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    Ukraine lawmaker says he gave FBI information on Manafort
    Nov03

    Ukraine lawmaker says he gave FBI information on Manafort

    A Ukrainian opposition politician who helped uncover off-the-books payments allegedly made to former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort says he provided information on the matter to the FBI, but … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Ukraine lawmaker says he gave FBI information on Manafort
    Nov03

    Ukraine lawmaker says he gave FBI information on Manafort

    A Ukrainian opposition politician who helped uncover off-the-books payments allegedly made to former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort says he provided information on the matter to the FBI, but never received a follow-up …read more Source: ABC...

    Autumn brings fresh persecutions in Russian-occupied Crimea
    Nov03

    Autumn brings fresh persecutions in Russian-occupied Crimea

    Despite Western diplomatic efforts and sanctions against Russia, Moscow continues to attack and put pressure on the last vestiges of organized political and social opposition in Crimea, which Russia illegally annexed from Ukraine in early 2014. Indeed, September and October brought renewed persecution on the peninsula. The latest wave of...

    Kazakh Blogger Who Fled To Kyiv Ordered Held 60 Days Pending Extradition Decision
    Nov03

    Kazakh Blogger Who Fled To Kyiv Ordered Held 60 Days Pending Extradition Decision

    A Kyiv court has ordered a Kazakh blogger who fled to Ukraine after criticizing President Nursultan Nazarbaev’s government held under arrest for two months as authorities consider handing her over to Kazakhstan. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Marc Chagall’s Belarus hometown celebrates first synagogue opening in a century
    Nov03

    Marc Chagall’s Belarus hometown celebrates first synagogue opening in a century

    (JTA) — The hometown in Belarus of the late artist Marc Chagall saw its first opening of a synagogue in over a century. The Jewish community of Vitebsk, which is located 155 miles northeast of the Belarusian capital of Minsk, last month celebrated the inauguration of the new synagogue at an event attended by city officials and faith community...

    Manafort indictment welcomed in Ukraine
    Nov03

    Manafort indictment welcomed in Ukraine

    KYIV – Ukrainians long angered by Paul Manafort’s work to bring what they regard as a kleptocratic, pro-Russia administration to power in Kyiv celebrated news of the American political consultant’s indictment on October 30. Mr. Manafort, who spent months as chairman of U.S. President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, surrendered to...

    City Council Member Found Dead With Broken Skull In Eastern Ukraine, Murder Probe Launched
    Nov03

    City Council Member Found Dead With Broken Skull In Eastern Ukraine, Murder Probe Launched

    Police in conflict-torn eastern Ukraine have launched a murder investigation after a city council member in the government-held Luhansk region city of Syevyerodonetsk was found dead, his skull broken. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The Serbs Fighting For Separatists In Ukraine
    Nov03

    The Serbs Fighting For Separatists In Ukraine

    The Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) says there are some 300 Serbs fighting alongside Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine. They appear to motivated by a nationalist agenda stressing traditional links between Russia and Serbia. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service/Reuters) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Trump and Putin Explore Meeting on Sidelines of Asia Summit
    Nov03

    Trump and Putin Explore Meeting on Sidelines of Asia Summit

    Amid ever-worsening ties between the U.S. and Russia, the two presidents could discuss North Korea, Ukraine, Syria and Russian election meddling. …read more Source: The New York...

    Assassinations, abductions show Kremlin’s war on Ukraine extends beyond borders of Donbas
    Nov03

    Assassinations, abductions show Kremlin’s war on Ukraine extends beyond borders of Donbas

    KYIV – A day after an Odesa-born medic and sniper of Chechen heritage who fought in the Donbas war was fatally shot, the Security Service of Ukraine detained the alleged Kremlin-guided assassin of one of their own high-ranking officials. It was the latest reminder for this war-weary country of 42.5 million people that the conventional battle in...