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    Hundreds of Ukrainians cross border into EU on first day of visa-free access
    Jun12

    Hundreds of Ukrainians cross border into EU on first day of visa-free access

    Hundreds cross into the European Union on first day of visa waiver program, as President Poroshenko describes the development as a “breakaway” from Russia. …read more Source:...

    Kiev Accuses Donbass Militia of Violating Ceasefire 67 Times Over Past 24 Hours
    Jun12

    Kiev Accuses Donbass Militia of Violating Ceasefire 67 Times Over Past 24 Hours

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Ukrainian forces accused Donbass region’s militia of breaching ceasefire 67 times and killing two Ukrainian army’s soldiers during the past 24 hours, the press service of Kiev’s special military operation in Donbass said in a statement Monday. “[Donbass] militia opened fire on Ukrainian Armed Forces’...

    “Tear Down This Wall” at Thirty
    Jun12

    “Tear Down This Wall” at Thirty

    Whatever the West does, it is likely that it will endure a significant threat to global peace and stability during the next few years. Despite President Trump’s apparent desire to work outside the current system, crises in Syria, North Korea, and elsewhere have already demonstrated that dramatic change is best managed when Atlantic nations...

    Forget Comey. The Real Story Is Russia’s War on America
    Jun12

    Forget Comey. The Real Story Is Russia’s War on America

    It was a breezy, surprisingly pleasant summer week in Washington as the frenzy around potential Trump-Russia revelations reached near-carnival levels. On Thursday, brightly clad groups scattered across the lawns of Capitol Hill could almost have been picnickers — if not for the mounds of cable leashing them to nearby satellite trucks. Every news...

    Senate looks to jab Russia
    Jun12

    Senate looks to jab Russia

    The Senate is on the verge of a bipartisan deal to strengthen sanctions against Russia — throwing an elbow at President Donald Trump, who has dismissed Moscow’s meddling in the 2016 election.Their biggest stumbling block is determining how hard a punch to throw at Russia.Democrats are pushing a harsh plan to let Congress block Trump from...

    Tech: ‘Metro: Exodus’ is a gorgeous action-adventure game coming to Microsoft’s new Xbox One X
    Jun12

    Tech: ‘Metro: Exodus’ is a gorgeous action-adventure game coming to Microsoft’s new Xbox One X

    Microsoft took the wraps off its new Xbox One X console on Sunday, and showcased a number of good-looking new games alongside it. Here's one: "Metro: Exodus." At its E3 presentation Sunday, Microsoft took the wraps off its new game console, the Xbox One X, and showcased a number of new games that aim to make use of its enhanced...

    Ukraine hails visa-free travel to European Union
    Jun12

    Ukraine hails visa-free travel to European Union

    President Poroshenko talks of the “fall of the paper curtain” at a gathering in the capital Kiev. …read more Source:...

    House Republican calls terrorist attacks against U.S. enemies ‘a good thing’ and ‘a Trump strategy’
    Jun11

    House Republican calls terrorist attacks against U.S. enemies ‘a good thing’ and ‘a Trump strategy’

    No big deal, just Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, a Republican member of Congress, praising a terrorist attack in another nation as a “good thing” and wondering if maybe America can’t use ISIS terrorism as a weapon against our enemies. “We have recently seen an attack on Iran, and the Iranian government, the mullahs, believe that Sunni...

    Head of Crimea Republic: Syrian people only to determine the future of their country
    Jun11

    Head of Crimea Republic: Syrian people only to determine the future of their country

    Yalta, SANA – Head of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov said on Sunday that the Syrian people alone are to determine the future of their country. Interviewed by SANA correspondent in Moscow on the sidelines of the International Media Forum opened today in Yalta, Aksyonov added that all peoples have the right to choose their political...

    US Senate looks to jab Russia
    Jun11

    US Senate looks to jab Russia

    The U.S. Senate is on the verge of a bipartisan deal to strengthen sanctions against Russia — throwing an elbow at President Donald Trump, who has dismissed Moscow’s meddling in the 2016 election. Their biggest stumbling block is how hard a punch to throw at Russia. Democrats are pushing a harsh plan to let Congress...