I think there should be an investigation because in...

    Three Ukrainian troops killed in rebel east
    Dec11

    Three Ukrainian troops killed in rebel east

    KIEV: Three Ukrainian soldiers were killed and two wounded in the country’s rebel east, the bloodiest day for government forces in more than a month, Kiev said Sunday. “Over the past 24 hours three Ukrainian soldiers were killed in combat,” military spokesman Oleksandr Motuzyanyk told journalists. “It happened as a result...

    Ukraine intends to use the experience of Kyrgyzstan in using automatic calculating boxes during elections
    Dec11

    Ukraine intends to use the experience of Kyrgyzstan in using automatic calculating boxes during elections

    Bishkek, December 11 / Kabar /. Ukraine intends to use the experience of Kyrgyzstan in using the automatic calculating boxes during elections, chairman of the Central Election Commission of Ukraine Mykhailo Ohendovsky said at a meeting with journalists in Bishkek. “Today we were able to visit a number of polling stations in Bishkek and Chui...

    Trump: Reports of Russian hacking ‘ridiculous’
    Dec11

    Trump: Reports of Russian hacking ‘ridiculous’

    President-elect Donald Trump called reports that the Russian government endeavored to help him win last month’s presidential election “ridiculous” and “just another excuse” in an interview that aired Sunday morning, once again questioning the intelligence community he will take charge of...

    Trump: Reports of Russian hacking ‘ridiculous’
    Dec11

    Trump: Reports of Russian hacking ‘ridiculous’

    President-elect Donald Trump called reports that the Russian government endeavored to help him win last month’s presidential election “ridiculous” and “just another excuse” in an interview that aired Sunday morning, once again questioning the intelligence community he will take charge of when he is inaugurated next month.Trump told “Fox...

    The Continued Unravelling of the Middle East: A Deep Dive into History
    Dec11

    The Continued Unravelling of the Middle East: A Deep Dive into History

    Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi announcing the creation of the Islamic State, June 30, 2014 The political constellation of the Middle East has been, until recently, relatively durable for the better part of three-quarters of a century. Except for the division of the British mandate of Palestine between Israel and Palestine and the border revisions...

    Kabila supporters to face EU sanctions – sources
    Dec11

    Kabila supporters to face EU sanctions – sources

    Brussels – The EU will impose sanctions on seven supporters of Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila after a crackdown on protests against his hold on power left more than 50 people dea …read more Source: Big News...

    Kiev says 3 troops killed in eastern Ukraine clashes
    Dec11

    Kiev says 3 troops killed in eastern Ukraine clashes

    “Over the past 24 hours three Ukrainian soldiers were killed in combat,” says Ukraine’s military spokesman. …read more Source:...

    Who Killed Alexander Perepilichny?
    Dec11

    Who Killed Alexander Perepilichny?

    On November 10, 2012, Alexander Perepilichny was feeling a little under the weather. He decided to try to shake it off by taking a few laps around the gated community southwest of London where Russian émigrés like him lived in multimillion-dollar mansions alongside members of the English elite. Perepilichny jogged through a neighborhood of homes...

    Ukrainian schoolchildren learn to the echoes of shelling
    Dec11

    Ukrainian schoolchildren learn to the echoes of shelling

    MARINKA (UKRAINE) – Two long bells mean children must pack their blankets and clothing and run into a bomb shelter at this dilapidated school on the frontline of Ukraine’s smouldering war. …read more Source: Bangkok...