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      Putin starts fourth term
      May06

      Putin starts fourth term

      MOSCOW: Vladimir Putin will on Monday be inaugurated for his fourth Kremlin term under the shadow of hugely strained ties with the West and a crackdown on the opposition, with Alexei Navalny and hundreds more detained at the weekend. Opposition leader Navalny was held along with nearly 1,600 of his supporters on Saturday during nationwide rallies...

      Liverpool ready for new golden era
      May03

      Liverpool ready for new golden era

      LONDON: Fuelled by Mohamed Salah’s astonishing feats and inspired by Jurgen Klopp’s tactical mastery, Liverpool are ready to launch a new golden era after sealing their return to the Champions League final. For the first time in 11 years, Liverpool has reached the showpiece of Europe’s elite club competition as a dramatic 4-2...

      G7 united against Russia, doubts remain on Iran deal
      Apr23

      G7 united against Russia, doubts remain on Iran deal

      TORONTO: The Group of Seven industrialized nations presented a stern common front against Russian aggression Sunday at their foreign ministers conference in Toronto. But for all the talk of resisting the “malign activities” of Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin, Washington’s European partners are still concerned that President Donald Trump will...

      G7 leaders seek common front on Russia stand-off
      Apr22

      G7 leaders seek common front on Russia stand-off

      TORONTO, CANADA: The foreign ministers of the Group of Seven industrialized nations were gathered in Toronto on Sunday seeking a common front against what they see as provocation from Vladimir Putin’s Russia. The envoys will also be keen to glean clues from their US colleague about whether President Donald Trump plans to tear up the Iran...

      Trump campaign, Russia sued
      Apr21

      Trump campaign, Russia sued

      WASHINGTON, D.C.: The Democratic Party filed a lawsuit on Friday (Saturday in Manila) alleging that Russia, WikiLeaks and top officials from Donald Trump’s campaign conspired to tilt the 2016 US presidential election in the Republican’s favor. The civil complaint filed in federal court in Manhattan by the Democratic National Committee...

      Democrats sue Trump campaign, Russia for alleged conspiracy
      Apr21

      Democrats sue Trump campaign, Russia for alleged conspiracy

      WASHINGTON, D.C.: The Democratic Party filed a lawsuit Friday alleging that Russia, WikiLeaks and top officials from Donald Trump’s campaign conspired to tilt the 2016 US presidential election in the Republican’s favor. The civil complaint filed in federal court in Manhattan by the Democratic National Committee alleges that Russia...

      Indonesia seizes alleged ‘slave ship’ wanted by Interpol
      Apr10

      Indonesia seizes alleged ‘slave ship’ wanted by Interpol

      JAKARTA: Indonesia seized an alleged “slave ship” following a dramatic high seas chase sparked by an Interpol alert after the vessel escaped capture in China and Mozambique, authorities said on Tuesday. Interpol tipped off Indonesian authorities that the stateless STS-50, a vessel with a notorious maritime rap sheet, would be entering the...

      US slaps sanctions on Putin’s allies
      Apr07

      US slaps sanctions on Putin’s allies

      WASHINGTON, D.C.: The United States struck President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle on Friday (Saturday in Manila), imposing sanctions on seven of Russia’s most influential oligarchs and stoking a diplomatic crisis some have dubbed a new Cold War. Those hit include metals magnate Oleg Deripaska, described as operating for the Russian...

      US imposes sanctions on Putin’s oligarch allies
      Apr07

      US imposes sanctions on Putin’s oligarch allies

      WASHINGTON, D.C.: The United States struck President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle Friday, imposing sanctions on seven of Russia’s most influential oligarchs and stoking a diplomatic crisis some have dubbed a new Cold War. Those hit include metals magnate Oleg Deripaska, described as operating for the Russian government, as well as...

      Estonia calls for deployment of US troops, Patriot missiles
      Apr05

      Estonia calls for deployment of US troops, Patriot missiles

      WASHINGTON, D.C.: Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid called for US Patriot missiles and troops to be deployed to her small Baltic state Wednesday, telling AFP it was necessary to make deterrence “believable” for Russia. In an interview coinciding with her visit to the White House, the conservative leader said the deployment of American materiel...