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RUSSIA
Vladimir Putin Is Evasive On New Cold War

By IBTimes AU

Russian President Vladimir Putin held his annual end-of-year news conference in Moscow on Dec 18, 2014. (Dec 19)

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Russia's President Vladimir Putin speaks during the Presidential Council on Science and Education at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, December 8, 2014. Putin said on Monday that Russia should make a leap in developing its fundamental sci
Vladimir Putin Orders Rapid Mass Military Drill Possibly Provoking NATO on Its Borders

By IBTimes AU

Russia's Vladimir Putin does not seem to be discouraged as he ordered rapid military drills over the Baltic region. The drills were meant to test the country's "battle readiness" despite rising international tensions. (Dec 18)

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U.S. President Barack Obama looks on during the Summit on College Opportunity
Obama to Proceed with US Sanctions Possibly Angering Russia into Dangerous Retaliation

By IBTimes AU

Russia's woes continue as the country now finds itself on the brink of one of its worst possible economic crises. The problem may even pile up as reports about President Barrack Obama giving signal of support for the sanctions arise. (Dec 17)

MORE TOPICS: RUSSIA, WHITE HOUSE, NEW YORK, UKRAINE, CONGRESS

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch, who voices "Classified", poses with the character "Skipper" at a press line for the movie "Penguins of Madagascar" during the 2014 Comic-Con International Convention in San Diego, California July 2
'Penguins of Madagascar' Movie Review: Best And Worst Moments Of The Film [WATCH VIDEO]

By IBTimes AU

'Penguins of Madagascar' earned positive reviews from viewers and critics. (Dec 17)

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A U.S. Navy Handout Image Of Baker, The Second Of The Two Atomic Bomb Tests
Russia Justifies Nuclear Weapons Deployment In Crimea

By IBTimes AU

Russia says it has the right to deploy nuclear weapons in Crimea. (Dec 16)

MORE TOPICS: NUCLEAR WEAPONS, RUSSIA, NEW YORK, UKRAINE, EMERGING MARKETS, INTERNATIONAL LAW

Marcus Mariota Is First Hawaiian, Oregon Duck To Win Heisman Trophy Plus Emotional Speech Goes Viral

By IBTimes AU (No Google news)

Marcus Mariota delivered an emotional speech after becoming the first Hawaii native and Oregon Duck to Win the Heisman Trophy. (Dec 16)

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Russian President Putin and US President Obama/Reuters File
Russian Recession Will Not Stop Vladimir Putin from Invading Ukraine, Analysts Say and Barack Obama Agrees

By IBTimes AU

No thanks to the combination of record low oil prices and economic sanctions by the West, Russia is officially in recession by Russian president Vladimir Putin is not expected to tone down his nationalistic stance, including the feared invasion of Ukraine. (Dec 04)

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Floyd Mayweather vs. Marcos Maidana in 2014
Mayweather vs. Pacquiao PPV Rate Could Reach $100 Per Subscriber--Report

By IBTimes AU

The discussed Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao fight could cost $100 for every subscriber (Dec 02)

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A soldier stands next to illegal weapons seized in raids following the May 22 military coup, during a news conference at a military barracks in Bangkok July 29, 2014. The weapons, ranging from shotguns to homemade bombs, and ammunition were seized during
Iraqi Corruption Has Enabled ISIS Access To U.S. Weapons

By IBTimes AU

A leader of a Sunni tribe in Iraq has called on the United States not to send weapons to the country through the military and police forces because they end up in the hands of the ISIS. (Nov 27)

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Russia's President Putin addresses audience in Ulan Bator
Russia Is Ready for Shooting War, Will Likely Win Looming Nuclear Showdown with U.S. – Report

By IBTimes AU

Preparedness for a nuclear conflict could prove as the foremost tactical advantage of Russia over the United States, likely positioning Moscow to score a win in case a shooting World War III with Washington as nemesis erupts. (Nov 25)

MORE TOPICS: BARACK OBAMA, NUCLEAR WEAPONS, RUSSIA, NEW YORK