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    Putin signs decree on Ukrainian goods being sent to Kazakhstan must go via Belarus
    Jan04

    Putin signs decree on Ukrainian goods being sent to Kazakhstan must go via Belarus

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    Serena Williams skips Hopman Cup opener with knee injury
    Jan04

    Serena Williams skips Hopman Cup opener with knee injury

    PERTH, Australia (AP) — Serena Williams has withdrawn from her opening match at the Hopman Cup due to a knee problem, with Vicky Duval filling in for the U.S. team against Ukraine. …read more Source: CNS...

    Dutch to study citizen journalism probe into MH17 downing over Ukraine in 2014
    Jan04

    Dutch to study citizen journalism probe into MH17 downing over Ukraine in 2014

    Dutch prosecutors said Sunday they will “seriously study” claims by citizen journalists to have identified Russian soldiers implicated in the crash of Malaysia Airlines’ Flight MH17, shot down over eastern Ukraine in July 2014. The claims are made by a British-based group of “citizen investigative journalists” called Bellingcat, which...

    Stratfor’s Global Intelligence: Week of Jan. 4, 2016
    Jan04

    Stratfor’s Global Intelligence: Week of Jan. 4, 2016

    BISHKEK (TCA) — The Times of Central Asia presents to its readers Stratfor’s Global Intelligence, a weekly review of the most important events that happened in the world — from Europe to Middle East to Russia to Central Asia to Afghanistan to China and the Americas. The Week That WasLast week, Stratfor published its annual forecast, which...

    Abe says summit with Putin needed to resolve territorial row
    Jan04

    Abe says summit with Putin needed to resolve territorial row

    TOKYO (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Monday that summit talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin must take place in order for the countries to forge a peace treaty. Japan and Russia never signed a peace treaty after World War II because of territorial disputes over islands north of the Japanese island of Hokkaido, which Japan...

    Dutch investigators to study citizen journalism probe into MH17
    Jan04

    Dutch investigators to study citizen journalism probe into MH17

    THE HAGUE: Dutch prosecutors said Sunday they would “seriously study” claims by citizen journalists to have identified Russian soldiers implicated in the crash of flight MH17, shot down over eastern Ukraine in July 2014. The claims are made by a British-based group of “citizen investigative journalists” called Bellingcat, which specialises in...

    Dutch investigators to study citizen journalism report on MH17 crash
    Jan04

    Dutch investigators to study citizen journalism report on MH17 crash

    Dutch prosecutors said Sunday, January 3, they would “seriously study” claims by citizen journalists to have identified Russian soldiers implicated in the crash of flight MH17, shot down over eastern Ukraine in July 2014. The claims are made by a British-based group of “citizen investigative journalists” called Bellingcat,...

    Defence dilemmas: 2016 holds hard choices for Canada’s military
    Jan04

    Defence dilemmas: 2016 holds hard choices for Canada’s military

    By Murray Brewster THE CANADIAN PRESS Harjit Sajjan, Canada’s new defence minister, is uniquely qualified to know how Ottawa’s abstract policy decisions can be bent, twisted and mangled in the far-flung corners of the globe – sometimes to the detriment of those in uniform. He’ll need every ounce of that special understanding as...

    Dutch investigators to study citizen journalism probe into MH17
    Jan04

    Dutch investigators to study citizen journalism probe into MH17

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands – Dutch prosecutors said Sunday, January 3, they would “seriously study” claims by citizen journalists to have identified Russian soldiers implicated in the crash of flight MH17, shot down over eastern Ukraine in July 2014. The claims are made by a British-based group of “citizen investigative...

    Dutch investigators to study citizen journalism probe into MH17
    Jan04

    Dutch investigators to study citizen journalism probe into MH17

    THE HAGUE: Dutch prosecutors said on Sunday (Jan 3) they would “seriously study” claims by citizen journalists to have identified Russian soldiers implicated in the crash of flight MH17, shot down over eastern Ukraine in July 2014.The claims are made by a British-based group of “citizen investigative journalists” called...