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    Kasparov: West should give Ukraine ‘lethal weapons’
    Aug13

    Kasparov: West should give Ukraine ‘lethal weapons’

    The political activist and Putin critic says the West must take stronger action against Russia. …read more Source: AL...

    Biden urges Poroshenko to avoid escalating tensions with Russia
    Aug13

    Biden urges Poroshenko to avoid escalating tensions with Russia

    U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has urged Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko “to do his part to avoid escalating tensions” with Russia over Crimea, the White House said. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    U.S. general urges Russia to allow observers at military drills
    Aug13

    U.S. general urges Russia to allow observers at military drills

    PanARMENIAN.Net – Russia should allow observers, including Western journalists, to attend upcoming military drills that could again put Ukraine on edge just as Russian President Vladimir Putin has sha …read more Source: Big News...

    EU Urges Russia, Ukraine To Refrain From Escalating Tensions
    Aug13

    EU Urges Russia, Ukraine To Refrain From Escalating Tensions

    European Union (EU) Foreign Affairs Chief Federica Mogherini has urged Russia and Ukraine to avoid escalating tensions between the two countries. “Any actions that could lead to a further escalation of the conflict must be avoided by all sides; a peaceful resolution of the conflict is the only possible solution,” Mogherini said as...

    EU vows to back Kiev amid escalating tensions Russia over Crimea
    Aug13

    EU vows to back Kiev amid escalating tensions Russia over Crimea

    The European Union has vowed continued support for Ukraine amid growing tensions between Kiev and Moscow around the Crimean Peninsula. …read more Source: Iran...

    Police-Station Occupiers Also Shined Spotlight on Russian Subjugation of Armenia
    Aug13

    Police-Station Occupiers Also Shined Spotlight on Russian Subjugation of Armenia

    Image: Peaceful protesters and journalists were subjected to excessive force by Armenian police on July 29, 2016. Author: Human Rights Watch The 31 armed men who took over a police station in Armenia’s capital of Yerevan on July 17 made two demands that got widespread news coverage. After the 20 men who were still in the station on July 31...

    Pope surprises 20 ex-prostitutes by knocking on their door in Rome
    Aug13

    Pope surprises 20 ex-prostitutes by knocking on their door in Rome

    Pope Francis surprised 20 former prostitutes on Friday by knocking on their door in Rome and popping in for a chat. The Argentine, who has repeatedly described the human trafficking behind much prostitution as “a crime against humanity”, sat down with the group, including four women from Albania, seven from Nigeria and six from Romania. The other...

    Pope in surprise visit to ex-prostitutes
    Aug13

    Pope in surprise visit to ex-prostitutes

    Pope Francis, pictured speaking on August 4, 2016, sat down with a group of 20 former prostitutes in Rome, who are being sheltered by a Catholic association in an apartment in the Italian capital © AFP/File / Giuseppe CacaceVatican City, Vatican City State, Aug 12 – Pope Francis surprised 20 former prostitutes on Friday by knocking on their door...

    U.S. general urges Russia to allow observers at military drills
    Aug13

    U.S. general urges Russia to allow observers at military drills

    The comments came as Ukraine accuses Russia of amassing more than 40,000 troops in Crimea and on the Ukrainian border. …read more Source:...

    EU backs Ukraine as Kiev-Moscow tensions mount
    Aug13

    EU backs Ukraine as Kiev-Moscow tensions mount

    The European Union has pledged support for Ukraine amid escalating tensions between Kiev and Moscow. …read more Source:...