Russian challenge to chemical weapons watchdog rejected - The Telegraph

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November 27, 2018
Russian challenge to chemical weapons watchdog rejected - The Telegraph
Russia's strongman show looks weak - GlobalCapital
Death of GRU chief latest in long line of fatal incidents surrounding agency - The Independent
China's Richest Man, Alibaba's Jack Ma, Revealed as Communist Party Member - The Daily Beast
UK leader: Response to Skripal attack hurt Russia spying - The Telegraph

Russian challenge to chemical weapons watchdog rejected - The Telegraph

The Telegraph
Russian challenge to chemical weapons watchdog rejected  The TelegraphThe global chemical weapons watchdog's initiative to apportion blame for poison gas and nerve agent attacks has survived two institutional challenges from ...
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Russia's strongman show looks weak - GlobalCapital

GlobalCapital
Over the weekend, Russia seized three Ukrainian navy ships, sparking civil unrest in Ukraine, driving the tension between the two countries to new heights and increasing chatter around further western sanctions on Russia. 
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Death of GRU chief latest in long line of fatal incidents surrounding agency - The Independent

The Independent
Early on Thursday morning, Russia announced the death of the head of its military intelligence (GRU) service, Igor Korobov, aged 62, following a “prolonged illness”.
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China's Richest Man, Alibaba's Jack Ma, Revealed as Communist Party Member - The Daily Beast

The Daily Beast
China’s richest man, Jack Ma, the head of e-commerce giant Alibaba, is a Communist Party member, state media has revealed. It has previously been assumed the country’s most famous capitalist was politically unattached, but the People’s Daily newspaper revealed Ma’s membership in a list of people it said had helped the country “reform and open up.” Ma is China’s richest man with a fortune of $35.8 billion, according to Forbes.
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UK leader: Response to Skripal attack hurt Russia spying - The Telegraph

The Telegraph
UK leader: Response to Skripal attack hurt Russia spying  The TelegraphBritish Prime Minister Theresa May says the West's response to the nerve-agent poisoning of a former spy has seriously hurt Russia's intelligence capability.
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