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  • Putin Says US Hacking Scandal Not In Russia's Interests - Huffington Post

    Putin Says US Hacking Scandal Not In Russia's Interests - Huffington Post;

    Russian President Vladimir Putin delivers a speech during the annual VTB Capital “Russia Calling!” Investment Forum in Moscow, Russia, October 12, 2016. 300. 150. The scandal that erupted in the United States over allegations Russia hacked Democratic ...and more »

  • Putin, Syria, and Why Moscow Has Gone War-Crazy - The New Yorker

    Putin, Syria, and Why Moscow Has Gone War-Crazy - The New Yorker;

    A viewer of Russian television this week could be forgiven for thinking that the end of the world was imminent, and that it would arrive in the form of grand superpower war with the United States, culminating in a suicidal exchange of nuclear weapons ...and more »

  • WWIII is in the air, Assad says - Pravda

    WWIII is in the air, Assad says - Pravda;

    The Syrian President Bashar al-Assad claimed that the smell of the WWIII is in the air, and Syria is only a part of it. 'There has not been a direct military clash yet, Assad said. - Although it comprises a military, terrorist, and political compounds'.and more »

  • Putin describes the smell in Russia's relations with the West - Pravda

    Putin describes the smell in Russia's relations with the West - Pravda;

    Vladimir Putin believes that the complicated dialogue with Washington can be explained with the fact that it resembles an attempt of the US to impose its own terms on Russia. "You know, it's very difficult to have a dialogue with the incumbent US ...and more »

  • Russia: We will shoot down US jets in Syria that threaten our servicemen - Russia Beyond the Headlines

    Russia: We will shoot down US jets in Syria that threaten our servicemen - Russia Beyond the Headlines;

    The ministry believes that unsanctioned American strikes may result in the deaths of Russian officers. Russian military experts say that decisions to destroy unidentified airplanes will be made instantaneously. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. WhatsApp.and more »

  • French UN Resolution on Aleppo Unhelpful, Aimed to Oust Assad - Sputnik International

    French UN Resolution on Aleppo Unhelpful, Aimed to Oust Assad - Sputnik International;

    The French draft UN Security Council resolution, blocked by Russia, on the cessation of hostilities in Syria's Aleppo is an attempt for unconstitutional change of Syrian President Bashar Assad's government by backing terrorists, member of the French ...and more »

  • Russian fleet to control Mediterranean - Pravda

    Russian fleet to control Mediterranean - Pravda;

    Nikolay Pankov, the Russian Deputy Minister of Defence, claimed that Russia would create a permanent naval base in the Syrian city of Tartus. It will lead to reinforcement of the Russian military potential not only in Syria, but the whole of the Middle ...and more »

  • Russia to build naval base in Syria's Tartus - Pravda

    Russia to build naval base in Syria's Tartus - Pravda;

    Russian Deputy Defense Minister Nikolai Pankov said that Russia was planning to establish a permanent naval base in Tartus, Syria, to improve Russia's military capabilities not only in Syria but also in the entire Middle East and the Mediterranean region.and more »

  • UN receives 'partial' approval from Syrian government on October aid deliveries, envoy reports - UN News Centre

    UN receives 'partial' approval from Syrian government on October aid deliveries, envoy reports - UN News Centre;

    13 October 2016 – Unless the deadly violence in Aleppo subsides, the United Nations will be unable to carry out its humanitarian responsibilities to victims of bombardments, shelling and attacks against civilians, UN Deputy Special Envoy for Syria, Mr ...and more »

  • Russia & US will engage in 'global war', unless 'proxy' Syria conflict resolved – Turkey's deputy PM - RT

    Russia & US will engage in 'global war', unless 'proxy' Syria conflict resolved – Turkey's deputy PM - RT;

    The Syrian conflict has now become a “proxy war” between the two Cold War superpowers, believes Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey, Numan Kurtulmus, who warned that that the conflict could escalate beyond the Middle East. TrendsRussia-NATO relations, ...and more »