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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Russian meddling doubters should wait to see report, says Brennan
    Jan04

    Russian meddling doubters should wait to see report, says Brennan

    JUDY WOODRUFF: Now we begin a series of conversations with top officials in the Obama administration, as its eight years in office come to a close. John Brennan has served as director of the Central Intelligence Agency since March of 2013. It’s an agency he knew well before his tenure as director. He was a station chief overseas, and an...

    New Republican-led US Congress lays groundwork for Trump era
    Jan03

    New Republican-led US Congress lays groundwork for Trump era

    WASHINGTON — The Republican-led US Congress begins a new session on Tuesday in which it will start laying plans for enacting President-elect Donald Trump’s agenda of cutting taxes, repealing Obamacare and rolling back financial and environmental regulations. With Trump set to be sworn in as president on January 20, Republican lawmakers hope...

    Nadal storms into Brisbane second round
    Jan03

    Nadal storms into Brisbane second round

    BRISBANE – Former world No. 1 Rafael Nadal enjoyed an ideal start to his first Brisbane International Tuesday, storming into the second round with a straight sets win over Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov. Nadal took only 74 minutes to see off Dolgopolov 6-3, 6-3 and book a second round clash with Germany’s Mischa Zverev, who earlier...

    Watch: Ukrainian marchers in Kiev chant ‘Jews out’
    Jan03

    Watch: Ukrainian marchers in Kiev chant ‘Jews out’

    Ukrainian nationalists chant “Jews out” at march celebrating the birthday of a Nazi collaborator whose troops killed thousands of Jews. …read more Source: Arutz...

    What’s the Biggest Test Trump Will Face in 2017?
    Jan03

    What’s the Biggest Test Trump Will Face in 2017?

    “It is going to be so easy.” Those were the words candidate Donald Trump used in October, imagining a future where he, as president, would replace the Affordable Care Act with something “great.”In reality, no presidency is easy—the office’s unique role at home and around the world assures that. To be president is to face an unending barrage...

    Nadal storms into second round
    Jan03

    Nadal storms into second round

    Spaniard took only 74 minutes to see off Dolgopolov 6-3, 6-3 Former world number one Rafael Nadal enjoyed an ideal start to his first Brisbane International yesterday, storming into the second round with a straight sets win over Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov. Nadal took only 74 minutes to see off Dolgopolov 6-3, 6-3 and book a second round clash...

    Rafael Nadal storms into the second round of Brisbane
    Jan03

    Rafael Nadal storms into the second round of Brisbane

    BRISBANE, Australia (AFP) – Former world number one Rafael Nadal enjoyed an ideal start to his first Brisbane International Tuesday, storming into the second round with a straight sets win over Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov.Nadal took only 74 minutes to see off Dolgopolov 6-3, 6-3 and book a second round clash with Germanys Mischa Zverev,...

    Ukrainian marchers in Kiev chant ‘Jews out’
    Jan03

    Ukrainian marchers in Kiev chant ‘Jews out’

    Demonstrators celebrate the birthday of WWII Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera, who fought against Soviet army …read more Source: The Times of...

    Former CIA Director: Multiple Countries May Be Behind Political Hacks
    Jan03

    Former CIA Director: Multiple Countries May Be Behind Political Hacks

    Former CIA Director James Woolsey said on Tuesday that multiple countries may be behind the hackings into American political computer systems during the 2016 election. Woolsey said on CNN that it is difficult to determine who was behind the cyber attacks but Russia was probably involved–and likely not alone. “It’s not like taking a number...

    ‘Learning how to kill’: Right-wing militia trains Russians to fight the next war — with or without Putin
    Jan03

    ‘Learning how to kill’: Right-wing militia trains Russians to fight the next war — with or without Putin

    ST. PETERSBURG — In a half-lit basement on a side street in St. Petersburg, 18 men holding reproduction Makarov pistols were fumbling through an exercise, racking the slides, taking aim and firing. Click, click, click, click, click. Repeat. Denis Gariev, the instructor, called out to pause the training. He was not about to air his political...