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    Fighting Around Donetsk Airport Tests Ukraine Cease-Fire
    Sep30

    Fighting Around Donetsk Airport Tests Ukraine Cease-Fire

    The upsurge in violence comes at a particularly critical time as Russian, Ukrainian and rebel officials are working on the boundaries of a buffer zone. …read more Source: The New York...

    Toll mounts in Ukraine as shelling worsens in spite of cease-fire
    Sep29

    Toll mounts in Ukraine as shelling worsens in spite of cease-fire

    KIEV, Ukraine — Eastern Ukraine has suffered the worst violence in more than a week as fighting between pro-Russia rebels and government troops in the region killed at least 12 people and wounded 32, officials said Monday. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has been at pains to insist to a skeptical audience at home that his peace plan is...

    Ukraine sees spike in violence despite cease-fire
    Sep29

    Ukraine sees spike in violence despite cease-fire

    Government says at least 12 killed and 32 wounded as fighting around government-held airport in separatist region increases …read more Source:...

    12 killed in worst east Ukraine shelling in a week
    Sep29

    12 killed in worst east Ukraine shelling in a week

    Eastern Ukraine has suffered the worst violence in more than a week as fighting between pro-Russian rebels and government troops in the region killed at least 12 people and wounded 32, officials said Monday. …read more Source:...

    Which Deaths Matter?
    Sep29

    Which Deaths Matter?

    The past several months have been scarred by international crisis and turmoil, from strife in Gaza to the downing of Flight MH17 and the gruesome murders of the American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff. News is so grim that The Washington Post recently published an accounting of what it called “the hideous carnage wreaked” between June...

    Firebomb thrown at Kiev’s oldest synagogue
    Sep29

    Firebomb thrown at Kiev’s oldest synagogue

    (JTA) — Kiev’s oldest synagogue was the target of a firebomb that burst into flames outside the building. The firebombing at the Great Choral Synagogue on Sept. 24, the eve of Rosh Hashanah, did not cause damage, according to the news website evreiskiy.kiev.ua, which belongs to the Jewish Kiev watchdog on anti-Semitism. Police suspect that...

    For sale in Belarus: Art from Yanukovych’s home?
    Sep29

    For sale in Belarus: Art from Yanukovych’s home?

    MINSK, Belarus (AP) — The Belarusian KGB says it has arrested several art dealers who were trying to sell what they claimed were five paintings taken from the former residence of Ukraine’s dis… …read more Source: The Bismarck...

    Is Turkey Drifting Between ISIS & Putin?
    Sep29

    Is Turkey Drifting Between ISIS & Putin?

    Today, liberty is threatened by a pernicious Islamic extremism and by a resurgent Russian nationalism. NATO member Turkey is at the front lines of both of these conflicts. While Turkey’s allies expect it to stand sentinel over these threats they are ever more concerned that it is moving away from the West. Yet, Turkey is where it has always...

    Renewed Clashes in Eastern Ukraine
    Sep29

    Renewed Clashes in Eastern Ukraine

    Clashes between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russia separatists in the rebel stronghold of Donetsk left at least 12 dead and dozens injured, officials said, in some of the worst fighting since a cease fire was agreed earlier this month. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

    14 Billionaires Who Started With Nothing — Including Jack Ma And Larry Ellison
    Sep29

    14 Billionaires Who Started With Nothing — Including Jack Ma And Larry Ellison

    Forbes released its annual Forbes 400 list on Monday, revealing the 400 wealthiest people in the US. It’s not just a list of privilege; it’s a story of opportunity. Many of these mega successes started with limited means. Just ask Jan Koum, the WhatsApp founder who once lived on food stamps. After selling his company to Facebook in...