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    Ukraine Has Found the Weapon Used in the ‘Maidan Massacre’
    Jul14

    Ukraine Has Found the Weapon Used in the ‘Maidan Massacre’

    Ukraine claims it has found the sniper rifle allegedly used by deposed President Viktor Yanukouvych’s security forces to kill over 100 protesters in 2014. The event, known as the Maidan Massacre, marked for many the tipping point in the standoff between the pro-European protesters in Kiev’s Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti)...

    Boris Johnson: Russia hopes new UK foreign minister can mend relations
    Jul14

    Boris Johnson: Russia hopes new UK foreign minister can mend relations

    Relations between the two countries are at their lowest point since the Cold War after a British inquiry concluded it was probable senior Kremlin officials had ordered the 2006 killing of Kremlin foe Alexander Litvinenko in London. Russia hopes new British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson can improve dismal relations between Moscow and London, the...

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict
    Jul14

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict

    MOSCOW (AP) ” A report from the United Nations’ human rights arm has strongly criticized both sides in Ukraine’s fighting for the killing of civilians in indiscriminate shelling, as well as summary executions of both combatants and… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict
    Jul14

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict

    A report from the United Nations’ human rights arm has strongly criticized both sides in Ukraine’s fighting for the killing of civilians in indiscriminate shelling, as well as summary executions of both combatants and civilians. …read more Source: FOX...

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict
    Jul14

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict

    MOSCOW (AP) — A report from the United Nations’ human rights arm has strongly criticized both sides in Ukraine’s fighting for the killing of civilians in indiscriminate shelling, as well as summary executions of both combatants and civilians. …read more Source: San Francisco...

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict
    Jul14

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict

    MOSCOW (AP) — A report from the United Nations' human rights arm has strongly criticized both sides in Ukraine's fighting for the killing of civilians in indiscriminate shelling, as well as summary executions of both combatants and civilians…. …read more Source: Associated...

    NATO says no ‘meeting of minds’ with Russia
    Jul14

    NATO says no ‘meeting of minds’ with Russia

    NATO and Russia failed to overcome deep differences over Ukraine on July 13 in their first talks since the alliance approved a troop boost in Eastern Europe, alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg said …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict
    Jul14

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict

    A report from the United Nations’ human rights arm has strongly criticized both sides in Ukraine’s fighting for the killing of civilians in indiscriminate shelling, as well as summary executions of both combatants and civilians. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict
    Jul14

    UN report blasts both sides in Ukraine conflict

    MOSCOW (AP) — A report from the United Nations’ human rights arm has strongly criticized both sides in Ukraine’s fighting for the killing of civilians in indiscriminate shelling, as well as summary executions of both combatants and civilians. The report released Thursday by the U.N.’s High Commissioner for Human Rights office...

    “U.S. sees us without Kosovo; Russia Ukraine without Crimea”
    Jul14

    “U.S. sees us without Kosovo; Russia Ukraine without Crimea”

    Ivica Dacic says U.S. State Department official Victoria Nuland told him her country has been “investing in Kosovo’s independence” for 20 years now.As ethnic Albanians in Kosovo unilaterally declared independence eight years ago, the Serbian foreign minister asked Nuland, who was visiting Belgrade earlier this week, “how...