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    MH17: Russia blames Ukraine
    Sep27

    MH17: Russia blames Ukraine

    Just days before the release of a report into the investigation into the fate of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17, Russia’s defense ministry released radar data which, it alleges, shows that if the plane was shot down, it was done so by Ukrainian forces. …read more Source:...

    [Column / Crude World] Why Putin’s union doesn’t want to work with the EU
    Sep27

    [Column / Crude World] Why Putin’s union doesn’t want to work with the EU

    The EU should not dismiss institutional cooperation with the Russia-led economic association. But Moscow’s previous behaviour with Ukraine and Moldova shows it won’t let its neighbours turn too much to the West. …read more Source:...

    Poland Arrests Russian Man for Flying Drone Over PM’s Office
    Sep27

    Poland Arrests Russian Man for Flying Drone Over PM’s Office

    Warsaw police have arrested a Russian man for flying a drone over Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo’s residence without a permit, according to Deutsche Welle. Police spotted the drone flying around the buildings of the prime minister’s office, the Ministry of Defense and the president’s residence at Belwederski Palace on...

    Arsenal, Leicester tickets among most expensive in Champions League
    Sep27

    Arsenal, Leicester tickets among most expensive in Champions League

    A fan takes a picture outside the stadium before the match. Reuters Premier League champions Leicester City and Arsenal are among the five clubs charging most for Champions League tickets this season, according to spread-betting firm Spreadex. Arsenal set prices starting at 37 pounds ($47.97) for a ticket, while watching Champions League football...

    Kashmiris ask UN Chief to take up Indian brutalities with Security Council
    Sep27

    Kashmiris ask UN Chief to take up Indian brutalities with Security Council

    Leaders from Kashmir delivered a letter on Monday to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, seeking his personal intervention to take up the Kashmir dispute with the Security Council, saying tension over the lingering issue could lead to a nuclear war between Pakistan and India. The letter was delivered to the UN Secretary-General on the day Indian...

    Kiev’s last survivor of Nazi ‘path to death’ at Babi Yar (AFP)
    Sep27

    Kiev’s last survivor of Nazi ‘path to death’ at Babi Yar (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – “We were gathered here, and sent along ‘the path to death’,” says Raisa Maistrenko, pointing to a Kiev ravine that 75 years ago witnessed one of the worst atrocities of World War II. …read more Source: The West...

    The debate showed just how scary a commander in chief Donald Trump would be
    Sep27

    The debate showed just how scary a commander in chief Donald Trump would be

    America just got its first real look at Commander in Chief Donald Trump. It wasn’t a pretty sight. The signal moment came late in the debate. Hillary Clinton accused Trump of being “very dismissive” of American alliances, such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), an alliance that obligates the United States to defend all other...

    Moscow accuses Kiev of manipulating Malaysian MH17 crash investigation
    Sep27

    Moscow accuses Kiev of manipulating Malaysian MH17 crash investigation

    Ukraine is hiding vital data on the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash and is manipulating the investigation of the 2014 catastrophe, the Russian Defense Ministry said Monday. …read more Source: China...

    Conflicting sides in E. Ukraine accuse each other
    Sep27

    Conflicting sides in E. Ukraine accuse each other

    The conflicting parties in eastern Ukraine on Monday have accused each other of ignoring the latest truce that was established earlier this month to pave the way for separating their forces on the frontline. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    EU parliament backs visa-free travel for Ukraine
    Sep27

    EU parliament backs visa-free travel for Ukraine

    BRUSSELS: Ukrainians´ hopes of securing visa-free travel to the European Union received a boost on Monday when a key committee of the European Parliament backed their cause, but further hurdles remain. Ukraine, an ex-Soviet republic of 45 million people, faces stiffer resistance from some EU member states at a time of heightened public concern...