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Russia Kowtows to Beijing in Advance of APEC
Last week a 2008 court decision became real for one older Russian woman who practices Falun Gong. Olga ...
August 21, 2012
Euro 2012 Ukraine’s Lost Chance
This week Ukraine plays host to the European soccer championship, an event many had hoped would bring much ...
June 12, 2012
Observers Deem Russian Elections ‘Unfair’
A day after Vladimir Putin took a 64 percent win in presidential elections, putting him right back in ...
March 6, 2012
Tymoshenko’s Ally Sentenced to 4 Years
A Kyiv court on Monday found former Ukraine Interior Minister Yuriy Lutsenko guilty of embezzlement and abuse of ...
February 28, 2012
Russia and Ukraine Tense Over Cheese
A major trade dispute over cheese is fermenting between Russia and Ukraine with Moscow banning Ukrainian cheese imports ...
February 16, 2012
In Ukraine, Small-Business Owners Push Corruption Fight to the Limit
Ever since Igor Zaprudskiy, 50, owner of a small lamp store in Eastern Ukraine, decided to take up ...
January 30, 2012
EU, Ukraine Stall Signing Pact Over Jailed Former PM
European Union leaders refused to ink a landmark trade and political agreement with Kyiv on Monday over accusations ...
December 19, 2011
Chernobyl Veterans Keep Up Hunger Strike for Pensions
Chernobyl pensioners whose payments have been reduced as part of the government's cuts to social welfare are choosing ...
December 8, 2011
Ukraine Pensioners Dying for Financial Relief
For 10 days they have foregone food—veterans, once tasked with cleaning up the world's worst nuclear disaster in ...
November 24, 2011
EU and Ukraine Relationship Tense
The European Union's relationship with Kyiv has deteriorated over recent months dampening hopes for Ukraine's bid to join ...
November 9, 2011
Elections Not Expected to Solve Kyrgyzstan’s Woes
A September poll showed front-runner, Prime Minister Almazbek Atambayev, winning 65 percent of voters' support.
October 27, 2011
French Parliament Backs Continued Support of NATO Operations in Libya
The French Parliament voted Tuesday to continue participating in NATO operations in Libya, which seek a political solution ...
July 12, 2011
Bosnia Marks Massacre Anniversary
Bosnia's small eastern town Srebrenica on Monday marked the 16th anniversary of the 1993-95 civil war.
July 11, 2011
Russia and China Strongly Denounce Middle East Intervention
As the situation in Syria worsens, the United States has perhaps stepped to far into the domestic affairs ...
June 16, 2011
Ukrainian MPs’ Bad Manners Under Scrutiny
The Ukrainian national Parliament has been a center of political conflict with disagreements among parliamentarians turning to fisticuffs.
May 31, 2011
Belarus President Threatens to Expel Foreign Media
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko ordered the closing some foreign media on Friday, particularly Russian.
May 27, 2011
Former Ukrainian PM Faces Charges
Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko was charged on Tuesday with abusing her authority while in office and ...
May 24, 2011
Ancient Battle Breaks Out in Ukraine
An eighth century battle was fought over the weekend in Kopachev, Ukraine, a village about 25 miles from ...
May 19, 2011
US Puts Sanctions on Syrian President and Government Officials
The U.S. imposed sanctions on Syrian President Bashar Assad and his government Wednesday in the wake of escalating ...
May 18, 2011
Corruption Rampant in the Balkans: UN Report
The United Nations anti-corruption agency has documented a pervasive pattern of corruption and bribery in the Western Balkan ...
May 17, 2011
EU May Give Greece More Time to Pay Its Debts
Greece might be given more time to repay its mounting debts, EU officials said on Tuesday. Greece's debt ...
May 17, 2011
Wife of Jailed Belarus Opposition Leader Gets Suspended Sentence
A Minsk court gave Irina Khalip a two-year suspended sentence on Monday after jailing her husband, former presidential ...
May 16, 2011
Bosnian Crisis Averted for Time Being
Bosnian Serb leaders in the Republika Srpska region of Bosnia have canceled plans to hold a referendum challenging ...
May 15, 2011
EU Debates Whether Open Border Policy Is Too Open
Europe's parties are divided over a proposal by the union's executive body, the European Commission, to adjust migration ...
May 5, 2011
No End In Sight for Belarus’s Economic Nose Dive
Belarus has been in an economic tailspin since last December's presidential election and the brutal suppression that followed ...
April 27, 2011
Police Interfere with Protest Against Chinese Official in Ukraine
Police rounded up about a dozen human rights protesters in Kyiv on Wednesday, protesting against the visit of ...
April 21, 2011
Ukraine Needs More Funds for New Chernobyl Protection Shield
Twenty five years after the Chernobyl disaster in the Ukraine, funding is still falling short to shield the ...
April 19, 2011
Trump Authorizes Release of Oil From US Strategic Petroleum Reserve After Saudi Attacks
Rep. Ilhan Omar Responds to 9/11 Victim’s Family
Colombia–Venezuela Tensions Escalate as US, Allies Trigger Regional Pact
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Hong Kong Police Accused of Discriminatory Treatment During Clashes Between Pro-Beijing and Pro-Democracy Protesters
Gabbard Campaign Sues Google Over Suspending Ads, Suppressing Free Speech
Trump Says Kavanaugh Should ‘Start Suing People for Libel’ After Assault Allegation
House Panel Requests Documents From Facebook, Google, Amazon, Apple in Probe
Bipartisan Group Urges Public Release of List of Chinese Military Firms
Auto Workers Union Says Its 49,000 Members Will Strike Against GM at Midnight
The Associated Press
Survey Finds 53 Percent of Likely Voters Oppose Dems’ Union Pension Bailout