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    Uncovering the truth about who shot down MH17
    Jul16

    Uncovering the truth about who shot down MH17

    On July 17, 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed in eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people onboard. Western officials believe pro-Russian rebels brought down the passenger jet, using a missile launcher known as a Buk that was possibly supplied by Russia. Moscow, for its part, blames Ukrainian government forces for the downing of the plane....

    Where MH17 went down, life now grows
    Jul16

    Where MH17 went down, life now grows

    HRABOVE, Ukraine — One year ago, Malaysian Airlines flight 17 crashed in a bucolic field in eastern Ukraine, the 298 passengers aboard becoming sudden casualties of a remote but brutal conflict See also: Where MH17 came down: The village that survived the horror I was covering the fighting between Ukrainian government troops and pro-Russian...

    Poroshenko Submits Plan Granting Autonomy In Eastern Ukraine
    Jul16

    Poroshenko Submits Plan Granting Autonomy In Eastern Ukraine

    President Petro Poroshenko has submitted a constitutional change to Ukraine’s parliament providing autonomy to the country’s southeastern regions. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Greece Could Learn From Britain and Ukraine, Leaders Say
    Jul16

    Greece Could Learn From Britain and Ukraine, Leaders Say

    Greece could learn a few lessons from Britain about how to live with less government spending and thrive, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said July 15 after meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    MH17 report: Rebels blamed
    Jul16

    MH17 report: Rebels blamed

    Expert: Ukraine is stagnating | Samantha Power talks Russia and Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Ukraine leader blasts Greek ‘brinkmanship game’
    Jul16

    Ukraine leader blasts Greek ‘brinkmanship game’

    “It’s entirely different cases,” says Ukraine’s Arseniy Yatsenyuk of his own country compared to Greece. …read more Source:...

    There are a lot of hidden costs to the Iran nuclear deal
    Jul16

    There are a lot of hidden costs to the Iran nuclear deal

    What did the Iran deal cost the U.S.? Keeping adversaries like China and Russia at the negotiating table was likely expensive – even though both have much to gain from the relaxation of international sanctions on Iran. Both look forward to ramped-up arms sales and increased trade with Iran, but even so, neither China nor Russia hands out...

    Iran’s strategic mastermind got a huge boost from the nuclear deal
    Jul16

    Iran’s strategic mastermind got a huge boost from the nuclear deal

    The historic nuclear accord between a US-led group of countries and Iran was good news for a man who some consider to be the Middle East’s most effective covert operative. As a result of the deal, Qasem Suleimani, the commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Qods Force and the general responsible for overseeing Iran’s network of...

    Obama thanks Putin for Russia’s ‘important role’ in achieving Iranian ‘milestone’
    Jul16

    Obama thanks Putin for Russia’s ‘important role’ in achieving Iranian ‘milestone’

    President Barack Obama thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin in a phone call Wednesday for the “important role” Russia played in achieving a final Iranian nuclear deal, the White House said. In a readout of the presidents’ telephone call Wednesday, the White House said Obama and Putin also spoke about the situation in Syria....

    Poroshenko Begins Reshuffle In Zakarpattya
    Jul16

    Poroshenko Begins Reshuffle In Zakarpattya

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said a large-scale reshuffle is needed in the western region of Zakarpattya. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...