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    John Kerry to meet Putin for tough talks on Syria and Ukraine
    Dec15

    John Kerry to meet Putin for tough talks on Syria and Ukraine

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is on his way to Moscow for his second trip to Russia this year. …read more Source: Toronto...

    Kerry flies to Moscow to discuss Syria, Ukraine strife, weigh Assad’s fate, press for eased Turkey tensions
    Dec14

    Kerry flies to Moscow to discuss Syria, Ukraine strife, weigh Assad’s fate, press for eased Turkey tensions

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is heading to Russia for talks aimed at narrowing gaps with Russian leaders over a political transition to end Syria’s civil war and restoring stability in eastern Ukraine. After spending last week at climate talks outside the French capital, Kerry leaves Paris on Monday for Moscow, where he will […] The...

    Bioterrorism threat: Matter of concern
    Dec14

    Bioterrorism threat: Matter of concern

    With current technology, an enemy could complete a BW attack before the local commander or medical officer would know anything had happened. Increasing numbers of casualties would be present in a shorter period than a natural epidemic The grim specter of biological warfare and bioterrorism is real. Biological warfare is the intentional use of...

    US, Russia to discuss Assad’s future
    Dec14

    US, Russia to discuss Assad’s future

    US Secretary of State John Kerry will try to reach agreement with Russia over the role of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in any political transition. ||| Paris – US Secretary of State John Kerry will use talks in Moscow on Tuesday to try to narrow differences with Russian leader Vladimir Putin over the role of Syrian President Bashar...

    Western arms makers see sales fall, Russia rises: SIPRI
    Dec14

    Western arms makers see sales fall, Russia rises: SIPRI

    Arms manufacturers in North America and Western Europe dominated international arms sales in 2014, but their market share dropped while Russian and Asian companies saw theirs rise, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) reported Monday. Total turnover for the 100 biggest arms and military services companies declined for the...

    Newsmakers: The very worst of 2015
    Dec14

    Newsmakers: The very worst of 2015

    ENTERTAINMENT TV and movies are supposed to bring joy. Jaime Weinman highlights some entertainment that proved to be let-downs and troubled. (Everett Collection) ‘Sesame Street’ It was launched as a populist kids’ show, set in the inner city and aimed at children who didn’t have a lot of money. Now it’s moving to HBO, the...

    Activists Take to the Top of Lviv City Hall to Highlight Human Rights in Ukraine
    Dec14

    Activists Take to the Top of Lviv City Hall to Highlight Human Rights in Ukraine

    Volodymyr Beglov, a Ukrainian journalist and civic activist, reading the Declaration of Human Rights in Lviv. Image by Yurko Dyachyshyn. On December 10—International Human Rights Day—Ukrainian civic activists, journalists, and lawyers came together at the very top of Lviv City Hall to read aloud an important document—the Universal Declaration of...

    EU leaders set to extend Russia sanctions at summit
    Dec14

    EU leaders set to extend Russia sanctions at summit

    EU leaders will debate sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine conflict at a summit this week and are expected to extend them for six months, foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said Monday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Kerry heads to Moscow for tough talks on Syria and Ukraine with Russia’s Putin
    Dec14

    Kerry heads to Moscow for tough talks on Syria and Ukraine with Russia’s Putin

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    Kerry heads to Moscow for tough Syria, Ukraine talks
    Dec14

    Kerry heads to Moscow for tough Syria, Ukraine talks

    PARIS (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is heading to Russia to try and narrow gaps with Russian leaders over a political transition to… …read more Source:...