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Putin Claims New Russian Weapons Have No Foreign Equivalent

President Vladimir Putin says Russia's new weapons have no foreign equivalents and will help ensure the country's security for decades to come. Putin, speaking during Tuesday's meeting with the top military brass in Moscow, specifically mentioned...
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Military

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Russia Refutes Reports On 'army Of Mercenaries' In Car As Speculations - Moscow

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Recent rumors on Russia's alleged large mercenary presence in the Central African Republic (CAR) are speculations, Andrei Kemarsky, the director of the Russian Foreign Ministry's Department of Africa, told Sputnik.
Related topics: Russia, Central African Republic

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F-35: ‘the Us Is Putting Pressure On Ankara To Distance From Moscow’ - Author

Ankara is planning to buy US-manufactured F-35 fighter jets amid concerns that the transfer might be cancelled, according to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Radio Sputnik discussed Ankara's plans with Abdullah Bozkurt, president of the...
Related topics: Turkey, Ankara, Russia, Tayyip Erdogan, Sweden, Stockholm

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Poverty In Africa Should Be Tackled As Cause Of Illegal Migration To Eu – Kurz

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Europe should focus on tackling poverty in Africa, as it is one of the main causes for illegal migration to the EU countries, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said at the High-Level Africa-Europe forum on Tuesday.
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Libyan Finance Minister Bomtari Reportedly Resigns

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Libyan Finance Minister Faraj Bomtari has stepped down two months after his appointment to the cabinet of UN-backed Prime Minister Fayez Serraj, Al-Wasat news website reported on Tuesday.
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Lithuanian Parl't Votes To Buy Floating Lng Terminal After 2024 - Ministry

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Lithuanian lawmakers on Tuesday voted to buy a floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal after 2024 as part of the Baltic country's efforts to ensure its energy security, the Lithuanian Energy Ministry said in a statement.
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Mueller Ready To Pounce On Trump Concessions To Moscow

“For more than a year, special counsel Robert Mueller’s office has questioned witnesses broadly about their interactions with well-connected Russians. But three sources familiar with Mueller’s probe told the Daily Beast that his team is...
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Ari Melber On Rudy’s Latest Baffling Comment: Could Be A Case Of ‘giuliani Gonna Giuliani’

Rudy Giuliani yesterday made some rather notable comments about the Trump Tower Moscow timeline that set off MSNBC’s Ari Melber wondering why he would say it. Giuliani appeared to reveal that conversations about that planned tower went as late...
Related topics: Russia, MSNBC

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Iraqi Kurdistan Ex-leader, Us Envoy Hold Talks Amid Turkey's Military Op Plans

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Masoud Barzani, the former president of the autonomous Kurdistan region in Iraq, on Monday met with Brett McGurk, the US special presidential envoy for the global coalition to defeat the Daesh* terrorist group, Barzani's office...
Related topics: Turkey, Military, Russia, Iraq, Terrorism

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Russian Civic Chamber Urges Osce To Assess Bbc Journo's 'yellow Vests' Research

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian Civic Chamber urges the OSCE to convene a special meeting to discuss reports alleging Russian involvement in "yellow vest" protests, Elena Sutormina, the head of the chamber’s commission for public diplomacy,...
Related topics: OSCE, BBC, Russia, Protests

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Prague Warns That Huawei, Zte Products Pose Threat To Czech National Security

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Czech National Cyber and Information Security Agency (NUKIB) sees the products of China’s Huawei telecom giant and ZTE corporation as a threat to the republic's national security, NUKIB Director Dusan Navratil said on Monday.
Related topics: Czech Republic, Prague, Huawei, Russia, China

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Italian Prime Minister Reiterates Need To Lift Russia Sanctions - Moscow

ROME (Sputnik) - Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte reaffirmed his commitment to the idea that sanctions against Russia should not be tightened, but lifted, Russian Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov told Sputnik on Monday.
Related topics: Russia, Rome

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Tories Won't Provide Parliamentary Time For No Confidence Vote On May - Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The UK ruling Conservative Party will block a motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May, which was earlier tabled by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, denying it parliamentary time, local media reported on Tuesday, citing...
Related topics: Russia, United Kingdom

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Senate Report: Moscow Directed ‘troll Farm’ In Efforts To Elect Trump

The US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence today released a pair of reports detailing the results of its investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election. Here’s what you need to know. The Washington Post obtained a...
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Bonus Quote Of The Day

“Up until November 2016, they could have had a conversation about Trump Tower Moscow, and it went nowhere.” — Rudy Giuliani, in an interview on CNN, suggesting that the Trump Organization may have been seeking help from the Russians...
Related topics: Russia, CNN

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Conflict Between Russia And Ukraine Extends To The Spiritual Realm

Sometimes church politics is the continuation of war by other means. In one way, the creation of a Ukrainian Orthodox Church independent of Moscow, formalized by a church council in Kiev on Saturday, is an ecclesiastical affair that can pull you...
Related topics: Russia, Ukraine, Religion, Kiev

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Russian Fm Pledges Moscow Will Not Wage War On Ukraine Despite Provocations

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov vowed on Monday that Moscow was not going to start a war with Ukraine amid intensified provocations on Kiev's part.
Related topics: Russia, Ukraine, Kiev

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Canada Looking To End Arms Contract With Saudis Amid Khashoggi Case – Trudeau

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his administration had inherited a 15 billion Canadian dollars ($11 billion) arms contract with Saudi Arabia it now wanted to scrap.
Related topics: Canada, Russia, Saudi Arabia

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Split In Ukraine's Orthodox Church Community Linked To Politics - Kremlin

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The divisive activity in Ukraine's Orthodox community, as Kiev is striving for an independent Orthodox church, is intertwined with politics, which is hardly acceptable by church rules, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov...
Related topics: Ukraine, Religion, Kremlin, Russia, Kiev

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Uk Business Minister: Mps Have To List Brexit Options Commons Can Support

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The UK parliament should vote on whatever additional Brexit guarantees UK Prime Minister Theresa May can secure from her European colleagues, and if that fails, the parliament should be given a chance to say what it could agree...
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