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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Putin’s Charm Offensive
    Sep21

    Putin’s Charm Offensive

    The Russian president has been sending pointed signals he means to freeze the war in Ukraine and help fight ISIS. Is the West testing him? …read more Source: The Daily...

    Azerbaijani businessman missing in Ukraine reportedly killed by Armenians
    Sep21

    Azerbaijani businessman missing in Ukraine reportedly killed by Armenians

    Azerbaijani businessman, diaspora activist, who went missing in Ukraine’ Kherson city this year in July, has been reportedly killed. …read more Source:...

    Crimea Again at the Center of Ukraine Dispute with Russia
    Sep21

    Crimea Again at the Center of Ukraine Dispute with Russia

    Kiev recently banned dozens of journalists, celebrities and politicians from entering the country. …read more Source:...

    Crimean Tatars Block Land Access To Crimea
    Sep21

    Crimean Tatars Block Land Access To Crimea

    Hundreds of Crimean Tatars have blocked roads leading from the Crimea region to rest of Ukraine to protest Russia’s March 2014 annexation of the Black Sea Peninsula. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    We need Vladimir Putin’s help to kill ISIS even though he is an ogre
    Sep21

    We need Vladimir Putin’s help to kill ISIS even though he is an ogre

    Vladimir Putin is accused of annexing Crimea, destabilising Ukraine and stashing billions in foreigh banks to fund a lavish retirement – but might we have to join his crusade to crush ISIS? …read more Source: Daily...

    International Peace Day 2015: History Of The United Nations Day Devoted To Strengthening The Ideals Of Peace
    Sep21

    International Peace Day 2015: History Of The United Nations Day Devoted To Strengthening The Ideals Of Peace

    As conflicts continue to rage in Ukraine, Syria and locations around Asia, Africa and South America, International Peace Day is perhaps a timely reminder of the alternatives that exist to violence. The day, which falls on Sept. 21 each year, was first observed in 1982 after a resolution sponsored by the United Kingdom and Costa Rica was adopted...

    Russian chief rabbi: Jews are safe here long-term
    Sep21

    Russian chief rabbi: Jews are safe here long-term

    Western sanctions over the Kremlin’s role in fomenting unrest in Ukraine, as well as declining oil revenues, have severely stressed Russia’s economy. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    In first Ukraine trip, NATO chief tries balancing act on Russia
    Sep21

    In first Ukraine trip, NATO chief tries balancing act on Russia

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – With a troubled peace plan for the Ukrainian conflict nearing its deadline, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg will attempt a balancing act to reassure Kiev of the West’s support without antagonising Moscow when he visits Ukraine on Monday. …read more Source: The...

    Photos of 19 abandoned places give us an eerie look at a world without humans
    Sep21

    Photos of 19 abandoned places give us an eerie look at a world without humans

    Have you ever wondered what the world would look like without humans? Abandoned cities like Pripyat, Ukraine, and forgotten amusement parks like Dreamland in Beijing, China, give us an idea of what that world might look like if we weren’t around anymore. Thanks to Instagram, it’s easy to take a virtual tour of these abandoned places...

    Canada was actively pursuing possible purchase of Mistral-class ships – initiative on hold because of election
    Sep21

    Canada was actively pursuing possible purchase of Mistral-class ships – initiative on hold because of election

    Canada was actively pursuing — at the political level — the possible acquisition of the controversial French-built Mistral-class helicopter carriers, several defence, diplomatic and military industry sources have told Murray Brewster of The Canadian Press. Here is the rest of his Canadian Press article: The effort has ground to halt, however,...