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A combination of images of Russian nationwide weekend dailies' front pages on downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in Moscow Russia, some of them reading "298 Victims of Someone Else's War," and "Kick From Behind."
I make no apology for maintaining a string of posts on the subject of Russia. The fact is that Putin's mafia state, nuclear armed as it is, poses an existential threat to the freedom and prosperity of the West and to the peace of the whole world.
Romania's President Traian Basescu on Monday accused the European Union of being weak and too slow in imposing sanctions on Russia to deter it from encroaching further into Europe after its annexation of Ukraine's Crimea.
COSPAR Scientific Assemblies belong to the most important meetings in space research, usually involving thousands of scientists and students and covering virtually every aspect of space science and exploration, from near Earth environment to the most deep space, brought to the audience by immediate participants and leaders of space projects.
Russia's billionaires 'horrified' at sanctions threat that could push economy into recession threat but too terrified of Putin to speak out Russian businessmen dare not speak out about the threat of sanctions because they are so terrified of Vladimir Putin, it has been claimed Russia's billionaire businessmen are 'horrified' at the prospect of ... (more)
The tragic downing of a Malaysian passenger plane sent Putin's elaborate propaganda machine into overdrive, ultimately causing it to unravel.
MOSCOW, Russia -Following a telephone call with French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel Sunday, Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron called for fresh sanctions on Russia over its involvement in the Ukraine crisis.
Hundreds of protests are taking place across United States this weekend in opposition to the surge of immigrants illegally crossing the country's southern border and proposed immigration reform that organizers say gives amnesty to those already living illegal in the United States.
In this June 30, 2010 file photo, a Russian SA-11 launcher is displayed at a military show at the international forum "Technologies in machine building 2010" in Zhukovsky, outside Moscow.
The government in Kiev said militiamen have removed 38 bodies from the crash site in eastern Ukraine and have taken them to the rebel-held city of Donetsk.
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