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    Ukraine Says Truce Holding Despite Soldiers Death
    Sep09

    Ukraine Says Truce Holding Despite Soldiers Death

    Ukraine’s army said on Wednesday that a new nine-day truce with pro-Russian separatists was holdings despite small skirmishes that claimed the lives of two government soldiers this week. …read more Source: Al-Manar...

    Juncker warns Moscow that EU borders are ‘untouchable’
    Sep09

    Juncker warns Moscow that EU borders are ‘untouchable’

    European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker warns Moscow the security of EU member nations was sacrosanct, amid growing alarm in eastern states over the crisis in Ukraine …read more Source: The Daily...

    7% growth in tourist arrivals expected by year-end: Minister of Tourism
    Sep09

    7% growth in tourist arrivals expected by year-end: Minister of Tourism

    Minister of Tourism Khaled Ramy acknowledged the negative effect of July’s terrorist attacks on next winter’s reservations. The minister told Daily News Egypt that the current year will end with a growth of 7% in tourist numbers, compared to last year, during which 10 million tourists arrived to Egypt. However, he said Egyptian...

    Ukraine: truce holding despite soldier’s death
    Sep09

    Ukraine: truce holding despite soldier’s death

    ‘A relative calm on the front is holding,’ Ukrainian military spokesman says …read more Source: World...

    Aliyah is Up: 29,500 Immigrants Arrived in Israel in 5775
    Sep09

    Aliyah is Up: 29,500 Immigrants Arrived in Israel in 5775

    Immigration up 13% compared to last year, drawn primarily from France and Ukraine. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Juncker says EU to aid refugees, tighten border controls (Updated)
    Sep09

    Juncker says EU to aid refugees, tighten border controls (Updated)

    By Alastair Macdonald European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, urging Europeans to show humanity and dignity, said on Wednesday the EU executive would offer better protection for refugees but also improve its frontier defences and deport more illegal migrants. In his first State of the Union address to the European Parliament, Juncker...

    The Boy on the Beach: Obama’s Foreign Policy Failures Go Viral | The Wilderness
    Sep09

    The Boy on the Beach: Obama’s Foreign Policy Failures Go Viral | The Wilderness

    The Wilderness | Issue 58 | 9 . 7 . 2015 | Tweet Flash back to 2011, and far as presidencies are concerned, it feels like a millennium ago. Barack Obama was basking in the fullness of the Arab Spring, posing as the personal midwife to a New Birth of Freedom as he polished his Peace Prize in front of the world. Truly this was a man who could not...

    Ukraine-Russia debt dispute simmering amid strained ties
    Sep09

    Ukraine-Russia debt dispute simmering amid strained ties

    Moscow and Kiev are locked in a debt dispute amid rising tensions over the crisis in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Nearly 8,000 killed since start of Ukraine conflict: U.N.
    Sep09

    Nearly 8,000 killed since start of Ukraine conflict: U.N.

    Nearly 8,000 people – including civilians, soldiers and militia members – have been killed since the outbreak of the conflict in Ukraine, the United Nations human rights office (OHCHR) said Tuesday. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Nearly 8,000 killed since start of Ukraine conflict: UN
    Sep08

    Nearly 8,000 killed since start of Ukraine conflict: UN

    UNITED NATIONS: Nearly 8,000 people – including civilians, soldiers and militia members – have been killed since the outbreak of the conflict in Ukraine, the United Nations human rights office (OHCHR) said on Tuesday. “Since the conflict began in eastern Ukraine in mid-April 2014, a total of at least 7,962 people … have been...

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