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17.01.2017
12:49 Aljazeera.NetLavrov: Russia inviting Trump officials to Syria talks

Sergey Lavrov says Russia and US could start discussions on 'fighting terrorism' in Syria during summit in Kazakhstan.

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12:18 ReutersRussia expects dialogue with Trump on nuclear weapons: Lavrov

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia expects to have a dialogue with the Trump administration on strategic stability, including on nuclear weapons, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday.

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08:39 Financial TimesRussia’s economy minister puts focus on markets

Oreshkin gives promotion of competition priority over further privatisation

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05:33 International Herald TribuneThe Interpreter: ‘Kompromat’ and the Danger of Doubt and Confusion in a Democracy

Although the manufacturing of public cynicism tends to be associated with Russia, it is a common feature and tool of authoritarian nations.

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05:16 NewYork TimesThe Interpreter: ‘Kompromat’ and the Danger of Doubt and Confusion in a Democracy

Although the manufacturing of public cynicism tends to be associated with Russia, it is a common feature and tool of authoritarian nations.

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04:07 TheStar.com11 things we’ve already learned about Donald Trump’s presidency . . . before it’s even started

WASHINGTON—Donald Trump will be sworn in is as America’s 45th president on Friday with a speech he has suggested will be inspired by Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy.
His transition has not been like theirs.
Or anybody’s, really.
Trump has raged through the two months since his victory, casting aside norms of decorum, policy and international relations while refusing to temper the anger that thrilled millions of voters while scaring much of the world.
Here are 11 things his transition has taught us about the president-to-be and his looming administration:
It wasn’t just rhetoric: Trump supporters and critics alike brushed off much of his campaign rhetoric as bluster, strategic metaphor to be discarded the day after the campaign. His preposterously tall Mexico wall seemed a prime example. In fact, he appears serious about building a barrier, even if it doesn’t precisely match his previous description. While

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02:37 NewYork TimesFor Trump, Three Decades of Chasing Deals in Russia

Donald J. Trump, and eventually his children, repeatedly sought business in Russia as far back as 1987, in a variety of ventures. But none got off the ground.

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02:35 International Herald TribuneFor Trump, Three Decades of Chasing Deals in Russia

Donald J. Trump, and eventually his children, repeatedly sought business in Russia as far back as 1987, in a variety of ventures. But none got off the ground.

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16.01.2017
23:40 TheStar.comCanada’s embassy to celebrate Trump’s big day with exclusive party, poutine

WASHINGTON—No, Donald, not Putin. Poutine.
Canada’s embassy in Washington, D.C., is celebrating Donald Trump’s Friday inauguration with an invitation-only “tailgate” party featuring delectable Canadian cuisine — “including but not limited to poutine, British Columbia salmon, Canadian beef, and tourtière,” embassy spokeswoman Christine Constantin said in an email.
There might be tasty surprises. The 2013 party for Barack Obama’s second inauguration involved Tim Hortons coffee, Molson beer, Crown Royal whisky, and BeaverTails.
The embassy shindig is always one of the most sought-after tickets of America’s celebration of democracy. Partly because Americans like Canadians, sure, but mostly because of its unsurpassed view of the parade route. The Arthur Erickson building on Pennsylvania Ave. is the only embassy located between the White House and the Capitol.
The party has

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21:02 BBCJohn Sweeney: Why does Kremlin favour Trump?

Advisers to Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin are promoting a stronger relationship between the two.

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20:27 ReutersSerbia wants to annex part of Kosovo using 'Crimea model': president

PRISTINA (Reuters) - Serbia plans to seize a slice of northern Kosovo just as Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea region in 2014, Kosovo's president told Reuters on Monday, as the two Balkan neighbors trade accusations of wanting to ignite a new regional war.

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20:07 BBCMoscow fairytale comics to help migrants 'behave'

A pictorial manual with Russian fairytale heroes aims to reduce tensions for migrants in the city.

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20:07 BBCRussian artist Pavlensky 'to seek French asylum' amid sex claim

Shock artist Petr Pavlensky leaves Moscow after being told he is being accused of a sex crime.

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19:44 Financial TimesWary Syrian rebels agree to join peace talks

Turkey and Russia put pressure on groups weakened after loss of Aleppo

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19:44 Financial TimesBiden tries to reassure Ukraine about US support

Kiev concerned about policy switch towards Moscow and backs continued sanctions

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19:02 Financial TimesObama’s messy foreign policy legacy

Supporters say he boosted US influence but critics hit at failures on Syria and Russia

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18:42 Euronews.NetSanctions against Russia must stay - Biden

The outgoing US Vice President has urged the world to stand up to what he has described as "coercion and aggression" from Moscow over Ukraine

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18:42 Euronews.NetOpinion: Russia’s Imperial Instinct

By Carl Bildt, Sweden’s foreign minister from 2006 to October 2014 and Prime Minister from 1991 to 1994 WASHINGTON, DC – Russia is once again at the

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18:30 TheStar.comUpstart Roman Baber trounces Joe Oliver in Ontario PC battle

Another one bites the dust.
Former finance minister Joe Oliver is the latest federal Conservative to lose a bid to run for Patrick Brown’s provincial Tories in next year’s election.
Oliver, 76, was trounced Sunday in the York Centre nomination contest by upstart lawyer Roman Baber.
Baber, 36, who was born in Russia and came to Canada from Israel at age 15, beat the Tory titan by 711 to 465 votes.
“I felt that my hard work would be rewarded,” he said in an interview Monday, noting his outreach to the riding’s Russian, Filipino, Tamil, Lebanese, and Vietnamese communities.
Baber now hopes to wrest the Toronto seat from Liberal Monte Kwinter, 85, who has represented the riding for almost 32 years and is the oldest MPP in Ontario history.
“A long-time resident of York Centre, Roman understands the opportunities and challenges his community faces,” Brown said in a statement.
“Through

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18:13 ReutersSyrian rebels to attend Kazakhstan peace talks

BEIRUT/AMMAN (Reuters) - Syrian rebel groups have decided to attend peace talks backed by Russia and Turkey in Kazakhstan to press for full implementation of a ceasefire they say has been widely violated by the government and its Iranian-backed allies.

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17:45 Washington PostBiden: Trump should retain sanctions on Russia

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, on a last foreign trip before leaving office, has met with Ukraine’s president and called on the impending Donald Trump administration to retain Ukraine-related sanctions against Russia.

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17:22 TheStar.comTrump’s Twitter tirades continue with inauguration just days away

NEW YORK—His inauguration days away, president-elect Donald Trump is continuing to lash out at critics in the intelligence community and Democrats in Congress who are vowing to skip his swearing-in ceremony.
The tough-talking Republican questioned whether the CIA director himself was “the leaker of fake news” in a Sunday night tweet.
The extraordinary criticism from the incoming president came hours after CIA chief John Brennan charged that Trump lacks a full understanding of the threat Moscow poses to the United States, delivering a public lecture to the president-elect that further highlighted the bitter state of Trump’s relations with American intelligence agencies.
“Now that he’s going to have an opportunity to do something for our national security as opposed to talking and tweeting, he’s going to have tremendous responsibility to make sure that U.S. and national security interests are

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16:11 Aljazeera.NetWhat is Russia's endgame in Libya?

Haftar met with Russian officials in an effort to secure military support that would prepare for his control of Libya.

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15:49 CNNTrump slams NATO as 'obsolete'

Donald Trump has given his clearest indication yet that he is ready to ease sanctions on Russia and usher in a new era between the US and its longtime foe.

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15:13 TheStar.comHillary Clinton may be a good fit for mayor of NYC: DiManno

Whither Hillary?
Out and about in New York mostly, attending the theatre, supping at restaurants — “eating burgers with Ralph Lauren” as tweeted by a fellow diner the other day — attending a handful of public functions, spending grandma time with Chelsea’s kids.
Looking happy enough, a mere five weeks from the electoral disaster that has visited Donald Trump on the world as American president come high noon Friday; relaxed, the stress lines erased from her face. Enduring, just fine.
Yet there’s been no shortage of speculation over what Clinton should do with herself now that she won’t be occupying the Oval Office, or unsolicited advice from supporters and critics alike.
At age 69, one might have thought that whatever Clinton has done with her life — a great deal — has already unspooled. But 69, I suppose, is the new 49 and Clinton seems manifestly indisposed towards a life of

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11:41 Washington PostMuted reaction in Russia to Trump’s talk of nuclear arms cut

Suggestions by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump that sanctions against Russia could be lifted in exchange for a nuclear arms cut have attracted a frosty reception in Moscow.

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08:43 Euronews.NetDonald Trump sets out foreign policy goals

“Brexit is going to be a great thing”, Germany’s Angela Merkel is Europe’s most important leader and the lifting of sanctions against Russia could happen.

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08:03 Aljazeera.NetTrump: Cut sanctions on Russia for nuclear arms deal

Weapons of world's two biggest nuclear powers should be 'reduced very substantially', incoming US president says.

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07:46 International Herald TribuneTrump Criticizes NATO and Hopes for ‘Good Deals’ With Russia

The president-elect called NATO “obsolete,” praised Brexit and expressed hope for a nuclear deal with Russia in a wide-ranging interview with European newspapers.

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07:29 NewYork TimesTrump Criticizes NATO and Hopes for ‘Good Deals’ With Russia

The president-elect called NATO “obsolete,” praised Brexit and expressed hope for a nuclear deal with Russia in a wide-ranging interview with European newspapers.

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03:22 TheStar.comTrump team considers relocating White House media corps

WASHINGTON—Routine media access to the White House could be a thing of the past under Donald Trump’s presidency, with top officials of the incoming administration saying Sunday that they’re exploring more spacious options nearby.
Vice-President-elect Mike Pence cast the idea as a response to increased interest in the new administration, saying they’re “giving some consideration to finding a larger venue on the 18 acres in the White House complex to accommodate the extraordinary interest.”
Speaking on CBS’ Face the Nation, Pence said the move is intended to reflect the Trump administration’s “commitment to transparency, to free and independent press.”
The news, first reported Sunday by Esquire Magazine, raised alarms that it was just the opposite — an end to the long-standing tradition of daily press briefings in the White House, a reflection of Trump’s contentious

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02:54 ReutersTrump offers to end some Russian sanctions for nuclear arms cut

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said he will offer to end sanctions against Russia in return for a nuclear arms reduction deal with Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin, The Times newspaper reported.

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01:50 ReutersTrump says Brexit to be 'a great thing', wants very substantial cut in nuclear weapons

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said Brexit will turn out to be a "great thing" and that he wants a stocks of nuclear weapons should be reduced very substantially as part of any deal with Russia, The Times newspaper reported.

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01:29 ReutersTrump says wants nuclear arsenals cut 'very substantially'

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said he wants arsenals of nuclear weapons reduced very substantially as part of any nuclear deal with Russia, The Times newspaper reported.

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15.01.2017
22:14 TheStar.comOutgoing CIA chief rips Trump over tweets, Russia

WASHINGTON—Outgoing CIA Director John Brennan ripped into Donald Trump on Sunday for “talking and tweeting” about possibly easing sanctions against Russia, saying the president-elect lacks a full understanding of the threat Moscow poses to the United States.
“I think he has to be mindful that he does not have a full appreciation and understanding of what the implications are of going down that road,” Brennan said on “Fox News Sunday,” a show Trump routinely watches.
“Now that he’s going to have an opportunity to do something for our national security as opposed to talking and tweeting, he’s going to have tremendous responsibility to make sure that U.S. and national security interests are protected,” Brennan added.
Trump’s transition team did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The extraordinary televised lecture to the incoming president highlighted

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21:32 Washington PostKerry urges Trump administration to attend Syria peace talks

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday urged the incoming Trump administration to accept an invitation from Russia to attend Syria peace talks next week.

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20:36 BBCCIA head John Brennan warns Trump to watch his tongue

The outgoing chief of the CIA says the president-elect does not fully understand the Russian threat.

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18:49 ReutersCIA director warns Trump to watch what he says, be careful on Russia

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Outgoing CIA Director John Brennan on Sunday issued a stern parting rebuke to Republican Donald Trump days before he assumes the U.S. presidency, advising him not to absolve Russia for its recent actions and warning him to watch what he says.

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18:33 BBCThe snowboarders harnessing horsepower

How snowboarders are harnessing horsepower in Russia.

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18:29 Washington PostRussia-US ties hard to mend, interests differ sharply

The Kremlin hopes that Donald Trump will move to improve badly strained Russia-U.S. ties once he takes office. Relations between Moscow and Washington are at their lowest point since the Cold War amid the Ukrainian crisis, the war in Syria and other issues.

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18:12 Washington PostKremlin counts days to Trump’s inauguration, blasts Obama

Exulted by Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S., the Kremlin is counting the days to his inauguration and venting its anger at Barack Obama’s outgoing administration, no holds barred.

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17:15 ReutersKremlin says no talks about Putin-Trump meeting yet: RIA

MOSCOW (Reuters) - There have been no talks yet about a possible meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, Russia's RIA news agency quoted the Kremlin as saying on Sunday.

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16:53 Washington PostRussian security chief says country seeing more cyberattacks

The head of the Russian Security Council says the country recently has seen a marked increase in attempted cyberattacks from overseas.

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15:06 Financial TimesKremlin looks to Reykjavik for Putin-Trump summit

Moscow eager to seize opportunity to repair ties damaged by Ukraine and Syria crises

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14:43 Financial TimesFacebook to flag up fake news in Germany

Fact-checking tools come as Merkel warns about Russian hacking ahead of elections

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07:37 ReutersTrump aides deny summit with Putin planned

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two top aides to President-elect Donald Trump denied a published report on Saturday that he is planning to hold a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin weeks after taking office.

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06:06 Forbes2 Days From China To Europe By Rail? Russia Going For High-Speed Cargo Trains

Russia is not only talking about developing a sophisticated network of high-speed passenger trains but a trans-continental high-speed cargo rail line as well.

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02:01 Euronews.NetPoland welcomes 4,000 US troops as part of NATO deployment

It is seen as a show of force to Russia, which has slammed the move as a threat to its national security.

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14.01.2017
23:25 CNNRussia says US troop buildup is 'a threat'

Russia has criticized US troop deployments in Europe, saying that the deployment of thousands of US soldiers as part of continuous troop rotations to Eastern Europe is "a threat" to Russian security. CNN's Jonathan Mann has more.

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23:25 CNNU.S. sends 4,000 troops to Poland

Russia says the deployment of U.S. troops to Poland is a "threat" to its security. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.

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22:45 Washington PostThere’s no joy in Moscow after tough talk from Trump appointees

Russia is tempering expectations for better U.S. ties.

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19:27 TheStar.comTrump lashes out at congressman who described him as an illegitimate president

NEW YORK—Donald Trump is lashing out at a Georgia congressman who described the Republican as an illegitimate president.
Trump tweeted on Saturday that Democrat John Lewis “should spend more time on fixing and helping his district, which is in horrible shape and falling apart (not to mention crime infested) rather than falsely complaining about the election results.”
Trump — who’ll be sworn in this coming Friday — continues to use Twitter to attack his adversaries as he did throughout the campaign.
Lewis says he’ll skip Trump’s inauguration. The longtime civil rights leader says it’d be the first one he’ll miss since coming to Congress three decades ago.
Lewis told NBC’s Meet the Press that he doesn’t consider Trump a “legitimate president” and blames the Russians for helping him win.

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17:31 Washington Post‘We waited for decades’: Polish govt welcomes US troops

Polish leaders are holding a ceremony to welcome U.S. troops to their country, a deployment that Russia calls a threat to its own security.

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16:56 TheStar.comTwo presidents, two speeches, two Americas: Burman

As the Trump inauguration draws nearer, the changes that Americans are about to experience in their politics will be like night and day, literally. And that was evident with stunning clarity in the past week.
On Tuesday evening, from the fabled South Side of Chicago where Barack Obama once worked as a community activist, the outgoing U.S. president gave an emotional farewell address to the nation.
On Wednesday morning, from the opulent lobby of Donald Trump’s 58-storey New York skyscraper where Trump first launched his improbable candidacy, the incoming president held his first formal news conference since July.
Obama’s speech was a soaring and hopeful appeal to Americans to “guard against a weakening of the values that make us who we are.” Trump’s news conference, in contrast, was a chaotic and angry exchange, with the American intelligence community accused of acting in a way “that Nazi Germany would have

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15:43 Euronews.NetBritish government distances itself from ex-MI6 agent behind unverified Trump-Russia dossier

UK PM Theresa May told reporters 'the individual who produced this dossier has not worked for the UK government for years.'

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14:47 BBCWhat we know about the Trump dossier

A summary of what we know about claims that Russia has gathered compromising data about Donald Trump.

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12:38 Aljazeera.NetDear Donald Trump: A letter from Russia

'There's no difference between the average American and Russian; reasonable people are the same everywhere.'

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10:44 Euronews.NetTrump team confirms advisor's call with Russian envoy

Claims that Michael Flynn spoke several times to Russia's ambassador as the US imposed sanctions has fuelled queries on Trump's Kremlin links.

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06:54 ReutersTrump suggests he may do away with Russia sanctions if Moscow helpful: WSJ

(Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal he would keep intact sanctions against Russia "at least for a period of time," and also said he wouldn't commit to the "one China" policy until he sees progress from Beijing in its currency and trade practices.

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06:01 BBCUS Senate to probe Russian 'hacking'

The US Senate intelligence committee will investigate allegations that Russia meddled in elections.

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06:01 ReutersTrump suggests he may do away with Russia sanctions if Moscow helpful: WSJ

(Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal he would keep intact sanctions against Russia "at least for a period of time," and also said he wouldn't commit to the "one China" policy until he sees progress from Beijing in its currency and trade practices.

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03:23 BBCHoney traps

Russia denies collecting scandalous material on the US president-elect - but what is 'kompromat'?

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03:23 BBCGuccifer 2.0 & me

Who is behind the persona that US spy chiefs say is at the heart of the Russian hacking allegations?

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02:55 ReutersSenate intelligence panel to probe Russia hacking

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee said the panel will investigate allegations Russia used cyber attacks to influence the U.S. presidential election, including any links between Russia and the political campaigns.

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02:42 Financial TimesFailure to reform threatens Russia’s security, Putin adviser warns

Kudrin report calls for administrative, judicial and technological overhaul

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00:44 Washington PostFirst sign of enhanced U.S.-Russia relations under Trump: An invite to Syria talks

The Kremlin outreach is a marked shift after the Obama administration had been excluded from the process.

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13.01.2017
22:13 Washington PostHundreds protest transfer of Russian landmark to church

Several hundred people have rallied outside a St. Petersburg landmark cathedral to protest plans to give it to the Russian Orthodox Church.

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22:00 ReutersTrump adviser Flynn held multiple calls with Russian envoy: sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Michael Flynn, President-elect Donald Trump's choice for national security adviser, held multiple phone conversations with Russia's ambassador to Washington on the day the United States announced retaliation for Moscow's interference in the U.S. presidential election, two people familiar with the issue said.

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21:31 Washington PostUS envoy urges Trump not to cut UN funding and lose clout

U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power is urging the Trump administration not to cut funding to the United Nations, warning it would be “extremely detrimental” to U.S. interests and only benefit countries like China and Russia.

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20:57 CNNEx-spy who wrote intel memos is a pro

CNN has not until now named the former intelligence officer who compiled the memos about Russia, President-elect Donald Trump and the US election. But many news organizations in the United States and the UK have named him and provided considerable detail about him and his business. Other former intelligence officials are speaking up in his defense, as the following piece shows. For this reason, CNN is now publishing his name.

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20:57 CNNWhy Russia is happy to see the back of Obama

The Obama presidency is almost over -- and Russian officials can't wait. They're not mincing words.

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20:57 CNNRussia says US troop buildup is 'a threat'

Russia has criticized US troop deployments in Europe, saying that the deployment of thousands of US soldiers as part of continuous troop rotations to Eastern Europe is "a threat" to Russian security.

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20:57 CNNChina, Russia fear the US is boxing them in

With missiles at their borders and neighbors aligning with an adversary, China and Russia could feel boxed in.

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20:30 Washington PostPeskov: alleged author of Trump dossier unknown to Kremlin

A spokesman for President Vladimir Putin says the Kremlin is not familiar with the reported author of a dossier claiming that Russia has obtained compromising material on President-elect Donald Trump.

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19:34 TheStar.comTrump’s top national security aide in frequent contact with Russia envoy, says White House official

WASHINGTON—A senior U.S. official says the Obama administration is aware of frequent contacts between president-elect Donald Trump’s top national security adviser and Russia’s ambassador to the United States.
The official says the contacts happened on the day President Barack Obama expelled dozens of Russian officials from the U.S. and imposed sanctions as punishment for election-related hacking. The official says the administration is also aware of contacts between Trump adviser Michael Flynn and Ambassador Sergey Kislyak at other times as well.
The day after Obama announced sanctions, Russian President Vladimir Putin said he would not retaliate. Trump praised him for his restraint.
Flynn’s conversations were first reported by Washington Post columnist David Ignatius. He wrote:
“Retired Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn, Trump’s choice for national security adviser, cultivates close Russian contacts. He has

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18:56 ForbesInfluential Real Estate Heads Expect Unconventional President To Bring Conventional Growth

While many political observers around the country watch with fear and uncertainty over Donald Trump's ties to Russia, expansive business interests and erraticsocial media habits, the tone among top influentialreal estate figures is one of optimism,expecting the incoming presidenttobring a CEO's attitude to the Oval Office and spark economic growth. Bisnow: [...]

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18:23 ReutersUK PM May says Trump dossier author has not worked for Britain for years

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May said the person who wrote reports containing details of compromising material Russia allegedly collected on U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has not worked for the British government for years.

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17:35 ForbesSAPVoice: Machine Learning, the New High-Tech Focus for Cybersecurity

It’s already been a busy year for cybersecurity, as U.S. President Barack Obama warned NATO allies last weekend to closely monitor their impending elections for the kind of suspected Russian hacking that afflicted the latest U.S. presidential election. And last week top U.S. intelligence directors testified about those hacks at [...]

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15:05 ReutersTrump blames 'both Democrats and Republicans' for allegations

(Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Friday accused his political opponents, "both Democrats and Republicans," for putting together a dossier of unverified claims linking him to Russia and said the document was probably released by intelligence agencies.

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15:03 TheStar.comIn Trump era, Vladimir Putin still remains West’s favourite villain: Walkom

What would we do without Vladimir Putin? The Russian president has become the West’s favourite villain.
He is held responsible for most of the world’s ills — from the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president to the slaughter in Syria.
If his critics are correct, he is a very busy man.
In the United States he is viewed as a throwback to the old days of the Soviet Union. Much is made of the fact he used to work for the KGB, the former Soviet security service. Less is made of the fact that this is not unprecedented.
Former U.S. president George H.W. Bush also worked for his country’s security service. In fact, Bush was head of the Central Intelligence Agency.
These days, the Americans are consumed with Putin. Did his operatives hack the email accounts of the Democratic National Committee in order to leak material damaging to presidential contender Hillary Clinton? The consensus seems to be yes.
Did Russian

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14:45 BBCTrump promises report on hacking

Donald Trump promises report within 90 days on allegations of Russian hacking during US election campaign

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14:42 Washington PostTop NATO official: US troops in Poland is ‘proportionate’

A top NATO official says the deployment of US troops in Poland at Russia’s doorstep is a “proportionate and measured” move.

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12:22 Washington PostChina, Russia say united against S. Korea missile defense

Chinese state media say Beijing and Moscow have agreed to take “further countermeasures” in response to plans for an advanced U.S. missile defense system in South Korea.

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09:39 NewYork TimesRussian Proposal Would Phase In Cigarette Ban, but Current Smokers Get a Pass

The Health Ministry draft rules would ban the sale of cigarettes to people born in 2015 and after.

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09:39 NewYork TimesAs Trump Reaches Toward Putin, U.S. Troops Arrive in Poland

Eastern Europeans were ecstatic when NATO voted to base troops in the region. But now, as they arrive, Donald Trump makes their mission less clear.

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09:36 International Herald TribuneRussian Proposal Would Phase In Cigarette Ban, but Current Smokers Get a Pass

The Health Ministry draft rules would ban the sale of cigarettes to people born in 2015 and after.

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09:36 International Herald TribuneAs Trump Reaches Toward Putin, U.S. Troops Arrive in Poland

Eastern Europeans were ecstatic when NATO voted to base troops in the region. But now, as they arrive, Donald Trump makes their mission less clear.

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08:47 Financial TimesFrom Russia with bluff: Social media strategy sows confusion

Channels such as RT and In The Now titillate while spreading anti-establishment views

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06:23 BBCMattis, Pompeo and Tillerson: Trump v his nominees on Russia

When Donald Trump's cabinet nominees talk about Russia are they are the same page as their boss?

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06:07 ForbesMetal Price Collapse And China Exodus Push Mongolia To A Risky Economic Brink

Once upon a time Mongolia was happening. Mining firms from Australia, China, Russia and North America were digging up the vast country for the likes of gold andcopper. People had jobs and money to spend. Then in 2014 foreign investment began to fall along with a global decline in commodity [...]

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05:50 NewYork TimesC.I.A. Nominee Says He Won’t Balk at Seeking Russian Intelligence

Representative Mike Pompeo made clear he was ready to take on America’s old adversary, even as President-elect Donald J. Trump denigrates the nation’s spy agencies.

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05:50 NewYork TimesNow Disagreeing With Trump: His Nominees

In their first week of confirmation hearings, President-elect Donald J. Trump’s cabinet picks contradicted his positions on Muslim bans, Russia, climate change, border walls and torture.

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05:49 International Herald TribuneC.I.A. Nominee Says He Won’t Balk at Seeking Russian Intelligence

Representative Mike Pompeo made clear he was ready to take on America’s old adversary, even as President-elect Donald J. Trump denigrates the nation’s spy agencies.

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05:49 International Herald TribuneNow Disagreeing With Trump: His Nominees

In their first week of confirmation hearings, President-elect Donald J. Trump’s cabinet picks contradicted his positions on Muslim bans, Russia, climate change, border walls and torture.

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03:32 ReutersChina, Russia agree on more 'countermeasures' against U.S. anti-missile system: Xinhua

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China and Russia have agreed to take further unspecified "countermeasures" in response to a U.S. plan to deploy an anti-missile system in South Korea, state news agency Xinhua reported on Friday.

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01:51 Euronews.NetRussian figures claim Trump scandal an Obama ruse to scupper better relations

Russian politicians are bemused by the chaotic transition in US politics, and most are convinced it is a Democrat ploy to sabotage any Trump rapprochement with Moscow.

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01:12 International Herald TribuneC-Span Broadcast Interrupted by Russia Today

C-Span said in a statement that the interruption during an online broadcast from the House floor may have been because of a technical error.

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00:58 NewYork TimesC-Span Broadcast Interrupted by Russia Today

C-Span said in a statement that the interruption during an online broadcast from the House floor may have been because of a technical error.

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00:44 Euronews.NetRussia on the agenda at US Senate hearings for Defense Secretary and CIA Chief

Russia is a hot topic as the US Senate holds hearings with the nominees for Secretary of Defense and Director of the CIA.

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00:41 Aljazeera.NetWill conflicts of interest drag down Donald Trump?

In first-ever press conference as president-elect, Donald Trump says he rejects claims of Russian campaign against him.

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