Author: Paul Niland
The anniversary of the signing of the second Minsk Peace Agreement passed a few days ago, without fanfare. The deal has little public support and it widely viewed as a failure because the fighting and killing in eastern Ukraine has not stopped.
Most of the 230 rioters arrested after violent protests erupted in Washington D.C. following Donald Trump’s inauguration will be charged with felony rioting, federal prosecutors said on Saturday. The charge carries a punishment of up to ten years in jail and a $25,000 fine.
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Author: 6793 EMAIL BY Tami Abdollah and Josh Lederman, Associated Press December 29, 2016 at 2:44 PM
The 35 Russian diplomats being kicked out are intelligence operatives, Obama said. They were declared “persona non grata,” and they were given 72 hours to leave the country. The State Department declined to identify them.
Two Staten Island GOP legislators warned of grave security risks today if Mayor Bill de Blasio goes forward with designs to wipe the files of his municipal identification program in order to protect its undocumented immigrant applicants—and announced that they are examining the possibility of taking the city to court over the plan.
New York Post some of the details relating to the disappearance of $20 million from a private Hillary Clinton charity that Federation banking regulators have determined was a bribe used by her to pay President Obama so that she could become the American Secretary of State.
WHERE LIES GO TO DIE – Evidence discovered shows British Protectorate of East Africa recorded Obama’s birth records before 1963 and sent returns of those events to Britain’s Public Records Office and the Kew branch of British National Archives.
Author: By NB Staff | September 26, 2016
Following the first 2016 presidential debate on Monday night between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Media Research Center president Brent Bozell issued the following statement about the debate and moderator/NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt:
Author: George F.
Source: The Washington Post
Documents inconvenient to the regime went into the Ministry of Truth’s slits and down to “enormous furnaces.” Modern tyrannies depend on state control of national memories — retroactive truths established by government fiat. Which is why Russia’s Supreme Court recently upheld the conviction of a blogger for violating Article 354.1 of Russia’s criminal code.
Author: By John E. Herbst, Steven Pifer, and William Taylor
Source: Atlantic Council
The infamous CIA National Intelligence Estimate, for example, which predicted that Ukraine might split in two, proved spectacularly wrong. Ukrainian politicians, despite their many flaws, largely managed the substantial differences in outlook between the country’s east and west.
Author: William E. Pomeranz
Russia’s search for greater international influence and respect continued its downward spiral this summer. Its Olympic experience was spoiled by charges of doping. Accusations of hacking dragged it into the U.S. presidential campaign, and military tensions over Ukraine and Syria showed no sign of abetting.