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    Ukraine’s Economy Plummeted By Nearly 10 Percent In 2015
    Mar22

    Ukraine’s Economy Plummeted By Nearly 10 Percent In 2015

    Ukraine’s battered economy shrank by 9.9 percent in 2015 due to implosions in the financial sector and consumer demand, the state statistics service reported on March 21. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    It Isn’t Time to Normalize With Russia Yet
    Mar22

    It Isn’t Time to Normalize With Russia Yet

    Putin’s endgames in Ukraine and Syria remain unclear. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Pianist’s Wife Charged With Killing Daughters In U.S.
    Mar22

    Ukrainian Pianist’s Wife Charged With Killing Daughters In U.S.

    The estranged wife of internationally renowned pianist Vadym Kholodenko has been charged by police in the U.S. state of Texas of killing her two young daughters before stabbing herself. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russian judge hints female Ukrainian pilot guilty of murder in journalists’ 2014 deaths
    Mar22

    Russian judge hints female Ukrainian pilot guilty of murder in journalists’ 2014 deaths

    Doug G. WareDONETSK, Ukraine, March 21 (UPI) — A former Ukraine pilot will be convicted of murder in the deaths of two Russian journalists who were killed in a 2014 mortar attack, a court judge said Monday. …read more Source: United Press...

    Conservative motion to save religious freedoms office fails to pass Commons
    Mar22

    Conservative motion to save religious freedoms office fails to pass Commons

    OTTAWA — The Liberals all but flipped off the lights on Canada’s Office of Religious Freedoms, voting Monday against a Tory motion to keep open the controversial post and saying that its stand alone status is over. The writing has been on the wall for the office since the Liberals took power in November and were made aware its mandate and...

    Russian Judge Postpones Verdict in Trial of Ukrainian Pilot
    Mar22

    Russian Judge Postpones Verdict in Trial of Ukrainian Pilot

    Nadiya V. Savchenko is accused of directing artillery fire that killed two Russian journalists, in a case that has become symbolic in Russia and Ukraine. …read more Source: The New York...

    Non-Interventionists Don’t Want an “Aggressive U.S. Posture in the World”
    Mar22

    Non-Interventionists Don’t Want an “Aggressive U.S. Posture in the World”

    Trump spoke with The Washington Post editors about his foreign policy views, which they described as “unabashedly non-interventionist” in one place but also described this way: Speaking ahead of a major address on foreign policy later Monday in front of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Trump said he advocates an aggressive U.S....

    The Obama Doctrine: Made for the ’90s, Disastrous Today
    Mar21

    The Obama Doctrine: Made for the ’90s, Disastrous Today

    James F. Jeffrey Security, Americas The president is yielding to the dangerous currents that oppose the global status quo. Among the copious commentary on President Obama’s extraordinary foreign policy interview with the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg (“The Obama Doctrine”), Paul Pillar’s approving piece in the National Interest...

    Neighbors in Religion: Churchgoers relive past Easters watching their kids
    Mar21

    Neighbors in Religion: Churchgoers relive past Easters watching their kids

    Holy Week services at the Assumption of BVM Ukrainian Catholic Church Easter services at several South Dade United Methodist churches Film series ‘Triumph Over Tragedy: Remarkable Stories of Jewish Survival’ … Click to Continue » …read more Source: Miami...

    Russian court poised for guilty verdict against Nadiya Savchenko
    Mar21

    Russian court poised for guilty verdict against Nadiya Savchenko

    Ukrainian pilot accused of helping army target shelling that led to the deaths of two Russian journalists in eastern Ukraine …read more Source: Toronto...