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    The U.S. and Russia Are Caught in a Downward Spiral
    Mar30

    The U.S. and Russia Are Caught in a Downward Spiral

    Russia ordered 60 U.S. diplomats to leave the country by April 5, and said the American consulate in St. Petersburg must close by March 31. This action—the expulsion of 60 diplomats and the closing of a consulate—is a precise parallel to a move announced this week by the Trump administration, which was responding to Moscow’s alleged role in...

    Report: Mueller Investigating 2016 Republican Convention In Russia Probe
    Mar29

    Report: Mueller Investigating 2016 Republican Convention In Russia Probe

    Special Counsel Robert Mueller is looking into Russia-related events that occurred during the 2016 Republican Convention in Cleveland, Reuters reported Thursday. Anonymous sources told Reuters that Mueller is primarily investigating a meeting between then-Sen. and current Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Russia’s U.S. then-Ambassador...

    The Shadowy Operative at the Center of the Russia Scandal
    Mar29

    The Shadowy Operative at the Center of the Russia Scandal

    Buried in a late-night court filing in Robert Mueller’s expansive probe of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election was an explosive claim: An adviser to President Donald Trump’s campaign and transition teams had knowingly been in contact with a former Russian intelligence officer as late as September 2016, prosecutors...

    VOA Interview: US Ambassador Says Russia Must Change Behavior
    Mar29

    VOA Interview: US Ambassador Says Russia Must Change Behavior

    “You can never stage or time things perfectly,” laughs Jon Huntsman, the U.S. ambassador to Russia. He is discussing the controversial phone call President Donald Trump made last week to Vladimir Putin, in which he congratulated the Russian leader on his re-election. The call surprised White House advisers who’d urged Trump to withhold...

    Beeline compensates its subscribers for lost due to fraud 
    Mar29

    Beeline compensates its subscribers for lost due to fraud 

    ArmInfo. Beeline compensates to its subscribers the losses due to fraud. Company’s press service reported, explaining that customers who on 23 and 24 March received overseas calls from an unknown number and called back, having lost money, will receive compensation on a mandatory basis. “For Beeline, the security of our subscribers is...

    Russian Convicted In Absentia Of Joining Ukraine’s Azov Battalion
    Mar29

    Russian Convicted In Absentia Of Joining Ukraine’s Azov Battalion

    A Moscow court has sentenced a Russian man in absentia after convicting him of fighting against Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The Irish border and the limits to taking back control
    Mar29

    The Irish border and the limits to taking back control

    While Theresa May’s Cabinet colleagues now seem supportive of her approach to Brexit, the same cannot be said of her European counterparts. Instead, their guidelines issued last week for the future partnership outline a trading relationship that would necessitate a special status for Northern Ireland, indicating that the parties are on a...

    Despite the Apparent Bromance, Trump Has Been Tough on Russia
    Mar29

    Despite the Apparent Bromance, Trump Has Been Tough on Russia

    We don’t yet know why Donald Trump seems so fond of Vladimir Putin. Maybe we never will. But the expulsion from the U.S. of 60 Russian diplomats and the shuttering of the Russian consulate in Seattle reminds us that the media obsession with the Trump-Putin bromance hides the reality that U.S. government policy remains as tough on Russia as...

    Measles cases recorded in Armenia
    Mar29

    Measles cases recorded in Armenia

    ArmInfo. In Armenia, 13 cases of measles have been registered since the beginning of the year. According to the press service of the Ministry of Health, 11 people were not vaccinated at all, 11 of them fell ill, and 2 were not vaccinated fully. Seven of the sick are children aged 1-15 years. Two patients aged 20-26 years, and 4 aged 40-44 years....

    China’s First ‘Homemade’ Aircraft Carrier Could Start Sea Trials Next Month
    Mar29

    China’s First ‘Homemade’ Aircraft Carrier Could Start Sea Trials Next Month

    Dave Majumdar Security, Should the U.S. Navy be worried? China’s first indigenously built aircraft carrier could begin sea trials as early as next month according to official Chinese state media. The vessel, which is designated as the Type 001A, is currently finishing construction at the Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Company (DSIC)...