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    Ukrainian Businesses Look for Alternatives to Russia
    Aug19

    Ukrainian Businesses Look for Alternatives to Russia

    With tensions continuing to rise with Russia, Ukrainian businesses are looking for opportunities elsewhere. VOA’s Gabe Joselow reports on the economic changes taking place in Ukraine from the eastern town of Kharkiv, near the Russian border. …read more Source: Voice of...

    Nasdaq Closes at 14-Year High
    Aug19

    Nasdaq Closes at 14-Year High

    U.S. Markets started the week off strong- The Nasdaq closing at a 14 year high, above 4500 for the first time since March of 2000. The Dow adding more than one percent- as tensions in Ukraine seem to cool. Gold was down and the dollar rose. Oil hit a 14-month low. …read more Source: The Boston...

    In West Africa, Medical Workers Risk Becoming Victims in the Fight Against Ebola
    Aug19

    In West Africa, Medical Workers Risk Becoming Victims in the Fight Against Ebola

    Less than a month ago, there were around two hundred doctors, nurses and hospital staff at Phebe Hospital in Liberia’s central Suakoko district. Today, that number has plummeted to less than twenty five, and all but one of the hospital’s four wards are closed. The waiting room is bare and there is only one patient, a one-year old...

    Ukraine: Dozens killed in shelling of convoy
    Aug19

    Ukraine: Dozens killed in shelling of convoy

    KIEV, Ukraine — Ukraine accused pro-Russia separatists of killing dozens of civilians in an attack early Monday on a convoy fleeing a besieged rebel-held city. The rebels denied any attack took place, while the U.S. confirmed the shelling of the convoy but said it did not know who was responsible. …read more Source: Boston...

    Investors Raise Their Shields Against Russia
    Aug19

    Investors Raise Their Shields Against Russia

    Investors are scrambling to reduce their exposure to the potential economic fallout from continuing fighting in Ukraine, unsettling already-fragile markets. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

    Ukraine: Dozens of civilians killed in convoy
    Aug18

    Ukraine: Dozens of civilians killed in convoy

    Ukraine claims rebels fire on a column of refugees, killing ‘many’ …read more Source:...

    Russia Has Already Invaded Ukraine: Strobe Talbott
    Aug18

    Russia Has Already Invaded Ukraine: Strobe Talbott

    Strobe Talbott, one of America’s top Russian experts who translated Nikita Khrushchev’s memoirs into English, was Deputy Secretary of State from 1994-2001. He is presently President of the Brookings Institution and widely regarded as a potential secretary of state in a Hillary Clinton administration. He spoke with WorldPost editor...

    Ukraine: Dozens of civilians killed in convoy
    Aug18

    Ukraine: Dozens of civilians killed in convoy

    Foreign Ministers of France Laurent Fabius, Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin, Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Russia Sergey Lavrov, from left, go for a walk before a meeting at the Guesthouse of Fore… …read more Source: The Bismarck...

    Ukraine separatists accused of striking civilian convoy; dozens dead
    Aug18

    Ukraine separatists accused of striking civilian convoy; dozens dead

    A convoy of civilians fleeing the fighting in eastern Ukraine was hit Monday by what Kiev authorities said was separatist rocket fire that killed dozens. …read more Source: Los Angeles...

    France and Russia Can Agree on Building Amusement Parks, But Not Ending Ukraine’s Conflict
    Aug18

    France and Russia Can Agree on Building Amusement Parks, But Not Ending Ukraine’s Conflict

    Before Sunday’s four-party talks in Berlin began, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin tried to sample local European fare. He soon came across a menu item called “Baked Potato Paris-Moscow,” which comes with salad, smoked salmon, and dill mustard sauce, …read more Source: The New...