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    Russia accuses Poles of ‘mockery of history’ over Auschwitz
    Jan22

    Russia accuses Poles of ‘mockery of history’ over Auschwitz

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Russia has accused Poland of engaging in a “mockery of history” after the Polish foreign minister credited Ukrainian soldiers, rather than the Soviet Red Army, with liberating Auschwitz 70 years ago. The situation is particularly awkward since Auschwitz was liberated by Soviet troops on Jan. 27, 1945, and some of...

    13 killed in shelling of city bus in east Ukraine
    Jan22

    13 killed in shelling of city bus in east Ukraine

    13 killed in shelling of city bus in east Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Russia accuses Poland of ‘mockery of history’ for crediting Ukrainians in Auschwitz liberation
    Jan22

    Russia accuses Poland of ‘mockery of history’ for crediting Ukrainians in Auschwitz liberation

    Russia has accused Poland of engaging in a “mockery of history” after the Polish foreign minister credited Ukrainian soldiers, rather than the Soviet Red Army, with liberating Auschwitz 70 years ago. …read more Source: FOX...

    Russia accuses Poles of ‘mockery of history’ over Auschwitz
    Jan22

    Russia accuses Poles of ‘mockery of history’ over Auschwitz

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Russia has accused Poland of engaging in a “mockery of history” after the Polish foreign minister credited Ukrainian soldiers, rather than the Soviet Red Army, with liberating Auschwitz 70 years ago…. …read more Source: Associated...

    Ukraine Just Lost A Crucial Airport To Russia-Backed Rebels, And The Photos Are Staggering
    Jan22

    Ukraine Just Lost A Crucial Airport To Russia-Backed Rebels, And The Photos Are Staggering

    After almost eight months of constant fighting between Ukrainian troops and Russian-backed separatists, the Ukrainian military lost control of the Donetsk Airport, according to the Los Angeles Times. “Taking into account the danger and in order to save lives, … it was decided yesterday to move out of the terminal’s territory and to...

    The Death of Ukraine’s Cyborg Army
    Jan22

    The Death of Ukraine’s Cyborg Army

    On Tuesday night, in a State of the Union speech that was heavy on domestic policy, President Barack Obama heralded a list of American accomplishments abroad, none more dubious than his claim that America was demonstrating “strength” in its response to the Ukraine crisis. “We’re upholding the principle that bigger nations can’t bully...

    US Military To Conduct Exercises With Ukrainian Troops In Spring, Says Top US General
    Jan22

    US Military To Conduct Exercises With Ukrainian Troops In Spring, Says Top US General

    The United States military will conduct joint exercises with Ukrainian forces in the spring, said Lt. General Frederick Hodges, commander of U.S. Army Europe, who was part of a U.S. military delegation visiting Kiev this week. Ukrainian servicemen will be trained among other things in how to set up communications posts and defend against Russian...

    Ukrainian Jewish businessman found shot dead
    Jan22

    Ukrainian Jewish businessman found shot dead

    (JTA) — A Ukrainian Jewish businessman was shot dead in Lviv. The body of Felix Vrotslavsky, 56, was found Tuesday on Zelenoy Street, on the city’s southeastern edge. The murder was first reported by the news site zik.ua, citing an unnamed police source. A witness told police that Vrotslavsky’s body was thrown out of a car at around 8...

    Ukraine, Russia Trade Blame in Donetsk Shelling; 13 Dead
    Jan22

    Ukraine, Russia Trade Blame in Donetsk Shelling; 13 Dead

    Ukrainian authorities said an artillery shell has hit a trolley bus in the eastern city of Donetsk, killing at least 13 people and sparking accusations of blame from both Ukraine and Russia. …read more Source: Voice of...

    At The Ends Of The Earth… And In The Middle Of The Energy Wars
    Jan22

    At The Ends Of The Earth… And In The Middle Of The Energy Wars

    By EMILY CADEI — OZY There aren’t many places Ed Chow could fly to that would be farther from his Washington D.C. base than that nearly impossible-to-spell, ex-Soviet Union satellite Azerbaijan. Indeed, its ancient walled-city capital of Baku, with flat expanses far from most commercial hubs or route to an ocean, can really feel like...