Russia will investigate the legality of smartphone app Pokémon Go with the possibility of banning it, national daily newspaper Izvestia reports. Pokémon Go, the augmented reality game, projects the popular digital creatures on to footage of a player’s surroundings, taken by their phone camera. Show More Summary
Embarrassing emails and files leaked from the Democratic National Committee may be courtesy of Vladimir Putin in an attempt to influence the American election in favor of Donald Trump, who has said nice things about Putin. Cartoon by Chris Britt.
In a move reminiscent of the "Friendship Games" attended by Soviet Bloc and Eastern European countries boycotting the 1984 Olympic Games in Los...
If there is any shock at the level of corruption within the Democratic National Committee (DNC) as revealed in recently released emails attributed to Wikileaks and the DNC's automatic response to blame Russia, the fact that Debbie Wasserman-Schultz...Show More Summary
Yet another U.S. Democratic Party group has been hacked, the FBI said today. This latest cyberattack against the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (or DCCC) could be related to an earlier hack against the Democratic National Committee, Reuters reported, citing unnamed sources on the FBI investigation. (more…)
From the latest in the Mother Jones “Trump Files,” their daily dose of weird shit from the GOP presidential nominee, comes a bizarre ad from when The Donald attempted to sell “the world’s finest super premium vodka” to the Russian market in 2007. This article was originally published by The...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - If Russia's planned humanitarian operation for Aleppo is a ruse, it risks disrupting U.S.-Russian efforts to achieve a political solution to end the five-year Syrian civil war, the United States said on Friday...
Russia's world-renowned Tretyakov Gallery has opened a massive exhibition dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Ivan Aivazovsky, one of the greatest marine artists in history.
The launch of a joint humanitarian relief operation in Aleppo by Russia and the Syrian government has “switched all the trump cards out of US hand”, according to Reuters, and here is why.
Al Qaeda's former affiliate in Syria, Jabhat al-Nusra, formally severed ties with the global terror organization Thursday in an attempt to "unify" as a distinct Islamist brigade with its own revolutionary goals and vision. In its mission...Show More Summary
Lawmakers from the Russian Duma, the lower house of the country's parliament, are planning to introduce a bill recognizing the crimes committed by Ukrainian fascists against the Polish civilian population as 'genocide', Russia's RIA Novosti reports.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)could make steps toward easing sanctions against Russia, according to French parliament Foreign Affairs Committee member Thierry Mariani, who is also a member of the French delegation to PACE.
To the editor: No, Donald Trump’s invitation to Russia to disclose hacked emails from Hillary Clinton does not rise to the level of treason. But it does rise to the level of disgusting politics and psychodrama. (“Democrats see a silver lining in an email release,” editorial, July 26) I would hope...
Times readers react to Donald Trump’s call for Russia to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails.
U.S. officials are examining Russia’s involvement in a breach of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s computer system.
"How do you expect people to walk through a corridor - thousands of them - while there is shelling, bombing, fighting?" official says
Russia – if you’re listening – I hope you’re able to find the hacked DCCC emails… The FBI is investigating... The post BREAKING: Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee Hacked Too! appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
According to media reports, police in Stockholm detained a 36-year-old man on Friday wanted in Russia on terror-related charges.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier urged Russia on Friday to cooperate with the UN in providing humanitarian corridor for Syria’s Aleppo.
The reports that al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria, al-Nusra Front is changing its name and is breaking ties with al-Qaeda might have been caused by the upcoming defeat of the group in Aleppo and the fear that Russia and the US are uniting efforts to combat it jointly, according to Russian political scientist Alexandr Ignatenko.