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    Ukraine victim’s father sets off courtroom grenades
    Dec01

    Ukraine victim’s father sets off courtroom grenades

    The blasts kill the man himself and one of the defendants accused of murdering his son, reports say. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Man detonates grenades in trial of murdered son; 2 dead, 9 injured
    Dec01

    Ukraine: Man detonates grenades in trial of murdered son; 2 dead, 9 injured

    Several men were accused of murdering the man’s son and one other man in 2016. One of the defendants died in the blast and several others were injured. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Six ‘Signature Solutions’ – New Development Plan for a New Era
    Dec01

    Six ‘Signature Solutions’ – New Development Plan for a New Era

    The UN flag. Credit: Sriyantha Walpola/IPSBy Baher KamalROME, Nov 30 2017 (IPS)While the top priority of any development strategy is still the same – to leave no one behind – the new challenges that have emerged show the need to adapt the actions necessary to face them.This appears to be the key rationale behind the new 21 century development...

    Chinese vice premier to visit Ukraine, Greece, Italy
    Nov30

    Chinese vice premier to visit Ukraine, Greece, Italy

    Chinese Vice Premier Ma Kai will visit Ukraine, Greece and Italy from December 4 to 13, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson announced Thursday. …read more Source:...

    An eye-opening look at sexual consent ages around Europe! (MAP)
    Nov30

    An eye-opening look at sexual consent ages around Europe! (MAP)

    The age of consent, while it has no concrete legal definition, is widely understood to mean the lowest age at which a person is legally competent to give consent to sexual activity with another person. However, the exact definition varies from country to country, and there are other factors that can may make an otherwise illegal sexual act...

    Trump’s Russian schizophrenia
    Nov30

    Trump’s Russian schizophrenia

    Subscribe to The Global POLITICO on Apple Podcasts here. | Subscribe via Stitcher here. The United States should send arms to Ukraine to help in its “self-defense” against Russian aggression. It should hold Russia accountable for its illegal “occupation” of territory there, and push for international peacekeepers. Russian President Vladimir Putin...

    Rex Tillerson: state department can be cut as we will soon solve global conflicts
    Nov30

    Rex Tillerson: state department can be cut as we will soon solve global conflicts

    The secretary of state defended the Trump administration’s plan to slash US diplomacy by 31% despite North Korean missile test and Afghanistan escalationRex Tillerson said on Tuesday that the Trump administration’s proposal to slash the state department and foreign aid budget is in part based on an expectation it will be able to...

    Security lapses at aid agency leave beneficiary data at risk
    Nov30

    Security lapses at aid agency leave beneficiary data at risk

    Aid agencies have put some projects on hold while reviewing the security of a popular online system for handling aid distributions, IRIN has learnt. Sensitive personal and financial data on tens of thousands of people in humanitarian aid projects is at risk from hackers, according to a damning security analysis by a financial technology startup....

    How I trolled Putin and lived to tell the tale
    Nov30

    How I trolled Putin and lived to tell the tale

    NEW YORK — An avalanche of sleekly produced, glitzy talk-shows took over prime time television in Russia in the aftermath of Vladimir Putin’s military adventure in Ukraine in 2014. He needed to sell the war to his electorate, and the Kremlin kicked its vast apparatus of state-controlled print and broadcast media into overdrive. The shows...

    How I trolled Putin and lived to tell the tale
    Nov30

    How I trolled Putin and lived to tell the tale

    NEW YORK — An avalanche of sleekly produced, glitzy talk-shows took over prime time television in Russia in the aftermath of Vladimir Putin’s military adventure in Ukraine in 2014. He needed to sell the war to his electorate, and the Kremlin kicked its vast apparatus of state-controlled print and broadcast media into overdrive. The shows...

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