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    War in Space May Be Closer Than Ever
    Aug11

    War in Space May Be Closer Than Ever

    The world’s most worrisome military flashpoint is arguably not in the Strait of Taiwan, the Korean Peninsula, Iran, Israel, Kashmir or Ukraine. In fact, it cannot be located on any map of Earth, even though it is very easy to find. To see it, just look up into a clear sky, to the no-man’s-land of Earth orbit, where a conflict is...

    Ukraine claims repelled tank assault by pro-Russians
    Aug11

    Ukraine claims repelled tank assault by pro-Russians

    The Ukrainian government says its forces have repelled a recent tank assault by pro-Russia fighters in troubled eastern Ukraine. According to the reports, Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko said on Monday that about “200 insurgents used tanks to storm” Novolaspa village in Donetsk region in a pre-dawn raid. The village is...

    Ukraine reports heaviest shelling by rebels
    Aug10

    Ukraine reports heaviest shelling by rebels

    KIEV: Ukraine accused pro-Russian rebels on Monday of carrying out the heaviest artillery attacks on government positions in six months and warned of signs the conflict was escalating despite a ceasefire deal. The military said 400 rebel fighters supported by tanks had attacked government forces around the village of Starohnativka, 50 kilometres...

    In Liberal Europe, Abortion Laws Come With Their Own Restrictions
    Aug10

    In Liberal Europe, Abortion Laws Come With Their Own Restrictions

    Global While some U.S. policymakers are motivated by morality, other nations see babies as a common good. We noticed that you have an AD BLOCKER ENABLED Please consider disabling it for our site, or supporting our work in one of these ways Subscribe Now > A protester opposed to abortion demonstrates outside the Marie Stopes clinic in Belfast,...

    Russia buries tonnes of banned food imports in Crimea
    Aug10

    Russia buries tonnes of banned food imports in Crimea

    Four tonnes of imports from Ukraine destroyed despite calls to distribute the food to the poor. …read more Source: AL...

    Ukraine claims repelled tank assault by pro-Russians
    Aug10

    Ukraine claims repelled tank assault by pro-Russians

    Ukraine’s government says its forces have repelled a recent tank assault by pro-Russia fighters in troubled eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    EU denounces arson attack on observers’ vehicles in Ukraine
    Aug10

    EU denounces arson attack on observers’ vehicles in Ukraine

    The EU denounces an arson attack on armored vehicles belonging to OSCE observers monitoring a fragile cease-fire in rebel-held eastern Ukraine and urged warring sides to fully respect the truce …read more Source: The Daily...

    Iran’s Delegation to Visit Crimea for Oil Talks: Report
    Aug10

    Iran’s Delegation to Visit Crimea for Oil Talks: Report

    TEHRAN (Tasnim) – An Iranian delegation plans to visit the Eastern European Peninsula of Crimea to discuss cooperation in the supply of oil products, Russian media quoted Crimean Fuel and Energy Minister as saying. …read more Source: Tasnim News...

    Ukraine hopes for new gas talks with Russia, EU at end-Aug
    Aug10

    Ukraine hopes for new gas talks with Russia, EU at end-Aug

    Ukraine hopes to hold a new round of talks with the European Commission and Russia about natural gas supplies at the end of August in Vienna, Energy Minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn says …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ukraine rebels launch ‘heaviest attacks in six months’
    Aug10

    Ukraine rebels launch ‘heaviest attacks in six months’

    Military accuses separatists of launching heavy artillery attacks between Donetsk and Mariupol, despite ceasefire. …read more Source: AL...

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