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    Donald Trump Jr: How will the game of Russian roulette play out?
    Jul12

    Donald Trump Jr: How will the game of Russian roulette play out?

    Credits Ethan Miller/Getty Images Alt Text trump and son His meeting with a Moscow lawyer could be a legal game-changer – or nothing at all In Depth Wednesday, July 12, 2017 – 12:41pm …read more Source: The...

    Increased foreign interest in Bulgarian labour market registered
    Jul12

    Increased foreign interest in Bulgarian labour market registered

    Experts from the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions of Bulgaria (CITUB) report that there has been a growing interest of foreigners in the Bulgarian labor market. In May and June, some 3,000 foreigners have registered for seasonal employment. Half of them are Ukrainian citizens hired for low-skilled positions in Bulgarian seaside resorts....

    No One Investigating Trump-Russia Was Looking for Don Jr.
    Jul12

    No One Investigating Trump-Russia Was Looking for Don Jr.

    With a cast of characters like Michael Flynn, Jared Kushner, Paul Manafort and Carter Page, it seemed like only a matter of time before at least one of them had to explain a paper trail describing suspicious contact—whether through naïveté or malice—with Russian agents trying to interfere in the 2016 presidential election. It just didn’t...

    MH17 lawyer tells Putin to ‘make amends’ over crash
    Jul12

    MH17 lawyer tells Putin to ‘make amends’ over crash

    Russian President Vladimir Putin must “make amends” for those killed on a Malaysia Airlines jet shot down over Ukraine, the The post MH17 lawyer tells Putin to ‘make amends’ over crash appeared first on HeraldLIVE. …read more Source: Herald...

    Yanukovych’s Treason Trial Adjourned Until August 3
    Jul12

    Yanukovych’s Treason Trial Adjourned Until August 3

    A Ukrainian court has adjourned Viktor Yanukovych’s in-absentia treason trial until August 3 after the former president’s new lawyer asked for more time to prepare. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The would-be president and the oligarch
    Jul12

    The would-be president and the oligarch

    In Aras Agalarov’s telling, the first time he met President Donald Trump was in the lobby of Trump’s Las Vegas hotel before the 2013 Miss USA pageant. A crowd had gathered to gawk at “The Apprentice†star. Their camaraderie was instantaneous. “Look who came to me! This is the richest man in...

    Lawyer tells Putin to ‘make amends’ over MH17 crash
    Jul12

    Lawyer tells Putin to ‘make amends’ over MH17 crash

    The jet was downed in conflict-torn eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014, killing all 298 people on board, including 38 Australian citizens and residents. …read more Source: World...

    CPJ demands justice for prominent journalist Pavel Sheremet
    Jul12

    CPJ demands justice for prominent journalist Pavel Sheremet

    Nearly a year after prominent journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed by a car bomb in Kiev, no one has been arrested, Ukraine has failed to produce evidence backing its claim of Russian involvement, and flaws in the investigation cast doubt on Ukraine’s … …read more Source:...

    6 signs that the Russia investigation could blow up the Trump White House
    Jul12

    6 signs that the Russia investigation could blow up the Trump White House

    Donald Trump Jr. (Credit: AP/Kathy Willens) The New York Times report that Donald Trump Jr. met with a Russian lawyer last June in expectation of receiving damaging information on Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is a blow for a White House already saddled with sinking poll numbers and a stalled legislative agenda. After a few...

    Russian diplomacy about to get tougher edge in Washington
    Jul12

    Russian diplomacy about to get tougher edge in Washington

    A new — and likely more aggressive — chapter in Russian diplomacy is about to begin in Washington with the departure of Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, whose soft-power approach to D.C. will be taken over by noted hard-liner Anatoly Antonov. The switch in what has become one of Washington’s most...