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Russia dismisses 23 British diplomats arguing over Ex-Spy's poisoning

She added, "The British side is warned that the Russian side reserves the right to take other responsive measures in case of further acts of unfriendly character towards Russia." The Kremlin delayed its response by three days to a day before Sunday's national elections, for which Putin championed Russia's defense against Western aggression. The spy Sergei V. Skripal and his …

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Trump and Putin: What really happens?

"I like chaos." – US President Donald Trump, March 4, 2018 Credo quia absurdum . "I think because it is absurd." At best, President Donald Trump is "only" incompetent and fundamentally unable to meet the minimal intellectual and emotional expectations of the US Presidency. At worst, he deliberately acts on behalf of his Russian colleague, who was expressly driven by …

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India: Shots Through Pakistan Kill 5 Family Members in Kashmir

According to Associated Press According to Associated Press 18. March at 1:31 am JAMMU, India – Officials say five family members have been killed and two others injured Border shots between Indian and Pakistani soldiers in disputed Kashmir Indian police say the five were killed Sunday after a grenade of Pakistani soldiers hit their home in the Poonch region along …

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Brazil ex-football star Romario is looking for Rio State governorship

image copyright AFP / Getty Caption The former football player won the World Cup in 1994 with his national team The Brazilian senator and former football star Romario de Souza is to run for election in October as governor of Rio de Janeiro. The state has been attacked by violence and is about to go bankrupt. 1994 The World Cup …

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Russia elects Vladimir Putin for the 4th presidential term

By Nataliya Vasilyeva and Angela Charlton | AP To Nataliya Vasilyeva and Angela Charlton | AP 18. March at 1:20 am JEKATERINBURG, Russia – The victory of Vladimir Putin in the presidential elections in Russia is not doubtful. The only real question is whether voters will appear in large enough numbers to give him a convincing mandate for his fourth …

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China resolutely rejects the new US law on relations with Taiwan

PEKING (Reuters) – The Chinese Foreign Ministry announced its "strong opposition" on Saturday after US President Donald Trump signed legislation urging the US to send high-ranking officials to Taiwan for Taiwanese counterparts hold true. At the National Day celebrations in Taipei, Taiwan, October 10, 2017, behind the Taiwanese flag, a double rainbow is seen. REUTERS / Tyrone Siu The bill, …

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Retired four-star general of the army: Trump, "under the influence of Putin", threatens national security

President Trump climbs Air Force One before departing from Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on March 13, 2018. Almond Ngan, AFP / Getty Images A retired four-star general said he believes President Trump is a "serious threat to US national security" because the president "refuses to provide vital US Protecting interests from active Russian attacks ". General Barry McCaffrey …

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The Rise and Rise of Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin. PHOTO: Reuters Russia today (March 18 ten ) to the polls and to the person who has Happiness of his country overturned is likely to be re-elected as president. According to the Russian Constitution, the President of Russia, who has been elected directly for four years, may be elected for a six-year term (according to an …

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"Dead man" asks the court to declare that he is alive; They will not

BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) – Constantin Reliu learned in January that he was dead. After more than 20 years as a cook in Turkey, the 63-year-old returned to Romania to discover that his wife had officially registered him as a dead man. Since then he has experienced a legalistic nightmare, trying to prove to the authorities that he is actually alive. …

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Lord; #. 39 Fix-It & # 39 ;: China's new VP has handled the toughest crises

After Christopher Bodeen | AP According to Christopher Bodeen | AP 18. March at 12:23 BEIJING – Wang Qishan is known as China's "Mr. Fix-It," a trusted official who was deployed to tackle the thorniest crises – from decaying banks, to deadly diseases, to corruption highest level. Those who have met him describe him as brave and probing, a problem …

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