Jan 24 2017
Russian President Vladimir Putin took a parting shot at the Obama administration Tuesday, accusing it of trying to undermine Donald Trump's legitimacy with fake allegations and "binding the president-elect hand and foot to prevent him from fulfilling his election promises".
Putin's broadside at the White House reveals a culmination of tensions between Moscow and Washington, which have built up over the Ukrainian crisis, the Syrian war and the allegations of Russian meddling in the US election.
Just as protests against the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States were not limited to the USA soil, so were the celebrations.
There is a broad feeling in Russia's political and business elites that relations with Washington can't get any worse.
At a newly opened nightclub in the heart of Moscow, revelers celebrated on the eve of Donald Trump's inauguration.
Peskov's remarks reportedly came in response to the chief executive of Russia's hi-tech corporation Rusnano, Anatoly Chubais' statement that participants at the Davos conference were experiencing a feeling of horror over Trump's election as the U.S. president.
The Russian leader ridiculed the authors of the Trump dossier for alleging that Russian spy agencies were collecting compromising material on Trump when he visited Moscow in 2013 for the Miss Universe pageant.
Konstantin Rykov, a former pro-Putin lawmaker and one of the event's promoters, said on social media it was right to celebrate the first phase of the "New World Order". "You can not imagine how much people love Trump, both in the States and here", Tokarev said.
United States invited to Astana talks, Russian FM Lavrov says
Ahmad al-Othman from the Sultan Murad faction also told AFP that "the rebel groups have chose to go to the talks". The ceasefire excludes areas where the Islamic State operates.
Egyptian football star Mohamed Aboutrika placed on 'terror' list
In a statement, it accused the group of planning to fabricate crises, in particular among "the masses and workers". Osman confirmed that " we will appeal this decision ", adding that Aboutrika strenuously denies the allegations.
A Pendant Just Like Anne Frank's Found At Nazi Holocaust Camp
Experts at Yad Vashem , the Holocaust study center in Jerusalem, say the pendant belonged to a girl called Karoline Cohn. A decades-old pendant with potential ties to Anne Frank has been found on the grounds of a former Nazi death camp.
"I don't know Mr. Trump", Putin said.
Depending on where you sit on the political spectrum, the U.S.is about to inaugurate a Russian secret agent.
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll, shows that Trump will take office as the least popular president in at least four decades.
"People who are doing that are inflicting colossal damage to the interests of the United States", Putin said.
During his election campaign, Trump said he would work with Moscow and join forces to deal with global issues like the terrorist group Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).
Mr. Lavrov also took aim at USA intelligence agencies, saying that they have tried to prove Mr. Trump had compromising links to Russian Federation but "have drawn a blank and should be fired, because they've done worthless work".
Russian officials openly cheered Trump's win in the November election, and many ordinary Russians see Trump as someone who can mend ties between the two countries following their steady deterioration during Barack Obama's second term.
Mr. Lavrov said one of the main aims of the talks is to "consolidate" a Syrian ceasefire mandated by a deal backed by Russian Federation and Turkey and announced on December 29, 2016.
Jan 23 2017
76ers fans celebrate each win with #RaiseTheCat movement on social media
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Jan 22 2017
Trump blames intel community feud on 'dishonest media'
President Trump disputed a TV network's report Saturday that he said underestimated the size of the crowd at his inauguration. Trump also asserted his oft-stated belief that the United States bungled its exit from the country by not taking Iraq's oil.
Jan 20 2017
Vegemite returns to Australia!
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Dakota Access protest arrests surpass 600
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Jan 19 2017
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Jan 19 2017
Deutsche Bank finalizes $7.2 billion settlement
Separately, Deutsche Bank will slash bonuses for senior employees by about 90 percent, a move that will be announced on Wednesday, Spiegel reported.
Jan 18 2017
15 states involved in milk lawsuit refund
Individuals may be entitled to $10 to $20, while entities (such as schools and organizations) may receive between $280 to $560. To be part of the settlement, you will need to have bought a milk product at a grocery store or other retailer.
Jan 18 2017
North country residents gear up for Washington Women's March
Fillion said she met numerous 50 women she will be traveling with last weekend when they had a logistical meeting. I'm planning to go the Women's March in Montreal, held at the same time as the larger demonstration in D.C.
Jan 17 2017
Eight billionaires 'own same as half the world'
A new wage-gap analysis by worldwide aid group Oxfam underscores the stark gap between the super-rich and everyone else. For example, to spend just one billion dollars, you'd need to shell out nearly $55,000 every single day for 50 years.
Jan 17 2017
Sikh Soldier's Punjabi song full of grievances, goes viral
It adds that food which is made for Indian palate will "tremendously enhance the motivation levels" of soldiers. Secondly, he said that such acts in the future is punishable, as they affect the overall morale of the forces.
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