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    Polish officials under fire for perceived revisionism of Holocaust history
    Jul21

    Polish officials under fire for perceived revisionism of Holocaust history

    Michael Schudrich, Poland’s chief rabbi, reciting a prayer for the victims of the Jedwabne massacre at the town’s Jewish cemetery on July 10, 2016. (JTA/Cnaan Liphshiz) (JTA) — Several Jewish organizations condemned recent statements by Polish officials, which the critics deemed detrimental to historical accuracy on the Holocaust and...

    Russian and Ukraine Women Unite Online Against Sex Abuse
    Jul21

    Russian and Ukraine Women Unite Online Against Sex Abuse

    Hundreds of personal stories of sexual violence and harassment are appearing on social media in Russia and Ukraine . . MOSCOW – Women across Russia and Ukraine are uniting and speaking out – for once, not about the tensions between their two nations, nor the Russia-backed separatists fighting in eastern Ukraine – but about their experiences of...

    Salad dressings help Spilva double H1 exports to Ukraine
    Jul21

    Salad dressings help Spilva double H1 exports to Ukraine

    Latvian food company Spilva which belongs to Norway’s Orkla doubled its exports to Ukraine in the first half of this year, exports to the United Kingdom increased 50% and exports to Ireland 17.3%, LETA was told at the company. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Trump’s remarks on NATO set off freakout
    Jul21

    Trump’s remarks on NATO set off freakout

    Donald Trump’s suggestion that the U.S. shouldn’t automatically come to the defense of its NATO allies if they are attacked is already alarming longstanding American allies — and is likely to please U.S. rival Russia. “Solidarity among allies is a key value for NATO,” the military alliance’s secretary general, Jens...

    Donald Trump’s remarks on NATO sets off freakout
    Jul21

    Donald Trump’s remarks on NATO sets off freakout

    Donald Trump’s suggestion that the U.S. shouldn’t automatically come to the defense of its NATO allies if they are attacked is already alarming longstanding American allies, and is likely to please U.S. rival Russia. “Solidarity among allies is a key value for NATO,” the military alliance’s secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg,...

    Report suggests torture widespread in war-torn Ukraine
    Jul21

    Report suggests torture widespread in war-torn Ukraine

    A new report released on Thursday condemned both Ukrainian authorities and separatist rebels for wide-spread torture and detentions of civilians in the country’s east torn by a separatist war. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Watchdogs: Civilians Detained, Tortured in Ukraine
    Jul21

    Watchdogs: Civilians Detained, Tortured in Ukraine

    Arbitrary detentions, sometimes involving torture, are taking place in Eastern Ukraine both by Ukrainian authorities and Russian-backed separatists, according to a joint report released by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch Thursday. At least nine cases were documented of Ukrainian authorities detaining civilians accused of coordinating...

    The Latest: Crimean athlete in shock at Olympic ban
    Jul21

    The Latest: Crimean athlete in shock at Olympic ban

    The Latest on Russia’s appeal against the Olympic ban on its track and field athletes (all times local to Rio de Janeiro): … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    The Latest: Crimean athlete in shock at Olympic ban
    Jul21

    The Latest: Crimean athlete in shock at Olympic ban

    The Latest on Russia’s appeal against the Olympic ban on its track and field athletes (all times local to Rio de Janeiro): … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    The Latest: Crimean athlete in shock at Olympic ban
    Jul21

    The Latest: Crimean athlete in shock at Olympic ban

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