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    EU Could Block Turkish Stream Construction – Ukrainian Official
    Jul28

    EU Could Block Turkish Stream Construction – Ukrainian Official

    The head of Ukraine’s Naftogaz has suggested the European Union could prevent Russia and Turkey from building the so-called Turkish Stream pipeline by blocking the use of deepwater building technology. Andrey Kobolev, who heads the state-owned gas company, has told a Ukrainian TV station that EU could use sanctions to ban the transfer of...

    5 takeaways from Obama’s last convention
    Jul28

    5 takeaways from Obama’s last convention

    President Obama sent a simple message Wednesday night: Yes, we still can.Obama’s convention speech in Philadelphia framed the 2016 election in a very Obama way: The audacity of hope over the politics of fear, optimism over darkness, solutions over slogans, togetherness over division, a supremely qualified public servant in Hillary Clinton...

    Democrats key on Trump’s national security fitness
    Jul28

    Democrats key on Trump’s national security fitness

    With Democrats sensing that Donald Trump is newly vulnerable on national security grounds after startling statements about Russia and NATO, Wednesday night’s convention speakers blasted Trump’s fitness to be commander in chief, suggesting that only Hillary Clinton could keep America safe — and avoid nuclear war.”No major party...

    Role Reversal: The Dems Become the Security Party
    Jul28

    Role Reversal: The Dems Become the Security Party

    Barack Obama, whom Donald Trump earlier in the day called “the most ignorant president in our history” on foreign policy, returned the favor Wednesday night, suggesting that the Republican nominee had no clue what he was talking about—especially in comparison to Hillary Clinton. “Until you’ve sat at that desk, you don’t know what...

    Donald Trump says he’ll look into issue of Crimea
    Jul28

    Donald Trump says he’ll look into issue of Crimea

    DUSHANBE, July 28, 2016, Asia-Plus — Donald Trump said Wednesday he would consider recognizing Crimea as Russian territory and lifting the sanctions against the country if he’s elected president. International media outlets report Trump said at a wide-ranging news conference that he “would be looking into that” when asked about his...

    Trump draws ire after urging Russia to find ‘missing’ Clinton emails
    Jul28

    Trump draws ire after urging Russia to find ‘missing’ Clinton emails

    Donald Trump. — Reuters file photo Republican Donald Trump on Wednesday invited Russia to dig up tens of thousands of ‘missing’ emails from Hillary Clinton’s time at the US state department, vexing intelligence experts and prompting Democrats to accuse him of urging foreigners to spy on Americans. ‘Russia, if you’re listening, I...

    Trump draws ire for remarks on Clinton’s emails
    Jul28

    Trump draws ire for remarks on Clinton’s emails

    Donald Trump invites Russia to dig up “missing” emails from Hillary Clinton’s tenure at the US State Department. ||| Miami/Washington – Republican Donald Trump on Wednesday invited Russia to dig up tens of thousands of “missing” emails from Hillary Clinton’s time at the US State Department, vexing intelligence experts and...

    Russians find deadly Nazi E-boat
    Jul28

    Russians find deadly Nazi E-boat

    THE Russian military has begun retrieving the wreck of a Nazi boat from World War Two in waters off the Crimean peninsula. …read more Source:...

    Trump goes it alone on Russia
    Jul28

    Trump goes it alone on Russia

    A day after Hillary Clinton made history, Donald Trump turned history on its head.The nominee of the Republican Party — the party that takes credit for winning the Cold War — on Wednesday appeared to align himself with Russia over his Democratic opponent, in remarks that suggested to many he was urging Moscow to interfere in a U.S. election.That...

    Clinton camp says Trump encouraging foreign espionage
    Jul28

    Clinton camp says Trump encouraging foreign espionage

    PHILADELPHIA: Hillary Clinton’s campaign on Wednesday lashed out at Donald Trump for encouraging Russia to trawl the former secretary of state’s emails, describing his comments as a “national security issue.” “This has to be the first time that a major presidential candidate has actively encouraged a foreign power to conduct espionage...