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    Politics: Here’s how many countries buy military equipment from Russia
    Jul14

    Politics: Here’s how many countries buy military equipment from Russia

    The figures are based on a newly released Defense Intelligence Agency report. In late June, the Defense Intelligence Agency released a lengthy unclassified report on the Russian military for the first time since 1991, and it contained an interesting detail about Russian military-hardware exports. Russia sells military hardware to about 70...

    Tucker Carlson Is Doing Something Extraordinary
    Jul14

    Tucker Carlson Is Doing Something Extraordinary

    Over the last two nights, something fascinating has broken out on the Tucker Carlson show: A genuine, and exceedingly bitter, debate between conservatives on foreign policy. On Tuesday, Carlson told retired Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peters he thought the U.S. should team up with Russia to defeat ISIS. Peters responded that, “You sound like Charles...

    How Did Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Pop Up In Spain?
    Jul13

    How Did Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Pop Up In Spain?

    The Ebola-like virus is found mainly in North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.(Image credit: Adam Cuerden) …read more Source:...

    Team Trump’s Gotcha on Ukraine-DNC ‘Collusion’ is Total B.S. and Trump Aides Know It
    Jul13

    Team Trump’s Gotcha on Ukraine-DNC ‘Collusion’ is Total B.S. and Trump Aides Know It

    The White House and its allies have a plan to make the Donald Trump Jr. Russia-email scandal go away. The plan, which shows no sign of being able to make “Fetch” happen, relies on deliberate misrepresentation, wishful thinking, and bizarre false-equivalence. It involves making the entire story about the Democratic Party and Ukraine. at The Daily...

    Russia Tells NATO to Stop ‘Demonizing’ Planned War Games
    Jul13

    Russia Tells NATO to Stop ‘Demonizing’ Planned War Games

    Russia sought to reassure NATO on Thursday that its war games in September would respect international limits on size, but NATO’s chief remained wary about their scale and scope. Russia and Belarus aim to hold maneuvers that some NATO allies believe could number more than 100,000 troops and involve nuclear weapons training, the biggest such...

    EU and Ukraine — close but not that close
    Jul13

    EU and Ukraine — close but not that close

    KIEV — Ukrainian and European Union leaders ended a two-day summit Thursday that celebrated their growing closeness while also highlighting points of tension between the two sides. European Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker arrived in Kiev on Wednesday evening for talks with...

    Belarus president awards Georgian singer at Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk
    Jul13

    Belarus president awards Georgian singer at Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk

    “Here in Vitebsk I worked with Belarusian, Ukrainian, Polish friends and other friends for many years. I thank all of you. I thank you, Alexander Grigoryevich Lukashenko! Fate gave me the love of the Belarusian nation and this love is mutual. I love you. I thank you for this honor,” said the singer. …read more Source:...

    NATO voices skepticism over size of Russia’s Zapad military exercise
    Jul13

    NATO voices skepticism over size of Russia’s Zapad military exercise

    NATO has welcomed recent dialogue with Russia, but the alliance has serious doubts Moscow is revealing the true extent of their military exercises. Last time this training took place was just before Crimean invasion. …read more Source:...

    NATO voices skepticism over size of Russia’s Zapad military exercise
    Jul13

    NATO voices skepticism over size of Russia’s Zapad military exercise

    NATO has welcomed recent dialogue with Russia, but the alliance has serious doubts Moscow is revealing the true extent of their military exercises. Last time this training took place was just before Crimean invasion. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    WATCH: Trump and France’s Macron set aside differences on climate pact in news conference
    Jul13

    WATCH: Trump and France’s Macron set aside differences on climate pact in news conference

    PARIS — President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron set aside lingering differences on climate change during their meeting in France on Thursday, asserting that it shouldn’t prevent them from working together toward a post-war roadmap for Syria and to enhance Mideast security. Trump, standing alongside Macron at a news...