8:41 AM 11/6/2021 - Very strange, "voluntary" arrest of Igor Danchenko: "US Authorities Did Not Seek To Detain Danchenko, FBI Arrested Him After Press Leak" - UrduPoint

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Igor Danchenko arrested, charged with lying to FBI about information in Steele dossier - The Washington Post
Igor Danchenko arrested, charged with lying to FBI about information in Steele dossier  The Washington PostAuthorities Arrest Analyst Who Contributed to Steele Dossier  The New York TimesIgor Danchenko, Trump dossier source, arrested in John Durham probe  USA TODAYRussian analyst who was source for Steele dossier arrested and charged with lying to FBI  CNNIndictment...
US Authorities Did Not Seek To Detain Danchenko, FBI Arrested Him After Press Leak - UrduPoint - UrduPoint News
US Authorities Did Not Seek To Detain Danchenko, FBI Arrested Him After Press Leak - UrduPoint  UrduPoint News
Russian analyst who helped compile Steele dossier arrested in U.S. probe – New York Times - KFGO News
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US-Russia Strategic Stability Dialogue To Resume In Coming Weeks - Deputy Foreign Minister - UrduPoint - UrduPoint News
US-Russia Strategic Stability Dialogue To Resume In Coming Weeks - Deputy Foreign Minister - UrduPoint  UrduPoint News
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On this day in 1865, the Confederate commerce raider CSS Shenandoah puts into the British port of Liverpool and surrenders following a year-long campaign against Union shipping. The U.S. Civil War has been over for 211 days.
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On this day in 1860, Abraham Lincoln, 51, wins the US presidency. Within 45 days, South Carolina will leave the Union.
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On this day in 1918, Allied forces recapture Sedan, France. German defences are collapsing on the Western Front. Berlin is days from surrender.
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On this day in 1941, Stalin takes to the airwaves to urge the Soviet people to fight on. "No mercy for the German invaders!" he thunders as Hitler's Panzers draw ever closer to Moscow.
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On this day in 1862, President Lincoln fires George McClellan from his position as commander of the Army of the Potomac. The disgraced general will take on his old boss in the 1864 national election.
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On this day in 1773, Samuel Adams declares that any Bostonian who unloads tea from British ships in the city's harbour will be labelled "an enemy to America."
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Today in 1956, British and French paratroops seize portions of the Suez Canal in response to Egypt's nationalization of the waterway in July. The move follows days of air strikes by the two powers and an invasion of the Sinai by Israel. Both the US and Soviets condemn the action
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On this day in 1757, Frederick II of Prussia outfights the combined armies of France and the Holy Roman Empire at the Battle of Rossbach. He only loses about 100 men; enemy casualties are in the thousands. No wonder his subjects will one day call him Frederick the Great.
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On this day in 1921, the Nazi Party's paramilitary Sturmabteilung or 'SA' is founded. They become known as the "brown-shirts."
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On this day in 1862, Richard J. Gatling patents the famous rapid-fire gun that will bear his name. Ironically, he imagines that his weapon will render mass armies obsolete thereby making future wars far less deadly.
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On this day in 1918, war-weary and starving German civilians take to the streets to demand "peace and bread." The country is just days away from surrender.
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‘Valor in Action’ — How One WW2 Vet-Turned-Artist Immortalized Marine Corps Heroism militaryhistorynow.com/2021/11/03/val…
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On this day in 1986, news first breaks of the Iran-Contra scandal. It will eventually emerge that the Reagan White House authorized weapons sales to Tehran and funnelled the profits to anti-communist guerrillas in Nicaragua.

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