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    On Freedom and a Fourth of July Abroad
    Jul03

    On Freedom and a Fourth of July Abroad

    PARIS—This will be my second consecutive Fourth of July spent outside the United States. Last year, I celebrated our nation’s birthday in Mariupol, Ukraine. It’s a city only a few miles from the front lines of the still-simmering war in Ukraine. I had burgers and beer with an eclectic group that evening—a Swedish sniper, two former...

    President al-Assad issues Decree No. 203 on forming the new Syrian government
    Jul03

    President al-Assad issues Decree No. 203 on forming the new Syrian government

    Damascus, SANA-President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday issued Decree No. 203 for 2016 on forming the new Syrian government, headed by Eng. Imad Mohammad Deeb Khamis. The new government according to the decree is as follows: • Eng. Imad Mohammad Deeb Khamis, Prime Minister. • Gen. Fahd Jassem al-Freij Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Defense. •...

    Turkey, Ukraine plan secret jihad to reclaim Crimea from Russia
    Jul03

    Turkey, Ukraine plan secret jihad to reclaim Crimea from Russia

    Special to WorldTribune.com By Yossef Bodansky, Senior Editor, Global Information System / Defense & Foreign Affairs Turkey’s President Reçep Tayyip Erdoğan and Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko by the end of June 2016 had embarked on a further escalation of their confrontation with Russia through the sponsorship of jihadism on...

    Unexpected heroes emerge as Germany extend penalty record
    Jul03

    Unexpected heroes emerge as Germany extend penalty record

    Germans miss first penalties in shootout since 1982 Established stars Mueller, Ozil, Schweinsteiger all miss Youngsters Kimmich, Hector see Germany through Germany team players pose for a photo prior to their Euro 2016 quarter final soccer match against Italy at the Stade de Bordeaux, in France on Saturday, July 2, 2016. Photo: Reuters BORDEAUX:...

    Russia leaves bond market wilderness
    Jul03

    Russia leaves bond market wilderness

    Debt sales surge to highest level since Crimea annexation 2 years ago …read more Source: Financial...

    Is Hillary Clinton a Warmonger?
    Jul03

    Is Hillary Clinton a Warmonger?

    By Michael J. BrennerA closer review of Secretary Clinton’s foreign policy experience and tendencies. Former Secretary of State (and Senator and First Lady) Hillary Clinton has based her campaign for president of the United States States heavily on her many years of foreign policy experience. Especially outside the United States, that is...

    With Russia as an ally, Serbia edges toward NATO
    Jul03

    With Russia as an ally, Serbia edges toward NATO

    Serbia is performing a delicate balancing act between its European aspirations, partnership with NATO and its centuries-old religious, ethnic and political alliance with Russia. Belgrade is being wooed by the West which has sought to bring it into the fold since the fall of Slobodan Milosevic in 2000. Serbia is now a European Union membership...

    ‘Hipster Stalinism:’ Populist Renewal Projects Come to Moscow
    Jul03

    ‘Hipster Stalinism:’ Populist Renewal Projects Come to Moscow

    One of Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin’s pet projects is a multi-billion-dollar revamp of the “Soviet Versailles:” an enormous ensemble of extravagant, mainly Stalin-era, pavilions, fountains and statuary in Moscow’s northeast. Sobyanin accompanied President Vladimir Putin last year on a visit to the site, known as VDNKh, to open a new...

    With Russia as an ally, Serbia edges towards NATO
    Jul03

    With Russia as an ally, Serbia edges towards NATO

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic (R) attend a military parade to mark 70 years since the city’s liberation by the Red Army in Belgrade, Serbia, October 16, 2014. Photo: Reuters/File BELGRADE: Serbia is performing a delicate balancing act between its European aspirations, partnership with NATO and its...

    Poland suspending local border traffic with Russia and Ukraine
    Jul03

    Poland suspending local border traffic with Russia and Ukraine

    Poland will temporarily suspend local border traffic with Russia’s Kaliningrad enclave and Ukraine, starting from Monday, July 4. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...