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    Report: Michael Flynn’s lawyers no longer sharing information with Trump’s legal team
    Nov24

    Report: Michael Flynn’s lawyers no longer sharing information with Trump’s legal team

    WASHINGTON DC — Michael Flynn’s lawyers recently informed President Donald Trump’s legal team that they are not able to discuss the investigation by the special counsel anymore, four people involved with the case told The New York Times. The Times reported Thursday that the change could be “an indication that Mr. Flynn is cooperating...

    What you need to know about the Manafort, Gates indictment
    Oct30

    What you need to know about the Manafort, Gates indictment

    The 31-page, 12-count indictment against Paul Manafort and Richard Gates focuses on their years as political consultants and lobbyists working with Ukraine. It alleges that they received tens of millions of dollars for their Ukraine work, and to hide that income, they laundered the money through “scores of United States and foreign corporations,...

    The Real Story – Conflict in Russia
    Jul18

    The Real Story – Conflict in Russia

    HARTFORD — University of New Haven Professor, Dr. Matthew Schmidt, gives his analysis of America’s current relationship with Russia. He also discusses his recent trip to Ukraine with students, where they got a first-hand account of the ongoing conflict In the country from military officials and journalists. …read more Source: FOX...

    Blumenthal speaking out for law to fund care for wounded Ukrainian soldiers
    Jul17

    Blumenthal speaking out for law to fund care for wounded Ukrainian soldiers

    NEW HAVEN – Senator Richard Blumenthal is speaking out to help the people of Ukraine. He visited Saint Michael’s Church in New Haven on Sunday, where he discussed his goal to pass legislation that would provide funding for medical assistance to wounded Ukraine soldiers. The proposed legislation is part of this year’s defense bill and...

    Connecticut native, ex-Trump campaign chair, Paul Manafort faces fresh accusations in Ukraine
    Mar21

    Connecticut native, ex-Trump campaign chair, Paul Manafort faces fresh accusations in Ukraine

    KIEV — US President Donald Trump’s ex-campaign chair Paul Manafort is facing fresh allegations over his links to former pro-Russian Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. Ukrainian lawmaker Sergii Leshchenko claims a document found in a safe in Kiev may be evidence that Manafort tried to mask payments to him from Yanukovych’s party....

    Sweden reintroduces conscription as tensions rise over Russia
    Mar03

    Sweden reintroduces conscription as tensions rise over Russia

    Sweden has moved to reintroduce conscription “as a response to the new security situation” in Europe, the country’s defense minister told CNN Thursday. A government act on Thursday reintroduced compulsory military service in the country for the first time since 2010, and for the first time on a gender-equal basis. Peter Hultqvist,...

    Nikki Haley takes tough stance on Russia at U.N. debut
    Feb04

    Nikki Haley takes tough stance on Russia at U.N. debut

    By Ese Olumhense “Escalation of Violence Must Stop” At her first appearance at the United Nations (U.N.) Security Council on Thursday, United States Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley took an unexpected hardline on Russia over its “aggressive actions” in eastern Ukraine. On Sunday, conflict between Ukrainian government forces and Russian-backed...

    Before presidential run, Trump called Russia the ‘biggest problem’ and geopolitical foe of U.S.
    Jan17

    Before presidential run, Trump called Russia the ‘biggest problem’ and geopolitical foe of U.S.

    WASHINGTON — In a series of interviews in March of 2014, Donald Trump singled out Russia as the United States’ “biggest problem” and greatest geopolitical foe. Trump’s comments more than two years ago, which came in the wake of Russian incursions into Crimea, offer a sharp contrast to the Russia-friendly rhetoric he has employed since...

    Russian foreign minister suggests expelling diplomats
    Dec30

    Russian foreign minister suggests expelling diplomats

    MOSCOW — Russia‘s foreign minister has suggested expelling 35 U.S. diplomats in response to a new round of U.S. sanctions against Moscow. U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday imposed sanctions on Russian officials and intelligence services in retaliation alleged Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election, as American political...

    MH17 shot down by missile brought in from Russia, investigators say
    Sep28

    MH17 shot down by missile brought in from Russia, investigators say

    NIEUWEGEIN, Netherlands — Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was downed over eastern Ukraine by a Buk missile brought in from Russia to a pro-Russian area of eastern Ukraine, the head of the Dutch National Detective Force, Wilbert Paulissen said Wednesday. Speaking at a press conference in the Netherlands, Paulissen said there was conclusive evidence...

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