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    Ukraine says five soldiers killed in worst clash in months
    Dec18

    Ukraine says five soldiers killed in worst clash in months

    Ukraine said five of its soldiers were killed on Sunday by pro-Russian insurgents in the bloodiest clash in the war-scarred ex-Soviet republic in months. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine says five troops killed in worst clash in months (AFP)
    Dec18

    Ukraine says five troops killed in worst clash in months (AFP)

    Donetsk (Ukraine) (AFP) – Ukraine said five of its troops were killed Sunday by pro-Russian insurgents in the bloodiest clash in the war-scarred ex-Soviet republic in months. …read more Source: The West...

    Ukraine says five troops killed in rebel east
    Dec18

    Ukraine says five troops killed in rebel east

    Ukraine said five of its troops were killed Sunday by pro-Russian insurgents in one of the worst clashes in the war-scarred ex-Soviet republic in months. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Obama cozied up to China and battled Putin. Trump is doing the exact opposite.
    Dec18

    Obama cozied up to China and battled Putin. Trump is doing the exact opposite.

    Get ready for some turbulence. President Barack Obama has spent his two terms in office working to build closer ties with China while seeking to isolate and punish Vladimir Putin’s Russia. Eight years later, Moscow is subject to painful US sanctions and continued public criticism from Obama and his aides. Beijing is a key economic partner...

    Gazprom Increases Gas Deliveries to Europe by 12%
    Dec18

    Gazprom Increases Gas Deliveries to Europe by 12%

    In the period January 1 –December 15, Gazprom increased gas deliveries to countries outside the Commonwealth of Independent States by 11.9%, compared to the same period last year, to 170 billion cubic metres, reported BTA. In absolute terms, the increase is 18.1 billion cubic metres and is comparable to the quantity of gas exported by Gazprom in...

    ExxonMobil helped defeat Russia sanctions bill
    Dec18

    ExxonMobil helped defeat Russia sanctions bill

    ExxonMobil successfully lobbied against a bill that would have made it harder for the next president to lift sanctions against Russia, clearing the way for the oil giant to restart a program worth billions of dollars if Donald Trump eases those restrictions as president. The company’s effort could be helped by outgoing CEO Rex...

    ExxonMobil helped defeat Russia sanctions bill
    Dec18

    ExxonMobil helped defeat Russia sanctions bill

    ExxonMobil successfully lobbied against a bill that would have made it harder for the next president to lift sanctions against Russia, clearing the way for the oil giant to restart a program worth billions of dollars if Donald Trump eases those restrictions as president. The company’s effort could be helped by outgoing CEO Rex Tillerson,...

    The worst Cabinet: Donald Trump made some horrible picks for his government
    Dec18

    The worst Cabinet: Donald Trump made some horrible picks for his government

    Gary Cohn; Rex Tillerson; Rick Perry (Credit: AP/Kathy Willens) President-elect Donald Trump continued to staff his upcoming administration with longtime residents of the very swamp he promised to drain. Let’s take a look at the three worst ones. Rex Tillerson to be secretary of state Perhaps one of Tillerson’s signature business...

    Timeline: Ten Years of Russian Cyber Attacks
    Dec18

    Timeline: Ten Years of Russian Cyber Attacks

    After cyber intrusions against former Soviet states like Georgia and Ukraine, Russia began meddling with Western powers like Germany and the U.S. …read more Source:...

    Trump Declares All-Out War on Environment With Fossil Fuel-Loving, Climate Change-Denying Cabinet Nominees
    Dec18

    Trump Declares All-Out War on Environment With Fossil Fuel-Loving, Climate Change-Denying Cabinet Nominees

    Click here for reuse options! The president-elect has surrounded himself with advisers who put profits over the American people—and the planet. Scientists have recently warned in a major new report that the increasingly rapid melting of Arctic ice could be potentially irreversible and have severe implications not just for Arctic ecosystems, but...