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    Turkey-Ukraine defense industry ties are booming
    May02

    Turkey-Ukraine defense industry ties are booming

    Turkey is promoting deals with Ukraine to bypass Western embargoes in the defense industry and share critical military technologies. …read more Source:...

    Navalny’s Army Unmasks the State-Supported Radicals Out to Get Him
    May02

    Navalny’s Army Unmasks the State-Supported Radicals Out to Get Him

    Igor Beketov, aka Gosha Tarasevich, the leader of SERB. Photo: LiveJournal This Monday, opposition leader Alexey Navalny proved how useful it is to have millions of supporters among Russia’s young, energetic Internet users. Days after Navalny was attacked outside his office in Moscow, his supporters rallied online to identify the likely...

    Ukraine Pressures Reporters to Avoid Negative Stories About Country – US NGO
    May02

    Ukraine Pressures Reporters to Avoid Negative Stories About Country – US NGO

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — Press freedom is under attack in Ukraine, with government officials pressing journalists to only write stories that portray the country in a positive light and approving acts of intimidation against reporters who deviate from official narratives, the US human rights group Freedom House said on Monday. “While ongoing reforms...

    What’s Next: May 2, 2017
    May02

    What’s Next: May 2, 2017

    May 02, 2017 5:00 AMGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel will visit Moscow for talks today, her first visit since Russia annexed Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula in 2014. …read more Source: The Straits...

    Joshua’s epic win hailed for reviving heavyweight boxing
    May01

    Joshua’s epic win hailed for reviving heavyweight boxing

    London, Monday @timsimwa British boxer Anthony Joshua’s stunning 11th round knockout of Ukrainian legend Wladimir Klitschko was hailed Sunday as having restored some much-needed prestige to the tarnished image of heavyweight boxing. Joshua, 27, retained his unbeaten record in the most extreme of circumstances having been knocked to the...

    The Latest: Berlin officers hit with bottles, flag poles
    May01

    The Latest: Berlin officers hit with bottles, flag poles

    Police say they’ve made multiple arrests in the German capital after far-left demonstrators threw bottles at officers and small skirmishes ensued. Police told the dpa news agency that about 150 demonstrators who had attended a protest elsewhere started causing problems in Apolda’s town center after getting off a train Monday...

    Defiant rallies for worker rights mark May Day around world
    May01

    Defiant rallies for worker rights mark May Day around world

    Garment workers in Cambodia defied a government ban to demand higher wages, and businesses in Puerto Rico were boarded up as the U.S. territory braced for a huge strike over austerity measures. In Paris, police fired tear gas and used clubs on rowdy protesters at a march that included calls to defeat far-right presidential candidate Marine Le...

    Joshua knocks some prestige into heavyweight boxing
    May01

    Joshua knocks some prestige into heavyweight boxing

    Those were the times… This is an often repeated phrase by the old timers when it comes to the world of boxing. First-account tales of Mohamed Ali winning the ‘Rumble in the Jungle’ with George Foreman in Zaire and that ‘Thrilla in Manila’ against Joe Frazier, leave the current generation of boxing fans in a wish-I-was-there scenario....

    Electoral risks govern protest response
    May01

    Electoral risks govern protest response

    The elected governments in Turkey, Brazil and Ukraine differed in the way they handled protests in 2013 …read more Source: The...

    Showtime to Air Stone Interviews With Vladimir Putin
    May01

    Showtime to Air Stone Interviews With Vladimir Putin

    Showtime cable network is presenting four hours of director Oliver Stone interviewing Russian President Vladimir Putin on four consecutive nights in June. The network announced Monday that “The Putin Interviews” will air first on June 12 at 9 p.m. Eastern, with three additional hour-long installments on the following nights. Showtime said Stone...