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    Brussels: NATO ministers agree to deploy 4 battalions in the Black Sea region
    Jun15

    Brussels: NATO ministers agree to deploy 4 battalions in the Black Sea region

    US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, left center, meets with British Secretary of State for Defense Michael Fallon, right, and French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, second right, at NATO headquarters in Brussels. (Source: AP photo) NATO on Tuesday reinforced its defenses against Russia from the Baltic to the Black Sea, delivering what...

    Mourning N.Ireland battle for Euro survival
    Jun15

    Mourning N.Ireland battle for Euro survival

    LYON – Northern Ireland face Ukraine in Lyon on Thursday with both sides needing a win to keep their Euro 2016 knockout stage dreams alive while the Irish are mourning the death of a young fan. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    John Kerry announces talks with Venezuela hours after backing disputed referendum
    Jun15

    John Kerry announces talks with Venezuela hours after backing disputed referendum

    US Secretary of State John Kerry U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced high-level talks to ease tensions with Venezuela’s socialist government on Tuesday, just hours after he backed calls for a referendum that could force President Nicolas Maduro from office. Kerry said the talks would start immediately in Caracas and be led by...

    Japan’s Uniqlo targets global stature with fashion identity
    Jun15

    Japan’s Uniqlo targets global stature with fashion identity

    TOKYO (AP) — Japanese clothing chain Uniqlo has leveraged its prowess in mass production to build a fashion empire filled with shelves upon shelves of affordable, good quality items like down jackets, underwear and T-shirts. Now the 17-nation, 1,734-store retailer is on a quest to beat Western giants like Gap, H&M and Zara to become the...

    U.S. Ex-Ambassadors Spar Over Russia, NATO, And Ukraine
    Jun15

    U.S. Ex-Ambassadors Spar Over Russia, NATO, And Ukraine

    Two former U.S. ambassadors to Russia clashed over past and future assessments of relations between Washington and Moscow, and which country bears the greater responsibility for deepening bilateral tensions. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian Says ‘Tortured’ In Russia As Moscow, Kyiv Exchange More Prisoners
    Jun15

    Ukrainian Says ‘Tortured’ In Russia As Moscow, Kyiv Exchange More Prisoners

    Two Ukrainians have lambasted Russia after being freed from jail there and flown home in the second high-profile prisoner exchange in weeks, with one saying he was tortured and another predicting the …read more Source: Big News...

    Russia and Ukraine Swap Prisoners
    Jun15

    Russia and Ukraine Swap Prisoners

    Russia and Ukraine has exchanged four prisoners in a move coordinated by their governments.The swap follows last month’s release of Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko after two years in a Russian prison.Savchenko was swapped for two Russians convicted of fighting in eastern… …read more Source:...

    Russia and Ukraine free prisoners in latest swap
    Jun15

    Russia and Ukraine free prisoners in latest swap

    Two Ukrainians jailed in Russia have been released and sent home, in a prisoner swap between the two countries. Two alleged pro-Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine were reported to have gone in the opposite direction. …read more Source:...

    Russia and Ukraine free prisoners in latest swap
    Jun15

    Russia and Ukraine free prisoners in latest swap

    Two Ukrainians jailed in Russia have been released and sent home, in a prisoner swap between the two countries. Two alleged pro-Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine were reported to have gone in the opposite direction. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russians on probation
    Jun14

    Russians on probation

    The behavior of some Russian football fans — using that last word in the loosest sense — makes one pine for the days of the Cold War, when these thugs would not have been able to travel abroad. Say what you will about the Iron Curtain: at least it kept the lumpen Russian at home. He is now uncaged and in our midst. Much condemnation has been...