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March 05, 2015 11:56
Soldiers of the U.S. Army's 2nd Cavalry Regiment, deployed in Latvia as part of NATO's Operation Atlantic Resolve, ride in armored vehicles named "Stryker" during a joint military exercise in Adazi February 26, 2015.(Reuters / Ints Kalnins)
NATO is using Ukraine crisis to advance towards Russian borders - Defense Ministry
NATO is using the situation in Ukraine to push closer to Russia's border, according to the Russian deputy defense minister. He says the Alliance's activities have expanded considerably over the past years.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, Russian President Vladimir Putin (March 5, 2015) Putin: E.Ukraine situation difficult, at least cities not being destroyed
The situation in eastern Ukraine remains difficult, but at least cities are not being destroyed and civilians are not being killed, Russia's President Vladimir Putin said after meeting Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
AFP Photo / Marty Melville Sneaky Kiwis: Snowden leak exposes NZ doing NSA's Pacific dirty-work
New Zealand’s security agency is spying on its closest neighbors in the Pacific by collecting phone calls, emails and internet data, and then sending that data to its ally, America’s NSA, leaked Snowden files claim.
Screenshot from vimeo user Arizona State University Missing link? African bones predate earliest-known humans by 400,000yrs
A newly discovered fossil has shaken up science’s view of human evolution and could be the missing link between apes and humans: 400,000 years older than the oldest human bone found, the discovery could entirely rewrite our story.
AFP Photo / Brendan Smialowski ​‘Big jar of condoms’: Aussie radio chief deters staff from taking maternity leave
The regional head of an Australian radio network has come with a peculiar way of discouraging her staff from having babies and taking maternity leave – she keeps a big jar of condoms in the office.
Women hold placards as they march during a rally organized by Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit (unseen) protesting for justice and security for women, in New Delhi January 2, 2013.(Reuters / Adnan Abidi) Delhi rape documentary being removed from YouTube, at India govt request
After banning the broadcast of a controversial film about the gang rape and murder of a woman in Delhi in 2012, India has asked YouTube to remove all the video site’s links on the subject. It objects to the rapist’s revelations, which blame the woman.
Reuters / Paul Hackett ​Aussies to get their first-ever floating solar panel plant
Australia is to build a floating solar power plant to feed a water treatment facility near Jamestown. The plant is expected to be efficient enough to produce some extra juice for the city itself.
Reuters / Gleb Garanich Arms supplies to Ukraine in Europe’s interests – Polish security official
Weapon supplies to Ukraine will serve the best interests of Poland and the whole of Europe, said Stanislaw Koziej, head of Poland's National Security Council.
AFP Photo / Philippe Huguen French postman fined for stealing over 13,000 letters
A French postman has been found guilty of stealing over 13,000 letters and keeping them hidden in his home. The postman, who lawyers claimed suffers from “compulsive hoarding disorder” received a suspended sentence and was fined $4,500.
Reuters / Maxim Zmeyev
Ukraine media falsely claim Dutch prosecutors accused Russia of MH17 downing
Ukrainian media in unison are misquoting Dutch investigators as accusing Russia of shooting down Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in July last year.
RIA Novosti / Natalia Seliverstova ‘Ukraine’s disintegrating economy’ comment lands Polish deputy PM in hot water
Polish authorities have criticized the deputy prime minister's remark on Ukraine‘s disintegrating economy, calling it “unfair.” Janusz Piechocinski painted a black scenario for the country gripped by hyperinflation and currency plunge.
L-R: Ames scientists Michel Nuevo, Christopher Materese and Scott Sandford reproduce uracil, cytosine, and thymine, three key components of our hereditary material, in the laboratory. (NASA/ Dominic Hart) NASA scientists reproduce 3 key life components
Trying to get to the bottom of life, NASA scientists have reproduced cytosine, thymine, and uracil - three key components of life found in both DNA and RNA in a laboratory in Moffett Field, California.
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland 
(AFP Photo / Vano Shlamov
US boosting ‘anti-propaganda’ budget, mulling ‘increase of lethality’ for Ukraine support – Nuland
Washington and its NATO allies have already spent over $110 million on “security assistance” to Ukraine and are considering increasing the “lethality” of the aid, a top US diplomat told a Congressional committee in an accusatory anti-Russia speech.
Reuters / Ismail Zitouny ​Libya declares force majeure at 11 oil fields in midst of ISIS crisis
Following attacks by Islamist militants on oil installations and ports in Libya, the National Oil Co. has declared a force majeure at 11 oil fields, a clause in contracts that frees parties from liability in extraordinary situations.


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