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    Navalny Calls Minsk Accords a Priority if Elected Russian President
    Dec17

    Navalny Calls Minsk Accords a Priority if Elected Russian President

    Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny has followed his declaration of intent to run in Russia’s next presidential election by saying one of his top priorities if elected would be to implement the Minsk accords aimed at ending the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: Voice of...

    Trumped by Vladimir Putin: The Russian Strongman Has Upended American Democracy
    Dec17

    Trumped by Vladimir Putin: The Russian Strongman Has Upended American Democracy

    Click here for reuse options! The U.S. finds itself at a crossroads unseen since the Civil War, and we have a ruthless autocrat to thank. It is very likely now that Donald Trump will be inaugurated as president of the United States on Jan. 20, in no small part because of the direct intervention in and manipulation of the American electoral...

    Russia to appeal as Dutch court orders return of Scythian gold to Ukraine
    Dec17

    Russia to appeal as Dutch court orders return of Scythian gold to Ukraine

    While government officials have lashed out at the decision, there is no unanimous opinion among Russian cultural figures on whether or not a collection of 500 ancient treasures loaned to the Netherlan …read more Source: Big News...

    Dutch PM Confident Parliament Will Pass EU-Ukraine Association Agreement
    Dec17

    Dutch PM Confident Parliament Will Pass EU-Ukraine Association Agreement

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte says he is confident parliament will approve a compromise he secured from other European Union leaders on an EU-Ukraine pact. Ruttes government on December 16 prepare …read more Source: Big News...

    EU sends thinly veiled warning to Trump by extending sanctions on Russia
    Dec17

    EU sends thinly veiled warning to Trump by extending sanctions on Russia

    BRUSSELS, Belgium – European Union has announced that it is extending sanctions placed on Russia for six more months, until mid-2017. On Thursday, EU leaders agreed to an extension of six months on …read more Source: Big News...

    FBI Now Backs CIA Assessment That Russia Deliberately Tipped The Election In Favor Of Trump
    Dec16

    FBI Now Backs CIA Assessment That Russia Deliberately Tipped The Election In Favor Of Trump

    WASHINGTON ― U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies agree that Russia hacked Democratic National Committee emails with the intention of tipping the election in favor of President-elect Donald Trump.The FBI, which previously told lawmakers it could not be sure of the motive behind the Russian cyberattack, now agrees with the CIA assessment...

    Will Obama Order American Hackers to Dox Putin?
    Dec16

    Will Obama Order American Hackers to Dox Putin?

    President Obama’s threat was direct and unequivocal: The United States will retaliate against Russia for its election-related cyberattacks. “And we will, at a time and place of our own choosing,” the president told NPR’s Steve Inskeep in an interview that aired Friday. “Some of it may be explicit and publicized; some of it may not...

    Europe extends sanctions on Russia
    Dec16

    Europe extends sanctions on Russia

    Europe has extended economic sanctions on Russia for another six months, despite indications that President-elect Donald Trump could try to repair… …read more Source:...

    Go kuku about chicken
    Dec16

    Go kuku about chicken

    The Chicken Kiev, which is the house specialty of Moca Loca in Garden City mall, is just the real go to meal when you are salivating for some tasty kuku dish. It is basically chicken and mashed potatoes, prepared and served in a sumptuous way. The chicken is covered in breadcrumbs and some butter is put on the mashed potatoes. The plate is served...

    Netherlands ratify EU-Ukraine pact
    Dec16

    Netherlands ratify EU-Ukraine pact

    THE HAGUE: The Dutch government on Friday approved a draft law needed to ratify the EU’s historic pact with Ukraine after reaching a compromise with Brussels following a referendum in which Dutch voters rejected the deal. “We (the Dutch cabinet) find it is necessary to ratify this accord,” Prime Minister Mark Rutte said of the draft law,...