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Pakistanis Write Open Letter to CNN Following Peshawar Massacre
Russia’s Glonass to Provide Brazil With Alternative to GPS: Coordinator
Russian Defense Data Center Outperforms US Facility Threefold: Official
Anti-Islam Protest Takes Place Near Sydney Hostage Site
Kiev Announces Nationwide Energy-Saving Measures Citing Fuel Deficit
Putin Discusses Donbas Situation With Merkel, Hollande, Poroshenko: Kremlin
Putin Will Meet With Journalists at Annual Press Conference on December 18
Stratfor: Ukraine Coup Plotted by US Over Russian Stance on Syria
Highlights of Putin's Big Annual Press Conference 2014
Obama Signs Ukraine Freedom Support Act: Psaki
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Syria's Foreign Minister accuses the U.S. of an act of "criminal and terrorist aggression" after a raid near Syria's border with Iraq.
UK, French, German Citizens Wish to See EU Policy More Independent From US
According to the poll conducted by ICM Research, 62 percent of Germans think that Brussels should become more independent from Washington, while 38 percent of French citizens and 39 percent of Britons share the same opinion.
Anti-Islam Protests in Germany Cause Public Backlash on Social Media
Protests against radical Islam and the alleged Islamification of Germany have gained traction in the country, capitalizing on Germany’s growing concern over immigration. The rise of the far-right movement has caused a public and political backlash.
US Provoked Oil Prices Fall to Attack Venezuela, Russia: Evo Morales
Nowadays it is impossible to remove presidents with military coups, so economic means and sanctions are considered, Bolivian President Evo Morales said, adding that the US has provoked the reduction in oil prices to 'attack' Russia's and Venezuela's economies.
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