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    Dzhemilev’s Son Transferred In Custody From Crimea To Krasnodar
    Sep29

    Dzhemilev’s Son Transferred In Custody From Crimea To Krasnodar

    Veteran Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemilev says that authorities in Russian-annexed Crimea have transferred his arrested son from the peninsula to Russia’s Krasnodar region. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Prisoner Swap in Eastern Ukraine
    Sep29

    Prisoner Swap in Eastern Ukraine

    Dozens of prisoners are exchanged between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists in the the eastern city of Donetsk. The exchange is part of a ceasefire deal that has largely held in recent days. International observers from the OSCE monitored the swap. Dimitry Nikonov says he was taken prisoner for declaring he was mayor of Nikolaev and...

    Ukrainian Protesters Topple Massive Lenin Statue
    Sep29

    Ukrainian Protesters Topple Massive Lenin Statue

    Ukrainian protesters in Kharkiv, a city in the nation’s restive east, toppled a prominent statue of Soviet icon Vladimir Lenin late Sunday night in the central square. A group of men scaled the massive monument and carved into it the words “Glory to Ukraine” before sawing off the statue’s legs and pulling it down from its pedestal,...

    Australia’s Plan to Outsource Its Refugee Problem to Cambodia Won’t Work
    Sep29

    Australia’s Plan to Outsource Its Refugee Problem to Cambodia Won’t Work

    “Let them eat cake.” Australia’s Minister for Immigration Scott Morrison did everything but utter the unsavory phrase attributed to Marie Antoinette when he clinked Champagne flutes with Cambodian Interior Minister Sar Kheng, a former cadre of the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime, at a ceremony in Phnom Penh last week. MoreMia Wasikowska on...

    World Briefs: Lavrov says U.S. ties need to be ‘reset’
    Sep29

    World Briefs: Lavrov says U.S. ties need to be ‘reset’

    MOSCOW — Moscow called Sunday for a new “reset 2.0” in relations with Washington, saying the situation in Ukraine that had led to Western sanctions against Russia was improving thanks to Kremlin peace initiatives. …read more Source: Pittsburgh...

    Ukrainians Tear Down Lenin Statue in Kharkiv
    Sep29

    Ukrainians Tear Down Lenin Statue in Kharkiv

    Ukrainians in the eastern city of Kharkiv have felled one of its most prominent Russian symbols – a statue of Soviet icon Vladimir Lenin. Groups of men scrambled onto the monument in the center square and carved the words “Glory to Ukraine” on it before sawing off the legs and pulling it down with cables. “Glory to Ukraine” has...

    Watch Protesters Tear Down A Massive Lenin Statue In Ukraine
    Sep29

    Watch Protesters Tear Down A Massive Lenin Statue In Ukraine

    Demonstrators in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv toppled one of the country’s largest statues of Vladimir Lenin on Sunday. Captured in a bevy of tweets and videos posted to social media, crowds of pro-Ukrainian protesters surrounded the Soviet idol as ropes wrenched the Lenin statue from its moorings and sent it hurtling to the...

    Lenin Statue Toppled In Kharkiv
    Sep29

    Lenin Statue Toppled In Kharkiv

    Demonstrators in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv have cut down a statue of Vladimir Lenin. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Photos September 28, 2014: Top images from around the world
    Sep28

    Photos September 28, 2014: Top images from around the world

    Syrian Kurds sit on a hill looking down on clashes between jihadists of the Islamic State (IS) and Kurdish fighters,close to the Turkish-Syrian border in Sanlinurfa province, on September 28, 2014. Turkey has so far taken in over 160,000 refugees who fled the IS assault around the town of Ain al-Arab, but Erdogan said it would be better if they...

    World War 3: Vladimir Putin Threatening World War III, But Thousands of Russians Protesting Ukraine Invasion
    Sep28

    World War 3: Vladimir Putin Threatening World War III, But Thousands of Russians Protesting Ukraine Invasion

    Tens of thousands of Russians are displeased over president Vladimir Putin’s recent actions, including the fighting in Ukraine. Putin recently threatened European governments, claiming that Russia could invade many capitals–including Kiev, Warsaw, and Bucharest–in just two days, while Russia allegedly continues supporting pro-Russian...