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Russians in Western Hemisphere this is a Cuban Missile Crisis: Rep. McCaul

The spiraling political crisis in Venezuela has drawn Russia into the Western Hemisphere on a scale since the Cuban Missile Crisis, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, said Wednesday on "America's Newsroom." McCaul, the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is on the verge of leaving the country because of reports that the Russian government exhorted him to stay. "The Russians persuaded him to …

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In the Mueller report, this man found a photo of his father used by Russians: NPR

When the Mueller report was published, Ronnie Hipshire was surprised to find a photo of his father Lee on a poster supporting President Trump, created by Russians. Screenshot of NPR Hide Caption Switch caption Screenshot of NPR This week, when a revised version of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller's report on Russia's involvement in the 2016 public and congressional elections was …

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Pushed by Putin, the Russians have sought channels to trump through the business world

Trump White House is familiar with "all these informal business practices," including strengthening the role of family members and friends who are not required to disclose potential conflicts of interest or comply with government ethics. "That's the way the Russians like to operate," she said. According to Müller's report, Putin wasted no time in inviting Russian oligarchs to carry the …

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Thousands of Russians protest against Internet restrictions

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Thousands of people walked the streets of Moscow and two other cities on Sunday to oppose stricter Internet restrictions on some of the biggest protests in the Russian capital in years. People call slogans during a rally protesting against the tightening of state control over the Internet in Moscow (Russia, March 10, 2019). REUTERS / Shamil Zhumatov …

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Some Russians fight back while Putin undermines freedoms

But with domestic affairs setting the agenda for the Kremlin, Putin's Russia also seems to take a more authoritarian turn. This week Russian lawmakers passed a new law aimed at restricting the freedom of the Internet. Under the laws that await the final signing of the President is a measure that allows the authorities to jail individuals for insulting government …

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Russians detained on Baby Swing Street Act in Malaysia

Copyright Facebook / zac.abdulcheah Caption Police question the couple about alleged abuse In Malaysia, two Russians were jailed for a road bill in which the child was swung up and thrown in the air. The couple is questioned about alleged abuse of the four-month-old girl. Police said AFP news agency. A video of one of her performances has become viral …

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Manafort is accused of exchanging survey data with the Russians allegedly affiliated with the Kremlin

Trump's former leader, Paul Manafort, was accused of exchanging survey data with a business associate allegedly associated with Russian intelligence services during the 2016 presidential election, and then lying to prosecutors "Libel the Exchange of Survey data with Mr Kilimnik in connection with the presidential campaign 2016. " The indictment was unintentionally revealed in a defense filing day after the …

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Paul Manafort pressured by Russians to pay back debt while Trump's campaign chair, Time magazine says

Former Russian Intelligence Officer Victor Boyarkin in touch with Manafort during the 2016 US President Oleg Deripaska, who has close ties to the Kremlin, the magazine reported Saturday. Boyarkin told Time magazine that he [Managed to collect money from Deripaska.] "Boy owed us a lot of money," Boyarkin told Time this past fall. "I came down on him hard," Boyarkin …

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Russians pay the last respect to human rights defender Lyudmila Alexeyeva: NPR

Russian human rights activist Lyudmila Alexeyeva speaks at a 2012 press conference in Moscow. Ivan Secretarev / AP hide caption switch caption Ivan Sekretarev / AP Russian human rights activist Lyudmila Alexeyeva speaks at a 2012 press conference in Moscow. Ivan Sekretarev / AP Russians from all walks of life have turned up on a damp and slushy Tuesday morning …

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