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    The Latest: Moscow marches invoke Soviet-era nostalgia
    May01

    The Latest: Moscow marches invoke Soviet-era nostalgia

    ISTANBUL (AP) — The Latest on May Day events around the world (all times local): 4:55 p.m. Two May Day marches have been held in Moscow, both drawing from nostalgia for Soviet times. First, a crowd that police estimated at about 130,000 people paraded across the cobblestones of Red Square, the site of Soviet-era May Day celebrations. The...

    Ukraine investigates Jewish former Soviet officer for 1952 death
    May01

    Ukraine investigates Jewish former Soviet officer for 1952 death

    Boris Steckler, 94, accused of throwing grenade into bunker, killing nationalist in hiding …read more Source: The Times of...

    Netflix’s Casting JonBenét isn’t a true crime story. It’s something better.
    May01

    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...

    Dihaj’s first rehearsal in Kyiv [PHOTO/VIDEO]
    May01

    Dihaj’s first rehearsal in Kyiv [PHOTO/VIDEO]

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    Azerbaijani national team involves Ukrainian and Mongolian female judokas
    May01

    Azerbaijani national team involves Ukrainian and Mongolian female judokas

    Azerbaijani national female judo team strengthens its squad. …read more Source:...

    Dihaj’s first rehearsal in Kyiv
    May01

    Dihaj’s first rehearsal in Kyiv

    Azerbaijan’s representative at Eurovision Song Contest 2017, Dihaj has ended her first rehearsal at the Eurovision 2017 stage. …read more Source:...

    65 years later, Soviet officer faces prosecution in Ukraine
    May01

    65 years later, Soviet officer faces prosecution in Ukraine

    Ukraine prosecutors open murder investigation against 94-year-old Jewish former Soviet officer. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Ukraine’s Road To Recovery: One Soldier’s Inspirational Story
    May01

    Ukraine’s Road To Recovery: One Soldier’s Inspirational Story

    According to UN figures, the conflict in Ukraine has seen at least 10,000 killed in action, with many more wounded. In 2015, Vadym Sviridenko lost both his arms and legs after his convoy was ambushed. Vadym has since undergone extensive rehabilitation treatment both in the United States and in Ukraine, where he now runs marathons. Vadym tells his...

    ‘They thought the man had gone bananas’
    May01

    ‘They thought the man had gone bananas’

    BERLIN — Early one February weekend, President Trump let loose a cryptic complaint, followed by a barrage of Fox News-inspired tweets, about Sweden of all places. He made the Nordic country, home of gleaming lakes, cheap modernist furniture and one of the world’s highest standards of living, seem like a dystopian hellhole...

    Carl Bildt: The full transcript
    May01

    Carl Bildt: The full transcript

    Susan Glasser: “Donald Trump is probably one of the least popular American presidents on this side of the Atlantic for a very long time.” That was Carl Bildt, our guest on The Global Politico this week. Carl is the former prime minister, foreign minister and defense minister of Sweden. Yes, that Sweden, the northern...