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06.06.2019
06:49 BBCHuawei signs deal with Russian telecoms firm to develop 5G

The deal comes as the Chinese firm faces a backlash in the West over the security of its products.

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01:35 ReutersChina's panda diplomacy puts a smile on 'best friend' Putin's face

Chinese President Xi Jinping presented two pandas to Moscow's zoo at a ceremony with Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, in a gesture the Russian president described as a sign of deepening trust and respect between the two powers.

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05.06.2019
23:35 Aljazeera.NetChina's Xi Jinping visits 'best friend' Vladimir Putin

The leaders praised their countries' ties as Russia and China seek to shore up cooperation amid tensions with the US.

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22:20 CNNXi meets 'best and bosom friend' Putin

Chinese President Xi Jinping will touch down in Russia Wednesday to meet his "best friend" President Vladimir Putin, cementing economic ties between Moscow and Beijing amid China's heated trade war with the United States.

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21:07 TheStar.comDonald Trump has now said more than 5,000 false claims as president

WASHINGTON—It took Donald Trump 343 days to utter 1,000 false claims as president.
Then his dishonesty accelerated. It took him just 197 days to get to 2,000 false claims.
Then it got worse again: it took 93 days to get to 3,000. And then it got worse once more: it took him 75 days to hit 4,000.
There’s been a slight improvement since Christmas, found Star editor Ed Tubb, the number-cruncher for these fact-checks. It took him 125 days to get to 5,000 false claims — a mere, for him, 8 per day over that period.
But 8 per day is a lot. It’s all a lot. Through Sunday, Trump has made an astonishing 5,276 false claims in office, an overall average of 6.1 per day.
This week’s update is actually an update for six weeks. (I took some time off work and fell hopelessly behind). Three of those weeks were among the worst 25 of Trump’s 125 so far.
He made 86 false claims the week

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15:09 Euronews.NetRussia wants to ban personal imports of dairy and meat — these countries have weirder rules

Russia wants to ban imports of meat and dairy products for personal use but other countries around the world have some stranger import restrictions.

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13:44 ReutersU.S. and Russia spar over 'unsafe' spy plane intercept near Syria

A Russian fighter jet made a dangerous high-speed pass that put a U.S. Navy surveillance aircraft at risk during an intercept over the Mediterranean Sea on Tuesday, the U.S. Sixth Fleet said, but Moscow said its pilot had behaved responsibly.

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13:44 ReutersEx-U.S. Marine held by Russia in spy case illegally isolated: activists

A former U.S. Marine held in Russia on suspicion of spying is being illegally isolated in a Moscow pre-trial detention center and prevented from communicating with visitors, Russian rights activists and U.S. diplomats said.

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11:50 CNNRussian fighters intercept US jet three times in three hours

• Rare look inside Russia's Arctic military base

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09:25 Euronews.NetRussia test-launches new anti-ballistic missile

Russian Defence Ministry on Tuesday (June 4) released a video showing a test-launch of a new anti-ballistic missile from Sary Shagan testing range in Kazakhstan

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07:37 Aljazeera.NetToll in Sudan army attack jumps as China, Russia block UN action

Sixty killed since raid at Khartoum sit-in, doctors say, as Security Council fails to adopt text condemning killings.

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07:15 Financial TimesRussian technology: can the Kremlin control the net?

Moscow is developing a ‘sovereign internet’ that critics say will enhance official power to silence dissent

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05:50 Aljazeera.NetXi worried as 'extreme' US pressure on Iran raises tensions

Chinese president urges all parties to show restraint in comments made to Russian media before his visit to the country.

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04.06.2019
22:56 NewYork TimesRussia Could Unleash Fake Videos During Election, Schiff Says

The House Intelligence Committee chairman said Russia may have concluded that it needs to use new tactics in the next presidential race.

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22:55 International Herald TribuneRussia Could Unleash Fake Videos During Election, Schiff Says

The House Intelligence Committee chairman said Russia may have concluded that it needs to use new tactics in the next presidential race.

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22:45 ReutersHouse judiciary's top Republican urges hearings into Russian election meddling

The top Republican on the U.S. House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday called for hearings into interference by Russia and others in the 2016 election and beyond, on the heels of a statement https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-russia-text/u-s-special-counsel-muellers-statement-on-russia-probe-idUSKCN1SZ23Q by former U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller and ahead of presidential elections next year.

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22:07 Aljazeera.NetUN: Syrian fighters burning vital farmland is 'weapon of war'

UN says both rebels and Russia-backed Syrian government blame each other for destruction of crops and land in Idlib.

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16:03 TheStar.comThis cartoonist has been skewering China for years from behind a mask. Now he’s ready to face Beijing

VANCOUVER—The rogue cartoonist known only as Badiucao didn’t learn about the Tiananmen Massacre in school, from family or even on the internet. It was a pirated romance movie that set him on a path to celebrity and self-exile.
As a law student in Shanghai, Badiucao had never heard of the bloody crackdown. One evening in 2006, when he and his classmates were sitting around a computer to watch a flick from Taiwan, they found that a documentary had been recorded over part of it.
“Out of the blue, the movie turned into something different. None of us thought it was real,” Badiucao told Star Vancouver. “We were shocked.”
For three hours, they watched in horror and fascination. First, there were images of euphoric student protesters camped out in Beijing’s sprawling Tiananmen Square, dancing to rock music and waving banners calling for government accountability.
Then, on the night

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14:01 ReutersKremlin dismisses Trump tweet on alleged Venezuela withdrawal

The Kremlin said on Tuesday it didn't know where U.S. President Donald Trump had got the idea Moscow had removed most of its military specialists from Venezuela, who it said continued to work there.

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13:35 BBCTinder faces Russian demand to share user data

Russian authorities tell the dating-app to comply with requests to hand over messages and photos.

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13:21 Aljazeera.NetSyria, Russia air attacks hit Idlib's hospitals

Attacks against rebels continue despite 'de-escalation' status of area

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12:46 ReutersKremlin contradicts Trump statement on alleged Venezuela drawdown

The Kremlin on Tuesday contradicted a statement by U.S. President Donald Trump and said it had not officially informed him about the activities of its military personnel in Venezuela who it said were continuing to provide military aid to Caracas.

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10:30 Aljazeera.NetErdogan: No step back from S-400 deal with Russia

Turkish president says the US offer to sell Patriot missiles to Ankara is not as good as Russia's S-400 offer.

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10:07 ReutersErdogan says Turkey committed to Russian missile defense deal

President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday it was out of the question for Turkey to take a step back from its deal with Moscow to buy Russian S-400 missile defense systems.

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08:17 CNNRussia tells Tinder to share pictures with its spy agencies

Tinder users in Russia have a new online partner: The country's intelligence agencies.

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03:50 ReutersHouse to vote next week on whether to find Barr, McGahn in contempt

The U.S. House of Representatives will vote next week on whether to hold Attorney General William Barr and former White House counsel Don McGahn in contempt of Congress for failing to comply with subpoenas related to the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, the No. 2 House official said on Monday.

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02:40 ReutersU.S. House to vote next week on whether to find Barr in contempt

The full U.S. House of Representatives will vote next week on whether to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt for failing to comply with a subpoena seeking the full, unredacted report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said on Monday.

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02:05 ReutersHouse to vote next week on whether to find Barr in contempt

The full U.S. House of Representatives will vote next week on whether to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt for failing to comply with a subpoena seeking the full, unredacted report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election, House aides said on Monday.

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03.06.2019
23:22 ReutersHouse Judiciary Committee to hold June 10 hearing on Mueller report

The Democrat-controlled U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on June 10 on Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and its connections to Donald Trump's campaign.

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22:57 Telegraph.co.ukWomen in Russia are apparently being paid bonuses to wear short skirts to work

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20:44 Euronews.NetElton John condemns censoring of Rocketman gay scenes in Russia

Singer Elton John, 72, on Friday criticized the reported censorship in Russia of gay sex scenes in "Rocketman" — the new film based on his life.

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19:19 Telegraph.co.ukExclusive: Russia infighting could lead to World Championship expulsion as officials turn on each other

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

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17:42 Telegraph.co.ukRussia orders Tinder to hand over users' private messages on request

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16:40 Telegraph.co.ukRussian arms manufacturers pull out of Venezuela over late payments

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

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14:50 Financial TimesRussian billionaire pushes back over US sanctions

Viktor Vekselberg seen as pro-US but presence at Trump inauguration stoked controversy

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14:50 Euronews.NetAnother one bites the dust: Russians compete in tractor race

Thirty-three Russian drivers braved summer heat, mud and dust to join a unique tractor race in the southern Rostov region on Sunday (June 2).

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06:46 Aljazeera.NetTrump tells Syria, Russia to stop bombing rebel-held Idlib

His statement on Twitter comes as Israel launches more air raids against Syria, according to Syrian state media.

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02.06.2019
17:28 Euronews.NetMuscovites welcome summer with annual colour run

Five-thousand people gathered in Moscow's Luzhniki park on Sunday (June 2) to greet summer with an annual colour run.

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00:00 ReutersTrump says lawyer Emmet Flood leaving in June

U.S. President Donald Trump announced on Saturday that a member of his legal team, Emmet Flood, will leave his post later this month after helping him handle the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election campaign.

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01.06.2019
18:56 BBCDzerzhinsk explosion: Blast at Russian explosives factory injures 38

The factory in Dzerzhinsk is thought to have been used to produce and store high-explosive bombs.

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15:47 Euronews.NetTwo missing, 19 injured in Russian explosives factory blast

Two people are reported missing and nearly 20 injured after a blast in a Russian factory manufacturing the explosive, TNT.

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12:51 Euronews.NetThe costs of Putin's passports offer to separatist-controlled eastern Ukraine

Vladimir Putin's controversial move to offer fast-tracked Russian passports to residents of separatist-controlled eastern Ukraine sparked outcry in Kyiv and other European capitals. What are the costs of such a move?

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11:27 BBCElton John 'rejects' Russia censorship of Rocketman gay scenes

The British singer says the decision to cut gay sex scenes from the biopic is "cruelly unaccepting".

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04:11 International Herald TribuneJustice Dept. Keeps Wiretaps Secret in Flynn Case, Rejecting Judge’s Order

The release of transcripts of calls between President Trump’s former adviser and Russia’s ambassador would have provided a highly unusual confirmation of a government secret.

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03:58 NewYork TimesJustice Dept. Keeps Wiretaps Secret in Flynn Case, Rejecting Judge’s Order

The release of transcripts of calls between President Trump’s former adviser and Russia’s ambassador would have provided a highly unusual confirmation of a government secret.

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31.05.2019
20:04 L.A. TimesRussia’s version of Elton John biopic censors depictions of gay sex and drug use

The Russian version of the new Elton John biopic has been stripped of virtually all the gay sex scenes and images of drug use, a censorship move seen as part of a wider crackdown on cinema pushing the limits of Kremlin’s conservative values agenda.
The modified version of the film “Rocketman” was...

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19:29 Euronews.NetRussian firm offers bonus to women if they wear skirts to work

"It's a great way to unite our team, which is 70% male," said a spokeswoman of the firm.

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17:41 ReutersExclusive: Polish, German refineries reach preliminary deal to process dirty oil

Polish and German refineries have reached a preliminary agreement to process contaminated oil sent from Russia last month, which still sits in pipelines from Belarus, sources familiar with the situation said.

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17:29 Euronews.NetMerkel meets Pompeo in Berlin for talks on host of issues including Iran

Pompeo began a five-day European trip on Friday with a delayed visit to Berlin, where he was expected to press Germany to boost its military spending, avoid dealings with China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and reconsider a pipeline project with Russia.

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00:54 ReutersAttorney General Barr says Mueller 'could've reached a decision' on obstruction

U.S. Attorney General William Barr said Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who led a probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, could have reached a decision on whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice, but chose not to.

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30.05.2019
19:49 ReutersTrump says impeachment is 'dirty, filthy, disgusting word'

U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday scornfully rejected 'disgusting' talk among Democrats about launching an impeachment inquiry against him in the aftermath of the Russia probe, saying he did nothing to merit such an outcome.

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18:34 Aljazeera.NetUS 'maximum pressure' on Iran is empowering Russia in Syria

Unable to sustain its Syrian campaign, Iran is rapidly losing ground to Russia.

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18:34 Telegraph.co.ukSyria and Russia bomb hospitals in Idlib after they were given coordinates in hope of preventing attacks

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18:08 Aljazeera.NetThree children killed as Syria's rebel-held towns hit by air raids

More than 250 Syrians have been killed in Russian and Syrian air and ground attacks in recent weeks.

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17:57 ReutersRussia calls U.S. nuclear accusation 'smear'

Russia rebuffed as a baseless smear on Thursday a U.S. allegation that Moscow may be conducting low-level nuclear tests in violation of a moratorium.

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17:33 BBCTrump assails 'totally conflicted' Robert Mueller

The US president launches a fierce personal attack on the special counsel in the Russia inquiry.

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16:43 BBCCompany criticised for paying female staff to wear skirts

A Russian aluminium manufacturer is paying female employees cash bonuses to wear skirts or dresses to work.

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16:43 ReutersRussia calls U.S. nuclear accusation 'crude provocation'

Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday called a U.S. allegation that Moscow may be conducting nuclear tests in violation of a moratorium on such tests "groundless" and a "crude provocation."

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16:31 NewYork TimesRussia Has Restarted Low-Yield Nuclear Tests, U.S. Believes

If true, the finding could eventually prompt the Trump administration to begin its own testing. But some experts said the accusations were nothing new.

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16:30 International Herald TribuneRussia Has Restarted Low-Yield Nuclear Tests, U.S. Believes

If true, the finding could eventually prompt the Trump administration to begin its own testing. But some experts said the accusations were nothing new.

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16:30 Telegraph.co.ukDonald Trump tweets that Russia was 'helping me to get elected'

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

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15:42 NewYork TimesTrump Admits to Russia ‘Helping Me to Get Elected’

Amid criticism of the special counsel’s investigation, President Trump offers an extraordinary admission, that the rival country helped him win the presidency in 2016.

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15:41 International Herald TribuneTrump Admits to Russia ‘Helping Me to Get Elected’

Amid criticism of the special counsel’s investigation, President Trump offers an extraordinary admission, that the rival country helped him win the presidency in 2016.

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14:27 Telegraph.co.ukNancy Pelosi claims Facebook is a 'willing enabler' of Russian interference election

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14:03 Aljazeera.NetTaliban say progress made at Afghan talks in Moscow

Group says 'decent progress' had been made in talks with senior Afghan politicians but that had been no breakthrough.

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12:13 ReutersHow U.S. sanctions over a Russian weapon could rattle Turkey

Turkey is on the cusp of facing U.S. sanctions over its decision to buy a Russian S-400 missile defense system, leaving its already soft currency and economy vulnerable and raising questions over its position within NATO and the region.

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10:36 ReutersRussia says U.S. nuclear accusation is an attack on global arms control

Russia's ambassador to the United States on Thursday said a U.S. allegation that Moscow may be conducting banned nuclear tests was a calculated attempt to undermine nuclear arms control, Russian state television reported.

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03:27 BBCRussia 'probably' conducting banned nuclear tests, US official says

Moscow is likely testing low-yield nuclear weapons in the Arctic, a US intelligence official says.

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01:26 International Herald TribuneNancy Pelosi Criticizes Facebook for Handling of Altered Videos

Ms. Pelosi said the company’s decision to leave up manipulated videos of her demonstrated how the social network contributed to Russian manipulation of the 2016 election.

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01:15 NewYork TimesNancy Pelosi Criticizes Facebook for Handling of Altered Videos

Ms. Pelosi said the company’s decision to leave up manipulated videos of her demonstrated how the social network contributed to Russian manipulation of the 2016 election.

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00:39 ReutersDemocratic presidential hopefuls push for impeachment after Mueller remarks

Democratic presidential candidates ratcheted up the pressure on U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to start the process of impeaching President Donald Trump after Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s first public comments on his two-year Russia probe.

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00:01 NewYork TimesStanding Where Barr Cleared Trump on Obstruction, Mueller Makes a Different Case

The special counsel hopes an appearance will be his first and last public statement about the Russia and obstruction investigation. But he left many things unsaid.

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29.05.2019
23:59 International Herald TribuneStanding Where Barr Cleared Trump on Obstruction, Mueller Makes a Different Case

The special counsel hopes an appearance will be his first and last public statement about the Russia and obstruction investigation. But he left many things unsaid.

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23:59 TheStar.comWhy old, false claims about Canadian Muslims are resurfacing online

In the summer of 2017, signs that seemed engineered to stoke anti-Muslim sentiment first appeared in a city park in Pitt Meadows, B.C.
“Many Muslims live in this area and dogs are considered filthy in Islam,” said the signs, which included the city’s logo. “Please keep your dogs on a leash and away from the Muslims who live in this community.”
After a spate of media coverage questioning their authenticity — and a statement from Pitt Meadows Mayor John Becker that the city didn’t make them — the signs were discredited and largely forgotten.
But almost two years later, a mix of right-wing American websites, Russian state media, and Canadian Facebook groups have made them go viral again, unleashing hateful comments and claims that Muslims are trying to “colonize” Western society.
The revival of this story shows how false, even discredited claims about Muslims in Canada find an

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23:48 NewYork TimesNancy Pelosi Criticizes Facebook for Handling of Altered Videos

Ms. Pelosi said the company’s decision to leave up manipulated videos of her demonstrated how the social network contributed to Russian manipulation of the 2016 election.

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23:46 International Herald TribuneNancy Pelosi Criticizes Facebook for Handling of Altered Videos

Ms. Pelosi said the company’s decision to leave up manipulated videos of her demonstrated how the social network contributed to Russian manipulation of the 2016 election.

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23:35 ReutersDemocratic presidential candidates push for impeachment after Mueller remarks

Democratic presidential candidates ratcheted up the pressure on U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to start the process of impeaching President Donald Trump after Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s first public comments on his two-year Russia probe.

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23:07 Aljazeera.NetErdogan reiterates call to create working group on Russian S-400

In a phone call, Trump and Erdogan agree to meet on sidelines of G-20 next month in Japan.

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22:02 ReutersMueller says he could not charge Trump as Congress weighs impeachment

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller said on Wednesday his investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election was never going to end with criminal charges against President Donald Trump and indicated it was up to Congress to decide if it should impeach Trump.

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21:09 ReutersSpecial Counsel Mueller says charging Trump was 'not an option' due to policy

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller said on Wednesday his investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election was never going to end with criminal charges against President Donald Trump and indicated it was up to Congress to decide if impeachment proceedings are justified.

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21:09 Financial TimesUS official says Russia may have violated nuclear treaty

Washington sees Moscow gearing up for a strategic shift on weapons

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19:36 ReutersU.S. Special Counsel Mueller's statement on Russia probe

The following is the full text of a statement on Wednesday by U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller on his investigation into Russia interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. "Two years ago, the Acting Attorney General asked me to serve as Special Counsel, and he created the Special Counsel's Office.

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19:09 ReutersHouse Judiciary chairman vows to 'respond' to Trump 'crimes'

The Democratic chairman of the House Judiciary Committee vowed to hold President Donald Trump accountable after Special Counsel Robert Mueller said he could not have brought charges against Trump after his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election.

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19:09 ReutersTrump says "nothing changes" after Mueller statement

U.S. President Donald Trump reacted swiftly to a statement by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on his Russia investigation on Wednesday, saying nothing had changed and "the case is closed!"

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19:09 ReutersU.S. Special Counsel Mueller says charging Trump was 'not an option'

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller said on Wednesday his investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election was never going to end with criminal charges against President Donald Trump and that he would give no more information than was already published in his report.

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19:09 NewYork TimesFull Transcript of Mueller’s Statement on Russia Investigation

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, made public remarks on Wednesday about the Russia investigation.

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19:08 International Herald TribuneFull Transcript of Mueller’s Statement on Russia Investigation

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, made public remarks on Wednesday about the Russia investigation.

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18:56 ReutersSpecial Counsel Mueller says charging Trump was "not an option"

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller said on Wednesday his investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election was never going to end with criminal charges against President Trump because of Justice Department policy and that he would give no more information than was already published in his report.

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18:56 NewYork TimesMueller’s Statement on the Russia Investigation: Full Transcript

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, made public remarks on Wednesday about the Russia investigation.

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18:54 International Herald TribuneMueller’s Statement on the Russia Investigation: Full Transcript

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, made public remarks on Wednesday about the Russia investigation.

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18:29 ReutersMueller says charging Trump was never an option for Russia probe

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, in his first public comments on his investigation, said on Wednesday that charging President Donald Trump was never an option for his team of prosecutors, citing Justice Department guidelines that prohibit charging a sitting president.

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18:15 ReutersTrump will decide whether to extend START treaty 'next year': official

U.S. President Donald Trump will not decide until next year whether he will extend a nuclear treaty with Russia, a White House aide said on Wednesday.

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18:15 ReutersSpecial Counsel Mueller to make first public comments on Russia probe

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Wednesday will make his first public comments on his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the Justice Department said.

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18:15 Euronews.NetWatch live: Mueller makes statement on Russian interference investigation

Special Counsel Robert Mueller will make a statement on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election.

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18:14 Aljazeera.NetUS: Robert Mueller makes first public statement on Russia probe

The statement comes amid demands from Democrats for Mueller to testify on Capitol Hill.

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17:33 TheStar.comMueller to make first public statement on Russia probe

WASHINGTON - Special counsel Robert Mueller is set to make his first public statement on the Russia investigation Wednesday, the Justice Department said.
Mueller will speak at the Justice Department at 11 a.m. and won’t take any questions.
It was not clear what he intended to say, but the statement comes amid demands for Mueller to testify on Capitol Hill about his findings and tension with Attorney General William Barr over the handling of his report.
Mueller’s report into Russia meddling in the 2016 election did not find that Russia and the Trump campaign co-ordinated to sway the presidential election. It also did not reach a conclusion on whether Trump had obstructed justice, with Mueller saying he did not think it would be fair to publicly accuse the president of a crime if he could not charge him. A Justice Department legal opinion says sitting presidents cannot be

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17:20 BBCTrump Russia investigation: Robert Mueller to make statement

It will be Robert Mueller's first public statement on the investigation since it started in 2017.

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17:20 ReutersU.S. Special Counsel Mueller to speak on Russia probe at 11 a.m. ET

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller will make a statement at 11 a.m. (1500 GMT) for his first public comments on his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the Justice Department said on Wednesday.

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17:19 Telegraph.co.ukSpecial counsel Robert Mueller to deliver unexpected statement on Russia investigation

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17:07 ReutersSpecial Counsel Mueller to speak on Russia probe at 11 a.m. ET

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller will make a statement at 11 a.m. (1500 GMT) on his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the Justice Department said on Wednesday.

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