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    Police Identify Mohamed Bouhlel as France Terror Attacks Suspect
    Jul15

    Police Identify Mohamed Bouhlel as France Terror Attacks Suspect

    NICE, France — French leaders extended the country’s 8-month-old state of emergency Friday and vowed to deploy thousands of police reservists on the streets after a Tunisian man drove a truck through crowds celebrating Bastille Day in Nice, killing 84 people and wounding 202 others. Thursday night’s massacre of pedestrians leaving a...

    Bellingcat Says Russia Used ‘Fake Evidence’ To Point Finger At Kyiv In Downing Of MH17 
    Jul15

    Bellingcat Says Russia Used ‘Fake Evidence’ To Point Finger At Kyiv In Downing Of MH17 

    The Russian Defense Ministry published doctored, misdated satellite imagery to support its suggestion that Ukraine was responsible for downing of a passenger jet over eastern Ukraine in 2014. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Report: Russia to send S-400 to Crimea next month
    Jul15

    Report: Russia to send S-400 to Crimea next month

    Geoff ZiezulewiczMOSCOW, July 15 (UPI) — A new regiment set of the Russian S-400 Triumf anti-aircraft missile system will be delivered to Crimea next month, the Russian Tass news agency reports. …read more Source: United Press...

    A student, a father and son: Portraits of Nice victims
    Jul15

    A student, a father and son: Portraits of Nice victims

    The Bastille Day crowd on the waterfront in Nice, France, was a festive mixture of French locals and foreign visitors. The truck that slammed into them late Thursday, apparently intent on hitting as many as possible, did not discriminate – among the 84 dead identified so far were Americans, Germans, Ukrainians and a Russian…....

    A student, a father and son: Portraits of Nice victims
    Jul15

    A student, a father and son: Portraits of Nice victims

    The Bastille Day crowd on the waterfront in Nice, France, was a festive mixture of French locals and foreign visitors. The truck that slammed into them late Thursday, apparently intent on hitting as many as possible, did not discriminate — among the 84 dead identified so far were Americans, Germans, Ukrainians and a Russian. … Click to Continue »...

    Geoffrey Pyatt named new US ambassador in Greece
    Jul15

    Geoffrey Pyatt named new US ambassador in Greece

    Geoffrey Pyatt, who currently heads the American Embassy in Ukraine, will become the next US ambassador in Greece, the US Senate confirmed Friday. …read more Source:...

    Andriy Shevchenko named as new Ukraine coach
    Jul15

    Andriy Shevchenko named as new Ukraine coach

    KIEV – Former AC Milan striker Andriy Shevchenko was on Friday appointed coach of Ukraine, the 2004 Ballon d’Or winner’s first job as a manager. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    From the Baltic to the South China Sea, Russia and China See One Foe — the U.S.
    Jul15

    From the Baltic to the South China Sea, Russia and China See One Foe — the U.S.

    VLADIVOSTOK, Russia — On July 8 and 9, at the NATO summit in Warsaw, leaders of the Western world met to “reinforce our collective defense … at a defining moment for the security of our nations and populations.” Just three days later in The Hague, an international tribunal on the law of the sea handed down a long-awaited...

    Brazilian Oscar-nominated film director Hector Babenco dies at 70
    Jul15

    Brazilian Oscar-nominated film director Hector Babenco dies at 70

    RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) — One of Brazil’s most influential film makers, Hector Babenco, died in Sao Paulo at age 70. An employee of his film company told The Associated Press that he had a heart attack. Babenco, who died Wednesday, was nominated in 1985 for an Oscar for his film “Kiss of the Spider Woman.” Born in Buenos Aires to a Polish...

    Soyuzivka’s 10th Ukrainian Cultural Festival attracts thousands, despite rainy forecast
    Jul15

    Soyuzivka’s 10th Ukrainian Cultural Festival attracts thousands, despite rainy forecast

    KERHONKSON, N.Y. – Undaunted by threatening skies, which eventually yielded to rain, over 3,000 visitors flocked to the Soyuzivka Heritage Center for the 10th Ukrainian Cultural Festival on July 8-10. Oksana Mukha of Lviv, and Kyivans Ivo Bobul (originally from Chernivtsi) and Viktor Pavlik (originally from Terebovlia, Ternopil Oblast) were the...