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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    No Flies on Hillary
    Oct11

    No Flies on Hillary

    Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. “Let me just start out by saying that so much of what he just said is not right,” Hillary began. And then while 63 million people watched, a member of Musca domestica, or the common housefly, landed and perched near her eye....

    Russia and Turkey sign gas deal, seek common ground on Syria as ties warm
    Oct11

    Russia and Turkey sign gas deal, seek common ground on Syria as ties warm

    ISTANBUL: Turkey and Russia signed an agreement on Monday for the construction of a major undersea gas pipeline and vowed to seek common ground on the war in Syria, accelerating a normalization in ties nearly a year after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan hosted Russia’s Vladimir Putin at an Ottoman-era...

    Britain’s Brexit delusions
    Oct11

    Britain’s Brexit delusions

    Just eight months after David Cameron promised Britons “the best of both worlds” if they voted to stay in the European Union on his renegotiated terms, Britain is hurtling toward the worst of all worlds — a swift, hard Brexit on unfavorable trade terms. The dynamics of British politics since the June referendum have vaporized the softer options...

    ‘Poverty rates double in Ukraine in 2015’
    Oct11

    ‘Poverty rates double in Ukraine in 2015’

    Fresh figures released by the Ukrainian Institute of Demography and Social Studies show poverty rates doubled in Ukraine in 2015. …read more Source:...

    Matthew Fisher: Canada’s dreamers ignore Russian aggression and offer Putin an olive branch instead
    Oct11

    Matthew Fisher: Canada’s dreamers ignore Russian aggression and offer Putin an olive branch instead

    Liberal government chooses to ignore such issues as the seizure of Crimea, bombing of Aleppo. Will speak instead about global warming …read more Source: Vancouver...

    Hollande uncertain on Putin visit after Aleppo veto
    Oct11

    Hollande uncertain on Putin visit after Aleppo veto

    PARIS: French President Francois Hollande has not yet decided whether to meet Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Paris next week, after the Kremlin blocked a UN bid to end the bombing of Aleppo, Paris said Monday. Putin is due in Paris on Oct 19 to inaugurate a new Orthodox church near the Eiffel Tower in a visit that is fast turning into a...

    Hollande uncertain on Putin visit after Aleppo veto
    Oct11

    Hollande uncertain on Putin visit after Aleppo veto

    French President Francois Hollande has not yet decided whether to meet Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Paris next week, after the Kremlin blocked a UN bid to end the bombing of Aleppo, Paris said. Putin is due in Paris on October 19 to inaugurate a new Orthodox church near the Eiffel Tower in a visit that is fast turning into a diplomatic...

    Russia and Turkey sign gas deal, seek common ground on Syria as ties warm
    Oct11

    Russia and Turkey sign gas deal, seek common ground on Syria as ties warm

    ISTANBUL: Turkey and Russia signed an agreement on Monday for the construction of a major undersea gas pipeline and vowed to seek common ground on the war in Syria, accelerating a normalization in ties nearly a year after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan hosted Russia’s Vladimir Putin at an...

    EU officials see sanctions against Russia over Ukraine continuing
    Oct11

    EU officials see sanctions against Russia over Ukraine continuing

    BERLIN – European Parliament President Martin Schulz on Monday said it was important to remain in dialogue with Russia and not dismiss it as a pariah, but also to maintain pressure on Moscow over its actions in eastern Ukraine and Syria. Schulz… …read more Source:...

    These are the dictators who throw opponents in jail — or worse
    Oct11

    These are the dictators who throw opponents in jail — or worse

    The many antics of Donald Trump have made headlines throughout his wrecking ball of a presidential campaign, but he managed to cross arguably his most dangerous line yet at the second debate on Sunday night in St. Louis. Trump, whose candidacy is on life support following the release of a video in which he brags about sexually assaulting women,...