Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: Trump Campaign Lawyers Demand DNC Drop Lawsuit Citing Mueller Report

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In May, the legal team for Trump’s campaign demanded the DNC withdraw its lawsuit alleging a conspiracy between Trump and Russia after the release of Robert Mueller’s report. The DNC refused and now Trump’s campaign lawyers are taking them to court.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: India Kicks Off Operation In Himalayas to Remove Bodies of Dead Hikers – Report

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Eight climbers – four from Britain, two from the United States, and one each from Australia and India – were reported missing last Friday after they failed to return to their base camp near Nanda Devi, India’s second highest mountain, according to Reuters.

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“Right Cause party” – Google News: Sky Views: Theresa May’s successor must hold their nerve and resist Nigel Farage – Sky News

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Sky Views: Theresa May’s successor must hold their nerve and resist Nigel Farage  Sky News

Sky Views: Theresa May’s successor must hold their nerve and resist Nigel Farage.

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“Russia Ukraine” – Google News: Poor Ukraine at crossroads: a tool for the West or friend of China? – South China Morning Post

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Poor Ukraine at crossroads: a tool for the West or friend of China?  South China Morning Post

With a GDP per capita of US$2,963 per year as of 2018 – lower than Iraq and Venezuela – Ukraine remains one of the poorest countries in Europe and is …

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: “political criminology” – Google News: Phoenix PD reassign some police during inflammatory social media investigation – AZFamily

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“political criminology” – Google News: Phoenix PD reassign some police during inflammatory social media investigation – AZFamily
‘I Don’t Know’: Kushner Won’t Say He’ll Call FBI If Russians Again Offer Campaign Help – The National Memo
Federal Bureau of Investigation: Federal Prosecutors Don’t Have to Disclose Secret Flynn Transcripts, Judge Says
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PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — Police Chief Jeri Williams promised a thorough investigation Tuesday after a group published a hoard of inflammatory social media posts by current police officers in Phoenix and several other cities.
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In a Sunday night interview with “Axios on HBO,” Jared Kushner defended attending a 2016 meeting between Trump’s top campaign staff and Russian operatives who were offering dirt on Trump’s political opponent.
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A federal judge on Tuesday told prosecutors they did not have to make public highly classified transcripts of Michael T. Flynn talking about sanctions with the Russian ambassador in December 2016.
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KAJANG: THE blessings of Ramadan must have descended upon a Kajang Prison inmate after his wish to spend Hari Raya Aidilfitri with his family at their home in Rawang was granted. Mohamad (not his real name), 36, was among two Kajang Prison inmates released for seven days beginning yesterday under the release of prisoners on licence programme.
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“Right Cause party” – Google News: US court weighs if climate change violates children’s rights – WWMT-TV

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US court weighs if climate change violates children’s rights  WWMT-TV

In a courtroom packed with environmental activists, federal judges wrestled Tuesday with whether climate change violates the constitutional rights of young …

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АМИ Trend – Все новости: В США заявили, что предложили Турции несколько вариантов в обмен на отказ от С-400

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Власти США предложили Турции несколько вариантов в обмен на отказ от приобретения зенитных ракетных систем (ЗРС) С-400 у России, теперь решение остается за Анкарой

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“wikileaks россия” – Google News: Spies Are the New Journalists – Tablet Magazine

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Spies Are the New Journalists  Tablet Magazine

There are two sets of laws in the United States today. One is inscribed in law books and applies to the majority of Americans. The other is a canon of privileges …

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“Right Cause party” – Google News: Woman’s bizarre list of rules for husband at bachelor party causes outrage – Newshub

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Woman’s bizarre list of rules for husband at bachelor party causes outrage  Newshub

A woman has given new meaning to the term ‘overprotective’ after running a list of rules for her husband past the internet. The woman asked friends if she had …

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Twitter Search / JohnsonRussiaLi: RUSSIA & UKRAINE – Johnson’s Russia List table of contents & links :: JRL 2019-#93 :: Tuesday, 4 June 2019 https://russialist.org/russia-ukraine-johnsons-russia-list-table-of-contents-links-jrl-2019-93-tuesday-4-june-2019/ …pic.twitter.com/c6wB8YLp6m

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RUSSIA & UKRAINE – Johnson’s Russia List table of contents & links :: JRL 2019-#93 :: Tuesday, 4 June 2019 https://russialist.org/russia-ukraine-johnsons-russia-list-table-of-contents-links-jrl-2019-93-tuesday-4-june-2019/ …

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Johnson’s Russia List: RUSSIA & UKRAINE – Johnson’s Russia List table of contents & links :: JRL 2019-#93 :: Tuesday, 4 June 2019

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To inquire about a subscription to the full Johnson’s Russia List e-mail newsletter, e-mail David Johnson at davidjohnson@starpower.net Support the JRL: russialist.org/funding.php Donate Online: click here for direct link at GWU [check back for updates, including more links; links also posted to facebook and twitter] Johnson’s Russia List :: JRL 2019-#93 :: Tuesday, 4 May 2019 A project sponsored through […]

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Вести.Ru: Участникам голодовки сирот в Хабаровске предоставили жилье в общежитии

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Бывшим воспитанникам детских домов, которые объявляли голодовку в Хабаровске из-за невыдачи им квартир, предоставили комнаты в общежитии.

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Voice of America: Brazil’s Bolsonaro Formally Recognizes Venezuelan Opposition Envoy

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Brazil’s right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro received the diplomatic credentials of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido’s envoy to Brazil, formally recognizing her as the ambassador of the neighboring country.

Ambassador Maria Teresa Belandria had said on Friday that the Brazilian government withdrew its invitation to present her credentials at the presidential palace. But her spokeswoman told Reuters on Tuesday the government had changed its mind.

Bolsonaro’s spokesman General Otavio Rego Barros said Brazil was adopting the stance of other members of the so-called Lima Group of countries that back Guaido and the holding of democratic elections in Venezuela.

Belandria, however, will not be able to move in to the Venezuelan embassy in Brasilia because it is still occupied by diplomats representing Venezuela’s leftist President Nicolas Maduro, and they will not be expelled from Brazil, Rego Barros said.

Diplomatic analysts said last week that the military wing of the Bolsonaro government was reluctant to recognize Guaido’s envoy because officials do not see an imminent change of government in Venezuela.

Guaido’s call on the Venezuelan military to abandon Maduro and join the opposition movement went largely unheeded last month, leading many to think he had overplayed his hand with the support of the U.S. government.

Bolsonaro, like many leaders in the region, has been sharply critical of Maduro and has recognized Guaido as the country’s legitimate leader.

Former military officers, who make up about a third of Bolsonaro’s cabinet, have been wary of provoking Maduro, warning against moves that could tip an economic and political crisis into violence across Brazil’s northern border.

Bolsonaro’s top security adviser, retired General Augusto  Heleno, told Reuters earlier this month that Venezuela’s armed forces will decide Maduro’s future and could depose him to lead a transition to democratic elections.

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Voice of America: Uber Says IRS Probing its 2013-14 Tax Returns

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The U.S. Internal Revenue Service is auditing Uber Technologies’s taxes for 2013 and 2014 and the ride-hailing company expects unrecognized tax benefits to be reduced within the next year by at least $141 million.

In its full quarterly report on Tuesday, Uber said various state and foreign tax authorities were also looking into its taxes and that it was currently unable to put a definite timeline or estimate on the overall adjustments that might result.

The $141 million amount related only to its transfer pricing positions, which refers to the common multinational practice of charging for services between wholly-owned businesses in different countries or jurisdictions to reduce the tax it pays.

Earlier this year, the company had said in a regulatory filing that it expected unrecognized tax benefits related to the audit to be reduced within the next year by at least $127 million.

Industry experts characterize transfer pricing as a relatively risky strategy, which typically is among multinationals’ top tax concerns and has been used by authorities in the past to go after Apple and Amazon.

“Although the timing of the resolution and/or closure of the audits is highly uncertain, it is reasonably possible that the balance of gross unrecognized tax benefits could significantly change in the next 12 months,” the company said.

The announcement came on a day when at least 11 of the brokerages, whose underwriting arms backed Uber’s Wall Street debut last month, weighed in with “buy” recommendations on the company’s shares as a statutory embargo lifted. Citi, however, initiated coverage with a “neutral” rating.

Uber shares gained 2.8% in afternoon trading as the technology sector bounced back from a sell-off on Monday.

The company’s stock has struggled since its market debut on May 10 and is trading below its IPO price of $45.

Still, the shares have outperformed rival Lyft, which have fallen by a third in value since its own debut in March, and analysts from Deutsche Bank said Uber’s stock remained the best internet IPO for investors since Facebook’s launch in 2012.

“Uber should trade at a premium to LYFT given Uber’s larger global scale and reach, cross product growth opportunity and larger ability for long-term leverage,” said analysts at Morgan Stanley. “It is still in the early innings in its core and emerging opportunities.”

In its first quarterly report as a public company last week, Uber reported a $1 billion loss as it spent heavily to build up its food delivery and freight businesses.

But many of the analysts covering the stock on Tuesday said they believed Uber had the scale and time to develop into another powerful U.S. global tech player.

RBC analysts believe the market under-appreciates Uber’s profit potential while analysts at Mizuho Securities expect the intense competition to rationalize over the next few years due to continued consolidation and listings of private peers.

“…Uber has ample room to gain operating leverage from economies of scale,” analysts at Mizuho said.

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Voice of America: Democratic Hopeful Warren Proposes $2T ‘Green Manufacturing’ Plan

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Democratic U.S. presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren proposed on Tuesday spending $2 trillion on a new “green manufacturing” program to address climate change that would invest in research and exporting American clean energy technology.

The manufacturing program is the first in a new series of “economic patriotism” proposals Warren is unveiling intended to create American jobs and help U.S. industry.

“This is going to be a big plan for bold structural changes,” Warren said at a campaign rally in Detroit, Michigan.

Warren told the crowd of about 500 in a facility that teaches manufacturing skills that her proposal would be paid for by cutting subsidies in the oil and gas industry. Additionally, by all companies paying more taxes, she said, singling out Amazon.com.

Among the more than 20 Democrats in the field hoping to challenge Republican President Donald Trump in November 2020, Warren has distinguished herself as the most prolific proposer of new policy positions.

Several candidates have offered climate-related policy proposals, including Washington Governor Jay Inslee, who has made it the singular focus of his campaign, and former Vice President Joe Biden, who also announced a climate plan on Tuesday.

Warren said she had not read Biden’s proposal when asked by reporters after her campaign event.

The newest proposal from Warren, a U.S. senator from Massachusetts, lays out how she would carry out some of the policy goals outlined in the Green New Deal, which has the backing of liberal members of her party.

Warren began touting the proposal in a campaign trip to Michigan, a Midwestern state with a large manufacturing sector that shocked political observers in 2016 when voters backed Trump and helped propel him to the White House.

“When we’re talking about manufacturing, when we’re talking about real expertise, we’re talking about Detroit,” Warren said.

The plan is likely to draw criticism from opponents who will argue the price tag is too high and that trying to quickly overhaul the U.S. energy sector would have crippling economic effects.

But Warren also released an evaluation of her three-part proposal conducted by Moody’s economist Mark Zandi, who argued the plan would help the economy on a large scale.

“There is no free lunch, and big businesses, oil and gas companies, and multinationals pay for the cost of this plan,” Zandi wrote. “The economy benefits, although it would take more than a decade for this benefit to be fully realized.”

The first part of Warren’s plan calls for spending $400 billion over 10 years on clean energy research and development.

Warren said she believes the United States could one day use no fossil fuels. “It’s part of our technological bandwidth,” she said in a brief news conference after the Detroit rally.

Next, Warren proposed increasing the amount the United States spends on “American-made clean, renewable, and emission-free energy products for federal, state, and local use, and for export.”

Warren said the United States currently spends $1.5 trillion on defense procurement, which she called “bloated,” and argued that an equal amount should be spent on clean energy.

As part of this proposal, Warren would require companies that sell to the federal government pay their employees at least $15 an hour, that employees receive 12 weeks paid family and medical leave and be able to form unions. Labor practices were included in Green New Deal proposals.

Finally, Warren called for creating a new federal office responsible for trying to get foreign countries to purchase U.S. clean energy technology.

Likening it to programs that help foreign countries buy U.S.-made weapons, Warren would allocate $100 billion to assist countries buying U.S. energy technologies.

While acknowledging ambitious goals that liberal advocates have supported to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net-zero by 2050, Warren said it was important that other countries cut emissions as well.

“We need other countries to slash their emissions, and that means we need to supply the world with clean energy products (at low enough prices to displace dirty alternatives) to put us on the right path,” Warren wrote on Medium.

Voice of America


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Voice of America: Argentina Supreme Court Upholds Glacier Protection Law

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Argentina’s Supreme Court upheld the country’s glacier protection law Tuesday, rejecting an effort by mining giant Barrick Gold Corp. to have it declared unconstitutional.

The decision was praised by environmentalists and marked a setback for one of the world’s biggest gold miners. 

 

Barrick argued that the 2010 law could affect its projects near glacial areas in Argentina. But the top court said Barrick had not proved that the law curbing mining on and around the country’s glaciers to protect water supplies caused any damage to the company.

Barrick owns Pascua-Lama, a high-altitude mine that straddles the Argentina-Chile border. It also runs the Veladero mine in Argentina’s San Juan province.

The Argentine law broadly defines glaciers, so it protects not only the icy masses most people think of but also “rock glaciers” and frozen groundwater on mountaintops where glaciers have melted away from the surface. The Argentine National Glacier Institute, which had a big hand in drafting the law, pushed the definition because it is believed most glacial water actually comes from such reserves.

“We celebrate the ruling because there’s no doubt that glaciers must be protected,” Greenpeace Argentina spokesperson Gonzalo Strano said in a statement.

“Barrick’s request to declare the unconstitutionality of the national law was a perverse play that fortunately lost,” Strano said. “Now, the law must be followed and Veladero must be closed. We can no longer allow mining on Argentine glaciers.” 

 

Representatives at Barrick could not immediately be reached for comment.

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Window on Eurasia — New Series: Shiyes Protests are What a Pre-Revolutionary Situation Looks Like, Dmitry Gudkov Says

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Paul Goble
            Staunton, May 4 – As more details emerge about the protests in the Russian North against Moscow’s plans to build a dump for the capital’s trash, it is becoming obvious that the demonstrations were far more political and radical than even initial reports suggested. (For a useful roundup of the later reporting, see svobodaradio.livejournal.com/3993724.html.)
            Epitomizing this radicalism were the remarks to the demonstrators by lawyer Andrey Nikulin. He told the crowd that “we see that in Shiyes, the authorities have approved the use of force to disperse a peaceful protest. This means that Vladimir Putin, the supreme commander, has declared war on the Komi Republic.
            “It is [Putin] who is the biggest supporter of the construction of a trash dump at Shiyez. He initiated it. And we must demand in the first instance his departure from office. Without this, nothing will change. Look at how the authorities ‘respect’ us – they buy up newspapers so that no one will find out we are holding a meeting.”
            But in this, they have failed, Nikulin suggested. “The entire world and all of Russia is following today’s measures. I know that even here are present representatives of the Presidential Administration sent from Moscow, but they are afraid to come out here and speak about their real position.”
            In response to this protest and these attitudes, opposition political Dmitry Gudkov argues that the situation in Shiyes is what a pre-revolutionary situation looks like (t.me/DmitryGudkov/1628).
            “You know what a pre-revolutionary situation looks like?” he asks rhetorically. “Here is what it looks like: Its when people have been left with no way out. When either they be poisoned [by trash] or they will save their own lives. ‘No one will give us any relief, not God, not tsar, and not a hero. We must achieve liberation by our own hands.’
            “Remember these lines? They come from a time of class struggle, but now they area about the struggle for one’s own life and the environment.”
            “Ninety percent of the protests in Russia now are green,” Gudkov continues. There may be enemies abroad and terrorists about. But trash dumps aren’t the work of the State Department or ISIS. They’re the work of “our very own powers that be, the friends of Vladimir Putin.”
When these powers that be accuse those protesting trash dumps as being “hirelings of Washington,” the people can quickly and easily see what the truth of the matter is, the opposition politician says. In Shiyes, they have begun to take action. Others will follow in their wake because that is how revolutions begin – and how they develop.

Window on Eurasia — New Series


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