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Russia needs more offensive foreign policy to counter US – security council chief

With Washington dropping all pretense and turning ever more hostile and confrontational towards Russia, Moscow needs to make its foreign policy more offensive, the head of the Russian national security council believes. Over the past few years Washington has taken a number of steps and made policy changes that pose a threat to Russia, Nikolay Patrushev told the nation’s top ...

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Macron’s fizzle: 12 French missiles launched at Syria, but several more fail to fire

The French Navy had to use a backup warship to fire three cruise missiles at Syria after a planned barrage failed to launch. The airborne missiles had issues, too, with at least one of the ten failing to fire properly. France took part last Friday night in the US-led missile attack against Syria over an alleged chemical weapons attack in ...

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US dropped more bombs on Afghanistan than Syria and Iraq last month

The US dropped more bombs on Afghanistan last month than it did on Iraq and Syria – a sign that the military’s attention is shifting back towards the country it invaded in 2001 after focusing on Islamic State since 2014. Read more According to an Air Force report, American aircraft dropped 339 bombs in Afghanistan in March, compared to 294 ...

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‘Nobody’s tougher on Russia!’ Trump recalls ‘severe fight’ in Syria, vows more sanctions if needed

Nobody has ever been tougher on Moscow than Donald Trump, the US President has proclaimed, promising even more sanctions if necessary and highlighting an alleged recent “severe” clash between the US and “Russian troops” in Syria. Trump’s urge to reassure the US media of his “toughness” forced him back to the podium at the end of the joint conference with ...

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‘I’m more a spy than he is!’ Trump defends US pastor on trial in Turkey

US President Donald Trump has voiced his support for US pastor Andrew Brunson, who is currently being tried by Ankara over his alleged links to a group accused of orchestrating a failed military coup in Turkey. Trump called Brunson “a fine gentleman” and a “Christian leader” who is being persecuted in Turkey for “no reason”. “They call him a spy, ...

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More sanctions against Russia to be announced on Monday – Haley

Washington plans to slap Moscow with a new batch of sanctions as early as Monday, the US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley said. The new measures are said to be a response to Russia’s alleged “aggressive actions.” Haley blamed Moscow for the tense relations between the US and Russia and accused it of continuously engaging in aggressive behavior. She ...

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Amazon finally opens up Prime Wardrobe to more customers

Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe appears to be getting ready to launch. The retailer’s “try before you buy” shopping service, first announced in June 2017, aims to challenge incumbents in the market like Stitch Fix, Trunk Club, Wantable, and others. The service has quietly remained in an invite-only beta since last year, and Amazon claims that’s still the case. However, a recent ...

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Trump’s pick for State Secretary Pompeo says no more soft policy toward Russia

CIA director Mike Pompeo, who was picked by President Donald Trump to lead US foreign policy, has declared that the days of what he called a “soft policy” toward Russia are over. At the same time, he said dialogue must continue. “Russia continues to act aggressively, enabled by years of soft policy toward that aggression. That’s now over. The list ...

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With Fargate, AWS wants to make containers more cloud native

At its re:Invent developer conference, AWS made so many announcements that even some of the company’s biggest launches only got a small amount of attention. While the company’s long-awaited Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes got quite a bit of press, the launch of the far more novel Fargate container service stayed under the radar. When I talked to him earlier ...

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Putin: The world is getting more chaotic, but we hope that common sense will prevail

Published time: 11 Apr, 2018 14:51 Edited time: 11 Apr, 2018 14:57 Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed hope that “common sense” will eventually prevail in the modern world, which is becoming “more chaotic.” The current international situation is very troubling, he added. MORE TO FOLLOW Let’s block ads! (Why?) RT World News

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