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Russia not prepared to ‘depend on someone’s morning mood’ after Trump’s fiery tweets

International relations should not be affected if someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said. US President Donald Trump recently took to Twitter to threaten strikes on Syria. “We cannot depend on the mood someone overseas is waking up in, and on what comes into mind of a particular person [the] ...

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‘Bipolar’ Trump? Twitter stumped after confusing stance on Syria

President Donald Trump’s Twitter page can be an alarming and confusing place at the best of times. His latest instance of indecision over war or world peace has sparked questions about his mental health, however. The president began his morning on Wednesday by warning Russia to “get ready” for “nice and new and ‘smart’” missiles that would soon be fired ...

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Instagram will let you download your content after criticism about portability

Yesterday we reported that Instagram lacked data portability, knocking the app for the absence of an equivalent to Facebook’s Download Your Information too. Now an Instagram spokesperson tells me “We are building a new data portability tool. You’ll soon be able to download a copy of what you’ve shared on Instagram, including your photos, videos and messages.” This tool could ...

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Third national security aide resigns from White House after Bolton takes job

The White House has announced the resignation of Deputy national security adviser Nadia Schadlow, the third senior official to leave President Donald Trump’s team following John Bolton’s appointment as national security adviser. “The administration thanks Dr. Schadlow for her service and leadership in crafting the president’s ‘America First’ national security agenda strategy,” deputy White House press secretary Raj Shah said ...

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Haley uses child victims as tool v Russia – after US called civilian casualties a ‘fact of life’

Children suffering in war have become tools for the West, with Nikki Haley stating that Russia’s hands are “covered in their blood” in Syria. However, the US seems to not mind “collateral damage” in the wars it’s backing. READ MORE: 3yrs of civilian deaths in Yemen don’t hold US & allies back from selling arms to Saudis – Amnesty Speaking at ...

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BBC journo confronted after deleting tweet doubting 'staged' scenes in Syria

A BBC journalist expressed skepticism about an alleged chemical attack in Syria that the West has largely – and without evidence – blamed on Bashar Assad. He tweeted that he was tired of “staged” scenes before deleting the post. “Sick and tired of activists and rebels using corpses of dead children to stage emotive scenes for Western consumption. Then they ...

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‘Russiagate gets sillier by the day’: Mueller goes after reported Clinton donor Victor Pinchuk

The Twitterverse has mocked the latest Trump-Russia collusion bombshell as a desperate dud, after a Ukrainian oligarch was targeted for donating $ 150,000 to Trump. The same businessman gave $ 13 million to the Clintons. Read more Victor Pinchuk, a Ukrainian steel magnate, made the payment to the Donald J. Trump Foundation in 2015 in exchange for a 20-minute appearance ...

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Facebook begins blocking apps from accessing user data after 90 days of non-use

Facebook has rolled out a change that limits apps’ ability to access users’ data. The change comes hours before Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress where it’s expected he will have to answer questions about how the company handles its users’ personal information, in wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal which saw the personal data of 87 million Facebook users ...

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Fox host Laura Ingraham slams ‘bullying left’ after ad scandal

Embattled Fox News host Laura Ingraham slammed the American left for “bullying” conservatives into silence and clamping down on free speech, in her first show back on the network in almost two weeks. Ingraham had taken a vacation after a boycott campaign saw 16 companies drop their advertisements from her show, following a tweet she made attacking Parkland shooting survivor ...

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Russian stocks claw back losses after Monday rout

Moscow-traded stocks and the Russian ruble rebounded on Tuesday after suffering their worst session in four years as a result of the US sanctions list expansion against Russian businessmen and companies. The ruble-traded MICEX Index clawed back some ground, gaining 1.5 percent as of 13:18 Moscow time. The dollar-denominated RTS was down 1.5 percent. On Monday, it had dropped to ...

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