1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Новости Русского Нью-Йорка: Бруклин. Что думают жители Нью-Йорка о дебатах в Украине 19 апреля. Видео

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Что думают русскоязычные жители New Yorkа о прошедшем в Украине “празднике демократии” – дебатах кандидатов в президенты Украины – действующим президентом Петром Порошенко и претендентом, […]

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The Global Security News: News and Times from Michael_Novakhov (15 sites): The News and Times of Puerto Rico: PRN-Crime in Puerto Rico from Michael_Novakhov (14 sites): “crime in puerto rico” – Google News: Oreste D’Arconte: The mean streets of Attleboro? – The Sun Chronicle

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Oreste D’Arconte: The mean streets of Attleboro?  The Sun Chronicle

Hey, all you Attleboro folks, feeling safe? I am, but the folks over at safehome.org have, perhaps inadvertently, planted some doubts in my mind. They have just …

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The Global Security News: News and Times from Michael_Novakhov (15 sites): The News and Times of Puerto Rico: “puerto rico” – Google Noticias: ¿Qué significan las medidas de EE.UU. contra bancos en Puerto Rico? – CNN

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¿Qué significan las medidas de EE.UU. contra bancos en Puerto Rico?  CNN

La Reserva Federal de Nueva York está tomando medidas contra bancos extraterritoriales en Puerto Rico tras las recientes sanciones impuestas a Venezuela …

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“fbi and trump” – Google News: A Darker Portrait Emerges of Trump’s Attacks on the Justice Department – The New York Times
“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Targeting Bill Barr – The Wall Street Journal
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WASHINGTON — Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, praised President Trump last spring for backing the rule of law and commended the Constitution and American culture for protecting lawfulness.
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Pivoting from their failed Russia-Trump collusion narrative, Democrats and the press corps have discovered a new political villain: William Barr. They claim the Attorney General is misleading the public, but their real goal is to warn Mr.
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The Department of Justice responded Friday to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler’s request for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s full and unredacted report, dismissing the request as both “premature and unnecessary.”
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“fbi and trump” – Google News: A Darker Portrait Emerges of Trump’s Attacks on the Justice Department – The New York Times
“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Targeting Bill Barr – The Wall Street Journal
“mueller” – Google News: DOJ calls Nadler subpoena for full Mueller report ‘premature and unnecessary’ – Fox News
“mueller” – Google News: Robert Mueller in the Age of the Unicorn – The New York Times

“fbi and trump” – Google News: A Darker Portrait Emerges of Trump’s Attacks on the Justice Department – The New York Times

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WASHINGTON — Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, praised President Trump last spring for backing the rule of law and commended the Constitution and American culture for protecting lawfulness.
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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Targeting Bill Barr – The Wall Street Journal

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Pivoting from their failed Russia-Trump collusion narrative, Democrats and the press corps have discovered a new political villain: William Barr. They claim the Attorney General is misleading the public, but their real goal is to warn Mr.
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“mueller” – Google News: DOJ calls Nadler subpoena for full Mueller report ‘premature and unnecessary’ – Fox News

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The Department of Justice responded Friday to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler’s request for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s full and unredacted report, dismissing the request as both “premature and unnecessary.”
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The Global Security News: Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (115 sites): Voice of America: Good Friday Processions Become Protests in Nicaragua

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Good Friday religious processions in Nicaragua’s capital took on a political tone as people seized an opportunity to renew protests against the government of President Daniel Ortega.

As hundreds of faithful walked in a traditional Stations of the Cross procession to the city’s cathedral, dozens of protesters shouted for justice and carried wooden crosses bearing the names of those who died during the past year of protests. They waved the blue-and-white Nicaraguan flag, which has become a symbol of the opposition.

When the protest continued outside the cathedral, riot police moved in to disperse them with deafening sound grenade-type devices and tear gas. Some young protesters threw rocks and sought shelter among the faithful inside the cathedral’s gates. Police surrounded the site.

Vatican mediating

Jose Pallais, a member of the opposition Civic Alliance who has participated in a dialogue with the government, said the Vatican’s ambassador Waldemar Sommertag was mediating between authorities and the opposition to win the safe passage of the protesters out of the cathedral.

Some protesters later left the cathedral, but late in the afternoon police were still outside the site and about 100 protesters remained inside, afraid to come out, Pallais said.

Pallais said he had heard of two injuries, including a young woman injured by a tear gas canister.

The National Police said in a statement they knew of no injuries and had arrested no one. They said masked protesters armed with rocks, homemade mortars and some with guns infiltrated the procession and then hid on the grounds of the cathedral.

​Police thwart earlier protests

On Wednesday, an overwhelming police presence scuttled a scheduled opposition march to mark the anniversary of the protests. Public demonstrations have been effectively banned in Nicaragua since last year.

Friday was the anniversary of the first three deaths after the government and armed supporters moved to quash the protests last year.

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights says at least 325 people have died in the protests and government crackdown. Protests began in response to social security cuts and expanded to calls for Ortega’s ouster.

Ortega has maintained that last year’s protests were an attempted coup orchestrated by forces outside the country. International observers have found no evidence of a plot to overthrow of the one-time revolutionary who led the ouster of Anastasio Somoza in 1979.

More US sanctions

This week U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton announced additional sanctions against Nicaragua, European politicians called on the European Union to impose its own and Canada confirmed that it had cut nearly $20 million in direct aid to Ortega’s government.

James K. Hill, Canada’s ambassador to Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Honduras told the AP this week that repression by Nicaraguan authorities had led to the suspension of the financial support.

“Canada is concerned by the human rights situation and considers the repressive actions of the government unacceptable,” Hill said in a written response to the AP.

The government typically uses such direct foreign assistance to support its general budget. Canada suspended the assistance in August, but the government only confirmed it following a news report this week.

Hill said the aid carries conditions and wouldn’t be renewed until “there is satisfactory evidence of improvement with respect to the state of human rights in Nicaragua, which would be reported by independent sources.”

Canada continues to provide development assistance in Nicaragua — averaging about $15 million annually — through international and non-governmental organizations.

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The Global Security News: 1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (115 sites): Voice of America: Good Friday Processions Become Protests in Nicaragua

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Good Friday religious processions in Nicaragua’s capital took on a political tone as people seized an opportunity to renew protests against the government of President Daniel Ortega.

As hundreds of faithful walked in a traditional Stations of the Cross procession to the city’s cathedral, dozens of protesters shouted for justice and carried wooden crosses bearing the names of those who died during the past year of protests. They waved the blue-and-white Nicaraguan flag, which has become a symbol of the opposition.

When the protest continued outside the cathedral, riot police moved in to disperse them with deafening sound grenade-type devices and tear gas. Some young protesters threw rocks and sought shelter among the faithful inside the cathedral’s gates. Police surrounded the site.

Vatican mediating

Jose Pallais, a member of the opposition Civic Alliance who has participated in a dialogue with the government, said the Vatican’s ambassador Waldemar Sommertag was mediating between authorities and the opposition to win the safe passage of the protesters out of the cathedral.

Some protesters later left the cathedral, but late in the afternoon police were still outside the site and about 100 protesters remained inside, afraid to come out, Pallais said.

Pallais said he had heard of two injuries, including a young woman injured by a tear gas canister.

The National Police said in a statement they knew of no injuries and had arrested no one. They said masked protesters armed with rocks, homemade mortars and some with guns infiltrated the procession and then hid on the grounds of the cathedral.

​Police thwart earlier protests

On Wednesday, an overwhelming police presence scuttled a scheduled opposition march to mark the anniversary of the protests. Public demonstrations have been effectively banned in Nicaragua since last year.

Friday was the anniversary of the first three deaths after the government and armed supporters moved to quash the protests last year.

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights says at least 325 people have died in the protests and government crackdown. Protests began in response to social security cuts and expanded to calls for Ortega’s ouster.

Ortega has maintained that last year’s protests were an attempted coup orchestrated by forces outside the country. International observers have found no evidence of a plot to overthrow of the one-time revolutionary who led the ouster of Anastasio Somoza in 1979.

More US sanctions

This week U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton announced additional sanctions against Nicaragua, European politicians called on the European Union to impose its own and Canada confirmed that it had cut nearly $20 million in direct aid to Ortega’s government.

James K. Hill, Canada’s ambassador to Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Honduras told the AP this week that repression by Nicaraguan authorities had led to the suspension of the financial support.

“Canada is concerned by the human rights situation and considers the repressive actions of the government unacceptable,” Hill said in a written response to the AP.

The government typically uses such direct foreign assistance to support its general budget. Canada suspended the assistance in August, but the government only confirmed it following a news report this week.

Hill said the aid carries conditions and wouldn’t be renewed until “there is satisfactory evidence of improvement with respect to the state of human rights in Nicaragua, which would be reported by independent sources.”

Canada continues to provide development assistance in Nicaragua — averaging about $15 million annually — through international and non-governmental organizations.

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Prosecutors seek 18-month sentence for Maria Butina in Russian plot to forge ties to U.S. conservative groups  Washington Post

Russian gun-activist pleaded guilty in plan to gain access to the NRA, U.S. conservative circles.

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The Global Security News: The Trump Investigations Report – Review Of News And Opinions: 1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): Palmer Report: More bad news for Donald Trump

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Just this week, former Massachusetts Governor William Weld threw his hat in the ring to challenge Donald Trump for the 2020 Republican nomination for president, while calling out Trump’s Attorney General William Barr for pandering to the pro-Trump conspiracy theorists. During his testimony before the Senate Appropriations subcommittee last week, Barr stated, “I think spying did occur. But the question is whether it was adequately predicated, and I’m not suggesting it wasn’t adequately predicated, but I need to explore that.”


While most sane people quickly called out Barr for his inappropriate use of debunked conspiracy theories, Barr’s antics were sure to make Trump happy. Bill Weld made the case that the investigation into Trump’s campaign, given the vast evidence of wrongdoing, was appropriate. Weld said that “When an agency opens an investigation, it may be a lot of things, it may be bad news for the target. But it’s not spying. It’s just opening an investigation.”



Despite Weld being a relatively little known political figure on the national stage, his decision to primary Trump is rather substantial. Given the history of incumbent presidents being primaried during their reelection campaign, this does not bode well for Trump. Going back to just after Richard Nixon resigned the presidency, no incumbent president has ever won reelection following a legitimate primary challenge.



When Gerald Ford took over after Nixon’s resignation, he was later primaried by Ronald Reagan. While Ford would succeed in winning the Republican nomination, he would go on to lose in the general election to Jimmy Carter. Just four years later, Ted Kennedy attempted to win the Democratic nomination in a challenge to Carter. Just like the previous election, the sitting president won the primary but lost the presidential election. The same can be said about the 1992 election when George H.W. Bush won the primary against Pat Buchanan but lost to Bill Clinton.


While an incumbent president has not faced a real primary challenge in decades, the history appears to be straightforward. It would seem that presidents are only challenged by their own party when there are reasons to doubt their ability to be reelected. Weld’s decision to go up against Trump for the 2020 Republican nomination only benefits the Democratic candidates going into the most important presidential election of our lifetime.



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