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CNN —It has been a remarkable week for Russia’s Anna Kalinskaya, who began it having just qualified for the Dubai Tennis Championships and ends it playing in the tournament’s final after defeating world No. I know if I don’t stay calm and aggressive she’s going to destroy me,” Kalinskaya, the world No. Christopher Pike/Getty ImagesThe 25-year-old raced into a 5-2 lead in the second set, but wobbled after Świątek saved two match points and mounted a comeback to come within touching distance of leveling the second set. 3 Coco Gauff 2-6 6-4 6-2 in Thursday’s quarterfinals for another upset victory, making her form all the more impressive. She will face Italy’s Jasmine Paolini, who is also playing in her first-ever WTA 1000 final, for the title on Saturday.
Persons: Russia’s Anna Kalinskaya, Świątek, Coco Gauff, Kalinskaya, “ She’s, ” Kalinskaya, , Iga Świątek, Christopher Pike, Jasmine Paolini Organizations: CNN, Dubai Tennis, Reuters Locations: Dubai
In this pool photograph distributed by Russian state agency Sputnik, the Tupolev Tu-160M "Ilya Muromets" strategic bomber is seen on the grounds of an aircraft manufacturer in Kazan on February 22, 2024. Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that almost all of the country's strategic nuclear forces had been modernized and the Russian Air Force had recently taken delivery of four nuclear-capable bombers, according to state news agency Tass. A day earlier, the Russian president flew on a modernized strategic missile carrier known as a TU-160M. "Today, the share of modern weapons and equipment in the strategic nuclear forces has already reached 95%, while the naval component of the 'nuclear triad' is at almost 100%. A key priority for the Kremlin, Russia's so-called "nuclear triad" refers to the ability to launch nuclear missiles from land, air and sea.
Persons: Tupolev, Ilya Muromets, Vladimir Putin, Putin, Sam Meredith Organizations: Sputnik, Russian Air Force, Tass, Fatherland, Armed Forces, Kremlin Locations: Russian, Kazan, Russia
If you take a multivitamin every day or a vitamin D supplement every now and then, you have Casimir Funk to thank. Born Kazimierz Funk on Feb. 23 in 1884, the Polish-American biochemist introduced the concept of vitamins, which he called "vital amines," according to Google. "In his later research, Funk studied animal hormones and contributed to the knowledge about hormones of the pituitary and sex glands, emphasizing the importance of balance between hormones and vitamins." Funk's family describes him as someone who was a "driven and curious child," according to Google. But Funk was also a family man who valued time with his loved ones, even after becoming well-known for his discoveries, his family told Google.
Persons: Casimir Funk, Kazimierz Funk, Funk Organizations: Google, American Nutrition Association, Nutrition, of Fame, University of Bern, University of Berlin, Pasteur Institute Locations: Polish, American, Europe, Switzerland, Paris, Albany, N.Y
CNN —President Joe Biden is embracing his bully pulpit as he calls out resistance from former President Donald Trump and Republicans on Ukraine and Russia. In repeatedly assailing Trump and his party from the White House, Biden also hopes to illustrate the stakes of the upcoming election and demonstrate his own efforts to unite the west against Russian aggression. House Republicans have scuttled efforts to pass a bipartisan border security bill and additional assistance for Ukraine – both at Trump’s urging. “Trump gave an invitation to Putin to invade some of our ally, NATO allies,” Biden said earlier this month. Why can’t Trump just say that?” Biden said in a White House video released Tuesday.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Donald Trump’s, Alexey Navalny, Vladimir Putin’s, Biden, Putin, Navalny, ” Biden, , ” Trump, assailing Trump, Strom Thurmond, “ I’ve, I’ve, Thurmond, segregationists, Strom, ” “ I’m, Mike Johnson, Trump, He’s, “ Trump, Abraham Lincoln, America, can’t Trump, he’s, they’re, Organizations: CNN, Republicans, House Republicans, Trump, San, Wednesday, White, Ukraine –, Democratic, United States Congress, , NATO, Super, Quinnipiac, Russia Locations: Ukraine, Russia, California, San Francisco, Israel, Palestinian, Los Angeles, Bay, White, Russian, United States, Avdiivka, Michigan , Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish
Whether it's starting a business or mastering an ambitious skill, having big career goals can be exciting but overwhelming. How do you successfully achieve them while navigating the demands and responsibilities of daily life? As a researcher in the science of happiness, I was lucky: I was able to learn the secrets that helped me make my journey a little easier. Identify your 'what' and 'why'My "what" was writing a book, and my "why" was to help people find greater happiness. One study that inspired me studied scientists who were striving to achieve extremely long-term objectives, like finding cancer treatments and seeking out extraterrestrial life.
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CNN —United Airlines said it will resume flights from the United States to Israel beginning in March. United is the first major US airline carrier to resume flights to Israel following the October 7 Hamas terror attack and ensuing war in Gaza. United said there will be some connecting flights from New York and Newark on March 2 and March 4 and the goal is to begin daily non-stop flights on March 6. “United conducted a detailed safety analysis in making this decision, including close work with security experts and government officials in the United States and Israel. Neither of the other major US airlines that historically offered flights to Israel, Delta and American Airlines, have resumed service yet.
Organizations: CNN — United Airlines, United, , Air Line Pilots Association, Association of, Washington Dulles, Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, Air, American Airlines Locations: United States, Israel, Gaza, United, New York, Newark, San Francisco, Washington, Chicago, Tel Aviv, Air France, Delta
As the war continued to rage in Ukraine’s east, much of its Western border was blocked on Tuesday by another fight, this one with Polish farmers. The farmers have for months been protesting an influx of Ukrainian products that they say is crowding the Polish market and undercutting their livelihood. On Tuesday, they obstructed check points for commercial transportation, halted the passage of about 3,000 Ukrainian trucks and opened some train cars containing Ukrainian grain, spilling it onto the rails. “It’s either us or them,” a Polish farmer said on Tuesday on the Polish TV channel Polsat News. “Someone must be interested in us.”The demonstration prompted a counterprotest in Ukraine, where previous blockades by Polish truckers have hampered the supply chain of goods reaching the country, causing shortages that have begun to affect soldiers on the battlefield.
Persons: It’s, Organizations: Polsat Locations: Polish, Ukraine
Poland Starts Probe Into Allegations of Illegal Phone-Hacking
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"Our work in the investigative commission will cause not only an earthquake, but also a tsunami." PiS say the changes are a political witchhunt and that it always acted legally. I'm sure that every surveillance conducted by secret services was accepted and ordered by court," former Deputy Justice Minister Sebastian Kaleta said. However, Polish media have recently reported that the spyware may have also been used against PiS politicians, news that if proved true could strain lawmakers loyalties. "It seems to me that this may be, unfortunately, a trial by fire that (PiS) won't necessarily pass," said Anna Materska-Sosnowska, a political scientist at Warsaw University.
Persons: Witold Zembaczynski, Jacek Karnowski, Sebastian Kaleta, Anna Materska, Jaroslaw, Kaczynski, Alan Charlish, Pawel Florkiewicz, Anna Wlodarczak, William Maclean Organizations: Monday, Pegasus, Civic Coalition, Associated Press, Warsaw University Locations: WARSAW, Israel
One owner even said they'd been warned when the truck was delivered that it could rust in the rain. "The advisor specifically mentioned the Cybertrucks develop orange rust marks in the rain and that required the vehicle to be buffed out," a member of the Cybertruck Owners Club forum wrote. Stainless is reactive and free iron that sits on it will rust," the Cybertruck engineer said. Demaree said the latter method appeared to do the trick but advised Cybertruck owners to be careful using the polish on the truck. Tesla delivered its first dozen on November 30, and several celebrities have been spotted with their own Cybertrucks in the months since.
Persons: , Wes Morrill, they'd, Morrill, Tesla, Elon Musk, Justin Demaree, Guy, he'd, Demaree, It's Organizations: Service, Business, Cybertruck Owners, Tesla, YouTube, Delorean
“Make no mistake: Putin is responsible for Navalny’s death. A few moments earlier, Secretary of State Antony Blinken linked Navalny’s death directly to Russia’s president. Asked whether Navalny’s death might spur Congress to act in providing more Ukraine aid, Biden was hopeful. Even so, Johnson said in a statement Friday that Putin “is likely directly responsible” for Navalny’s death. “I made it clear to him that I believe the consequences of that would be devastating for Russia,” Biden said in Geneva, where the summit was held.
Persons: Alexey Navalny’s, Vladimir Putin, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Putin, ” Biden, Roosevelt, “ Putin, ” Trump, Nikki Haley, Fani Willis ’, Trump, Putin’s, Biden, “ It’s, Kamala Harris, Antony Blinken, , , Mike Johnson, Johnson, Putin “, Tucker Carlson, Carlson, Trump’s, ” Haley, Truman, “ Trump, he’d, Navalny, we’re, ” Harris, Harris, Navalny’s, CNN’s Haley Britzky, Lauren Fox, Kate Sullivan Organizations: CNN, White, GOP, Fulton, NATO, Biden, Munich Security Conference, Republican, Republicans, Ukraine, Fox News, South Carolina Gov, South, Putin, Super, Ukraine wavers, , Trump Locations: Washington, Russia, Fulton County, Georgia, Europe, Moscow, Ukraine, Munich, United States, South Carolina, Michigan , Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Geneva, Asia, transatlanticism
WARSAW, Poland (AP) —U.S. President Joe Biden will host Poland’s President Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister Donald Tusk for a meeting in Washington on March 12, the 25th anniversary of Poland’s joining the NATO Alliance, the White House said Thursday. The declaration of support has special significant now, when political infighting in U.S. Congress is stalling approval of a $60 billion aid package for Kyiv. Poland last year spent some 4% of its GDP on defense and has earmarked some 3.1% of its 2024 GDP for the purpose. The U.S.-Polish strategic energy security partnership, economic ties and “shared commitment to democratic values” will also be a theme of discussions. Duda hails from the right-wing party that ruled until December, and he has accused Tusk's government of violating Poland's constitution and using authoritarian methods.
Persons: Joe Biden, Andrzej Duda, Donald Tusk, Poland’s, Karine Jean, Pierre, , Tusk, Duda, Tusk's Organizations: , NATO Alliance, Congress, NATO Locations: WARSAW, Poland, Washington, U.S, Kyiv, Warsaw
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — A missile strike on the Russian city of Belgorod near the Ukraine border on Thursday killed six people, including a child, and injured 18 others, a Russian official said. It was the latest in exchanges of long-range missile and rocket fire in Russia's war on Ukraine. Five of the 18 people injured in Belgorod, a city of around 340,000 people, were children, regional Gov. Dozens of people were killed and injured in an attack there over Russia’s New Year holiday weekend. The Russian missiles used on Thursday included Iskander ballistic missiles, Kalibr cruise missiles, guided aviation missiles and adapted S-300 anti-aircraft missiles.
Persons: Vyacheslav Gladkov, Roman Starovoit, , Vladimir Putin’s, Oleh Syniehubov, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Olaf Scholz, Zelenskyy, Kamala Harris, Andrii Sadovyi, ___ Burrows Organizations: Gov, Telegram, Tass, Russia’s Ministry of Defense, Security, U.S, Ukraine, Command Locations: KYIV, Ukraine, Russian, Belgorod, Russia, Ukraine's, Russia's Kursk, , Ukrainian, Velykyi, Kharkiv, Kyiv, Lviv, salvos, France, Berlin, Germany, Russia’s Kursk, London, russia, ukraine
Michel was in a four-man sled piloted by Michael Vogt when it crashed Tuesday during training for this weekend's World Cup races in Altenberg. This weekend's Altenberg races are the last World Cup events prior to the world championships; there is one last World Cup weekend coming in mid-March to Lake Placid, New York. The Swiss team said Vogt “suffered a severe concussion and bruises” and push athletes Dominik Hufschmid and Andreas Haas also had slight injuries. The pair won a World Cup race in December and are third in the season-long standings. Vogt’s four-man bob crew is fourth in that discipline’s World Cup standings.
Persons: Sandro Michel, Michel, Michael Vogt, ” Michel, Training, Greg Cackett, , Vogt “, Dominik Hufschmid, Andreas Haas, Chris Spring, Mateusz Sochowicz, Vogt Organizations: , Michel, Swiss, Locations: ALTENBERG, Germany, — Swiss, Altenberg, Dresden, British, Swiss, Winterberg, Lake Placid , New York, Canadian, China
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewGen Z are still learning the ins and outs of office workwear, and the biggest style mistake they’re making is not investing in "office-friendly" shoes, according to a stylist. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Gen Z men can wear dress shoes, boots, or white court sneakers from brands like Veja, Common Projects, and Nisolo. Gen Z workers have been getting flak for showing up to the office in inappropriate workwear.
Persons: , Liz Teich, Teich, Kate Hart Finnigan, Gen, Adidas Stan Smiths Organizations: Service, Nike Air Force, Business, Adidas Locations: New York, Teich
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewRussian President Vladimir Putin delivered a strange performance fueled by Russian propaganda and imperialist posturing in his interview with right-wing media host Tucker Carlson last week. The two-hour interview revealed little new information about the war in Ukraine — beyond that it is likely to continue — but did manage to highlight Putin's increasing delusion, according to two Russia historians. AdvertisementThe Russian president parroted in great, slogging detail many of the erroneous talking points he's used over the years to bolster his belief that Ukraine ought to be under Russian control. "Instead, he showed that it wasn't Russian insecurity, but Putin's personal imperialism, that motivated the war," English said.
Persons: , Vladimir Putin, Tucker Carlson, Robert English, Putin, parroted, he's, Rurik, Simon Miles, Carlson, combusted, Putin didn't, Miles, Masha Gessen, Hitler, Gessen, Donald Trump Organizations: Service, Business, University of Southern, Duke University's Sanford School of Public, Soviet Union, GOP, NATO Locations: Ukraine, Russia, University of Southern California, Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, Russian, Polish, Lithuanian Commonwealth, Soviet, West, Kyiv, United States, Israel
We chatted to two corporate stylists to find out how the younger gens can elevate their work style:1. You should be covered 'from nips to knees'Maree Ellard styled in a corporate outfit. Invest in some great work shoesIt's time to put aside those casual Nike Air Force 1 sneakers and invest in more stylish work shoes, Teich says. Play around with accessories, details, and colorMaree Ellard styled in a corporate outfit. Keep the designer logos to a minimumMaree Ellard styled in a corporate outfit.
Persons: , Zers, Ryan Vogel, they're, Maree Ellard, Maree, Ellard, Liz Teich, Teich, It's, Kate Hart Finnigan, Adidas Stan Smiths, it's Organizations: Service, Business, Fox School of Business, Temple University, eBay, Invest, Nike Air Force, Adidas Locations: Australia, New York, Zara
WARSAW (Reuters) - Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said on Thursday that Republican senators in the United States should be ashamed for blocking a $60 billion aid package for Ukraine, saying former U.S. President Ronald Reagan would be "turning in his grave". Republicans in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday defeated a bipartisan effort to bolster border security that had taken months to negotiate, but said they could still approve aid for Ukraine, and Israel, that had been tied up in the deal. "Dear Republican Senators of America. Ronald Reagan, a Republican, was the 40th president of the United States, holding the role from 1981 to 1989. The Latest Photos From Ukraine View All 91 ImagesU.S. Republicans for months have insisted that any additional U.S. aid to Ukraine, and Israel, must also address the high numbers of migrants arriving at the U.S-Mexico border - a top voter concern.
Persons: Donald Tusk, Ronald Reagan, Tusk, Ukraine's, Donald Trump, Trump, Alan Charlish, Susan Fenton Organizations: Polish, U.S . Senate, Wednesday, Ukraine, Republican, U.S, Republicans, Kyiv Locations: WARSAW, United States, Ukraine, U.S, Israel, Poland, Russia, Soviet Union, Mexico
By Patricia ZengerleWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate was due to vote on Thursday on a $95.34 billion bill that includes aid for Ukraine, Israel and the Indo-Pacific, after Republicans blocked compromise legislation that also included a long-sought overhaul of immigration policy. The security aid bill includes $61 billion for Ukraine as it battles a Russian invasion, $14 billion for Israel in its war against Hamas and $4.83 billion to support partners in the Indo-Pacific, including Taiwan, and deter aggression by China. Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said on social media that Republican senators should be ashamed for blocking the Ukraine aid package, saying former President Ronald Reagan would be "turning in his grave." Senator Chris Murphy, one of the three negotiators on the border deal, told Reuters the biggest potential risk to the Ukraine bill would be opposition by Trump. "Once he got loud on the immigration bill, the thing fell apart ... if he turns his flamethrower on Ukraine, I wonder how it survives," Murphy said in an interview on Wednesday.
Persons: Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON, Chuck Schumer, Schumer, Volodymyr Zelenskiy's, Vladimir Putin, Donald Tusk, Ronald Reagan, Putin, Xi Jinping, Donald Trump, Mike Johnson, Trump, Joe Biden, Chris Murphy, Murphy, Patricia Zengerle, Richard Cowan, Scott Malone, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: U.S, Senate, Republicans, Democratic, Israel, Hamas, House Republicans, Polish, Republican, Democratic U.S, Reuters, Trump Locations: Ukraine, Israel, Taiwan, China, Gaza, Washington, Russia, United States
NEW YORK (AP) — Ever-present on the lips of Taylor Swift and the uniforms of both Super Bowl teams. The color red has gone boom as loud as TNT. The phenom that is Taylor Swift at boyfriend Travis Kelce's Kansas City Chiefs games was a red-hued wonder of a lead-up to Super Bowl LVIII. You can wear red accessories to add color to a more neutral look or throw on a red lip or red nail polish. THE RED VS. RED SUPER BOWLThe 49ers have some skin in the red fashion game, too, in running back Christian McCaffrey's fiancee, Olivia Culpo, and in Kristin Juszczyk, fullback Justin Juszczyk's wife.
Persons: Taylor Swift, Trav, Travis Kelce's, We've, we've, Pat McGrath, , Laurie Pressman, Stuart Semple, Erin Jaeger, it’s, Christian McCaffrey's, Olivia Culpo, Kristin Juszczyk, Justin Juszczyk's, Kristin, Jaeger, I’m, Sabato De Sarno, Gucci Rosso, ” Jaeger, Bianca Betancourt, Semple, Anish Kapoor, It's, , Geothe, Michel Pastoureau's Organizations: Super Bowl, TNT, Travis Kelce's Kansas City Chiefs, Media, Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers, Pat McGrath Labs, FOOTBALL AS, North America, 49ers, Swift, Vogue Locations: Taylor, British, North, Paris, Milan, China, India
About 17 years ago, Steve Jobs took the stage at a San Francisco convention center and said he was introducing three products: an iPod, a phone and an internet browser. “This is one device, and we are calling it iPhone.”At $500, the first iPhone was relatively expensive, but I was eager to dump my mediocre Motorola flip phone and splurge. There were flaws — including sluggish cellular internet speeds. Over the last week, I’ve had a very different experience with a new first-generation product from Apple: the Vision Pro, a virtual reality headset that resembles a pair of ski goggles. The $3,500 wearable computer, which was released Friday, uses cameras so you can see the outside world while juggling apps and videos.
Persons: Steve Jobs, , I’ve Organizations: San, Motorola, Apple Locations: San Francisco
Adam Bodnar, Poland’s new justice minister, recently explained to me the immense challenge of rebuilding liberal democracy in his country after an eight-year slide toward authoritarianism. Imagine, he said, that Donald Trump had won the last election and been in power for two terms instead of one. Poland is a country that has just gone through something like what Trumpists hope to impose on us in a second term. And now it’s trying to repair itself, which is why I flew there last month. The parallels to the backlash against the American Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overturned Roe v. Wade, were impossible to miss.
Persons: Adam Bodnar, Donald Trump, Trump, Biden, MAGA, , Roe, Wade, that’s, Daniel Ziblatt, Organizations: Jackson, Health Organization Locations: Poland, American, Dobbs v, Warsaw, America
Now, researchers have found synthetic chemicals called phthalates used in clear food packaging and personal care products could be a culprit, according to a new study. “Studies show the largest association with preterm labor is due to a phthalate found in food packaging called Di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate, or DEHP,” Trasande said. “In our new study, we found DEHP and three similar chemicals could be responsible for 5% to 10% of all the preterm births in 2018. “This paper focused on the relationship between exposure to individual phthalates and preterm birth. “Every day, they’re often exposed to more than one phthalate from the products they use, so the risk of preterm birth may actually be greater,” said Friedman, who was not involved in the study.
Persons: phthalates, , Dr, Leonardo Trasande, ” Trasande, , that’s, Alexa Friedman, Friedman, diisononyl, toxicologist Linda Birnbaum, ” Birnbaum, birthweight, DEHP, Trasande, ” Friedman, don’t, ” CNN’s Jen Christensen Organizations: CNN, NYU Langone Health, , Environmental, American Chemistry Council, Product Safety, FDA, Food and Drug Administration, National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences, National Toxicology, National Institutes of Health’s, Child Health, Health, Mayo Clinic, American Academy of Pediatrics, AAP Locations: United States, European
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's president said he was unsure if Ukraine would be able to regain control over Russian-occupied Crimea but believed it could retake Donetsk and Luhansk, in comments that drew criticism from politicians from the ruling coalition. However, when asked if he believed Ukraine would really be able to retake Crimea, he said, "It is hard for me to answer that question. "I don't know if (Ukraine) will regain Crimea, but I believe it will regain Donetsk and Luhansk," he said. Ukraine has vowed to recover every inch of its territory including Crimea in the war with Russia. "He answered directly to the question about Ukraine regaining Crimea by saying that he didn't know," Fogiel wrote on X.
Persons: Kyiv's staunchest, Andrzej Duda, Duda's, Mr Duda, Radoslaw Fogiel, Fogiel, Alan Charlish, Mark Heinrich Organizations: YouTube, European, Law and Justice, Civic Coalition Locations: WARSAW, Ukraine, Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk, Warsaw, Russia, Moscow, Poland
On the campaign trail, Mazi Pilip wears a Star of David around her neck. And when it comes to the Israel-Hamas war, Ms. Pilip, the Republican nominee in a special House election in New York, adds no political polish. 7 changed me forever,” she said the other day, her voice cracking, at a vigil for a local man who was taken hostage by Hamas. Ms. Pilip, an Israeli military veteran, called him “my brother.”“The vicious attack of Hamas on my people, on my brothers and sisters, and our Jewish land — a vicious attack — we are never going to forget,” she said, as the packed gymnasium of the suburban Jewish community center nodded along. Many politicians have rushed to stand by American Jews since the war began.
Persons: Pilip, David, , Tom Suozzi Organizations: Republican, Democratic Locations: Israel, New York, American
It's the kind of obstruction of key policy objectives for which Orbán has become notorious within the European Union. “We are the sand in the machinery, the stick between the spokes, the splinter under the fingernail,” Orbán said in a speech to tens of thousands of supporters in 2021. Now, frustrated EU officials are trying to determine what Orbán seeks to achieve with his obstructionist strategy, and how they might overcome it. But with his veto power, the nationalist leader will have plenty of further opportunities to sow discord within the EU. Widely considered to be Russian President Vladimir Putin’s closest ally in the EU, Orbán has been accused by his critics of promoting Moscow’s interests over those of his EU and NATO allies, and of preparing to lead his country out of the EU entirely.
Persons: , Viktor Orbán, Orbán, ” Orbán, Donald Tusk, , , Péter Krekó, ” Krekó, “ Orbán, Daniel Freund, Freund, it’s, he's, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, “ He’s, he’s, Krekó, Vladimir Putin’s Organizations: NATO, European Union, EU, Conservative Political, Green, United, U.S, Trump, Germany, Political Locations: BUDAPEST, Hungary, Brussels, Polish, Ukraine, Budapest, Germany, France, Italy, Europe, United States, Washington, Netherlands, Union
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