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    Two police hurt in attack on LGBT rally in Ukraine (AFP)
    May18

    Two police hurt in attack on LGBT rally in Ukraine (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Two Ukrainian policemen were hospitalised after they tried to disperse about 30 young men who attacked a rally by gay and transgender rights activists in the eastern city of Kharkiv, law enforcement officials said Thursday. …read more Source: The West...

    Rome Masters: Angelique Kerber crashes out, Garbine Muguruza survives day of shocks
    May18

    Rome Masters: Angelique Kerber crashes out, Garbine Muguruza survives day of shocks

    Garbine Muguruza emerged as a favourite to win the Italian Open after beating Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko to reach the third round after world number one Angelique Kerber had earlier bowed out to Estonian qualifier Anett Kontaveit. Spaniard Muguruza, the third seed, will need to sharpen up though after enduring a terrible start against 50th...

    Two police hurt in attack on LGBT rally in Ukraine

    Two Ukrainian policemen were hospitalized after they tried to disperse about 30 young men who attacked a rally by gay and transgender rights activists in the eastern city of Kharkiv, law enforcement officials said Thursday. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Russian State-Run Bank Financed Toronto Trump Hotel Through Mystery Buyer: Report
    May18

    Russian State-Run Bank Financed Toronto Trump Hotel Through Mystery Buyer: Report

    Money laundering for politically important projects. A new report in the Wall Street Journal reveals that a Trump-branded hotel in Toronto received an urgently needed cash injection via a deal financed by a Russian state-run bank.According to the Journal, government-owned VEB helped former Trump hotel partner Alexander Shnaider arrange an asset...

    Ukraine bans Russian media outlets, websites
    May18

    Ukraine bans Russian media outlets, websites

    New York, May 17, 2017—Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko should immediately reverse his order obstructing at least 19 Russian media companies, four popular Russian websites, and banning at least 13 journalists from entering the country for a year, the Committee to … …read more Source:...

    Ukraine prankster ‘doesn’t regret’ mooning Eurovision final
    May18

    Ukraine prankster ‘doesn’t regret’ mooning Eurovision final

    UKRAINE: A Ukrainian prankster told a court on Monday (May 15) that he didn’t regret mooning the audience during the live broadcast of the Eurovision Song Contest final in Kiev. …read more Source: The Phuket...

    Special prosecutor to complicate West Wing life
    May18

    Special prosecutor to complicate West Wing life

    Working in President Donald Trump’s White House is about to get a whole lot harder. Robert Mueller, the former FBI director named Wednesday as the special counsel for investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election, starts his job with an unlimited time and budget to pursue leads wherever they go. Veterans of previous...

    Removing Trump Won’t Solve America’s Crisis
    May18

    Removing Trump Won’t Solve America’s Crisis

    America is in crisis. It is a crisis of greater magnitude than any the country has faced in its history, with the exception of the Civil War. It is a crisis long in the making—and likely to be with us long into the future. It is a crisis so thoroughly rooted in the American polity that it’s difficult to see how it can be resolved in any...

    Kazakhstan’s spiritual renewal will be supported by all society, scholar believes
    May18

    Kazakhstan’s spiritual renewal will be supported by all society, scholar believes

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ALMATY – Culture and spirituality are the life of the people, their mind and heart, their past, present and future, says Kazakh National Academy of Science corresponding member and Mukhtar Auezov Institute of Literature and Art Director Ualikhan Kalizhanov. In...

    With a special prosecutor, ‘people are fearful whatever they’ve done’
    May18

    With a special prosecutor, ‘people are fearful whatever they’ve done’

    Working in President Donald Trump’s White House is about to get a whole lot harder.Robert Mueller, the former FBI director named Wednesday as the special counsel for investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election, starts his job with an unlimited time and budget to pursue leads wherever they go.Veterans of previous scandals...