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At precisely 3:35 a.m. EST on March 4, President Donald John Trump—who has long boasted of his ability to function on just a few hours of sleep.. Huffington Post
John Podesta recently reflected on the hacking activities and the subsequent investigation in the days prior to the 2016 presidential election.
Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.. Source: Geo Beats -
Two days before Donald Trump’s inauguration as US president, and like the rest of the world, Muscovites are waiting to see how Russian-US relations will change once he takes office. The.. Source: Euronews English -
Donald Trump says DNC's "gross negligence" allowed hacking to take place.
On Friday, a declassified report released by the U.S. intelligence officials said, in part, "we asses Russian President.. Source: Geo Beats -
A declassified report released on Friday is the US intelligence community’s starkest public description yet of what it claims were unprecedented Russian moves to manipulate American politics.
The.. Source: euronews (in English) -
Australia wanted the United Nations to play a bigger role in the reconstruction of Iraq after the 2003 invasion but was rebuffed by the Bush administration, a declassified report reveals. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
Five years before Rajiv Gandhi was killed in 1991, the US Central Intelligence Agency had prepared a very detailed and thorough "brief" on what would happen if he is assassinated or makes an "abrupt.. IndiaTimes
*Kashmir will remain the 'Achilles heel' of Indo-Pak relations, revealed a declassified report prepared by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) 25 years ago. The report further said the "intensity of.. Deccan Herald
The nation's top intelligence official is set to be quizzed on a declassified report that fingered the Kremlin in hacking during the presidential campaign, just one day after the U.S. sanctioned five.. Newsmax Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •CJME •Seattle Times
'British Intelligence', including GCHQ in Cheltenham, tipped the US authorities off about Russian hacking to influence the 2016 presidential election, a report claims. The New York Times writes that a.. Gloucestershire Echo Also reported by •Gloucester Citizen