Russian indicted in election probe says US justice ‘1-sided’

MOSCOW – One of the 13 Russians indicted by the United States for interfering in the American presidential election says the U.S. justice system is unfair. Mikhail Burchik was quoted as saying by the newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda that "I am very surprised that, in the opinion of the Washington court, several Russian people interfered in the elections in the United States. I do not know how the Americans came to this decision." Burchik was identified in the indictment as executive director of an organization that allegedly sowed propaganda on social media to try to interfere with the 2016 election. Burchik was quoted as saying Saturday that "they have one-sided justice,… Read More

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Modi applauds ‘vibrant relationship’ between India, Gulf

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has applauded the "vibrant relationship" shared between his country and Gulf Arab nations during a visit to Dubai. Modi made the comments on Sunday at a speech at an invitation-only gala at the Dubai Opera. Modi said: "Today, whether it’s the UAE or other countries in the Arabian Gulf, our relationship is no longer just that of a buyer and seller, it’s a partnership that’s been built." Indian laborers, taxi drivers and white-collar workers can be found everywhere in the United Arab Emirates, as well as other Gulf Arab nations. Modi will later address the World Government Summit in Dubai… Read More

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