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B. 2018-02-16 Russians charged over US 2016 election tampering FBI
C. 2017-10-30 Trump adviser George Papadopoulos lied about Russian links Washington
D. 2017-07-11 Trump 'didn't know about son's Russia meeting' Washington
4. 2017-06-21 US official: Russia 'hacked' 21 US states in election U.S. Senate
2016-12-29 Obama expels 35 Russian diplomats in retaliation for hacking Washington
6. 2016-12-15 Obama vows action against Russia over election hacks Washington
7. 2016-12-09 Russia 'intervened to promote Trump' - US intelligence CIA
8. 2016-10-07 US accuses Russia of cyber attacks Washington

  Trump adviser George Papadopoulos lied about Russian links
Russians charged over US 2016 election tampering
Feb.16   FBI  
  Thirteen Russians have been charged with interfering in the US 2016 election, in a major development in the FBI investigation


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Oct.30   Washington  
  An election campaign adviser to Donald Trump has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about the timing of meetings with alleged go-betweens for Russia

Jul.11   Washington  
Jun.21   U.S. Senate  
Mar.21   Ukraine  


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Dec.29   Washington  
  The administration announced its retaliation for Russian efforts to interfere with the US presidential election, ordering sweeping new sanctions
Dec.15   Washington     Obama vows action against Russia over election hacks
  US President has vowed to take action against Russia for its alleged interference in the US presidential election campaign
Dec.9   CIA     Russia 'intervened to promote Trump' - US intelligence
  US intelligence agencies believe Russia acted covertly to boost Donald Trump in the election race, US officials have told leading newspapers
Oct.7   Washington   US accuses Russia of cyber attacks  US officials have formally accused Russia of cyber attacks against political organisations in order 'to interfere with the US election' Jun.14   USA     Russia 'hacked Democrats data on Trump' says US  Russian government hackers breached Democratic National Committee computers to obtain opposition research on Donald Trump, say officials

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Jul.4   Moscow     Putin wishes Obama happy July Fourth
  Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday he hoped for better ties with the United States in a July Fourth message to his U.S. counterpart Mar.6   Obama     Obama pushes Putin on Crimea talks   US President Barack Obama has urged President Vladimir Putin to seek a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Ukraine, in a lengthy telephone call


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