What's behind Donald Trump's allegations that the US are suffering from a "rigged, broken, corrupt system"? Audrey Glover, who leads the OSCE's election observation mission in the United States, speaks to DW about the quality of the US elections.
Thousands of protesters have denounced Georgia's "rigged" presidential election. While monitors said the vote was largely fair, the OSCE raised concerns that state money was used to fund the winner's campaign.
Court documents reveal how Trump's former personal lawyer helped the investigation into Russian election meddling. The president went on a Twitter tirade before the special counsel filings were set to be made.
The recent Ukraine-Russia flare-up adds potency to US claims its gas is a safer, cheaper bet than Gazprom's. But as the Kremlin adjusts to meet new gas demands, the US gas revolution could be far from plain sailing.
Maria Butina has admitted to trying to set up illegal back channels between Russian agents and the Trump campaign. She has likely pleaded guilty in exchange for deportation to Russia, which maintains her innocence.
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