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    How Did Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Pop Up In Spain?
    Jul13

    How Did Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Pop Up In Spain?

    The Ebola-like virus is found mainly in North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.(Image credit: Adam Cuerden) …read more Source:...

    Team Trump’s Gotcha on Ukraine-DNC ‘Collusion’ is Total B.S. and Trump Aides Know It
    Jul13

    Team Trump’s Gotcha on Ukraine-DNC ‘Collusion’ is Total B.S. and Trump Aides Know It

    The White House and its allies have a plan to make the Donald Trump Jr. Russia-email scandal go away. The plan, which shows no sign of being able to make “Fetch” happen, relies on deliberate misrepresentation, wishful thinking, and bizarre false-equivalence. It involves making the entire story about the Democratic Party and Ukraine. at The Daily...

    Russia Tells NATO to Stop ‘Demonizing’ Planned War Games
    Jul13

    Russia Tells NATO to Stop ‘Demonizing’ Planned War Games

    Russia sought to reassure NATO on Thursday that its war games in September would respect international limits on size, but NATO’s chief remained wary about their scale and scope. Russia and Belarus aim to hold maneuvers that some NATO allies believe could number more than 100,000 troops and involve nuclear weapons training, the biggest such...

    WATCH: Trump and France’s Macron set aside differences on climate pact in news conference
    Jul13

    WATCH: Trump and France’s Macron set aside differences on climate pact in news conference

    PARIS — President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron set aside lingering differences on climate change during their meeting in France on Thursday, asserting that it shouldn’t prevent them from working together toward a post-war roadmap for Syria and to enhance Mideast security. Trump, standing alongside Macron at a news...

    How the Ukraine War Spilled Into the U.S. Election
    Jul13

    How the Ukraine War Spilled Into the U.S. Election

    Foreign meddling in campaigns may be the new normal. …read more Source:...

    Ottawa is getting ready for its giant Ukrainian Festival
    Jul13

    Ottawa is getting ready for its giant Ukrainian Festival

    Ottawa is getting ready to celebrate all things Ukrainian, and thousands of people from across Canada, the U.S. and Ukraine will be descending on the city in less than a week. For the last three years, the Capital Ukrainian Festival has brought all the colours and the tastes of Ukraine to the nation’s capital. It started out as a community...

    Intelligence Report Warns of Growing Missile Threats
    Jul13

    Intelligence Report Warns of Growing Missile Threats

    The United States faces a growing threat of ballistic and cruise missiles from China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea, according to a military intelligence report. “Ballistic and cruise missiles present a significant threat to U.S. and allied forces overseas, and to the United States and its territories,” states the latest report by the...

    Trump’s Interests vs. America’s, Vancouver Edition
    Jul13

    Trump’s Interests vs. America’s, Vancouver Edition

    As the first (and, so far, only) Trump-branded property to open since the election, the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Vancouver has prompted significant scrutiny. When it opened just five days after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, ethics experts questioned whether the property presented an opportunity for anyone to attempt...

    The ‘What About Ukraine?’ Defense of Trump Jr.’s Russia Meeting
    Jul13

    The ‘What About Ukraine?’ Defense of Trump Jr.’s Russia Meeting

    Before welcoming Donald Trump Jr. onto his show on Tuesday, Sean Hannity boiled down his defense of the president’s son to one word: Ukraine. In obsessing over whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Russian officials to interfere in the 2016 presidential election—and most recently whether it was ethical and legal for Trump Jr. to meet...

    The U.S. Is a Good Place for Bad People to Stash Their Money
    Jul13

    The U.S. Is a Good Place for Bad People to Stash Their Money

    When Viktor Bout—the arms dealer extraordinaire who inspired the 2005 Nicolas Cage movie Lord of War—sought to set up anonymous shell companies, according to a Senate panel, he turned to, of all places, the U.S. So too, court documents indicate, did former Ukrainian Prime Minister Pavlo Lazarenko, a man who has landed on Transparency...