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    Western Countries Blocking UNESCO Contacts With Crimea Heritage Sites
    Jul15

    Western Countries Blocking UNESCO Contacts With Crimea Heritage Sites

    PARIS (Sputnik) – “I was recently asked if UNESCO has allegedly taken a decision not to maintain the contacts [with Crimea.] This is not true. The UNESCO Secretariat has not taken any particular decisions on the issue,” Kuznetsov said after the 41st session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee held in the Polish city of Krakow. Kuznetsov noted...

    Two German Tourists Killed in Egypt Resort Stabbing
    Jul15

    Two German Tourists Killed in Egypt Resort Stabbing

    Two German women were killed Friday in a knife attack on foreign tourists in the Egyptian Red Sea town of Hurghada, a state agency confirmed. The attack at a resort in Hurghada also injured four other foreigners, the State Information Service added without revealing their nationalities. Private newspaper al-Shorouk, citing a health official, said...

    Donald Tusk at EU-Ukraine summit: “Together we have achieved a lot”
    Jul15

    Donald Tusk at EU-Ukraine summit: “Together we have achieved a lot”

    The 19th bilateral summit between the European Union and Ukraine took place in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv on 12-13 July. In his introductory remarks, the President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, spoke about the cooperation between the two … …read more Source:...

    Germany confirms two nationals killed in Egypt attack
    Jul15

    Germany confirms two nationals killed in Egypt attack

    BERLIN: Berlin on Saturday said two women who were killed after being stabbed in an Egyptian beach resort were German nationals, confirming earlier reports. “We can now sadly confirm that two German tourists died in the attack at Hurghada,” a foreign ministry statement said. Friday’s attack in the Red Sea resort left four others...

    White House leaves door open to U.S.-Russia cyber ‘dialogue’
    Jul15

    White House leaves door open to U.S.-Russia cyber ‘dialogue’

    WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is still open to a cyber dialogue with Russia — despite having no plans to form the joint U.S.-Russian election security team that President Donald Trump floated to much disbelief last weekend. White House homeland security adviser Tom Bossert on Friday tried to dispel the...

    Security forces raid Ukrainian media group
    Jul15

    Security forces raid Ukrainian media group

    Ukrainian authorities should cease harassing journalists and employees of the Vesti media company, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. National police and military prosecutors today raided the Kiev office of Media Holding Vesti, which includes Radio Vesti, the daily … …read more Source:...

    Is Team Trump Imploding?
    Jul15

    Is Team Trump Imploding?

    There’s still a cadre of loyalists, doing their best to spread lies. But the Trump coalition is coming unglued. For the first time in a year’s worth of reporting on the Russian attack on the 2016 presidential election, a series of watershed articles published by the New York Times has placed one of the alleged conspirators inside the...

    World: Two tourists killed in Egypt resort knife attack were German
    Jul15

    World: Two tourists killed in Egypt resort knife attack were German

    Two tourists killed in a knife attack on an Egyptian Red Sea resort on Friday were Germans, not Ukrainians as originally identified, Major Gen. …read more Source: Standard...

    Leader of Afghan IS branch killed in US strike—Pentagon
    Jul15

    Leader of Afghan IS branch killed in US strike—Pentagon

    US forces have killed the head of the Islamic State group’s Afghanistan branch, the Pentagon said Friday, marking the third time in a year the franchise has lost its leader. The post Leader of Afghan IS branch killed in US strike—Pentagon appeared first on Inquirer News. …read more Source: The Philippine Daily...

    Benjamin Stimson who joined pro-Russian militia is jailed
    Jul15

    Benjamin Stimson who joined pro-Russian militia is jailed

    Benjamin Stimson, 41, who went to the conflict zone in the Donbass region, is the only UK citizen to have been prosecuted for assisting the anti-government militia in Ukraine. …read more Source: Daily...