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    Savchenko: I could run for president if Ukrainians want it
    May27

    Savchenko: I could run for president if Ukrainians want it

    Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko who came home on Wednesday after two years in Russian custody says she would run for president if that’s what Ukrainians desire. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Savchenko: I could run for president if Ukrainians want it
    May27

    Savchenko: I could run for president if Ukrainians want it

    Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko who came home on Wednesday after two years in Russian custody says she would run for president if that’s what Ukrainians desire. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: Miami...

    Savchenko: I could run for president if Ukrainians want it
    May27

    Savchenko: I could run for president if Ukrainians want it

    Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko who came home on Wednesday after two years in Russian custody says she would run for president if that’s what Ukrainians desire. …read more Source: FOX...

    Savchenko: I could run for president if Ukrainians want it
    May27

    Savchenko: I could run for president if Ukrainians want it

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko who came home on Wednesday after two years in Russian custody says she would run for president if that’s what Ukrainians desire. Savchenko was pardoned by President Vladimir Putin and flown home in a prisoner swap after she was sentenced to 22 years in prison in March for the involvement in...

    G7 Pledges Focus On Economic Growth, Tackling Extremism 
    May27

    G7 Pledges Focus On Economic Growth, Tackling Extremism 

    After two days of talks in Japan, the leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) leading economic powers have set global growth as an “urgent priority.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Putin’s Approval Ratings Fall To Lowest In Over 2 Years — 80%
    May27

    Putin’s Approval Ratings Fall To Lowest In Over 2 Years — 80%

    As Russia undergoes its longest recession in two decades and living standards decline, the economic malaise is affecting President Vladimir Putin’s approval ratings that have fallen to a 27-month low of 80 percent. While that number is perhaps out of reach for most politicians anywhere in the world, Putin has consistently stayed above that...

    Global Growth the ‘Urgent Priority’, G-7 Leaders Conclude
    May27

    Global Growth the ‘Urgent Priority’, G-7 Leaders Conclude

    Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthiest economies called global growth their “urgent priority” and expressed concern about North Korea, Russia and maritime disputes as their summit in Japan came to a close Friday. A final statement of the meeting addressed broad issues facing the global economy while glossing over a difference of...

    Pilot’s Release Seen Unlikely to Aid Russia’s Relations With West
    May27

    Pilot’s Release Seen Unlikely to Aid Russia’s Relations With West

    Both the Kremlin and some of its opponents expressed doubt Thursday that the freeing of Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko in exchange for two Russian servicemen captured in eastern Ukraine will dramatically improve relations between Russia and Ukraine and its Western allies. “The return of our guys to Moscow and the pardoning of Savchenko...

    L. TODD WOOD: Markets return a negative verdict on Obama’s Russian sanctions
    May27

    L. TODD WOOD: Markets return a negative verdict on Obama’s Russian sanctions

    ANALYSIS/OPINION: The Obama administration pushed sanctions against Russia for its illegal annexation of the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine in 2014 and for the Kremlin’s backing of separatists in eastern Ukraine that continues to this day. The goal was to punish Russia for its actions, and to paraphrase President Obama, “to …...

    Hillary Clinton Tried to Push Fracking on Other Nations When She Was Secretary of State, New Emails Reveal
    May27

    Hillary Clinton Tried to Push Fracking on Other Nations When She Was Secretary of State, New Emails Reveal

    Under Clinton, the State Department saw Poland as a “laboratory for testing whether U.S. success in developing shale gas can be repeated in a different country.” Emails obtained byThe Intercept from the State Department reveal new details of Hillary Clinton’s behind-the-scenes efforts to export fracking—a controversial drilling...