Russia

Berlin Needs Mechanism To Track Recipients Of Financial Aid Sent To Syria – Afd

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The German government should set up a mechanism to track the use of financial aid it sends to Syria to ensure that the money goes to people in need and does not end up in the hands of terrorists, Bundestag members from the...
Related topics: Germany, Berlin, Syria, Moscow, Terrorism

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Us Senator Compares Cost Of Russia's Alleged Meddling And F-35

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - Russia's alleged meddling in elections in the United States and France, as well as Brexit referendum in the United Kingdom, cost less than one US F-35 combat jet, Vice Chairman of the US Senate Select Intelligence Committee...
Related topics: United Kingdom, France, Referendum

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Moscow Says Situation In Syrian Rukban Camp Reminds Of Wwii Death Camps

The United States is responsible for the catastrophic humanitarian situation in the Rukban refugee camp in Syria, as it has illegally occupied this territory, Yury Tarasov, the representative of the Russian Defense Ministry in taskforces on...
Related topics: Moscow, Syria

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Bus Fire Kills At Least 40 In Southwestern Zimbabwe - Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - At least 40 people have died and several others have been injured after an explosion hit a bus in the southwestern Zimbabwean province of Matabeleland South on Friday morning, setting the vehicle on fire, The New Zimbabwe...
Related topics: Zimbabwe, Moscow

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Russia, Japan Peace Treaty Talks Require Tokyo's Allied Obligations - Kremlin

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Kremlin spokesman Peskov commented on reports in Japanese press on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's pledge not to deploy US bases in the Kuril Islands, saying that the issue of Tokyo’s allied commitments was important during the...
Related topics: Japan, Tokyo, Kremlin, Moscow

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Macron's European Army Idea: The View From Poland

French President Emmanuel Macron has sparked a continental debate after calling for the creation of a pan-European army to defend against Russia, China and even the United States. Speaking to Sputnik, Krzysztof Podgorski, a Polish political and...
Related topics: Poland, Debate, China, Military

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A Knife In Nato's Back Or Common Sense? Russian Warships Return To Spain's Ceuta

Three Russian naval vessels have refuelled in Ceuta, a Spanish port town in northeast Africa, after a long hiatus, raising the eyebrows of Spain's Western allies. In 2016, Russia rescinded its request to dock ships in Ceuta after NATO allies voiced...
Related topics: Nato, Spain

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Russia Spotted 16 Foreign Spy Aircraft Near Border Over Past Week

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Sixteen foreign aircraft have been detected while carrying out reconnaissance activities near the Russian border over the past week, an infographic published by the Russian Armed Forces' official newspaper Krasnaya Zvezda showed...
Related topics: Moscow, Infographics

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N Korea's Kim May Still Pay Return Visit To Seoul Until End Of Year - Minister

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The visit of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un can still take place before the end of this year as the meeting between Kim and South Korean President Moon Jae-in should not take long to prepare, South Korean Unification Minister Cho...
Related topics: North Korea, South Korea, Kim Jong-Un, Seoul, Moscow

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China Ready To Boost Trade With Russia - Chinese Premier

BEIJING (Sputnik) - China is ready to further develop cooperation with Russia, increasing bilateral trade and facilitating mutual access to the markets of the two states, Premier of the Chinese State Council Li Keqiang said during his meeting with...
Related topics: China, Beijing

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Why The Russian Military Stole A Bunch Of U.s. Marine Corps Humvees

Task and Purpose, Jared Keller Security, Or just fake news?  According to an Associated Press report from that time, Nogovitsyn said that Russia considered the Humvees “war trophies” and “thus has no obligation to give them back.” Call...
Related topics: Military

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Mcconnell Sure Seems Ok With Trump Shutting Down Mueller Investigation

Mitch McConnell once again used his position as Senate majority leader to provide cover for Trump, blocking a vote on a bill that would protect the integrity of the Russia investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller. Instead of protecting...

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Mattis Cuts Us Troop Numbers In Africa By 10 Percent

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is cutting hundreds of U.S. troops from Africa so he can use those resources for potential future conflicts with Russia and China. Pentagon spokeswoman Navy Cmdr. Candice Tresch told VOA the move will cut roughly...
Related topics: China, Pentagon

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Mark Zuckerberg: It's 'simply Untrue' Facebook Hindered Russia Investigation

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has responded to many of the claims in a lengthy investigation from the New York Times, which claimed the social network's leaders were reluctant to address how Russia manipulated the social network to interfere with the...
Related topics: Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, Social Media

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Trump Says Mueller Team Has 'gone Absolutely Nuts'

Under criticism for picking an acting attorney general with a history of speaking out against Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, President Donald Trump attacked the special counsel.        
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Leroy Sane, Serge Gnabry Fire Germany To Comfortable Friendly Win Over Russia

Leroy Sane and Niklas Sule both scored their first international goals on Thursday, as Germany coasted to a 3-0 friendly win over Russia at the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig...
Related topics: Germany

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Inside The Russian Disinformation Playbook: Exploit Tension, Sow Chaos

A new video series by New York Times reporter Adam Ellick explores Russia's role in spreading fake news, dating back to the '80s conspiracy theory that the AIDS virus was created by the U.S. military.
Related topics: World Videos, Conspiracy Theories, Military

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Us-led Coalition Strikes In Deir Ez-zor Kill At Least 17 Civilians - Reports

Earlier in the day, Moscow confirmed that the US-led coalition has resumed airstrikes east of the Euphrates River in Syria, using white phosphorous munitions banned by the international law.
Related topics: Moscow, Syria

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New Poll Shows How Many Britons Think Parl't Should Approve May's Brexit Deal

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The UK citizens are dissatisfied with the recently-negotiated draft Brexit deal with the European Union, with just over 28 percent of them saying that the country's parliament should vote in favor of the proposed agreement, a poll...
Related topics: Polls, Moscow, United Kingdom

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Finland Discusses With Russia Gps Glitches At Nato Drills - Foreign Ministry

HELSINKI (Sputnik) - Helsinki is discussing with Moscow through diplomatic channels the investigation of GPS glitches during recent NATO exercises, the Finnish Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.
Related topics: Finland, Nato, Helsinki, Moscow

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