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    Archaeologists find ancient baby alarm in Crimea
    Aug23

    Archaeologists find ancient baby alarm in Crimea

    An ancient infant burial site has been found with figurines which resemble modern-day rattles. …read more Source:...

    Afghans Push India for More Arms, Despite Pakistan’s Wary Eye
    Aug23

    Afghans Push India for More Arms, Despite Pakistan’s Wary Eye

    India is set to deliver more arms to Afghanistan to help it fight Islamist militants, Kabul’s envoy to New Delhi said, even if Pakistan is wary of closer military cooperation between countries lying to its east and west. India has provided a little over $2 billion in economic assistance to Afghanistan in the last 15 years, but has been more...

    Trump Dirty Trickster Roger Stone: How ‘Hero’ Assange Could Help Our Campaign
    Aug23

    Trump Dirty Trickster Roger Stone: How ‘Hero’ Assange Could Help Our Campaign

    In a C-SPAN interview, the conspiracist reveals he’s been in touch with the WikiLeaks founder regarding Clinton emails—and when to dump them on the media. In an interview that aired Sunday on C-SPAN’s “Newsmakers” program, Roger Stone, the off-the-books Trump adviser, reiterated his claim that he has been in touch with WikiLeaks...

    Ukraine charges 18 Russian officials, including defense minister, for ‘grave crimes’
    Aug23

    Ukraine charges 18 Russian officials, including defense minister, for ‘grave crimes’

    Doug G. WareKIEV, Ukraine, Aug. 22 (UPI) — Ukraine prosecutors have filed criminal charges against several Russian officials for alleged “grave” crimes committed against security and safety of citizens. …read more Source: United Press...

    Amid rising tensions, Ukraine opens criminal probe of top Russian officials
    Aug23

    Amid rising tensions, Ukraine opens criminal probe of top Russian officials

    Ukraine has launched a criminal investigation of 20 senior Russian officials for crimes against Ukraine’s national security, as fighting between Ukraine’s government and pro-Russian separatists intensifies in the country’s east. …read more Source: Christian Science...

    ‘The War Won’t Be Over Soon’: Ukraine’s Long Fight Against Russia for Freedom
    Aug22

    ‘The War Won’t Be Over Soon’: Ukraine’s Long Fight Against Russia for Freedom

    MARIUPOL, Ukraine— For more than two years, Ukraine’s military has been fighting a ground war against a combined force of pro-Russian separatists and Russian regulars in the Donbas, Ukraine’s embattled southeastern territory. As Ukraine prepares for the 25th anniversary of its independence from the Soviet Union this Wednesday, the...

    US, EU Accused of Paying Lip Service to Global Arms Treaty
    Aug22

    US, EU Accused of Paying Lip Service to Global Arms Treaty

    The non-violence knotted gun statue at UN headquarters in NYC. Credit: IPS UN Bureau.By Thalif DeenUNITED NATIONS, Aug 22 2016 (IPS)The Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which was aimed at curbing the flow of small arms and light weapons to war zones and politically-repressive regimes, is being openly violated by some of the world’s arms suppliers,...

    Why The Russia-Azerbaijan Alliance Is Weaker Than It Looks
    Aug22

    Why The Russia-Azerbaijan Alliance Is Weaker Than It Looks

    On August 8, 2016, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev met in Baku. Shortly after their meeting, Putin announced Russia’s intention to forge a strategic partnership with Azerbaijan. Putin also expressed interest in expanding Russia-Azerbaijan trade links and strengthening Moscow-Baku military cooperation...

    Russia’s Shoygu wanted by Ukraine
    Aug22

    Russia’s Shoygu wanted by Ukraine

    Ukrainian prosecutor’s office nails on charges against 39 Russia citizens, including Russian defense minister. …read more Source:...

    The Biden Doctrine
    Aug22

    The Biden Doctrine

    Joe Biden is now the vice president who will not be president. He’s been VP for seven and a half years, preceded by decades of work on U.S. foreign policy in the Senate, but the question remains whether he is distinctive in any memorable way for his work in international affairs. Was he simply a glad-handing flack pushing the Obama agenda,...