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Sen. Mark Warner has a simple message to critics who say his Russia probe is in shambles: It just isnt so. The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee said in an interview Tuesday that he always wants to move faster in investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. But real progress is taking place, he said, including on scrutiny of ties between Moscow and President Donald Trump’s aides. “People who think we're not looking at that now have not received an update,” Warner told POLITICO. The Virginia Democrat rejected criticism over the fact that the panel has yet to issue subpoenas or interview high-profile witnesses like former Trump advisers Roger Stone, Carter Page and Michael Flynn. It would be “very irresponsible,” he said, to bring in those witnesses “before you have all your information.” Warner added that the panel has conducted 27 interviews with intelligence analysts involved in the U.
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So did this get back to Moscow? I don't know, I dont have the evidence. Do I suspect it did? Yes. Its sort of like if an American went to Syria, spent a month with the Islamic State, and came back and assassinates the President. Would anyone call him a lone wolf? That's what happened with Kennedy.
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On May 9th, 2017 there would be an annual "Victory Day" parade in Moscow and the air show is big part of it. Here Russian blogger Marina went to see how they rehearse for the event. A chance to see ... Read more...
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Press TV- Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan has warned of the potentialuncontrollableconsequences of the measures taken around the world by the new administration in the United States. “The decisions made after the inauguration of [US President] Donald Trump and repetition of those approaches, which have already been tested, can lead to uncontrollable consequences,” Dehqan, who is in Moscow to attend a Conference on International Security, told reporters on Tuesday. He said the new developments in the Middle East and other parts of the world as well as issues related to cyberspace would be on the agenda of the two-day security meeting, scheduled to open on Wednesday. The Iranian defense minister said ways to counter Takfirism and terrorism in Syria, Yemen and across the Middle East would also be discussed at the meeting.
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Mexico showed consternation and agitation over the president's planned border wall, but gave no sign it would pay for the structure as Trump had repeatedly promised voters. Trump's travel ban rocked refugees and asylum-seekers in several Muslim-majority nations, though it was blocked by federal courts at home. There were echoes of darker U.S.-Iran days, but nothing yet that would derail the landmark nuclear deal, as the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict continued to simmer. Associated Press journalists in North Korea, Syria, Iran, Somalia, Israel, the West Bank, Russia, Germany and Mexico have gauged the global temperature by asking people five questions: Do you feel more secure under a Trump presidency, or in danger? Yuliya Konyakhina, Moscow: “I have a feeling that the world became more dangerous in general, not because Trump got elected, but in general it (the world) became more dangerous.
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In a move that further cements Russia's control over parts of eastern Ukraine, Russian officials announced Tuesday they will begin supplying electricity to separatist-controlled areas in eastern Ukraine after the Ukrainian government cut off the power because of millions in unpaid bills. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov described the decision as a humanitarian mission - helping to keep an estimated 3 million people out of darkness - but would not say exactly when or how the power supply will be flowing into the rebel-controlled part of Luhansk region that borders Russia. The rebels are backed by Russia. Ukraine on Monday announced it will stop supplying power to rebel-held areas in Luhansk because of mounting debts, and local media reported the supply was cut off around midnight. “Cutting the power supply to the Luhansk region is yet another step by Ukraine to push those territories away,” Peskov told reporters in Moscow, saying the movecontradicts the spirit” of the peace accords that Kyiv and the rebels signed in Minsk, Belarus, under Russia and European mediation in 2015.
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xarmt. They created e-mail addresses around the world from Islamabad, Nigeria and Moscow to London and New York and elsewhere. Many of the locations were highly reputable and others were places where you should hang onto your wallet if you got an e-mail from them they have £10 million to invest with you
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Nikita Golubev, a talented self-taught artist from Moscow creates original paintings, but instead of canvases he uses… dirty cars! The more dirt, the better the "canvases" are. Looks like the owners whose cars havent been washed for ages have just received an excuse.