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    Key aid provider says it can’t operate in rebel-held east
    Mar01

    Key aid provider says it can’t operate in rebel-held east

    The largest provider of humanitarian aid in rebel-held eastern Ukraine says its work there has been paralyzed. The charity foundation run by billionaire Renat Akhmetov has been distributing food and … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Key aid provider says it can’t operate in rebel-held east
    Mar01

    Key aid provider says it can’t operate in rebel-held east

    The largest provider of humanitarian aid in rebel-held eastern Ukraine says its work there has been paralyzed. The charity foundation run by billionaire Renat Akhmetov has been distributing food and … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Key aid provider says it can’t operate in rebel-held east
    Mar01

    Key aid provider says it can’t operate in rebel-held east

    The largest provider of humanitarian aid in rebel-held eastern Ukraine says its work there has been paralyzed …read more Source: ABC...

    Nightlife In A Separatist Stronghold
    Mar01

    Nightlife In A Separatist Stronghold

    Separatists have imposed a strict curfew on Donetsk, but the Ukrainian city’s young people keep on partying on. (RFE/RL’s Russian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine Moves A Step Closer To Visa-Free Travel In European Union
    Mar01

    Ukraine Moves A Step Closer To Visa-Free Travel In European Union

    Negotiators for the European Parliament and European Union member states have reached a deal to allow Ukrainian citizens to enter the political bloc without a visa. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    3 winners and 2 losers from Donald Trump’s first address to Congress
    Mar01

    3 winners and 2 losers from Donald Trump’s first address to Congress

    Donald Trump’s Tuesday night address to Congress was an unusually important occasion. While it wasn’t technically a State of the Union, it served the same purpose: to outline his priorities and policy agenda for the coming year. For many presidents, the SOTU can feel a bit rote. They reiterate policies they’ve already suggested...

    Ukrainian Minister Asks For Police To Break Up Activist Blockade Of East
    Mar01

    Ukrainian Minister Asks For Police To Break Up Activist Blockade Of East

    Ukraine’s Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said on February 28 that he has requested permission for the police force to break up an activist blockade of the country’s transit routes with areas of the east held by separatists. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia and China Veto New U.N. Sanctions on Syria
    Mar01

    Russia and China Veto New U.N. Sanctions on Syria

    (UNITED NATIONS) — Russia and China vetoed new U.N. sanctions on Syria Tuesday and the U.S. ambassador accused both countries of refusing to hold President Bashar Assad’s regime accountable for the use of chemical weapons. “They put their friends in the Assad regime ahead of our global security,” new American envoy Nikki Haley told the U.N....

    Wilders Looms Large In Dutch Elections
    Feb28

    Wilders Looms Large In Dutch Elections

    The Dutch elections planned for March 15 are being closely watched as another test of the strength of European populism, as the far-right provocateur Geert van Wilders—whose PVV party is currently leading in the polls—seeks to take power in a country once seen as a haven of cosmopolitan liberalism. Whether or not Wilders wins, however, readouts...

    Canadian spies must be ready to operate abroad: CSIS annual report
    Feb28

    Canadian spies must be ready to operate abroad: CSIS annual report

    The global security climate is not getting better any time soon and Canadian spies need to be prepared to investigate threats beyond Canada’s borders. …read more Source:...