Russian destroyer fires cautioning shoots at Turkish vessel in Aegean Sea

A Russian destroyer fired shots to ward off a Turkish fishing ship and prevent a collision in the Aegean Sea, Russias Defense Ministry said Sunday. Smetilvy, a guided missile destroyer, was unable to establish radio contact with the approaching ship, according to a ministry statement. The fishing vessel failed to respond to visual signals as […]

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The Sex Worker and Putins Shady Billionaire Buddy Who Could Hold Keys to the Russia Investigation

MOSCOW–In Russia, 50 -year-old Oleg Deripaska is known as the win of some brutal crime wars that left him a billionaire aluminum tycoon and President Vladimir Putin’s favorite industrialist. When it comes to the Trump-Russia collusion investigation, Deripaska, whose luck is estimated at $5.1 billion, has attracted a lot of attention because of his links […]

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Landmark Caspian Sea deal signed by five coastal nations

Convention seen as vital to break Irans sense of economic isolation after US sanctions Vladimir Putin gratified the Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, on Sunday at the close of a dramatic week in which each had been threatened with punishing economic sanctions by the US. But they were not meeting to publicly concur a united response […]

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Q& A: what is Donald Trump accused of and what happens now?

The president now faces potential legal jeopardy following his former campaign chairmans conviction and ex-lawyers plea Tuesday was a bad day for Donald Trump. His former lawyer Michael Cohen accused the president of joining in what prosecutors might see as a conspiracy to infringe elections laws, and his former campaign chairwoman Paul Manafort was convicted […]

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Michael Flynn’s Guilty Plea Shows That Robert Mueller Is Closing In

Just 17 months after leading chants of “lock her up” at the Republican National Convention, protesting FBI director James Comey’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn himself faced the inside of a Washington courtroom Friday morning. Flynn pleaded guilty to a single charge of making false statements, stemming from […]

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‘Hungry bear’ crisis leaves two people dead in Russia’s far east

Overfishing and fewer food sources constructing bears more aggressive, say officials, who have killed 83 on Sakhalin Island this year Two people have been killed by bears in Russia’s far east as increasingly large numbers of the animals are approaching humans because of the lack of food sources. Authorities on Sakhalin Island last week told […]

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Russia, the Internet and a new style to wage war?

( CNN) According to a report in The New York Times this week, the presence of Russian spy ships near important trans-Atlantic data cables is causing consternation among American military and intelligence officials. What, if anything , are the Russians planning to do? Are they trying to see how easily they could cut the cables […]

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Arctic petroleum rushing: Nenets’ livelihood and habitat at risk from oil spills

An oil terminal to be built in northern Russia where the river Yenisei satisfies the Arctic Ocean lacks the technology to deal with petroleum spills, tell environmentalists The livelihood of the Nenets people who live along the northern stretchings of the Yenisei, Russias longest river, depends on two quests: fishing and reindeer herding. But locals […]

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Leaked: Secret Documents From Russias Election Trolls

The Kremlin-backed troll farm at the center of Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. election has softly suffered a catastrophic security violate, The Daily Beast has confirmed, in a leak that spilled new details of its operations onto obscure corners of the internet. The Russian ” information exchange ” Joker.Buzz, which auctions off often stolen […]

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Argentine submarine hopes dashed after blurry image confirmed as sunken trawler

An underwater camera captured a 60 -metre long image, briefly raising opportunity of recovering missing San Juan vessel A blurry image taken by an unmanned Russian submersible raised hopes that it could be the Argentine submarine that went missing on 15 November with 44 crew members aboard. The image was given “priority” for review on […]

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