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    American Journalist Paul Khlebnikov’s Murder Suspect Detained in Kiev
    Nov21

    American Journalist Paul Khlebnikov’s Murder Suspect Detained in Kiev

    A man who is accused of involvement in the murder of the Russian Forbes’ version editor-in-chief has been detained in Kiev, the Russian Interior Ministry said Monday. “Magomed Dukuzov, born in 1978, had been put on the international wanted list at the request of Russian law enforcement agencies. On November 17, he was detained in Kiev. He...

    American Journalist Paul Khlebnikov’s Murder Suspect Detained in Kiev
    Nov21

    American Journalist Paul Khlebnikov’s Murder Suspect Detained in Kiev

    A man who is accused of involvement in the murder of the Russian Forbes’ version editor-in-chief has been detained in Kiev, the Russian Interior Ministry said Monday. “Magomed Dukuzov, born in 1978, had been put on the international wanted list at the request of Russian law enforcement agencies. On November 17, he was detained in Kiev. He...

    Breaking: Raila Bombshell Statement On Police Brutality During His Homecoming, Killing of 8 NASA Supporters and Much More.
    Nov18

    Breaking: Raila Bombshell Statement On Police Brutality During His Homecoming, Killing of 8 NASA Supporters and Much More.

    PERSONAL STATEMENT BY RT. HON RAILA ODINGA ON POLICE VIOLENCE: NOVEMBER 18, 2017. My fellow Kenyans, I stand before you today with a heart filled with pain. Hundreds of thousands of you yesterday braved the desperate acts of lawless repression and blockading of your settlements and roads to come greet and escort me from the airport. But your...

    Wanted Russian arrested over Forbes editor’s murder
    Nov18

    Wanted Russian arrested over Forbes editor’s murder

    Ukraine’s security agency said Saturday it has arrested a Russian man wanted by Interpol over the 2004 murder of American journalist Paul Khlebnikov. The suspect, originally from Chechnya, was arrested in Kiev. “According to Interpol, the foreigner participated in a series of sponsored murders, in particular that of Forbes’...

    UNGA Resolution Accusing Moscow is Kiev’s Attempt to Push Own Agenda – Analyst
    Nov17

    UNGA Resolution Accusing Moscow is Kiev’s Attempt to Push Own Agenda – Analyst

    Sputnik: What is behind the latest Ukrainian efforts in terms of their political agenda? What is Kiev trying to put forward with this one? Xavier Moreau: You know, in my opinion, there is no importance of this resolution because as we know only the Security Council of the United Nations can have an influence on what happens not only in Ukraine,...

    Victoria’s Secret gala hits snag in China as model pulls out
    Nov17

    Victoria’s Secret gala hits snag in China as model pulls out

    Top US fashion model Gigi Hadid on Friday pulled out of the annual Victoria’s Secret fashion show in Shanghai after an online video showing her apparently making a slant-eyes face sparked criticism in China. The announcement is the second apparent snag to hit the US lingerie maker’s A-list underwear extravaganza set for Monday,...

    News24.com | Putin speaks to Ukraine’s separatist leaders
    Nov16

    News24.com | Putin speaks to Ukraine’s separatist leaders

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has spoken to eastern Ukraine’s rebel leaders to discuss a prisoner swap, a report says. …read more Source:...

    eNCA | In a first, Putin speaks with Ukraine’s separatist leaders
    Nov16

    eNCA | In a first, Putin speaks with Ukraine’s separatist leaders

    Ukraine accuses Russia of fueling the conflict in Ukraine’s east and supporting the separatists with weapons and troops. …read more Source:...

    Putin Speaks Directly To Separatist Leaders, Presses Prisoner Swap
    Nov16

    Putin Speaks Directly To Separatist Leaders, Presses Prisoner Swap

    MOSCOW-Russian President Vladimir Putin has told leaders of Moscow-backed separatists in Ukraine’s eastern regions of Luhansk and Donetsk that he favors a plan for a prisoner swap with Kyiv, in a rare acknowledgement of direct contact with the separatist forces., Russian state-run news agency TASS on November 15 quoted Kremlin spokesman...

    UN General Assembly Adopts Resolution Condemning Crimea Human Rights Violations
    Nov15

    UN General Assembly Adopts Resolution Condemning Crimea Human Rights Violations

    UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) — The resolution was approved by 71 member states, including Canada, the United States and the EU. Twenty-five countries, including Russia, China, Iran, India and Syria, voted against the measure, while 77 delegations, mainly from Latin America and Africa, abstained from the vote. “[The resolution] condemns violations,...

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