In an exclusive interview with Meet the Press, Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders says that President Obama was in a difficult position when it came to Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
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Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt has scrapped plans for a business trip to Israel previously scheduled for this week, an agency official said.
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All 65 passengers and crew were feared dead in a plane crash in central Iran on Sunday after the domestic flight came down in bad weather in a mountainous region. A spokesman for Iranian carrier Aseman Airlines had told state television everyone was killed, but the airline then issued a statement saying it could not reach the crash site and could not "accurately and definitely confirm" everyone died. The airline had also initially said 60 passengers and six crew were on board the twin-engined turboprop ATR 72 that was flying to the southwestern city of Yasuj.
Yevgeny Prigozhin is one of Russia’s richest and most powerful oligarchs and Russian President Putin’s so-called chef. Now, Special Counsel Mueller’s indictment ties him to the Internet Research Agency, a source of disinformation during the 2016 election.
It happened at about 8.40pm on Sunday outside the Texas Roadhouse restaurant in San Antonio, police said. San Antonio Police Department chief William McManus told reporters: "We do not believe that this shooting was random. "The folks were waiting outside to eat when the shooting occurred.
Poland’s chief rabbi has said Polish-Jewish relations are at their worst for 30 years as controversy rages over a new law that critics claim is an attempt to whitewash Polish crimes against Jews during the Second World War. Michael Schudrich’s comments came just hours after vandals scrawled swastikas and anti-Polish statements on the Polish embassy in Tel Aviv, demonstrating the level of anger over the law, which has made it a criminal offence to blame the Polish nation or state for crimes by the Third Reich. Over the weekend Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, provoked even more anger in Israel and among Jews worldwide when, speaking in defence of the law, he said Jews were also perpetrators of the Holocaust. “Sadly [Polish-Jewish] relations are the worst I can remember,” Rabbi Schudrich said in a radio interview on Monday. “This is the worst moment in 30 years. “I am, and I hope I always will be, an optimist,” he continued. “But now I am an optimist with a broken heart.” Earlier, Benyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, had tweeted that he considered the Polish prime minister’s comments “outrageous” and that he wanted to address the issue with Mr Morawiecki. On Monday Jacek Czaputowicz, Poland’s foreign minister, said he had called upon the Israeli authorities to ensure the safety of the Polish embassy and to catch the perpetrators of the swastika attack. Tzipi Hotovely, the deputy Israeli foreign minister, tweeted that the attack on the embassy was “unacceptable and has no plane in a democracy that honours the rule of law.” Both the Polish and Israeli governments have called for calm dialogue over the law but Israelis have becoming increasingly dismayed that despite the calls, and international protests, Warsaw has shown no sign or any willingness to alter the law.
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