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    Ukraine struggles to steer off fresh energy crisis
    Sep16

    Ukraine struggles to steer off fresh energy crisis

    Concerns are rising that Ukraine might see another energy crisis this winter. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian pilot’s murder trial to start on Sept.22
    Sep15

    Ukrainian pilot’s murder trial to start on Sept.22

    MOSCOW: A Russian court on Tuesday said a Ukrainian female helicopter pilot will go on trial next week over the murder of two Russian journalists, and ruled that she must stay behind bars meanwhile. Nadiya Savchenko, who is feted for her heroism in Ukraine, faces up to 25 years in prison for her alleged role in pre-meditated, hate-motivated...

    Russia extends Ukrainian pilot’s detention
    Sep15

    Russia extends Ukrainian pilot’s detention

    Detention of Ukrainian MP Savchenko is to be extended by six months …read more Source: World...

    The Next Genocide – The New York Times
    Sep15

    The Next Genocide – The New York Times

    New Haven — BEFORE he fired the shot, the Einsatzgruppe commander lifted the Jewish child in the air and said, “You must die so that we can live.” As the killing proceeded, other Germans rationalized the murder of Jewish children in the same way: them or us. Today we think of the Nazi Final Solution as some dark apex of high technology. It was in...

    Holding the line in eastern Ukraine
    Sep15

    Holding the line in eastern Ukraine

    All is not quiet on front lines of eastern Ukraine, where soldiers man posts, respond to fire and await promised peace. …read more Source: AL...

    Russia: Tatar activist jailed for stance on Crimea
    Sep15

    Russia: Tatar activist jailed for stance on Crimea

    An activist receives prison time for condemning Russian actions against neighboring Ukraine …read more Source: World...

    $30mn penalty for Ukraine traders who used stolen data
    Sep15

    $30mn penalty for Ukraine traders who used stolen data

    A Ukrainian company and its chief executive will pay $30 million to stole market moving information and then sold it to investors …read more Source: World...

    Russian sleight of hand boosts embattled Syrian regime
    Sep15

    Russian sleight of hand boosts embattled Syrian regime

    Analysis: With the Syrian regime losing ground, and growing unrest among its supporters, Assad has received an invaluable morale boost as Russia ups the ante with the West over Syria. Russia has ramped up its belligerent rhetoric with the West over its role in the Syrian war. In a classic act of provocation that would be familiar with the US,...

    EU extends Ukraine sanctions by six months
    Sep14

    EU extends Ukraine sanctions by six months

    BRUSSELS: EU member states formally approved on Monday a six-month extension of sanctions against Ukrainian and Russian figures accused of backing pro-Moscow rebels fighting to break away from Kiev. “The assessment of the situation did not justify a change in the regime of sanctions nor in the list of persons and entities under restrictive...

    A FEMEN Activist Explains Why She Flashed Her Tits at a Muslim Conference
    Sep14

    A FEMEN Activist Explains Why She Flashed Her Tits at a Muslim Conference

    What is the best way of fighting the inherent misogyny of religion? Activists from the pan-European feminist group FEMEN have been getting topless and angry at a range of (mostly Muslim) events for a few years now, with mixed results. The latest one happened on Saturday night in Pontoise, close to Paris, at a two-day conference called Salon...

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