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Nato powers close ranks in opposition to Putin

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Russia’s Ksenia Sobchak pronounces fresh celebration outdated to vote

Moscow, Russia – Ksenia Sobchak, a Russian presidential candidate, has announced the creation of a new party called the Party of Changes. The announcement was made during a pre-election rally, attended by a few thousand supporters, at the Adrenaline Stadium here in the Russian capital on Thursday evening. Sobchak is one of seven candidates running in the March 18 poll against President…

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Ukraine: A female fixer on the front traces

For fixers, news stories are often personal. They are locals, sometimes journalists themselves, who serve as guides for foreign correspondents. Equipped with intimate local knowledge, they find stories, secure interviews, and translate for correspondents who may have little experience in the country they are reporting from. Long after those correspondents have left, fixers remain in…

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What to glance for when you are shopping for a TV for gaming

Low lag matters the most Put image quality on the back burner. First and foremost, you should focus on buying a TV with low input latency — that is, one that minimizes the delay between output from your console and action taking place onscreen. High input lag won’t matter much for a puzzle or strategy…

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Egypt’s 2018 presidential ‘election’: What you would possibly per chance well bear to understand

Experts have already dubbed Egypt’s presidential election this month as a « sham », and predict that President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will undoubtedly win a second presidential term after eliminating any real political opposition. Widespread condemnation over the decline of the economy and Sisi’s internal policies led many to call for a boycott of this year’s election, which is the…

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Russian elections: Who’s running in opposition to Vladimir Putin?

On February 18, the Central Electoral Commission in Russia announced the final list of approved candidates for the March 18 presidential elections. Beside President Vladimir Putin, seven other candidates were allowed to run the race. Two of them – Vladimir Zhirinovsky and Grigory Yavlinsky – have run against Putin in the past. Opposition leader Alexei…