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Dmitry Kiselyov, Russia's controversial chief propagandist, has shocked viewers during a weekly news roundup by coming out in favor of same-sex civil unions. "After all," he said, "love can work miracles."
Even before the deadline for a comprehensive nuclear deal with Iran, critics were ratcheting up their calls for the Obama administration to take a tougher line in the negotiations.
While officials in Moscow have been eager to make mischief on Europe's fringes, they don't appear to be in any position to bail EU member Greece out of its $300 billion-plus predicament.
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