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      • Anti-Russian hysteria hurting relations with US, Putin said

        Anti-Russian hysteria hurting relations with US, Putin said

        Thursday, July 27 2017 4:50 PM EDT2017-07-27 20:50:23 GMT
        Thursday, July 27 2017 4:50 PM EDT2017-07-27 20:50:23 GMT

        Putin said relations between the U.S. and Russia were being adversely impacted by anti-Russian hysteria, citing the ongoing investigations in Washington.   

        Putin said relations between the U.S. and Russia were being adversely impacted by anti-Russian hysteria, citing the ongoing investigations in Washington.   

      • NASA photographs Typhoon Noru

        NASA photographs Typhoon Noru

        Thursday, July 27 2017 2:19 PM EDT2017-07-27 18:19:16 GMT
        Thursday, July 27 2017 2:19 PM EDT2017-07-27 18:19:16 GMT

        The storm's eye apparently measured about 10 nautical miles in width, based on satellite imagery.

        The storm's eye apparently measured about 10 nautical miles in width, based on satellite imagery.

      • Boy Scouts of America apologizes for Trump's jamboree speech

        Boy Scouts of America apologizes for Trump's jamboree speech

        Thursday, July 27 2017 2:00 PM EDT2017-07-27 18:00:49 GMT
        Thursday, July 27 2017 2:10 PM EDT2017-07-27 18:10:58 GMT

        Trump gave a campaign-style speech to the crowd of nearly 40,000 people attending the 20th annual jamboree. He verbally bashed his former opponent Hillary Clinton and former president Barack Obama, while pushing his political agenda.

        Trump gave a campaign-style speech to the crowd of nearly 40,000 people attending the 20th annual jamboree. He verbally bashed his former opponent Hillary Clinton and former president Barack Obama, while pushing his political agenda.

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