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    Democrats key on Trump’s national security fitness
    Jul28

    Democrats key on Trump’s national security fitness

    With Democrats sensing that Donald Trump is newly vulnerable on national security grounds after startling statements about Russia and NATO, Wednesday night’s convention speakers blasted Trump’s fitness to be commander in chief, suggesting that only Hillary Clinton could keep America safe — and avoid nuclear war. “No major party...

    U.S. Presidential elections: Trump may consider recognition of Crimea as part of Russia
    Jul28

    U.S. Presidential elections: Trump may consider recognition of Crimea as part of Russia

    If elected U.S. president, Donald Trump, the Republican Party’s candidate, intends to consider issues on recognition of Crimea as a Russian region and on removal of sanctions imposed on Russia over the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source:...

    America’s Feel-Good Sanctions Policy toward North Korea
    Jul28

    America’s Feel-Good Sanctions Policy toward North Korea

    Dealing with North Korea brings to mind Sisyphus, the mythological Greek king condemned for eternity to roll a stone up a hill, only to watch it roll back down. Whatever the U.S. does, Kim Jong-un again will fire missiles, test nukes, and threaten to lay waste to his enemies. Now the Obama administration has applied sanctions to him personally,...

    European newspapers overwhelmingly critical of Brexit vote
    Jul28

    European newspapers overwhelmingly critical of Brexit vote

    Study of newspaper coverage in 13 countries across Europe, plus the US, reveals widespread lack of enthusiasm for Britain’s decision to leave the EU European newspapers were overwhelmingly critical of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. According to a comprehensive review of the press coverage in 13 countries following the EU...

    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church
    Jul28

    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church

    MOSCOW (AP) — The Ukrainian president has called on an Orthodox Christian leader to recognize the independence of his country’s splinter church. Orthodox Christians in Ukraine are divided between one church that is part of the Russian Orthodox Church and a splinter church under a Ukrainian leader that neither Moscow nor other Orthodox...

    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church
    Jul28

    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church

    The Ukrainian president has called on an Orthodox Christian leader to recognize the independence of his country’s splinter church. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church
    Jul28

    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church

    The Ukrainian president has called on an Orthodox Christian leader to recognize the independence of his country’s splinter church. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church
    Jul28

    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church

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    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church
    Jul28

    Ukraine’s president calls for recognition of splinter church

    The Ukrainian president has called on an Orthodox Christian leader to recognize the independence of his country’s splinter church. …read more Source: FOX...

    [Ticker] Russia adds troops in Crimea
    Jul28

    [Ticker] Russia adds troops in Crimea

    Russia has deployed a “self-sufficient” contingent of troops in Crimea, Russia’s defence minister Sergei Shoigu has said on Wednesday. He also said Russia had strengthened its south-western flank in response to the Nato build-up along the Russia border. The US state department said Russian troop positions in Crimea counter...