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    Trump: ‘Nobody has been able to show any proof’ of Russia collusion
    Jun16

    Trump: ‘Nobody has been able to show any proof’ of Russia collusion

    U.S. President Donald Trump scoffed on Friday at the ongoing investigations into the possibility that individuals with ties to him may have colluded with the Russian government, joking derisively online that the lack of evidence after months of probes is “sad!†“After 7 months of investigations & committee...

    Reports: Trump Transition Team Told To Save Russia-Related Documents
    Jun16

    Reports: Trump Transition Team Told To Save Russia-Related Documents

    A lawyer for President Donald Trump’s transition team told transition and campaign officials to preserve documents related to Russia and Ukraine for probes into Russia’s election meddling, according to a memo obtained by the New York Times and Politico. The memo from attorney Kory Langhofer also stated that officials should preserve...

    PosTransfer money transfer system will be launched till the end of the year
    Jun16

    PosTransfer money transfer system will be launched till the end of the year

    Under United Postal Union and “Haypost” CJSC initiative, a regional workshop was held on June 7-8 in Yerevan. The workshop was focused on the application of the new trademark of the Universal Postal Union, as well as the principal questions of the development and improvement of electronic transfers in the countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and...

    Russia’s MiG-21: The Fighter Jet That Could Fly for 100 Years?
    Jun16

    Russia’s MiG-21: The Fighter Jet That Could Fly for 100 Years?

    Robert Farley Security, China has ended production on the J-7, meaning that we have seen the last MiG-21 variant roll the assembly line. Croatia and Romania will dispose of their Fishbeds in the next five years. After a spate of accidents, India is finally retiring its MiG-21s (assuming it can ever actually acquire or produce a replacement)....

    Finance: There were 2 developments this week that could have huge consequences for Russia’s oil
    Jun16

    Finance: There were 2 developments this week that could have huge consequences for Russia’s oil

    "It certainly was not the best week ever for Russian President Vladimir Putin." On Monday, protests against corruption swept across the country in over 100 cities. The protests were organized by the social media-savvy opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Over 1,000 protesters were reportedly detained. Then, on Wednesday, the US Senate...

    Capital Facts: One of Ottawa’s oldest family owned businesses
    Jun16

    Capital Facts: One of Ottawa’s oldest family owned businesses

    In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, the Citizen is rolling out one fact each day for 150 days until July 1, highlighting the odd, the fascinating and the important bits of Ottawa history you might not know about. The same family has run Rideau Bakery for three generations, since 1930, making it one of Ottawa’s oldest...

    The Morning Vertical, June 16, 2017
    Jun16

    The Morning Vertical, June 16, 2017

    Your daily roundup. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Judge faces new allegations as Ukraine tackles corruption
    Jun16

    Judge faces new allegations as Ukraine tackles corruption

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine is looking into new allegations against a prominent judge who recently returned from suspension imposed under a government drive to root out corruption. …read more Source: The...

    Preliminary Stage Of Yanukovych’s Trial Resumes In Kyiv
    Jun16

    Preliminary Stage Of Yanukovych’s Trial Resumes In Kyiv

    A court in Kyiv has resumed hearings in the in-absentia treason trial of former President Viktor Yanukovych. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    British Defense Minister: Russian aggression toward NATO increasing
    Jun16

    British Defense Minister: Russian aggression toward NATO increasing

    British Defense Minister Michael Fallon said in Romania on Thursday that “Russian aggression toward NATO is increasing.” Beta is reporting this, citing AP, adding that Fallon stated that NATO was “right to have agreed to a very high readiness taskforce.” In the last three years, he continued, “Russia annexed Crimea, threatened the Baltic states...