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Yahoo News
McCain presses U.S. Air Force, Pentagon over Russian engines U.S. Senator John McCain speaks to media during the inauguration ceremony of
McCain presses U.S. Air Force, Pentagon over Russian engines
Yahoo News / Posted an hour ago
U.S. Senator John McCain speaks to media during the inauguration ceremony of the NATO Strategic Communications … By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The head of the U.S. Senate Armed... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Air Commodore John MitchellMany VVIPs were carried including General Lion (George VI), who made a two-week
Air Commodore John Mitchell
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
Many VVIPs were carried including General Lion (George VI), who made a two-week visit to units in North Africa in June 1943. The King was so impressed with the service provided by the crew that he later appointed them members of the Royal Victorian... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russia Sends Medvedev to Munich Seeking Sanctions ReliefAt last year's Munich Security Conference, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov took
Russia Sends Medvedev to Munich Seeking Sanctions Relief
The Moscow Times / Posted 6 hours ago
At last year's Munich Security Conference, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov took to the stage to defend Russia's actions in Ukraine. Scheduled between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the U.S. vice president, Lavrov faced a tough sell. He did his... Read more
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Salon.com
Putin praises Russian military over Crimea maneuversMOSCOW (AP) — President Vladimir Putin says the Russian military in Crimea has
Putin praises Russian military over Crimea maneuvers
Salon.com / Posted 7 hours ago
MOSCOW (AP) — President Vladimir Putin says the Russian military in Crimea has proven its capability during war games this week. Putin spoke during Thursday’s conference call with his top military leaders, who were overseeing maneuvers on the Black... Read more
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Daily Star
Conflict fears as UK deploys warships to deal with growing threat from RussiaON THEIR WAY: Royal Navy's HMS Iron Duke is being sent to the Baltic sea amid P
Conflict fears as UK deploys warships to deal with growing threat from Russia
Daily Star / Posted 8 hours ago
ON THEIR WAY: Royal Navy's HMS Iron Duke is being sent to the Baltic sea amid Putin fears Five Royal Navy warships and 530 servicemen and women will be deployed to the Baltic States’ Russian border. It comes as Nato bosses are becoming increasingly... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Pentagon chief seeks more help in anti-IS fightBRUSSELS: US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter on Thursday (Feb 11) sought more h
Pentagon chief seeks more help in anti-IS fight
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 10 hours ago
BRUSSELS: US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter on Thursday (Feb 11) sought more help from dozens of defence ministers from the US-led coalition against Islamic State militants, as Russia mounts its own air campaign in Syria. More than 18 months after... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Russia plans a switch to Linux to rid the country of Western pigdogsRUSSIAN INTERNET tsar German Klimenko has announced in a televised rant that he
Russia plans a switch to Linux to rid the country of Western pigdogs
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 11 hours ago
RUSSIAN INTERNET tsar German Klimenko has announced in a televised rant that he plans to stop the unfair advantage Western companies have in the country, even if it means driving them out. And it could start with a state-sponsored switch to... Read more
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The New Statesman
The lost magic of EnglandWhen the Russian inquest finally comes, the answer will be clear. It was Presid
The lost magic of England
The New Statesman / Posted 11 hours ago
When the Russian inquest finally comes, the answer will be clear. It was President Vladimir Putin who lost Ukraine – after a millennium of shared east Slav identity. When the Ukrainian inquest into who lost the ­Euromaidan’s “Revolution of Dignity”... Read more
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The New Statesman
The lost magic of England: journalist Peregrine Worsthorne on his long life at the heart of the establishmentWhen the Russian inquest finally comes, the answer will be clear. It was Presid
The lost magic of England: journalist Peregrine Worsthorne on his long life at the heart of the establishment
The New Statesman / Posted 12 hours ago
When the Russian inquest finally comes, the answer will be clear. It was President Vladimir Putin who lost Ukraine – after a millennium of shared east Slav identity. When the Ukrainian inquest into who lost the ­Euromaidan’s “Revolution of Dignity”... Read more
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dna
Poland to join fight vs Islamic State in return for NATO help against RussiaPoland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister said on
Poland to join fight vs Islamic State in return for NATO help against Russia
dna / Posted 18 hours ago
Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister said on Wednesday, though he signalled that the scale of its involvement would depend on NATO's response to Russia's renewed assertiveness on the alliance's eastern flank. The... Read more
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International Business Times
War on Isis: Poland to join fight against Daesh in exchange for more Nato troops Poland will join the fight against Islamic State (Isis) in the Middle East in e
War on Isis: Poland to join fight against Daesh in exchange for more Nato troops
International Business Times / Posted 20 hours ago
Poland will join the fight against Islamic State (Isis) in the Middle East in exchange for Nato to increase their presence in Eastern Europe in the wake of Russia's renewed aggression on the alliance's eastern flank. Poland has become nervous of... Read more
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Mashable
Attn. Vladimir Putin: U.S. and NATO beef up defenses on Russian borderWhat's This?American soldiers stand during a visit of the NATO Secretary Genera
Attn. Vladimir Putin: U.S. and NATO beef up defenses on Russian border
Mashable / Posted 22 hours ago
What's This?American soldiers stand during a visit of the NATO Secretary General at the air-traffic control center in Karmelava, Lithuania, November 21, 2014. Image: PETRAS MALUKAS/AFP/Getty Images The new U.S. defense budget includes a request for... Read more
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The Economic Times
Pentagon chief Ashton Carter seeks more help in anti-IS fightMore than 18 months after the United States and the quickly assembled alliance
Pentagon chief Ashton Carter seeks more help in anti-IS fight
The Economic Times / Posted 23 hours ago
More than 18 months after the United States and the quickly assembled alliance began bombing IS targets, Carter hopes renewed alarm over IS attacks around the globe and the jihadists' growing footprint in Libya will result in greater military and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NATO agrees to Russian deterrent but avoids Cold War footingNATO approves bold steps against Russian attack with increased military presenc
NATO agrees to Russian deterrent but avoids Cold War footing
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
NATO approves bold steps against Russian attack with increased military presence in eastern states Photo: Initial discussions suggest NATO could have a brigade of up to 1,000 troops in each of the six former communist countries. (Reuters: Omar... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Poland to join fight v Islamic State in return for NATO help in eastPolish soldiers in Babylon, Iraq, in 2003. Polish troops are again on their way
Poland to join fight v Islamic State in return for NATO help in east
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Polish soldiers in Babylon, Iraq, in 2003. Polish troops are again on their way to the Middle East to join the fight against Islamic State. Photo: AP Warsaw: Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister said on Wednesday,... Read more
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WA Today
Poland to join fight v Islamic State in return for NATO help in eastWarsaw: Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister
Poland to join fight v Islamic State in return for NATO help in east
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Warsaw: Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister said on Wednesday, though he signalled that the scale of its involvement would depend on NATO's response to Russia's renewed assertiveness on the alliance's eastern... Read more
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The Age
Poland to join fight v Islamic State in return for NATO help in eastPolish soldiers in Babylon, Iraq, in 2003. Polish troops are again on their way
Poland to join fight v Islamic State in return for NATO help in east
The Age / Posted yesterday
Polish soldiers in Babylon, Iraq, in 2003. Polish troops are again on their way to the Middle East to join the fight against Islamic State. Photo: AP Warsaw: Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister said on Wednesday,... Read more
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The Star
Poland to join fight vs Islamic State in return for NATO help in eastWARSAW (Reuters) - Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defenc
Poland to join fight vs Islamic State in return for NATO help in east
The Star / Posted yesterday
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister said on Wednesday, though he signalled that the scale of its involvement would depend on NATO's response to Russia's renewed assertiveness on the alliance's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Poland to join fight v Islamic State in return for NATO help in eastPolish soldiers in Babylon, Iraq, in 2003. Polish troops are again on their way
Poland to join fight v Islamic State in return for NATO help in east
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Polish soldiers in Babylon, Iraq, in 2003. Polish troops are again on their way to the Middle East to join the fight against Islamic State. Photo: AP Warsaw: Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister said on Wednesday,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Poland to join fight v Islamic State in return for NATO help in eastPolish soldiers in Babylon, Iraq, in 2003. Polish troops are again on their way
Poland to join fight v Islamic State in return for NATO help in east
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Polish soldiers in Babylon, Iraq, in 2003. Polish troops are again on their way to the Middle East to join the fight against Islamic State. Photo: AP Warsaw: Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister said on Wednesday,... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Poland to join fight against ISDefence Minister Antoni Macierewicz. Photo: Reuters The announcement, made by
Poland to join fight against IS
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz. Photo: Reuters The announcement, made by Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz on Wednesday after a meeting with US Defence Secretary Ash Carter in Brussels, confirmed an earlier Reuters report that Poland would... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Poland to join fight vs Islamic State in return for NATO help in eastWARSAW: Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister
Poland to join fight vs Islamic State in return for NATO help in east
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
WARSAW: Poland will join the fight against Islamic State, its defence minister said on Wednesday, though he signalled that the scale of its involvement would depend on NATO's response to Russia's renewed assertiveness on the alliance's eastern... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Four dead after landmine blows up minibus in UkraineUkraine landmine blows up minibus killing four Four Ukrainian civilians were k
Four dead after landmine blows up minibus in Ukraine
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Ukraine landmine blows up minibus killing four Four Ukrainian civilians were killed when a minivan carrying them drove over a landmine as they waited to cross out of separatist-held territory in eastern Ukraine, authorities say. Two passengers died... Read more
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International Business Times
Vladimir Putin's Internet tsar: iOS and Android apps should be taxed, and Russia is moving to Linux Vladimir Putin's new internet advisor wants to take a harsh stance against tech
Vladimir Putin's Internet tsar: iOS and Android apps should be taxed, and Russia is moving to Linux
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Vladimir Putin's new internet advisor wants to take a harsh stance against technology giants and is keen to enforce high taxes on the sales of mobile apps, as well as moving away from Microsoft products in Russia. German Klimenko, 49, who was... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
NATO agrees Russian deterrent but avoids Cold War footingBRUSSELS: NATO agreed on Wednesday its boldest steps yet to deter Russia from a
NATO agrees Russian deterrent but avoids Cold War footing
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
BRUSSELS: NATO agreed on Wednesday its boldest steps yet to deter Russia from any attack in the Baltics or eastern Europe, setting out ways to rapidly deploy air, naval and ground forces without resorting to Cold War-era military bases. In an effort... Read more
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The Star
NATO to agree new Russian deterrent but avoid Cold War footingBRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO agreed on Wednesday its boldest steps yet to deter Ru
NATO to agree new Russian deterrent but avoid Cold War footing
The Star / Posted yesterday
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO agreed on Wednesday its boldest steps yet to deter Russia from any attack in the Baltics or eastern Europe, setting out ways to rapidly deploy air, naval and ground forces without resorting to Cold War-era military... Read more
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Swissinfo
NATO agrees Russian deterrent but avoids Cold War footingBy Robin Emmott and Phil Stewart BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO agreed on Wednesday
NATO agrees Russian deterrent but avoids Cold War footing
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
By Robin Emmott and Phil Stewart BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO agreed on Wednesday its boldest steps yet to deter Russia from any attack in the Baltics or eastern Europe, setting out ways to rapidly deploy air, naval and ground forces without resorting... Read more
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The Washington Times
Military-industrial-terrorism complex turning failure into triumphsThe modus operandi of the multi-trillion dollar military-industrial-terrorism c
Military-industrial-terrorism complex turning failure into triumphs
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
The modus operandi of the multi-trillion dollar military-industrial-terrorism complex (MITC) is as transparent as is Donald Trump’s narcissism. The MITC manufactures conflicts by gratuitous interventions abroad. Then it demands trillions of dollars... Read more
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PhysOrg
NATO, EU sign agreement on cyberdefense cooperationGerman Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, right, speaks with from left, Bri
NATO, EU sign agreement on cyberdefense cooperation
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, right, speaks with from left, British Secretary of State for Defense Michael Fallon, U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg during a meeting of the North Atlantic... Read more
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DW
NATO agrees on stronger eastern flank against Russia |Defense ministers from NATO countries agreed on Wednesday to a plan that would
NATO agrees on stronger eastern flank against Russia |
DW / Posted yesterday
Defense ministers from NATO countries agreed on Wednesday to a plan that would see the military alliance strengthened in Eastern European countries feeling at risk of aggression from Russia. The "enhanced forward presence in the eastern part of our... Read more
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International Business Times
Ukraine: Four civilians dead after minibus runs over anti-tank mine Four Ukrainian civilians were killed when a minivan carrying them drove over a
Ukraine: Four civilians dead after minibus runs over anti-tank mine
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Four Ukrainian civilians were killed when a minivan carrying them drove over a land mine as they waited to cross out of separatist-held territory in eastern Ukraine on 10 February, authorities said. Three passengers died instantly and another later... Read more
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express
Now Poland joins fight against ISIS with promise to boost military action in Middle East POLAND has become the latest Western ally to join the fight against Islamic S
Now Poland joins fight against ISIS with promise to boost military action in Middle East
express / Posted yesterday
POLAND has become the latest Western ally to join the fight against Islamic State with a promise to boost its military presence in the Middle East in return for... Read more
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International Business Times
Nato to increase military presence in east Europe to meet Russian 'aggression' Nato plans to boost its presence in eastern Europe to respond to any "aggressio
Nato to increase military presence in east Europe to meet Russian 'aggression'
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Nato plans to boost its presence in eastern Europe to respond to any "aggression" from Russia, Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on 10 February. The increase in military forces is to be funded through an increase in US military... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
NATO to agree new Russian deterrent but avoid Cold War footingBRUSSELS: NATO is ready to agree on Wednesday its boldest steps yet to deter Ru
NATO to agree new Russian deterrent but avoid Cold War footing
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
BRUSSELS: NATO is ready to agree on Wednesday its boldest steps yet to deter Russia from any attack in the Baltics or eastern Europe, setting out ways to rapidly deploy air, naval and ground forces without resorting to Cold War-era military... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Landmine kills four civilians in east UkraineKIEV: Four Ukrainian civilians were killed when a minivan carrying them drove o
Landmine kills four civilians in east Ukraine
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
KIEV: Four Ukrainian civilians were killed when a minivan carrying them drove over a landmine as they waited to cross out of separatist-held territory in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday, authorities said. Two passengers died instantly and two others... Read more
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The Star
NATO to agree new Russian deterrent but avoid Cold War footingBRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO is ready to agree on Wednesday its boldest steps yet
NATO to agree new Russian deterrent but avoid Cold War footing
The Star / Posted yesterday
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO is ready to agree on Wednesday its boldest steps yet to deter Russia from any attack in the Baltics or eastern Europe, setting out ways to rapidly deploy air, naval and ground forces without resorting to Cold War-era... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russia Loses Its Trump CardRepublican voters in Iowa may have thwarted Russian President Vladimir Putin's
Russia Loses Its Trump Card
The Moscow Times / Posted yesterday
Republican voters in Iowa may have thwarted Russian President Vladimir Putin's wish to see the "doubtlessly talented" Donald Trump as the next U.S. president. Trump, the "absolute leader of the presidential race" as Putin described him back in... Read more
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DW
Deterrence in Eastern Europe top of the agenda at NATO meeting |Speaking ahead of Wednesday's meeting in the Belgian capital, NATO Secretary Ge
Deterrence in Eastern Europe top of the agenda at NATO meeting |
DW / Posted yesterday
Speaking ahead of Wednesday's meeting in the Belgian capital, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the aim over the next two days was to "make decisions to strengthen our defence and deterrence." "I expect the defense ministers to agree to... Read more
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Reuters
NATO to agree new Russian deterrent but avoid Cold War footingNATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (C) addresses a NATO defence ministers
NATO to agree new Russian deterrent but avoid Cold War footing
Reuters / Posted yesterday
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (C) addresses a NATO defence ministers meeting at the Alliance's headquarters in Brussels February 10, 2016. BRUSSELS NATO is ready to agree on Wednesday its boldest steps yet to deter Russia from any attack... Read more
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Swissinfo
NATO to agree new Russian deterrent but avoid Cold War footingBy Robin Emmott and Phil Stewart BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO is ready to agree o
NATO to agree new Russian deterrent but avoid Cold War footing
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
By Robin Emmott and Phil Stewart BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO is ready to agree on Wednesday its boldest steps yet to deter Russia from any attack in the Baltics or eastern Europe, setting out ways to rapidly deploy air, naval and ground forces without... Read more
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Swissinfo
Landmine kills four civilians in east UkraineKIEV (Reuters) - Four Ukrainian civilians were killed when a minivan carrying t
Landmine kills four civilians in east Ukraine
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
KIEV (Reuters) - Four Ukrainian civilians were killed when a minivan carrying them drove over a landmine as they waited to cross out of separatist-held territory in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday, authorities said. Two passengers died instantly and... Read more
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thebee
Lagarde Warns Ukraine On Cash For Reform DealUkraine has been warned it could lose its financial support from the Internatio
Lagarde Warns Ukraine On Cash For Reform Deal
thebee / Posted yesterday
Ukraine has been warned it could lose its financial support from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) because it has failed to implement reforms demanded in exchange for the aid. Christine Lagarde, the organisation's managing director, issued the... Read more
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Daily Mail
US sends F-15 fighter jets to Finland for joint exercises following huge military drills carried out by Russia The US will send F-15s a
US sends F-15 fighter jets to Finland for joint exercises
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
following huge military drills carried out by Russia The US will send F-15s and up to 100 men for its first war games in Finland It comes a day after Russia announced it was scrambling... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
UK to send five ships to Baltic as part of Nato buildup against RussiaA sizeable contingent of British troops are also likely to contribute to a new
UK to send five ships to Baltic as part of Nato buildup against Russia
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
A sizeable contingent of British troops are also likely to contribute to a new Nato force of up to 6,000 to be stationed on a rotational basis in six countries bordering Russia. A decision on troop numbers is expected to be taken at the Nato summit... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
11 romantic paintings for Valentine's Day 2016is almost here. And if you’re yet to get in the romantic mood, perhaps a trip
11 romantic paintings for Valentine's Day 2016
Liverpool Echo / Posted yesterday
is almost here. And if you’re yet to get in the romantic mood, perhaps a trip to some of Liverpool’s wonderful galleries is in order? Great art has a power to move that’s matched only by great music. And what’s more, much of it here in Merseyside... Read more
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The Star
Russia says NATO's planned eastward build-up is destabilisingMOSCOW (Reuters) - NATO's plan of its biggest build-up in eastern Europe since
Russia says NATO's planned eastward build-up is destabilising
The Star / Posted yesterday
MOSCOW (Reuters) - NATO's plan of its biggest build-up in eastern Europe since the Cold War is a destabilising factor designed to contain Russia, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Wednesday. Worried since Russia's seizure... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Russia's debt collectors turn violent as recession leaves 11.5m in debtSergei has watched in horror as Russian television has been flooded with report
Russia's debt collectors turn violent as recession leaves 11.5m in debt
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
Sergei has watched in horror as Russian television has been flooded with reports about vicious debt collectors terrorising households in order to recover overdue loans. In December, the 29-year-old from the south-western city of Voronezh became one... Read more
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CBC.ca
Putin moves into Syria, Obama into Eastern Europe: Brian StewartU.S. President Barak Obama, who began pulling most U.S. troops out of Europe in
Putin moves into Syria, Obama into Eastern Europe: Brian Stewart
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
U.S. President Barak Obama, who began pulling most U.S. troops out of Europe in 2012, is now shoving them back in, along with enough new battle tanks and artillery for another full infantry brigade to directly face Russia in Eastern Europe. This is... Read more
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DW
What does Russia want from its campaign in Syria? | Middle East |Refugee camps along the Syria-Turkey border are full, aid workers say, as thous
What does Russia want from its campaign in Syria? | Middle East |
DW / Posted yesterday
Refugee camps along the Syria-Turkey border are full, aid workers say, as thousands of people have fled the area around Aleppo in northwestern Syria. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has blamed a Russian bombing campaign, backing a Syrian government... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Proud to be a TurkAnother day, another Kurdish funeral in Diyarbakir “I AM A Turk, honest and ha
Proud to be a Turk
Namibia Economist / Posted yesterday
Another day, another Kurdish funeral in Diyarbakir “I AM A Turk, honest and hard-working.” So began the oath of allegiance to their country chanted by generations of schoolchildren before the practice was scrapped three years ago. This proud,... Read more
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