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Russia’s new military doctrine lists NATO and US as threats

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Russia has adopted an updated version of its military doctrine, which reflects the emergence of new threats against its national security. NATO military buildup and American Prompt Global Strike concept are listed among them. The new doctrine was approved on Friday by President Vladimir Putin. Its core remains unchanged from …

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Hillary Clinton still clueless as to how she lost the election

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If her newest released book is any indication, there isn’t a bus big enough to fit all the people Hillary Clinton wants to throw under it. Clinton’s book, ‘What Happened,’ serves as a kind of personal post-mortem of the 2016 election campaign. Indeed, many have joked it would have been …

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CIA asked Moby to spread anti-Trump and anti-Russia propaganda

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In a recent interview, Moby said his friends at the CIA asked him to take advantage of a greater “social media following” to spread rumors about President Donald Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia during the 2016 campaign. Multi-award winning recording artist and activist Moby gave an interview to WFPK on Thursday to …

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United States refuses to share intel on ISIS

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Washington will not share intelligence data on ISIS positions in Syria and will not accept Moscow’s offer to cooperate on rooting out terrorism until Moscow changes its position on Syrian President Bashar Assad’s future, the Pentagon said. Ever since the start of the Russian campaign in Syria in late September, …

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‘US doesn’t need UN to oust Assad’ – Clinton

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Hillary Clinton threatens the US and “like-minded states” might pursue regime change in Syria in circumvention of the UN if the new resolution on Syria is “toothless”. Russia’s Foreign Minister believes the conflict is still solvable diplomatically. Having conducted talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, …

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Trump’s impulsive rhetoric and its impact on the currency markets

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Trump’s campaign trail was filled with nauseating rhetoric on the nations, policies and business approaches he did not look. He employed a hair raising combative approach to reign hell on those he despised, those he felt were less humans and policies he claimed meant everything wrong for the ordinary Americans. …

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Russia to start pricing oil in their own currency

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It appears Russia is close to taking the next big step towards de-dollarization and killing the petro-dollar as Vladimir Putin‘s “dream” of ruble-based pricing of its domestically-produced oil is on the verge of realization. SPIMEX (The St. Petersburg International Mercantile Exchange) is actively courting international oil traders to join its emerging …

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Pentagon wants $582 billion to wage war in 2017

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The US military faces five “big challenges,” Ash Carter told the Economic Club of Washington on Tuesday. Those challenges are: Russia, China, North Korea, Iran, and ISIS. So essentially, the exact same “challenges” Washington has been trotting out for years to justify hundreds upon hundreds of billions in defense spending, …

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Russia buys 900,000 ounces of gold worth $1.17 billion in April

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The Russian central bank has again increased its gold reserves by another 900,000 ounces worth $1.17 billion in April. Russia’s gold reserves rose to 34.4 million troy ounces in April, from 33.5 million troy ounces in March, the Russian central bank announced on its website yesterday. The value of its …

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US and NATO backed rebels admit responsibility for chemical attack in Syria

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Syrian rebels in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta have admitted to Associated Press correspondent Dale Gavlak that they were responsible for last week’s chemical weapons incident which western powers have blamed on Bashar Al-Assad’s forces, revealing that the casualties were the result of an accident caused by rebels mishandling chemical …

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Tyrant Trump to Russia: ‘Rein in Assad’

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Tyrant Donald Trump called on Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov during a meeting Wednesday to “rein in the Assad regime,” the White House says. According to a readout of the Oval Office discussion, Trump, who “emphasized the need to work together to end the conflict in Syria,” called on Russia to control its …

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US demanded Greece close airspace to Russian humanitarian aid for Syria

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The government in Athens has refused a demand by the United States to close its airspace to Russian aircraft ferrying what it describes as humanitarian aid to Syria. “On Saturday, U.S. Embassy [in Athens] appealed to the Greek government with a request to prohibit the flights of Russian aircraft in the FIR …

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51 UN countries vote to keep Israel’s nuclear arsenal secret

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IAEA flag flatters in the wind in front of the International Atomic Energy Agency headquarers in UN city in Vienna Member states of the UN nuclear agency voted down an Arab-backed resolution targeting the Jewish state for criticism over its clandestine nuclear weapons arsenal. Fifty-one countries voted against the so-called …

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12 reasons not to attack Syria

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The USA and it’s “coalition of the reluctant and/or unwilling” are now confronted with at least twelve very good reasons why they should abandon their plans to unlawfully attack the sovereign nation of Syria. The Obama Administration has been inundated with responses from every quarter of American society and the …

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‘New World Order under enormous strain’ – war monger John McCain

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US Senator John McCain said on Friday that the world desperately needs the US and Europe to unite once more to preserve globalism. The current chairman of the armed services committee in the US Senate said that Washington should restore cooperation with the EU — long one of America’s “most important alliances.” The remarks came …

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