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    Paris attacks: CIA chief blasts Edward Snowden for underminging US security
    Nov18

    Paris attacks: CIA chief blasts Edward Snowden for underminging US security

    CIA Director John Brennan on Wednesday blasted former analyst Edward Snowden, saying his intelligence leaks had undermined US security. The comments from Brennan come at a time of growing debate following last week’s attacks in Paris about whether intelligence services have enough tools at their disposal to deal with tech-savvy jihadists as...

    Paris manhunt widens
    Nov18

    Paris manhunt widens

    A woman blew herself up and a suspected jihadist was killed during a huge police assault in Paris Wednesday targeting the suspected mastermind of last week’s attacks in the capital. Gunfire and explosions rocked the Saint-Denis area in the north of the capital near the Stade de France stadium from before dawn as terrified residents were...

    Russia To Ban All Food Imports From Ukraine
    Nov18

    Russia To Ban All Food Imports From Ukraine

    Russia has announced it will ban all food imports from Ukraine starting on January 1. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Putin: from outcast to powerbroker in 1 year
    Nov18

    Putin: from outcast to powerbroker in 1 year

    Last year, western leaders queued up hungrily for a piece of Russia’s President following his armed intervention in Ukraine and illegal annexation of Crimea. …read more Source: The...

    Paris attacks, Hollande visit may spur Kremlin push to end isolation
    Nov18

    Paris attacks, Hollande visit may spur Kremlin push to end isolation

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Francois Hollande’s decision to meet Vladimir Putin in Moscow next week, the first bilateral visit by an EU leader in six months, may galvanise Kremlin efforts to end its isolation over the Ukraine crisis, but is unlikely to yield a quick fix. …read more Source: The...

    Is Accepting Syrians Worth the Risk?
    Nov18

    Is Accepting Syrians Worth the Risk?

    This reader in Maryland thinks so: It seems to me that it’s the same old story of the “other.” My governor announced that he was asking the federal government to cease placing refugees in our state until security assurances could be made. When I expressed my disappointment with this decision, the counter argument I got (from another...

    Paris attacks, Hollande visit may spur Kremlin push to end isolation
    Nov18

    Paris attacks, Hollande visit may spur Kremlin push to end isolation

    Francois Hollande’s decision to meet Vladimir Putin in Moscow next week, the first bilateral visit by an EU leader in six months, may galvanise Kremlin efforts to end its isolation over the Ukraine crisis, but is unlikely to yield a quick fix. …read more Source: Channel...

    Paris attacks, Hollande visit may spur Kremlin push to end isolation
    Nov18

    Paris attacks, Hollande visit may spur Kremlin push to end isolation

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Francois Hollande’s decision to meet Vladimir Putin in Moscow next week, the first bilateral visit by an EU leader in six months, may galvanize Kremlin efforts to end its isolation over the Ukraine crisis, but is unlikely to yield a quick fix. …read more Source:...

    Croatian ex-soccer player Piric wins plaudits by helping Ukrainian kids
    Nov18

    Croatian ex-soccer player Piric wins plaudits by helping Ukrainian kids

    (ChinaPost.com.tw) – Croatian ex-soccer player Ivica Piric spent some five years of his career playing in Ukraine. Now the retired international has returned to help the conflict-wracked country he calls a “second home.” …read more Source: The China...

    In Paris Attacks, Echoes of Russian Tragedies Past
    Nov18

    In Paris Attacks, Echoes of Russian Tragedies Past

    The attacks in Paris have forced Russian officials to acknowledge what many in the West have long suspected: the downing of a Russian Metrojet airliner over the Sinai peninsula — killing all 224 people on board — was an act of terror. In a televised meeting at the Kremlin, the head of Russia’s Federal Security Service, Alexander Bortnikov,...