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    NATO Braces for Putin’s Next Military Move in Eastern Europe
    Mar27

    NATO Braces for Putin’s Next Military Move in Eastern Europe

    KYIV, Ukraine—Since 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s military aggression in Ukraine has rearranged the national defense chessboards of countries across Eastern Europe. In turn, the NATO military alliance has deployed weapons and troops eastward, to “make clear that an attack on one Ally would be considered an attack on the whole...

    Trump’s ‘Good Relationship’ With Russia Is Slipping Away
    Mar27

    Trump’s ‘Good Relationship’ With Russia Is Slipping Away

    Donald Trump says building a “good relationship” with Russia isn’t about his interests, but America’s. Russia “can help solve problems with North Korea, Syria, Ukraine, ISIS, Iran and even the coming Arms Race,” the president noted last week in explaining why he had congratulated Vladimir Putin on his victory in an unfree election.On...

    Canada joins U.S., Europe in expelling Russian spies for British poison attack
    Mar26

    Canada joins U.S., Europe in expelling Russian spies for British poison attack

    OTTAWA — Four Russian spies based in Canada have been ordered out of the country as Western governments seek to condemn the Kremlin’s alleged involvement in the poisoning of a former Russian agent and his daughter in Britain. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland announced the expulsions Monday as the U.S. and more than a dozen...

    Rubin: What are the costs of President Donald Trump’s dogged pursuit of Vladimir Putin?
    Mar26

    Rubin: What are the costs of President Donald Trump’s dogged pursuit of Vladimir Putin?

    Want to view the costs of President Donald Trump’s persistent pursuit of Vladimir Putin? Look no further than Syria, where the Kremlin is determined to drive out U.S. forces that are assisting the Syrian Kurds who defeated ISIS. The consequence would be a likely return of jihadis to Syria along with a strengthening of Iranian influence....

    Russia: Who’s expelling diplomats (and who isn’t)
    Mar26

    Russia: Who’s expelling diplomats (and who isn’t)

    Sixteen EU members and the United States were among 20 countries that on Monday announced they were kicking out Russian diplomats. The decision follows last week’s EU summit, during which leaders concluded that there was “no plausible alternative explanation” other than Russia was responsible for the poisoning of a former spy and his...

    US expels 60 Russians, closes consulate for British attack
    Mar26

    US expels 60 Russians, closes consulate for British attack

    Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON: The U.S. retaliated Monday for a chemical attack in the U.K. blamed on Russia by expelling 60 diplomats Washington said were working as intelligence officers, and orders the closure of Moscow’s consulate in Seattle. Those expelled include 48 embassy employees and 12 individuals who were working at the Russian...

    45 Russian diplomats expelled across Europe
    Mar26

    45 Russian diplomats expelled across Europe

    Ahmet Gurhan Kartal LONDON: Fourteen EU member states have expelled dozens of Russian diplomats in an orchestrated reaction Monday, over the poisoning of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the U.K. At least 45 Russian diplomats have been expelled across Europe so far. “As a direct follow up to last week’s European...

    Checkmate or knockout: Chess boxing lands a punch
    Mar26

    Checkmate or knockout: Chess boxing lands a punch

    With his dental guard still in his mouth and a slightly queasy feeling in his gut, a shirtless Thomas Cazeneuve was exuberant after checkmating his opponent during a chess boxing bout in Berlin, the world capital of the unusual sport.Just as deft in the movement of his rooks as with his fists, Cazeneuve claimed victory against his Ukrainian...

    Cilic, Del Potro in 4th round, Dimitrov out
    Mar26

    Cilic, Del Potro in 4th round, Dimitrov out

    Croatian second seed Marin Cilic survived a tough examination by Canadian Vasek Pospisil to reach the fourth round of the Miami Open with a 7-5 7-6(4) victory after nearly two hours on Sunday.But the tournament, with world number one Roger Federer already ousted, lost another highly-ranked player when Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov, the third seed,...

    Bulgaria has not taken decision to expel Russian diplomats
    Mar26

    Bulgaria has not taken decision to expel Russian diplomats

    The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry has confirmed in an interview to the Bulgarian National Radio that this country has not taken a decision to expel Russian diplomats. BNR has sought information from the ministry at the backdrop of decisions by the United States, Canada, Ukraine, Albania and 14 EU Member States to expel a total of over 100 Russian...