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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, appearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for the first time in more than a year, was grilled by lawmakers on events that ranged from President Donald Trump's apparent threats against a US diplomat in 2019 to Trump's suggestion just minutes after the hearing began that November's elections be delayed. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
President Donald Trump said he hasn't discussed US intelligence that alleged Russia offered bounties to Taliban fighters to kill US troops in Afghanistan with Russian President Vladimir Putin in a recent telephone call. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
A reporter asked President Donald Trump whether he brought up alleged Russian bounties on US troops in a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin, but Trump falsely claimed that he doesn't discuss his calls with foreign leaders.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
Sen. Tammy Duckworth is demanding more details about Russian bounties that were offered to the Taliban to kill US troops in Afghanistan and sent a new letter to Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Thursday voicing her frustration with the information provided by the Pentagon to date. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice blasted President Trump’s claims that he was never briefed about reports that Russian intelligence operatives offer bounties to Taliban-linked militants in Afghanistan for the killing of U.S. troops.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
There is a "real problem" in the U.S. intelligence community if the leakers are going to have to investigate themselves, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., pointed out Saturday.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
A recent memo from the council helmed by the nation's intelligence chief confirmed accounts that Russia offered bounties to Taliban fighters to kill US troops in Afghanistan -- but cast the reports as incomplete and potentially dubious, The New York Times reported Friday. Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
A recent memo from the council helmed by the nation's intelligence chief confirmed accounts that Russia offered bounties to Taliban fighters to kill US troops in Afghanistan -- but cast the reports as incomplete and potentially dubious, The New York Times reported Friday.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
Retired Gen. Jack Keane said on Friday that his sources in the military could not corroborate the report that Russia placed bounties on U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News
Unfortunately, the Russia-Taliban rumors have swirled for years without materializing into actionable intelligence.Devamı için tıklayın...Latest News