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Putin: Russia doesn't hack but

Putin: Russia doesn't hack but "patriotic" individuals might

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks at a meeting with heads of worldwide news agencies at the St. Petersburg global Economic Forum in St. Petersburg, Russia , Thursday, June 1, 2017. "But he quickly distanced himself from suggestions that the Russian state was involved in election hacking". "It's having an impact, and I'm afraid this is one of the goals of those who organize it are pursuing and they can fine-tune the public sentiments to their liking trying to establish an atmosphere ...


Putin urges 'joint work' with Trump on climate

Putin urges 'joint work' with Trump on climate

Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) Friday. "I ask you on behalf of Russian Federation, and I appeal to the American side: Help the newly elected president, the head of the United States administration", he said. The Russian leader said he was ready for improved relations. Putin agrees, adding: "Do you know what they say among the Russian people?" The Kremlin leader said that "in my view it was possible (for the US) not to leave the Paris agreement because it is a framework ...


Kerala Assembly To Meet On June 8 To Discuss Centre's Cattle Rules

Kerala Assembly To Meet On June 8 To Discuss Centre's Cattle Rules

The rules came as part of a tough new law against animal cruelty, but commentators said they were aimed at placating hardline Hindu supporters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's nationalist government. Earlier, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan alleged that the Centre's decision was to usurp the powers of the State legislature in the guise of rules under a Central Act.



May's Brexit approach risks 'jobs meltdown', Corbyn says

Prime Minister Theresa May is on track to win 313 seats in Britain's parliament in next week's election, falling 13 seats short of a 326 seat majority, according to a projection by polling company YouGov on Friday. "When Labour talks about job creation, we mean decent jobs, jobs which pay a real living wage, which people can get by on, and which give people a sense of pride and objective", Corbyn said in a statement emailed by his party.



Macron Opens A 'Demanding' Dialogue With Putin In France

Putin also repeated his firm denial of Russian involvement with the hacking of Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonPutin echoes Trump, Nunes lines on U.S. The first round of the French presidential election took place on April 23. The two countries are in stark opposition over the Syrian civil war, with Moscow backing Assad and France supporting rebel groups trying to overthrow him.



NC House gives final OK to its budget; talks with Senate next

But, Schumer's predictable opposition was not the main problem, Limbaugh said. They argued that Cooper's budget proposal was a better approach. "They're a little angry at us right now but that will calm down", Ward said. Rep. Stephanie Clayton, an Overland Park Republican, tweeted that "I do now have unprintable thoughts re: Leadership". Only 8 percent of respondents said the Senate should pass Trumpcare as is.