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    Skripal case has sparked new Cold War: Russian media
    Mar27

    Skripal case has sparked new Cold War: Russian media

    MOSCOW: Russian media on Tuesday shared the view that Western countries’ coordinated expulsions of Russian diplomats following the poisoning in Britain of a former spy have plunged Moscow’s relations with the West into a new “Cold War”. Twenty-four countries — including 17 member-states of the European Union — have...

    Britain hails ‘turning point’ after Russian spy expulsions
    Mar27

    Britain hails ‘turning point’ after Russian spy expulsions

    LONDON: Britain Tuesday hailed the mass expulsion of more than 100 suspected Russian spies around the world as a “turning point” for the West’s attitude to a “reckless” Russia, as Moscow warned it would retaliate against “loutish behaviour”. Ireland on Tuesday became the latest country to order out a...

    Beeline Armenia CEO delivers a lecture for PR School students
    Mar27

    Beeline Armenia CEO delivers a lecture for PR School students

    ArmInfo. Beeline Armenia CEO Andrey Pyatakhin delivered a lecture on practical business management skills for students of PR School of Armenia. Andrey Pyatakhin introduced the audience to management skills and shared his personal leadership experience. “Beeline Armenia has always attached special importance to personal and professional...

    Analyst: There are too many Russians at the embassy, they have at least 10 spies in Slovakia
    Mar27

    Analyst: There are too many Russians at the embassy, they have at least 10 spies in Slovakia

    One third of Russian diplomats are in fact spies, security analyst told Sme, in connection with the recent case in which former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in the UK with the nerve agent Novichok; and subsequently, Russian diplomats have been expelled from the USA, Canada, Ukraine and at least one half of the...

    Politics: Here are all the countries kicking out Russian diplomats over the Sergei Skripal nerve agent attack
    Mar27

    Politics: Here are all the countries kicking out Russian diplomats over the Sergei Skripal nerve agent attack

    More than 20 countries have joined Britain in dismissing Russian officials over the nerve agent poisoning. More than 20 countries have expelled Russian diplomats in retaliation for the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal with nerve agent in Salisbury, southern England. The nations joined Britain in blaming Russia for the attempted assassination on...

    After U.S. expels 60 diplomats, Russia does what it’s best at: trolling
    Mar27

    After U.S. expels 60 diplomats, Russia does what it’s best at: trolling

    When countries decide to expel diplomats, the measures are usually supposed to send a serious message: Enough is enough. Monday’s expulsion of more than 100 Russian spies and diplomats by two dozen countries may very well pose practical challenges to the Kremlin’s ability to gather intelligence overseas. In comparison to the measures...

    Ukrainian Journalist Pleads Not Guilty At Russian Espionage Trial
    Mar27

    Ukrainian Journalist Pleads Not Guilty At Russian Espionage Trial

    Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko, whom Russia has charged with espionage in a case seen by rights activists as politically motivated, has entered a not guilty plea as his trial began in Moscow. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia warns of retaliation after at least 100 diplomats expelled worldwide
    Mar27

    Russia warns of retaliation after at least 100 diplomats expelled worldwide

    Watch Video MOSCOW — The Russian government has threatened retaliation over one of the largest mass expulsions of its diplomats in history, after more than 20 countries backed action by the United Kingdom over the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Salisbury. According to Russian state media Tass, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the...

    Britain hails ‘turning point’ after Russian spy expulsions
    Mar27

    Britain hails ‘turning point’ after Russian spy expulsions

    LONDON: Britain Tuesday hailed the mass expulsion of suspected Russian spies around the world as a “turning point” for the West’s attitude to a “reckless” Russia, as Moscow prepared its response. At least 116 alleged agents working under diplomatic cover were ordered out by 22 governments on Monday, dwarfing similar...

    Ukraine Conflict Monitors Relaunch Long-Range Surveillance Drone Program
    Mar27

    Ukraine Conflict Monitors Relaunch Long-Range Surveillance Drone Program

    The European security organization responsible for monitoring the deadly conflict between government forces and Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine will reintroduce its long-range drone program more than a year and a half after it was dropped due to repeated shoot-downs. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...