Trump Sides With North Korea Against the CIA - The Atlantic

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Trump Sides With North Korea Against the CIA - The Atlantic
A Russian Journalist’s Arrest Counters the Image of Putin the Puppet Master - The Atlantic
The Human Rights Film Festival, 2019 - CounterPunch
Kremlin says it won’t change behaviour to improve ties with Britain - Hindustan Times
Kremlin Says 'Won't Change' Behavior to Improve Ties with Britain - Al-Manar TV

Trump Sides With North Korea Against the CIA - The Atlantic

The Atlantic
American officials often avoid discussing sensitive stories like this with the press, and one reason for that caution became clear as Trump continued. The context of his remarks makes clear that what Trump “wouldn’t let … happen” is not Kim Jong Nam’s killing, but his cultivation as an American asset.
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A Russian Journalist’s Arrest Counters the Image of Putin the Puppet Master - The Atlantic

The Atlantic
Read: How the media became one of Putin’s most powerful weapons Yet along with illustrating a loophole in Russian laws regulating protests and embarrassing some senior officials, the episode involving Golunov also highlights another issue: that of Vladimir Putin’s control, or apparent lack thereof, over goings-on in Russia and its security apparatus.
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The Human Rights Film Festival, 2019 - CounterPunch

CounterPunch
Now in its tenth year, the week-long New York Human Rights Film festival that opens on Thursday, June 13th is the most important venue for leading-edge politically and socially aware films, both narrative and documentary.
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Kremlin says it won’t change behaviour to improve ties with Britain - Hindustan Times

Hindustan Times
Russia Friday rejected an appeal from London to “change its behaviour” in order to mend relations that have been stung by the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain. “No, we won’t change (behaviour) because the only thing Russia wants is beneficial relations that are based on each others’ interests,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
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Kremlin Says 'Won't Change' Behavior to Improve Ties with Britain - Al-Manar TV

Al-Manar TV
Russia Friday rejected an appeal from London to “change its behavior” in order to mend relations that have been stung by the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain. “No, we won’t change (behavior) because the only thing Russia wants is beneficial relations that are based on each others’ interests,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
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