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    OSCE Says It Suffered Major Cyberattack
    Dec28

    OSCE Says It Suffered Major Cyberattack

    The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) has suffered a “major” cyberattack, a spokeswoman has confirmed. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Reporting From the War Zone: Why Conflict Journalism Matters
    Dec28

    Reporting From the War Zone: Why Conflict Journalism Matters

    KYIV, Ukraine—In June of 2015, I spent eight days embedded with the Ukrainian army in the front line town of Pisky in eastern Ukraine. I’ve been back and forth to the front lines in eastern Ukraine many times in the more than two years I’ve covered this conflict, but those eight days in Pisky stand out from the rest. It was an active...

    Dershowitz: ‘Money Counts At the UN,’ U.S. Should Threaten To Defund UN Over Anti-Israel Bias
    Dec28

    Dershowitz: ‘Money Counts At the UN,’ U.S. Should Threaten To Defund UN Over Anti-Israel Bias

    Wednesday on AM 970’s “The Joe Piscopo Show,” while discussing the recent United Nations security resolution criticizing Israel settlements, lawyer, author and emeritus law professor at Harvard University Alan Dershowitz said the United States needs to “threaten to defund the United Nations.” Dershowitz said, “There is an automatic anti...

    NBC’s Neely: Kerry Speech ‘Firing a Flare’ ‘Across Israel’ He Wanted To Give It ‘For Some Time’ But WH Blocked It
    Dec28

    NBC’s Neely: Kerry Speech ‘Firing a Flare’ ‘Across Israel’ He Wanted To Give It ‘For Some Time’ But WH Blocked It

    On Wednesday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” NBC News Chief Global Correspondent Bill Neely characterized Secretary of State John Kerry’s earlier speech asa speech Kerry has wanted to give “for some time, but was more less blocked by the White House,” and “a warning, firing a flare, if you like, across Israel, to try to show Israelis...

    9 questions about the UN vote on Israeli settlements you were too embarrassed to ask
    Dec28

    9 questions about the UN vote on Israeli settlements you were too embarrassed to ask

    A controversial new United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlements in Palestinian territory has triggered a brutal and messy diplomatic fight between President Obama, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and now President-elect Donald Trump. The war of words got even nastier Wednesday, when Secretary of State John...

    2016, in 5 minutes
    Dec28

    2016, in 5 minutes

    Many will rejoice as this challenging year comes to a close, but the events that took place in 2016 will have consequences that reverberate far into 2017 and beyond. It was a year with political turmoil and terrorism dominating headlines across the globe. In the US, a bitter election revealed the country’s widening cultural divide. And we...

    Moscow Is Blaming Ambassador’s Killing on ‘Anti-Russian Propaganda’
    Dec28

    Moscow Is Blaming Ambassador’s Killing on ‘Anti-Russian Propaganda’

    Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has blamed those propagating “anti-Russian propaganda” for the killing of their ambassador to Turkey, who was shot dead on December 19. Andrey Karlov was killed by an off-duty Turkish policeman during a gallery exhibition, who shouted “ “I am on the path of Syria, I am on the path of Aleppo,” ” as he...

    Russia Can Expect Sanctions After Cyber Attacks, Says Sen. Lindsey Graham
    Dec28

    Russia Can Expect Sanctions After Cyber Attacks, Says Sen. Lindsey Graham

    Russia and its president Vladimir Putin should expect tough sanctions after cyber attacks during the presidential election won by Donald Trump, U.S. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said on Wednesday. Earlier this month, Republican and Democratic senators including Graham called for a bipartisan panel to investigate cyber attacks against the...

    US Retreat from Syria
    Dec28

    US Retreat from Syria

    Russia and Turkey are systematically excluding the United States from events in Syria. The US must either demand a seat at the table, shaping negotiations, or cede diplomacy to Russia and Turkey, knowing they will act in their narrow national interests to the detriment of Syrians. Collusion between Russia and Turkey has been underway since August...

    Russia’s Biggest Bank Hails Donald Trump as ‘President of Change’
    Dec28

    Russia’s Biggest Bank Hails Donald Trump as ‘President of Change’

    The head of Russia’s biggest bank, Herman Gref, has hailed U.S. President-elect Donald Trump as the leader of “change,” suggesting he has hopes of a change in the sanctions on Russian state officials and enterprises. State lender Sberbank has been on the sanctions list since 2014, after Moscow annexed Crimea from Ukraine and began...