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    Ukraine’s ex-PM to sue Russia in European rights court

    Kiev: Former Ukrainian prime minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said Monday he would sue Russia in the European Court of Human Rights over allegations that he fought Kremlin forces in Chechnya. His spokeswoman Olga Lappo wrote on Facebook that Yatsenyuk intended to prove “the entire absurdity of Russia’s justice system”. Yatsenyuk headed the Kiev...

    No Written Proposals Sent to Russia on UN Donbass Mission – Lavrov
    Sep24

    No Written Proposals Sent to Russia on UN Donbass Mission – Lavrov

    VLADIVOSTOK (Sputnik) — Russia has not received any concrete written proposals from any country regarding deployment of UN peacekeeping mission in Donbass, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Sunday. “We have made a proposal [on deployment of UN peacekeepers in Donbas] and provided reasoning for it in all ways possible, including through...

    Guardiola: Manager urges City to maintain goal blitz

    Pep Guardiola challenged his Manchester City stars to keep firing on all cylinders as they look to maintain their position on top of the Premier League. Pep Guardiola challenged his Manchester City stars to keep firing on all cylinders as they look to maintain their position on top of the Premier League.Guardiola’s side moved ahead of...

    [Ticker] EU to hail ‘aspirations’ of former Soviet states
    Sep24

    [Ticker] EU to hail ‘aspirations’ of former Soviet states

    EU states are preparing to say they “acknowledge the European aspirations and European choice” of Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine in a statement at the so called Eastern Partnership summit in Brussels in November, according to a draft seen by RFE/RFL. They will “reaffirm the sovereign right” of former Soviet states to align...

    Ukrainian Language Bill Facing Barrage Of Criticism From Minorities, Foreign Capitals
    Sep24

    Ukrainian Language Bill Facing Barrage Of Criticism From Minorities, Foreign Capitals

    A bill that would make Ukrainian the mandatory language in schoolrooms is facing a wave of protest from minorities at home and capitals abroad. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Prince Harry praises athletes for service as he helps kick off Invictus Games
    Sep24

    Prince Harry praises athletes for service as he helps kick off Invictus Games

    TORONTO — The Invictus Games got off to a rollicking start Saturday as scores of war-wounded athletes marched, limped or wheeled their way to thumping martial music, dazzling lights and supportive cheers into a downtown Toronto arena, where they heard Prince Harry praise them for the courage that had brought them to the event he co-founded. The...

    Conflict leaves blind in rebel-held Ukraine stuck in dark (AFP)
    Sep24

    Conflict leaves blind in rebel-held Ukraine stuck in dark (AFP)

    Donetsk (Ukraine) (AFP) – Partially sighted Georgiy Lukyanov makes his way through the ageing lathes in the factory where he works in rebel-held eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: The West...

    Can Trump Achieve His Energy Goals?
    Sep24

    Can Trump Achieve His Energy Goals?

    Tim Boersma, Henry Bartelet Global Governance, Americas An energy dominant America and an EU yearning for an Energy Union can find each other, but that will require less ideology and more pragmatism. President Donald Trump announced his energy strategy for the United States on June 30, breaking from previous administrations’ calls for...

    Snatchers target scribe in Mayur Vihar
    Sep24

    Snatchers target scribe in Mayur Vihar

    A recent spate of snatching incidents in the Capital have left Delhiites worried. After Ukrainian Ambassador to India, Dr Igor Polikha’s phone was snatched on Wednesday while taking a selfie near Red Fort on Wednesday, a journalist was attacked by two-wheeler borne snatchers near a police residential building in Mayur Vihar on Friday. The...

    View from the Left: Trump, awash in Russia, pledges his undying commitment to U.S. sovereignty
    Sep23

    View from the Left: Trump, awash in Russia, pledges his undying commitment to U.S. sovereignty

    Who could have guessed it? Amid a week of daily revelations detailing the tangled web of connections between Donald Trump’s associates and Russian operatives, Trump used the world stage at the United Nations to profess his undying dedication to U.S. sovereignty. “I will always put America first,” he told attendees during his speech....