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Daily Archives: January 12, 2017

Trump’s CIA nominee includes Russia in list of global challenges

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee to move the CIA portrayed a number of challenges going through america on Thursday, from an aggressive Russia to a “disruptive” Iran to a China that he mentioned is creating “actual tensions.” Diverging from Trump’s said purpose of looking for nearer ties with Russia, Pompeo mentioned that Russia is “asserting…

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Europe erects defenses to counter Russia’s information war

Nations in Europe, the place Germany and France this 12 months maintain elections, are erecting defenses to counter potential Russian cyber assaults and disinformation to sway Western politics, however intelligence consultants say this may be too little and too late. The problem of Russian “affect operations” has taken on new urgency after U.S. intelligence companies…

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Ex-Albanian mayor jailed for sex harassment of city employee

An Albanian court has sentenced a former mayor to 32 months in jail for abusing his post and sexually harassing a young woman who worked at City Hall. The Serious Crime Court in Albania’s capital on Thursday sentenced former Peshkopi mayor Shukri Xhelili after he was found guilty of having fondled and kissed the 20-year-old…

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Le Pen’s world: French nationalism at heart of campaign

France is partnered with the US and Russia in a world battle towards Islamic militants. Francs, not euros, fill the pockets of French residents. Borders are so safe that unlawful immigration not fuels fears of terror assaults or drains public coffers. That’s France as envisioned by far-right chief Marine Le Pen, a number one candidate…

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The Latest: Thousands protest Gaza power cuts

he Newest on public shows of dissent in opposition to Gaza’s electrical energy woes (all instances native): 5:30 p.m. 1000’s of persons are collaborating in an indication within the Gaza Strip to protest continual energy cuts throughout the chilly winter season. The demonstration is a uncommon signal of dissent within the territory, which the Hamas…

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Rights group: Civilians abused by rivals in Ukraine conflict

A human rights group says civilians are being kidnapped and tortured by fighters on either side of the separatist battle in japanese Ukraine. An annual report launched by Human Rights Watch on Thursday accused the Ukrainian authorities and Russian-backed separatists of holding dozens of civilians in arbitrary detention in Ukraine’s industrial east, the place preventing…

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Trump Plan to Donate Hotel Profits Doesn’t Erase Ethics Concerns

Some ethics consultants take concern with Donald Trump’s declare that he’ll donate any earnings his firm reaps from overseas authorities officers staying in his inns throughout his presidential time period to the usTreasury. The president-elect has at the very least 9 inns within the U.S. and several other current inns and licensed lodge offers overseas.…

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