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July 31, 2014 02:05
Russia's Ambassador to the United Nations Vitaly Churkin (Reuters/Lucas Jackson)
Russia fears Kiev trying to destroy implicating MH17 evidence
Kiev authorities may be seeking to “destroy evidence” which implicates their role in the crash of the Malaysian jet, Russia's UN envoy Vitaly Churkin said, expressing concerns over the ongoing military operation in E. Ukraine in breach of UN resolution. 45
The White House in Washington DC (Image from Moscow: US will feel ‘tangible losses’ from ‘destructive, myopic’ sanctions
The new round of American economic sanctions imposed against Russia over the Ukrainian crisis will only further worsen relations between Washington and Moscow, the Russian Foreign Ministry said. 624
The medium-range RSD-10 Pioneer (SS-20) missile system (RIA Novosti / Anton Denisov) US-Russia Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty lapsing: Cui bono?
The US has accused Moscow of violating a 1987 INF Treaty banning short and medium range ballistic and cruise missiles. Experts speculate whether Washington is nudging Moscow to pull out of a treaty to create a new ‘nuke bogey’ and offer aegis to the EU. 33
The President of Bolivia Evo Morales (AFP Photo) Bolivia declares Israel ‘terrorist state’, scraps visa exemption agreement
Bolivia has declared Israel to be a “terrorist state” and renounced a visa exemption agreement with the country in protest over the ongoing Israeli military offense in Gaza which already killed more than 1,300 dead and left over 7,000 wounded. 320
Joe Raedle/Getty Images/AFP Russia wants Apple, SAP to share source codes to combat spying
Russia has suggested that IT-giants Apple and SAP disclose their source codes to Russian state specialists in order to clear up information security issues after the chain of spy scandals undermined trust in foreign products. 20
AFP Photo / Georges Gobet EU sanctions: Moscow disappointed by EU’s inability to act independently of US
Moscow is disappointed by the EU’s inability to act independently from Washington’s dictation in the international arena, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in response to the new package of sanctions. 624
Local residents in a house damaged during a rocket and mortar attack on Horlivka, Donetsk region (RIA Novosti / Mikhail Voskresenskiy) ‘Situation atrocious’: Russian Red Cross says E. Ukraine faces humanitarian catastrophe
The Russian Red Cross is not alone in its efforts. Russian Human Rights Commissioner Ella Pamfilova has been trying to achieve the same goal. 156
Palestinian rescue workers carry the body of a member of the Duheir family after removing it from under the rubble of their home which was destroyed in an Israeli air strike the previous day in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip (AFP Photo / Said Khadib) Digital front line: How Israel is shutting down Gaza’s Twitter voices
Israel’s destruction of Gaza’s only power plant may claim another, possibly unexpected, victim – Gaza’s powerful online voice. 61
A scientist separates blood cells from plasma cells to isolate any Ebola RNA (Reuters / Misha Hussain) EU on high alert as Germany agrees to accept Ebola patients
A German hospital has agreed to treat Ebola patients amid widespread fears of a possible outbreak of the deadly disease in Europe. Over 670 people have already been killed by the disease in West Africa with doctors struggling to control the epidemic. 64
AFP Photo/Georges Gobet EU adds 8 individuals, 3 Russian companies to sanctions list over Ukraine crisis
In a new wave of restrictions targeting Russia, the EU has added eight top officials and businessmen, including a Kremlin administration official, and three major companies to its sanctions list. The restrictions came into effect immediately. 62
An explosion during an Israeli strike in the northern Gaza Strip is pictured from the Israeli border with Gaza, early morning July 26, 2014, before a cease-fire takes effect. (Reuters / Ronen Zvulun) Israel launches ground incursion in Gaza Strip LIVE UPDATES
The death toll in Gaza has hit over 1,300 since Israel launched operation Protective Edge on July 8. The international community is pushing the sides to ceasefire as the world opinion rallies against Tel Aviv's operation. 332
Pro Palestinian protesters burn an Israeli flag during demonstration banned by police, in support of Gaza in central Paris, July 26, 2014 (Reuters / Benoit Tessier) Anti-Semitic attacks soar across Europe amid Israel’s operation in Gaza
Jewish communities around the world are getting to grips with a recent upswing in anti-Semitic incidents after the latest Israeli-Hamas conflict. These have included physical assaults, firebombing of synagogues and calls for violence against Israelis. 117
A convoy of military vehicles of the Ukrainian forces drives towards the eastern Ukrainian city of Lysychansk, in the region of Lugansk, on July 25, 2014. (AFP Photo / Genya Savilov) Kiev's bloody eastern Ukraine campaign LIVE UPDATES
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has called a ceasefire within a 40km radius of where Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 crashed. Russia has urged all parties in eastern Ukraine to lay down their arms while inspectors investigate what caused the tragedy. 4788
The Milky Way galaxy (Reuters/Mario Anzuoni) Milky Way galaxy much lighter than previously thought, astronomers find
For the first time astronomers have been able to precisely measure the weight of our Milky Way galaxy, which has turned out much lighter than previously thought, according to new research. 13


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