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    Ukraine’s Poroshenko orders extra army units to protect cities from possible assault
    Nov04

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko orders extra army units to protect cities from possible assault

    Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko said on Tuesday he had ordered his military chiefs to send in new army units to protect cities in the east and southeast from possible attack by Russian-backed separatists, Interfax news agency said. …read more Source: The Globe and...

    The Battle of Ilovaisk: Details of a Massacre Inside Rebel-Held Eastern Ukraine
    Nov04

    The Battle of Ilovaisk: Details of a Massacre Inside Rebel-Held Eastern Ukraine

    Petro Poroshenko, the former chocolate king and recently-elected president of Ukraine, stood proudly on the podium in Kiev’s Independence Square as 1,500 goose-stepping servicemen, armoured vehicles and rocket launchers passed before him. Crowds of smiling families in traditional embroidered shirts turned out to wave tiny yellow and blue...

    Ukraine rebel leader sworn in after eastern vote
    Nov04

    Ukraine rebel leader sworn in after eastern vote

    Ukraine rebel leader sworn in in separatist east after election heavily criticized by West …read more Source:...

    Ukraine rebel leader sworn in after eastern vote
    Nov04

    Ukraine rebel leader sworn in after eastern vote

    DONETSK, Ukraine – The leader of separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine was sworn in Tuesday as head of a self-declared secessionist territory following an election that was condemned by the West as illegal and destabilizing. Alexander Zakharchenko, 38, was inaugurated in a heavily guarded theatre in the main stronghold of a rebel-controlled...

    Alexander Zakharencho, separatist leader, inaugurated in Ukraine
    Nov04

    Alexander Zakharencho, separatist leader, inaugurated in Ukraine

    Rebel leader Alexander Zakharchenio elected to self-declared secessionist territory. Seen by West as threat to already tentative ceasefire, but supported by Russia …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: The pain is far from over
    Nov04

    Ukraine: The pain is far from over

    Ukraine may have retreated from the headlines but, with controversial elections in two key disputed areas, the risks have not diminished. …read more Source:...

    Russians unite in march against West
    Nov04

    Russians unite in march against West

    Tens of thousands of people marched through Moscow under flags and banners hailing Russia as a great power on Tuesday in an annual parade which this year amounted to a show of defiance to the West over Ukraine. …read more Source: The Toronto...

    Sir Martin Sorrell Tells Us Why He Sees ‘So Many Potential Sarajevos’ (WPPGY)
    Nov04

    Sir Martin Sorrell Tells Us Why He Sees ‘So Many Potential Sarajevos’ (WPPGY)

    Sir Martin Sorrell founded WPP in 1986 with a loan on his shares in the advertising agency he was with at the time, Saatchi & Saatchi. He used that loan to buy a small company that makes baskets and shopping trolleys: Wire and Plastic Products. Almost 30 years on, WPP is the world’s biggest global advertising network, last week...

    Ukraine rebel leader sworn in despite Western anger
    Nov04

    Ukraine rebel leader sworn in despite Western anger

    Alexander Zakharchenko, 38, was inaugurated in a heavily guarded theatre in the main stronghold of a rebel-controlled territory. …read more Source: Toronto...

    Ukraine Rebel Leader Sworn In After Disputed Election
    Nov04

    Ukraine Rebel Leader Sworn In After Disputed Election

    …read more Source: Voice of...