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27.06.2017
23:33 Telegraph.co.ukRoman Abramovich dragged into scandal over Russia 2018 World Cup bid

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23:08 Telegraph.co.ukGarcia report Q&A: what are the findings and what do they mean for Russia 2018 and Qatar 2022?

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23:08 Telegraph.co.ukBashar al-Assad visits Russian air base in Syria after US warning

www.telegraph.co.uk for the latest news from the UK and around the world.

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20:42 Financial TimesTrump looks to draw thicker red line in Syria

Assad regime and Russia push back against White House chemical weapons warning

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20:28 L.A. TimesCyberattack causes disruptions in Europe; Ukraine reports serious intrusions

A massive, international cyberattack using malicious data-scrambling software started in Ukraine on Tuesday afternoon before apparently reaching Russia’s top oil producer and quickly making its way across Europe.
In Kiev, the Ukrainian government reported disruptions, including in the country’s...

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20:26 Washington PostKissinger: Chaos in the west could give boost to Russia

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on Tuesday warned of Russia’s simmering alienation from its western neighbors but said he believed that President Vladimir Putin will ultimately work toward cooperative relationships with countries on its borders.

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20:17 ReutersU.S. worries Russia could step up North Korea support to fill China void

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - As the United States pressures China to enforce United Nations sanctions on its ally North Korea, Washington is concerned that Russia could provide support to Pyongyang and fill any vacuum left by Beijing, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Tuesday.

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19:41 Euronews.NetJury retires in Nemtsov murder trial

The outspoken opponent of President Vladimir Putin was shot dead as he walked across a bridge in Moscow

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19:27 TheStar.comA new global cyberattack is spreading rapidly, causing mass disruption in Europe

PARIS—A new and highly virulent outbreak of malicious data-scrambling software appears to be causing mass disruption across Europe, hitting Ukraine especially hard.
Company and government officials reported serious intrusions at the Ukrainian power grid, banks and government offices, where one senior official posted a photo of a darkened computer screen and the words, “the whole network is down.” Ukraine’s prime minister said the attack was unprecedented but that “vital systems haven’t been affected.”
Russia’s Rosneft oil company also reported falling victim to hacking, as did Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk.
“We are talking about a cyberattack,” said Anders Rosendahl, a spokesman for the Copenhagen-based group. “It has affected all branches of our business, at home and abroad.”
The number of companies and agencies reportedly affected by the ransomware

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18:51 Aljazeera.NetHackers cause disruption in several European countries

Cyberattacks in Ukraine, Denmark and Russia, among others, target companies, banks and government offices.

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18:49 CNNControversial Russian ambassador leaving US

The Russian Ambassador to the US at the center of a political firestorm over his encounters with associates of President Donald Trump is leaving his post and returning to Moscow.

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18:49 CNNUS lists China as among worst human trafficking offenders

A new US State Department report lists China as among the worst offenders for human trafficking, joining countries including Russia, Syria and Iran on the lowest rung of the annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report.

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18:29 Washington PostFIFA has published investigator Michael Garcia’s report into World Cup bidding won by Russia and Qatar

FIFA has published investigator Michael Garcia’s report into World Cup bidding won by Russia and Qatar.

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18:20 BBCRusada: Russia anti-doping agency to resume drug testing under supervision

Russia is to be allowed to resume drug testing of its athletes under supervision, the World Anti-Doping Agency announces.

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18:09 ReutersCyber attack hits oil giant and banks in Russia and Ukraine

MOSCOW/KIEV (Reuters) - Russia's top oil producer Rosneft said a large-scale cyber attack hit its servers on Tuesday and computer systems at some banks and the main airport in neighboring Ukraine were also disrupted.

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18:09 NewYork TimesNew Global Cyberattack Spread From Russia to Britain

The hack bore similarities to a recent one that crippled tens of thousands of machines.

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18:08 International Herald TribuneNew Global Cyberattack Spread From Russia to Britain

The hack bore similarities to a recent one that crippled tens of thousands of machines.

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17:08 TheStar.comTrump attacks CNN for ‘fake news’ after it retracts Russia-related story

NEW YORK—U.S. President Donald Trump used the resignations of three CNN journalists involved in a retracted Russia-related story to resume his attack on the network’s credibility Tuesday.
The story was about a supposed investigation into a pre-inaugural meeting between a Trump associate and the head of a Russian investment fund. CNN accepted the journalists’ resignations Monday.
Trump wrote in a Tuesday morning tweet, “Wow, CNN had to retract big story on ‘Russia,’ with 3 employees forced to resign. What about all the other phoney stories they do? FAKE NEWS!”
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A message seeking comment was left at CNN.
The story was posted on the network’s website Thursday and was removed, with all links disabled, Friday night. CNN immediately apologized to Anthony Scaramucci, the Trump transition team member who was reported to be involved in the

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16:12 Telegraph.co.ukTrump attacks CNN after resignations of three journalists over retracted Russia-related story 

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16:02 Financial TimesRosneft says it has been hit by ‘powerful’ cyber attack

Russian oil group says production unaffected after switch to standby system

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15:49 Washington PostJury to deliberate in Nemtsov murder case

A jury is expected to begin deliberating in the trial of five men accused of involvement in the murder of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov.

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14:55 NewYork TimesSyria Denies Planning Another Chemical Attack

The government in Damascus and its Russian patrons rejected an accusation from the White House, calling it a provocation.

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14:54 International Herald TribuneSyria Denies Planning Another Chemical Attack

The government in Damascus and its Russian patrons rejected an accusation from the White House, calling it a provocation.

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13:09 NewYork TimesBest of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Is Not Asking the Russians to Help Him Become President

The “Late Show” host clarified some remarks he’d made during a visit to Russia.

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13:08 International Herald TribuneBest of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Is Not Asking the Russians to Help Him Become President

The “Late Show” host clarified some remarks he’d made during a visit to Russia.

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12:23 Washington PostSenior Russian lawmaker accuses US of provocation over Syria

A senior Russian lawmaker has dismissed the United States’ warning about a potential chemical weapons attack in Syria as “provocation.”

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11:31 Telegraph.co.ukGlobal image of the US has plummeted under Donald Trump - but not in Russia

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10:46 ReutersTrump son-in-law Kushner hires prominent trial lawyer: NYT

(Reuters) - President Donald Trump's son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, has hired a prominent trial lawyer to help represent him in inquiries linked to Russia, the New York Times reported on Monday citing another member of his legal team.

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04:47 BBC£100m from West to clean up Russian nuclear base

Western nations are giving Russia nearly £100m to clear up nuclear waste at Andreyeva Bay, a contaminated Cold War submarine base.

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03:26 TheStar.comUnder Trump, a majority of Canadians dislike the U.S. for the first time in 35 years, likely much longer

WASHINGTON—A deep national revulsion toward President Donald Trump has sent Canadians’ opinions of the United States plummeting to a level of antipathy never before seen in the 35 years a pollster has been asking.
A major Pew Research survey released on Monday found that just 43 per cent of Canadians hold a favourable view of the U.S., 51 per cent an unfavourable view.
That is a steep decline since last year, the final year of Democrat Barack Obama’s presidency, when Pew found 65 per cent of Canadians favourably disposed to the U.S. And it is lower than even the low point of the unpopular presidency of Republican George W. Bush, when 55 per cent of Canadians were favourable.
At no time since at least the early 1980s, and likely much earlier, has a majority of Canadians held a negative view of our neighbour and ally.
“Maybe it was pretty bad in 1812,” joked Environics Institute executive director Keith Neuman,

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01:44 L.A. TimesSergey Kislyak, D.C.'s most famous — or infamous — ambassador, on his way out

Remarkably fresh despite the tropical heat, Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak was doing what he does best: hobnobbing in a room full of diplomats and dignitaries.
Only the setting was unusual for the most famous — or infamous — foreign envoy assigned to Washington in decades. He was in Cancun,...

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00:53 Telegraph.co.ukGarcia report into Fifa's bidding process that awarded World Cups to Russia and Qatar is leaked

www.telegraph.co.uk for the latest news from the UK and around the world.

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00:01 Washington PostTop Russian and US diplomats discuss cease-fire for Syria

The top diplomats of Russia and the United States have focused on the Syrian crisis in a phone call.

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26.06.2017
23:40 Telegraph.co.ukRussia will envy Royal Navy's new aircraft carrier, says Fallon

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22:23 BBCFifa: Russian doping claims are 'made-up news', says World Cup organiser

Russian football has no doping problem, and claims that suggest otherwise are "made-up news", says 2018 World Cup chief Alexey Sorokin.

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21:59 ReutersTrump says Obama 'colluded' on Russia, without giving evidence

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday demanded that investigators apologize for looking into Russian interference and possible collusion with his 2016 election campaign, accusing predecessor President Barack Obama of having "colluded or obstructed," but he did not provide evidence.

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21:45 International Herald TribuneTrump, on Twitter, Targets Obama and Russia

The president demanded in a series of tweets that his critics give him “an apology” for any suggestion that “T people” had colluded with Russia or obstructed justice.

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21:32 NewYork TimesTrump, on Twitter, Targets Obama and Russia

The president demanded in a series of tweets that his critics give him “an apology” for any suggestion that “T people” had colluded with Russia or obstructed justice.

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20:35 Washington PostRussian navy test-fires submarine-launched missile

The Russian military says it has successfully test-fired a submarine-launched intercontinental ballistic missile.

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20:23 Washington PostRussia says extremists planned deadly bombing using encrypted chat app

The Telegram app has become a focus of Russian efforts to curb the use of encrypted chat programs, which are also used by opposition activists.

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19:10 ForbesRussia's Poisonous Tactics

BY VLADIMIR KARA-MURZA -- Whether dropped on entire villages or injected in a targeted fashion, the deliberate use of poisons on human beings is an unacceptable practice that cannot be tolerated—in Syria, in Russia, or anywhere else.

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18:01 Euronews.NetRussia threatens to block Telegram app over terror links

The FSB, Russia's security service, claims the perpetrators of April's deadly attack at St Petersburg metro used the messenger service

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16:21 Washington PostRussians rank Stalin as the ‘most outstanding’ person

An opinion poll shows that a majority of Russians think Soviet leader Josef Stalin was the “most outstanding person” in history.

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15:11 Washington PostFor Russians, Stalin is the 'most outstanding' figure in world history. Putin is next.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has raised Stalin's profile as the victory of World War II rather than the strongman of the Gulag.

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15:02 BBCRussia targets Telegram app after St Petersburg bombing

A suicide bomber who killed 15 people in St Petersburg used the messaging app, officials say.

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13:40 TheStar.comBrampton searching for new vision after hire of urban planner

Larry Beasley has madehis mark on the urban landscapes of Vancouver, Abu Dhabi, Dallas and Moscow. But his next challenge is to usher in one of Canada’s most important suburbs into the future.
Beasley’s next stop is Brampton, Ontario.
Brampton’s Chief Administrative Officer Harry Schlange has tasked Beasley to make the city “future-ready.” It’s a new idea that captures the burgeoning community’s desperate desire to transform their home into a world-leading city—desperate because Brampton’s population is set to grow from 600,000 to close to one million in the next 20 to 25 years.
In this rapidly growing suburb, Beasley, who has been retained as an advisor to assist the city’s planning department, sees potential to dream big. Brampton has never had a master plan, so there is an opportunity to reinvent city centres and neighbourhood developments. More importantly, Brampton has one of

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13:24 Telegraph.co.ukRussian billionaire Mikhail Friedman in £1.7bn swoop on Holland & Barrett 

www.telegraph.co.uk for the latest news from the UK and around the world.

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08:22 ForbesJared Kushner In His Own Words On The Trump Data Operation The FBI Is Reportedly Probing

Jared Kushner In His Own Words On The Trump Data Operation The FBI Is Reportedly Probing The FBI probe into possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election has reportedly turned its focus on Jared Kushner What does Jared Kushner say

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02:29 TheStar.comObama made ‘serious mistake’ letting Russia off hook, says key Democrat

WASHINGTON—Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff and President Donald Trump don’t agree on much about Russia’s meddling in the 2016 U.S. elections, but they agree on this: President Barack Obama should have done more to stop Moscow from interfering.
Obama made a “very serious mistake” in not doing more about Russia’s intervention in the presidential election campaign, Schiff, the top-ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said Sunday.
“The administration needed to call out Russia earlier, and needed to act to deter and punish Russia earlier,” Schiff said on CNN’s State of the Union. “I think the Obama administration should have done more when it became clear that not only was Russia intervening, but it was being directed at the highest levels of the Kremlin.”
Obama did announce in December a series of sanctions against Russia for its attempts to influence the November

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00:56 NewYork TimesWhite House Memo: Trump’s Deflections and Denials on Russia Frustrate Even His Allies

The president’s refusal to acknowledge Russia’s cyberattacks last year, as well as the threat of future incursions, has dismayed fellow Republicans.

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00:55 International Herald TribuneWhite House Memo: Trump’s Deflections and Denials on Russia Frustrate Even His Allies

The president’s refusal to acknowledge Russia’s cyberattacks last year, as well as the threat of future incursions, has dismayed fellow Republicans.

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00:44 Financial TimesFridman fund to buy Holland & Barrett for £1.8bn

Russian billionaire’s investment vehicle L1 Retail to take over health foods retailer

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00:42 Washington PostEurope has been working to expose Russian meddling for years

Official and unofficial groups use a variety of tactics to counter fake news promulgated by Moscow.

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25.06.2017
22:05 CNN

Brian Klaas from London's School of Economics discusses President Trump's criticism of former President Obama over his handling of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

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18:29 Euronews.NetFIFA investigating Russia's entire 2014 World Cup squad for alleged doping

Russia's state-sponsored doping scandal reaches football as FIFA investigates entire 2014 World Cup squad.

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17:58 ReutersTop Democrat slams Obama administration's response to Russian hacks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top Democrat on the U.S. House Intelligence Committee on Sunday criticized the administration of former President Barack Obama for not taking earlier and tougher action against Russia for its alleged hacks aimed at swaying the Nov. 8 election for Donald Trump.

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17:36 BBCFifa looking into anti-doping claims from McLaren report

Fifa says "it is still investigating the allegations" that footballers were part of a state-sponsored doping programme in Russia.

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17:35 TheStar.comCyberattack hits British Parliament; Russian hackers reportedly selling passwords

LONDON—The British Parliament was the target of a cyberattack that left many legislators unable to access their emails Saturday as remote access to accounts was disabled as a security measure.
Legislators were made aware of the problem Friday night, and Chris Rennard, a Liberal Democrat member of the House of Lords, publicized the problem in a Twitter message Saturday, saying those with “urgent messages” should text him.
Last week, there were reports in The Times of London that the passwords of British Cabinet ministers, ambassadors and senior police officers were being sold online after Russian hacking groups gained access.
According to The Times, the stolen data revealed the private login details of 1,000 British members of Parliament and parliamentary staff, 7,000 police employees and more than 1,000 Foreign Office

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15:42 TheStar.comIs the beaver truly nature’s architect or just a ‘dentally defective rat’? — Canadian Myths

The myth: The beaver etched on our five-cent coin can’t possibly compete with more majestic symbols, such as Britain’s lion or the U.S. bald eagle. But the rodent doesn’t just represent an idea of strength and fierceness — it played a role in the founding of Canada.
Beaver pelts hang from racks in the cavernous warehouse of North American Fur Auctions in northwest Toronto, one of only a few places in the world where wild fur is still sold to the highest bidder.
Nearby are neat rows of lynx and bobcat skins from the southern U.S., as well as farmed mink, all divided into sample lots so bidders can examine the quality of the fur. A slightly sour smell wafts off the dried unprocessed skins.
A grader pulls a bundle of red-tinged beaver pelts onto a table for inspection, explaining how the fur has been burned by urine, which can happen after a winter of beavers crammed one on top of the other in their lodge.
Above, the

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15:17 TheStar.comCapturing a country through sport: The heartbreaks

To celebrate our country’s birthday, the Star is showcasing 150 of the quintessential Canadian sporting characters and moments of the last 150 years. In Part 4 of our 10-part series, we shed light on some of the more disappointing and heartbreaking events in our history:
Ben Johnson
He seemed to redefine what was humanly possible in 1988 when he exploded out of the blocks and crossed the line in 9.79 seconds to win the 100-metre sprint at the Seoul Olympics.
Ben Johnson was so far ahead he had to glance back at his American rival Carl Lewis when he raised his right arm in the air to indicate that he was No. 1.
And the 26-year-old Canadian was — for two days — until his lab tests came back positive for anabolic steroids and he was stripped of his Olympic gold medal and world-record time.
Canadians who had stayed up late to watch the thrilling race on TV and felt buoyed by his triumph now owned his humiliation as

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13:02 Washington PostRussia kills 2 suspected militants in the North Caucasus

Russian security forces say they have killed two suspected militants during a gun battle in a volatile region of Russia’s North Caucasus.

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11:43 Aljazeera.NetRussia is at a dead-end in Syria

Russia is struggling and failing to find a way out of the Syrian quagmire.

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07:38 Financial TimesKushner meeting shines spotlight on Russian bank

Moscow-controlled VEB has no banking licence but supports Kremlin’s priority projects

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06:14 TheStar.com Trump lashes out at Obama over latest report on Russian election meddling

U.S. president Donald Trump on Saturday called out Obama administration officials for not taking stronger actions against Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election, contradicting his past statements and suggesting without proof that they were trying to help Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
His tweets came after the Washington Post revealed Friday that the Obama White House had received reports as early as August 2016 regarding Russian President Vladimir Putin’s direct involvement in the cyber campaign with instructions to defeat or damage Clinton and help to elect Trump, according to “sourcing deep inside the Russian government.”
The Obama administration would not publicly say Russia was attempting to interfere with the election until Oct. 7, and the news of Putin’s attempts to aid Trump would not surface until after the election.
Trump has long disputed that the Russians interfered with the election,

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06:14 TheStar.comThe Leafs get bigger on second day of NHL draft

CHICAGO—Maple Leafs assistant general manager Mark Hunter ran his third draft and if there was a theme, it was “a big, strong guy.” The Leafs took two six-foot-six defenceman on Saturday — and nobody under six-feet tall — on the second and final day of the 2017 NHL draft.
Counting Timothy Liljegren, chosen in Friday’s first round, the Leafs took four defencemen with their seven picks.
“We took who we thought was the best player at the moment. It seemed like there was more defence in the draft this year,” Hunter said. “We filled some holes. Now it’s time for our development department to take over and help make these young men better.”
Here’s how Saturday’s picks size up and what Hunter likes about them.
Eemeli Rasanen
Defenceman
Second round, 59th overall
Hometown: Joensuu, Finland
Vitals: 6-foot-6, 214 pounds
Shoots: Right
Junior:

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05:44 Telegraph.co.ukDonald Trump accuses Barack Obama of 'inaction' over Russian involvement in presidential election 

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02:30 BBCIs this Russia's green screen queen?

Russian YouTuber Tatiana Subbotina shares how she "travels the world" without leaving her home.

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01:39 BBCTrump accuses Obama of inaction over Russia meddling claim

The president says his predecessor "did nothing" despite knowing of meddling claims before the poll.

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24.06.2017
20:33 Washington PostRussia warns Norway that hosting US Marines will hurt ties

Russia has told Norway that the extension of a U.S. military deployment in the country will hit diplomatic ties.

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14:10 Washington PostIn Moscow, 1 million people visit relics of popular saint

Over a million people have visited relics of Saint Nicholas, one of the Russian Orthodox Church’s most revered figures, since they were brought to Moscow last month.

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13:48 ReutersNorway-Russia relations to deteriorate following U.S. Marines' base extension: Russian embassy

OSLO (Reuters) - Norway's decision to extend the presence of U.S. Marines on its soil will worsen relations with neighboring Russia and could escalate tensions on NATO's northern flank, the Russian embassy in Oslo told Reuters on Saturday.

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09:47 Aljazeera.NetRussia bars Alexei Navalny from 2018 presidential bid

Election body says Alexei Navalny ineligible to run in 2018 presidential vote due to suspended five-year jail sentence.

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01:33 L.A. TimesRussia's answer to charges of meddling in U.S. elections: You're messing with ours, too

When it comes to accusations that Russia hacked or otherwise interfered in last year’s U.S. presidential election, the Kremlin has consistently denied any involvement.
Now, some Russian officials are pointing the finger at Washington, saying it’s America that is meddling in Moscow’s domestic affairs....

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23.06.2017
22:14 ForbesHere's How Europe's Russian Sanctions Differ From Washington's

Europe extended sanctions on parts of Ukraine and on Russian banks, but Washington thinks they do not go far enough.

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20:22 TheStar.comToronto-born son of Russian spies wins fight to regain Canadian citizenship

OTTAWA—The Toronto-born son of Russian spies has won a court battle to regain his Canadian citizenship after it was revoked by Ottawa.
The long-awaited Federal Court of Appeal decision in Alexander Vavilov’s favour is the latest twist in an intriguing espionage saga that spans continents and cultures.
Vavilov was born in 1994 as Alexander Philip Anthony Foley to Donald Heathfield and Tracey Ann Foley. The following year the family — including an older boy, Timothy — left Canada for France, where they spent four years before moving to the United States.
Alexander’s life unravelled one day in June 2010 when the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation turned up at the family’s Boston-area home.
“I remember vividly the FBI agents entering our house with weapons as I walked down the stairs,” he said in an affidavit filed with the court. “My parents were handcuffed in front of my eyes and I was

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19:15 Telegraph.co.ukPhotos show dramatic near miss of Russian and US jets in 'dangerous' interception over Baltic Sea

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18:56 Euronews.NetRussia is a 'servile generation', says Nobel Prize winner in disputed interview

Nobel Literature Prize winner Svetlana Alexievich has become embroiled in a controversy following a hard-hitting interview which she asked not to be

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18:46 BBCTrump casts doubt on Russia investigator Mueller

The president questions the neutrality of the man investigating alleged election interference.

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18:34 BBCRussian warships launch missiles at IS targets in Syria

Missiles are fired from the Mediterranean at Islamic State group targets in Syria.

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17:58 BBCAlexei Navalny barred from Russia presidential poll

The anti-corruption campaigner led mass street protests against Vladimir Putin in 2011-12.

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17:55 Washington PostFounder of Russian messaging app defies official ultimatum

The founder of a Russian encrypted messaging app is defying the government’s request to provide information about his company.

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17:16 Euronews.NetMoscow artist 'arrested for wearing a virtual reality headset'

A woman has claimed she was arrested in Moscow for refusing to remove a virtual-reality (VR) headset. Artist-activist Katrin Nenasheva was detained

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17:13 Washington PostUS releases photos of ‘unsafe’ Russian jet intercept

The U.S. European Command has released dramatic photos of a Russian jet coming within a few feet of a U.S. Air Force reconnaissance jet over the Baltic Sea in a maneuver that has been criticized as unsafe.

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17:05 ReutersRussia's election commission says Navalny can not run for presidency

(Reuters) - Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny can not run for presidency because of his criminal conviction, the Central Election Commission, said in a statement on Friday.

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16:31 Washington PostKazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan deny reports they are in talks with Russia to send troops to Syria

Russia suggested that soldiers from the two countries could help police "de-escalation zones."

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16:18 NewYork TimesTrump Indicates Tweet on Tapes Was Meant to Affect Comey Testimony

In an interview on “Fox & Friends,” the president also raised questions about the impartiality of the special counsel for the Russia investigation, Robert S. Mueller III.

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16:15 International Herald TribuneTrump Indicates Tweet on Tapes Was Meant to Affect Comey Testimony

In an interview on “Fox & Friends,” the president also raised questions about the impartiality of the special counsel for the Russia investigation, Robert S. Mueller III.

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16:05 ForbesPutin Tells Russia State Owned Oil Firm Rosneft To Pay Up

Russia's sanctioned oil giant Rosneft about to increase its dividend payout by 50%.

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14:22 Euronews.NetRussia launches attacks on ISIL in Syria

Russia launches missiles at ISIL fired from the Med

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12:47 ReutersUnder pressure, Western tech firms bow to Russian demands to share cyber secrets

WASHINGTON/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Western technology companies, including Cisco, IBM and SAP, are acceding to demands by Moscow for access to closely guarded product security secrets, at a time when Russia has been accused of a growing number of cyber attacks on the West, a Reuters investigation has found.

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10:59 ReutersBaghdadi death near 100 percent certain: Ifax quotes Russian senator

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The likelihood that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed is close to 100 percent, Interfax news agency quoted Viktor Ozerov, the head of the defense committee in the Russian upper house of parliament, as saying on Friday.

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10:20 Washington PostRussia fires missiles from Mediterranean at IS in Syria

Russia’s Defense Ministry says it has fired cruise missiles from the Mediterranean Sea on positions of the Islamic State group in Syria.

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04:00 Telegraph.co.uk'Russian hackers traded' passwords of senior British politicians and diplomats

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22.06.2017
21:15 Washington PostEuropean Union chief Donald Tusk says the EU will extend sanctions against Russia over Ukraine

European Union chief Donald Tusk says the EU will extend sanctions against Russia over Ukraine .

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20:07 Telegraph.co.ukRussian internet users ponder what Vladimir Putin told grumpy Dmitry Medvedev 

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18:54 Washington PostThe Latest: Official: Russia proposing monitors inside Syria

The Latest on the conflict in Syria (all times local):

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18:18 Telegraph.co.ukPeter Hambro ousted from gold miner Petropavlovsk after losing board battle with Russian investors

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17:57 Washington PostRussian Diplomat: Probable that IS leader killed in May

A senior Russian diplomat says the head of the Islamic State group has most likely been killed in a Russian airstrike.

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17:41 TheStar.comJust like old times: Trump says 18 false things at Iowa campaign rally

WASHINGTON—U.S. President Donald Trump held a campaign rally in Iowa on Wednesday. It was just like old times.
He insulted Hillary Clinton. He insulted Chicago. He attributed a sensational claim to an unnamed buddy of his.
He floated a confusing proposal, promising to change welfare law to something that sounds identical to current welfare law. He executed a dizzying shift in rhetoric, applauding himself for appointing a former Goldman Sachs executive after railing against Goldman Sachs. And he revealed an unbaked plan — to turn his hypothetical giant wall on the Mexican border into a power-generating “solar wall” that would reduce the hypothetical reimbursement bill he still insists he will be sending to Mexico.
More than anything, though, he made things up.
Trump averages two false claims a day as president. When he was on the campaign trail, giving longer and less scripted speeches, he averaged more than 15 per day.

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17:39 Washington PostAlly of Russian opposition leader sent to jail for 5 days

A Moscow court has sentenced an ally of the Russian opposition leader to five days in jail for organizing a webcast of massive anti-government protests earlier this month.

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