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Section: US & Canada

    UNWLA becomes major donor to UCU’s Mental Health Institute
    Apr15

    UNWLA becomes major donor to UCU’s Mental Health Institute

    The 90-year history of the Ukrainian National Women’s League of America is filled with accomplishments and projects that have often been influenced by evolving events in Ukraine. While uniting generations and immigrations of women of Ukrainian descent throughout the decades, the organization has always made it a priority to help average...

    Ukraine Recovers Paintings Stolen From Netherlands
    Apr15

    Ukraine Recovers Paintings Stolen From Netherlands

    Ukrainian authorities have recovered four paintings that were stolen more than a decade ago from an art gallery in the Netherlands. The paintings date back to the Netherlands’ 17th century Golden Age and are part of a group of 24 works valued at more than $11 million. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said at a Thursday news...

    Nadiya Savchenko: a profile in courage
    Apr15

    Nadiya Savchenko: a profile in courage

    Dear Editor: Former Lt. Nadiya Savchenko, a Ukrainian military pilot imprisoned in Russia on trumped-up charges, has made worldwide headlines protesting her innocence and demanding release. She is a pawn in a nasty piece of Russian bravado that leverages Russian ambitions for hegemony in Eastern Europe against Ukraine’s interest in...

    Ukrainian pro sports update: soccer
    Apr15

    Ukrainian pro sports update: soccer

    Yarmolenko hoping for English Premier League promotion Andriy Yarmolenko has played the waiting game for many years now. Arguably one of the most talented soccer players of his generation, he joined Dynamo Kyiv in 2007 when the club’s grip on champion trophies began to slip. Perennially the top team playing in the Champions League every […]...

    Rochester community vows to present  gift to Nadiya Savchenko upon her release
    Apr15

    Rochester community vows to present gift to Nadiya Savchenko upon her release

    ROCHESTER, N.Y. – The Ukrainian community of Rochester, N.Y., has a “Free Nadiya Blouse” that it will gift to Nadiya Savchenko upon her release from illegal incarceration in a Russian prison and her return to Ukraine. Above, administrators and staff of the Ukrainian Federal Credit Union (from left), Galyna Dyakiv, Olga Bilokin, Lesia Chwesik,...

    Putin’s call-in TV show prompts nationwide fixing spree
    Apr15

    Putin’s call-in TV show prompts nationwide fixing spree

    In just one day, roads of a Siberian city were repaired, swindled fishery workers got wads of cash and a child prodigy was invited to go to a Crimean summer camp — all thanks to President Vladimir Putin’s Thursday call-in show. …read more Source:...

    Russia, Iran, and Inland Seas
    Apr15

    Russia, Iran, and Inland Seas

    American thinkers tend to look at naval strategy as ocean-centric. The seas that matter most are the ones that must be kept open to ensure sea lines of communication: the Mediterranean, the Red Sea, the Persian Gulf, the South China Sea, and the Straits of Malacca. Inland seas receive much less attention. The northeast corner of the Black Sea and...

    Book review: Lyse Champagne captures the sad essence of refugees crises
    Apr15

    Book review: Lyse Champagne captures the sad essence of refugees crises

    There is an almost unbearable sadness permeating the new collection of short stories, The Light that Remains, by Ottawa author Lyse Champagne. The six stories are all about refugees in different parts of the world during the past 100 years. Truly happy endings seem impossible. These stories make us face the current Syrian refugee catastrophe and...

    Vote For VICE News In The 2016 Webby Awards
    Apr15

    Vote For VICE News In The 2016 Webby Awards

    The finalists for this year’s Webby Awards have been announced, and VICE News has been nominated in two separate categories.We’ve picked up a nomination in the prestigious category of “Best Online Film & Video – News & Information.” We’re up against some top notch competition in this category, including...

    In Ukraine, Expats and Romantics Are Out
    Apr15

    In Ukraine, Expats and Romantics Are Out

    Ukraine’s experiment in bringing foreigners and private sector professionals to fix the country has failed. …read more Source:...