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Russia ready to rebuild security ties with U.S. under Trump: Putin allyRussia is ready to resume cooperation with the United States on security issues such as the fight against terrorism and cyber crime, a close ally of President Vladimir Putin said, days before the inauguration of Donald Trump as president. Trump, who has praised Putin as "very smart", has signaled he wants to improve strained ties with Russia, despite U.S. intelligence agencies alleging the Kremlin chief ordered a cyber campaign to discredit rival Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential race. Russia denies it tried to sway the U.S. election by hacking or other means and Trump has played down the allegations.
Russian performance artists requests asylum in FranceMOSCOW (AP) ? A controversial Russian performance artist says he has requested asylum in France after being informed of rape charges against him.
U.S. Congress will not allow Trump to pull out of NATO: German officialChancellor Angela Merkel "read with interest" U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's interview with the Bild newspaper in which he called NATO "obsolete", her spokesman said, adding Berlin still aimed for close cooperation with Washington. Government spokesman Steffen Seibert declined to comment on specific remarks in the interview, saying many of Trump's positions were known. "We will wait for the inauguration of President Trump and then will work closely with the new administration," Seibert told a regular government news conference.
Egypt court rules against handing islands to Saudi Arabia

Egyptian lawyer and former presidential candidate Khaled Ali celebrates after the Supreme Administrative Court said two islands, Sanafir and Tiran, are Egyptian, debunking the government's claim that they were Saudi, in Cairo, Egypt, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. An Egyptian court has ruled against the government's decision to hand over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, a landmark verdict likely to deepen tension with the kingdom. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)CAIRO (AP) ? An Egyptian court ruled on Monday against the government's decision to hand over two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia ? a landmark verdict likely to deepen tensions with the kingdom and embarrass President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi.



May agrees on changing economic model post-Brexit if forced - spokeswoman

A tourist carrying a Union Flag umbrella walks in the rain during a spell of wet weather next to The Tower of London, in LondonPrime Minister Theresa May shares her Chancellor's view that Britain stands ready to consider alternative economic models following Brexit if forced to, her spokeswoman said on Monday. Philip Hammond was quoted on Sunday as saying the country could change its economic model to regain competitiveness if it were to leave the EU without an agreement on access to the single market. "But if we are forced to do something different because we can't get the right deal, then we stand ready to do so." The spokeswoman declined to comment on a fall in sterling to three-month lows over fears May will use a speech on Tuesday to say Britain is set for a "hard" Brexit, making a clean break from the EU's single market.



Murray, Kerber win their 1st major matches as top seeds

Britain's Andy Murray yells out while playing Ukraine's Illya Marchenko in their first round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) ? In his first Grand Slam match with the elevated status of having a knighthood and the No. 1 ranking, Andy Murray berated himself when he made mistakes and frequently yelled during a 7-5, 7-6 (5), 6-2 win over Illya Marchenko.



Kyrgyzstan ministry says cargo plane crash kills 37

Kyrgyzstan ministry says cargo plane crash kills 37A Turkish cargo plane crashed Monday in a residential area just outside the main airport in Kyrgyzstan, killing 37 people on the ground and in the plane, the Emergency Situations Ministry said. The Boeing ...



Trump says NATO is obsolete but still 'very important to me'

U.S.President-elect Donald Trump makes an appearance in the lobby at Trump Tower in New YorkU.S. President-elect Donald Trump said NATO was obsolete because it had not defended against terror attacks, but that the military alliance was still very important to him, The Times of London reported. ?I took such heat, when I said NATO was obsolete," Trump told the newspaper in an interview. ?A lot of these countries aren?t paying what they?re supposed to be paying, which I think is very unfair to the United States," Trump said.



Inauguration in sight, Trump continues Twitter assault

The inaugural parade presidential reviewing stand on Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017, is nearly completed in preparation for the 58th presidential inauguration, on Friday, Jan. 20. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)NEW YORK (AP) ? His inauguration days away, President-elect Donald Trump is continuing to lash out at critics in the intelligence community and Democrats in Congress who are vowing to skip his swearing-in ceremony.



Trump's offer to Russia: an end to sanctions for nuclear arms cut - London Times

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump speaks during a news conference in the lobby of Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York CityBy Guy Faulconbridge and William James LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will propose offering to end sanctions imposed on Russia over its annexation of Crimea in return for a nuclear arms reduction deal with Moscow, he told The Times of London. Criticizing previous U.S. foreign policy in an interview published on Monday, he described the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 as possibly the gravest error in the history of the United States and akin to "throwing rocks into a beehive".