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    Moscow Court Delays Hearing Ukrainian Pilot’s Appeal
    Oct13

    Moscow Court Delays Hearing Ukrainian Pilot’s Appeal

    A Moscow district court has postponed hearings on a captured Ukrainian Air Force pilot’s appeal against a decision to put her in a mental clinic for psychiatric evaluation. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Annual Germany-Russia forum canceled as ties cool
    Oct13

    Annual Germany-Russia forum canceled as ties cool

    BERLIN (AP) — An annual meeting meant to foster dialogue between Germany and Russia has been postponed indefinitely amid tension between the two countries over the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: The Bismarck...

    Polish Nobel Peace Laureate: We Need Missiles to Aim at Russia
    Oct13

    Polish Nobel Peace Laureate: We Need Missiles to Aim at Russia

    GDANSK — Lech Walesa likes provocations. If you ask him, for example, what politics in the 21st century needs, he’ll smile beneath his famous mustache and tell you all that is needed is “a microchip.” A microchip? “Absolutely. Everyone in politics must agree to be implanted with a microchip that records everything...

    Does America Have a Foreign Policy?
    Oct13

    Does America Have a Foreign Policy?

    Sadly, the answer is ‘no.’ We have not had one since Barack Obama entered the Oval Office six years ago. That does not mean that his actions have been worse than his Bush predecessor’s or that he has made more mistakes. That depends in good part on one’s preferences and angle of vision. What it does mean is that the United...

    Annual Germany-Russia forum canceled as relations cool over Ukraine conflict
    Oct13

    Annual Germany-Russia forum canceled as relations cool over Ukraine conflict

    An annual meeting meant to foster dialogue between Germany and Russia has been postponed indefinitely amid tension between the two countries over the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: FOX...

    Defense Minister: Kyiv’s Least Secure Job
    Oct13

    Defense Minister: Kyiv’s Least Secure Job

    For the third time in six months a Ukrainian defense minister has been forced out. Why is Kyiv repeatedly replacing its top military official in the midst of a war? …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Dutch Experts Help Recover MH17 Crash Items Despite Nearby Clashes
    Oct13

    Dutch Experts Help Recover MH17 Crash Items Despite Nearby Clashes

    HRABOVE Ukraine (Reuters) – Four Dutch experts visited the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 in east Ukraine on Monday to help recover personal belongings of victims despite fighting between government troops and separatist rebels nearby. The experts said they were on hand to advise a local Emergencies Ministry team combing the...

    Russian court delays hearings on captured Ukrainian military officer’s appeal
    Oct13

    Russian court delays hearings on captured Ukrainian military officer’s appeal

    A court in Moscow has delayed hearings on a captured Ukrainian military officer’s appeal against the authorities’ decision to put her in a mental clinic for checks. …read more Source: FOX...

    Australia’s PM to Confront Putin on MH17 Downing
    Oct13

    Australia’s PM to Confront Putin on MH17 Downing

    Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said that he plans to confront Russian President Vladimir Putin on the downing in July of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 during a summit in Brisbane next month. “Look, I’m going to shirtfront Mr. Putin — you bet I am,” Abbott told reporters Monday using a term used to describe aggressive...

    How Ebola Got Its Name
    Oct13

    How Ebola Got Its Name

    By: Bahar Gholipour Published: 10/10/2014 11:35 AM EDT on LiveScience The Ebola virus that’s causing the devastating outbreak in West Africa didn’t even have a name just 38 years ago when it first surfaced and caused a mysterious illness among villagers in Zaire, now the Democratic Republic of Congo. The international team of...