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University College London (UCL), Kemi Adeosun."The passage of the new law on sanctions shows with all obviousness that relations with Russia have become hostage to the domestic political battle within the US." the Foreign Ministry said in a statement announcing the moves "The latest events show that in well-known circles in the United States Russophobia and a course toward open confrontation with our country have taken hold"Late Thursday the Senate voted 98-2 for a bill passed earlier by the House that strengthens existing sanctions on Russia and gives Congress the power to block President Donald Trump from lifting them The White House has given mixed messages about whether Trump will sign the legislation at a time when his presidential campaign is under investigation over possible collusion with MoscowRussia had originally threatened the ouster of diplomats and seizure of property in December after the US ordered 35 Russian envoys out of the US and seized two embassy compounds outside New York and Washington in protest of alleged Russian meddling in the election But President Vladimir Putin at the time delayed the retaliatory steps in what officials said was an olive branch to the incoming Trump administrationBut the Kremlin’s hopes for better relations under Trump haven’t materialized as the probes of alleged Russian meddling in the US vote have widened in recent months The first face-to-face meeting between Trump and Putin in Hamburg Germany earlier this month failed to yield a breakthroughSpokesman Dmitry Peskov said Putin didn’t wait for Trump’s reaction to the sanctions bill because "the form in which it emerged from the Senate had greater significance" In effect he said it’s "almost final"It wasn’t immediately clear how many US personnel would have to leave under the new order The Foreign Ministry said that the US had until Sept 1 to bring the total number of diplomatic and technical personnel in Russia to 455 the same number as it said Russia has in the US The ministry also ousted the US from a recreation retreat and warehouse in Moscow Russia said it reserved the right to take further measures if the US retaliatesThe US bill which also imposes new sanctions on Iran and North Korea had been delayed while lawmakers resolved procedural issues and revised language that energy companies said would prevent many overseas deals The Russia sanctions in HR 3364 are an unusual signal of disapproval of Trump from congressional Republicans Lawmakers say they want to prevent the president from acting on his own to lift penalties imposed by the previous administration for meddling in last year’s US election and for aggression in Ukraine House and Senate committees and the FBI are examining possible ties between the Trump campaign and RussiaThe legislation puts Trump in a difficult position Signing the measure would dilute his power But rejecting it could lead to an embarrassing veto override as the bill cleared both chambers by wide margins and lead to criticism that he’s seeking to protect RussiaAn official in the White House wouldn’t say whether Trump would sign it saying only that they are reviewing the bill and that the administration supports sanctions against the three countries"It’s caused me a lot of consternation and anxiety There’s still a stigma attached to mental illness" even though the issue has been much-discussed for soldiers coming back from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars Kelsh said Wednesday"I don’t know what the impact is yet . on the potential of getting another job in the salary range I need to meet my obligations and make a living" he said "I’m sure this is something that will pop up if somebody Googles my name now"Kelsh’s Grand Forks attorney Margaret Morley said she was shocked by the commission’s open discussion of her client’s PTSD during a hearing Tuesday"I was very upset and sick to my stomach" Morley said "But it’s not a courtroom hearing I can’t object I can’t ask for something to be stricken from the record In a proceeding like that my role as an attorney is not the same" as in a court of law "I felt as if my hands were tied . My heart just sank for my client"Morley said she had worked closely with Assistant City Attorney Nancy Morris to get Kelsh’s private information redacted from documents requested in an open records request"I was disappointed I fought very hard for my client to be sure these things were redacted You’re in the room and you heard it (the PTSD diagnosis) as clear as day" Morley saidThe medical information should have remained confidential she said "If I go in to the doctor for a sore throat that’s nobody’s business but my own"She said she could not comment on whether any legal action might be taken over the release of Kelsh’s medical information She also wouldn’t say whether she and her client have decided to appeal the Civil Service Commission’s ruling to the City CommissionMorris could not be reached for comment WednesdayKelsh was terminated from his employment with the city Feb 2 after several months of working a temporary job and about six weeks of applying for other city jobsHe had gone to the Civil Service Commission hoping to get the termination reversed But the commission voted 5-0 to uphold the city’s action because it was not done for political or other improper reasons Kelsh began working as a Fargo firefighter in August 2009 In his written appeal to the commissionhe said the job took a toll on him He said that was particularly true of several incidents he responded to in August 2015 which he said included traumatic situations involving attempted suicides and a drug overdoseKelsh said his health issues were exacerbated in September 2015 when supervisors after years of good evaluations said he needed remedial training as a firefighter emergency medical technician and a driver Kelsh said he sought help for the medical issues that manifested themselves after that meeting He was then placed in a temporary office jobKelsh said he sought the Civil Service Commission hearing hoping to get relief and "it’s kind of going the wrong way""And frankly it’s illegal" for the commission to have discussed his diagnosis openly Kelsh said He said he’s tried to avoid reading comments online "because some of them are negative"But other people have reached out and offered support he saidMorley said closing comments in the hearing made by Civil Service Commission Chairwoman Jane Pettinger are important to remember"She called him a hero That’s big And Mr Kelsh is a hero" Morley said "Anyone who puts those boots on and goes in and does the work he did is a hero And the fact that he does have a long and glowing record of service . to not only the city of Fargo but the state of North Dakota" Speaking during the signing ceremony at Government House, The Governor said the State Health Insurance Agency is part of the government’s commitment to Human Capital Development noting that it has quality healthcare service and functional education as its main components. “When some 110 Dapchi school girls were similarly abducted, The minister in the statement.
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