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Соболезнования в связи с кончиной лётчика-космонавта Игоря Волка • Президент России

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В телеграмме главы государства, в частности, говорится:
«Посвятив себя авиации, космонавтике, он многое сделал для освоения внеземного пространства, участвовал в реализации легендарных проектов. Игорь Петрович подавал пример мужества и ответственности, неравнодушия и верности долгу, был бесконечно предан профессии.
Таким Игорь Волк останется в памяти родных, друзей, коллег – всех, кто знал и ценил его».

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МОСКВА, 4 янв — РИА Новости. Герой СССР, летчик-космонавт Игорь Волк скончался на 80-м году жизни, сообщает официальный ...

Putin fears Clinton - Google News: GOP intel chair to Trump: Cozying up to Putin a bad bet - Washington Examiner (blog)

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GOP intel chair to Trump: Cozying up to Putin a bad bet
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Devin Nunes of California, the House Intelligence Committee chairman, told the Washington Examiner in an interview that he fears Trump is making the same mistake as his predecessors in believing that he can charm Putin and shift Russia's behavior from ...
Julian Assange accuses Barack Obama of trying to 'delegitimise' Donald Trump with Russia hacking claimsThe Independent
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Cops fatally shoot man firing handgun outside Brooklyn lounge
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Cops fatally shot a teenage gunman seen blasting away at an occupied Brooklyn lounge early Wednesday — the second deadly police-involved shooting within a six-hour span, authorities said. A pair of NYPD plainclothes officers working a nightclub detail ...
Police fatally shoot teen in 2nd deadly shooting involving officers in Brooklyn overnightNew York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
Man Dies After Being Shot by Police in Prospect Heights: NYPDNBC New York
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Russia influence in Eastern Europe - Google News: Trump Attacks of US Intelligence on Russia Unnerve Lawmakers - Wall Street Journal

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Trump Attacks of US Intelligence on Russia Unnerve Lawmakers
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Many analysts and U.S. intelligence agencies believe that Mr. Putin is trying to expand hisinfluence in Europe and the Middle East, and they have said the Kremlin uses cyberwarfare to interfere in elections in many neighboring countries. Russia and ...

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A Timeline of Trump's Strange, Contradictory Statements on Russian Hacking
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September 26, 2016: In the first presidential debate: “I don't think anybody knows it was Russia that broke into the DNC. [Clinton's] saying Russia, Russia, Russia, but I don't—maybe it was. I mean, it could be Russia, but it could also be China. It ...

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SEE IT: Trio of NYPD cops beats Bronx man as he lies on ground
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The NYPD is investigating a disturbing video that shows a group of officers punching in the face a 50-year-old Bronx man pinned to the ground. The video, taken from a passing bus on 149th St. near Cauldwell Ave. in Mott Haven about 10 a.m. Dec. 31 ...
'His hands were already tied': Video captures NYPD cops violently beating Bronx manRaw Story
Police Brutality And Violence On Video: NYPD Beats Man Bloody In ...International Business Times
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Trump attacks set intelligence community on edge
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(CNN) Intelligence officials are increasingly dismayed about President-elect Donald Trump'stweets and continued public attacks against them, describing his conduct as distressing, officials told CNN Wednesday. "Nobody wants to get off on the wrong ...
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Why Is Trump So Reluctant to Accept Claims of Russian Hacking?
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While there is some principled skepticism about attributing the hacks to RussiaTrump'smockery of the intelligence community has not cited specific concerns. And if, as his adviser Kellyanne Conway suggests, Trump is receiving information from other ...

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Turks Turn Down US Military Help in Syria, Accept Russian Aid Instead
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Al Bab sits about halfway between Aleppo and Manbij and the U.S. is concerned that once the Turks take back the city from ISIS, they will continue northeast to Manbij to confront the SyrianKurds (YPG) who were part of the liberation of that city ...
Obama Welcomes Turkish, Russian Effort To Revive Syrian Cease-FireRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Terrorists Target Turkey as Ankara Joins Moscow in Syria Talks Without USSputnik International
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Donald Trump Plans Revamp of Top US Spy Agency
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The planning comes as Mr. Trump has leveled a series of social media attacks in recent months and the past few days against U.S. intelligence agencies, dismissing and mocking their assessment that the Russian government hacked emails of Democratic ...
Trump derides intel briefing on 'so-called' Russian hackingCNN
Trump Takes Jab at 'Intelligence' Officials for Allegedly Delaying 'Russian Hacking' BriefingNBCNews.com
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Donald Trump Plans Revamp of Top US Spy Agency
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WASHINGTON—President-elect Donald Trump, a harsh critic of U.S. intelligence agencies, is working with top advisers on a plan that would restructure and pare back the nation's top spy agency, people familiar with the planning said. The move is ...

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Vladimir Putin's Newest Export: Terrorists
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Sputnik Photo Agency / Reuters. FROM RUSSIA WITH HATE. Vladimir Putin's Newest Export: Terrorists. ISIS is full of Russian speakers from Chechen, other Caucasus republics and the “stans.” One is suspected of the NYE shooting in Istanbul. Michael Weiss ...
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Ivanka Trump's New Washington Home Once Belonged to a Putin Foe - New York Times

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Ivanka Trump's New Washington Home Once Belonged to a Putin Foe
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The six-bedroom, 6,870-square-foot house that Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, bought is just around the corner from President Obama's new home. Credit Gabriella Demczuk for The New York Times. WASHINGTON — Ivanka Trump, who is ...

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Top US intelligence officials will make the case on Russia hacking to a skeptical Donald Trump - Los Angeles Times

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Top US intelligence officials will make the case on Russia hacking to a skeptical Donald Trump
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On Friday, several top intelligence officials, including Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper, CIA Director John Brennan and FBI Director James BComey, are scheduled to meet with Trump in New York City to explain why they've concluded ...
It Turns Out That Trump Knows Nothing New About Russia's HackingMother Jones
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If power is the ability to achieve intended effects, his rhetoric has been powerless to produce anything but an empty, inconsequential reputation for speaking well.
     


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Hurriyet Daily News: Gov’t suspects foreign intelligence services’ role in Istanbul attack

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Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş has suggested that “foreign intelligence services” could be behind the attack that claimed 39 lives at Istanbul’s Reina nightclub on New Year’s Eve, considering how “professionally” the attack was carried out.



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Gov’t suspects foreign intelligence services’ role in Istanbul attack

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Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş has suggested that “foreign intelligence services” could be behind the attack that claimed 39 lives at Istanbul’s Reina nightclub on New Year’s Eve, considering how “professionally” the attack was carried out.

Trump's Mockery of Intelligence Agencies Could Undermine Their Relations

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The president-elect has been tweeting up a storm.

Russian cyber attacks 'act of war': US Senator McCain

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US Senator says alleged meddling in US election was attempt to destroy 'fundamentals of democracy'

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US obtained evidence after election that Russia leaked emails: officials
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WASHINGTON U.S. intelligence agencies obtained what they considered to be conclusive evidence after the November election that Russia provided hacked material from the Democratic National Committee to WikiLeaks through a third party, three U.S. ...
Trump Again Questions Finding That Russia Meddled in US ElectionVoice of America
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Who hacked? Trump challenges intel agencies he'll oversee

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday escalated his blunt public challenge to the U.S. intelligence agencies he will soon oversee, appearing to embrace WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's contention that Russia did not provide his group with the hacked Democratic emails that roiled the 2016 election....
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U.S. obtained evidence after election that Russia leaked emails: officials

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. intelligence agencies obtained what they considered to be conclusive evidence after the November election that Russia provided hacked material from the Democratic National Committee to WikiLeaks through a third party, three U.S. officials said on Wednesday.
  

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President-elect said intent on restructuring CIA, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, amid more social media attacks on intel community over Russia hacking assessments

Trump reportedly plans to revamp top intelligencies agencies

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President-elect intends to restructure CIA, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, amid more social media attacks on intel community over Russia hacking assessments

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Leaders of Hobos gang found guilty in killings, kidnappings
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Hobos gang leader Paris Poe's back tattoo that states "The Earth Is Our Turf" with "Hobo" in the center. Hobos gang leader Paris Poe's back tattoo that states "The Earth Is Our Turf" with "Hobo" in the center. (Provided by U.S. attorney). Jason ...
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Luis Videgaray, Key to Donald Trump Visit, Named Mexico Foreign Minister

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Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto named ex-Finance Minister Luis Videgaray, who was key to bringing Donald Trump to Mexico in August, as foreign minister for what promises to be a complex relationship with the new U.S. administration.

Brazil prison riot, a 'butchery foretold,' sparks fear of more killings

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SAO PAULO (Reuters) - The killing of 56 inmates by fellow prisoners in Brazil's deadliest jail uprising in decades was a "butchery foretold" by escalating turf wars between drug gangs that threatens to plunge a chaotic penitentiary system deeper into violence.
  
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Berlin truck attack: Man held who had dinner with killer Amri

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Police detain a Tunisian suspected of having dinner with Anis Amri the night before the Berlin attack.

Puerto Rico files bill in quest to obtain statehood by 2025

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Puerto Rico’s new congressional representative has filed a bill that would turn the island into the 51st U.S. state by 2025.

Kosovo Ex-PM Arrested In France At Serbia’s Request

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French police have arrested former Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj on a Serbian war crimes warrant, Kosovo’s Foreign Ministry says.

Chicago gang violence: Six Hobos leaders convicted

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A federal jury convicts six leaders of Chicago's notorious Hobos gang of racketeering conspiracy.

Donald Trump Plans Revamp of Top U.S. Spy Agency

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WASHINGTON—President-elect Donald Trump, a harsh critic of U.S. intelligence agencies, is working with top advisers on a plan that would restructure and pare back the nation’s top spy agency, people familiar with the planning said, prompted by a belief that the Office of the Director of National Intelligence has become bloated and politicized.
The planning comes as Mr. Trump has leveled a series of social media attacks in recent months and the past few days against U.S. intelligence agencies, dismissing and mocking their assessment that the Russian government hacked emails of Democratic groups and individuals and then leaked them last year to WikiLeaks and others in an effort to help Mr. Trump win the White House.
One of the people familiar with Mr. Trump’s planning said advisers also are working on a plan to restructure the Central Intelligence Agency, cutting back on staffing at its Virginia headquarters and pushing more people out into field posts around the world. The CIA declined to comment on the plan.
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“The view from the Trump team is the intelligence world [is] becoming completely politicized,” said the individual, who is close to the Trump transition operation. “They all need to be slimmed down. The focus will be on restructuring the agencies and how they interact.”

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In one of his latest Twitter posts on Wednesday, Mr. Trump referenced an interview that WikiLeaks editor in chief Julian Assange gave to Fox News in which he denied Russia had been his source for the thousands of emails stolen from Democrats and Hillary Clinton advisers, including campaign manager John Podesta, that Mr. Assange published.
Mr. Trump tweeted: “Julian Assange said ‘a 14 year old could have hacked Podesta’—why was DNC so careless? Also said Russians did not give him the info!”
Mr. Trump has drawn criticism from Democratic and Republican lawmakers and from intelligence and law-enforcement officials for praising Russian President Vladimir Putin, for attacking American intelligence agencies, and for embracing Mr. Assange, long viewed with disdain by government officials and lawmakers.
“We have two choices: some guy living in an embassy on the run from the law…who has a history of undermining American democracy and releasing classified information to put our troops at risk, or the 17 intelligence agencies sworn to defend us,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.). “I’m going with them.”
But for Mr. Trump and some of his supporters, the accusations of Russian hacking and the criticism of WikiLeaks are seen as an effort to delegitimize the president-elect’s victory.
Since his November election, Mr. Trump has published close to 250 Twitter posts. Of those, 11 have focused on Russia or the election-related cyberattacks. In each of those tweets, Mr. Trump either has flattered Russian President Vladimir Putin—last month calling him “very smart”— or disparaged the investigation into the hacks.
This stands in contrast to his posts on other issues and countries, such as North Korea or China, where his views on national security risks line up more squarely with U.S. spy agencies.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence was established in 2004 in large part to boost coordination between intelligence agencies following the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks.
Many Republicans have proposed cutting the ODNI before, but this has proven hard to do in part because its mission centers are focused on core national security issues, such as counterterrorism, nuclear proliferation, and counterintelligence.
The lobby of the CIA Headquarters Building in Langley, Va. Donald Trump’s criticism of U.S. intelligence agencies’ assessments of Russian involvement in cyberattacks has some lawmakers questioning his goals.ENLARGE
The lobby of the CIA Headquarters Building in Langley, Va. Donald Trump’s criticism of U.S. intelligence agencies’ assessments of Russian involvement in cyberattacks has some lawmakers questioning his goals. Photo: larry downing/Reuters
“The management and integration that DNI focuses on allows agencies like the CIA to better hone in on its own important work,” said Rep. Adam Schiff (D., Calif.), the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, who believes dismantling the ODNI could lead to national security problems.
Mr. Trump’s advisers say he has long been skeptical of the CIA’s accuracy, and the president-elect often mentions faulty intelligence in 2002 and 2003 concerning Iraq’s weapons programs. But he has focused his skepticism of the agencies squarely on their Russia assessments, which has jarred analysts who are accustomed to more cohesion with the White House.
Top officials at U.S. intelligence agencies, as well as Republican and Democratic leaders in Congress, have said Russia orchestrated the computer attacks that hacked and leaked Democratic Party emails last year. President Barack Obama ordered the intelligence agencies to produce a report on the hacking operation, and he is expected to presented with the findings on Thursday.
Russia has long denied any involvement in the hacking operation, though Mr. Putin has said releasing the stolen emails served a public service.
The heads of the CIA, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper are scheduled to brief Mr. Trump on the findings on Friday. Mr. Trump tweeted late Tuesday that this meeting had been delayed and suggested that the agencies still needed time to “build a case” against Russia.
White House officials said Mr. Trump will be briefed on the hacking report as soon as it is ready. White House officials have been increasingly frustrated by Mr. Trump’s confrontations with intelligence officials.
“It’s appalling,” the official said. “No president has ever taken on the CIA and come out looking good.”
Among those helping lead Mr. Trump’s plan to restructure the intelligence agencies is his national security adviser, Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who had served as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency until he was pushed out by DNI James Clapper and others in 2013. Also involved in the planning is Rep. Mike Pompeo (R., Kan.), who Mr. Trump selected to be his CIA director.
Lt. Gen. Flynn didn’t respond to a request for comment and Mr. Pompeo declined to comment.
Mr. Trump shares the view of Lt. Gen. Flynn and Mr. Pompeo that the intelligence community’s position that Russians tried to help his campaign is an attempt to undermine his victory or say he didn’t win, the official close to the transition said.
Mr. Flynn will lead the White House’s National Security Council, giving him broad influence in military and intelligence decisions throughout the government. He is also a believer in rotating senior intelligence agencies into the field and reducing headquarters staff.
Current and former intelligence and law-enforcement officials have reacted with a mix of bafflement and outrage to Mr. Trump’s continuing series of jabs at U.S. spies.
“They are furious about it,” said one former senior intelligence official, adding that a retinue of senior officials who thought they would be staying on in a Hillary Clinton administration now are re-evaluating their plans following Mr. Trump’s election.
Current and former officials said it was particularly striking to see Mr. Trump quote Mr. Assange in tweets.
“It’s pretty horrifying to me that he’s siding with Assange over the intelligence agencies,’’ said one former law-enforcement official.
Paul Pillar, a 28-year veteran of the CIA who retired in 2005, said he was disturbed by Mr. Trump’s tweets and feared much of the intelligence community’s assessments could be filtered through Lt. Gen. Flynn, chosen by Mr. Trump as his national security adviser.
“I’m rather pessimistic,” he said. “This is indeed disturbing that the president should come in with this negative view of the agencies coupled with his habits on how he absorbs information and so on that don’t provide a lot of hope for change.”
—Carol E. Lee, Shane Harris, Devlin Barrett, Felicia Schwartz an, Siobhan Hughes contributed to this article.
Write to Damian Paletta at damian.paletta@wsj.com and Julian E. Barnes at julian.barnes@wsj.com
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- President-elect Donald Trump escalated his blunt public challenge to the U.S. intelligence agencies he will soon oversee on Wednesday, appearing to embrace WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's contention that Russia did not provide his group with the hacked Democratic emails that roiled the 2016 election....
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Donald Trump Plans Revamp of Top US Spy Agency
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WASHINGTON—President-elect Donald Trump, a harsh critic of U.S. intelligence agencies, is working with top advisers on a plan that would restructure and pare back the nation's top spy agency, people familiar with the planning said, prompted by a ...
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Turkey brandishes Incirlik card to threaten US

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Turkish officials are hinting at denying US access to the Incirilik air base unless Washington halts its support for Syrian Kurds and begins to provide air support for Turkish troops in Syria.

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Several injured after LIRR train derails
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A Long Island Rail Road train derailed at Brooklyn's Atlantic Terminal during Wednesday morning rush-hour, injuring several people, officials said. The commuter train derailed on Track 6 as it pulled into the transit hub about 8:20 a.m., according to ...
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Vladimir Putin polls better with Republicans than Obama does. That's not unprecedented.
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A stat has been floating around on social media for the better part of a month now: Republicans like Vladimir Putin better than they like Barack Obama. Whoa if true. The poll is from online pollster YouGov for the Economist, and it shows the Putin vs ...

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Russia's play in Syria will give it access to a warm water port
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Russia's new alliance with Turkey to find what they call a solution to the fighting in Syria needs to be seen in a global context as Russia rebuilds its military presence around the world, seeking the same respect in global council chambers that was ...



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Donald Trump takes another shot at US intelligence, promoting Julian Assange's version of events
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Assange gave an interview to Fox News host Sean Hannity, who has in the past called for trying him on espionage charges, echoing other Republicans and many in the intelligence community who say his airing of sensitive documents has put U.S. lives and ...

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Сайт Wikileaks назначил вознаграждение за любые сведения о похитителе диска с данными Белого дома - Комсомольская правда

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Сайт Wikileaks назначил вознаграждение за любые сведения о похитителе диска с данными Белого дома
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Сайт WikiLeaks назначил вознаграждение в 20 тысяч долларов за любую информацию о похитителе жесткого диска с важной государственной информацией. «Мы предлагаем вознаграждение 20 тысяч долларов за информацию, которая ...

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Putin's Sassy Trolling Was Sending Message to Trump: Experts - NBCNews.com

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Putin's Sassy Trolling Was Sending Message to Trump: Experts
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Vladimir Putin appeared to reach unprecedented levels of trolling for a world leader in response to President Barack Obama expelling 35 Russian intelligence operatives from the United States. Obama ousted them as punishment for Russia's alleged ...
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Did Putin Really Launch a 'Cyber-Pearl Harbor' Against America? - The Nation.

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Did Putin Really Launch a 'Cyber-Pearl Harbor' Against America?
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Unlike in 1962, when the Kennedy Administration made public clear evidence of Soviet missile silos under construction in Cuba, the Obama Administration has presented no actual evidence that the Kremlin, directed by Russian President Putin, hacked the ...
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Россия неожиданно захотела помириться с НАТО - BFM.ru

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Россия неожиданно захотела помириться с НАТО
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Представитель МИД добавил, что существование НАТО — «это реальность и военный фактор», и обойтись «одними заклинаниями» у Москвы не получится. России с альянсом «надо выстраивать нормальные отношения и возобновить то, что было», подчеркнул высокопоставленный ...
Россия выступила за нормализацию отношений с НАТОЖурналистская правда
В МИД России выступили за восстановление нормальных ...Интерфакс
В МИД РФ рассказали о восстановлении отношений с НАТОНовости в Украине Replyua (пресс-релиз) (Блог)
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Scores Injured After Commuter Train Derails In Brooklyn

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BROOKLYN, N.Y. (Reuters) - A New York City commuter train derailed at a Brooklyn terminal after ramming into a bumper during Wednesday’s morning rush hour, leaving more than 100 people with non-life-threatening injuries, city officials said.

Dozens of emergency crews swarmed Atlantic Terminal after the Long Island Railroad trainwent off the tracks inside the busy transportation hub at about 8:30 a.m. local time, the New York City Fire Department said.

The train failed to stop on time and struck a bumping block at a fairly low rate of speed, which caused it to derail, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said at a briefing at the crash site.

About 103 people were injured in the accident, the New York Fire Department said in a Twitter message. Earlier Deputy Assistant Chief Dan Donoghue said at the briefing that 11 people had to go to the hospital. 

The derailment, which severely damaged the train’s front two cars, was the second major accident involving New York City’s commuter railroads in the past three months.

In late September, a New Jersey Transit train crashed into a terminal in Hoboken, New Jersey, killing one woman and injuring 114 people, including the engineer.

Cuomo, who has made infrastructure improvements a centerpiece of his agenda, said Wednesday’s incident was minor in comparison. The most serious injury in the crash was a broken leg, he said.

“There was an extensive damage in Hoboken,” Cuomo said. “That train was coming in much faster, did much more damage.”

In Brooklyn, police and firefighters, some holding stretchers, were entering the terminal as emergency vehicles blocked traffic.

Commuters, meanwhile, described a frightening and chaotic scene on social media.

“People flying everywhere,” Serena Janae, who said she was a passenger on the derailedtrain, wrote on Facebook.

The U.S. Federal Railroad Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board said they were sending investigators to the scene.

Atlantic Terminal, which also connects commuters to nine city subway lines, is one of New York’s busiest stations.

Officials said crews were working to restore service at the terminal by the evening rush hour.

(Additional reporting by Gina Cherelus and David Shepardson; Writing by Laila Kearney; Editing by Frank McGurty and Lisa Von Ahn)
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