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    MH17 lawyer tells Putin to ‘make amends’ over crash
    Jul12

    MH17 lawyer tells Putin to ‘make amends’ over crash

    Russian President Vladimir Putin must “make amends” for those killed on a Malaysia Airlines jet shot down over Ukraine, the The post MH17 lawyer tells Putin to ‘make amends’ over crash appeared first on HeraldLIVE. …read more Source: Herald...

    Second lease of life for abused circus bears in Ukraine
    Apr18

    Second lease of life for abused circus bears in Ukraine

    Dental treatment by the best vets, open-air accommodation and fresh fish instead of dubious leftovers and abuse – life has The post Second lease of life for abused circus bears in Ukraine appeared first on HeraldLIVE. …read more Source: Herald...

    IS suspected of airport attack
    Jun30

    IS suspected of airport attack

    SHATTERED REMAINS: A man looks at the damage caused by suicide bombers at Ataturk Airpor t’s international arrivals terminal in Istanbul. Pictures: AFP 41 killed in deadly Istanbul siege by suicide bombers Turkish investigators pored over video footage and witness statements yesterday after three suspected Islamic State (IS) suicide bombers...

    17 die in blaze at home for elderly
    May30

    17 die in blaze at home for elderly

    SEVENTEEN people died when a makeshift home for the elderly near the Ukrainian capital Kiev caught fire in the early hours of yesterday. The fire tore through the two-storey shelter in the village of Litochky, located about 50km north of Kiev. Ukraine’s state emergencies service said 35 people were at the home when the fire broke out....

    Hollande confirms EgyptAir flight ‘crashed’
    May19

    Hollande confirms EgyptAir flight ‘crashed’

    French President Francois Hollande confirmed Thursday that the EgyptAir flight that disappeared from radar screens over the Mediterranean had “crashed”. “We must ensure that we know everything on the causes of what happened. No hypothesis is ruled out or favoured,” he said in a televised address. Several scenarios could explain the mysterious...

    Hiroshima tour ‘gut-wrenching’
    Apr12

    Hiroshima tour ‘gut-wrenching’

    HAUNTING DISPLAY: John Kerry. Picture: AFP G7 commit to world without nuclear arms US SECRETARY of state John Kerry has called his visit to a memorial to victims of the 1945 US nuclear attack on Hiroshima “gut-wrenching”, and said everyone, including US President Barack Obama, should come. The first US secretary of state to visit Hiroshima, Kerry...

    Holocaust survivors destitute
    Jan28

    Holocaust survivors destitute

    MEMORIAL DAY: Holocaust survivors Miroslaw Celka and Janina Reklajtis attend a ceremony in former Nazi German concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oswiecim, Poland, yesterday Picture: REUTERS Tens of thousands spending final years homeless, hungry and cold ISAAC walks a shuffling path through the rotting newspapers and piled-up rubbish bags...

    Flight passengers go eyeball to eyeball with fighter jet pilot
    Oct15

    Flight passengers go eyeball to eyeball with fighter jet pilot

    PASSENGERS aboard a Birmingham-bound flight were left terrified after it was intercepted by a fighter jet in a dramatic mid-air alert. The plane drew so close to the Monarch Airlines aircraft that passengers could see the pilot’s face. It happened on Monday when Flight ZB983, from Madeira, lost contact with air traffic controllers in French...

    Families brace for missile attack report
    Oct12

    Families brace for missile attack report

    INTERNATIONAL investigators will release their final report into the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over war-torn Ukraine tomorrow. But the burning question of who was to blame will remain unresolved. All 298 people on board – most of them Dutch, including the 15 crew members – died when the flight between Amsterdam and Kuala...

    Ukraine vows to withstand rebel advance
    Aug12

    Ukraine vows to withstand rebel advance

    UKRAINE vowed yesterday to use all weapons at its disposal to withstand an alleged new pro-Russian rebel advance that added urgency to a goodwill visit by Britain’s defence secretary. Kiev accused the eastern separatist fighters of launching another missile assault north of Mariupol – a government-held port that provides a land bridge...

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