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    Slovakia warns Ukraine conflict could endanger Europe
    Dec03

    Slovakia warns Ukraine conflict could endanger Europe

    Ed AdamczykBRATISLAVA , Slovakia, Dec. 3 (UPI) — The military conflict in Ukraine could expand into a larger war involving other European countries, Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico warned. …read more Source: United Press...

    Canada’s contribution to funding landmine treaty efforts drops significantly
    Dec03

    Canada’s contribution to funding landmine treaty efforts drops significantly

    Fewer people were killed and injured by landmines in 2013 than in any previous year, and nearly all use and production of the weapon has ceased, according to the latest annual report from the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL). Landmine Monitor 2014 was released today on the seventeenth anniversary of the signing of the Mine Ban...

    Christmas in the capital: Here’s our list for 2014
    Dec03

    Christmas in the capital: Here’s our list for 2014

    This list of Christmas concerts and related events is based upon information supplied to the Citizen. It not intended to be a comprehensive list of every Christmas concert in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec. We hope it will help readers plan for the holidays. THURSDAY, DEC. 4 Upper Canada Playhouse presents Musical Comedy Lights, Camera …...

    Ukraine’s Truly Foreign Ministers
    Dec03

    Ukraine’s Truly Foreign Ministers

    The appointment of foreign citizens to Ukraine’s cabinet is mostly window-dressing. …read more Source:...

    More Than 50% of Russians Want Another Decade of Putin
    Dec03

    More Than 50% of Russians Want Another Decade of Putin

    More than half of all Russians support president Vladimir Putin and would like to see him re-elected after his current term runs out in 2018, according to a poll by Russian pollster the Levada Centre. Asked if they would like to see Putin return as president after the next presidential election, 58% said they would, while only 19% said they would...

    The World’s Most Popular Gun Is Getting A Fashion Line
    Dec03

    The World’s Most Popular Gun Is Getting A Fashion Line

    There are already upwards of 70 million AK-47s in circulation worldwide. But amid unrest global criticism of Moscow and EU and US sanctions, the state-owned Russian company responsible for the gun’s production is trying to rebrand itself. In Moscow on Tuesday, the Siberian company behind the rifle unveiled new slogans (“protecting...

    Terrorists shell Orlivka, among wounded year-old child

    When terrorists attacked Orlivka, Donetsk region, four people were injured, including a six-year-old child. This was reported by the press service of the Interior Ministry’s regional department. “The city police department in Avdiyivka received a report from a hospital that four people with injuries of varying severity were delivered...

    The Incredible Stories Behind 35 Powerful Photos Taken This Year
    Dec03

    The Incredible Stories Behind 35 Powerful Photos Taken This Year

    It’s been an eventful year, and we’ve seen many striking photos from all over the world. They spark a range of emotions, from sorrow to joy, outrage to hope. But we often never learn the full story behind a photo, all the factors at work that put a brave photographer in the middle of the action to get the shot. A number of noted...

    Ukraine says nuclear plant fault cuts power
    Dec03

    Ukraine says nuclear plant fault cuts power

    Ukraine’s energy minister insisted the incident poses no danger. …read more Source: USA...

    ‘No Big Brother!’ Ukrainian Journalists Oppose Kyiv’s New Ministry Of Information
    Dec03

    ‘No Big Brother!’ Ukrainian Journalists Oppose Kyiv’s New Ministry Of Information

    Ukrainian journalists are protesting the government’s creation of a new Ministry of Information that Kyiv says is needed to confront Russian propaganda. Some journalists fear their own efforts to gather truth could become subject to oversight. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...