Teenage Satanist ‘confesses’ to burning down a historic Russian church

Teenage Satanist ‘confesses’ to burning down 250-year-old wooden church built for Catherine the Great in Russia 15-year-old ‘Satanist’ says he burnt down one of Russia’s most historic churches Ignat Sharapov used five litres of petrol to ignite the wooden church, police said Satanist images found on his social media and he recently cut heads off hens  Ignat Sharapov, 15, (pictured) admitted […]

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Half-naked passenger tied up on board plane in just her bra after drinking too much and abusing cabin crew

The blonde woman, topless but for her black bra, was tied up after she started causing havoc on the flight from Moscow to the resort city of Antalya in south-western Turkey. Cabin crew said the woman was out of control after drinking too much in the bar at Moscow before boarding the flight and they had to restrain her shortly […]

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Assad’s ties to ISIS are another reason US troops need to stay

A Daily Beast report last week on the horrors of a recent ISIS attack in Syria, and the Assad regime and Russia’s suspected role in it, offers fresh grounds for a continued US presence in the region. The July 25 onslaught by 400 Islamic State fighters left 200-plus Druze dead, 200 more injured and several dozen others — women, teens, […]

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Some voting machines may have already been hacked by Russia: senator

Voting machines in at least one US state already may have been compromised by Russian operatives ahead of the midterm elections, a Florida Democratic senator warned. Sen. Bill Nelson claims the Russians “have already penetrated certain counties in the state and they now have free rein to move about,” according to a report in the Tampa Bay Times. Nelson’s office […]

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Reporter Carl Bernstein: Trump Scandals ‘Worse Than Watergate’

Carl Bernstein was a major reporter during Nixon’s watergate scandal and thinks Americans are currently in a worse situation with Trump. Carl Bernstein is most famous for teaming up with Bob Woodward in the early seventies to pen a series of investigative reporting pieces on the then-ongoing Watergate scandal, which involved Republican president Richard Nixon. The scandal ultimately led to […]

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Russia is 'keyboard click' from major election hack: US intel head

Washington: Russian efforts to interfere in upcoming US midterm elections have yet to reach the intensity of the Kremlin's campaign to disrupt the 2016 presidential vote, but they're only "a keyboard click away" from a more serious attack, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said. "We have not seen that kind of robust campaign from them so far," Coats said […]

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Scientists just brought 40,000-year-old worms back to life

What if you could freeze yourself for a hundred years and then wake back up in the future? Would you do it? How about 1,000 years? Or 10,000? Some very tiny worms in Russia just arrived from an ice-cold time machine after being frozen roughly 40,000 years ago. They’re alive, they’re moving and eating and they’re now they’re thought to […]

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Russia crowns Siberian supermodel Ekaterina Kiseleva, 26, the country's sexiest woman

Ekaterina Kiseleva, 26, who hails from the remote Novosibirsk Oblast region, received the black bejewelled tiara after competing against some of the most luicious ladies in the land.  The poll was conducted by the Russian edition of men’s magazine Maxim and saw Kiseleva go head-to-head with nine other big names. Now officially crowned Russia’s sexiest woman, Kiseleva will grace the cover […]

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Senator says staff is being targeted by hackers

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen said Sunday that her staff is being targeted by phishing emails as concerns grow that Russia will again meddle in a U.S. election. “I do know that we’ve had an experience in our office with people getting phishing emails with social media accounts,” Shaheen (D-NH) said on “Face the Nation.” “There has been one situation that we […]

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