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    DPR: Forced Mobilization in Kiev-Controlled Areas of Donbass
    Aug08

    DPR: Forced Mobilization in Kiev-Controlled Areas of Donbass

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Young men in the Kiev-controlled areas of Donbass are being forced to join the Ukrainian armed forces, the deputy military chief of staff of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic said. …read more Source: Fars News...

    The Hilltop: A ‘Comic’ Zionist Lie
    Aug08

    The Hilltop: A ‘Comic’ Zionist Lie

    By Vacy Vlazna “To be honest, you know all Israelis are settlers, you know all of Israel is occupied Palestine and every single Israeli city is a settlement.” — Israeli dissident, Miko Peled The day after the savage firebomb murder by zionist settlers of Palestinian toddler Ali Dawabshe, 18 months, and while his young parents, Saad and Reham, and...

    Mali hotel siege ends, hostages freed – Mali defense ministry
    Aug08

    Mali hotel siege ends, hostages freed – Mali defense ministry

    Malian special forces backed by French soldiers ended the siege of a hotel in central Mali early on Saturday, freeing four hostages being held there by suspected Islamist militants, a defense ministry spokesman said. “It seems to be over and it has ended well,” said Colonel Diaran Koné. “We freed the four hostages. But...

    Separatist leader warns fighting in E. Ukraine could escalate
    Aug08

    Separatist leader warns fighting in E. Ukraine could escalate

    Alexandr Zakharchenko says Ukrainian army is unwilling to continue a diplomatic dialogue with separatists …read more Source: World...

    Gorbachev Calls for Nuclear Free World on Hiroshima Day
    Aug08

    Gorbachev Calls for Nuclear Free World on Hiroshima Day

    SPIEGEL: Mikhail Sergeyevich, during your inaugural speech as general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in March 1985, you warned of nuclear war and called for the “complete destruction of nuclear weapons and a permanent ban on them.” Did you mean that seriously? Gorbachev: The discussion about disarmament had...

    Ukraine buries unidentified soldiers
    Aug07

    Ukraine buries unidentified soldiers

    ZAPORIZHZHYA: Ukraine buried on Friday 57 soldiers still unidentified up to a year after being killed in the eastern separatist conflict, highlighting the difficulties the country faces moving on from one of its deadliest military defeats. Mournful chants drifted over the graves of the nameless soldiers, most of whom fell in the battle of...

    Tighter US sanctions over Ukraine ‘destroying relations’: Kremlin
    Aug07

    Tighter US sanctions over Ukraine ‘destroying relations’: Kremlin

    The United States is further damaging its relations with Moscow by adding a Russian offshore oil and gas field to its sanctions imposed over Ukraine, a Kremlin spokesman said Friday. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Philip Hammond: There may be an opportunity to normalize ties with Iran but we should not blind ourselves to the risks
    Aug07

    Philip Hammond: There may be an opportunity to normalize ties with Iran but we should not blind ourselves to the risks

    British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond attends a joint news conference with Cypriot Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides (not pictured) following their meeting in Nicosia, Cyprus, on July 17, 2015. (EPA/KATIA CHRISTODOULOU)London, Asharq Al-Awsat—Since becoming the United Kingdom’s Foreign Secretary on July 15, 2014, Philip Hammond has had...

    Ukraine buries unidentified soldiers months after eastern battle
    Aug07

    Ukraine buries unidentified soldiers months after eastern battle

    Ukraine buried Friday 57 soldiers still unidentified up to a year after being killed in the eastern separatist conflict, highlighting the difficulties the country faces moving on from one of its deadliest military defeats. …read more Source: The Daily...

    EU offers more help for farmers hurt by Russia sanctions
    Aug07

    EU offers more help for farmers hurt by Russia sanctions

    The EU Friday formally extended until next year a multi-million-euro aid package to help European fruit and vegetable growers hit by Russian sanctions over the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: The Daily...

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