EU threatens new sanctions against Syria but not Russia
Monday, 16 April 2018 LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - European Union foreign ministers on Monday threatened new sanctions against Syria over its alleged chemical attacks, but held off from joining expected new punitive U.S. measures against Russia.
On Tuesday, the White House appeared to blame US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley for suddenly muddled plans for new sanctions on Russia. Several administration officials claim Haley got ahead of Donald Trump's decision-making when she said Sunday that the United States would level new sanctions...
Russia on Friday called a new wave of U.S. sanctions misguided, saying Washington's habit of using sanctions against Moscow risked undermining global stability... Reuters India - WorldAlso reported by •Sify
Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former attorney, has spoken with special counsel Robert Mueller's team several times over the past month, ABC News reported Thursday. The report said the special..