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    World briefs: Human remains at crash site
    Aug03

    World briefs: Human remains at crash site

    DONETSK, Ukraine — International experts examining the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 on Saturday in eastern Ukraine found the remains of victims overlooked by local emergency personnel who first searched the debris two weeks ago, according to a spokeswoman for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe …read...

    Photos: News from around the world in photos
    Aug02

    Photos: News from around the world in photos

    This week features a range of photos from the conflict in Gaza, natural disasters in Asia, to festivals around the world on Saturday. We’ve also included a few stunning shots of the diving competition at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and a Chinese flag on fire outside the Chinese consulate in Istanbul. In the dress-up category, we feature...

    Obama Defends Handling Of Gaza And Ukraine Conflicts
    Aug02

    Obama Defends Handling Of Gaza And Ukraine Conflicts

    U.S. President Barack Obama defended his government’s handling of the conflicts in the Gaza Strip and Ukraine Friday even as fighting in both regions continues, despite American diplomacy. At a White House press conference in Washington, Obama hoped to discuss his plans to boost employment across the country. Instead, the president found...

    Ukrainian Forces Advance in East as Russia, West Squabble
    Aug02

    Ukrainian Forces Advance in East as Russia, West Squabble

    KIEV/DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) – Government forces tightened the noose around the main stronghold of pro-Russian rebels in east Ukraine on Saturday and, with diplomacy stalled, Moscow and the West stepped up their war of words. The seizure of Krasnogorovka and Staromikhailovka, towns just outside Donetsk, brought the army to the edge of one...

    More Human Remains Recovered At MH17 Crash Site In Ukraine
    Aug02

    More Human Remains Recovered At MH17 Crash Site In Ukraine

    AMSTERDAM (AP) — Investigators using sniffer dogs recovered more human remains and personal belongings at the Malaysia Airlines wreckage site in eastern Ukraine on Saturday, the head of an international recovery mission said. Speaking from the Ukrainian capital Kiev, Pieter-Jaap Aalbersberg said 70 Dutch and Australian investigators were...

    Investigators recover more human remains from MH17 crash site
    Aug02

    Investigators recover more human remains from MH17 crash site

    Investigators using sniffer dogs recovered more human remains and personal belongings at the Malaysia Airlines wreckage site in eastern Ukraine on Saturday, the head of an international recovery mission said. …read more Source: CTV...

    Investigators Release MH17 Site Footage
    Aug02

    Investigators Release MH17 Site Footage

    A team of 70 Dutch and Australian forensic experts has released footage after completing its first full day of searching at the site of the flight MH17 crash in east Ukraine. …read more Source: The Boston...

    Investigators Comb Ukraine Crash Site
    Aug02

    Investigators Comb Ukraine Crash Site

    Experts returned to the Flight 17 crash site for a second successive day, even as Ukrainian government troops pushed on with their offensive. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

    Ukraine Struggles To Find Strategy For Getting Back Crimea
    Aug02

    Ukraine Struggles To Find Strategy For Getting Back Crimea

    Russia has said it will never give up the Ukrainian region of Crimea. Nonetheless, the Kyiv government and civil society are actively working on strategies to return the Black Sea peninsula to Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Investigators recover more human remains from MH17 crash site
    Aug02

    Investigators recover more human remains from MH17 crash site

    The head of an international recovery mission says investigators have used sniffer dogs at the Malaysia Airlines wreckage site in eastern Ukraine and recovered more human remains and personal belongings. …read more Source: Toronto...