Politico
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Sputnik International
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ABC News - Politics
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ABC News' Amna Nawaz breaks down what you need to know today about the Russia investigation.
PressTV News
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Washingtons Blog
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S. presidential election. U.S. corporate media reports often claim that Russia did decide the election or tried to do that or wanted to try to do that. But they also often admit to not knowing whether any such thing is the case. There is no established account, with or without evidence to support it, of exactly what Russia supposedly did. And yet there are countless articles casually referring, as if to established fact to the . . . “Russian influence in the 2016 presidential election” ( Yahoo ). “Russian attempts to disrupt the election” ( New York Times ). “Russianinterference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election” ( ABC ). “Russian influence over the 2016 presidential election” ( The Intercept ). “a multi-pronged investigation to uncover the full extent of Russia’s election-meddling” ( Time ). “Russian interference in the US election” ( CNN ).
The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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Channel4 News
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A short few weeks since he tried to dig himself out of calling NATO obsolete by saying he didn't really know much about it, President Trump tried to redefine its role. He said it should focus on counter-terrorism and stopping world migration surges. Many leaders will be baffled how a military alliance goes about that beyond member nations' current activity in Isis strongholds. Some NATO members, especially those on or near Russia's border, will worry what message President Putin takes from this summit. They believe article 5 must be a sacred text, an absolute, not a bargaining chip in a budgetary battle. Theresa May spoke to President Trump about the leaked Manchester police investigation material. It must've been brief as it was just because they went on stage for a group photo. We don't know what he said but in a separate statement he said he would punish those responsible. Well we'll have to see how that goes. His track record on hunting down leakers isn't awesome.
Sky News
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the FBI investigation into whether his team had colluded with Russia. With the demonstration really tried to do, as well as relatives, it say that there is truth to any of this information, this intelligence has been leaked. The focus, the problem, is the leaks themselves. So this is entirely consistent with that message that Donald Trump has been pushing for some.
TIME - Top Stories
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Daily Mail - USA
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KyivPost
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KyivPost
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Financial Times - World News
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Futurism
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In recent years, high-ranking officials in the U.S. military have argued that more preparation for space defense is essential, especially in light of the development of anti-satellite weapons in China and Russia . If taking out satellites effectively renders our troops helpless, it is a smart strategy for enemies to adopt. Click to View Full Infographic Furthermore, the threat would stretch far beyond the battlefield, as Ed Morris, the executive director of the Office of Space Commerce, wrote in the report, A Day Without Space: Economic and National Security Ramifications : “If you think it is hard to get work done when your Internet connection goes out at the office, imagine losing that plus your cell phone, TV, radio, ATM access, credit cards, and possibly even your electricity. The threat of warfare and aggression in space — and the need to prepare for it — has been broadly recognized all over the world.
BBC News 24
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against the fight against so-called Islamic State and terrorism. And make a difference of Nato becomes more involved in the US led coalition? He used the word "Obsolete" in his campaign and there was a point to that because Nato was conceived to face a cold war situation, to keep Russia out. Mr Trump is right.
BBC Parliament
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was hidden. It is very undermining, this, of the whole intelligence sharing relationship. Ultimately, the US intelligence is many times bigger and better funded than any other country's in the world, even Russia and China
Times of Israel
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Former senator says he wants to avoid appearance of conflict of interest, as Trump's hires Lieberman's law partner to represent him in Russia probe
KyivPost
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BRUSSELS U.S. President Donald J. Trump sharply criticized 23 of 28 nations that form NATO for not meeting their financial commitments to the alliance as the leaders of those countries stood by, looking uncomfortable, during a dedication of a memorial to the nearly 3,000 people killed by terrorists on Sept. 11, 2001 in America. The NATO of the future must include a great focus on terrorism and immigration as well as threats from Russia and our eastern and southern borders. These grave security concerns ar the same reason I have been very direct with Secretary (General Jens) Stoltenberg and members of the alliance in saying that NATO members must finally contribute their fair share and meet their financial obligations. However, 23 of the 28 member nations are still not paying what they should be paying and what they are supposed to be paying for their defense.
KyivPost
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Times of Israel
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Former senator says he wants to avoid appearance of conflict of interest, as Trump's hires Lieberman's law partner to represent him in Russia probe
Sputnik International
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Sputnik International
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Sputnik International
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