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    Don’t Look Now, But Russia’s Got Ukraine Surrounded
    Aug31

    Don’t Look Now, But Russia’s Got Ukraine Surrounded

    Moscow has been quietly laying the groundwork to keep its neighbor destabilized for years to come. …read more Source: Foreign...

    Relatives of MH17 Victims Seek EU Help in Getting Radar Data
    Aug31

    Relatives of MH17 Victims Seek EU Help in Getting Radar Data

    Frustrated relatives of those killed when Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot out of the sky over eastern Ukraine are appealing to the EU’s top diplomat to put pressure on Russia, Ukraine and the United States to hand over intelligence and radar data to investigators. An international team of investigators is seeking to file criminal...

    The USA isn’t yet Ready to Settle Relations with Russia: U.S. Department of State
    Aug31

    The USA isn’t yet Ready to Settle Relations with Russia: U.S. Department of State

    The USA isn’t yet ready to settle its relations with Russia. John Kirby, Spokesperson for the United States Department of State, told about this, “Ukrinform” reports. “Our views haven’t changed. It’s not yet time to return to ordinary relations with Russia due to wider framework of the issues, on account of our concerns on...

    Mob attacks Roma community in Ukraine after man arrested in connection with rape, murder of girl
    Aug31

    Mob attacks Roma community in Ukraine after man arrested in connection with rape, murder of girl

    MOSCOW — Several dozen people in a Roma community in southern Ukraine were forced to flee their homes after a mob tore through their neighborhood over the weekend, breaking windows, tearing down fences and even setting a house on fire while the heavily outnumbered police stood by and watched. The violence in the small town, Loshchynivka, was...

    Mob attacks Roma community in Ukraine after man arrested in connection with rape, murder of girl
    Aug31

    Mob attacks Roma community in Ukraine after man arrested in connection with rape, murder of girl

    Residents said tensions between non-Roma and Roma, already high, boiled over after the girl’s body was found. After her death, hundreds demanded the Roma be expelled …read more Source: Vancouver...

    Burger King’s menu tribute to scrotum-nailing artist
    Aug31

    Burger King’s menu tribute to scrotum-nailing artist

    A fast-food chain is launching a range of burgers in honor of Russian performance artist Petr Pavlensky, best known for nailing his scrotum to the cobbles of Red Square. To celebrate six years of its branch in St. Petersburg, Pavlensky’s home city, Burger King is releasing a series of limited edition burgers, each “in tribute” to the...

    6000 new immigrants in Israel this summer
    Aug31

    6000 new immigrants in Israel this summer

    6,000 new immigrants arrived in Israel this summer, with more than 150 Naaleh students and 30 olim to arrive tomorrow from Ukraine. …read more Source: Arutz...

    This week’s magazine | Syria’s world war
    Aug31

    This week’s magazine | Syria’s world war

    A first look at this week’s issue. Syria’s world war 2 – 8 September Cover story: Syria’s world war. John Jenkins on how the West allowed Russia and Iran to take control. John Simpson: Putin’s bold gambit in Syria has fooled us all into thinking that Russia is a superpower again. Politics: George Eaton on why Theresa...

    OSCE Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Potsdam to address the Karabakh issue
    Aug31

    OSCE Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Potsdam to address the Karabakh issue

    The informal meeting of OSCE Foreign Ministers in Potsdam tomorrow will discuss the Karabakh issue, OSCE Chairman-in-Office, German Foreign Minister Frank Walter- Steinmeier has said in a statement issued ahead of the meeting. “In the crisis-ridden world of today, the OSCE is perhaps more important than ever – in crisis management in eastern...

    Relatives of MH17 victims seek EU help in getting radar data
    Aug31

    Relatives of MH17 victims seek EU help in getting radar data

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) – Frustrated relatives of those killed when Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot out of the sky over eastern Ukraine are appealing to the EU’s top diplomat to put pressure on Russia, Ukraine and the United States to hand over intelligence and radar data to investigators. … …read more Source: The...