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UN call to withdraw ‘foreign troops’ from Moldova threatens Transnistria peace process – Moscow

A UN resolution calling for withdrawal of “foreign troops” from Moldova might reignite the Transnistrian conflict, Moscow warns. Moldovan President Igor Dodon called the resolution a PR stunt of the democrats ahead of an election. The resolution, calling for the “complete and unconditional withdrawal of foreign military forces” from Moldova was adopted by the UN General Assembly on Friday. The ...

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Trump's goal to keep China from using 'nuclear option' of dumping US debt – Max Keiser

President Donald Trump is cutting US military spending to be less exposed to the skyrocketing interest rates that would become unavoidable when China opts to dump US Treasury bonds, Max Keiser has told RT. “To understand US trade policies – and in particular Trump’s policies on China – from Trump’s point of view you have to think like Trump,” the host ...

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‘Incompetent enemies’: John McAfee blasts ‘poisoning’ attempt from his hospital bed (PHOTOS)

John McAfee says he has survived an attempt on his life after his “enemies” tried to poison him. The cybersecurity pioneer made the startling claim on Twitter and shared images of himself lying in a hospital bed covered in tubes. “My enemies managed to spike something that I ingested,” McAfee wrote. “However, I am more difficult to kill than anyone ...

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Species-identifying AI gets a boost from images snapped by citizen naturalists

Someday we’ll have an app that you can point at a weird bug or unfamiliar fern and have it spit out the genus and species. But right now computer vision systems just aren’t up to the task. To help things along, researchers have assembled hundreds of thousands of images taken by regular folks of critters in real life situations — ...

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Dramatic rescue: Father pulls son from burning race car (VIDEO)

Dramatic footage shows the moment a NASCAR driver was pulled from flaming wreckage by his father after his car hit a wall and caught fire during a race at the South Boston Speedway. The tense scenes unfolded at the NASCAR Late Model race in Virginia during Father’s Day weekend. Mike Jones was hoping to secure the lead in the race ...

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Crimea's lifeline to Syria: Damascus gets grain supplies from Russia’s Black Sea peninsula

Russia has begun deliveries of wheat from Crimea to Syria. The move solves the dual problems of grain overproduction in Crimea and Syria’s desperate need for bread. Read more The shipments are coming from the Russian port of Sevastopol to the Syrian port of Tartus, where Russia has a naval base. Sevastopol officials said this month that they plan to ...

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Russian MP proposes moving Soviet-era monuments from Poland to save them from demolition

A Communist member of the State Duma has proposed moving Soviet-era monuments, which now face demolition in Poland, to Russia and funding the operation with donations from concerned citizens. MP Valery Rashkin detailed his proposal in an address to Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, parts of which were quoted in the Thursday edition of popular Russian daily Kommersant. In the message, ...

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