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    Ukraine pilot verdict set to drive fresh wedge between Russia and Ukraine
    Mar20

    Ukraine pilot verdict set to drive fresh wedge between Russia and Ukraine

    Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko awaits the verdict in her controversial trial over the murder of two Russian journalists with few doubting she will be found guilty in a ruling that will fuel the feud between Kiev and Moscow …read more Source: The Daily...

    Nadiya Savchenko: Ukraine’s lionised and demonised fighter (AFP)
    Mar20

    Nadiya Savchenko: Ukraine’s lionised and demonised fighter (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Nadiya Savchenko is both lionised as a fearless Ukrainian freedom fighter — and demonised as the alleged accomplice in the murder of two Russian reporters in her country’s separatist east. …read more Source: The West...

    Ukraine pilot verdict set to create fresh division with Russia (AFP)
    Mar20

    Ukraine pilot verdict set to create fresh division with Russia (AFP)

    Moscow (AFP) – Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko awaits the verdict in her controversial trial over the murder of two Russian journalists with few doubting she will be found guilty in a ruling that will fuel the feud between Kiev and Moscow. …read more Source: The West...

    MANCHESTER CITY VS MANCHESTER UNITED: MATCH PREVIEW
    Mar20

    MANCHESTER CITY VS MANCHESTER UNITED: MATCH PREVIEW

    Huu ni moja ya michezo migumu katika Ligi Kuu England ukiwakutanisha mahasimu wawili wa jiji la Manchester, yaani Manchester City na Manchester United, huku timu zote mbili zikihitaji ushindi kwa hali na mali ili kuweza ama kujiweka katika mazingira ya mazuri ya kushiriki UEFA mwakani au kuchukua ubingwa kama itawezekana. Manchester City...

    Hopes of Religious Freedom in Former Soviet Union Fall Short
    Mar20

    Hopes of Religious Freedom in Former Soviet Union Fall Short

    Image: Stock Photo. FreeImages.com Early in its existence, the Soviet Union turned Vladimir Lenin’s dictum that “religion is the opium of the people” into official policy. Atheism was what Lenin wanted for the Soviet empire, and it’s what it got. Assuring such an outcome were laws discouraging faith — such as...

    The Norwegian TV series that’s enraged the Kremlin
    Mar20

    The Norwegian TV series that’s enraged the Kremlin

    Okkupert (“Occupied”), the most expensive Norwegian television show in history, never mentions the word “quisling.” And yet its premise — a Russian occupation of Norway — evokes Vidkun Quisling’s Nazi collaborationist government and is permeated with the still unshakable trauma of that era. Between 1942 and 1945, Quisling’s puppet...

    Ukraine pilot verdict set to drive fresh wedge between Russia and Ukraine
    Mar20

    Ukraine pilot verdict set to drive fresh wedge between Russia and Ukraine

    MOSCOW, Russia – Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko awaits the verdict in her controversial trial over the murder of two Russian journalists with few doubting she will be found guilty in a ruling that will fuel the feud between Kiev and Moscow. A court in the southern Russian town of Donetsk … …read more Source:...

    Gays attacked ahead of festival in Ukraine
    Mar20

    Gays attacked ahead of festival in Ukraine

    LVIV, Ukraine: Some 200 right-wing militants on Saturday attacked dozens of gay people with smoke bombs and stones in Lviv, a nationalist bastion in western Ukraine, an AFP journalist witnessed. The attack occurred as representatives of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community left a Lviv hotel which is hosting a gay rights...

    ‘Is This Real Life?’: Inside the Ukraine War’s Gray Zone
    Mar20

    ‘Is This Real Life?’: Inside the Ukraine War’s Gray Zone

    LOBACHEVE, Ukraine—War is absurd sometimes. The SUV clambered along the pothole-speckled dirt road, which was now more mud than dirt in the wake of melting snow and spring rains. The driver, a 30-year-old Ukrainian soldier named Andriy, held a pistol in his steering hand as he navigated through no man’s land near the separatist-controlled...

    Heavy Winds as Dubai Plane Crashes in Russia, Killing 62
    Mar20

    Heavy Winds as Dubai Plane Crashes in Russia, Killing 62

    MOSCOW—A Dubai airliner with 62 people on board nosedived and exploded in a giant fireball early Saturday while trying to land in strong winds in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don, killing all aboard, officials said. Several planes had trouble landing at the airport at the time of the crash, with one trying to land three times before...