3 big questions about the curious Paul Whelan ‘spy’ case - The Washington Post

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3 big questions about the curious Paul Whelan ‘spy’ case - The Washington Post
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3 big questions about the curious Paul Whelan ‘spy’ case - The Washington Post

The Washington Post
Just days into the new year, foreign policy analysts are already rerunning a decades-old show: “What’s Russia thinking?” The prompt this time around was the New Year’s Eve arrest of Paul Whelan, an ex-Marine with four passports and a professed love for Russia who allegedly came to Moscow to attend a wedding but ended up getting arrested and accused of obtaining a USB drive containing the full staff directory of one of Russia’s many secret services.
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UK Info Warfare Docs Prove Sputnik, RT Valued for Professionalism - Watchdog - Sputnik International

Sputnik International
Opinion00:46 06.01.2019Get short URL MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Anonymous has recently leaked another bunch of files that the hackers claimed had been obtained from the Integrity Initiative, a state-run British project for targeting global Russian media influence.
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Prince Harry to join Russia war drills in biggest role since heading Royal Marines - Express

Express
Sources say the 34-year-old former Army captain, dubbed "H" by the Marines, will spend days "totally immersed" in exercises against a possible Russian attack on Norway. The Arctic warfare exercise was signed off by Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson as a warning to Moscow amid escalating Russian aggression towards Europe.
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Damaging Ties: Why Germany is the Integrity Initiative’s 'Most Important Target' - Sputnik International

Sputnik International
The new trove included several highly incriminating files related to the poisoning of Sergei Skripal in March 2018, which raised a number of extremely serious questions about the shadowy British state and NATO-funded ‘think tank' and its connections with the affair.
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Letter: Rambo Putin puppetizes Maduro and the Caribbean Marxist leaders - Caribbean News Now

Caribbean News Now
Dear Sir: Russia has already managed to develop a sophisticated cyber toolbox, including cyber espionage instruments. Every country in the world is at risk from the vigorous cyber activity of Russian government based hackers.
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