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11.01.2019
22:23 Telegraph.co.ukMonitors not allowed to speak with British 'spy' in Moscow jail

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

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15:50 Financial TimesFrance to put Danske Bank back under investigation

Move follows allegation by anti-Russian graft campaigner Bill Browder that lender lied

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03:51 ReutersTreasury's Mnuchin defends U.S. decision to lift sanctions on Russian firms

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin insisted on Thursday that the Trump administration would keep tight control on companies linked to Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, despite last month's decision to ease restrictions on the firms.

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03:51 NewYork TimesProsecutors Examining Ukrainians Who Flocked to Trump Inaugural

The Ukrainians were in Washington pushing plans that, in some cases, would have steered the incoming administration to lift tough sanctions on Russia.

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03:50 International Herald TribuneProsecutors Examining Ukrainians Who Flocked to Trump Inaugural

The Ukrainians were in Washington pushing plans that, in some cases, would have steered the incoming administration to lift tough sanctions on Russia.

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02:49 Financial TimesMichael Cohen to testify publicly before Congress

President’s former lawyer to face questions about ties between Trump campaign and Russia

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02:37 CNNBBC probed for possible 'terrorist' content by Russian media regulator

BBC's Russian-language website is being investigated by Russia's telecommunications regulator Roskomnadzor for possible "terrorist content."

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10.01.2019
23:20 Telegraph.co.ukReport links journalists' murder in Africa to the Russian mercenaries they were investigating

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

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23:20 TheStar.comVirtual firing range ends brief tenure on Danforth Ave.

When Daniel Niszcz was looking for places to rent out for Echelon International, his fledgling business running a virtual firing range, he had certain criteria in mind.
It had to be fairly large — big enough to accommodate a projection video screen for the competition-style targets, and a row of shooters, using laser-assisted replica firearms. It had to be easy to get to — East York was ideal — and the price had to be right.
One thing that Niszcz didn't do when he signed an agreement to rent the basement yoga studio at 371 Danforth Ave. for four Saturdays in December and January was look at a map.
“Honest to God, we were looking up places that were on a list and not on a map,” said Niszcz in an interview with Metroland Media Toronto. “It wasn’t until we arrived there and signed up for a month that we realized” where it was.
As it turns out, the studio (which is underneath a

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21:44 CNNMurdered journalists were tracked by police with shadowy Russian links, evidence shows

New evidence shows that three Russian journalists killed in the Central African Republic last year were victims of a well-planned ambush involving a senior police officer with shadowy Russian connections -- and they were tracked from the moment they arrived in the country.

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19:14 Telegraph.co.ukWada inspectors finally gain access to Russian drug sample data at third time of asking

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18:43 ReutersFormer U.S. Marine held for spying had Russian contacts with military backgrounds

Paul Whelan, the former U.S. Marine held in Moscow on spying charges, had online contact with more than 20 Russians with military backgrounds, an analysis of social media shows.

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13:00 Euronews.NetWords won't stop Putin's aggression, experts warn, saying seized sailors are 'forgotten'

"The Kremlin is not going to be dissuaded by condemnation," one former U.S. diplomat said. "They will be dissuaded by pain."

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03:09 Telegraph.co.ukNew RAF jet 'combat ready' in face of resurgent Russia threat

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02:08 ReutersCongressional Democrats zero in on latest Manafort-Russia revelation

Senior Democratic lawmakers called on Wednesday for further investigation into a revelation that in 2016 Donald Trump's then-presidential election campaign chairman gave polling data to a man U.S. prosecutors have linked to Russian intelligence.

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00:32 Telegraph.co.ukRussia to finally allow Wada inspection of its doping laboratories

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00:12 ReutersPresident Trump will not answer any more questions from Mueller: Giuliani

Donald Trump's legal team told special counsel Robert Mueller that the president will not answer any more questions in the probe of Russia's meddling in the 2016 election, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said on Wednesday.

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00:01 ReutersTrump's lawyers told Mueller he will not respond to any more questions: Giuliani

U.S. President Donald Trump's legal team told special counsel Robert Mueller that he will not answer any more questions in the probe of Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani said on Wednesday.

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09.01.2019
22:46 NewYork TimesCongress Summons Mnuchin to Explain Russian Sanctions Removal

The Treasury secretary will speak in a classified session about his plan to end sanctions on companies controlled by Oleg Deripaska, a Kremlin ally.

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22:45 International Herald TribuneCongress Summons Mnuchin to Explain Russian Sanctions Removal

The Treasury secretary will speak in a classified session about his plan to end sanctions on companies controlled by Oleg Deripaska, a Kremlin ally.

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20:44 ReutersRosenstein, overseeing U.S. Russia probe, set to depart post

Rod Rosenstein, the Justice Department official who oversees the probe into Russia's role in the 2016 U.S. election and faced criticism from President Donald Trump, is preparing to leave his job soon as Trump's nominee for attorney general gets ready to take office, a department official said on Wednesday.

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19:13 BBCEx-Russia inquiry chief Rod Rosenstein 'plans to resign'

The deputy attorney general had oversight of the Trump-Russian probe, and was criticised by Mr Trump.

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19:12 Telegraph.co.ukKremlin dismisses swapping American 'spy' for Russian agent Butina

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17:08 International Herald TribuneRod Rosenstein Expected to Leave Justice Dept. Once Attorney General Is Confirmed

The deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, has been a central figure in the Russia investigation by appointing the special counsel and overseeing the inquiry.

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16:58 NewYork TimesRod Rosenstein Expected to Leave Justice Dept. Once Attorney General Is Confirmed

The deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, has been a central figure in the Russia investigation by appointing the special counsel and overseeing the inquiry.

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16:47 ReutersU.S. official Rosenstein, overseeing Russia probe, set to leave

Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who has overseen the Russian election meddling probe, is preparing to leave the U.S. Department of Justice in coming weeks as President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the department is set to take over, a department official said on Wednesday.

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16:02 ReutersU.S. official Rosenstein, overseeing Russia probe, to leave: reports

Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who has overseen the Russian election meddling probe, is set to leave the U.S. Department of Justice in coming weeks as President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the department is set to take over, several U.S. media outlets reported on Wednesday.

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12:51 ReutersKremlin says we won't use detained ex-U.S. marine as a pawn

The Kremlin on Wednesday rejected a British suggestion it might use a former U.S. Marine detained in Russia on espionage charges as a pawn in a diplomatic game and said it reserved the right to conduct counter-intelligence activities.

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09:35 Euronews.NetThis U.S. Marine probably isn't a spy. Here's why Russia is calling him one.

The detention in Moscow of the American businessman and former Marine feels like another Russian disinformation campaign.

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03:42 ReutersManafort allegedly lied about giving polling data to Russian: court filing

U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, was accused by federal prosecutors of lying about sharing polling data related to Trump's 2016 presidential campaign with a business partner with alleged ties to Russian intelligence, according to portions of a court filing by Manafort's defense team that were inadvertently made public on Tuesday.

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03:21 BBCRussia in Africa: Is it becoming a key player?

Will Russia's renewed interest in Africa make it a key player in the continent?

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02:50 ReutersU.S. Supreme Court rejects mystery firm possibly linked to Russia probe

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a request by a foreign government-owned company over its bid to avoid paying penalties if it does not comply with a subpoena issued by a grand jury in a sealed case possibly linked to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election.

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01:37 ReutersU.S. Supreme Court rules against mystery firm possibly linked to Russia probe

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a request by a foreign government-owned company over its bid to avoid paying penalties if it does not comply with a subpoena issued by a grand jury in a sealed case possibly linked to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russia's role in the 2016 presidential election.

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00:32 TheStar.comInsurer stalls on payments for Toronto van attack victim, 91

In her 91 years, Aleksandra Kozhevnikova survived Stalinist Russia, served the allied war effort as a teenager in the 1940s, suffered the death of a child, taught special needs children and eventually came to Canada 12 years ago, where she has lived an independent and healthy life.
At least she did until last April 23, when a van plowed into pedestrians on Yonge St., taking the elderly widow and grandmother down in one of the most devastating and deadly attacks Canada has ever witnessed.
When the rented van finally stopped, 10 people were dead and 16 others were seriously injured. Alek Minassian, 26, has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder.
The attack left Kozhevnikova in a wheelchair and requiring physical and psychological care that AIG Insurance — the insurer of Ryder Truck Rental Canada Ltd., the company that rented the van to Minassian — has largely declined

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00:22 Aljazeera.NetManafort accused of lying about sharing polling data with Russian

Poorly redacted court filing says Trump's ex-campaign chairman lied about sharing 2016 data with Russian associate.

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00:13 Financial TimesManafort accused of lying about sharing US election data

Special counsel claims information shared with associate who had alleged Russia ties

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08.01.2019
23:30 NewYork TimesManafort Shared Trump Campaign Data With Russian Associate, Prosecutors Say

The accusations that Paul Manafort shared polling data were inadvertently revealed in a court filing by his lawyers. The associate, Konstantin V. Kilimnik, had links to Russian intelligence.

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23:28 International Herald TribuneManafort Shared Trump Campaign Data With Russian Associate, Prosecutors Say

The accusations that Paul Manafort shared polling data were inadvertently revealed in a court filing by his lawyers. The associate, Konstantin V. Kilimnik, had links to Russian intelligence.

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21:18 Telegraph.co.ukSmartphones are paving way for the Antichrist, says Russian church leader

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21:07 Aljazeera.NetProtests force government to transport rubbish out of Moscow

Activists say the government is legally obliged to develop clean waste management.

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20:11 BBCRussian lawyer in Trump Tower meeting charged with obstruction

Natalya Veselnitskaya is accused of obstruction of justice in a tax fraud case from 2013.

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20:11 Financial TimesRussian lawyer in Trump Tower meeting charged in separate case

Natalia Veselnitskaya accused of obstructing justice in money laundering case

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19:49 Euronews.NetRussian at Trump Tower meeting charged with obstruction in civil suit

Natalia Veselnitskaya was at the 2016 Trump Tower meeting convened after Trump campaign officials were promised dirt on Hillary Clinton.

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19:37 Telegraph.co.ukRussian lawyer in Trump Tower meeting has ties to Kremlin

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18:53 NewYork TimesRussian Lawyer in Meeting at Trump Tower Is Charged in Case That Shows Kremlin Ties

Natalia V. Veselnitskaya, who met with Trump campaign officials in 2016, helped draft Russia’s response in an unrelated money-laundering case, prosecutors said.

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18:52 International Herald TribuneRussian Lawyer in Meeting at Trump Tower Is Charged in Case That Shows Kremlin Ties

Natalia V. Veselnitskaya, who met with Trump campaign officials in 2016, helped draft Russia’s response in an unrelated money-laundering case, prosecutors said.

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17:02 BBCSmartphone users warned to be careful of the Antichrist

Russian Orthodox leader Patriarch Kirill warns Antichrist could be "at the head of the worldwide web".

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15:34 Telegraph.co.ukMan dressed up as Theresa May prances around stage on Russian TV

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

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00:08 Aljazeera.NetWhy has Ukraine's Orthodox church split from Russia?

After centuries of close ties, Orthodox churches in Ukraine have cut links with Russia.

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07.01.2019
22:51 Euronews.NetWatch: Moscow's Soviet-era cinemas prepare to be revamped

Real estate company ADG Group bought 39 Soviet-built cinemas from the government and says it will transform them into what it calls "neighbourhood centres."

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21:35 ReutersU.S. judge: defense lawyer's conduct in Russia probe 'unprofessional'

A U.S. judge said on Monday that a lawyer defending a target of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe of Russian election meddling engaged in "unprofessional, inappropriate and ineffective" conduct, prompting the lawyer to say he might withdraw from the case.

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21:34 Euronews.NetTrump-appointed judge defends Mueller, scolds lawyer for Russian firm

"You have undermined your credibility in this courthouse," Judge Dabney Friedrich said. "Knock it off."

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20:38 TheStar.comProtest planned as Brock University professor disciplined for sexual harassment returns to class

A public demonstration at Brock University is being planned for this week when a professor disciplined for sexual harassment returns to the classroom after an almost three-year absence.
David Schimmelpenninck (van der Oye), a professor of Russian history, is scheduled to begin teaching a second-year, non-compulsory course starting Thursday. The move comes after Brock received a binding arbitration decision on Dec. 14 requiring Schimmelpenninck be permitted to return to the classroom.
“In general, people are pretty angry,” said Manchari Paranthahan of social and environmental justice organization OPIRG Brock and a graduate of the school.
The organization and Brock Student Justice Centre are holding a meeting on Monday to talk about possible responses to Schimmelpenninck’s return to teaching.
Besides organizing a public demonstration, she said the groups are trying to share the

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20:27 Telegraph.co.ukWada testers return to Russia to force access to drug labs after Rusada's deadline failure

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

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19:34 BBCWorld Anti-Doping Agency to gain access to Russian laboratory nine days after deadline

A World Anti-Doping Agency team will access the Russian Anti-Doping Agency laboratory nine days after an initial deadline.

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13:56 TheStar.comRosie DiManno: Trump takes a lesson from Putin in putting cockamamie spin on Afghan history

President Donald Trump is no longer just making history in every way once unimaginable. He’s rewriting it.
In 1979, Trump was busy finagling a zoning law variance out of New York City, allowing him to add 20 storeys to his flagship eponymous tower in downtown Manhattan. So maybe he was too preoccupied to notice the Soviet Union’s invasion of Afghanistan, president Jimmy Carter’s subsequent decision to ban U.S. athletes from participating in the Moscow Olympics, and the decade of asymmetric combat horrors which followed before the Soviets beat a demoralized retreat from the quagmire of its own Vietnam.
We know Trump doesn’t read. Neither books nor the briefing papers that come across his desk.
On Afghanistan, in particular, he appears to have taken crib notes instead from President Vladimir Putin, who — showing Trump how it’s done — has spent considerable time and energy

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12:16 Euronews.NetPutin celebrates Christmas with orthodox Christians in St Petersburg

Orthodox Christians have begun celebrations to mark Christmas with special midnight masses across the country. President Vladimir Putin joined them for mass in St Petersburg.

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10:27 Euronews.NetMalaysia's king abdicates after Russian marriage rumours

Abdication is the first since the country gained independence from Britain.

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06.01.2019
20:13 Telegraph.co.ukRussia 'not ruling out prisoner exhange' for Briton held on spying charges

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19:38 NewYork TimesUkrainian Orthodox Christians Formally Break From Russia

An independent Orthodox Church of Ukraine was formally recognized in a four-hour ceremony in Istanbul, formalizing a split with the Russian church to which it had been tied since 1686.

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19:37 International Herald TribuneUkrainian Orthodox Christians Formally Break From Russia

An independent Orthodox Church of Ukraine was formally recognized in a four-hour ceremony in Istanbul, formalizing a split with the Russian church to which it had been tied since 1686.

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17:57 Aljazeera.NetUkraine Orthodox Christians mark independence from Russian branch

The Tomos was delivered to the leader of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church during a service in Istanbul in what is being described as one of the biggest rifts in Christianity in recent times.

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16:19 Telegraph.co.ukKing of Malaysia abdicates amid rumours of marriage to ex-Russian beauty queen 

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16:07 Aljazeera.NetMalaysia's king steps down cutting short his five-year term

Palace statement didn't give a reason for the 49-year-old royal's sudden move amid rumours he married a Russian model.

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14:42 Euronews.NetPaul Whelan's brother fears it could take years until the former marine is freed from Russian jail

The US former marine was expected to return home on Sunday. Instead, Whelan has been detained in a Russian prison over spy allegations.

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13:20 ReutersEcumenical Patriarch hands over decree, sealing Ukraine church independence

The spiritual leader of Orthodox Christians worldwide on Sunday presented the head of the Ukrainian church with a decree granting it independence from Moscow, a historic split strongly opposed by Russia.

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10:33 ReutersIran plans naval drills with Russia in Caspian Sea

Iran and Russia are preparing to hold joint naval exercises in the Caspian Sea, including rescue and anti-piracy drills, the commander of the Iranian navy was quoted on Sunday as saying.

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08:33 CNNKremlin says US withholds information about Russian man it arrested

A Russian man has been arrested in a US territory in the Pacific Ocean and transferred to the US state of Florida, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry.

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02:12 NewYork TimesRussia High-Rise Collapse an Emblem of Hardships in the Hinterlands

While the Kremlin pours money into the military, Russia’s infrastructure is crumbling, inviting more tragedies like the building collapse in southern Russia this week that killed 39.

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02:12 International Herald TribuneRussia High-Rise Collapse an Emblem of Hardships in the Hinterlands

While the Kremlin pours money into the military, Russia’s infrastructure is crumbling, inviting more tragedies like the building collapse in southern Russia this week that killed 39.

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02:01 TheStar.comWho are the Golden Girls of Prospect Cemetery and why did they decide to spend eternity together?

Most people are buried along with their spouses, their children, perhaps even the family dog. But when Pauline Chorna, Annie Hrynchak, Anna Baran and Nellie Handiak died over the span of three decades, they did not waver in their plan. The four women are exactly where they wanted to be, buried shoulder-to-shoulder under a pink granite tombstone that lists their names beneath a single word: “FRIENDS.”
Under the shade of a white oak, the unexpected inscription has become a landmark of sorts for the joggers and dog walkers who frequent Prospect Cemetery, a reason to pause and contemplate the stories buried beneath their feet.
While the women are far from Prospect’s most famous residents — the cemetery is the eternal home of the Group of Seven’s J.E.H. MacDonald, after all — they represent one of its more unusual internments and, arguably, Toronto’s most enduring friendship.
Their

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05.01.2019
21:06 Aljazeera.NetUkraine church's historic split from Russia granted by patriarch

Move by Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, comes amid heightened tensions between Moscow and Kiev.

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19:42 Euronews.NetRussian official says U.S. citizen detained in Moscow to be charged 'soon'

Also on Saturday, the Foreign Ministry said the U.S. had detained a Russian citizen in the Western Pacific and not notified the Russian Embassy.

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19:03 BBCRussia collusion inquiry: Grand jury term extended

The decision takes Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation beyond its initial 18-month term.

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19:03 ReutersMoscow says FBI arrested Russian a day after it detained ex-U.S. Marine

The Russian Foreign Ministry said on Saturday the United States had detained a Russian citizen, a day after Moscow arrested the former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan on suspicion of spying.

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17:59 Telegraph.co.ukHistoric aircraft will be destroyed in move to Putin's 'military Disneyland,' museum says

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17:00 BBCPaul Whelan: Russia rules out prisoner swap for ex-US Marine

Ex-US marine Paul Whelan was arrested last month on suspicion of spying - claims his family denies.

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16:23 ReutersEcumenical Patriarch signs decree granting Ukraine church independence

The spiritual head of Orthodox Christians worldwide formally granted independence to the Ukrainian church on Saturday, marking an historic split from Russia which Ukrainian leaders see as vital to the country's security.

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15:07 Euronews.NetMoscow accuses Washington of detaining Russian citizen

The accusation comes days after Moscow arrested the former US Marine Paul Whelan on suspicion of spying.

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14:43 ReutersMoscow accuses Washington of detaining Russian citizen after arresting ex-U.S. Marine

The Russian Foreign Ministry said on Saturday the United States had detained a Russian citizen, days after Moscow arrested the former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan on suspicion of spying.

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13:08 BBCUkraine Orthodox Church to be granted independence from Russian Church

The head of the Orthodox Church is to sign a decree at an Istanbul ceremony attended by Ukraine's leader.

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13:08 ReutersRussia says it is not willing to exchange detained ex-U.S. marine: Interfax

Russia is not willing to exchange Paul Whelan, the former U.S. marine detained in Moscow on suspicion of spying, Interfax news agency quoted Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov as saying on Saturday.

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04:15 BBCMagnitogorsk disaster: 'My little boy was dangling over the edge'

The New Year’s Eve disaster that brought down a block of flats and devastated families in Russia.

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04:04 NewYork TimesJudge Extends Term for Grand Jury Hearing Evidence From Mueller

The extension underscores that the special counsel’s investigators continue to pursue leads in their inquiry into Russia’s 2016 election interference.

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04:02 International Herald TribuneJudge Extends Term for Grand Jury Hearing Evidence From Mueller

The extension underscores that the special counsel’s investigators continue to pursue leads in their inquiry into Russia’s 2016 election interference.

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02:24 ReutersGrand jury extended in U.S. special counsel's Trump-Russia probe

The term of the grand jury being used by U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his investigation of possible collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign has been extended, an aide to the judge overseeing it said on Friday.

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04.01.2019
23:24 L.A. TimesAmerican held on spying charge in Moscow also had British, Irish and Canadian passports

The former U.S. Marine whose detention in Moscow on espionage charges has drawn global attention may also have British, Irish and Canadian citizenship, which could intensify what’s become a Cold War style standoff between Russia and the West.
The United Kingdom said Thursday that Paul Whelan held...

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20:30 NewYork TimesAmerican Detained in Moscow Also Has British, Irish and Canadian Passports

The man, Paul Whelan, holds citizenship from four countries and has requested help from multiple governments, increasing the pressure on Moscow to release him.

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20:29 International Herald TribuneAmerican Detained in Moscow Also Has British, Irish and Canadian Passports

The man, Paul Whelan, holds citizenship from four countries and has requested help from multiple governments, increasing the pressure on Moscow to release him.

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17:32 TheStar.comDavid Olive: 5 people to watch in Business in 2019

Catherine McKenna, federal minister of the environment and climate change
As the government of Justin Trudeau heads into the 2019 election year, carbon pricing promises to be a lightning rod for criticism of the ruling Liberals.
Catherine McKenna, 47, will be ubiquitous in making the case for the carbon pricing that Trudeau has imposed on the entire country, as he long ago vowed to do.
McKenna has the right stuff for the job. Among the most impressive delegates at the landmark Paris climate-change summit in 2015, McKenna helped her boss successfully press for more ambitious CO2 emission targets than the worldwide summit delegates thought possible.
In 2019, McKenna will be her government’s highly visible advocate of a carbon-pricing system that is revenue neutral and, according to the consensus of global climate-change scientists, a precondition to our species’

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15:19 BBCUK 'worried' about detained spy suspect

The foreign secretary warns Russia not to use British citizens as "chess pawns" after Moscow arrest.

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14:07 Telegraph.co.ukEx-marine held in Russia for spying is British dual national

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13:56 BBCWho is Paul Whelan, the ex-US Marine arrested in Russia?

The former US Marine has been detained in Russia on suspicion of spying.

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12:04 Aljazeera.NetJapan's Shinzo Abe says will push for peace treaty with Russia

Japanese PM hopes for deal with Vladimir Putin to end 70-year-old dispute over four islands at an upcoming summit.

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09:43 ReutersJapan PM Abe says he plans to push for peace treaty with Russia

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Friday he intends to push forward towards a World War Two peace treaty with Russia, which has been stymied for decades by a territorial row, during a summit in Russia later this month.

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09:22 NewYork TimesDeath Toll in Russia Apartment Blast Rises to 38

Hope of finding any more survivors was fading after a building in Russia partly collapsed.

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09:21 International Herald TribuneDeath Toll in Russia Apartment Blast Rises to 38

Hope of finding any more survivors was fading after a building in Russia partly collapsed.

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08:08 NewYork TimesRussia, U.S. Congress, Brexit: Your Friday Briefing

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08:07 International Herald TribuneRussia, U.S. Congress, Brexit: Your Friday Briefing

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01:58 Euronews.NetRussian apartment block collapse deathtoll rises to 39

Authorities said 39 people died after an apartment block collapsed in Russia

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