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Section: Middle East

    Washington accuses Russia of ‘outright lies’ on Ukraine
    Jun12

    Washington accuses Russia of ‘outright lies’ on Ukraine

    Washington’s UN envoy accused Russia on June 11 of spinning “outright lies” on Ukraine designed to hide the Kremlin’s direct involvement in a war it launched to thwart Kiev’s pro-Western drive. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Only Iran can break ISIS by invading Iraq and Syria
    Jun12

    Only Iran can break ISIS by invading Iraq and Syria

    Source: Pravda.Ru photo archive The Middle East continues to remain one of the most troubled regions in the world. Hotbeds of tensions continue to grow along with the number of new conflicts. Pravda.Ru discussed the current state of affairs in the Middle East with Russian MP, Director of the Center for the Study of the Middle East and Central...

    Social Security Numbers Of Every Federal Employee Stolen In Data Breach, Union Says
    Jun12

    Social Security Numbers Of Every Federal Employee Stolen In Data Breach, Union Says

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk (second from left) speaks during a meeting on Capitol Hill on June 10, 2015. Yatsenyuk met with Republican lawmakers while visiting Washington. U.S. Capitol Police gather after a suspicious package was found forcing a partial evacuation of the Dirksen Senate Office Building and of a hearing of the Senate...

    Putin, once critical of Stalin, now embraces Soviet dictator’s tactics
    Jun12

    Putin, once critical of Stalin, now embraces Soviet dictator’s tactics

    Only six years ago, President Vladimir Putin visited the Polish port of Gdansk, birthplace of the Solidarity movement that threw off Soviet domination, and reassured his Eastern European neighbors that Russia had only friendly intentions. Putin spoke harshly that day of the notorious World War II-era pact that former Soviet leader Josef Stalin...

    Fresh clashes claims 7 lives in eastern Ukraine
    Jun12

    Fresh clashes claims 7 lives in eastern Ukraine

    At least seven people, including two children, have lost their lives in the violence in eastern Ukraine since Wednesday evening. Officials from the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic say three women and two kids were killed after shells hit a residential bloc in the city of Gorlovka. Four children were injured in shelling of other...

    Ukraine: Fuel tanks still burning in oil facility
    Jun12

    Ukraine: Fuel tanks still burning in oil facility

    Five people were killed and another 14 were injured after fire broke out at storage facility near Kiev Monday night …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Soldier, civilian deaths strain Ukraine truce
    Jun11

    Soldier, civilian deaths strain Ukraine truce

    KIEV: Three civilians and two Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in eastern Ukraine, renewing pressure on Thursday on a four-month truce in the separatist conflict, and international monitors said violence could surge at any moment. The two Ukrainian soldiers were killed and 13 others wounded by separatists using heavy weapons in violation of a...

    The Global Struggle to Respond to the Worst Refugee Crisis in Generations
    Jun11

    The Global Struggle to Respond to the Worst Refugee Crisis in Generations

    Refugees and Displaced 38 million displaced inside their countries 30 million 16.7 million refugees* in foreign countries The New York Times|Source: Internal Displacement Monitoring Center. *Most recent refugee data for 2013. Syria and Iraq Kurdish women and children from Syria at a Turkish military checkpoint near Kobani, a Syrian town badly...

    US installed Bolshevik regime in Ukraine: Analyst
    Jun11

    US installed Bolshevik regime in Ukraine: Analyst

    An analyst says that the US has installed an Bolshevik regime in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    War in Ukraine
    Jun11

    War in Ukraine

    War in Ukraine …read more Source: PressTV

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