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    Military jet crashes in Ukraine, killing pilot
    Nov11

    Military jet crashes in Ukraine, killing pilot

    KIEV (Reuters) – A Soviet-designed Su-25 jet aircraft crashed in south-eastern Ukraine on Wednesday during a training exercise, killing its pilot, the Ukrainian military said. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Warplane Crashes During Training Flight
    Nov11

    Ukrainian Warplane Crashes During Training Flight

    Ukraine’s Defense Ministry says a Ukrainian Air Force Sukhoi Su-25 warplane crashed during a training flight near Zaporizhzhya on November 11, killing the 23-year-old pilot. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Armenia to participate in European Team Chess Championship for 11th time during history of its independence
    Nov11

    Armenia to participate in European Team Chess Championship for 11th time during history of its independence

    Armenian National Men’s team will participate in European Team Chess Championship for the 11th time in the history of independent Armenia. 36 teams will compete in European Team Chess Championship to be held in the capital of Iceland Reykjavik, November 12-22. The teams of Russia, Ukraine, France, Great Britain, Armenia, Hungary, Poland,...

    Fears of new flareup in Ukraine as violence grows on frontline (AFP)
    Nov11

    Fears of new flareup in Ukraine as violence grows on frontline (AFP)

    Pisky (Ukraine) (AFP) – It’s been only two months since Yelena Krivonos has stopped sleeping in her cellar to hide from shelling, but now that violence has ticked up in eastern Ukraine she is headed back underground. …read more Source: The West...

    A Dystopian Visit to the Dark Future of Splinterland: Where Nationalism Is King, and Humanity Is Truly Suffering
    Nov11

    A Dystopian Visit to the Dark Future of Splinterland: Where Nationalism Is King, and Humanity Is Truly Suffering

    The view from 2050. To stay on top of important articles like these, sign up to receive the latest updates from TomDispatch.com here.Let me start with a confession. I’m old-fashioned and I have an old-fashioned profession. I’m a geo-paleontologist. That means I dig around in archives to exhume the extinct: all the empires and...

    Azerbaijani U19s lose European qualifying round opener to Ukraine
    Nov11

    Azerbaijani U19s lose European qualifying round opener to Ukraine

    Azerbaijani U-19 national football team were beaten 4:0 by Ukraine in the first match of the European Championship qualifying round. …read more Source:...

    Russia set to retaliate against IS after plane bombing, complicating Syria intervention
    Nov11

    Russia set to retaliate against IS after plane bombing, complicating Syria intervention

    “They know they will have to respond. It is not pleasant, but that is the price it pays for its intervention in Syria.” former Israeli ambassador to Russia and Ukraine tells Post. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    US Congress, White House square off over Guantanamo
    Nov11

    US Congress, White House square off over Guantanamo

    The US Congress has voted overwhelmingly in favor of legislation that extends the ban on transferring detainees from Guantanamo Bay to facilities in America, challenging President Barack Obama’s renewed push to close the prison before he leaves office in January of 2017. Only three senators voted against the legislation, with 91 casting...

    The Latest: GOP presidential candidates meet for 4th debate
    Nov11

    The Latest: GOP presidential candidates meet for 4th debate

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Republican presidential candidates are debating for the fourth time in the 2016 nomination contest, this time in Milwaukee, as they compete to narrow down the wide-open contest.Here are the latest developments (all times local):___9:48 p.m.Ohio Gov. John Kasich is trying to show his international chops by taking the debate...

    Fears of new flareup in Ukraine as violence grows on frontline
    Nov11

    Fears of new flareup in Ukraine as violence grows on frontline

    PISKY, Ukraine: It’s been only two months since Yelena Krivonos stopped sleeping in her cellar to hide from shelling, but now that violence has ticked up in eastern Ukraine she is headed back underground. “Combat has begun again,” the 31-year-old mother of two said after taking warm clothing for herself and her children to the...