The CIA head also raised the question of the Syrian President Bashar Assad leaving power, Stevens reportedly said.
3/28/16 – (RT News) The visit by CIA head John Brennan to Moscow this month was not a “secret” and was not linked to Russia’s withdrawal from Syria, a Foreign Ministry official has said, after the trip left the media somewhat confused. Continue reading “CIA chief John Brennen visits Moscow; meets with Russian officials” →
Killer Nanny pleads guilty; smiles and yawns in court
3/2/16 – A nanny beheads a 4 year old girl in her care, sets fire to the family’s apartment then waved the severed head around Moscow’s streets shouting, “I am your death”, “I am a terrorist,” and “Judgement day is imminent.” Continue reading “Moscow: Nanny beheads 4 yr old child, “Allah ordered me” to do it” →
Continuing expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to the east would lead to retaliatory measures from Russia
NATO military alliance invited tiny Montenegro on Wednesday to join the military alliance in its first expansion since 2009, defying Russian warnings that enlargement of the U.S.-led bloc further into the Balkans is “irresponsible” action that undermines trust.
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Khamenei called for closer bilateral ties between Tehran and Moscow to thwart what he called “Washington’s plots”
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Tuesday accused the United States of trying to divide Iraq along sectarian and ethnic lines and urged Iraqis to withstand any such plans.
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