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    Ukraine Confirms Georgia Asked For Ex-President Saakashvili’s Extradition
    Sep06

    Ukraine Confirms Georgia Asked For Ex-President Saakashvili’s Extradition

    Ukrainian authorities have confirmed that they received a request from Georgia to extradite its former president, Mikheil Saakashvili. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Putin Warns U.S. Against Supplying Ukraine With Lethal Weapons
    Sep06

    Putin Warns U.S. Against Supplying Ukraine With Lethal Weapons

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that any decision by the United States to supply lethal weapons to Ukraine would fuel the conflict in the country’s east. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The Options That Have Been Tried on North Korea So Far
    Sep06

    The Options That Have Been Tried on North Korea So Far

    News of North Korea’s test Sunday of a nuclear device drew angry reactions from its neighbors, allies, and the international community, as well as prescriptions of how to respond to the latest provocation, ranging from dialogue, to more sanctions, and “a massive military response.”The two main proposals put forward so far are tougher...

    Saakashvili’s Brother Detained In Kyiv, Faces Deportation Amid Escalating Feud
    Sep03

    Saakashvili’s Brother Detained In Kyiv, Faces Deportation Amid Escalating Feud

    The brother of former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili is facing deportation from Ukraine on allegations that he was in the country illegally, a move that comes amid a fierce standoff between the ex-head of state and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Krakow JCC’s new preschool signals hope for a community’s rebirth
    Sep03

    Krakow JCC’s new preschool signals hope for a community’s rebirth

    Sara Zielinski, with her mother Elizabeth, center, and a volunteer at a pre-Shabbat program at the Jewish Community Center of Krakow. Sara is part of the inaugural class of Frajda, the first pluralistic Jewish nursery and preschool in Krakow since World War II. (Courtesy of Jewish Community Center of Krakow) KRAKOW, Poland (JTA) — Michal...

    As Hurricane Harvey Winds Down, Texas Members of Congress Tour European Castle
    Sep03

    As Hurricane Harvey Winds Down, Texas Members of Congress Tour European Castle

    As the Texas coast looks toward recovery amid the death and destruction wrought by Hurricane Harvey, several lawmakers from the state were at a popular tourist spot in the Czech Republic this weekend. Rep. John Carter, R-Texas, a senior Appropriations Committee member, was spotted taking a tour of Prague Castle on Saturday. Carter was seen...

    Ukraine To Impose New Border-Crossing Rules For ‘Risky’ Countries — Poroshenko
    Sep03

    Ukraine To Impose New Border-Crossing Rules For ‘Risky’ Countries — Poroshenko

    Ukraine says it will introduce new border-crossing rules from next year, affecting citizens of “countries that pose risks for Ukraine.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine To Impose New Border-Crossing Rules For ‘Risky’ Countries — Poroshenko
    Sep03

    Ukraine To Impose New Border-Crossing Rules For ‘Risky’ Countries — Poroshenko

    Ukraine says it will introduce new border-crossing rules from next year, affecting citizens of “countries that pose risks for Ukraine.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Poroshenko: Ukraine To Impose New Border-Crossing Rules For ‘Risky’ Countries
    Sep03

    Poroshenko: Ukraine To Impose New Border-Crossing Rules For ‘Risky’ Countries

    Ukraine says it will introduce new border-crossing rules from next year, affecting citizens of “countries that pose risks for Ukraine.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Poroshenko: Ukraine To Impose New Border-Crossing Rules For ‘Risky’ Countries
    Sep03

    Poroshenko: Ukraine To Impose New Border-Crossing Rules For ‘Risky’ Countries

    Ukraine says it will introduce new border-crossing rules from next year, affecting citizens of “countries that pose risks for Ukraine.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...