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    Shells ‘hit hospital’ in Ukraine’s Donetsk
    Jan19

    Shells ‘hit hospital’ in Ukraine’s Donetsk

    Donetsk (Ukraine) (AFP) – Shelling hit a hospital in Donetsk city centre in eastern Ukraine on Monday, leaving six wounded while also damaging the front of the building and blowing out windows, rebel officials and witnesses said.Rebel officials said one doctor and five patients were wounded in the shelling which also damaged a nearby...

    The Surprising Real Names Of 30 Celebrities
    Jan19

    The Surprising Real Names Of 30 Celebrities

    Sometimes you need to change your name to make it as a star in Hollywood or the music business. When Michael Keaton accepted his best actor Golden Globe for “Birdman,” he told the crowd his birth name was actually Michael Douglas. The 63-year-old actor changed his name early in his career to avoid confusion with the actor of the same...

    Jailed Tatar Activist Starts Hunger Strike
    Jan19

    Jailed Tatar Activist Starts Hunger Strike

    A prominent Tatar activist who faces trial on hate-crimes charges supporters say are politically motivated has begun a hunger strike. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    EU won’t ease Russia sanctions as Ukraine conflict rages
    Jan19

    EU won’t ease Russia sanctions as Ukraine conflict rages

    BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union foreign ministers are ruling out any immediate easing of sanctions against Russia as fighting rages in eastern Ukraine, despite concerns about the economic consequences. …read more Source: U.S....

    With fighting flaring in eastern Ukraine, EU says no time to ease Russia sanctions
    Jan19

    With fighting flaring in eastern Ukraine, EU says no time to ease Russia sanctions

    The European Union foreign ministers are ruling out any immediate easing of sanctions against Russia as fighting rages in eastern Ukraine, despite concerns about the economic consequences. …read more Source: FOX...

    EU won’t ease Russia sanctions as Ukraine conflict rages
    Jan19

    EU won’t ease Russia sanctions as Ukraine conflict rages

    BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union foreign ministers are ruling out any immediate easing of sanctions against Russia as fighting rages in eastern Ukraine, despite concerns about the economic consequences. …read more Source: San Francisco...

    EU won't ease Russia sanctions as Ukraine conflict rages
    Jan19

    EU won't ease Russia sanctions as Ukraine conflict rages

    BRUSSELS — The European Union foreign ministers are ruling out any immediate easing of sanctions against Russia as fighting rages in eastern Ukraine, despite concerns about the economic consequences.Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders said Monday that since the fighting around the Donetsk airport in eastern Ukraine had intensified, “this...

    AP PHOTOS: Crimea’s people face challenges as part of Russia
    Jan19

    AP PHOTOS: Crimea’s people face challenges as part of Russia

    SEVASTOPOL, Crimea (AP) — Crimea, promised Russian President Vladimir Putin, “will be a home to all the peoples living there.” Yet 10 months since the Kremlin tore up the map of Europe and seized the strategic Black Sea peninsula from Ukraine, many of Crimea’s 2.2 million inhabitants face a future rife with uncertainty and present-day...

    AP PHOTOS: Crimea’s people face challenges as part of Russia
    Jan19

    AP PHOTOS: Crimea’s people face challenges as part of Russia

    SEVASTOPOL, Crimea (AP) — Crimea, promised Russian President Vladimir Putin, “will be a home to all the peoples living there.”… …read more Source: Associated...

    AP PHOTOS: Crimea’s people face challenges as part of Russia
    Jan19

    AP PHOTOS: Crimea’s people face challenges as part of Russia

    The sun-blessed region’s main industry, tourism, is in virtual free fall, with the European Union adding to its troubles by recently banning the sale of Crimea-bound travel packages as well as stops by EU-flagged cruise ships at Yalta, Sevastopol and other ports. Since Crimea’s annexation by Russia in March, prices for foodstuffs have...