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    Questions raised about whether Canadian troops will inadavertenly train Nazi sympathizers in Ukraine
    Apr18

    Questions raised about whether Canadian troops will inadavertenly train Nazi sympathizers in Ukraine

    The Canadian government is confident that troops from Petawawa won’t end up instructing Neo Nazis and far right extremists when they begin their training mission in Ukraine this summer, but a former diplomat is warning it will be difficult to weed out such extremists as their militia units are now being integrated into Ukraine’s...

    Questions raised about whether Canadian troops will inadavertenly train Nazi sympathizers in Ukraine
    Apr18

    Questions raised about whether Canadian troops will inadavertenly train Nazi sympathizers in Ukraine

    The Canadian government is confident that troops from Petawawa won’t end up instructing Neo Nazis and far right extremists when they begin their training mission in Ukraine this summer, but a former diplomat is warning it will be difficult to weed out such extremists as their militia units are now being integrated into Ukraine’s...

    Anna’s Army
    Apr17

    Anna’s Army

    At 4 a.m., two Ford Transit vans barrel down an otherwise empty road on their way to a military camp at an undisclosed location in the Donbass region of Ukraine. The temperature is a brutal negative 13 degrees and with no working heat, the vans’ passengers are bundled in sleeping bags, as they have been all through the night. Just 10 hours...

    Fallout from Libya dominates talks between Obama and Italian leader
    Apr17

    Fallout from Libya dominates talks between Obama and Italian leader

    WASHINGTON — President Obama pledged Friday to work more intensely with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on threats coming from instability in Libya that have led to an influx of immigrants across the Mediterranean. Obama and Renzi told journalists after an Oval Office meeting that they discussed economic and security concerns, including...

    U.S. military trainers in Ukraine may destabilize situation: Kremlin
    Apr17

    U.S. military trainers in Ukraine may destabilize situation: Kremlin

    MOSCOW/KIEV – The Kremlin said on Friday the arrival of about 300 U.S. paratroopers in Ukraine to train Kiev’s National Guard could destabilize the situation in the east of the country, where pro-Russian separatists are fighting Ukrainian government forces. …read more Source: The Toronto...

    UN Concern Rises as Fighting Intensifies in Eastern Ukraine
    Apr17

    UN Concern Rises as Fighting Intensifies in Eastern Ukraine

    Alarmed at the prospect of the second cease-fire agreement between the government of Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels falling apart, the UN Human Rights Office urged both parties to pull back their troops and abide by the terms of the so-called Minsk cease-fire accord that came into force in February. The UN Human Rights Office said it is...

    Peevish or loaded for bear _ Obama getting tough on critics
    Apr17

    Peevish or loaded for bear _ Obama getting tough on critics

    By JIM KUHNHENN read more …read more Source: CNS...

    SEE IT: Drunk teens hurt after sliding down Ukraine roof
    Apr17

    SEE IT: Drunk teens hurt after sliding down Ukraine roof

    A drunken daredevil who slid down a glass roof of a Ukraine building was seriously injured after the stunt went horribly wrong. …read more Source: New York Daily...

    Hollande To Discuss Ukraine With Putin During Visit To Armenia
    Apr17

    Hollande To Discuss Ukraine With Putin During Visit To Armenia

    French President Francois Hollande will discuss the Ukraine crisis with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin during a visit to Armenia on April 24. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    European Union Condemns Murders Of Pro-Russian Journalists, Politician In Ukraine
    Apr17

    European Union Condemns Murders Of Pro-Russian Journalists, Politician In Ukraine

    The European Union denounced Friday the murders of three public figures in Ukraine within the last week. Outspoken former politician Oleh Kalashnikov and journalists Oles Buzina and Serhiy Sukhobok, all of whom were known for their pro-Russian views, were each killed by unknown assailants. …read more Source: International Business...