Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: ‘We Are in a Position to Do Far Worse’: Trump Warns Iran

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In June, US President Donald Trump reportedly called off a military strike against Iran over a downed Global Hawk spy drone. Now, the US president says the decision earned him enough credit to take much tougher action in case of future incidents.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: RT, Sputnik Chief Editor Says Outlets Outspoken About Russian State Funding

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – RT and Sputnik Chief Editor Margarita Simonyan said Monday that the news outlets have never made a secret of being financed by Moscow after a German spy agency claimed the two media organizations attempted to keep their affiliation under the radar.

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Sputnik International – Breaking News & Analysis – Radio, Photos, Videos, Infographics: US Rolls Out $4 Billion Tariff Threat on EU Goods Over Boeing-Airbus Squabble – Report

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Washington is seeking to retaliate against the EU over what it claims are illegal subsidies to European plane maker Airbus, while the EU notes that Washington subsidizes Boeing through numerous methods, including tax breaks. According to the World Trade Organization (WTO), both sides have their hands dirty.

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golosamerikius’s YouTube Videos: Где находится самый богемный район Нью-Йорка

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Как деревня на западе Манхэттена превратилась в один из самых престижных уголков мировой столицы
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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: “gregg jarrett” – Google News: Did political bias taint the Mueller probe from the beginning? – Yahoo News

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“gregg jarrett” – Google News: Did political bias taint the Mueller probe from the beginning? – Yahoo News
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Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty: Trump Describes Afghanistan As A ‘Lab For Terrorists’

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U.S. President Donald Trump has described Afghanistan as a “lab for terrorists,” saying in a television interview that if the United States withdraws its military forces from the country, he would still leave a “very strong intelligence” presence behind.

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“Right Cause party” – Google News: Hong Kong protests may give Taiwan’s leader a boost vs China – Washington Post

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Hong Kong protests may give Taiwan’s leader a boost vs China  Washington Post

Recent anti-government protests in Hong Kong may give a lift to Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s campaign to resist pressure from Beijing for political …

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“Right Cause party” – Google News: Hong Kong Protests May Help Taiwan’s Leader Resist China – Bloomberg

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Hong Kong Protests May Help Taiwan’s Leader Resist China  Bloomberg

Beijing (AP) — Recent anti-government protests in Hong Kong are echoing in Taiwan, possibly giving the island’s President Tsai Ing-wen a lift in her campaign to …

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Johnson’s Russia List: Economic Decline Won’t Spark a Revolution and Kremlin Sees No Need for Change, Inozemtsev Says

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(Paul Goble – Window on Eurasia – Staunton, June 27, 2019) Many suggest that the continuing economic decline of Russia will prompt people to go into the streets and demand change, Vladislav Inozemtsev says; but “nowhere on post-Soviet space have we see mass protests arise as a result of economic issues.” The Russian people will come to terms with their […]

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“Грузия” – Google Новости: Карасин: РФ и Грузия могут обсудить отношения на полях Женевской встречи – РИА НОВОСТИ

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Карасин: РФ и Грузия могут обсудить отношения на полях Женевской встречи  РИА НОВОСТИ

Представители России и Грузии могут обсудить двусторонние отношения стран на полях Женевской дискуссии по безопасности на Южном Кавказе, …

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“putin’s face” – Google News: Ian O’Doherty: ‘Farmers’ grievances show tensions that leave the EU struggling for strength in face of Putin and Trump’ – Independent.ie

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Ian O’Doherty: ‘Farmers’ grievances show tensions that leave the EU struggling for strength in face of Putin and Trump’  Independent.ie

It’s safe to say, without fear of exaggeration, that Europe is currently standing on the edge of a political cliff with no obvious way out.

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Voice of America – English: Scientists: Cigar-Shaped Object Not an Alien Spaceship

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After investigating the nature of a mysterious and apparently cigar-shaped object called ‘Oumuamua spotted in 2017 speeding through our solar system, astronomers remain uncertain over how to classify it, but are confident it is not an alien spaceship.

Its odd shape and motion had prompted some scientists to wonder whether ‘Oumuamua, the first object from another star system found passing through our solar system, was some sort of alien technology perhaps exploring the cosmos. But after poring over the data, an international team of researchers wrote that “we find no compelling evidence to favor an alien explanation.”

Scientists tracked the reddish-colored ‘Oumuamua from Oct. 14, 2017, until Jan. 2, 2018, after which it became too faint to detect even using the most powerful telescopes. It is estimated to be a half-mile (800 meters) long, tumbling through space.

Consistent with natural origin 

“Our key finding is that ‘Oumuamua’s properties are consistent with a natural origin and an alien explanation is unwarranted,” said University of Maryland astronomer Matthew Knight, co-leader of the research published in the Nature Astronomy.

“Yes, if it made a sudden, unexplainable turn that would certainly have warranted further exploration,” Knight added.

‘Oumuamua was first detected by the University of Hawaii’s Pan-STARRS1 telescope. Its name in the native Hawaiian language means a messenger arriving from a great distance.

Knight said it is not easy to fit ‘Oumuamua into familiar classifications such as a comet or asteroid.

“We have tried to avoid putting it in one of those boxes and prefer to call it more generically an ‘object,’” Knight said. “In simple terms, asteroids are rocky and devoid of ices, while comets are a mixture of rock and ice, so-called ‘dirty snowballs,’” Knight added.

Planetary building block

‘Oumuamua was somehow ejected from a distant star system, traversing through interstellar space and through our solar system. It deviated slightly from a path that would be explained purely by the Sun’s gravitational pull because of what some researchers said was apparently a very small emission of gas from its surface, indicative of a comet, though any such emission was so slight as to be undetected. It lacked a dust tail or gas jets, characteristic of comets.

The researchers wrote that a “straightforward explanation for ‘Oumuamua is that it is a planetesimal” — a planetary building block, or a fragment of one — formed in faraway star system.

Its composition remains a mystery, including whether it is just rock or includes some metal or other ingredients. It is currently beyond Saturn, dashing out of our solar system.

Voice of America – English


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Главные новости – Google Новости: “Аэрофлот” отменил ряд рейсов в Прагу после решения властей Чехии – РИА НОВОСТИ

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Voice of America – English: Report: FBI, DOJ ‘Deprioritize’ Investigating Far-Right Violence

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Despite rising incidence of far-right violence in the United States, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Justice Department continue to deprioritize investigating the violence and prosecuting its perpetrators, according to a report released Monday.

While a handful of high-profile cases are sometimes designated as acts of “domestic terrorism” and receive the law enforcement agencies’ full investigative attention, the overwhelming majority are treated as hate crimes, gang violence and run-of-the-mill homicides, pushing them down the agencies’ list of priorities, the report says.

The report was prepared by the Brennan Center for Justice a nonpartisan law and policy institute at New York University School of Law.

Labels matter

The label the FBI chooses to characterize an act of violence is important in determining the amount of resources devoted to the case and how wide an investigative net is cast, according to the report. Investigating terrorism currently tops the FBI’s list of eight priorities and is well resourced. Hate crimes rank fifth while gang violence comes in sixth.

FILE – A person pauses in front of Stars of David with the names of those killed in a deadly shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue, in Pittsburgh, Oct. 29, 2018.

“Under current Justice Department policies, how far-right violence targeting people based on race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability gets categorized is often arbitrary,” report authors Michael German and Emmanuel Mauleon write in “Fighting Far-Right Violence and Hate Crimes.” “But it has significant consequences for how federal officials label these crimes in public statements, how they prioritize and track them, and whether they will investigate and prosecute them.”

The report follows a string of high-profile far-right attacks that have highlighted the problem of right wing violence in the United States. Last October, white supremacist Robert Bowers burst into a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, synagogue, gunning down 11 worshippers and wounding six others. In April, another far-right extremist, John T. Earnest, walked into a San Diego synagogue, shooting four people, one fatally, just weeks after setting fire to a nearby mosque.

FILE – A makeshift memorial was placed by a light pole a block away from a shooting where one person was killed at the Congregation Chabad synagogue in Poway, north of San Diego, Calif., April 27, 2019.

Yet the FBI doesn’t keep track of the casualties, which serves to keep analysts and policymakers in the dark about the extent of the problem and how best to tackle it.

“It’s astonishing that with the FBI transitioning into an intelligence agency (in the post-9/11 era), it doesn’t know how many people white supremacists kill across this country every year,” said German, a former FBI undercover agent.

The FBI publishes an annual tally of hate crimes by race, religion, gender and a host of other categories. Last year, the bureau reported a total of more than 7,000 hate crimes in 2017.

Handing off hate crimes

The Brennan Center report also criticized the Justice Department for deferring the vast majority of hate crime investigations to state and local authorities who “are often ill-equipped or unwilling to properly respond to these crimes.” The report recommended that the FBI “treat all hate crime cases where deadly violence is involved among its top investigative priorities.”

The Justice Department prosecutes about 25 hate crime cases a year.

Asked for comment on the report, a Justice Department spokeswoman cited recent statements by top Justice officials that prosecuting hate crimes and domestic terrorism remains a top priority for the Justice Department.

FILE – Eric Dreiband testifies before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Sept. 6, 2017, regarding his nomination to be Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division.

“Anyone who commits a crime motivated by hatred for the race, color, religion, national origin or other protected trait of any person should be on notice: The United States government will use its enormous power to bring perpetrators to justice, and we will continue to do so for as long as it takes to rid our nation of these vile and monstrous crimes,” Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband said in a statement Friday after a federal judge imposed a life sentence on James Alex Fields Jr., who drove his car into a crowd in Charlottesville, Virginia, murdering a civil rights activist.

The FBI did not respond immediately to a request for comment on the report.

In May, Mike McGarrity, the FBI’s top counterterrorism official, told U.S. lawmakers that the bureau doesn’t “differentiate between a domestic attack we’re trying to stop or an international terrorism attack.”

“It’s a terrorist attack we’re trying to stop,” McGarrity testified before the House Committee on Homeland Security.

Voice of America – English


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Voice of America – English: Cattleman Laurentino Cortizo Sworn In as Panama’s President

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Cattleman Laurentino Cortizo was sworn in as Panama’s president Monday, saying he will work during his five-year term to boost the economy and bring transparency in contracting for public works projects.
 
The 66-year-old won an election two weeks ago that was the tightest in Panama’s recent history, triumphing with only 31 percent of the vote as the candidate of the Democratic Revolutionary Party.
 
Cortizo, who succeeds Juan Carlos Varela, said he would stoke the economy by pushing for public-private partnerships for infrastructure projects and also address corruption in government contracting.
 
“We have monumental challenges,” Cortizo said. “We’re coming off a decade lost to corruption. There’s no place for indifference in the country.”
 
Noting that some 700,000 of Panama’s 4 million citizens live in poverty, Cortizo said, “What a tremendous responsibility we have to those who have been left behind.”
 
Cortizo inherits a slowing economy and growing frustration among Panamanians about official corruption. The economy grew 3.7% last year and unemployment reached 6%.
 
The new president said he would create next week a Unit for the Competitiveness of International Services to make sure Panama is the top business services and logistics center in Latin America.
 
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and the presidents of Colombia, Peru, Bolivia and the Dominican Republic were among those at the ceremony. Ross said he had met with Cortizo on Sunday and discussed a desire to grow their economies together.
 
Cortizo also said he would work to repair Panama’s image as a fiscal haven that has not effectively cooperated in the fight against money laundering.
 
“This is a new beginning … (to) rescue Panama,” he said after being sworn in by the new leader of congress at a Panama City convention center. “Our country has been disrespected and mistreated. … It stops here! It stops today!”
 
Some analysts said the new president will have to focus on an internal cleanup regarding recurring scandals, some of them of international scope, such as a regionwide bribery case involving Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht.
 
“If Cortizo wants to improve Panama’s international reputation, he will have to attack corruption at home,” said Michael Shifter, president of the Inter-American Dialoge in Washington. “If he has success on that internal front, that will help repair the Panama’s image.”
 
Cortizo sent a strong message on corruption, savaging previous administrations in particular.
 
“We come from a lost decade … of corruption, of improvisation, of stealing money from Panamanians,” he said, though his party, which was last in power a decade ago, has also been implicated in scandal.

Voice of America – English


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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: Tired of Waiting for Russia and Turkey, U.S. Strikes Al-Qaeda in Syria – Breitbart

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Tired of Waiting for Russia and Turkey, U.S. Strikes Al-Qaeda in Syria  Breitbart

The U.S. military on Sunday launched deadly airstrikes against al-Qaeda-linked militants in Syria for the first time in two years.

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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: Russia Jails Kremlin Critic Navalny for 10 Days – Big News Network

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Russia Jails Kremlin Critic Navalny for 10 Days  Big News Network

MOSCOW – A Moscow court jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny for 10 days on Monday after finding him guilty of bre.

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“Russia Ukraine” – Google News: MH17 pilot’s decision to avoid storm put plane in sights of missile – NEWS.com.au

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MH17 pilot’s decision to avoid storm put plane in sights of missile  NEWS.com.au

The day was July 17, 2014, Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 had left Amsterdam Schiphol almost three and a half hours ago and the crew were busy serving lunch.

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“Right Cause party” – Google News: ‘Seinfeld’-style bottle deposit scam thwarted: Forest Grove Police Log – OregonLive

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‘Seinfeld’-style bottle deposit scam thwarted: Forest Grove Police Log  OregonLive

Not every police agency provides a log of its responses, and few do it with the finesse of the Forest Grove Police Department. Every week, we post the goings on …

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Russia again calls UN Security Council over Ukrainian language law  UNIAN

Russia is again calling a UN Security Council meeting over the Ukrainian language law. The Russian side already tried to gather a council meeting on the law …

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