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    Ukraine withdraws from nuclear construction deal with Russia
    Sep16

    Ukraine withdraws from nuclear construction deal with Russia

    Ukraine’s parliament on Wednesday voted to unilaterally scrap an agreement to jointly build with Russia two reactors at the Khmelnitsky Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in western Ukraine, the parliament’s press service said. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine intends to increase foreign exchange reserves to $34 billion in 4 years
    Sep16

    Ukraine intends to increase foreign exchange reserves to $34 billion in 4 years

    Kiev is planning to increase foreign exchange reserves to $34 billion over four years, the head of the National Bank of Ukraine Valeria Gontareva said. …read more Source: Kazakh...

    Russia jails two for pro-Ukrainian graffiti
    Sep16

    Russia jails two for pro-Ukrainian graffiti

    MOSCOW (AFP) – A Russian court on Wednesday sentenced two young men to prison sentences for painting Soviet statues in the colours of the Ukrainian flag and daubing pro-Kiev graffiti.The pair — Kirill Korzhavin and Vladislav Shipovalov — were among four men found guilty of smearing a statue of Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin in...

    Armenia’s Levon Aronian out of Chess World Cup in Baku
    Sep16

    Armenia’s Levon Aronian out of Chess World Cup in Baku

    Armenian GM Levon Aronian leaves the Chess World Cup in Baku. Armenia’s leading chess player lost to Alexander Areshchenko of Ukraine in a tiebreak. Other representatives of Armenia Gabriel Sargsyan, Hrant Melkumyan and Samvel Ter-Sahakyan had left the competition at an earlier stage. …read more Source: Public Radio of...

    Topless Protesters Expose Radical Islam’s Real Boobs
    Sep16

    Topless Protesters Expose Radical Islam’s Real Boobs

    Bare-breasted activists may have stormed the stage of a Muslim conference near Paris, but the true vulgarity is how too many of Islam’s leaders want women treated. This past weekend, in a Paris suburb, two topless young women from the feminist organization Femen stormed the stage at the Salon Musulman du Val d’Oise, or the “Muslim...

    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Blames Europe’s Refugee Crisis on Western Powers
    Sep16

    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Blames Europe’s Refugee Crisis on Western Powers

    Since the Syrian Civil War began in 2011 between President Bashar al-Assad’s government and rebels, Russia has played a strategic role in the resolving of the crisis on the world stage . . DAMASCUS – Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has blamed Europe’s refugee crisis on Western support for “terrorists”, as people fleeing his...

    Ukraine PM urges parliament to vote ‘yes’ to debt deal
    Sep16

    Ukraine PM urges parliament to vote ‘yes’ to debt deal

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk urged parliament on Wednesday to vote in favour of a government debt restructuring deal, saying not backing it amounted to supporting a default. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine PM urges parliament to vote 'yes' to debt deal
    Sep16

    Ukraine PM urges parliament to vote 'yes' to debt deal

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk urged parliament on Wednesday to vote in favour of a government debt restructuring deal, saying not backing it amounted to supporting a default. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine withdraws from nuclear construction deal with Russia
    Sep16

    Ukraine withdraws from nuclear construction deal with Russia

    Ukraine’s parliament on Wednesday voted to unilaterally scrap an agreement to jointly build with Russia two reactors at the Khmelnitsky Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in western Ukraine, the parliament’s press service said. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    International monitors: Cease-fire in eastern Ukraine holds
    Sep16

    International monitors: Cease-fire in eastern Ukraine holds

    MOSCOW (AP) — International observers in eastern Ukraine say that a cease-fire there has been holding for two weeks now.More than 8,000 people have been …read more Source: Taiwan...