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    Carter should know the world is not a cowboy movie — RT Op-Edge
    Nov13

    Carter should know the world is not a cowboy movie — RT Op-Edge

    John Wight has written for newspapers and websites across the world, including the Independent, Morning Star, Huffington Post, Counterpunch, London Progressive Journal, and Foreign Policy Journal. He is also a regular commentator on RT and BBC Radio. He wrote a memoir of the five years he spent in Hollywood, where he worked in the movie industry...

    UNICEF warns of cold threat for E.Ukraine children
    Nov13

    UNICEF warns of cold threat for E.Ukraine children

    UN children’s agency pointed out that central heating systems and much of the electrical supply in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions, under pro-Russian separatist control, rely on water …read more Source: World...

    Cold threatens 700,000 children in eastern Ukraine: UNICEF
    Nov13

    Cold threatens 700,000 children in eastern Ukraine: UNICEF

    Temperatures in the region routinely plunge to minus 20 degrees Celsius and even as low as minus… …read more Source:...

    Three killed in clashes in rebel east Ukraine
    Nov13

    Three killed in clashes in rebel east Ukraine

    One Ukrainian soldier and two civilians were killed in eastern Ukraine, officials said Friday, as clashes between government forces and pro-Russian separatists intensified after two months of relative calm …read more Source: The Daily...

    Russia faced some dissent over Syria mission, lawyer and activist say
    Nov13

    Russia faced some dissent over Syria mission, lawyer and activist say

    By Maria Tsvetkova and Jason Bush In a rare act of insubordination, a small group of Russian soldiers filed a complaint with military prosecutors against plans to deploy them to Syria, a lawyer and a human rights activist who handled their case said. The dissent, in an air defence unit, was short-lived but points to growing strains on the...

    Ukraine calls Soviet deportation of Muslims ‘genocide’
    Nov13

    Ukraine calls Soviet deportation of Muslims ‘genocide’

    Parliament passes resolution recognising World War II-era deportation of Muslim minority from Crimea as ‘genocide’. …read more Source: AL...

    Ukraine moves closer to visa-free EU travel
    Nov13

    Ukraine moves closer to visa-free EU travel

    Ukrainian parliament finally passes EU-brokered bill that bans workplace discrimination against sexual minorities …read more Source: World...

    Pastor Saeed, Globally-Known Iranian Prisoner, Is Accused of Spousal Abuse — Five Ways We Can Respond | The Exchange
    Nov13

    Pastor Saeed, Globally-Known Iranian Prisoner, Is Accused of Spousal Abuse — Five Ways We Can Respond | The Exchange

    Naghmeh Abedini, the wife of Pastor Saeed, the globally-known prisoner of the Iranian regime, has shared with her supporters, and in a statement to Christianity Today, that she is ceasing her advocacy for his release. In addition, she has shared troubling details about Pastor Saeed and their relationship. We don’t know all the details, but...

    Russian envoy applauds Israel’s neutrality on Ukraine
    Nov13

    Russian envoy applauds Israel’s neutrality on Ukraine

    Shein said Russia’s support of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime in its fight against Islamic State was “aimed at ensuring” Russia’s national security interests. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Kiev intends to introduce free trade with EU despite Russian objections
    Nov12

    Kiev intends to introduce free trade with EU despite Russian objections

    Ukraine is about to sign a free trade deal with the European Union. …read more Source:...

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