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    A US Army vet is suing a gun range for declaring itself ‘Muslim-free’
    Feb19

    A US Army vet is suing a gun range for declaring itself ‘Muslim-free’

    Getty ImagesA US Army veteran and reservist is suing a gun range in Oklahoma that declared itself “Muslim-free” last summer, after the owners refused to allow him to use the facility and accused him of planning to murder them as an act of “jihad,” according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday. The news of the lawsuit against Save...

    World Briefing: Ukraine: Unicef Warns of Conflict’s Toll on Children
    Feb19

    World Briefing: Ukraine: Unicef Warns of Conflict’s Toll on Children

    More than 500,000 children in eastern Ukraine have been “deeply affected” by the trauma of living through the violence between government forces and insurgents that began two years ago, Unicef said. …read more Source: The New York...

    Tennis: Czech Strycova knocks Ivanovic out of Dubai
    Feb19

    Tennis: Czech Strycova knocks Ivanovic out of Dubai

    DUBAI (AFP) – The depleted Dubai Tennis Championships lost another popular drawcard on Thursday as Czech Barbora Strycova defeated former number one Ana Ivanovic 7-6 (7/5), 6-3.The quarter-final exit of the Serb drove another nail into the only WTA tournament in history to lose all eight seeds as none won a single match to exit in the first...

    Tennis: Nadal through to last eight in Rio
    Feb19

    Tennis: Nadal through to last eight in Rio

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AFP) – Rafael Nadal won through to the quarter-finals of the clay-court event in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday, beating compatriot Nicolas Almagro in straight sets 6-3, 7-5.The troubled Mallorcan is the top seed in what is his second tournament since being humbled in the first round of the Australian Open.Beaten in the...

    UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children
    Feb19

    UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) ” The United Nations children’s agency says the conflict in Ukraine has deeply affected 580,000 children close to the front lines and in areas not under government control in the volatile east.UNICEF said in… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children
    Feb19

    UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children

    The United Nations children’s agency says the conflict in Ukraine has deeply affected 580,000 children close to the front lines and in areas not under government control in the volatile east. UNICEF said in a statement released late Thursday that 200,000 youngsters — more than a third — need psycho-social support. Giovanna Barberis,...

    UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children
    Feb19

    UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children

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    Ukraine’s ruling coalition collapses
    Feb19

    Ukraine’s ruling coalition collapses

    Ukraine’s ruling coalition collapsed on Thursday after the departure of Samopomich Party. …read more Source: <a href=http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2016-02/18/c_135111020.htm target=_blank title="Ukraine’s ruling coalition collapses”...

    UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children
    Feb19

    UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United Nations children’s agency says the conflict in Ukraine has deeply affected 580,000 children close to the front lines and in areas not under government control in the volatile east. UNICEF said in a statement released late Thursday that 200,000 youngsters — more than a third — need psycho-social support....

    UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children
    Feb19

    UN says conflict in Ukraine has affected 580,000 children

    The United Nations children’s agency says the conflict in Ukraine has deeply affected 580,000 children close to the front lines and in areas not under government control in the volatile east. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...