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    Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov Proceeds to 1/8 Finals in Paris After Defeating Cilic
    Nov04

    Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov Proceeds to 1/8 Finals in Paris After Defeating Cilic

    The best Bulgarian male tennis player Grigor Dimitrov proceeded to the 1/8 finals of the BNP Paribas Masters, which is taking place in Paris between November 2 and 8. Dimitrov defeated Marin Cilic from Croatia with 7:6 (3), 7:6 (2) in a match from the second round of the tournament, which was played on Wednesday. The Bulgarian did not record any...

    Ukraine risks losing foreign support over reform delay, PM says
    Nov04

    Ukraine risks losing foreign support over reform delay, PM says

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine risks losing the support of its Western backers if squabbles between the government and parliament delay or derail its reform efforts, Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Wednesday. …read more Source: The...

    St. Marks Is Dead, Long Live St. Marks
    Nov04

    St. Marks Is Dead, Long Live St. Marks

    Chad Griffith / Zak Bickel / The AtlanticI’ve lately begun collecting old tourist guides to New York City. Most of them don’t even mention St. Marks Place, which may at first seem not so surprising. St. Marks is an unusually tiny street. It runs for just three blocks, between Astor Place and Tompkins Square Park, and you can walk the...

    Former IAAF head investigated in Russia doping probe
    Nov04

    Former IAAF head investigated in Russia doping probe

    PARIS (AP) — Former IAAF President Lamine Diack has been placed under criminal investigation on corruption and money-laundering charges, suspected of taking at least 200,000 euros ($220,000) from Russia to cover up positive doping tests, French authorities said Wednesday. The French office that handles financial prosecutions said a legal adviser...

    Any revolutionary attempt is unique
    Nov04

    Any revolutionary attempt is unique

    “Historic regularities” are not the rules of physics Exactly 12 years ago, on 2 November 2003, parliamentary elections were held in Georgia, which because a cause (or may be a reason) for the “rose revolution”. Prior to these elections, Georgia’s citizens’ discontent with the power of the then President of Georgia Eduard Shevardnadze...

    NATO tests its capabilities _ and wants Russia to take note
    Nov04

    NATO tests its capabilities _ and wants Russia to take note

    ZARAGOZA, Spain (AP) — NATO is putting on its most fearsome display of military might in over a decade, a choreographed large-scale movement of soldiers, ships and planes meant to hone and test its capabilities as well as transmit a clear signal to Russia and other real or possible foes.”We’re sending a message to any potential...

    Mystery of Sinai crash plane deepens
    Nov04

    Mystery of Sinai crash plane deepens

    The absence of a distress call from the pilots and “unusual” sounds may indicate that whatever happened took place suddenly. ||| Moscow/ Cairo/ New York – Moments before the Metrojet Airbus passenger jet crashed into the Sinai desert, killing 224 people, unusual sounds were heard from within the cockpit then a flash of light was detected in...

    ‘Dire’ Situation To Worsen With Winter In East Ukraine: Rights Commissioner
    Nov04

    ‘Dire’ Situation To Worsen With Winter In East Ukraine: Rights Commissioner

    The Council of Europe’s human rights commissioner, Nils Muiznieks, who was allowed to travel to separatist-controlled areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions for the first time this summer, discussed his findings with RFE/RL’s Rikard Jozwiak in Brussels. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    NATO tests its capabilities — and wants Russia to take note
    Nov04

    NATO tests its capabilities — and wants Russia to take note

    For more than a year, the 28-nation alliance has been in the throes of a major makeover, largely in response to Russia’s annexation of Crimea and support for a pro-Russia separatist insurgency in eastern Ukraine, but also to better meet the new types of security threat represented by Islamic State and other armed extremist Muslim...

    Egypt, Britain Call for ‘Tightest’ Security at Sharm El-Sheikh
    Nov04

    Egypt, Britain Call for ‘Tightest’ Security at Sharm El-Sheikh

    Egypt’s president and Britain’s prime minister have agreed on the need for tighter security at the Egyptian resort Sharm El-Sheikh, the starting point for a Russian jetliner that crashed over the Sinai Peninsula on Saturday. According to the British prime minister’s office, David Cameron and President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi spoke...