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    Cars of OSCE Observers Vandalized in Eastern Ukraine
    Jul24

    Cars of OSCE Observers Vandalized in Eastern Ukraine

    OSCE observers in eastern Ukraine says their mission cars vandalized, rendered unusable …read more Source: ABC...

    OSCE observers in eastern Ukraine says their mission cars vandalized, rendered unusable
    Jul24

    OSCE observers in eastern Ukraine says their mission cars vandalized, rendered unusable

    Observers at the Organization for Security and Cooperation and Security in Europe say protesters in rebel-controlled Donetsk have vandalized their cars. …read more Source: FOX...

    Cars of OSCE observers vandalized in eastern Ukraine
    Jul24

    Cars of OSCE observers vandalized in eastern Ukraine

    MOSCOW (AP) — Observers at the Organization for Security and Cooperation and Security in Europe say protesters in rebel-controlled Donetsk have… …read more Source:...

    Medvedev Upbeat About Russian Economy, Ties With Europe
    Jul24

    Medvedev Upbeat About Russian Economy, Ties With Europe

    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said he expects Russia’s recession-hit economy to start growing again at the end of the year, while he hopes for improving economic ties with friendly countries in southeastern Europe. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russian, European Leaders Agree To Discuss Ukrainian Elections July 28
    Jul24

    Russian, European Leaders Agree To Discuss Ukrainian Elections July 28

    The leaders of France, Germany, Russia, and Ukraine agreed July 23 to accelerate the pullback of heavy weapons in east Ukraine, and talk next week about holding local elections as Ukraine decentralizes its government. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Music review: Chamberfest opens with a brass fanfare
    Jul24

    Music review: Chamberfest opens with a brass fanfare

    Dominion Chalmers United Church Thursday night The 2015 Ottawa Chamber Music Festival kicked off Thursday night to the bright-penny sounds of trumpets, trombones, tubas and more. The Canadian National Brass Project is a tiger team of 18 elite brass players (and two percussionists) from Canada’s top symphony orchestras, including Montreal,...

    France, Germany, Ukraine, Russia urge respect for Ukraine truce
    Jul24

    France, Germany, Ukraine, Russia urge respect for Ukraine truce

    Paris (AFP) – The leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine held talks over the conflict in east Ukraine, with all sides calling for the full implementation of a ceasefire deal, the French presidency said.The phone conversation between Francois Hollande, Angela Merkel, Vladimir Putin and Petro Poroshenko came a week after similar...

    Russian Bombers Buzzing U.S. Unlikely to Carry Nukes
    Jul24

    Russian Bombers Buzzing U.S. Unlikely to Carry Nukes

    The bad news for Americans old enough to remember Cold War shivers is that Soviet-era Tu-95 Bear bombers recently showed up off the U.S. coast. The good news, for Americans, is that the 1950s-era Russian air force turboprop airplanes keep crashing. And that combination, a former Air Force general says, makes it unlikely that the Russian bombers...

    Crimeans are about to discover what being part of Putin’s Russia really means
    Jul24

    Crimeans are about to discover what being part of Putin’s Russia really means

    More than a year after the anschluss, Crimea is about to experience what a real Russian invasion feels like. And this time it won’t be “polite people” arriving to lead a virtual liberation of the peninsula from the clutches of mythological Ukrainian fascists. According to a report in Kommersant, the Kremlin is preparing to...

    NATO will not establish a permanent military base in Poland amid tensions with Russia
    Jul24

    NATO will not establish a permanent military base in Poland amid tensions with Russia

    The NATO alliance will not pursue the establishment of permanent military bases in Poland, a top United States diplomat said Wednesday. The announcement came during increased tension between NATO and Russia following the alliance’s bid to increase its military presence in Eastern Europe as a check against Russian aggression in the region....