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Washington Or Moscow: Decision-time For Erdogan In Northern Syria

Washington Or Moscow: Decision-Time For Erdogan In Northern Syria Authored by Tulin Daloglu via TheCradle.co, Erdogan's Syria choices seem increasingly limited by unflagging US support for his Kurdish foes. Turkey's only option may be...
Related topics: Moscow, Tayyip Erdogan, Syria, Turkey

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Collision Path: Is A U.s. Confrontation Brewing In Russia’s Waters?

Mark Episkopos Russia, Eurasia The U.S. Pacific Fleet press office has labeled the Russian rendition of the Chafee-Tributs altercation as “false.” Moscow and Washington are embroiled in a fresh military-diplomatic crisis over the alleged...
Related topics: Moscow, Military

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Production Of Russia's Sputnik V In Mexico To Begin In Second Half Of November - Reports

MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - Mexican state laboratory Birmex will begin bottling and packaging the Russian Sputnik V vaccine in the second half of November, Mexican media reported on Monday, citing the company's director, Pedro Zenteno.
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Moscow Expresses Condolences Over Powell's Death, Says He Was 'a Patriot Of His Country'

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Moscow expresses condolences over the death of former US Secretary of State Colin Powell and believes that his political realism and ability to listen to the other side are what is missing in the current state of relations between...
Related topics: Moscow, Colin Powell

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Ex-top Brazilian Diplomat Calls For G20-led Multipolar World To Tackle Post-covid Issues

SOCHI, Russia (Sputnik) - It is necessary to rethink the existing world order, favoring multipolar world and granting the Group of Twenty, the forum of 19 most influential nations and the European Union otherwise known as the G20, a leading role, to...

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Russia Suspends Its Mission At Nato, Shuts Alliance's Office

MOSCOW — Russia on Monday suspended its mission at NATO and ordered the closure of the alliance's office in Moscow in retaliation for NATO's expulsion of Russian diplomats. Earlier this month, NATO withdrew the accreditation of eight Russian...
Related topics: Nato, Moscow

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Turkey Can Purchase Russia's Su-35, Su-57 Fighters If Us Does Not Sell F-16, Official Says

ANKARA (Sputnik) -Turkey can purchase Russia's Su-35 and Su-57 fighters if the United States freezes the sale of F-16 fighter jets, Turkish Presidency of Defence Industries chief Ismail Demir said on Monday.
Related topics: Turkey, Ankara

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Bitcoin Surpasses $62,000 For First Time Since April

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The bitcoin exchange rate stood at more than $62,000 on Monday morning for the first time since April, according to trading data.
Related topics: Bitcoin, Moscow

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South Korea Worried About Japan's Looming Radioactive Water Dump

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - South Korea’s Foreign Ministry has expressed concerns to Japan about its planned discharge of water used to cool the reactor of the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant, a ministry official said on Monday.
Related topics: South Korea, Japan, Moscow, Fukushima

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Russia Suspends Its Permanent Rep To Nato, Alliance's Information Office In Moscow

NATO previously confirmed that it had revoked the accreditation of eight employees of the Russian mission to the alliance and reduced the number of accreditations for the Russian Federation to 10.
Related topics: Nato, Moscow

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2021 Stenin Contest Grand Prix Shared By Reporters From Russia And Turkey

Moscow, Oct 18 – RIA Novosti. The Andrei Stenin International Press Photo Contest has announced the winner of the Grand Prix.
Related topics: Turkey, Moscow, Ria Novosti, World Photos

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Raab Slams Hate Speech Against Members Of Parliament After Lawmaker Stabbed To Death

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - UK Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said on Monday that the amount of online hate speech against members of parliament is getting "out of control," calling for an end to the vilification of legislators.
Related topics: Moscow, United Kingdom

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Russia’s Treaty Violations Have Created New Missile Possibilities For The U.s. Army

Kris Osborn Missiles, Americas This is a key testing and development step intended to prepare the weapon for deployment in 2023. The Army has again shot off a new generation of land-fired missiles intended to extend the attack range and...

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Ex-spy Behind Salacious Trump Dossier Has Damning Theory About Alleged Pee Tape

Christopher Steele says he thinks the infamous golden showers tape is real -- and shared why he believes Russia hasn't released it.

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A Black Communist’s Disappearance In Stalin’s Russia

What happened to Lovett Fort-Whiteman, the only known African American to die in the Gulag?
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Whereabouts Of American Missionaries Kidnapped In Haiti Remain Unknown, Reports Say

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - US authorities remain unaware of the whereabouts of the American Christian missionaries and their families abducted in Haiti, The New York Times reports.
Related topics: Haiti, Moscow

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Current Energy Crisis Driven By Various Factors, Inter-regional Competition For Gas, Wec Says

MOSCOW (Sputnik), Andrei Savenkov - The ongoing energy crisis in Europe is not caused by geopolitics but is instead a product of multiple factors coming together, such as the unexpected return of demand and regions taking the market away from each...
Related topics: Moscow

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Beijing, Moscow, Ankara Push Us Out Of Red Sea Dominance

Beijing, Moscow, Ankara Push US Out Of Red Sea Dominance Authored by Gregory Copley via The Epoch Times, Washington’s escalating hybrid warfare operations against Ethiopia may have cost the United States its strategic influence over...
Related topics: China, Beijing, Moscow, Turkey, Ankara, Ethiopia

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Student Opens Fire At School Near Russian City Of Perm

A shooting has occurred at a school in the Oktyabrsky District of the Perm Region of Russia, but luckily nobody was hurt, local police told Sputnik.
Related topics: Police

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Fight For Minds: Nato Mulls Adopting 'cognitive Warfare' Tactic That Doesn't Need Weapons To Attack

Over the past few years, several nations in the West have accused Russia, Iran, and China of using social media to sow discord in their societies or influence elections, all while failing to present a shred of evidence to back that up. Now, they're...
Related topics: Nato, Iran, China, Social Media

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