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15.12.2019 06:54
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'US Senate's Russia-Aimed Terrorism Designation Bill Won't End up Changing Much if Anything' - Prof

enclosure imageOn Wednesday, the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved a bill asking the State Department to determine whether Russia is a state sponsor of terrorism along with Iran and North Korea. Moscow slammed the decision, describing it as "Russophobic politics in one's own opportunistic goals, and not even in one's interests".

Náhled
15.12.2019 06:25
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Amanda Nunes retains bantamweight title at UFC 245 as boxing champion Claressa Shields calls for crossover bout

AMANDA NUNES defended her UFC bantamweight title against Germaine de Randamie – and caught the attention of boxing champion Claressa Shields. The UFC queen defeated Germaine de Randamie over five round in Las Vegas as two-weight ring champion Shields watched on cageside. Two-time Olympic boxing gold medalist @Claressashields wants to prove that she is the best […]

Náhled
15.12.2019 06:22
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UFC 245: Amanda Nunes outgrapples Germaine de Randamie to retain UFC bantamweight title (VIDEO)

Preview In 2013, it was Amanda Nunes' superior grappling that led her to a victory over Germaine de Randamie. And the two-weight world champion repeated the trick as she claimed a unanimous decision victory in Las Vegas. Read Full Article at RT.com

Náhled
15.12.2019 06:22
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UFC 245: Amanda Nunes outgrapples Germaine de Randamie to retain UFC bantamweight title (VIDEO)

Preview In 2013, it was Amanda Nunes' superior grappling that led her to a victory over Germaine de Randamie. And the two-weight world champion repeated the trick as she claimed a unanimous decision victory in Las Vegas. Read Full Article at RT.com

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15.12.2019 06:22
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UFC 245: Amanda Nunes outgrapples Germaine de Randamie to retain UFC bantamweight title (VIDEO)

Preview In 2013, it was Amanda Nunes' superior grappling that led her to a victory over Germaine de Randamie. And the two-weight world champion repeated the trick as she claimed a unanimous decision victory in Las Vegas. Read Full Article at RT.com

Náhled
15.12.2019 05:57
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I'm standing in my neighbor's back yard naked with it 30 degrees, ask me anything

I'm standing in my neighbor's backyard naked with the temp being 30 degree's, ask me anything.

Náhled
15.12.2019 05:39
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An apology to Carter Page

An apology to Carter Page https://thehill.com/opinion/judiciary/47...arter-page After he was acquitted in a major fraud trial, former Labor Secretary Ray Donovan asked, "Which office do I go to to get my reputation back?" The trial was ruinous for Donovan, personally and financially, and the question was a fair one. Donovan, however, at least received a trial. Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page has never been given a fair hearing, let alone a trial, to clear his name. As the two political parties spin the results of a report by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz, one matter remains unaddressed. Someone needs to apologize to Page. I do not know Page and have had only one conversation with him that I can recall. Indeed, my only impression of him was shaped by the image, repeated in endless media segments, of a shady character who was at worst a Russian spy and at best a Russian stooge. Page became the face and focus for the justification of the Russia collusion investigation. His manifest guilt and sinister work in Moscow had to be accepted in order to combat those questioning the allegations of Trump campaign collusion with the Russians. In other words, his guilt had to be indisputable in order for the Russia collusion investigation to be, so to speak, unimpeachable. Ultimately, special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of collusion or conspiracy by Trump associates or the campaign with those Russians intervening in the election. However, Horowitz found that the FBI never had any real evidence against Page before beginning its investigation, codenamed Operation Crossfire Hurricane. Soon after the investigation was opened, it became clear that Page had been wrongly accused and was, in fact, working for the CIA, not the Russians. Page himself later said he was working with the CIA, yet the media not only dismissed his claim but was very openly dismissive while portraying him as a bumbling fool. Horowitz found that FBI investigators and lawyers had determined that the allegations involving Page fell short of a case for probable cause to open a secret warrant under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Those investigators were then told by the eventually fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe to look at the Steele dossier, which was actually funded by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee. The Clinton campaign denied repeatedly that it funded the dossier but finally admitted doing so after being confronted by media with new information. Despite warnings about the credibility of Steele and red flags over the unreliability of the dossier, Horowitz found that "FBI leadership" used the dossier to justify its application for a FISA warrant. Democratic members of Congress and a wide array of media outlets have long told the public that the dossier was just one part of the FISA application. That is false. Horowitz states that the dossier played the "central and essential role" in securing the secret surveillance of the Trump campaign, including four investigations with both electronic surveillance and undercover assets. Early on, Horowitz found that an unnamed government agency, widely acknowledged to be the CIA, told the FBI that it was making a mistake about Page and that he was working for the agency as an "operational contact" in Moscow. Indeed, he was working as an asset for the CIA for years. While it was falsely reported that Page met with three suspicious individuals there, he had no contact with two of those individuals. More importantly, Page did the right thing and told American officials about being contacted by the third person, because he felt they should know. It gets even worse. Throughout Operation Crossfire Hurricane, evidence continued to flow into the FBI that Christopher Steele, the former British spy who wrote the infamous dossier, was unreliable and working against the election of Trump. Not only was he known to be trying to get this false information to the press, but evidence mounted that he misrepresented sources and stated false information. While it took long, someone at the Justice Department finally decided to act on the FISA matter regarding Page. The official in charge of FISA applications, Kevin Clinesmith, was told to ask the CIA again about whether Page had been working for the agency. He was again told that Page in fact was, yet Clinesmith allegedly changed the CIA response to describe Page as not working for it. He is now being criminally referred by Horowitz for falsifying that information. Investigators also found an array of messages against Trump on the social media accounts of Clinesmith, including one declaring "vive le resistance" after Trump won. Meanwhile, throughout this period, the FBI was leaking a

Náhled
15.12.2019 05:30
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‘Terrorism comes at a cost’: India’s ex-Air Force chief says Balakot strikes ‘effectively conveyed’ this message to Pakistan

Preview India’s counter-terrorist strike in Pakistan made it crystal clear to any wannabe attack mastermind or perpetrator that they can’t avoid imminent retaliation, retired Air Force chief said, sharing his view of the Balakot raid. Read Full Article at RT.com

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15.12.2019 05:30
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‘Terrorism comes at a cost’: India’s ex-Air Force chief says Balakot strikes ‘effectively conveyed’ this message to Pakistan

Preview India’s counter-terrorist strike in Pakistan made it crystal clear to any wannabe attack mastermind or perpetrator that they can’t avoid imminent retaliation, retired Air Force chief said, sharing his view of the Balakot raid. Read Full Article at RT.com

Náhled
15.12.2019 05:30
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‘Terrorism comes at a cost’: India’s ex-Air Force chief says Balakot strikes ‘effectively conveyed’ this message to Pakistan

Preview India’s counter-terrorist strike in Pakistan made it crystal clear to any wannabe attack mastermind or perpetrator that they can’t avoid imminent retaliation, retired Air Force chief said, sharing his view of the Balakot raid. Read Full Article at RT.com

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