In Heated TV Interview, Putin Dares Host to Ask the US State Department About George Soros

“There are rumors circulating now that Mr. Soros is planning to make the Euro highly volatile,” Putin warned.

President Vladimir Putin in an interview with NBC's "Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly" in St. Petersburg, Russia . (Alexei Druzhinin/Sputnik)

Russian president Vladimir Putin gave a tense interview to Austria's ORF television channel which at times got so heated, he spoke in German to ask host Armin Wolf to let him finish his answers. The interview was held ahead of Putin's Tuesday meeting with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache during

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Austrian Neo-Nazi Party ‘Becoming Legitimized’ By Anti-Refugee Rhetoric

“The key to the success of populist parties is their anti-immigrant rhetoric. Their legitimacy comes from the fact that they receive a lot of support from disaffected working class left-wing people — but also classic conservative right-wing voters.”

A handful of mostly skinhead members of the Hungarian Welfare Alliance, a Neo-Nazi group, hold their flags as they demonstrate in front of the Austrian embassy in Budapest, Hungary.

Reports neo-Nazi crimes have increased in Austria could have been "easily predicted" but have little chance of "becoming a mainstream movement," expert on immigration and political attitudes told Sputnik. Responding to offences reported in the Austrian states of Tyrol and Upper Austria, including spraying Nazi related graffiti on walls and

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Who Is Dmytro Firtash?

Dmytro Firtash’s recent arrest by Austrian police seems to have raised nothing but questions — most notably, “Who is Dmytro Firtash?”

On March 13, Ukrainian gas tycoon Dmytro Firtash, believed to be one of Ukraine’s richest men and most influential oligarchs, was arrested in Vienna, Austria. He was released on March 21 after posting bail of 125 million euros ($174 million), but he still faces possible extradition to the United States, where he is wanted by the FBI on suspicion of

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Snowden Affair: Forced Landing Of Bolivian President’s Flight Sparks Diplomatic Row

Evo Morales’ flight was rerouted and delayed in Austria, allegedly because of suspicion he was trying to spirit NSA leaker Edward Snowden to Latin America.

PARIS — Bolivia's president left Europe for home on Wednesday in a flurry of diplomatic drama after his flight was rerouted and delayed in Austria, allegedly because of suspicion he was trying to spirit NSA leaker Edward Snowden to Latin America. Bolivia accused the United States of ordering European countries to block President Evo Morales'

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