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    Krauthammer slams Trump for ommitting one simple phrase in NATO speech
    May26

    Krauthammer slams Trump for ommitting one simple phrase in NATO speech

    Conservative commentator Charles Krauthammer was not fond of President Trump’s speech before NATO on Thursday, and he set forth many criticisms including the important omission of a very simple phrase. He explained his complaints to Martha MacCallum Thursday on Fox News. “Well I think we’re looking at the wrong thing,” Krauthammer...

    G7 leaders must not waver on Russia sanctions, says EU’s Tusk
    May26

    G7 leaders must not waver on Russia sanctions, says EU’s Tusk

    TAORMINA, Italy – European Council President Donald Tusk on Friday urged Group of Seven leaders to stick firmly to their sanctions policy on Russia over the Ukraine crisis, a day after a senior U.S. official said Washington had no position on the issue. … …read more Source:...

    Podcast: The Not-So-Velvet Divorce
    May26

    Podcast: The Not-So-Velvet Divorce

    Bit by bit, Ukraine is severing the ties that bind it to Russia. Where will this not-so-velvet divorce lead? Listen to the new Power Vertical Podcast. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    G7 summit: EU president Donald Tusk calls on members to maintain Russia sanctions over Ukraine conflict
    May26

    G7 summit: EU president Donald Tusk calls on members to maintain Russia sanctions over Ukraine conflict

    EU president Donald Tusk called on G7 leaders to maintain sanctions on Russia, but the White House said it did not yet “have a position” on the issue. The post G7 summit: EU president Donald Tusk calls on members to maintain Russia sanctions over Ukraine conflict appeared first on Firstpost. …read more Source:...

    Putin’s words about Slavonic Script unite Bulgarian politicians
    May26

    Putin’s words about Slavonic Script unite Bulgarian politicians

    On May 24, the day of Bulgarian Education, Culture and the Slavonic Script, Bulgarians learned that in Moscow Russian President Vladimir Putin said during a meeting with Macedonian counterpart Gjorge Ivanov that the Slavic script had come to Russia from Macedonian lands. The news provoked a surprise, strong enough for a famous historian to say...

    IMF sets tough new Ukraine loan demands
    May26

    IMF sets tough new Ukraine loan demands

    …read more Source: The Indian...

    Juncker: Trump wasn’t aggressive in saying Germany was ‘very bad’
    May26

    Juncker: Trump wasn’t aggressive in saying Germany was ‘very bad’

    TAORMINA, Italy — Jean-Claude Juncker appeared to confirm reports that Donald Trump had complained in private about Germany being “very bad†for selling so many cars to the United States. The European Commission president described a “very frankly constructed meeting†with the U.S. president...

    EU’s Tusk calls on G7 to maintain Russia sanctions
    May26

    EU’s Tusk calls on G7 to maintain Russia sanctions

    European Union president Donald Tusk called Friday on G7 leaders to maintain sanctions on Russia over the conflict in Ukraine, but the White House said it did not yet “have a position” on the issue …read more Source: The Daily...

    Russia Warns Citizens against Visiting UK over Terror Threat
    May26

    Russia Warns Citizens against Visiting UK over Terror Threat

    Russian authorities on Friday warned its citizens against visiting Britain after London raised its threat level in the wake of the Manchester suicide attack. “The Russian embassy in Great Britain recommends Russian citizens refrain from travelling to the country, especially from visiting major cities, if such trips are not absolutely necessary,”...

    “Former people” according to State Security classification exist even today
    May26

    “Former people” according to State Security classification exist even today

    The premiere of a new book entitled “Former People according to State Security Classification” brought together hundreds of people who still crave for justice because of the unpunished crimes of communism. The book’s first print run has been sold out for just a week. “Former people” was a label put on industrialists, clerics,...