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    Rio 2016: Saina, Sindhu advance after doubles’ flop show
    Aug12

    Rio 2016: Saina, Sindhu advance after doubles’ flop show

    It was packed stadium to cheer their local hope Vicente Lohaynny. More than her world No. 71 opponent, India’s Saina Nehwal was troubled by the loud noise and faster speed of this side court. Every point of Vicente was celebrated like a victory. There were times when when world No. 5 looked perturbed by the noise in the first game that...

    Russia protects Crimea from destabilizing attempts
    Aug12

    Russia protects Crimea from destabilizing attempts

    Russia has foiled a new attempted incursion by the Ukrainian military into Crimea over the weekend. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine denies attempted troop invasion of Crimea
    Aug12

    Ukraine denies attempted troop invasion of Crimea

    Ukraine on Wednesday denied a statement by the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) on Ukrainian troops attempting to invade Crimea and plotting terror attacks on the peninsula. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Ukraine on high alert as Russia tensions over Crimea soar, Putin issues threat
    Aug12

    Ukraine on high alert as Russia tensions over Crimea soar, Putin issues threat

    Ukraine put its forces around Crimea on high alert Thursday, as tensions soared after Moscow accused Kiev of attempting to mount armed incursions into the disputed peninsula. Russia’s FSB security service said on Wednesday it had thwarted “terrorist attacks” in Crimea this week by Ukrainian military intelligence and beaten back armed...

    US calls for Ukraine-Russia restraint over Crimea
    Aug12

    US calls for Ukraine-Russia restraint over Crimea

    WASHINGTON: The United States on Thursday called on Ukraine and Russia to show restraint after Moscow accused Kiev of plotting attacks in disputed Crimea, and urged a resumption of talks. Ukraine has put its forces on high alert after Russia’s FSB security service said it had thwarted “terrorist attacks” in the Black Sea peninsula this week...

    How Trudeau’s foreign policy could blow up in his face
    Aug12

    How Trudeau’s foreign policy could blow up in his face

    Politicians can only rarely follow through on long-term, big-picture foreign policy plans. The world shifts and changes in unexpected ways, and leaders adjust. Here, for example, is a now almost unrecognizable George W. Bush during a 2000 presidential campaign debate with Al Gore: “I’m worried about over-committing our military around the...

    US calls on Russia, Ukraine to reduce tension in Crimea
    Aug12

    US calls on Russia, Ukraine to reduce tension in Crimea

    The United States urged Russia and Ukraine to avoid the scalation of tension in Crimea, the State Department said Thursday. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    The Interpreter: Signs of Trouble in Crimea Prompt Question: What’s Vladimir Putin Up To?
    Aug12

    The Interpreter: Signs of Trouble in Crimea Prompt Question: What’s Vladimir Putin Up To?

    A recent attack in Crimea serves as a familiar parallel to the way Russia behaved just before previous military action against Ukraine. …read more Source: The New York...

    News of the day from across the globe, Aug. 12
    Aug12

    News of the day from across the globe, Aug. 12

    Kadiza is believed to have been in a residential building in Raqqa, the Islamic State’s de facto capital in northeast Syria, when it was hit in May by a bomb thought to have been dropped by a Russian warplane, ITV said in an article on its website. “We don’t know who is responsible for the attacks,” Suthipong said, adding that local...

    Ukrainian zoo prides itself on new white lion cubs
    Aug12

    Ukrainian zoo prides itself on new white lion cubs

    A Ukraine zoo now has new born white lion cubs. (Source: Reuters) A private zoo in Ukraine has a new attraction: five white lion cubs. Volodymyr Shevchuk, director of the “XII …read more Source: The Indian...