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Aleksei Navalny, Russian Opposition Leader, Appears in Court

Not Too Shabby

01:14 min | 8 months ago

Aleksei Navalny, Russian Opposition Leader, Appears in Court

"In the Russian capital. Moscow has ordered the opposition activist Aleksei Navalny, to serve more than 2.5 years of a jail term for embezzlement. Mr. Navalny had earlier launched a blistering attack on President Putin. As our correspondent at the court, Sarah Rainsford reports he's being detained, repeatedly prosecuted several times at last year, Aleksei Navalny was poisons. Now the Russian opposition leader is going to jail. He greeted the news in court with a resigned shrug. That's not what I said earlier from a glass cage Alexander family had condemned this latest move against him as a show trial meant to scare millions of Russians, he said to crush dissent. He spoke like a man with nothing left to fear. After shooting death by poisoning. Last year, Mr Navalny mocked Russia's president, and claimed he'd given the order to have his rival killed. People will buy. Vladimir Putin wants to be known as a great world leader, Aleksei Navalny said. So he's upset that he'll now go down in history. As Vladimir the poisoner of the underpants, Mr Navalny believes a nerve agent was smeared in his underwear by Russian security service agents. Mr Putin has said the FSB had nothing to do with it.

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"russian security service" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"russian security service" Discussed on WTOP

"Trump put his part in power to use on a number of coronavirus like I'm so sorry, and a number of controversial people, and it is igniting accusations of abuse of power here, CBS muses Chip Reid. I think there is a real strong sense. Certainly, Democrats believe that this president has gone far beyond what other presidents have done. In the percentage of the people he has pardoned who are close to him politically or personally, the president's expected to issue more pardons before he leaves office. In other news on his last day on the job, Attorney General Bill Bar sent a parting note to his colleagues. NBC reports Bar told them It's been a great honor to serve again in this role. Bar and the president were at odds after the attorney general refused to endorse the president's unfounded claims of voter fraud Bar is replaced in an acting capacity by Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen for the remainder of the president's term. Meantime, the State Department is decisively blaming Russia for the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. CNN reports that state is strongly accusing the Russian security service of using the nerve agent Novo to Nava, Chuck on Navalny, it says there is no other plausible explanation for the poisoning, a spokesperson says. Of course, President Putin and the Russian government would have tried to have people believe otherwise. The news follows recent reporting on this from CNN. The UK is pleased with news from France today, which is relaxing its Corona virus related ban on trucks from Britain. That band created a chaotic to day standoff that stranded thousands of drivers and drove fears of Christmas time..

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"russian security service" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"russian security service" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Russian security service. Ed collaboration between the Trump campaign in Russia regards her email server and to try distract that server That is, the origins of this special council was even steal. This for Steele was just making up stuff. So that what Peter structure to have something else Because Peter struck got notice of it. Folks got it from the CIA, which is not all the time they share it out like that. The FBI. They did We have that document as well. So they do about it. And yet they continue their hope their hopes he's still on TV, saying the president is a Russian agent. Shame on him. He should be behind bars will be right back. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. Your product's great brought up seriously haven't been sick in over two years. And I just can't even tell you the greatest thing that ever happened to me. Your products a great absolutely general aches and pains I have from working time. Lot gone. It's Ah, It's almost magic. It's almost too hard. Too good to be true, You know, But it is very true. Doctor. How is that a fantastic service By creating this? What I'm putting into my body is the good stuff. You know All this energy is 15 and changing and my system is happy with what's coming down the pike. And it's kind of like a fun thing, and I look forward to it. It's not like Oh, no, I need to take this again. It's more like Oh, I can't wait to take this. That's a big difference. I had total knee replacement Then it was about 10 days out after surgery on the doctor When I went to the visit, he said, You know, I didn't know that I did the surgery on that day. There is no way I believe you had that range in motion already. Well, my range of motion is ahead of where most people are at this point. I work in health care, and I haven't gotten even a runny nose. I'm walking more. I'm exercising more. I'm doing more yoga. I'm pretty convinced that this is something to do with it. And you know what? I will never be without it because this was.

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"russian security service" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"russian security service" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Ben. Okay, so One issue that may come up tonight, but certainly will confidence in the campaign because Trump is already tweeting about it. Is this newly declassified documents showing that John Brennan he former CIA head, apparently Apparently informed Barack Obama that there was a Hillary Clinton plot in place to link trump with Russia. And then he proceeded to launder that information through the intelligence community seems to be the suggestion here. So, according to fox news dot com. Director of National Intelligence John Radcliffe on Tuesday declassified documents that revealed former CIA director John Brennan briefed former President Obama and Hillary Clinton purported plan to tie then candidate Trump to Russia, as quote a means of distracting the public from her use of an E mail server. According to news Ratcliffe declassified Brennan's hand written notes, which were taken after he briefed Obama on the intelligence the CIA received And instead I am Emma, which revealed that officials referred the matter to the FBI for potential investigative action. The office of the DNA transmitted that classified documents to the House and Senate Intel committees on Tuesday afternoon. Reckless, said in a statement today at the direction of President Trump. I declassified additional documents relevant to ongoing congressional oversight and investigative activities. A source familiar with the documents explain that Brennan's hand written notes were taken after briefing Obama on the matter. Here's what the note said. Quote. We're getting additional insight into Russian activities from blank. Alleged approval by Hillary Clinton a proposal from one of her foreign policy advisers to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by the Russian security Service. The notes of state on July 28th in the margin Brennan rights POTUS that section of the note is redacted. Any evidence of collaboration between Trump Campaign and Russia, the note's read. So they're a couple ways to interpret that one is that there they thought they had information on Trump in Russia, and that Hillary was simultaneously attempting to push the campaign. But that doesn't make a ton of sense considering that the steel dossier came from fusion GPS, which was a contract ID entity. Of the Clinton campaign and the DNC, and that it turns out the steel dossier was crap and that it was the predicate for the investigation itself. So what this starts to look more like is that the Obama administration knew pretty early on that this thing was a setup by Hillary and continue to push it anyway, which is devastating stuff. It's devastating for the Intel community. It is apparently devastating for four. The CIA. Former chief Brennan And all of this is AH is rather scary. This is a declassification comes after Radcliffe last week shared newly declassified information with the Senate Judiciary Committee would show that in September 2016 U. S intelligence officials forwarded an investigative referral on Hillary purportedly approving a plan concerning concerning US presidential candidate Trump and Russian hackers hampering US elections in order to distract the public from her e mail scandal. And that referral was sent to Comey and then deputy assistant director of counterintelligence. Peter struck. Again. What is the suggested suggest that this conspiracy was Are well developed, then originally suspected here, it sounds like they're there's actually a plan if there was a planet is one of the more nefarious plans in American intelligence history. Already coming up. We're gonna be talking with an expert on Columbus Day. Should we get rid of Columbus in American history? Adjusting to a new.

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"russian security service" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"russian security service" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Okay, so one issue that may come up tonight, but certainly will confidence in the campaign because Trump is already tweeting about it. Is this newly declassified documents showing that John Brennan, the former CIA head, apparently Apparently informed Barack Obama that there was a Hillary Clinton plot in place to link trump with Russia. And then he proceeded to launder that information for the intelligence community seems to be the suggestion here. So, according to fox news dot com. Director of National Intelligence John Radcliffe on Tuesday declassified documents that revealed former CIA director John Brennan briefed former President Obama and Hillary Clinton purported plan to tie then candidate Trump to Russia is quite a means of distracting public from her use of an E mail server. According to the news. Ratcliffe declassified Brennan's handwritten notes, which were taken after he briefed Obama on the intelligence the CIA received and GMO, which revealed that officials referred the matter to the FBI for potential investigative action. The office of the DNA transmitted the classified documents to the House and Senate Intel committees on Tuesday afternoon. Reckless, said in a statement today at the direction of President Trump. I declassified additional documents relevant to ongoing congressional oversight and investigative activities. A source familiar with the document explain that Brennan's hand written notes were taken after reaching Obama on the matter. Here's what the note said. Quote. We're getting additional insight into Russian activities from blank. Alleged approval by Hillary Clinton a proposal from one of her foreign policy advisers to vilify Donald Trump. I starting up a scandal claiming interference by the Russian Security Service, The notes of state on July 28th in the margin. Brennan rights POTUS that section of the notes is redacted. Any evidence of collaboration between Trump Campaign and Russia, the note's read. So they're a couple ways to interpret that one is that there they thought they had information on Trump in Russia, and that Hillary was it simultaneously attempting to push the campaign. But that doesn't make a ton of sense, considering that the steel dossier came from fusion GPS, which was a contract ID entity off the Clinton campaign and the DNC, and then it turns out the steel dossier was crap and that it was the predator. For the investigation itself. So if this starts to look more like is that the Obama administration knew pretty early on that this thing was a setup by Hillary and continue to push it anyway, which is devastating stuff. It's devastating for the Intel community. It is apparently devastating for four. The CIA. Former chief Brennan In all of this is AH is rather scary. This is a declassification comes after Radcliffe last week shared newly declassified information with the Senate Judiciary Committee would show that in September 2016 U. S intelligence officials forwarded an investigative referral on Hillary purportedly approving a plan concerning concerning US presidential candidate Trump and Russian hackers hampering US elections in order to distract the public from her emails handle. And that referral was sent to Comey and then deputy assistant director of counterintelligence. Peter struck. Again. What is the suggested suggest that this conspiracy was Are well developed, then originally suspected here, it sounds like they're there's actually a plan if there was a planet is one of the more nefarious plans in American intelligence history. Already coming up. We're gonna be talking with an expert on Columbus Day. Should we get rid of Corbett's in American history? James Shapiro with the right side of conversation. 8 90 w L s inbound.

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"russian security service" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"russian security service" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Another virus stimulus package screech to a halt on Tuesday. The president says he's instructed Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to stop negotiating until after the election. When, immediately after I win, we will pass a major stimulus bill. The White House cast blame on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying that she was seeking $2.4 Trillion to bail out poorly run high crime Democrat states. The president said he counter offered 1.6 trillion But Pelosi simply was the negotiating in good faith. Hours after halting talks, the president on Twitter said the House and Senate should immediately passed measures to give $25 billion for airlines and another $135 billion for small businesses. Trump said the money is already available and he will sign it immediately. Vice President Mike Pence will be Democratic VP candidate Kamala Harris for a debate tonight in Utah. Vice President Mike Pence comes to tonight's debate in Salt Lake City with experience he's done it before going toe to toe against Senator Tim Kaine four years ago. But California Senator Kamala Harris has also shown that she should not be taken lightly. The former California attorney general has garnered a reputation as one of the toughest interrogators in Congress. The fact that the president has been seriously ill has reminded the public they have two of the oldest presidential candidates in history. With many saying being first in the line of succession has never been more significant. Both candidates will be separated by Plexi Glass is a precaution. Meanwhile, Joe Biden now says the next presidential debate set for next Thursday should be called off if President Trump is still infected with covert 19. Former first lady Michelle Obama released a 24 minute video Tuesday as a closing argument asking voters to show up on election Day for Joe Biden. She said the Trump campaign is full of misinformation. And the one thing this president is really, really good at is using fear and confusion and spreading lies toe win in the video. She also urged Americans to search your hearts and your conscience and then vote for Joe Biden, like your lives depend on it. Meanwhile, notes taken by former CIA director John Brennan have been declassified by President Trump at one point, John Brennan writes quote approved by Hillary Clinton. A proposal from one of her foreign policy advisers to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by the Russian security Service, the notes say on 28 of July in the margin, Brennan rights POTUS, but that section is redacted. Then it says any evidence of collaboration between Trump campaign in Russia. A spokesman for Hillary Clinton called the recent releases naming her baseless B s, while the former CIA director blasted director of National intelligence John Radcliffe, accusing.

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"russian security service" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"russian security service" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Provide Americans with another round of $1200 checks hours every end of negotiations in a broader economic stimulus, saying they do it after he wins the election. The White House cast blame on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying that she was seeking $2.4 trillion to bail out poorly run high crime Democrat states. President said he counter offered 1.6 trillion. But Pelosi simply was the negotiating in good faith. Speakers shot back, accusing the president of quote showing his true colors, putting himself first at the expense of the country. Foxes Kevin Corke, the debates will certainly tonight. The vice presidential debate will certainly have the economy as one of the issues. Both candidates will be seated at desk on the commission on presidential debates. Agree to increase the distance between tents and Harris to 12 FT three inches. Plexi Glass will also be used as an additional pandemic precaution. Fox's Jared helping the growing virus also will be an issue President Trump keeps for Covering still plans to make Joe Biden again next Thursday, the president tweeted he's authorized the declassification of documents related to the Russia investigation notes written by former CIA director John Brennan, after he briefed then President Obama Red in one summarized part Quote alleged approved by Hillary Clinton a proposal from one of her foreign policy advisers to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by the Russian security Service. Fox's Marianne Rafferty. Now Brennan calls the release of polling and selective declassification showing nothing illegal. Hurricane Delta about to hit in Mexico Popular tourist areas. Cancun, Cozumel, where some hotels emptied into shelters.

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"russian security service" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"russian security service" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A bill to provide Americans with another round of $1200 checks. Hours every end the negotiations on a broader economic stimulus, saying they do it after he wins the election. The White House cast blame on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying that she was seeking $2.4 Trillion to bail out poorly run high crime Democrat states. The president said he counter offered 1.6 Trillion. But Pelosi simply was the negotiating in good faith speaker shot back, accusing the president of quote showing his true colors, putting himself first at the expense of the country. Foxes Kevin Corke, the debates will Certainly tonight's. The vice presidential debate will certainly have the economy as one of the issues. Both candidates will be seated at desk in the commission on Presidential Debates, agreed to increase the distance between tents and Harris to 12 FT. Three inches. Plexi Glass will also be used as an additional pandemic precaution. Fox's Jared helping the Corona virus also will be an issue. President Trump keeps Recovering still plans to Bay Joe Biden again next Thursday, the president tweeted he's authorized Declassification of documents related to the Russia investigation Notes written by former CIA director John Brennan, after he briefed then President Obama red and one summarized part Quote alleged approved by Hillary Clinton a proposal from one of our foreign policy advisers to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by the Russian security Service, Fox's Marianne Rafferty. Now Brennan calls the release of appalling and selective declassification showing nothing illegal. Hurricane Delta about to hit in Mexico Popular tourist areas. Cancun, Cozumel, where some hotels emptied into shelters amid evacuations. Louisiana.

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Debunking the Trump-backed conspiracy theory on Ukraine election meddling

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Debunking the Trump-backed conspiracy theory on Ukraine election meddling

"President trump repeated again on Friday a defunct conspiracy theory that it was you crane and not Russia that intervened in the twenty sixteen election this even after multiple US intelligence agencies have repeatedly stated that that's simply not true in her testimony in the impeachment hearings this past week former National Security Council officer Fiona hill said that the president and his supporters are parroting Russian disinformation this is a fictional narrative that is being perpetrated in propagated by the Russian security services themselves the unfortunate truth is that Russia was the foreign power that systematically attacked democratic institutions in twenty sixteen this is the public conclusion of our intelligence agencies confirmed in bipartisan congressional reports it is beyond dispute even if some of the underlying details Mister mental suffice the second installment of the report she's referring to was written by the Senate intelligence committee and released last month need a junk which is the disinformation fellow at the Wilson center science technology and innovation program here in Washington DC and she joins me now welcome thanks for having me Leila alright let's start with this one it was kind of extraordinary to see in these impeachment hearings the need to repeat over and over and over again that it was the Russian government and not Ukraine that interfered in the twenty sixteen election so that strike you as significant it struck me as significant because by spreading the rumor that Ukraine interfered in our elections it's undermining the unanimous conclusions not only of the intelligence community but I have this bipartisan Senate report the Kremlin is stoking these divisions in our society and of course they don't want to see Ukraine reach its goals of Europe lentic integration they want to see you crane thought of as a corrupt nation and and right now the folks are peddling those theories are helping the Kremlin in that goal we should say for sure that we don't know that it was Russia that started the Ukraine rumor I'm we do know that Russia interfered in our election but we don't know that it was Russia that started the rumor that Ukraine was the one that did it instead of them doing well there is reporting that just came out from the New York times at the end of this week that sad that intelligence community was briefing members of Congress over the past couple of months saying that indeed Russian intelligence did plant that rumor among journalists and Ukrainian oligarchs and that's how it made its way into our

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U.S. Officials Say Russian Aides Orchestrated Murder in Germany

WSJ What's News

04:12 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Officials Say Russian Aides Orchestrated Murder in Germany

"Reporting that. US officials now believe that Russia was behind a murder that happened in in broad daylight in Germany last month boy am Manchevski is in Berlin where the killing happened so buoyant walk me through what we're reporting here will basically would seem to have happened is a a man was executed in broad daylight in central. Berlin in a park full of people and it is believed by investigators that the killer was a Russian citizen who had been given a real passport with a fake identity by the authorities of Russia in order to be able to perform this murder. The the man who was killed is a former Chechen rebel commander. It's not clear who commissioned the murder but it would appear that it says similar setup like a number of other killings we have seen in the West and elsewhere that were basically by Russia or health by Russian security services services and you're right the one reason the killing is interesting is that it indicates that Moscow is ramping up an assassination campaign against. It's perceived enemies abroad ride. Can you explain will because there have been a number of similar incidents in the in the recent past I mean some of them are not that that high profile tree in Turkey there was one in Ukraine and then there was the really big one in England which attracted enormous amount of media attention also because of the method that was used obviously they used the military nerve agent so so basically Russia has four any even in two thousand six in any said Russia and the Russian government has made it legal to execute sort of enemies of the state their own citizens who who flee abroad so essentially they have good form in in doing these things in bumping off Russian citizens abroad and if this were to be a another case like that than it will inevitably lead to tension between Europe and Russia and especially between Germany and Russia and for now would be it it would appear that the Germans the one to to create the attention so they've been keeping a lid on the whole investigation. They've been trying to leak any details of this so I think our report will probably put some pressure on German authorities to release more information about what actually had happened so Russia has denied involvement. German officials are staying mum and meanwhile the US is saying that Russia's definitely behind it all. Where do we go from here think of is the Russia always denies these things and that's that's to be expected but what is important ear in this case is that the killer the suspected killer was arrested and easing in in custody in Berlin so investigation is ongoing and therefore inevitably evidence will come to light as to who commissioned him to WHO execute the victim and why that happened in how it happened so the details will inevitably come to light so even the Germans have been very discrete I think they will have little choice but to release new information about the investigation and eventually they will be trial. This is will inevitably during trial things come to light and I think essentially I think we'll hear much more about this case because Z. would-be in recent time for Russia to murder saw on the streets of in such a sort of obvious way okay so I think I think this has a potential to develop in in a in a sort of international scandal. You

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"russian security service" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"russian security service" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Been justified government responded in such a manner. We deal with all the information. Tango, insisting violent protesters are being dealt with appropriate. And bring peace to the peace-loving Zimbabwe. But the opposition rejects, the NBC's leader is Nelson Chamisa the has to be a comprehensive reform agenda. There has to be returned to legitimacy with thought that by Mr Mugabe exiting the state where we have a new dispensation, but it's not a new dispensation. If anything the musk has been removed the truth is that we still have the old system. So what happens now, more turmoil more protests or will one side blink the human rights. Live bitches Tetra is sure of one thing that after so long in power the governing. Zanu PF will struggle to shrug off its repressive instincts. These guys know only one way if I'm in power. At ami. I can look them up. And I think we expect too much from them to say, they shouldn't be the knee jerk reaction. Now, the funerals a continuing this week. Show, but also a profound sense of shock this country after all. Mr. postal by now. Andrew Harding reporting from Zimbabwe now more than one hundred academics. And former diplomats have written a letter to the government of China and urging Beijing to release two Canadians detained over the past several weeks the students Peter Goffin is in with us here. What more can you tell us what this all starts back on the first of December. When the chief financial officer of the Chinese tech company while away a woman named Mang Juan Jew was arrested in Canada at the request of the United States. The US is charging her with fraud related to allegations that qualify breached sanctions against Iran, but since may one Jews arrest authorities in China seemed to have been targeting Canadians, a former Canadian diplomat named Michael Kovac and a businessman named Michael space for each rested in China last month and accused of endangering national security, but most disturbing development has been in the case of Robert Schellenberg. He'd already been convicted by Chinese court of smuggling drugs and was sentenced to a prison term, but a little over a week ago. He was resentenced with. Death penalty. Now, a group of one hundred forty experts on international relations, people like professors and former diplomats from nineteen countries around the world have written to China calling on them to release the two Canadians, and they're trying to appeal to China by saying that its image will suffer on the world stage. The letter says that Mr. cove Reagan space for both worked to improve global relations with Beijing. And there are arrests will lead to less dialogue and greater distrust. Thank you. Peter Peter Goffin from the newsroom, a US marine arrested in late December on suspicion of spying is due to appear in court in Moscow today to appeal against a decision to refuse him bail, Paul Whalen was arrested by the F SP Russian security service, allegedly as he was handed state secrets from Moscow his Sarah Raynsford, Paul. Whalen denies his spy at this lawyer has told the BBC that so far he's seen evidence from investigators to prove otherwise. Flood of police the FSP. Russia's security service may have placed Mr Wieland under surveillance during visit last spring that he says he doesn't get no why a former US marine who has three other passports, including from the UK, Paul Whalen has traveled to Russia. Several times over the past decade making dozens of friends here some were students in military academies. When he first met them or on military service. But those I've contacted say his behavior was never suspicious. He was interested in Russian culture. They say not at secrets the peculiarities of this case at the time of high tension between Russia and the west have prompted speculation that Mr. Weeden may have been detained to swap the Russian citizens held in the United States. Russia's foreign minister has denied that though claiming that Paul Whalen was caught red-handed, but one former counter intelligence agents here points out in previous by cases, Russia has been quick to present proof. He also thinks it ought. Deploy us fight together. State secrets in Moscow without diplomatic protection in the current climate of hostility and suspicion the punishment for anyone caught is up to twenty years behind bars Sarah Raynsford in Moscow, their Brexit now and the British Prime Minister Theresa may was back in parliament on Monday MP's will waiting to hear her plan after her divorce agreement with the EU was responding Lee defeated by more than two hundred votes in parliament last week. Theresa May said she would seek changes to the Northern Ireland backstop agreed with the EU which is designed to avoid a return to a hard border in Ireland. Her minority government is propped up by the Democratic Unionists of Northern Ireland. The UP. So I will be talking to this week to colleagues, including in the UP to consider how we might meet our obligations to the people of Northern Ireland in a way that can come on to the greatest possible support in the house, and I will then take conclusions of those discussions back to the EU. But the leader of the opposition. Jeremy Corbyn said he'd heard this before what makes her think that watching tried to negotiate in December will succeed in January. This is big this really does feel a bit like groundhog day..

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"russian security service" Discussed on Up First

Up First

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"russian security service" Discussed on Up First

"Now to Russia where an American citizen has been detained the FSP. That's the Russian security service says that Paul Wieland was taken into custody late last week on suspicion of espionage here in Washington. The US State Department put out a short statement saying essentially that they're just aware of the arrest the arrest came after a Russian was convicted here in the US trying to influence U S policy head of the twenty sixteen presidential election for more. We've got NPR's Lucian Kim on the line with us from Moscow Lucian happy new year happy new year. Any new details. Come out about this arrest, yet will not really all. We have is this very terse statement from the EPA spe- that was issued yesterday, and it basically named this American citizen identified as Paul Whalen who was arrested quote in the act of spying in Moscow last Friday. And we know that a criminal investigation of espionage has been opened as you mentioned. There's also the State Department. That's statement from yesterday. Also, very tur- saying the US aware of the detention and expects Russia to follow its obligations under international conventions. What that means is providing access to this individual by US embassy officials, but we don't know anything about this person except the name given by the F A spe- and the State Department is not commenting due to what it calls privacy considerations. So I mean, it's hard to ignore the fact that this arrest is coming really close after this Russian national Maria boot nna pled guilty to conspiring to act as a Russian agent and basically infiltrate American political groups. I mean are these connected. It would seem real weird if they're not well, of course, there's a lot of speculation right now that this might be a Russian response to Bhuttan detention and plea deal and that this American citizen accused of espionage may be used to swap out boots in a president leading Putin has been asked about her. And he's said that she was forced to make a confession to US prosecutors because he maintained she never had any Russian government duties, he's also said the charges against her are baseless, and that he's not indifferent. To our case. What's interesting is at the same time. He said that Russia will not arrest innocent people just to use them as bargaining chips. So we also remember last year, right? Russia expelled, sixty US diplomats after the Trump administration, kicked out sixty Russian diplomats. This has been going on for a while as we look down the pike at twenty nineteen. What's the state of the relationship between the US and Russia? Well, just about those diplomats at the time. The Trump administration indicated that those Russians it expelled intelligence officers working under diplomatic cover, and of course, the arrest last week is not the best way to end the year right in February we expect the Trump administration to withdraw from a nineteen eighty-seven arms control treaty that the US has Russia's violating. President trump. Also, doesn't look like you will meet President Putin anytime soon because it looks like the White House has made that a future meeting contingent on Russia releasing two dozen Ukrainian navy sailors that it's captured of course in the US. We have the Muller investigation grinding on. We have the Democrats taking. The house, and these are, of course, are also factors that will affect US Russia relations. So unfortunately, not a lot of bright spots looking forward into this new year puck up NPR's Lucian Kim from Moscow, thanks so much Lucienne. Thank you. Rachel..

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"russian security service" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"russian security service" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"West to actually fall for it yes mr mr goldfarb may ask this question did your wife and condolences on on her death did your wife die of natural naturally occurring cancer fell we say or was do you think this has something to do with the russian activity nothing to do with the russian timothy's should died of breast cancer which lost for a year in the have for years after mr ladainian could totally unrelated but she was there in london in time all mister lasagna's desk together with me she was a close friend of mr lithuanian calls both of them he's him and his wife enter them so this is part of this elaborate narrative which russian propaganda has developed to absolve the real murderers and this is what's happening so back to the letter back to the action the legal action what's been the response from rt and from channel one so far channel one has not responded our t is a lawyer in american lawyer that they hired to send a short note saying that they acknowledged receipt of the letter and will respond in due course why file this suit or take this action in the us well because i am an american citizen and resident of the state of new jersey and the jurisdiction is here not to mention that our t in two channel one have very large audience in the united states and the are quite effective in the you know in brainwashing certain parts of the american viewers and this is important to show that at lisa's fake news part of what's been going on in the united states since the twenty sixteen election as i'm sure you're well aware of is the discovery and the understanding to some degree of the american public of russia's information operation activities and that includes this you know you call it fake news and distorting and essentially making up stories and essentially looking for public divisions in amplifying them and as you say they're very good at this do so this you believe is more than just part of that information operation this is a specific effort to try to absolve lugovoi and courtroom this is correct but the important aspect here that the english judicial inquiry that found the lugo to be the perpetrators it's also a fund that this was a state sponsor a murder that lugo and often were agents of the russian security service and the order in all likelihood came directly from mr putin so it is and this is what have been mentioned the by british authorities all the way down from the prime minister in parliament so it is not a just that part of you know spinning the particular murder case but it's part of a larger effort to clear russian states from off the horrific crimes they have committed and this includes not about of course the downing of the malaysian airliner and the poisoning of the scruples recently in the uk and so on because it's tremendously a bed for their international image would sheer about the possible summit of the president trump in putin next month in the europe in of course they have to clear up their image shale little bit before that it wouldn't look very very nice if mr putin arrives the summit with stamp of being murder that's alex goldfarb a russian expat microbiologist and anti putin activist who's been living in the us for forty years and when we come back he'll explain why there's reason for him to be concerned or both months go ahead is it from the fdi who inquired whether if she'd something suspicious around me and they don't want something to repeat sheer as it happened in the uk and so on but i really don't what do you what do you mean when you say repeat as in the uk what specifically are they referring to well it was after after the poisoning scripps whole that and much more in this bizarre story when we come back.

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"russian security service" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"russian security service" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"So barrett of was worked with russia his name is russian but he's not he's canadian he was born in russia but he he was charged with using data pass to him by russians federal security service to hack email accounts of journalists business leaders and others turns out berto was running a international hacker for hire business he would he put out a shingle well website in this case in which a website named web hacker and he advertised in russian and advertised for the hacking of email accounts without prepayment which is i think good marketing oh this is a file photo thirty company on the incident today and that's his parents okay that's a file that's as a lawyer okay hamilton there you go that's a year ago though so that's that's all right business collected one point one million fees which was used to buy expensive fancy cars driving a house but the thing is he was a dupe basically of the russian security service wasn't a gp was getting you know what he was doing could we find that we we need young canadian heck email delay sees like some silicon valley ceo and he's going to go let you'll giving me money because i am the smartest security aca on the planet that's because of this so he orchestrated the the one of the who breaches i didn't realize that we're multiple ones the yo te overall yahoo loss was three billion accounts right he's only responsible for the first half billion now in twenty fourteen he was named in the indictment charged to russian spies with orchestrating the yahu breach and apparently bar tough used that stolen data to hack journalists business leaders and others so a russian influence so actually i guess what that means is that yahoo breach was all about the russian security services getting the credentials for a few people that they wanted to target and the rest of us we're just collateral damage.

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"russian security service" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"russian security service" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Nineteen hours after he was announced dead moose likely assassinated by russians are candy bap chingkuo was bank with a lot of explaining to do shimbun finish lewis i i would like to apologize for what all of you had to experience what to get through i have buried friends and many times and i know the sickening feeling i'm sorry you had to experience it but there was no way and outspoken and fierce critic of ladimir putin mr bob chingkuos apparent assassination at his apartment on tuesday night seemed yet another example of the long arm of the kremlin taking out its opponents wherever they live friends queued up to pay their tributes glowing a bitch eary's were published and politicians lined up two point an angry finger at russia but it was all a big comb at a press conference mr bob chingkuo was miraculously brought forward alongside members of ukraine's security services their head vassil grit sack said it had all been part of a plot to catch a russian agent we have managed not only to stop a cynical provocation but also to record the preparation of a scandalous and cynical crime by the russian security service we decided to carry out a technical operation that allowed us to collect irrefutable evidence of the russian security services terrorist activity on ukrainian soil for now people here don't know whether to laugh or to cry many journalists went in the space of just a few minutes from reporting a colleague's death to celebrating his return but the price in terms of ukraine's own credibility and respect for the truth may turn out to be more serious journal fisher played out like something out of a cold war spinal but worthy ukrainian security services right to fake are coty bob chen cause death or will this turn out to be a propaganda win for russia a question i put to vitale shift shinco from.

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"russian security service" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"russian security service" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Nineteen hours after he was announced dead moose likely assassinated by russians are candy bap chingkuo was bank with a lot of explaining to do shimbun finish lewis i i would like to apologize for what all of you had to experience what to get through i have buried friends and many times and i know the sickening feeling i'm sorry you had to experience it but there was no way and outspoken and fierce critic of ladimir putin mr bob chingkuos apparent assassination at his apartment on tuesday night seemed yet another example of the long arm of the kremlin taking out its opponents wherever they live friends queued up to pay their tributes glowing a bitch eary's were published and politicians lined up two point an angry finger at russia but it was all a big comb at a press conference mr bob chingkuo was miraculously brought forward alongside members of ukraine's security services their head vassil grit sack said it had all been part of a plot to catch a russian agent we have managed not only to stop a cynical provocation but also to record the preparation of a scandalous and cynical crime by the russian security service we decided to carry out a technical operation that allowed us to collect irrefutable evidence of the russian security services terrorist activity on ukrainian soil for now people here don't know whether to laugh or to cry many journalists went in the space of just a few minutes from reporting a colleague's death to celebrating his return but the price in terms of ukraine's own credibility and respect for the truth may turn out to be more serious journal fisher played out like something out of a cold war spinal but worthy ukrainian security services right to fake are coty bob chen cause death or will this turn out to be a propaganda win for russia a question i put to vitale shift shinco from.

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"russian security service" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"russian security service" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Never knows we i mean obviously he's quite old now with the manager and grandchildren so one could possibly imagine him spending his time with his family members but yeah he's been definitely a colorful figure in the hong kong business is sexto and it's definitely fed to say that it's the end of an era monico now before we move on it's time to let you know about another of our podcast podcasts the world this week his shortly well we're asking what's the two alleged chemical weapons attacks wanted syria last weekend the other in england against an ex by six weeks ago tell us about the state of play in relations between russia that's allies and the west twenty years after the deal which brought peace to the streets of northern ireland wise identity still so contested and the shipping forecast things could get a whole lot warmer unless the world ships take the straight still to come in this podcast new research says regularly drinking more than the recommended amount of alcohol could take years off your life a court in moscow has ordered the blocking throughout russia of the encrypted messaging service telegram the coat back to complaint by the media regulator which said telegram had ignored an ultimatum to hand over its encryption keys to the f b russia's main security agency telegrams found a puddle dove said that preventing access would breach russia's constitutional privacy guarantees announced own a boulder from the bbc russian service who's in moscow why the russian authorities need this information from the telegram messaging service most of the restrictive measures in russia these days are explained by the terror or extremism and the russian security service said that must have the socal encryption keys to be able to eavesdrop on the would be terrorists or those who disseminate extremists views interesting though the russian foreign ministry spokeswoman said personal opinion was that she disagreed with the ban a what's been the.

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"russian security service" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"russian security service" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Never knows we i mean obviously he's quite old now with the manager and grandchildren so one could possibly imagine him spending his time with his family members but yeah he's been definitely a colorful figure in the hong kong business is sexto and it's definitely fed to say that it's the end of an era monico now before we move on it's time to let you know about another of our podcast podcasts the world this week his shortly well we're asking what's the two alleged chemical weapons attacks wanted syria last weekend the other in england against an ex by six weeks ago tell us about the state of play in relations between russia that's allies and the west twenty years after the deal which brought peace to the streets of northern ireland wise identity still so contested and the shipping forecast things could get a whole lot warmer unless the world ships take the straight still to come in this podcast new research says regularly drinking more than the recommended amount of alcohol could take years off your life a court in moscow has ordered the blocking throughout russia of the encrypted messaging service telegram the coat back to complaint by the media regulator which said telegram had ignored an ultimatum to hand over its encryption keys to the f b russia's main security agency telegrams found a puddle dove said that preventing access would breach russia's constitutional privacy guarantees announced own a boulder from the bbc russian service who's in moscow why the russian authorities need this information from the telegram messaging service most of the restrictive measures in russia these days are explained by the terror or extremism and the russian security service said that must have the socal encryption keys to be able to eavesdrop on the would be terrorists or those who disseminate extremists views interesting though the russian foreign ministry spokeswoman said personal opinion was that she disagreed with the ban a what's been the.

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"russian security service" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"russian security service" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And those people got passports according to one of them who talk to me in turkey because the fsb the russian security service was wanting to kick them out and i spoke with someone a on the record who was part of that programme and he says look it worked dagestan is now safer than these people left and they will never come back well there are people in russia who believe who argue that some of russia's airstrikes in syria are designed not to target isis but to target specifically russian fighters dagestani your chetchen fighters in isis so that they never come back and the people who are escaping whether to lebanon or turkey or to ukraine are also being told don't you dare come back his because we won't in a hint hint that the sentence doesn't have to end right just don't comeback dot dot dot com so you also spoke with a man in the village and kazeem husan murat joined isis in now kazeem as raising murad son kazeem on grandson tells about kazeem it's really poignant moment and restore his son goes to isis and he doesn't sit back and that's the extraordinaire thing about this story he went to aleppo to argue with his son to argue with isis fighters saying you guys are deluded please come back with me it took him years because his wife went to aleppo and stayed for a month basically lived under the socalled selfdeclared caliphate trying to convince their son to leave and in the end it worked kazeem son murat is now no desi ukraine and so he escaped he escaped isis and so kazeem has this pride you want to deliver the message of hey of those people who still have children in syria and iraq it isn't not impossible yet them out don't give up on them.

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"russian security service" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"russian security service" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Is it believed that the russian government is behind this well it's it's not yet clear whether the us has tracked the hackers in the counter incident two russian criminal organisations or to the russian security services that are blamed for the us election heck's one official told me that based on past intelligence quote not much happens in that country without the blessing of the russian government no today president trump was tweeting criticism of qatar that mirrors that that we hear from the saudis and from others in the region in his tweet president trump didn't mention the hack but he voiced support for the regional blockade of cutter and he cited cutters funding of terrorist groups by the way the countries have rejected those accusations and i should mention anderson that the fbi and cia declined to comment for the story the cutter government did issue a statement the reason part the hacking of the cutter news agencies an aggressive coordinated crime the represents a continuous escalation in the campaign against qatar these malicious efforts to undermine cutters reputation do not support the unity of the region to fight terrorism instability and conflict energy and if fbi agents were looking at this in may the president nine states must have been aware no well it's not clear heavy he didn't really refer to the to the hacking in his tweets it's not clear what he has been briefed on and we know according to the country's this investigation is still ongoing they hope that they're gonna be able to discuss some of the findings anderson in the next week or so that's one of the reasons why they brought the fbi and art pros appreciate reporting joining me now seen a national security analyst and former cia senior officer steve hall steve so either rushing criminal organisations a russian security services would be behind something like this which seems more likely given what you know about both.

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