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    Arsenal, Barca resume one-sided rivalry in Champions League
    Feb22

    Arsenal, Barca resume one-sided rivalry in Champions League

    Arsenal and Barcelona resume their decade-long rivalry in the Champions League this week. It’s been a one-sided tale. It started in 2006 when Barcelona came from behind against 10 men to score two late goals and win 2-1 in the final in Paris. Arsenal hasn’t reached the title match since. Barcelona won 6-3 over two legs in the 2010...

    Barcelona rivals falter, referee grabs headlines in Germany
    Feb22

    Barcelona rivals falter, referee grabs headlines in Germany

    Chelsea’s Bertrand Traore, second from left, scores by a header during the English FA Cup soccer match between Chelsea and Manchester City at the Stamford Bridge stadium in London on Sunday.(AP/Frank Augstein)Barcelona’s main title rivals both faltered in Spain and a referee grabbed the headlines in Germany on Sunday when he stopped a...

    The Haphazard Invention of Romania
    Feb22

    The Haphazard Invention of Romania

    Aram Bakshian Jr. Politics, Europe Robert Kaplan describes a country uniquely defined by its troubles. Robert D. Kaplan, In Europe’s Shadow: Two Cold Wars and a Thirty Year Journey Through Romania and Beyond (New York: Random House, 2016), 336 pp., $28.00. PRINCE METTERNICH once remarked, “the Balkans start at the Rennweg.” The Hapsburg...

    US dominates arms trade as Asia, Mid-East boost imports
    Feb22

    US dominates arms trade as Asia, Mid-East boost imports

    Stockholm, Sweden – The global transfer of major arms has risen in recent years, with the United States increasing its dominance of the trade while the flow of weaponry to Africa, Asia and the Middle East has increased, a new study published Monday showed. According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) report, the...

    Fighting in Ukraine Picks Up Sharply
    Feb22

    Fighting in Ukraine Picks Up Sharply

    A resumption of hostilities suggests that Russia, which supports the rebels, is willing to sustain the conflict there as well as in Syria. …read more Source: The New York...

    Ukraine picks Crimean Tatar for Eurovision
    Feb22

    Ukraine picks Crimean Tatar for Eurovision

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukrainians have chosen a Crimean Tatar singer and her song about the mass deportation of Tatars under Josef Stalin as the country’s entry for this year’s Eurovision song contest. …read more Source: U.S....

    Ukraine picks Crimean Tatar for Eurovision
    Feb22

    Ukraine picks Crimean Tatar for Eurovision

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    France, Germany urge Ukraine to implement reforms (AFP)
    Feb22

    France, Germany urge Ukraine to implement reforms (AFP)

    Berlin (AFP) – The French and German foreign ministers, who head to Kiev for talks on Monday, have urged Ukraine to push forward with reforms in the spirit of the movement that ousted Russian-backed president Viktor Yanukovych two years ago. …read more Source: The West...

    Ukraine picks Crimean Tatar for Eurovision singing contest
    Feb22

    Ukraine picks Crimean Tatar for Eurovision singing contest

    MOSCOW (AP) ” Ukrainians have chosen a Crimean Tatar singer and her song about the mass deportation of Tatars under Josef Stalin as the country’s entry for this year’s Eurovision song contest.Susana Jamaladinova, who performs under… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Ukraine picks Crimean Tatar for Eurovision singing contest
    Feb22

    Ukraine picks Crimean Tatar for Eurovision singing contest

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukrainians have chosen a Crimean Tatar singer and her song about the mass deportation of Tatars under Josef Stalin as the country’s entry for this year’s Eurovision song contest. …read more Source: CNS...