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Russia’s Ambassador to the United Nations Dies in New York

Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations died unexpectedly in New York Monday, the Russian Foreign Ministry has said. Vitaly Churkin, 64, suffered from cardiac arrest one day before his 65th birthday while at the Russian Mission on East 67th Street. The ambassador was rushed to New York’s Presbyterian Hospital where ...

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WikiLeaks: ‘Destabilization Campaign’ Responsible for Flynn Resignation

A “destabilization campaign” by opponents of President Donald Trump is responsible for National Security Adviser Michael T. Flynn’s resignation, WikiLeaks alleged Tuesday. The online publishing organization specifically blamed the intelligence community, the Democratic Party and the media in a tweet surrounding the incident. “Trump’s National Security Advisor Michael Flynn resigns ...

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CIA Publishes 12 Million Declassified Documents Online

The Central Intelligence Agency published more than 12 million declassified documents online Tuesday after years of restricting access. The documents, dated from the 1940s to 1990s, surround everything from the overthrow of foreign governments to the CIA’s mind-control efforts. Originally declassified by former President Bill Clinton in 1995, the documents ...

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Russia Invites Trump to Upcoming Syrian Peace Talks

Russia has invited President-elect Donald Trump to Syrian peace talks set to begin in late January, reports claim. The invitation was made, according to an anonymous transition official speaking with the Washington Post, during a Dec. 28 phone call between Russia’s ambassador to the United States, Sergei Kislyak, and Trump’s ...

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