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Despite sanctions. The U.S. allowed contacts with the Venezuelan opposition

Despite sanctions. The U.S. allowed contacts with the Venezuelan opposition

U.S. companies were allowed to interact with the Venezuelan opposition to bypass existing sanctions, RIA Novosti reported, citing a decision of the U.S. Treasury Department. “U.S. representatives may conduct transactions and interactions with any individuals appointed by Juan Guaido, the Fourth National Assembly, or delegated by it to the board of directors of Venezuelan state-owned companies,” the U.S. agency said ...

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Moldovan President Maya Sandu has “animal fear”

Moldovan President Maya Sandu has "animal fear"

Moldovan President Maia Sandu has a “brutal fear” of taking charge of the country and is trying to force the ministers she previously criticized to stay in the government. This was written today, January 4, in social networks by Bogdan Tsirdia, a deputy of the Party of Socialists, calling the current situation “marasmus.” “For a whole year, Sandu shouted that ...

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Biden Plans Renewed Nuclear Talks With Russia While Punishing Kremlin, Adviser Says

Biden Plans Renewed Nuclear Talks With Russia While Punishing Kremlin, Adviser Says

The new US administration plans to negotiate with Russia on the extension of the Treaty on Measures for the Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms (START, unofficially called START-3). This was announced by Jake Sullivan, whom President-elect Joe Biden chose as his national security adviser. Even at the height of the Cold War, he said, the countries had ...

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Vladimir Putin is dead. The country is ruled by a double.

Vladimir Putin is dead. The country is ruled by a double.

I’ll try to go through it in order. A couple of years ago, I read an article in the German Spiegel about one of Germany’s leading cancer centers, where an anonymous patient was consulted by the Moscow Central Clinical Hospital in 2006 for a biopsy. The Germans did the analysis, determined the form of cancer, and gave the patient a ...

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Johnson ruled out a referendum on Scottish independence in the coming years

Johnson ruled out a referendum on Scottish independence in the coming years

Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon insists on new vote A new Scottish independence referendum may not happen until the next generation, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Sunday, while the Scottish leader called for a new Brexit vote “I know from experience that referendums in our country are not much fun,” Johnson said, speaking to the BBC program. – ...

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Israel called “nonsense” Iran’s claims that it is trying to draw the U.S. into war

Israel called "nonsense" Iran's claims that it is trying to draw the U.S. into war

Israeli cabinet member confirms the country is on high alert on the anniversary of the assassination of Iranian General Suleimani An Israeli cabinet member called “nonsense” statements by the Iranian foreign minister that Israel is trying to trick the U.S. into going to war with Iran. It is Israel that should be on alert for possible Iranian strikes on the ...

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“Beware the trap, Trump!” Iran’s Foreign Minister Reveals War Threatening Conspiracy

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned U.S. President Donald Trump on Twitter of an impending provocation by Israeli agents plotting to start a war. “Beware of the trap, Trump!” – the Iranian minister urged. So far, 45th U.S. President Donald Trump remains hardly the only White House head in the past decade who has not unleashed a single war. ...

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Speaker of the Estonian Parliament announced territorial claims against Russia

Speaker of the Estonian Parliament announced territorial claims against Russia

Speaker of the Estonian Parliament Henn Põlluas said in his New Year’s address that the Tartu Peace Treaty, in which “the border between Estonia and Russia was agreed upon,” is still valid under international law. The politician’s congratulatory message was published on the parliament’s website. Põlluas reminded me that February 2020 was the hundredth anniversary of the agreement. According to ...

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Counting in thousands. Armenia voiced military casualties in Karabakh

Counting in thousands. Armenia voiced military casualties in Karabakh

Since the beginning of the conflict in Karabakh 3,330 Armenian servicemen have been killed, according to Alina Nikoghosyan, spokeswoman of the Armenian Health Ministry. “As of January 1, forensic medical examinations of 3,330 bodies (those killed in Karabakh – ed.) were conducted. To identify and identify the bodies, 1441 samples have been taken from the bodies and remains of the ...

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