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Germany ready to mend relations with the US

It is not every day that the Defense Minister of a major NATO ally proposes a new course in transatlantic relations, emotionally expressing his...
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Students who took part in rallies began to be expelled in Belarus

Now the students do not have any expulsion documents on hand. In Belarus, 18 students were expelled from the University of Culture and Arts due...
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US Presidential Election – Why Middle East Leaders Anxiously Await US Election Conclusion

World leaders closely watch the US presidential election, because soon the world will know who will become the new leader of America. Middle Easterners...
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US Presidential Election – Democrats want to investigate Russian supplies of ventilators that are...

A group of Democratic congressmen demanded from the State Department to provide comprehensive information on supplies ventilators from the USA to Russia and from...
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Turkey finds new gas reserves, how this influences the Geo-Politics of the Black Sea

On Saturday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Turkey's recent discovery of additional natural gas reserves in the Black Sea. This development shows that...
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US State Department expands sanctions against Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline

The U.S. Department of State has expanded sanctions against the Russian Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline... The measures are aimed at preventing the completion...
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The White House warns that Russia was using Rudy Giuliani

The US Secret Service warned the White House last year that Russian officials were using President Donald Trump's private lawyer, Trump Trump, to pass...
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Tsikhanouskaya announces an ultimatum to Lukashenko and gave the requirements for the regime

There are only three conditions. One of the leaders of the opposition in Belarus, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, announced a “People's Ultimatum” to the regime of the...
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European Union Sanctions against elites close to Putin in Russia

On Thursday, the European Union imposed sanctions against 7 Russian figures, due to the poisoning of Russian opposition Alexei Navalny, and the Russian role...
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Poisoning of Navalny – Maas called sanctions against Russians a signal to Moscow

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas during a joint press conference with Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau in Berlin said that the participants in the...

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