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US fears over Donald Trump's connections with Vladimir Putin's Russia

The Sydney Morning Herald - ‎4 hours ago‎
Fears Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump may be pursuing a Russian agenda with his candidacy have triggered a wave of alarm in the US.

ENTIRE Russian team of 387 athletes banned from Rio Olympics 2016

Daily Mail - ‎6 hours ago‎
As well as excluding Russian athletes from the forthcoming Games, senior IOC figures are also advocating a ban for the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
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Russia's aggression could burn itself out — if NATO stands strong

Toledo Blade - ‎1 hour ago‎
Russians have been asking their expatriates living in America and Europe why NATO and the United States plan to invade Russia. Russian social networks were busier than usual earlier this month, and it was sometimes difficult to get past an “all ...

World War III in The Pipeline? US and European Allies Threaten Russia, Americans Need to Wake Up

Center for Research on Globalization - ‎17 hours ago‎
The Western pubic doesn't know it, but Washington and its European vassals are convincing Russia that they are preparing to attack.
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U.S. believes Russia purposefully bombed secret U.S. base in Syria to force Washington's hand

Washington Times - ‎14 hours ago‎
U.S. military officials believe Russia aircraft, operating out of Syria in June, purposefully bombed a secret U.S. facility in Syrian territory near the Jordanian border.
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Russia renews security pledge to Kabul following attack

The BRICS Post - ‎1 hour ago‎
Russia condemned the attack and renewed pledges of security assistance to Kabul. Russian President Vladimir Putin reiterated his “readiness for a most active cooperation with Afghanistan's authorities and people in the fight against all forms of ...

Putin Goes to War With Russia's Free Churches

Newsweek - ‎21 hours ago‎
In signing a new anti-terrorism law, Russian President Vladimir Putin could have authority to crack down on non-government-aligned churches, said Archbishop Andrew Maklakov, administrator of the Russian Orthodox Autonomous Church of America.

No winners in sanctions cold war with resilient Russia

Independent Online - ‎1 hour ago‎
People in the Crimea, which for many decades had been part of the former Soviet Union and before that of the Russian Empire, feel they are Russian, as many foreign guests, including MPs from France, Italy and a number of other EU countries, found in ...
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Poland Unleashes MIG-29M Simulator as Tensions Between NATO-Russia Mount

Sputnik International - ‎5 hours ago‎
NATO has ramped up its provocations on Russia's border in recent months culminating in the massive Anaconda War Games featuring over 30,000 forces and heavy equipment in an effort led by the German Army on the 75th anniversary of the Nazi invasion ...

Russia, China and South Korea 'should be invited to build UK nuclear plants' - ‎12 hours ago‎
Russian, Chinese and South Korean nuclear companies should be offered subsidy contracts to build reactors in the UK if they are cheaper than other projects already under development, a prominent nuclear lobbyist has said.
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Why Russia Revealed Coup Plans to Erdogan

Center for Research on Globalization - ‎16 hours ago‎
Is Erdogan Russia's friend? Of course not. He is our enemy. But today he is mad at the US. And “the enemy of my enemy is my friend”.
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IOC to rule Sunday on Russia's status for Rio

OlympicTalk (blog) - ‎17 hours ago‎
With the credibility of the fight against doping on the line and the image of the Olympic movement at stake, the IOC will hold a crucial meeting Sunday to consider whether to ban Russia entirely from the Rio Games because of systematic, state-sponsored ...
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David weir welcomes ipc's decision to open suspension proceedings against russia

Daily Mail - ‎16 hours ago‎
Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir welcomed the International Paralympic Committee's decision to open suspension proceedings against Russia, saying: "It's about time." Russia may discover its Olympic fate on Sunday - its track and field athletes ...
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Poland must target Kaliningrad, Moscow Metro & RT to deter Russian invasion – think tank

RT - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
Russia is unpredictable and may attack the Baltic states and Poland at any moment, so Warsaw should strengthen its military and be prepared to hit the city of Kaliningrad with missiles and shut down RT, a think tank with close ties to NATO has said.
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Want to buy the Turkey dip? Maybe you should look at Russia instead

CNBC - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
Instead, the emerging market-focused investment bank advocated investors look at Russia. "In an environment (in Turkey) where it is tough to argue the worst is over, valuations alone need to justify any case to bottom fish.

Don't let the West's rivalry with Russia spill over into the Olympics

Los Angeles Times - ‎18 hours ago‎
To the editor: In ancient Greece the warring city-states would lay down their arms for the duration of the Olympic Games, replacing the bloodshed of the battlefields with athletic competition.

Russia Awaits Potential Rio Olympics Ban Decision, After Widespread Doping Practices

NPR - ‎17 hours ago‎
On Sunday, the International Olympic Committee will decide whether or not to ban Russia from competing due to state-sponsored doping.
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Kerry's Syria plan with Russia faces deep skepticism in US, abroad

Reuters - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
Some European members of the coalition against Islamic State forces have expressed concern about sharing intelligence with Russia, which they say has been an untrustworthy partner in Syria. The current proposal, which Kerry hopes to conclude within ...

Is Russia's Surveillance State Being Modelled on the West?

Reason - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
PutinIgorDolgovDreamstime Igor Dolgov/DreamstimeSt. Petersburg, Russia—Did legislation in the United Kingdom and the United States inspire Russian authorities to adopt their country's new domestic spying laws? Maybe.