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    India sentences crew of US-owned ship to 5 years in jail
    Jan12

    India sentences crew of US-owned ship to 5 years in jail

    NEW DELHI (AP) — A news report says an Indian court has sentenced the crew of an American-owned ship to five years in prison for illegally entering Indian waters while carrying weapons and ammunition. In its report late Monday, the Press Trust of India news agency, or PTI, said the 35-member crew includes British, Ukrainian and Estonian...

    Interview with Mykola Kulinich Ukrainian Ambussador
    Jan12

    Interview with Mykola Kulinich Ukrainian Ambussador

    Oksana Bobechko interviewed Dr. Mykola A. Kulinich, Ambassador of Ukraine in Australia. Plans for the future.(Інтерв’ю з Миколою Кулінічем новопризначеним надзвичайним і повноважним послом України в Австралії. Погляд в минуле та плани на майбутнє. ) …read more Source:...

    India sentences 35 crew of US anti-piracy ship
    Jan12

    India sentences 35 crew of US anti-piracy ship

    Chennai, January 11 An Indian court today sentenced 35 sailors, including several from Britain, Estonia and Ukraine, for illegally entering Indian waters carrying weapons aboard a US-operated anti-piracy boat in 2013. A Tamil Nadu judge ordered all 35 crew present in the court to serve five years in jail, the prosecutor in the case, S...

    Putin Describes EU Sanctions As ‘Theater Of The Absurd’
    Jan12

    Putin Describes EU Sanctions As ‘Theater Of The Absurd’

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has described European Union sanctions imposed on Moscow over its interference in Ukraine as “absurd.” In an interview with Germany’s Bild newspaper published on Janua …read more Source: Big News...

    Sydney travel firm offering Crimea tour accused of ‘selling out’ to MH17 accused
    Jan12

    Sydney travel firm offering Crimea tour accused of ‘selling out’ to MH17 accused

    Sydney-based Gateway Travel defends plans to take tourists on excursions around Crimea, saying ‘tough luck if the Ukrainian government doesn’t like it’An Australian travel company has been accused of “selling out” to those blamed for the shooting down of flight MH17 after announcing plans to organise tours of Crimea, which was annexed...

    Sydney travel firm offering Crimea tour accused of ‘selling out’ to MH17 accused
    Jan12

    Sydney travel firm offering Crimea tour accused of ‘selling out’ to MH17 accused

    Sydney-based Gateway Travel defends plans to take tourists on excursions around Crimea, saying ‘tough luck if the Ukrainian government doesn’t like it’An Australian travel company has been accused of “selling out” to those blamed for the shooting down of flight MH17 after announcing plans to organise tours of Crimea, which was annexed...

    Tennis: Kerber survives ‘extreme heat’ test in Sydney
    Jan12

    Tennis: Kerber survives ‘extreme heat’ test in Sydney

    SYDNEY (AFP) – Germanys Angelique Kerber overcame the loss of the first set on a day of extreme heat in Sydney as she maintained her build-up to next weeks Australian Open on Monday.The fourth seed, one of the few members of the womens world top 10 not to be hit by injury in the lead-up to the years first Grand Slam, came from a set down to...

    Global Gender Gap Report 2015 – Reports
    Jan12

    Global Gender Gap Report 2015 – Reports

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    Past and Present Islamist, Democratic and Nazi International Brigades
    Jan11

    Past and Present Islamist, Democratic and Nazi International Brigades

    Photo from Public Domain Introduction The Islamic State (IS) has become a magnet for international brigades, drawing over 30,000 fighters from 5 continents and 86 countries to their war in Iraq and Syria. While the international brigades are part of a global movement, most of the volunteers come from two-dozen countries, mainly in the Middle...

    Western sanctions severely harming Russia: Putin
    Jan11

    Western sanctions severely harming Russia: Putin

    MOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin acknowledged on Monday in an interview with German daily Bild that Western economic sanctions over the Ukraine crisis are affecting Russia. “Concerning our possibilities on the international financial markets, the sanctions are severely harming Russia,” he said in a long interview, calling the EU sanctions “a...