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    Manager in deadly Toronto scaffolding collapse gets 3 1/2 years in prison
    Jan11

    Manager in deadly Toronto scaffolding collapse gets 3 1/2 years in prison

    TORONTO — A Toronto project manager who oversaw a construction crew involved in a deadly scaffolding collapse in 2009 has been sentenced to three and a half years behind bars. Vadim Kazenelson was found guilty last June on four counts of criminal negligence causing death and one count of criminal negligence causing bodily harm. The judge...

    Putin: ‘Paris Attacks Could Have Been Avoided If The U.S. Had Listened To Me’
    Jan11

    Putin: ‘Paris Attacks Could Have Been Avoided If The U.S. Had Listened To Me’

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has said the Islamist attacks in Paris that killed 130 people in November could have been avoided if the U.S. and others had listened to his advice, and not intervened in the Middle East. Putin gave a rare foreign interview to popular German tabloid Bild on January 5 in the Russian city of Sochi, with the full...

    How hackers remotely crippled the Ukrainian power grid
    Jan11

    How hackers remotely crippled the Ukrainian power grid

    Security investigators say they’ve figured out how hackers likely caused a Dec. 23 electricity outage in Ukraine that left 80,000 people without power for six hours — the first known power outage ever caused by a cyberattack. …read more Source:...

    Italy Wants in on Russian Pipeline
    Jan11

    Italy Wants in on Russian Pipeline

    Italian papers are reporting (article in Italian) that Italy’s Prime Minister Matteo Renzi concluded two days of talks between Moscow and Rome with a conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin, during which he insisted that Italy’s Eni get to participate in the proposed “Nord Stream 2” pipeline extension. Renzi made headlines...

    Kerry, Lavrov discuss Syria, other issues, look for time to meet
    Jan11

    Kerry, Lavrov discuss Syria, other issues, look for time to meet

    The U.S. and Russian foreign ministers spoke by telephone about topics including the Syrian political process, the fight against Islamic State militants, Middle East regional issues, Ukraine, North Korea’s recent nuclear test and U.S.-Russian bilateral ties, the U.S. State Department said on Monday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Kerry, Lavrov discuss Syria, other issues, look for time to meet
    Jan11

    Kerry, Lavrov discuss Syria, other issues, look for time to meet

    The U.S. and Russian foreign ministers spoke by telephone about topics including the Syrian political process, the fight against ISIS, Middle East regional issues, Ukraine, North Korea’s recent nuclear test and U.S.-Russian bilateral ties, the U.S. State Department said Monday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Kerry, Lavrov discuss Syria, other issues, look for time to meet
    Jan11

    Kerry, Lavrov discuss Syria, other issues, look for time to meet

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. and Russian foreign ministers spoke by telephone about topics including the Syrian political process, the fight against Islamic State militants, Middle East regional issues, Ukraine, North Korea’s recent nuclear test and U.S.-Russian bilateral ties, the U.S. State Department said on Monday. …read...

    News24.com | Western sanctions ‘severely’ harming Russia
    Jan11

    News24.com | Western sanctions ‘severely’ harming Russia

    President Vladimir Putin has acknowledged in an interview with German daily Bild that Western economic sanctions over the Ukraine crisis are affecting Russia. …read more Source:...

    Russian Troops in Crimea Prevented Violence of Ukrainian Military
    Jan11

    Russian Troops in Crimea Prevented Violence of Ukrainian Military

    11 de enero de 2016, 11:11Moscow, Jan 11 (Prensa Latina) President Vladimir Putin said today that Russia mobilized its armed forces in Crimea to prevent a violent action by over 20 thousand Ukrainian military against the population. …read more Source: Prensa...

    Vladimir Putin acknowledges Western economic sanctions over Ukraine are ‘severely hurting Russia’
    Jan11

    Vladimir Putin acknowledges Western economic sanctions over Ukraine are ‘severely hurting Russia’

    President Vladimir Putin acknowledged on Monday in an interview with German daily Bild that Western economic sanctions over the Ukraine crisis are affecting Russia. …read more Source: South China Morning...