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    Fighting In Eastern Ukraine Ramps Up, Raises Fears
    Jun07

    Fighting In Eastern Ukraine Ramps Up, Raises Fears

    Renewed fighting in Eastern Ukraine marked an end to a tenuous cease-fire agreed to in February. Observers fear that a surge in violence could plunge the region into another full scale war.» E-Mail This …read more Source:...

    New shelling in Ukraine as Harper arrives
    Jun07

    New shelling in Ukraine as Harper arrives

    Ukraine asks Harper for help on visas, and to arm troops against rebels …read more Source:...

    Ukraine asks Harper for help on emigres, guns
    Jun07

    Ukraine asks Harper for help on emigres, guns

    Ukraine asks Harper for help on visas, and to arm troops against rebels …read more Source:...

    Obama seeks to reinforce isolation of Putin at G-7 summit
    Jun06

    Obama seeks to reinforce isolation of Putin at G-7 summit

    WASHINGTON — One year after President Obama rallied core allies to join the United States in punishing Russia for its bellicose ways, he will use a gathering Sunday of the world’s largest industrialized democracies to urge them to stand strong, and together, in isolating the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. A recent visit by Secretary of...

    Gay pride rally attacked in Kiev
    Jun06

    Gay pride rally attacked in Kiev

    Several dozen unknown assailants attacked a gay pride march in Kiev on Saturday, throwing flares and wounding two policemen, a Reuters witness reported. …read more Source: The Toronto...

    Ukraine Conflict Divides Families, Friends
    Jun06

    Ukraine Conflict Divides Families, Friends

    The conflict in Ukraine may have galvanized those who support a united, independent country, but it has also sewn divisions between them and neighbors, friends and family who lean toward Russia. The political tensions have severed relationships and even led some couples to seek divorce. VOA’s Daniel Schearf reports. …read more Source:...

    Maclean’s wins four National Magazine Awards
    Jun06

    Maclean’s wins four National Magazine Awards

    Maclean’s earned three golds, one silver and 15 honourable mentions at Friday’s National Magazine Awards gala. With its four wins, the magazine received the sixth most awards of any Canadian magazine, ranking behind The Walrus—which, with nine awards, placed first—and sister publication L’actualité, which earned eight, among...

    Gay pride rally attacked in Kiev
    Jun06

    Gay pride rally attacked in Kiev

    Several dozen unknown assailants attacked a gay pride march in Kiev on Saturday, throwing flares and wounding two policemen, a Reuters witness reported. …read more Source: The Peace River Record...

    Senate is responsible for its expense rules: Harper says
    Jun06

    Senate is responsible for its expense rules: Harper says

    Prime Minister Stephen Harper is keeping his distance from the latest revelations in the Senate expenses scandal. Harper was asked about the issue on Saturday as he visited Ukraine, but he said little more other than the Senate is an independent body that is dealing with the problem itself. An explosive audit of expenses that will be made public...

    Canada to send military instructors to Ukraine, but not lethal weapons
    Jun06

    Canada to send military instructors to Ukraine, but not lethal weapons

    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper says the country soon will send military instructors to Ukraine to help train government troops. …read more Source: FOX...