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Snowstorm delays Trump-Merkel meeting

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's first face-to-face meeting with US President Donald Trump will have to wait an extra three days due to a winter storm that threatens to shutdown Washington. White …

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Protesters and supporters of Trump clash in Washington

Protesters and supporters of US President-elect Donald Trump clashed outside a pro-Trump event in Washington the night before his inauguration. Police used chemical spray on some protesters in an effort to control the unruly …

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 Russia ready for nuclear arms cuts, but...

The Kremlin disputed a statement by outgoing US President Barack Obama on nuclear arms cuts, saying Russia had always been ready to consider making proportional cuts to its arsenal, the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry …

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Man burned during protest outside Trump hotel

A man was transported to a hospital after suffering burns while setting a fire outside the Trump International Hotel, authorities said. The man received serious but non-life threatening burns during a …

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Will Trump's inauguration be disrupted?

Thousands of demonstrators are expected to turn out in Washington next week for protests aiming to "shut down" the inauguration of Donald Trump as the next US president, organizers …

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 Expelled Russian Diplomats leave Washington

Russian diplomats who were expelled by order of US President Barack Obama have left Washington for Moscow, Russia's embassy in the US said. "The plane has taken off," a spokesman for Russia's embassy …

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Obama announces his last sanctions against Russia

US President Barack Obama administration announced its last measures against Russia on Thursday in retaliation for what US officials have characterized as interference in this fall’s presidential election, ordering the …

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Washington residents laying flowers at Russian Embassy

Several bouquets of roses and carnations along with candles were left to commemorate the victims of the Tu-154 plane crash over the Black Sea by sympathetic locals at the fence of the Russian Embassy on Wisconsin Avenue, Sputnik reports. …

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 James Warlick steps down as OSCE co-chair

US ambassador James Warlick has announced his plans to resign as a U.S. co-chair of the OSCE Minsk Group on the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh settlement from December 31, 2016. "I will step down as OSCE …

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Does Trump provoke of split US?

Protests across the US after Donald Trump was elected president continue. Portland, Oregon, was swept by riots, police officers were forced to use weapons to restore order. Portland Police declared …

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Rolling Thunder-2016 in Washington

Washington hosted the annual bikers’ rally, Rolling Thunder, dedicated to the Memorial Day. Motorcycle enthusiasts come to the US capital from all over the United States. The purpose of the action is to support the spirit of patriotism, to …

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Nuclear Security Summit in Washington becomes the last

The participants of the Nuclear Security Summit, which ended yesterday, issued a statement saying that the main role in coordinating international efforts in nuclear safety issues belongs to the IAEA. The document also notes that the summit in …

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Washington holds Nuclear Security Summit

The United States is hosting the International Nuclear Security Summit. It is known that leaders from more than 50 countries have arrived in Washington. However, such countries as Russia, North Korea and Iran will not be represented at the ...

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