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    Merkel says she has ‘good relationship’ with Trump despite frosty start
    Apr29

    Merkel says she has ‘good relationship’ with Trump despite frosty start

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday that she and President Donald Trump have built a “good working relationship” even though the two had frosty exchanges last year that raised fears of damage to the pivotal US-German partnership. “President Trump and I have developed a good working relationship, which doesn’t rule out having...

    The Changing of the Global Economic Guard
    Apr29

    The Changing of the Global Economic Guard

    In January 2017 the global economy changed guard. The venue was Davos, the annual gathering of the world’s wealthiest recyclers of conventional wisdom—and consistently one of the last places to anticipate what is going to happen next. This time was different. The assembled hedge-fund tycoons, Silicon Valley data executives, management...

    Russia Has Proof of Yatsenyuk’s Involvement in Chechnya Executions in 1995
    Apr29

    Russia Has Proof of Yatsenyuk’s Involvement in Chechnya Executions in 1995

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Petrenko added that the investigative committee intended to seek the conviction of Yatsenyuk in accordance with the Russian legislation, using all legal instruments of the international law. “The committee has evidence that Ukraine’s former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk participated in at least two armed conflicts on...

    Was Michael Flynn a Russian agent of influence? A modest proposal for how that could have gone down
    Apr29

    Was Michael Flynn a Russian agent of influence? A modest proposal for how that could have gone down

    Michael Flynn (Credit: Getty/Kevin Hagen) It’s been a bad week for Michael Flynn. It seems that the former national security adviser and Trump campaign official may have lied on his application for a top-secret security clearance back in January 2016, and he apparently neglected to inform Department of the Army officials of his trip to...

    The War Artist – A Novel Set In Europe’s Forgotten War
    Apr29

    The War Artist – A Novel Set In Europe’s Forgotten War

    What makes a man betray his country? Maxim Butchenko’s novel The War Artist explores this question against the backdrop of a war forgotten by Europe, writes Stephen Komarnyckyj . As I write this introduction in February 2017 shells are raining down on a city in Adviyivka, a European city. A 24-year-old ambulance driver has been killed...

    Trump’s First 100 Days, Ranked
    Apr29

    Trump’s First 100 Days, Ranked

    Many of us political scribes are sizing up the meaning of President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office with long essays about foreign policy evolutions or executive orders or presidential temperament. But I thought: What better way to mark the milestone than with a good old-fashioned ranking—a list, from best to worst, smooth to...

    Norway increases support to Ukrainian veterans
    Apr29

    Norway increases support to Ukrainian veterans

    Norway donates NOK 1.8 million to a program to help Ukrainian soldiers who have participated in the fighting in the eastern part of the country…. The post Norway increases support to Ukrainian veterans appeared first on Norway Today. …read more Source: Norway...

    Disclosures show Trump’s former campaign chairman participated in Ukraine lobbying
    Apr29

    Disclosures show Trump’s former campaign chairman participated in Ukraine lobbying

    President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort met at least one U.S. government official connected to the Russia-aligned political party he was representing in 2012 and 2013, according to recent disclosures filed with the Justice Department. With Vin Weber, a partner at the lobbying firm Mercury, Manafort met with...

    Spanish city of Villena recognized Armenian Genocide in Ottoman  Empire
    Apr29

    Spanish city of Villena recognized Armenian Genocide in Ottoman  Empire

    ArmInfo.The Spanish city of Villena has adopted an institutional statement, which officially recognized and condemned the Armenian Genocide. The events that took place in 1915 in the Ottoman Empire are classified in the document as genocide and a crime against humanity. The statement also emphasizes the importance of condemning such crimes that...

    In Poland: Workers unfazed by French campaign fury over outsourcing
    Apr29

    In Poland: Workers unfazed by French campaign fury over outsourcing

    Workers at a Whirlpool factory in Poland shrug off blame for job losses at the company's plant in fellow EU member France, as presidential rivals there trade barbs over the hot-button issue of outsourcing. Workers at a Whirlpool factory in Poland shrug off blame for job losses at the company’s plant in fellow EU member France, as...