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    Ukraine PM to visit Ottawa as trade deal set to be signed
    Jul12

    Ukraine PM to visit Ottawa as trade deal set to be signed

    Ukraine’s prime minister will lead a high-level delegation to Ottawa this week with the intention of completing a free trade agreement with Canada. A trade deal between the two countries would be a win for Ukraine, which is desperate to improve its battered economy following nearly two years of turmoil. It would also be a […] …read...

    Ukraine PM to visit Ottawa as trade deal set to be signed
    Jul12

    Ukraine PM to visit Ottawa as trade deal set to be signed

    Ukraine’s prime minister will lead a high-level delegation to Ottawa this week with the intention of completing a free trade agreement with Canada. A trade deal between the two countries would be a win for Ukraine, which is desperate to improve its battered economy following nearly two years of turmoil. It would also be a major victory for...

    Haiti’s Unstoppable Outbreak
    Jul12

    Haiti’s Unstoppable Outbreak

    Parkin Parkin / Mosaic In early February, when Jenniflore Abelard arrived at her parents’ house high in the hills of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, her father Johnson was home. (Some names have been changed to protect the privacy of patients and family members.) He was lying in the yard, under a tree, vomiting. When Jenniflore spoke to him, his...

    Radical Austerity’s Brutal Lies: How Krugman and Chomsky Saw Through Dehumanizing Neoliberal Spin
    Jul12

    Radical Austerity’s Brutal Lies: How Krugman and Chomsky Saw Through Dehumanizing Neoliberal Spin

    Some saw through the ruse. The referendum in Greece refuting the European Union’s unbending insistence on radical austerity as the medicine Greeks must continue to swallow is simply not to be missed for its multiple layers of significance. To put the core take-home first, we are all Greeks as they stand against the neoliberal orthodoxy....

    At least 2 killed in attack at Ukraine sports club
    Jul12

    At least 2 killed in attack at Ukraine sports club

    At least two people were killed Saturday in a gun and grenade attack in a western Ukraine city involving the country’s notorious nationalist militia Right Sector. …read more Source: FOX...

    At least 2 dead in in Ukraine sports club attack
    Jul11

    At least 2 dead in in Ukraine sports club attack

    MOSCOW (AP) — At least two people were killed Saturday in a gun and grenade attack in a western Ukraine city involving the country’s notorious nationalist militia Right Sector. …read more Source: U.S....

    At least 2 dead in in Ukraine sports club attack
    Jul11

    At least 2 dead in in Ukraine sports club attack

    MOSCOW (AP) — At least two people were killed Saturday in a gun and grenade attack in a western Ukraine city involving the country’s notorious… …read more Source:...

    At least 2 dead in in Ukraine sports club attack
    Jul11

    At least 2 dead in in Ukraine sports club attack

    MOSCOW (AP) — At least two people were killed Saturday in a gun and grenade attack in a western Ukraine city involving the country’s notorious nationalist militia Right Sector. …read more Source: CNS...

    At least 2 dead in sports club attack in Ukraine
    Jul11

    At least 2 dead in sports club attack in Ukraine

    At least two people were killed Saturday in a gun and grenade attack in a western Ukraine city involving the country’s notorious nationalist militia Right Sector. …read more Source: CTV...

    Gazprom Gets a Taste of Its Own Medicine
    Jul11

    Gazprom Gets a Taste of Its Own Medicine

    The Russian gas firm Gazprom has been in the news lately because of its stand-off with Ukraine over unpaid bills. Now the shoe’s on the other foot: Turkmenistan is alleging that the company hasn’t yet paid for 2015 gas deliveries. Reuters reports: “Since the beginning of 2015, OAO Gazprom has not paid for its debts to state concern...