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    5 troops killed in fighting in eastern Ukraine
    Jan30

    5 troops killed in fighting in eastern Ukraine

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    Could police quiz Black Widow over husband’s death?
    Jan30

    Could police quiz Black Widow over husband’s death?

    The protracted Ukrainian police probe into the death of Barry Pring, 47, in Kiev in February 2008 has been dogged by allegations of corruption, incompetence and a cover-up. …read more Source: Daily...

    The Latest: Prominent US basketball coach criticizes order
    Jan30

    The Latest: Prominent US basketball coach criticizes order

    Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr expressed dismay over President Donald Trump’s executive order that bans citizens of seven majority Muslim countries from entering the United States. The president of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., says in a letter to students, faculty and staff that Trump’s executive order troubles...

    From Ukraine with love: Postcards pay tribute to war dead
    Jan30

    From Ukraine with love: Postcards pay tribute to war dead

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) ” Most postcards carry a simple sentiment: Wish you were here. But the cards Anastasia Taylor-Lind and Alisa Sopova are mailing randomly to people around the globe convey a haunting message: Wish this stranger… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    From Ukraine With Love: Postcards Pay Tribute to War Dead
    Jan30

    From Ukraine With Love: Postcards Pay Tribute to War Dead

    Imagine opening your mailbox and finding a postcard from eastern Ukraine informing you that someone you’ve never met died in armed conflict there …read more Source: ABC...

    Ukraine Wants a Wall to Keep Russia Out
    Jan30

    Ukraine Wants a Wall to Keep Russia Out

    As rumors mount of a Trump-Putin deal on Ukraine, some in Kiev talk about walling off the Russian-sponsored east. For others, thats anathema. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Kazakhstan Loses Censorship Battle in U.S. Courts — But Silences Opposition Website Anyway
    Jan30

    Kazakhstan Loses Censorship Battle in U.S. Courts — But Silences Opposition Website Anyway

    Image: Flag of Kazakhstan. Stock Photo. Kazakhstan has given up trying to use the U.S. court system to identify those who obtained and published a number of Kazakh officials’ embarrassing emails. The outcome in Kazakhstan’s nasty campaign was a victory for journalists and dissidents who have made a conscious decision to live overseas...

    The Iraq war ended the idea of Pax Americana: Emma Sky
    Jan30

    The Iraq war ended the idea of Pax Americana: Emma Sky

    Emma Sky, an officer of the British Empire (OBE), served as the political advisor to the US General Ray Odierno during the Iraq war. She was in India recently as part of the ZEE Jaipur Literary Festival. In an interview to DNA, she speaks about a host of things including her 2015 book, The Unraveling: High Hopes and Missed Opportunities in Iraq....

    Will Trump be Prosecuted for War Crimes?
    Jan30

    Will Trump be Prosecuted for War Crimes?

    Consequences for President Donald Trump’s rhetoric differ substantively from those of Candidate Trump as such may affect his personal culpability over potential crimes under international law and now that he is Commander in Chief. Incitement may be enough to create criminal culpability. However, being in the chain of command, at the very...

    GOP warns Trump not to lift Russia sanctions after call with Putin
    Jan30

    GOP warns Trump not to lift Russia sanctions after call with Putin

    WASHINGTON — A day after Donald Trump’s first call as president with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, leading congressional Republicans made clear they oppose any attempt by the new administration to wipe away U.S. penalties imposed on Moscow by the Obama White House. “I’m absolutely opposed to lifting sanctions on the Russians,” Senate...