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    Ukrainian TV station, criticized as pro-Russian, burned, picketed
    Sep06

    Ukrainian TV station, criticized as pro-Russian, burned, picketed

    Ed AdamczykKIEV, Ukraine, Sept. 6 (UPI) — The Kiev headquarters of Ukraine’s Inter TV channel was blockaded by protesters Tuesday, the day after arson struck the news department. …read more Source: United Press...

    Ukraine meeting that excluded Canada wasn’t a snub, says former adviser to Trudeau
    Sep06

    Ukraine meeting that excluded Canada wasn’t a snub, says former adviser to Trudeau

    Canada’s mission to Ukraine is being conducted in conjunction with the U.S. and the United Kingdom — but U.K. prime minister Theresa May also wasn’t in the meeting …read more Source: Vancouver...

    Ukraine meeting that excluded Canada wasn’t a snub, says former adviser to Trudeau
    Sep06

    Ukraine meeting that excluded Canada wasn’t a snub, says former adviser to Trudeau

    HONG KONG — The fact Justin Trudeau wasn’t invited to a meeting with American, French and German leaders about Ukraine at the G20 wasn’t a snub, says the prime minister’s former international affairs adviser. “France and Germany and the United States are front and centre on the international diplomacy relating to Ukraine. … They...

    Ukraine meeting that excluded Canada wasn’t a snub, says former adviser to Trudeau
    Sep06

    Ukraine meeting that excluded Canada wasn’t a snub, says former adviser to Trudeau

    The fact Justin Trudeau wasn’t invited to a meeting with American, French and German leaders about Ukraine at the G20 wasn’t a snub, says the prime minister’s former international affairs adviser. “France and Germany and the United States are front and centre on the international diplomacy relating to Ukraine. … They are central...

    Will Hillary Enmesh Us Deeper in the Syrian Quagmire?
    Sep06

    Will Hillary Enmesh Us Deeper in the Syrian Quagmire?

    Unless some unforeseen miracle happens for Donald Trump, Hawkish Hillary (at least as accurate a nickname as Crooked Hillary) is likely to be the next president of the United States. Although Hillary has run legitimate political ads implying that Trump’s temperament is too volatile to be left with command of the military, especially nuclear...

    7 Things You Might Have Missed at China’s G20 Summit
    Sep06

    7 Things You Might Have Missed at China’s G20 Summit

    This year’s G20 summit, which ended on Sept. 5, saw leaders who represent around 85% of the world’s economy gather in China’s southeastern city of Hangzhou. Here are some key moments from the two-day event over the Labor Day weekend that saw factories shuttered, building work suspended and local residents out of the city so that...

    The Morning Vertical, September 6, 2016
    Sep06

    The Morning Vertical, September 6, 2016

    Your daily roundup. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko Says Tougher To Secure Western Support
    Sep06

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko Says Tougher To Secure Western Support

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says it has become increasingly difficult for Ukraine to secure Western support in its fight against “Russian aggression.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    U.S., European Officials Denounce Attack On Ukrainian TV Station
    Sep06

    U.S., European Officials Denounce Attack On Ukrainian TV Station

    The United States and European authorities denounced an arson attack on a pro-Russian Ukrainian television station, calling such violence “unacceptable.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Successes and shortfalls from this year’s G20 summit
    Sep06

    Successes and shortfalls from this year’s G20 summit

    JOHN YANG: President Obama is on his final trip to Asia as president. His first stop was in China to meet with leaders of the world’s 20 largest economies. William Brangham has a summary. PRESIDENT XI JINPING, China (through translator): Ladies and gentlemen, the 11th G20 summit has just concluded with great success. WILLIAM BRANGHAM: The...