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Over 1,200 People Evacuated From 2 Stranded Trains In Moscow Metro – Officials

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – More than 1,200 people were evacuated on Tuesday from two trains that got stuck in one of the tunnels of the Moscow metro, a representative of the city emergency services told Sputnik.
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Libya 'on Verge Of Descending' Into Civil War - Un Support Mission Chief

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Libya is "on the verge of descending" into civil war and, since the situation escalated in early April, there has been death and destruction, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Support...
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Dprk Slams 'reckless' Biden Rally Speech - Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), which portrays the position of the Pyongyang administration, has lashed out at former US Vice President Joe Biden, saying that he has become "reckless" and "senseless".
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Report: Poland Is Buying 32 F-35 Fighters (and Russia Won't Like It)

David Axe Security, But is it a good idea?  Poland has decided to buy 32 F-35 stealth fighters, Scramble reported. “It is reported that the Polish government made its decision: it requested the U.S. to buy two batches of F-35As, with...
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Us Lawmakers Turn Focus To Full Range Of Russian Influence Ops

With all the focus on Russian efforts to sway U.S. elections with social media, there are fears other aspects of Moscow's influence operations are being overlooked. Specifically, some lawmakers and experts are worried just as much damage is being...
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Dems Struggle To Secure Testimony From A Wary Mueller

House Democrats are scrambling to secure Robert Mueller’s public testimony amid concerns from the special counsel and his staff about what he can share publicly related to his Russia investigation, according to key lawmakers and sources familiar...

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Low-enriched Uranium Production Increase By Iran Doesn't Violate Jcpoa - Russia

Russia hopes that an escalation around the so-called Iran nuclear deal can be avoided so that Tehran can continue to respect its commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the Russian Foreign Ministry stated on Tuesday.
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Damascus Interested In Russian Investment - Syrian Trade Unions Chief

DAMASCUS (Sputnik) - Syria is interested in strengthening trade unionist cooperation with Russia and in attracting foreign investment to rebuild the country, the Chairman of the Syrian General Federation of Trade Unions Jamal Qadiri told Sputnik.
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Us Requests Turkey Pull Out Of S-400 Deal With Russia By June - Reports

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United States is giving Turkey until the end of the first week of June to pull out of its agreement with Russia to purchase the S-400 air defence system or face severe consequences including sanctions, media reported.
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Militants Who Plotted Terror Surrounded In House In Western Russia - Report

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russia's National Antiterrorism Committee said Wednesday that outlaws had been located in one of the residential buildings in a private house of Kolchugino town, Vladimir region, some 118 miles from Moscow.
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Questions Remain About Putin’s Request For A Back Channel To The Trump Transition

A few weeks before Donald Trump became president, Russian banker Petr Aven, a billionaire oligarch with Moscow’s Alfa Bank, pulled aside Washington lobbyist Richard Burt at a corporate meeting in Luxembourg with a sensitive request. Aven told...
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About 1,000 Commuters Spend Hours Trapped In Moscow Subway

About 1,000 commuters have been trapped in a Moscow subway for several hours due to a power outage
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Don Mcgahn Defies Subpoena For Testimony, Faces Contempt Vote

WASHINGTON — House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler gaveled open a Trump-Russia hearing Tuesday with an empty witness chair and a stern warning that former White House Counsel Don McGahn will be held in contempt for failing to appear in defiance...
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America Reminds Russia Who Owns Alaskan Skies

The U.S. won big against Russia in the 1867 Alaska purchase. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential

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Europe Was Worried Russia Would Mess With Its Elections. Now It Has Other Fears.

Domestic disinformation and U.S. money are raising alarms.

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Austria’s Political Crisis Refocus Attention On The Far Right’s Ties To Russia

The resignation of the vice chancellor and Freedom Party leader opens a period of political chaos.
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At Sea And On Land: A Look At History Of Pacific Fleet In Russia

Russia's Pacific Fleet was established in 1731 as part of the Imperial Russian Navy. The fleet was known as the Okhotsk Military Flotilla and Siberian Military Flotilla, formed to defend the country's interests in the Russian Far East region along...
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Moscow On Austrian Video Scandal: Enemies Produce Fake News To Smear Russia

VIENNA (Sputnik) - Enemies of Russia produce fake news and use other "untidy" methods to create an impression that Russia meddles in other countries' affairs, the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister said, commenting on the scandal around a video that...
Related topics: Moscow, World Videos, Austria, Vienna

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Us Fighters Escort Russian Strategic Bombers Over Alaska - Russian Mod

American reconnaissance drones routinely fly along Russia’s borders, mostly in the west and in south-west, as well as along the Syrian coast, where Russian military bases are located. Such flights have become quite regular since relations between...
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Iranian Presidential Aide Reveals Tehran's Strategy Toward Us

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Iran's strategy to confront US hostile measures is based on a "no to war, no to sanctions" principle, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's cultural adviser, Hesameddin Ashena, told Tasnim News Agency on Tuesday.
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