US President-elect Donald Trump has conceded for the first time that Russia was behind the hacking of Democratic Party institutions during the presidential election, saying that not only Russia, but many other countries are hacking the US. He made the comments during his first press conference since July, which was dominated by questions about Moscow's cyber-attacks against US political organizations before the election.
US discussion of Russian hacking 'waste of time': Analyst
Director of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) James Comey has claimed Russian hackers managed to hack some Republican groups and campaigns. To retaliate the alleged hackings, a bipartisan group of US senators has introduced a legislation to impose new sanctions on Russia. Meanwhile, US President-elect Donald Trump has rejected the allegation that Russia hacked Democratic offices to help him win the November election.
US politicians trying to prevent US-Russia better ties: Author
Hawkish US Republican Senator John McCain has once again accused Moscow of waging a war against the United States. He says Russia’s alleged cyberattacks against US political organizations to influence the 2016 presidential election amount to an “act of war.”
McCain, part of US oligarchy that thrives on war: Commentator
How can Iran and Europe cooperate on the environment? What are the consequences of the Donald Trump presidential win in America for Iran? How will Iran’s 2017 presidential election go? To answer these questions euronews talked to Masoumeh Ebtekar, the vice president of the Islamic Republic and head of Iran’s Department of the Environment.
Pollution, Rouhani's chances and Trump:  Iran’s vice president looks forward to 2017
The regime in Tel Aviv is continuing its illegal settlement expansion in the occupied territories despite international calls to stop them. More than half a million Israelis live in over 230 illegal settlement colonies built since Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories of the West Bank and East Jerusalem al-Quds. It seems that Israel is taking advantage of the occupation due to the world’s distraction from the issue because of other conflicts in the Middle East.
Israel, biggest force behind wars in Middle East: Analyst
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says the chaos in the Middle East has its roots in a “strategic mistake” by major powers and regional players, which are using terrorism as a tool to pursue their agenda. He has also criticized a lack of “political vigilance” in regional nations, particularly their young generations, as another factor fueling instability in the region.
US, allies, fueling wave of terror in Middle East: Analyst

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