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    Donald Trump Says He’d Meet With Kim Jong-un To Talk About North Korea’s Nukes
    May18

    Donald Trump Says He’d Meet With Kim Jong-un To Talk About North Korea’s Nukes

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is willing to talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to try to stop Pyongyang’s nuclear program, Trump told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday.In a wide-ranging discussion, Trump also said he disapproved of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions in eastern Ukraine, called for a...

    Donald Trump Says He Would Talk Directly To North Korean President Kim Jong Un
    May18

    Donald Trump Says He Would Talk Directly To North Korean President Kim Jong Un

    NEW YORK, May 17 (Reuters) – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is willing to talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to try to stop Pyongyang’s nuclear program, Trump told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday.In a wide-ranging discussion, Trump also said he disapproved of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions in...

    ‘The Sound of God’: In Iraq, US Airpower Bolsters the Peshmerga’s Fight Against ISIS
    May17

    ‘The Sound of God’: In Iraq, US Airpower Bolsters the Peshmerga’s Fight Against ISIS

    MOSUL FRONT, Iraq—The old peshmerga general smiled at the sound of the U.S. fighter jets. “That’s the sound of God,” he said. Gen. Omar Hama Ali Farag held a pair of binoculars to his eyes, scanning Islamic State positions about a mile away, across the Great Zab River in the direction of Mosul. “There’s two Daesh fighters hiding...

    Eurovision winner Jamala criticizes Russian media
    May17

    Eurovision winner Jamala criticizes Russian media

    ‘I would like that people learn the truth about what is happening in Crimea,’ says Tatar singer from Ukraine …read more Source: Anadolu...

    A tale of tulips, from ancient beginnings to contemporary spectacle
    May17

    A tale of tulips, from ancient beginnings to contemporary spectacle

    The other day I heard a radio contest in which the caller was asked to identify the country that embraced the tulip as its national flower: the Ukraine, Turkey or Holland. Naturally the caller guessed Holland and even the hosts seemed shocked when they revealed that the tulip is actually the national flower of Turkey. In fact, today 14 species of...

    People smugglers take advantage of Schengen to try to sneak Ukraine migrants into Britain
    May17

    People smugglers take advantage of Schengen to try to sneak Ukraine migrants into Britain

    FIVE people smugglers have been arrested for transporting migrants in yachts in a bid to reach the UK. …read more Source:...

    Eurovision 2016: Ukraine’s win rouses a chorus of anger and suspicion in Russia
    May17

    Eurovision 2016: Ukraine’s win rouses a chorus of anger and suspicion in Russia

    Russians are fulminating about an “information war” and blaming the United States after a Ukrainian beat their nation’s odds-on favourite in the song contest. …read more Source: The Sydney Morning...

    News24.com | Migrant yacht smuggling network busted
    May17

    News24.com | Migrant yacht smuggling network busted

    French police have broken up a smuggling network that used yachts to transport migrants to Britain after finding seven Ukrainians stowed away on a boat on the French coast. …read more Source:...

    OSCE Chief: More Diplomacy Needed on Ukraine
    May17

    OSCE Chief: More Diplomacy Needed on Ukraine

    The head of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) says stepped up international diplomacy is needed to prevent the situation in Ukraine from becoming an intractable conflict. “The risk of the frozen conflict remains, if there is no progress at the political level,” Lamberto Zannier told VOA. “The more this drags on, in a...

    New Police Force Finds Old Habits Die Hard in Ukraine
    May17

    New Police Force Finds Old Habits Die Hard in Ukraine

    The launch of Ukraine’s new police patrol force last year sparked an internet craze of citizens posting selfies with newly recruited officers. Their popularity stemmed not from their uniforms, body cameras and tablets, but the fact they did not demand bribes. The most visibly successful reform to have emerged from the pro-European Maidan...