US House of Representatives approves new sanctions against Russia    
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The House of Representatives has voted overwhelmingly to pass new sanctions against Russia, and require congressional approval before US President Donald Trump can ease or remove existing ones. The bill also includes sanctions against Iran and North Korea


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Senate sends new Russia sanctions bill to Trump’s desk www.rt.com
The US Senate has approved further sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea, and now the bipartisan bill goes to President Donald Trump’s desk, where it may be vetoed or signed into law. The vote was 98 to 2.


With New Sanctions, Senate Forces Trump’s Hand on Russia www.nytimes.com
The sanctions force President Trump to either take a hard line against Russia or appear soft on Moscow during investigations into election meddling.


Russia sanctions bill heads to Trump after Senate approval www.foxnews.com
The Senate voted decisively on Thursday to approve a new package of stiff financial sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea, sending the popular bill to President Donald Trump for his signature after weeks of intense negotiations.


Russia sanctions: Trump's hand forced by Senate vote - BBC News www.bbc.com
The bill imposes new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, despite White House objections.


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Senate sends Russia sanctions to Trump's desk www.cnn.com
The Senate on Thursday passed sweeping legislation slapping new sanctions on Russia and rebuking President Donald Trump in a bill that now will head to the President's desk.


Senate slaps new sanctions on Russia, putting Trump in corner www.reuters.com
The U.S. Senate voted almost unanimously on Thursday to slap new sanctions on Russia, putting President Donald Trump in a tough position by forcing him to take a hard line on Moscow or veto the legislation and infuriate his own Republican Party.