World  /  Published 18.05.19

Austrian vice-chancellor resigns amid video scandal

Austrian vice-chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache announced Saturday he is resigning after two German newspapers published footage of him apparently offering lucrative government contracts to a potenti...
By AP in Vienna

World  /  Published 12.05.19

Russia is targeting Europe’s elections, as are far-right copycats

Less than two weeks before pivotal elections for the European Parliament, a constellation of websites and social media accounts linked to Russia or far-right groups is spreading disinformation, encour...
By New York Times News Service in London

World  /  Published 11.05.19

Putin scores, wins and then falls at hockey match

Russia’s President, Vladimir V. Putin, has long cultivated a proud image as a man in control, both at work and at play. He is known as a fierce competitor in the ice hockey rink, after learning to p...
By Palko Karasz/New York Times News Service in London

World  /  Published 28.08.19

Facebook tightens rules on verifying political ads

Facebook on Wednesday said it was strengthening how it verifies which groups and people place political advertising on its site, as the social network braces for the 2020 presidential election in the ...
By New York Times News Service in New York

World  /  Published 17.10.19

Erdogan snubs US, seeks Russia help

President Putin is to oversee the carving up of northern Syria, as President Erdogan snubbed a US intervention on Wednesday and instead sought Moscow’s help to end the crisis caused by his incursion...
By Richard Spencer, Hannah Lucinda Smith and Boer Deng/Reuters in Istanbul


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