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US Working on Chemicals Classed as Novichok for Political Reasons Since '80s, Moscow Says

Earlier, Russia denied claims of having stockpiles of the nerve agent Novichok when allegations were flying around that opposition figure Alexey Navalny had been poisoned. All stocks of Novichok were eliminated in compliance with the OPCW protocols,...
Topics: Russia, Moscow

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France Pushes For EU Sanctions On Turkey Over Mediterranean Gas Row

France Pushes For EU Sanctions On Turkey Over Mediterranean Gas Row Tyler Durden Fri, 11/27/2020 - 04:15 France's leading efforts to push for European sanctions on fellow NATO member Turkey has picked up steam, with Paris...
Topics: France, Turkey, Nato, Paris

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Armenian Prime Minister Says It's Important to Maintain Peace That Was Achieved

Earlier on Friday, Pashinyan said that he had held two phone conversations about the situation in the Nagorno-Karabakh region with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Topics: Vladimir Putin

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Burn Off That Turkey With These Black Friday Fitness Deals

These picks will help you get your sweat on, whether you're in a home gym, jogging down the road, or roughing it in the wilderness.
Topics: Turkey, Black Friday

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Adolf Hitler Led Germany To Ruin In World War II (And Killed Millions)

Warfare History Network History, Europe Adolf Hitler rose from obscurity to lead the Nazi Party to power in Germany and embarked on a campaign of conquest and destruction. Born in Branau, Austria, on April 20, 1889, Adolf Hitler rose to lead the...
Topics: Germany, Austria

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Finally China’s Xi Jinping calls to congratulate Joe Biden on election win

The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, has congratulated Joe Biden on winning the US election, leaving just a handful of world leaders,
Topics: China, Joe Biden

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Why Back in 2018 NATO Wargamed a Conflict Against Russia

Sebastien Roblin Security, Europe Operation Trident Juncture was an important test to see how well the alliance could defend against Russia. Key point: The operation was very large and was meant to practice for a real war. It was also meant to...
Topics: Nato, Russia

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RPGs and More: Russia’s Antitank Weapons are Deadlier than Ever

Kyle Mizokami Security, Middle East Simple and effective, the broomlike RPG-7 became one of the most effective antitank weapons of the postwar period. Here's What You Need to Remember: Soviet experiences in World War II made effective antitank...
Topics: Russia

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6 American oil executives were sentenced to prison time by a Venezuela judge

The Citgo Petroleum Corporation headquarters are pictured in Houston, Texas. Reuters Six American oil executives held for three years in Venezuela were found guilty of corruption charges by a judge on Thursday. The so-called Citgo 6 were...
Topics: Venezuela, Reuters

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Tampa Bay outfielder Arozarena released in Mexico's Yucatan

His former partner told a Mexican judge that she did not want to press charges.
Topics: Mexico

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UK Government to Set Up New Antitrust Unit to Scrutinize Google and Facebook

The UK government has announced plans to establish a Digital Markets Unit (DMU) to make a new code to improve transparency regarding the provision of services and the use of personal data by the world’s biggest tech companies, as well as oversee a...
Topics: United Kingdom, Google, Social Media, Facebook

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Tories Slam ‘Authoritarianism' as PM Johnson Reportedly Faces Revolt Ahead of Vote on COVID Tiers

As the UK is set to emerge from the current national coronavirus lockdown after midnight on 2 December, the country’s regions are expected to be placed in one of three coronavirus alert level tiers: medium, high and very high, with restrictive...
Topics: United Kingdom

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Amazon workers and activism groups are staging Black Friday protests around the world, while the...

Garment workers in Bangladesh join the "Make Amazon Pay" protests on Black Friday, 2020. Sommilito Garment Sramik Federation A coalition of Amazon workers, unions, and activism groups began protesting against Amazon on Black Friday. The...
Topics: Amazon, Activism, Black Friday, Protests, Bangladesh

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The EU’s fastest growing EV market is — surprise! — Latvia!

According to Latvian national news agency, LETA, the Baltic nation has logged the fastest growing rise in electric car sales among EU member states. Across the first three quarters of this year, Latvians have bought and registered 328% more electric...
Topics: Latvia

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Roar or Whimper: How Did Nazi Germany’s Tiger Tank Fare in Combat?

Michael Peck History, Europe These tanks were real beasts that were rightly feared (but they had several problems). Key point: These tanks were scary and hard to kill. But they also tended to breakdown and weren't mass produced enough to really...
Topics: Germany

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Bannon, le magnat chinois et le virus: comment ils créèrent une star des médias de droite

Aux États-Unis, l’extrême droite et un pan de la diaspora chinoise se sont alliés pour offrir une tribune médiatique à une chercheuse de Hong Kong et ses théories infondées au sujet de la pandémie.
Topics: Hong Kong

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Hong Kong pro-democracy trio defiant in face of upcoming jail sentence

The have pleaded guilty to charges of participating in an ‘unlawful protest’Agnes Chow, Ivan Lam and Joshua Wong. Image from HKFP. Used with permission. On November 23, Hong Kong pro-democracy activists Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow and Ivan...
Topics: Hong Kong, Protests, Activism

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The Crown’s escape from history, as seen from the British Empire’s former colonies

The last time I was in London was in 1997 on a family trip. I vaguely remember passing by Buckingham Palace and being enchanted by the possibility of an actual queen inside it.I have encountered the British royal family several times since then—on...
Topics: United Kingdom, London

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Diego Maradona: Ex-Brazil international pays tribute to late legend during Copa Libertadores contest

Gremio manager Renato Gaucho paid tribute to the late Diego Maradona during his side’s 2-0 victory over Guarani yesterday evening. Tributes from far and wide have flooded in following the news... Click Story Headline Above To...
Topics: Brazil

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Kremlin Unaware of French Media Reports on Details of Putin-Macron November 7 Phone Talks

The Kremlin is unaware of the article in the French business magazine Challenges that provides controversial details of the November 7 phone talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, presidential...
Topics: Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, Emmanuel Macron

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