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    News of the Day From Across the Globe
    May03

    News of the Day From Across the Globe

    The Canadian government has announced $139 million in additional aid to address the refugee crisis caused by the fighting, in addition to the $67 million already committed to Iraq. Demonstrators placed flowers and lit candles Saturday in front of a building in the Ukrainian city of Odessa where 48 people died one year ago when it caught fire in a...

    The UpBeat: The emphasis on moms at ACCESO International’s annual dinner
    May03

    The UpBeat: The emphasis on moms at ACCESO International’s annual dinner

    ACCESO International is an Ottawa-based Canadian charitable organization that promotes and enables greater access to all levels of education for disadvantaged children, youth and women in Canada, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua and Peru. On May 9, ACCESO International is holding 
its 12th annual dinner, auction and...

    Russia signs up to $100 bn BRICS fund to rival IMF
    May02

    Russia signs up to $100 bn BRICS fund to rival IMF

    Moscow (AFP) – Russian President Vladimir Putin ratified an accord Saturday to set up a $100-billion reserve fund for the so-called BRICS — the five leading emerging economies that include Russia, China, Brazil, India and South Africa.Moscow is expected to contribute $18 billion to the reserve, well behind the $41 billion China has...

    Mourners in the Ukraine mark one year anniversary of Odesa fire
    May02

    Mourners in the Ukraine mark one year anniversary of Odesa fire

    Demonstrators laid flowers and lit candles Saturday in front of a building in the Ukrainian city of Odesa where more than 40 people died as it caught fire in a clash between supporters and opponents of Ukraine’s government. …read more Source: CTV...

    Mourners mark anniversary of Odessa fire that killed dozens
    May02

    Mourners mark anniversary of Odessa fire that killed dozens

    MOSCOW (AP) — Demonstrators are laying flowers and lighting candles in front of a building in the Ukrainian city of Odessa where more than 40 people died as it caught fire in a clash between supporters and opponents of Ukraine’s government. …read more Source: U.S....

    Mourners Mark Anniversary of Odessa Fire That Killed Dozens
    May02

    Mourners Mark Anniversary of Odessa Fire That Killed Dozens

    Mourners mark anniversary of Odessa clashes fire that killed 48 people in western Ukraine …read more Source: ABC...

    Mourners mark anniversary of Odessa clashes fire that killed 48 people in western Ukraine
    May02

    Mourners mark anniversary of Odessa clashes fire that killed 48 people in western Ukraine

    Demonstrators are laying flowers and lighting candles in front of a building in the Ukrainian city of Odessa where more than 40 people died as it caught fire in a clash between supporters and opponents of Ukraine’s government. …read more Source: FOX...

    Inconvenient Friends: Shady Real Estate Deal Tests Kyiv Mayor
    May02

    Inconvenient Friends: Shady Real Estate Deal Tests Kyiv Mayor

    As a scandal erupts over a controversial construction project, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko faces a tough choice between backing his friends or serving his constituents. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Officials: Fire Near Chornobyl Now Fully Extinguished
    May02

    Officials: Fire Near Chornobyl Now Fully Extinguished

    The Ukrainian State Emergency Service says a large wildfire that broke out in the exclusion zone surrounding the abandoned Chornobyl nuclear power plant has been fully extinguished. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    In Kazakhstan, fears of becoming the next Ukraine
    May02

    In Kazakhstan, fears of becoming the next Ukraine

    ASTANA, Kazakhstan —A volatile mix now building in Kazakhstan contains the same ingredients that ignited in Ukraine: a Russian minority that says it fears being under siege, rising anti-Russian nationalist sentiment and pressure on the Russian language. Read full article >> …read more Source: The Washington...