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    Russia Invites Donald Trump to Crimea
    Jul28

    Russia Invites Donald Trump to Crimea

    The Russian-backed government of Crimea has welcomed U.S. presidential hopeful Donald Trump, after he was cited saying he was open to discussing the territory’s contested status. Trump has received some praise from the Kremlin and has in turn said he would seek to end the rift between the U.S. and Russia. When asked if Trump would consider...

    How Donald Trump Made the U.S. a Target For Russia’s New Brand Of Warfare
    Jul28

    How Donald Trump Made the U.S. a Target For Russia’s New Brand Of Warfare

    One afternoon in the fall of 2014, Konstantin Sivkov, a well-known strategist in Russia’s military and intelligence circles, invited me out to a Russian eatery in the north of Moscow, the sort of place a salary man might go for a plate of stuffed cabbage and a glass of vodka. He chose a quiet booth with a view of the street and ordered a...

    Photography: Fairy tale characters brought to life
    Jul28

    Photography: Fairy tale characters brought to life

    Photographer, Iryna Dzhul and several others created the photo project for both children and adults who love fairytales. In these awesome photos that show a remake of your favourite fairy tales, it shows fabulous scenes of Kyiv, Ukraine and its beautiful landscapes.Apart from the photographer, the other Ukranian celebrities involved in the...

    Russia Bolsters Military On Southwestern Flank Amid NATO Buildup
    Jul28

    Russia Bolsters Military On Southwestern Flank Amid NATO Buildup

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia has strengthened its southwestern flank as NATO builds up its military presence and Ukraine remains unstable, Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Wednesday in remarks the United States called contrary to efforts to lower tensions.Moscow has deployed more air defense systems in the southwest and has also...

    The Morning Vertical, July 28, 2016
    Jul28

    The Morning Vertical, July 28, 2016

    Your daily roundup. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Putin Incorporates Crimea into Southern Federal District
    Jul28

    Putin Incorporates Crimea into Southern Federal District

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved the unification of the Crimean Peninsula with the Southern Federal District, previously known as the North Caucasian Federal District, TASS reports. The motives are not immediately clear. Russia incorporated Crimea into its territory in March 2014, following what it calls a local referendum where an...

    3D image dedicated to Baku Chess Olympiad completed
    Jul28

    3D image dedicated to Baku Chess Olympiad completed

    Renowned 3D street artist from Ukraine Alex Maksiov has visited Baku at the invitation of the Baku Chess Olympiad Operating Committee. Engaged in street art since 1990, Alex is the winner of numerous festivals held in Germany, Italy and Russia. …read more Source:...

    Trump encourages Russia to hack Clinton emails
    Jul28

    Trump encourages Russia to hack Clinton emails

    Donald Trump sensationally challenged Russia on Wednesday to hack into Hillary Clinton’s emails as a furious Democratic campaign accused the Republican nominee of inviting foreign spies to meddle in the US presidential election. At a wide-ranging news conference, the New York billionaire tried to undermine his White House rival, implied...

    Role reversal: The Dems become the security party
    Jul28

    Role reversal: The Dems become the security party

    Barack Obama, whom Donald Trump earlier in the day called “the most ignorant president in our history” on foreign policy, returned the favor Wednesday night, suggesting that the Republican nominee had no clue what he was talking about—especially in comparison to Hillary Clinton. “Until you’ve sat at that desk, you don’t know what...

    Democrats key on Trump’s national security fitness
    Jul28

    Democrats key on Trump’s national security fitness

    With Democrats sensing that Donald Trump is newly vulnerable on national security grounds after startling statements about Russia and NATO, Wednesday night’s convention speakers blasted Trump’s fitness to be commander in chief, suggesting that only Hillary Clinton could keep America safe — and avoid nuclear war. “No major party...