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    Sergei Khrushchev — Mother Russia’s Inheritor
    Dec01

    Sergei Khrushchev — Mother Russia’s Inheritor

    By MIKE MCDOWALL — OZY Dr. Sergei Nikitich Khrushchev’s voice takes me back to a childhood spent watching Cold War-era spy films. It is raspy, Slavic, heavily accented and somehow — here I betray my own prejudices — sinister. Sergei was 18 when his father, Nikita, succeeded Josef Stalin to become first secretary of the Communist Party...

    NATO Chief: Russia Violating Ukraine Cease-fire
    Dec01

    NATO Chief: Russia Violating Ukraine Cease-fire

    NATO says Russia is violating a truce in eastern Ukraine by sending in convoys with advanced weapons and personnel reinforcements for pro-Russia separatists fighting Ukrainian government troops. “We see a significant military buildup in and around Ukraine… large transfers of Russian advanced weapons, equipment and military personnel to violent...

    War-hit Ukraine schools turns to Web for education
    Dec01

    War-hit Ukraine schools turns to Web for education

    Children in war-hit eastern Ukraine turn to Internet for education …read more Source:...

    Putin Meets With Erdogan in Ankara
    Dec01

    Putin Meets With Erdogan in Ankara

    Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived Monday in Turkey’s capital Ankara, where he is holding talks with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan likely to focus on trade ties and regional issues. Turkey is the second largest buyer of Russian natural gas after Germany. Around 60 percent of Turkey’s natural gas imports come from Russia, which...

    PUTIN: ‘Winter Is Coming…’
    Dec01

    PUTIN: ‘Winter Is Coming…’

    Oil prices plunged following last Thursday’s OPEC meeting, during which the cartel announced that it will not cut production. Falling energy prices have put pressure on the budgets of the world’s major oil-producting nations like Russia. However, Russian President Vladimir Putin doesn’t seem too worried. “Winter is...

    The Most Notorious Gangster Most People Have Never Heard Of
    Dec01

    The Most Notorious Gangster Most People Have Never Heard Of

    Drug trafficking, trading nuclear material, contract murders, and international prostitution — that’s how the Federal Bureau of Investigation believes Semion Mogilevich, one of its top 10 most wanted fugitives, has spent his time over the last few decades. Indicted in 2003 for countless fraud charges, Mogilevich now primarily lives in...

    Pro-EU Parties Ahead In Moldovan Elections
    Dec01

    Pro-EU Parties Ahead In Moldovan Elections

    Nearly complete results from Moldova show that pro-European parties are ahead in parliamentary elections. No party appears to be able to form a government, however, and tough post-election bargaining is expected. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine schools turns to the Internet for education during conflict
    Dec01

    Ukraine schools turns to the Internet for education during conflict

    DONETSK, Ukraine – Like most children his age, Denis Akimov spends hours daily on his computer surfing the Internet. It isn’t just for fun. As schools are forced to limit operations in the conflict-battered eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, educators are turning to the Web to keep their charges learning. It is an ingenious solution, even...

    Dutch transporting wreckage of plane downed in Ukraine to Netherlands
    Dec01

    Dutch transporting wreckage of plane downed in Ukraine to Netherlands

    Dutch authorities say they are loading wreckage recovered from the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in eastern Ukraine onto trucks and transporting it to the Netherlands for investigation. …read more Source: FOX...

    Putin in Turkey amid Syria differences
    Dec01

    Putin in Turkey amid Syria differences

    ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish host, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, were expected to gloss over their striking differences over the crises in Syria and Ukraine during talks on Monday, focusing instead on their countries’ booming economic and trade ties. …read more Source: U.S....