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Customers in New Zealand, Russia and Turkey celebrate arrival of Apple Watch

The Apple Watch went on sale in New Zealand, Russia and Turkey today, with the wearable devices available at the countries’ respective Apple Online Stores and brick-and-mortar retailers. In Russia, Watches can be purchased in person at iPort, Re:Store, and C-store Internet stores. In Turkey, customers can do in-store pickup at Apple Stores in Istanbul’s Zorlu Center and […]

Soccer Morning (7.22.15) Manuel Veth interview

last weekSports / Football : EPL Talk

Today’s episode of Soccer Morning features an interview with Manuel Veth. Jason kicks off today’s show with Manuel Veth ( as they discuss racism in Russian soccer and its impact on the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Listen to the … Continue reading ?

Searching for—and Broadcasting—a New Gospel

A recent book examines the struggle in today's Russia for what and whom to believe in.

Pluto’s Shining Moment, and the Threat of Russia

On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Ralph Gardner to talk Pluto, Morgan Chalfont on the threat Russia poses, and Dennis Greene on concussions in the NFL. The post Pluto’s Shining Moment, and the Threat of Russia appeared first on RedState.

The top 20 countries as ranked by reputation

Countries like Iraq, Iran, and Russia find themselves in the headlines daily due to their ongoing military conflicts, human rights violations, and oppressive regimes. Unsurprisingly, a report issued today by the Reputation InstituteShow More Summary

Putin's Russia

In Russia today being gay is not a crime and President Putin even jokes, from time to time, that he knows some people who are gay and that his government's new laws do not harm anybody. Well, I hope Vladimir watches this film by ChebuTV...Show More Summary

What Russia's historically expensive 2018 World Cup stadiums look like today

After spending an estimated $51 billion to host the 2014 Olympics, Russia has budgeted nearly $12 billion more for the 2018 World Cup. As a result, it's expected to be the most expensive World Cup in history. With 12 stadiums across 11 host cities – Moscow, St. Show More Summary

Gett adds support for accessibility features to help the visually impaired grab a cab

Gett, a taxi-hailing app available in the US, UK, Russia and Israel, has today updated its Android and iOS apps to make it easier for people who are blind, or have other severe visual impairment problems, to book a car. While Android and iOS both have accessibility features baked-in, it’s up to developers to add support for them in their own apps. Show More Summary

Over Easy: You deserve a BRICS today.

While Germany and France and all are trying to destroy Greece with their TROIKA demands. Not mentioned in the western MSM, the BRICS [Brazil, Russia, China, South Africa] nations held their current summit in  Ufa, Russia.  As Mike Whitney puts it in Counterpunch; Let’s cut to the chase: Leaders of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India,...

Germans in Rift with Eurozone on Debt Relief; Greece Connects with Russia, Unveils €2 Billion Gas Deal; Did France Save Europe?

Yesterday, US treasury Secretary Jack Lew and International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde Pressured Eurozone Ministers to Grant Debt Relief to Greece. Today, the Telegraph reports Germans in Rift with the Rest ofShow More Summary

Russia: Sorry, Srebrenica Was Not a Genocide

Russia has vetoed a UN resolution that would have condemned the 1995 massacre at Srebrenica during the Bosnian war as a "crime of genocide." The Security Council put the resolution to a vote today despite appeals from Russia and China not to vote because of divisions in the UN's most...

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Mother Russia Bleeds: An Interview

Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader-run community: Mother Russia Bleeds: An Interview with Le Cartel • Should Future Splatfests Be Scored Differently? • TAY Digest: Summer Dungeons Edition • Manga Reviews: Les Misérables, Love at Fourteen Vol. 3, A Silent Voice Vol. 1, Your Lie in April Vol. 2 Read more...

2015 BRICS Meeting Helps Russia to Break Chains of International Isolation

The heads of Brazil, India, China and South Africa will meet under the leadership of Vladimir Putin in Russia’s Ufa for the seventh annual BRICS summit that kicks off today.

Greek Debt, Oil Prices, China Stocks to Take Center Stage at BRICS Summit

The Greek debt crisis, the expected lifting of sanctions on Iran and oil and stock market volatility will dominate the agenda of the BRICS summit which is opening today in Russia.

The hacked surveillance company with alleged ties to Russia and the Sudan is reportedly in crisis mode

Today has not been a good day for the Italian surveillance company Hacking Team. Late Sunday night, private documents from the company were apparently leaked online. And now, according to an anonymous source speaking to Motherboard, the company is in the midst of a crisis. Show More Summary

Russia Gloats: "Merkel's Misery Over Broken Europe Dreams"

Earlier today, as has become a symbolic custom, Tsipras spoke to Russia's Putin by phone. Aside for the referendum, the topic of their conversation was unknown, but both sides rushed to note that financial aid was not among the topics of discussion, which assures it was. Show More Summary

The International Space Station Finally Gets New Supples

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Russia’s unmanned Progress M-28M vehicle docked with the International Space Station today, just week after SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket exploded, destroying its payload of supplies and science experiments bound for ISS. Read more...

VICE News Capsule - Thursday, July 2

4 weeks agoNews : Vice News

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Russia halts gas supplies to Ukraine, fish farms expand in the Gaza strip, one of the last big Holocaust trials nears its end, and western Europe faces its first heatwave of 2015. Watch: "Tear Gas and Rubber Bullets Disrupt Istanbul Gay Pride Parade"

Toward a Rational US Strategy (Part 2)

Special Report: The ultimate madness of today’s U.S. foreign policy is Official Washington’s eager embrace of a new Cold War against Russia with the potential for nuclear annihilation. A rational strategy would seek alternatives to this return to big-power confrontation, writes ex-U.S. diplomat William R. Polk. By William R. Polk In Part One, I dealt at length with America’s…

Today's Best Media Deals: Commie Superman, Fault In Our Stars, & More

last monthGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Truth, justice, and...Mother Russia? What would Superman have looked like if he was raised in the Soviet Union. You’ll find out in the complete Superman: Red Son compendium, available on Amazon today for just $11. Read more...

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