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    2016 Summer Olympic Medals Table-Gold Order
    Aug13

    2016 Summer Olympic Medals Table-Gold Order

    Through 6 of 21 medal events, Saturday, Aug. 13124 of 306 total medal eventsNationGSBTotUnited States21141752China13101639Britain810624Germany84315Japan731424Australia66719South Korea63413Russia59822France58518Hungary53311Italy47415Spain3025New Zealand2608Canada22610Kazakhstan2237Netherlands2237Thailand2114Croatia2103Switzerland2013North...

    Polish Regulators Stymie Nord Stream 2
    Aug13

    Polish Regulators Stymie Nord Stream 2

    Polish regulators yesterday struck what many seem to have initially hoped was a fatal blow to the Nord Stream 2 project, a proposed gas pipeline that shadows the existing Nord Stream project, linking Northern Europe to Russia’s vast supplies while notably bypassing Ukraine. The Wall Street Journal: An application with Poland’s...

    US sees war in Ukraine as advantageous to Clinton: Analyst
    Aug13

    US sees war in Ukraine as advantageous to Clinton: Analyst

    The US would likely trigger a confrontation with Russia in Ukraine before November elections, says an analyst. …read more Source:...

    Turkey’s Russian Flirtation
    Aug13

    Turkey’s Russian Flirtation

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan with Russian President Vladimir Putin On Tuesday, August 9, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan travelled to St. Petersburg for a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. That Erdogan would travel outside of Turkey, less than two weeks after an attempted coup, speaks reams about his hold on power....

    Astronomy May Have Just Debunked Russia’s Claims About a Ukrainian Incursion Into Crimea
    Aug13

    Astronomy May Have Just Debunked Russia’s Claims About a Ukrainian Incursion Into Crimea

    Image adapted from Georges Méliès’ famous film, Le voyage dans la Lune. Russian state television may have broadcast false evidence released by the Federal Security Service (FSB) allegedly showing the discovery of a weapons cache belonging to “saboteurs” the Kremlin says the Ukrainian government sent into Crimea. (Kyiv denies these...

    Crimean border incidents may lead to war: Analyst
    Aug13

    Crimean border incidents may lead to war: Analyst

    An analyst says the situation in Ukraine on the Crimean border is like a pre-war situation and it only needs a little spark, an incident to occur to create a much greater conflagration. …read more Source:...

    Suspects admit plotting bomb attacks in Crimea: Russian media
    Aug13

    Suspects admit plotting bomb attacks in Crimea: Russian media

    Suspected saboteurs admitted that they had plotted bomb attacks in Crimea, the Interfax news agency reported Friday. …read more Source: <a href=http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2016-08/13/c_135591448.htm target=_blank title="Suspects admit plotting bomb attacks in Crimea: Russian media”...

    Russia deploys advanced air defence system to Crimea
    Aug13

    Russia deploys advanced air defence system to Crimea

    State news agency says army in annexed peninsula given S-400 surface-to-air missile system amid tensions with Ukraine. …read more Source: AL...

    A Ukrainian-Russian war ‘cannot be excluded’: historian Andrzej Nowak
    Aug13

    A Ukrainian-Russian war ‘cannot be excluded’: historian Andrzej Nowak

    Polish historian Andrzej Nowak sat down with wPolityce weekly to discuss the recent development in Russo-Turkish relations, and how this could affect Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Russia Says Lavrov, Steinmeier To Meet On Ukraine, Syria
    Aug13

    Russia Says Lavrov, Steinmeier To Meet On Ukraine, Syria

    Moscow says that the Russian and German foreign ministers, Sergei Lavrov and Frank-Walter Steinmeier, will meet on August 15 to discuss the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria. Russia’s Foreign Ministry a …read more Source: Big News...