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  1. Putin says Kurile is an Ideal Place to Check the United States in the Far East: Independent Japan?

    Moderntokyotimes.com - Japan 06.19 / 22:09 moderntokyotimes.com
    Putin says Kurile is an Ideal Place to Check the United States in the Far East: Independent Japan? Galina Zobova, Chika Mori, and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The Russian Federation is alarmed by America spreading part of its anti-missile system to Alaska and South Korea. This follows on from anti-Russian Federation actions by…
  2. Putin-Backed Russian Church Leader: Men Need Full Beards To ‘Protect Themselves From Homosexuality’

    Thegailygrind.com - Lifestyle 06.19 / 22:07 thegailygrind.com
    The Putin-backed head of the Russian Orthodox Old Believer Church (RPSC) has said beards protect men from being gay. Metropolitan Kornily, Primate of the RPSC, said men should stop shaving to “protect themselves from homosexuality,” reports The Moscow Times. According to Kornily, men with beards are less likely to be “corrupted” by same-sex relationships. “God […] The post Putin-Backed Russian Church Leader: Men Need Full Beards To ‘Protect Themselves From Homosexuality’ appeared firs…
  3. What Is Putin Up To in Syria?

    Russia and the U.S. are coming into conflict, even as they claim to be fighting the same…
  4. Putin Denies Russian State Role, But Says Individual ‘Patriotic’ Hackers May Have Mounted Attacks

    Stopmakingsense.org - Science 06.19 / 20:06 stopmakingsense.org
    Sabra Ayres reports for the Los Angeles Times: After months of categorically denying Russian involvement in cyberattacks during last year’s U.S. presidential elections, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said that while the Kremlin has never used state-sponsored cyberattacks to meddle in other countries’ elections, some “patriotically minded” volunteer hackers may have acted on their [……
  5. Putin’s Pro-Trump Plot Has Backfired Spectacularly

    Newrepublic.com - Lifestyle 06.19 / 17:05 newrepublic.com
    At his annual live call-in show late last week, Vladimir Putin wryly offered political asylum to James Comey “if he faces prosecution of any kind” in the United States, asking, “What’s the difference between the FBI director and [Edward] Snowden?” There is, of course, a clear distinction between slipping your own unclassified memo to the press and leaking a massive trove of data about classified National Security Agency programs. There’s another important difference: the latter redounded to…
  6. Beards can protect you from being gay, says Putin-backed Russian priest

    Gaystarnews.com - Lifestyle 06.19 / 16:25 gaystarnews.com
    Apparently this priest has never met a bear, and we're not talking about the…
  7. Oliver Stone’s Vladimir Putin interviews are accidentally revelatory

    CNBC - Politics 06.19 / 15:15 cnbc.com
    Oliver Stone wanted to find the humanity in the Russian leader. Too bad he’s not a better interviewer, Vox r…
  8. Putin claims Russia has never engaged in hacking

    Macleans.ca - Technology 06.19 / 12:20 www.macleans.ca
    However, Putin admitted the possibility that some individual 'patriotic' hackers could have mounted some attacks The post Putin claims Russia has never engaged in hacking appeared first on…
  9. News Feed Putin appoints new ambassador to Turkey

    Armradio.am - Politics 06.19 / 10:03 armradio.am
    Photo: Sergei Fadeichev/TASS   Russian President Vladimir Putin has appointed a new ambassador to Turkey, TASS reports. “Alexander Yerkhov shall be appointed Russia’s new ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the Turkish Republic,” says a presidential decree published on the official legal information portal. Until recently Yerkhov led the Foreign Ministry’s crisis situation management center. Russia’s previous ambassador, Andrei Karlov, was gunned down on Decemb…
  10. Putin on a show of strength: Russian fighter jets, bombers and helicopters fire and evade missiles in spectacular 'milit

    Combataircraft.com - Military 06.19 / 04:02 combataircraft.com
    Russian jet fighters, missiles racing through the sky and great plumes of smoke. Thankfully, this is not the beginning of World War Three but, rather, an aerial tournament, known as Aviadarts. The self-styled 'military Olympics' competition is designed to test flight skills and precision shooting and is being held this year at the Pogonovo range in the Voronezh region, south of…
  11. 25 things revealed about Vladimir Putin in Oliver Stone's interviews

    Sott.net - World 06.19 / 00:02 sott.net
    Russian President Vladimir Putin over the course of the Putin Interviews gives an insight into his personality such as he has never done before. I have now watched the first three episodes of the Putin Interviews, which is sufficient to give an overview of the series. Comment: Surprised he didn't wait to write the article until he completed watching the series. Each one gets better. In my opinion it is by far the best and most interesting series of programs which have appeared on…
  12. Putin Slams New US Anti-Russia Sanctions

    Financialtribune.com - Finance 06.18 / 22:01 financialtribune.com
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  13. Oliver Stone: Putin restoring the world order that was violated by the US

    Sott.net - World 06.18 / 19:07 sott.net
    One of the main driving forces behind Russian President Vladimir Putin's politics is to strive for international law and order. Such an opinion was stated today in an exclusive interview to "Rossiyskaya Gazeta", with the American director Oliver Stone. His new documentary about the Russian president made its debut on television in the United States from 19 to 22 June, and will be soon shown in Russia's "First Channel". The Russian leader criticized those politicians who do not look 25 to…
  14. Putin sees chance under Trump to 'crack the NATO alliance': former US envoy

    Abcnews.go.com - US 06.18 / 18:30 abcnews.go.com
    Douglas Lute said Putin sees a chance to create fissures in the NATO…
  15. Putin Says Sanctions Would 'Harm' Relations, But He's Not Worried Yet

    Newsy.com - Politics 06.18 / 17:51 newsy.com
    Watch VideoRussian President Vladimir Putin says new U.S. sanctions would complicate the two countries' relationship, but that doesn't mean it would collapse altogether.On Wednesday, the Senate almost unanimously passed a bill to impose stronger sanctions against Russia and prevent President Donald Trump from lightening sanctions without congressional approval. The proposed sanctions stem from Russian election hacks, as well as its involvement in conflicts in…
  16. Putin Says Sanctions Would 'Harm' Relations, But He's Not Worried Yet

    Newsy.com - World 06.18 / 17:51 newsy.com
    Watch VideoRussian President Vladimir Putin says new U.S. sanctions would complicate the two countries' relationship, but that doesn't mean it would collapse altogether.On Wednesday, the Senate almost unanimously passed a bill to impose stronger sanctions against Russia and prevent President Donald Trump from lightening sanctions without congressional approval. The proposed sanctions stem from Russian election hacks, as well as its involvement in conflicts in…
  17. Megyn Kelly’s Putin Interview Was Worse Than We Thought

    Newshounds.us - Media 06.18 / 17:51 newshounds.us
    While Megyn Kelly is being filleted over her upcoming Alex Jones interview, she has yet to get away from her widely-panned interview with Vladimir Putin. Now, new footage obtained by HuffPost shows Kelly asking a lapdog question that allowed Putin to filibuster with talking points she failed to…
  18. Nato starts war games as troops swoop on Putin's enclave amid WW3 tension

    Express-World 06.18 / 16:12 express.co.uk
    RUSSIA was surrounded on all sides by NATO forces yesterday as America and Britain kicked off a summer of war games in Kaliningrad, amid World War III…
  19. Russia delivers win for Putin to open Confederations Cup

    Staradvertiser.com - Hawaii 06.18 / 10:59 staradvertiser.com
    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia >> What Vladimir Putin wants, Vladimir Putin tends to…
  20. New US sanctions will complicate Russian-US relations: Vladimir Putin

    Siasat.com - World 06.18 / 10:08 siasat.com
    Moscow: Russian President Vladimir Putin said that it was too early to respond to the newest round of sanctions recently imposed on the country by the US. In an interview broadcast on Saturday, Putin told Rossiya 1 television channel that Russia first needed to see how the new restrictions would be implemented, Efe news reported.…