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Fox News Host Credits Russia With Trump’s 2016 Win: They ‘Cost’ Dems an Election

President Donald Trump has bristled at the idea that Russian interference helped win him the 2016 election. But no matter how hard the President tried to convince the electorate otherwise, one Fox News host believes that Russia did indeed help...
Topics: Russia, Donald Trump

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Diplomats Walk Out as Venezuela Hits US in UN Speech

Several dozen diplomats walked out from the U.N. General Assembly Wednesday to protest a speech by Venezuela's foreign minister, who denounced U.S. calls on the world body to recognize opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president. Foreign...
Topics: Venezuela, Protests

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Up to 20,000 Extremists Enter EU Annually Under Guise of Refugees - Russia's GRU

MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Up to 20,000 extremists enter the European Union under the guise of refugees every year, Russian General Staff Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) spokesman Maj. Gen. Sergey Kovalyov said at the Moscow Conference on...
Topics: Russia, Moscow

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Blood Brothers: Wealthy Family Behind Sri Lanka's Suicide Attacks

Sri Lankan housewife Fathima Fazla thought of her neighbors in the grand three-story home across the street as the wealthy celebrities of her humble  Colombo suburb. She had no idea how infamous they would become.  Two brothers who lived...
Topics: Sri Lanka

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Special Coverage: Mueller Report Released

Attorney General William Barr has released a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference to Congress and the public.

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Moscow just made it easier for Ukrainians to become Russian

Vladimir Putin has issued a new order that makes it easier for people in separatist-controlled regions of Ukraine to obtain Russian citizenship. Residents in Donetsk and Luhansk, home to a few million people, will be entitled to Russian passports...
Topics: Russia, Moscow, Vladimir Putin, Ukraine

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'You are making these crimes possible': Facebook, YouTube torn apart by UK lawmakers

Representatives from Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter were grilled and admonished on Tuesday by UK lawmakers angry at the spread of extremist and criminal content. The UK parliamentary committee hearing was spurred by the spread of the graphic...
Topics: Facebook, Social Media, United Kingdom

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Irish Dissident Republican Group Linked to New IRA Banned from Social Networks

An Irish republican dissident group, Saoradh, is considered to be the political wing of the New IRA, which claimed responsibility for the murder of journalist Lyra McKee in Northern Ireland last week.
Topics: Ireland

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Kim Jong Un travels with a convoy of Mercedes-Maybach armored limos

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived in Vladivostok, Russia by train on Wednesday ahead of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Around town, the Kim uses a Mercedes-Benz S600 Pullman Guard limousine. Kim's limo is an older...
Topics: Kim Jong-Un, Russia, Vladimir Putin

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Spain court acquits former Barcelona president of money laundering

Madrid (AFP) – A Spanish court on Wednesday acquitted former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell, who spent nearly two years in pre-trial custody, of money laundering. Rosell, his wife and four others, were accused of “large-scale money...
Topics: Spain, Madrid

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Former State Dept. Employee Admits Conspiring With Chinese Agents

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - A former State Department employee on Wednesday admitted in federal court that she took part in a conspiracy in which she gave Chinese foreign agents internal documents in exchange for cash and gifts, the Justice Department...

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Beto O’Rourke Kicks Off California Campaign

Los Angeles Times: “The former El Paso congressman will stop at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College downtown for an outdoor rally at 4 p.m. Saturday. On Sunday, O’Rourke is planning a town hall at the United Irish Cultural Center in San...

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War of Worlds? Amazing View of Arcus Clouds in France's Bordeaux

Clouds crossing the night sky above Bordeaux on Tuesday, 23 April attracted the attention of many Internet users due to their bizarre shapes.
Topics: France

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Police bust potential Bitcoin money laundering scheme in Brazil

Brazilian police have arrested a man on suspicion that he was running a drug trafficking ring and laundering funds using Bitcoin. According to a local report, law enforcement officials found a clandestine drug laboratory containing Bitcoin mining...
Topics: Police, Bitcoin, Brazil

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'Negative Effects' of the Complete Ban on Iranian Oil 'Inevitable' - Economist

The US government announced on Monday that it would not renew the waivers for Iranian oil importers that are valid through 1 May 2019. The waivers were granted to eight countries: China, Inda, Italy, Greece, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Turkey in...
Topics: China, Italy, Greece, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey

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Why compassion fades

NoneOne victim can break our hearts. Remember the image of the young Syrian boy discovered dead on a beach in Turkey in 2015? Donations to relief agencies soared after that image went viral. However, we feel less compassion as the number of victims...
Topics: Turkey

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Fear and loathing in the Amazon Mother’s Day Gift Shop

Good news for unimaginative offspring: Amazon’s Mother’s Day Gift Shop went live on the internet last week. And it’s worth a peruse whether or not you have a mom or mom-like person to find a gift for before May 12 (in the US, China, India, and...
Topics: Amazon, China, India

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Under Fire From Opposition, PM Khan Clarifies ‘Terrorists Using Pak Soil’ Remark

Pakistan's Prime Minister is facing severe criticism in the country for publicly acknowledging in the Iranian capital city of Tehran that terrorists had, in the past, staged attacks in Iran from Pakistani territory, but now claims his statement had...
Topics: Terrorism, Pakistan, Iran, Tehran

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Masked Men Open Fire at Cafe in Northern France, Flee Scene in Van (VIDEOS)

Law enforcement agencies are conducting an operation after a shooting incident in the French city of Tourcoing in the Nord department.
Topics: France, World Videos

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It's morning in Alberta, and the GOP needs to pay attention

It is a perennial complaint in Canada that Americans do not pay much attention to what goes on up there. It’s true, of course; Canada may be America’s largest trading partner, but none of the things which commonly attract notice (revolutions,...
Topics: Canada

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