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    Video: Noam Chomsky on the war against ISIS
    Jan24

    Video: Noam Chomsky on the war against ISIS

    (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); In this episode of UpFront, Mehdi Hasan speaks to the renowned American academic Noam Chomsky about his public spat with the Turkish president, the war against ISIL and Russia’s annexation of Crimea.We also look at the ramifications of the Saudi Arabia-Iran feud, and debate the state of...

    Kerry hints at lifting of sanctions on Russia
    Jan22

    Kerry hints at lifting of sanctions on Russia

    Top US diplomat John Kerry has stated that the Minsk peace plan could be fulfilled in the coming months, allowing sanctions on Moscow to be lifted. The Russian economy has been shaken by the embargo and low oil prices. …read more Source:...

    Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger, warns Tottenham and Chelsea over Wembley ‘nightmare’
    Jan22

    Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger, warns Tottenham and Chelsea over Wembley ‘nightmare’

    Friday, January 22, 2016 – Arsenal manger Arsene Wenger has warned Chelsea and Tottenham over the risk of moving their home games to Wembley as they seek to redevelop Stamford Bridge and White Hart Lane.The Gunners played their Champions League home games at the old Wembley before moving to the Emirates Stadium and the Frenchman says it was...

    Moscow rages at ex-spy murder report
    Jan22

    Moscow rages at ex-spy murder report

    President Vladimir Putin appears set to escape sanctions despite being blamed over the murder of Alexander Litvinenko. ||| Moscow – The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, appears set to escape sanctions despite being personally blamed over the murder of Alexander Litvinenko, with the British Government being accused of a weak response to...

    Donbass refugees leave Russia for home
    Jan21

    Donbass refugees leave Russia for home

    Increasingly, Donbass refugees are returning home from Russia, but wherever they now go in Ukraine, they face problems. …read more Source:...

    Putin ‘probably approved ex-spy murder’
    Jan21

    Putin ‘probably approved ex-spy murder’

    President Vladimir Putin probably approved an intelligence operation to murder ex-KBG agent Litvinenko, a UK inquiry concluded. ||| London – President Vladimir Putin probably approved a Russian intelligence operation to murder ex-KBG agent Alexander Litvinenko with radioactive polonium-210, a British inquiry into the 2006 killing in London...

    British inquiry to report on ex-spy’s radiation murder
    Jan21

    British inquiry to report on ex-spy’s radiation murder

    Former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko/AFPLondon, Jan 21 – A British judge could point the finger at Russia on Thursday for the radiation poisoning of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko in London as an inquiry into his agonising death publishes its conclusions. The Guardian newspaper reported the inquiry could “find the Russian state liable...

    News24.com | Kiev, Warsaw clash over Ukrainians in Poland
    Jan20

    News24.com | Kiev, Warsaw clash over Ukrainians in Poland

    Kiev and Warsaw have disagreed on whether the one million Ukrainians living in Poland are refugees or economic migrants, as Europe tackles an unprecedented immigration crisis. …read more Source:...

    Russia uses the refugee crisis for propaganda
    Jan19

    Russia uses the refugee crisis for propaganda

    Russian television is reporting that a young girl of Russian-German descent was raped by immigrants in Berlin. The police have denied the claim. The story is reminiscent of propaganda used during the Ukraine conflict. …read more Source:...

    News24.com | 300 Ukraine towns without power in winter freeze
    Jan19

    News24.com | 300 Ukraine towns without power in winter freeze

    Almost 300 Ukrainian towns have been left without power while snowdrifts and blizzards trapped hundreds of vehicles and dozens of ambulances across the former Soviet state. …read more Source:...

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