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    OSCE limits Ukraine patrols after American’s death
    Apr28

    OSCE limits Ukraine patrols after American’s death

    © AFP/File | OSCE monitors work near Lugansk on April 25, 2017, to inspect the site where an OSCE patrol vehicle was destroyed by an explosion on April 23 KIEV: The OSCE said Friday it was limiting its patrols of Ukraine’s eastern war zone after the death of a US paramedic in an apparent mine blast last weekend. The deputy head of the...

    Ro Khanna Wants to Give Working-Class Households $1 Trillion
    Apr28

    Ro Khanna Wants to Give Working-Class Households $1 Trillion

    Ro Khanna has a $1 trillion plan to fatten Americans’ wallets.The newly elected member of Congress, who represents Silicon Valley, has become a loud progressive voice on the Hill during his brief tenure there. The way he sees it, Democrats have failed by not offering families a radical plan to end wage stagnation and bring prosperity to the...

    Will Political Normality Return in 2017?
    Apr28

    Will Political Normality Return in 2017?

    If 2016 was the year that populist protest triumphed in Britain (Brexit) and the United States (Trump), 2017 is shaping up as the year that political normality reasserts itself. Three events in three different Western democracies confirm that some of the familiar laws of political gravity do still operate.The most spectacular of the events is...

    OSCE limits Ukraine patrols after American’s death (AFP)
    Apr28

    OSCE limits Ukraine patrols after American’s death (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – The OSCE said Friday it was limiting its patrols of Ukraine’s eastern war zone after the death of a US paramedic in an apparent mine blast last weekend. …read more Source: The West...

    Merkel to discuss Ukrainian crisis, Syria with Putin
    Apr28

    Merkel to discuss Ukrainian crisis, Syria with Putin

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to discuss the situation in Syria and Ukraine during the talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Sochi on May 2, German government spokesman, Steffen Seibert, told a press briefing in Berlin on Friday, APA reported citing TASS. …read more Source:...

    Germany Says Reviving G-8 with Russia ‘not up for Debate’
    Apr28

    Germany Says Reviving G-8 with Russia ‘not up for Debate’

    The German government says there are no plans to invite Russia to return to the club of leading industrialized nations.Russia was kicked out of the G-8 after its 2014 annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea region and assistance for pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine.A… …read more Source:...

    Netflix’s Casting JonBenét isn’t a true crime story. It’s something better.
    Apr28

    Netflix’s Casting JonBenét isn’t a true crime story. It’s something better.

    Director Kitty Green didn’t want to make just another docudrama about the sensational 1996 murder case. The thing to know going into Casting JonBenét is that you won’t get any answers. And according to director Kitty Green, that’s exactly the point. The sensational, decades-old case of the 6-year-old beauty queen found murdered...

    Belarusian malt producer expanding its presence in Southeast Asia
    Apr28

    Belarusian malt producer expanding its presence in Southeast Asia

    Belsolod regularly exports malt to Russia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Moldova. Trial deliveries have been shipped to Brazil. …read more Source:...

    American paramedic killed in Donbas
    Apr28

    American paramedic killed in Donbas

    First OSCE observer killed in Russia’s war against Ukraine KYIV – It usually takes events of international significance for the world to once again notice that Russia is still waging war in Ukraine, which is already in its fourth year and has claimed more than 10,000 lives and uprooted 2 million people from their homes. […] …read more...

    Russian land-air-sea exercises in Crimea highlight vulnerabilities in Ukraine’s navy, coastal defense
    Apr28

    Russian land-air-sea exercises in Crimea highlight vulnerabilities in Ukraine’s navy, coastal defense

    As the month of March came to a close, Russia conducted a series of unprecedented land, air and sea drills at the “Opuk” combat training area, located near the city of Theodosia, in annexed Crimea. These coordinated exercises, involving thousands of troops, notably marked the first time that the Russian military “simultaneously alerted” its three...