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It's clear Russian Federation interfered with U.S. election — Ex-CIA chief

It's clear Russian Federation interfered with U.S. election — Ex-CIA chief

It comprised of them bragging about how much they knew Flynn - Trump's eventual national security adviser - and also included plans to take advantage of their connection to Viktor Yanukovych, the former pro-Kremlin president of Ukraine, whose government hired Manafort as a political consultant.



Philippines bomb Islamist militants in urban battle

In a speech on May 26, he joked about rape committed under martial law. Since then thousands of civilians have fled, and nearly 50 rebels and soldiers have been killed in the fighting. "We have to finish this". Amid the skirmishes, militants have occupied several establishments in Marawi City , trapping civilians in the areas. Ano also said foreign fighters were believed to be inside, but he was more cautious.


FBI's Russian Federation investigation now targeting top White House official

FBI's Russian Federation investigation now targeting top White House official

The latest report from the Post , citing unnamed sources familiar with the investigation, undercuts Trump's insistence that his campaign had nothing to do with the Kremlin. White House press secretary Sean Spicer did not dispute the account of the conversation to The Times and, in a statement to NPR, argued that the Russian Federation investigation was harming United States of America foreign policy.


Anti-India protests hit Kashmir after top rebel is killed

Anti-India protests hit Kashmir after top rebel is killed

A joint statement issued by Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik condemned "excessive and unjustified use of force against peaceful mourners" and killing of a civilian in Tral as "state-sponsored terrorism". At least 35 people got injured in clashes in different areas of Kashmir Valley with five security personnel also receiving bullet injuries, officials said.



The top body language moments from President Trump's first trip overseas

British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday she would tell Trump that intelligence shared between their two countries had to remain secure after leaks to US media about the Manchester attack that killed 22 people on Monday. Baltic countries, in particular, are anxious about massing Russian military forces that could overwhelm them, and were hoping for the typical, ironclad US commitment, but left disappointed.