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    Investigative Journalist Killed By Car Bomb In Ukraine’s Capital
    Jul20

    Investigative Journalist Killed By Car Bomb In Ukraine’s Capital

    Pavel Sheremet was assassinated when a car he was driving exploded in Kiev on Wednesday. The Ukrainian president has called for an investigation. …read more Source:...

    Journalist Pavel Sheremet’s murder shocks Ukraine
    Jul20

    Journalist Pavel Sheremet’s murder shocks Ukraine

    Russian Journalist Pavel Sheremet’s killing is one of Ukraine’s most politically-charged murders in years. He died when the car he was driving exploded. It is unclear if he was the intended target. …read more Source:...

    French to Extend State of Emergency; Paris Cancels Events
    Jul20

    French to Extend State of Emergency; Paris Cancels Events

    PARIS—French lawmakers voted Wednesday in favor of extending the nation’s state of emergency for another six months and jittery Paris officials cancelled some summer events due to security issues. The moves came as authorities said all 84 people killed in the Nice truck attack have finally been formally identified. No official list naming...

    Journalist Pavel Sheremet’s murder shocks Ukraine
    Jul20

    Journalist Pavel Sheremet’s murder shocks Ukraine

    Russian Journalist Pavel Sheremet’s killing is one of Ukraine’s most politically-charged murders in years. He died when the car he was driving exploded. It is unclear if he was the intended target. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Pavel Sheremet: Fearless journalist killed in Ukraine
    Jul20

    Pavel Sheremet: Fearless journalist killed in Ukraine

    KIEV: Belarus-born journalist Pavel Sheremet, who was killed by a car bomb in central Kiev on Wednesday, was known for his fearless criticism of the leaders of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. An award-winning journalist who interviewed Ukraine’s top politicians, Sheremet was widely admired in the pro-Western country. “He somehow managed...

    ‘The world can be better’: a tribute to journalist Pavel Sheremet
    Jul20

    ‘The world can be better’: a tribute to journalist Pavel Sheremet

    A former colleague remembers the irrepressible reporter, who was killed on Wednesday morning by a car bomb in KievPavel Sheremet’s biography tells the story of a whole generation of journalists in the former Soviet Union who have lost their jobs – and in some cases, their lives – due to their work. Related: Ukraine journalist Pavel Sheremet...

    Car bomb kills investigative reporter in Ukraine, following safety concerns
    Jul20

    Car bomb kills investigative reporter in Ukraine, following safety concerns

    The murder of Pavel Sheremet in Ukraine recalls the 2000 killing of another high-profile investigative journalist. …read more Source: Christian Science...

    These beautiful LADIES will blow you away with their amazing Gymnastics act! VIDEO
    Jul20

    These beautiful LADIES will blow you away with their amazing Gymnastics act! VIDEO

    Wednesday, July 20, 2016 – Acrobatic gymnastics is a sport that combines elements of ballet, gymnastics and of course acrobatic stunts.This video shows the Ukraine team in the finals of 2010 Acrobatic Gymnastics championships and they were brilliant. However, even with their incredible performance, they finished third so you can imagine how...

    Journalist Pavel Shermet Killed By Car Bomb In Kyiv
    Jul20

    Journalist Pavel Shermet Killed By Car Bomb In Kyiv

    Award-winning Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed when the car he was driving was destroyed by a bomb in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. Authorities described Sheremet’s death on July 20 as a “skillfully” planned “murder.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The Journalist Killed in Ukraine
    Jul20

    The Journalist Killed in Ukraine

    NEWS BRIEF A journalist who worked for one of Ukraine’s most prominent newspapers was killed Wednesday in a car bombing in Kiev.Pavel Sheremet, 44, a Belarussian citizen, had worked in Russian state radio and television before moving to Ukraine in 2014 where he worked for Ukrainska Pravda. He was driving to work in a car that belonged to...