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Defend Russia against its intelligence agencies by Trump

US President Donald Trump defended Russia’s allegations of alleged interference in the US presidential election in 2016. After a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Trump himself denied the intelligence services of the United States and said that Russia has …

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Woman accused of being spying for Russia in the US

The US government accused a 29-year-old Russian woman in political organizations and accused the Russian government of espionage. According to the US media, Maria Bout joined the Republican Party and campaigned for weapons. The charge is not related to the investigative interference …

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New Zealand considers war crimes in Afghanistan

A senior Australian judge and former Prime Minister of New Zealand are interrogating individual, but remarkable similar events during the war, which will soon enter their 18th year. Citing unidentified complaints from Australian media, office workers and retired soldiers, it …

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Sunrise services set for Sunday morning in Galion

Easter service planned at Windfall Emanuel UCC, GALION – Windfall Emanuel United Church of Christ, 1781 Biddle Road is preparing Easter services, beginning with an Easter Sunrise choral program at 8 pm, followed by breakfast by the men of the church. …

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