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Putin, ‘the man without a face’, shows his stripes – again

Putin, ‘the man without a face’, shows his stripes – again https://t.co/2LLTSLEdfq pic.twitter.com/6wCgABkUjx — FRANCE 24 (@FRANCE24) March 18, 2018 Source: Twitter Advertisements

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The election was marred by allegations of ballot stuffing across Russia, where officials were worried about a lack of enthusiasm among 111 million eligible voters.

The election was marred by allegations of ballot stuffing across Russia, where officials were worried about a lack of enthusiasm among 111 million eligible voters. https://t.co/LIMWHo6i3B — New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) March 18, 2018 Source: Twitter

.@SenatorDurbin on @HillaryClinton’s comments on Trump voters: “My friend Hillary Clinton is wrong. Thirty percent of the people who voted for @realDonaldTrump had voted for @BarackObama.”

.@SenatorDurbin on @HillaryClinton's comments on Trump voters: "My friend Hillary Clinton is wrong. Thirty percent of the people who voted for @realDonaldTrump had voted for @BarackObama." #FoxNewsSunday https://t.co/renThTAOru pic.twitter.com/AO2EDyItmW — Fox News (@FoxNews) March 18, 2018 Source: Twitter

.@TGowdySC on McCabe firing: “Make no mistake, the FBI is who recommended that he be fired. It wasn’t crazy House Republicans and it wasn’t the Trump administration. It was his own fellow bureau agents.”

.@TGowdySC on McCabe firing: "Make no mistake, the FBI is who recommended that he be fired. It wasn't crazy House Republicans and it wasn't the Trump administration. It was his own fellow bureau agents." #FoxNewsSunday pic.twitter.com/yWmikWN9rU — Fox News (@FoxNews) March 18, 2018 Source: Twitter

A Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee said he does not believe Pres. Trump will move to fire Special Counsel Mueller, despite a tweet this weekend by a Trump attorney calling for an end to the Russia investigation.

A Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee said he does not believe Pres. Trump will move to fire Special Counsel Mueller, despite a tweet this weekend by a Trump attorney calling for an end to the Russia investigation. https://t.co/gHEZKz93If pic.twitter.com/0imX19dLKg — ABC News (@ABC) March 18, 2018 Source; Twitter

Vladimir Putin is set for fourth term as Russia’s president after winning 71.9% of votes in Sunday’s election, according to the Central Election Committee.

Vladimir Putin is set for fourth term as Russia's president after winning 71.9% of votes in Sunday's election, according to the Central Election Committee. The results are after 22% of votes were counted. Join us for live updates here –> https://t.co/n3BHAWSaKY pic.twitter.com/q7HYW1p9mg — euronews (@euronews) March 18, 2018 Source: Twitter

JUST IN: A Russian state exit poll indicates Vladimir Putin will take 73.9% of the vote, handily beating his closest opponent

JUST IN: A Russian state exit poll indicates Vladimir Putin will take 73.9% of the vote, handily beating his closest opponent https://t.co/tKreXwjOof pic.twitter.com/g7w7nPFW10 — CNN International (@cnni) March 18, 2018 Source: Twitter

.@TGowdySC on John Dowd: Russia attacked our country. Let special counsel Mueller figure that out. And if you believe, as we found, there’s no evidence of collusion, you should want special council Mueller to take all the time and have all the independence he needs to do his job.

.@TGowdySC on John Dowd: Russia attacked our country. Let special counsel Mueller figure that out. And if you believe, as we found, there's no evidence of collusion, you should want special council Mueller to take all the time and have all the independence he needs to do his job. pic.twitter.com/eKJMvq3pha […]

#URGENT – Russie : Vladimir Poutine réélu président avec plus de 70 % des voix, selon les premières estimations http://

🔴 #URGENT – Russie : Vladimir Poutine réélu président avec plus de 70 % des voix, selon les premières estimations https://t.co/VXPP3eKHNM pic.twitter.com/7JRnE2oB2R — FRANCE 24 Urgent (@UrgentF24) March 18, 2018 Source; Twitter

A Boko Haram attack has left anguished parents and community members asking how such a kidnapping could happen again, not even 4 years after another mass abduction of schoolgirls shocked the world

A Boko Haram attack has left anguished parents and community members asking how such a kidnapping could happen again, not even 4 years after another mass abduction of schoolgirls shocked the world https://t.co/7u739YQ8Yp — The New York Times (@nytimes) March 18, 2018 Source: Twitter

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