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    World Briefing: Avalanche in French Alps Leaves at Least 3 Dead
    Jan13

    World Briefing: Avalanche in French Alps Leaves at Least 3 Dead

    An avalanche at the Deux-Alpes ski resort swept away a group of 19 teenagers from Lyon and three supervisors, as well as a Ukrainian skier. …read more Source: The New York...

    Ukrainian man, two teens killed in Alpine avalanche
    Jan13

    Ukrainian man, two teens killed in Alpine avalanche

    Two teenagers and a Ukrainian man were killed when an avalanche swept away skiers in the French Alps, including a group on a school outing, local officials said on Wednesday. …read more Source: Channel...

    French mayor pledges to prevent gathering of Ukrainian ‘neo-Nazi’ militia
    Jan13

    French mayor pledges to prevent gathering of Ukrainian ‘neo-Nazi’ militia

    The group, which uses Nazi symbology for its subunits, is one of several independent militias organized to combat pro-Russian insurgents in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Avalanche in French Alps Hits High School Ski Group, Kills 3
    Jan13

    Avalanche in French Alps Hits High School Ski Group, Kills 3

    PARIS — An avalanche in the French Alps struck a high school ski group Wednesday afternoon, killing at least three people, according to French officials. France’s National Gendarmerie said a search-and-rescue operation was launched in the Deux Alpes ski resort using sniffer dogs and a helicopter. French authorities in the Alps region...

    Ukrainian man, 2 French pupils killed in Alpine avalanche
    Jan13

    Ukrainian man, 2 French pupils killed in Alpine avalanche

    Two teenagers and a Ukrainian man were killed when an avalanche swept away skiers in the French Alps, including a group on a school outing, local officials said on Wednesday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Putin, Obama call for de-escalation of Saudi-Iranian tensions
    Jan13

    Putin, Obama call for de-escalation of Saudi-Iranian tensions

    Reuters . Moscow/ New Age Online Russian president Vladimir Putin and US president Barack Obama spoke by telephone on Wednesday and called for an easing of tensions between and Iran and Saudi Arabia, the Kremlin said. The two leaders also discussed Ukraine, a resolution to Syria’s crisis and the situation on the Korean peninsula, a Kremlin...

    Putin and Obama discuss Ukraine and ways of resolving Syrian crisis
    Jan13

    Putin and Obama discuss Ukraine and ways of resolving Syrian crisis

    …read more Source: NEWS.am

    NATO cannot limit defenses
    Jan13

    NATO cannot limit defenses

    Russia insists North Korea defenses are a threat BY ROBIN EMMOTT Reuters BRUSSELS – NATO allies cannot agree to Russian demands to limit their missile defenses because of the threat posed by North Korea, a senior U.S. State Department official said on Tuesday. North Korea’s claim last week to have tested a hydrogen bomb, which would...

    Relatives Of MH17 Crash Victims Demand Release Of Key Data
    Jan13

    Relatives Of MH17 Crash Victims Demand Release Of Key Data

    Relatives of those killed in the MH17 air disaster are demanding the release of what they say is key evidence that could shed light on the tragedy over eastern Ukraine in July 2014. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Three dead, several injured as avalanche strikes in French Alps
    Jan13

    Three dead, several injured as avalanche strikes in French Alps

    The snow slide killed a 14-year-old, a 16-year-old and a Ukrainian adult skier …read more Source: The Globe and...