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    Ukraine to start NATO talks: Russia angry, the West uncertain
    Jul16

    Ukraine to start NATO talks: Russia angry, the West uncertain

    Ukraine will start talks on joining NATO, President Petro Poroshenko announced on Monday, a move likely to strain already tense relations between the West and Ukraine’s neighbour Russia. …read more Source: France...

    What Politicos Are Reading This Summer
    Jul16

    What Politicos Are Reading This Summer

    “There are two motives for reading a book,” once wrote Nobel Laureate Bertrand Russell. “One, that you enjoy it; the other, that you can boast about it.” It does make you wonder what Russell would have thought of today’s political scene, where there’s no surer mark of fame than whether strangers are willing to read about what...

    Dr. Gorka says he’s going to be Trump’s ‘pitbull’ — here’s why
    Jul16

    Dr. Gorka says he’s going to be Trump’s ‘pitbull’ — here’s why

    Dr. Sebastian Gorka told Sean Hannity that he was willing to be President Donald Trump’s “pit bull” in order to push back on what he saw as biased attacks by the media. He explained what that meant on Hannity’s Fox News show Friday. “I just want to point out,” Hannity began, “factually, 50-year reruns of Yogi Bear and 25-plus reruns...

    MH17 — What Happened?
    Jul16

    MH17 — What Happened?

    What exactly do we know about the events of July 17, 2014, when Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 was blown out of the sky over Ukraine, killing 298 people? …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Australia says MH17 perpetrators may be tried in absentia
    Jul16

    Australia says MH17 perpetrators may be tried in absentia

    SYDNEY – The perpetrators who brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in July 2014, killing all 298 aboard, may be tried in absentia, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Sunday. , Most of those on board the Boeing 777 were Dutch, but others came from 17 countries, including 38 Australians. It was shot down by a Russian-made...

    Australia says MH17 perpetrators may be tried in absentia
    Jul16

    Australia says MH17 perpetrators may be tried in absentia

    The perpetrators who brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in July 2014, killing all 298 aboard, may be tried in absentia, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Sunday. Most of those on board the Boeing 777 were Dutch, but others came from 17 countries, including 38 Australians. It was shot down by a Russian-made Buk missile over...

    MH17 perpetrators may be tried in absentia, says Australia
    Jul16

    MH17 perpetrators may be tried in absentia, says Australia

    SYDNEY: The perpetrators who brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in July 2014, killing all 298 aboard, may be tried in absentia, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said today. Most of those on board the Boeing 777 were Dutch, but others came from 17 countries, including 38 Australians. It was shot down by a Russian-made Buk missile...

    Australia Says MH17 Perpetrators May Be Tried in Absentia
    Jul16

    Australia Says MH17 Perpetrators May Be Tried in Absentia

    SYDNEY—The perpetrators who brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in July 2014, killing all 298 aboard, may be tried in absentia, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Sunday. Most of those on board the Boeing 777 were Dutch, but others came from 17 countries, including 38 Australians. It was shot down by a Russian-made Buk...

    Australia Urges Russia To Cooperate With Initiatives To Prosecute MH17 Suspects
    Jul16

    Australia Urges Russia To Cooperate With Initiatives To Prosecute MH17 Suspects

    Australia has urged Russia to cooperate with new moves to prosecute suspected perpetrators, who brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in July 2014, killing all 298 aboard. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia’s Next Super Weapons: Big Aircraft Carriers and Nuclear-Powered Destroyers?
    Jul16

    Russia’s Next Super Weapons: Big Aircraft Carriers and Nuclear-Powered Destroyers?

    Dave Majumdar Security, Europe Could this happen? Russia is likely to build larger surface combatants in the coming years—with larger corvettes and frigates in the works. However, Moscow is not likely to spend large sums of money to build massive new vessels such as the gargantuan 14,000-ton Leader-class nuclear-powered destroyers or 100,000-ton...