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    Obama, Putin Discuss Crisis In Ukraine
    Jan13

    Obama, Putin Discuss Crisis In Ukraine

    U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke by telephone on January 13, discussing the crises in Ukraine and Syria, the White House said. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    World Briefing: Avalanche in French Alps Leaves at Least 3 Dead
    Jan13

    World Briefing: Avalanche in French Alps Leaves at Least 3 Dead

    An avalanche at the Deux-Alpes ski resort swept away a group of 19 teenagers from Lyon and three supervisors, as well as a Ukrainian skier. …read more Source: The New York...

    Avalanche in French Alps Hits High School Ski Group, Kills 3
    Jan13

    Avalanche in French Alps Hits High School Ski Group, Kills 3

    PARIS — An avalanche in the French Alps struck a high school ski group Wednesday afternoon, killing at least three people, according to French officials. France’s National Gendarmerie said a search-and-rescue operation was launched in the Deux Alpes ski resort using sniffer dogs and a helicopter. French authorities in the Alps region...

    Relatives Of MH17 Crash Victims Demand Release Of Key Data
    Jan13

    Relatives Of MH17 Crash Victims Demand Release Of Key Data

    Relatives of those killed in the MH17 air disaster are demanding the release of what they say is key evidence that could shed light on the tragedy over eastern Ukraine in July 2014. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine expands ban on Russian goods with meat, vodka embargo
    Jan13

    Ukraine expands ban on Russian goods with meat, vodka embargo

    Ukraine has expanded a list of Russian items banned from being brought into the country as sanctions imposed by the United States and western allies are reported to be having more of an impact on Moscow that previously predicted. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Monday unveiled a list containing 43 … …read more Source: The...

    Three dead, several injured as avalanche strikes in French Alps
    Jan13

    Three dead, several injured as avalanche strikes in French Alps

    The snow slide killed a 14-year-old, a 16-year-old and a Ukrainian adult skier …read more Source: The Globe and...

    Deadly avalanche in French Alps sweeps away high school students, teacher
    Jan13

    Deadly avalanche in French Alps sweeps away high school students, teacher

    A dozen people, including a group of French high school students and their teacher, were swept away by an avalanche in the Vénosc ski resort in the Isere area of the French Alps on Wednesday, according to multiple French news reports. At least two of the students are dead and three others may be seriously injured, local radio station France Bleu...

    White House: Obama’s Puzzling Ukraine Comment Referred To Kremlin Ally Yanukovych
    Jan13

    White House: Obama’s Puzzling Ukraine Comment Referred To Kremlin Ally Yanukovych

    The White House has clarified U.S. President Barack Obama’s puzzling reference to Ukraine in his final State of the Union address, in which he said Russia is “pouring resources in to prop up” its ex-Soviet neighbor. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Rescuers scouring mountainside after avalanche sweeps away school group in French Alps, killing at least three
    Jan13

    Rescuers scouring mountainside after avalanche sweeps away school group in French Alps, killing at least three

    French authorities confirmed two high school students and a Ukrainian skier died in the accident, which took place on a ski trail closed amid avalanche warnings …read more Source: Vancouver...

    Obama, Putin speak by phone about Syrian conflict
    Jan13

    Obama, Putin speak by phone about Syrian conflict

    The two leaders also discussed tensions in Ukraine. …read more Source: The...