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    Armenia Fires Police Chief, Punishes 18 Others for Violence Against Protesters
    Aug11

    Armenia Fires Police Chief, Punishes 18 Others for Violence Against Protesters

    Image: Armenian police used excessive force against peaceful protesters and journalists on July 29, 2016. Author: Nancy Kricorian ‏(@nancykric), Twitter YEREVAN, Armenia — In any urban protests that police meet with violence, there is one day or night when authorities’ use of force reaches a crescendo. That day was February 20, 2014,...

    Putin accuses Ukraine of trying to provoke a new conflict over Crimea
    Aug11

    Putin accuses Ukraine of trying to provoke a new conflict over Crimea

    Vladimir Putin accused Ukraine on Wednesday of using terrorist tactics to try to provoke a new conflict and destabilize annexed Crimea after Russia said it had thwarted two armed Ukrainian attempts to get saboteurs into the contested peninsula.Russia’s FSB security service said two people were killed in clashes and its forces had dismantled...

    Putin reviews Crimea security after alleged Ukraine raids
    Aug11

    Putin reviews Crimea security after alleged Ukraine raids

    MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday called for security to be ramped up on the annexed Crimea peninsula after accusing Ukraine of attempting armed incursions into the disputed region. Russia’s security agency on Wednesday said it had thwarted “terrorist attacks” in Crimea by Ukrainian military intelligence and beaten...

    Russia’s Putin meets top brass to discuss security in Crimea
    Aug11

    Russia’s Putin meets top brass to discuss security in Crimea

    MOSCOW (AP) ” Russian President Vladimir Putin has held a meeting of the country’s top brass to discuss boosting security in Crimea following the reports of foiled attacks.The Russian intelligence said Wednesday that two people… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Estonian Jaanika Merilo appointed deputy mayor of Ukraine’s 4th biggest city
    Aug11

    Estonian Jaanika Merilo appointed deputy mayor of Ukraine’s 4th biggest city

    Jaanika Merilo, who was born and graduated from high school in Tartu, Estonia, has been appointed deputy mayor of Dnipro, the fourth biggest city in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    The Revolution Against Rape in Ukraine
    Aug11

    The Revolution Against Rape in Ukraine

    One woman spoke out on Facebook about the sexual abuse she suffered. Almost 200,000 womenand mencame forward to express support and tell their stories. …read more Source: The Daily...

    OLYMPICS ‘Sweat and guts’, Uchimura’s recipe for success
    Aug11

    OLYMPICS ‘Sweat and guts’, Uchimura’s recipe for success

    RIO DE JANEIRO: “Sweat and guts” are the secrets of Kohei Uchimura’s incredible success story, the Japanese gymnastics great said Wednesday after claiming a second all-around men’s title for a third Olympic gold. A soaring horizontal bar routine saw the 27-year-old snatch the coveted individual title ahead of Ukraine’s Oleg...

    Azerbaijan’s SOCAR creates new company in Ukraine
    Aug11

    Azerbaijan’s SOCAR creates new company in Ukraine

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    Putin reviews Crimea security after alleged Ukraine raids
    Aug11

    Putin reviews Crimea security after alleged Ukraine raids

    Russian President Vladimir Putin Thursday called for security to be ramped up on the annexed Crimea peninsula after accusing Ukraine of attempting armed incursions into the disputed region …read more Source: The Daily...

    Aim of alleged Ukrainian Crimea incursion was to destroy tourism – Russian newspaper
    Aug11

    Aim of alleged Ukrainian Crimea incursion was to destroy tourism – Russian newspaper

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s Kommersant newspaper cited unnamed security sources on Thursday as saying a group of men Russia has arrested for planning attacks in Crimea had confessed and said their aim was to destroy the tourist industry there. …read more Source: The...