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Bill Dod

APC set on fire in Ukraine’s Mariupol as Kiev troops announce withdrawal
An APC, allegedly captured by self-defense forces from Ukrainian troops, was set ablaze in the center of Mariupol in the aftermath of Friday’s bloody clashes. The Ukrainian National Guard has announced it will temporarily withdraw from the city center.

10.05.2014 09:42

Internationally-wanted terrorist Doku Umarov and his gang ‘neutralized’ – FSB chief
Russia’s secret service confirmed that notorious terrorist Doku Umarov has been eliminated in the first quarter of 2014. Dozens of terrorists met their deaths in the North Caucasus, hundreds of militants and their supporters were detained.

08.04.2014 06:39

Russia’s deputy PM, two presidential aides added to EU black list
Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, two presidential aides and two members of the Crimean administration are among the 12 Russian officials who were added to the European Union’s black list on Friday.

21.03.2014 17:53

Lower House ratifies federation treaty with Crimea
The State Duma has voted to ratify the acceptance of the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol as new parts of the Russian Federation.

20.03.2014 11:19

​Some Israeli killings of Palestinian civilians in West Bank may be war crimes – Amnesty
Israeli forces have killed dozens of Palestinian civilians, including children, over the last three years, and with almost complete impunity, according to the latest Amnesty International report.

27.02.2014 14:23

Ceasefire in Ukraine: Barricades doused out, violence an inch from reigniting
A tense ceasefire was announced in Kiev on the fifth day of violence, with radical protesters and riot police holding their position. Opposition leaders are negotiating with the government, but doubts remain that they will be able to stop the rioters.

January 23, 2014 15:20

Syria peace talks: 'We have taken the first small step'
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said that ‘the really hard work begins on Friday’ with regard to reaching a diplomatic solution in Syria. “Nobody underestimates the difficulty of this issue,” he announced on the first day of peace talks in Switzerland.

22.01.2014 17:04

‘Warzone’: Open street battles in Kiev as rioters, police face-off (PHOTOS)
Riot police brutally dispersed protesters from central Kiev in the largest operation since the latest outbreak of violence. Almost 200 officers have been injured over four days of scuffles. Two people were reportedly killed amid the crisis.

January 22, 2014 15:12

Molotovs v tear gas: Unrest in Ukraine’s capital enters second day
Ukrainian police have used tear gas and stun grenades after pro-EU protesters began throwing Molotov cocktails at officers. The clashes followed violence at the protests in the country’s capital, Kiev, on the previous day.

20.01.2014 16:25

Al-Qaeda-linked rebels kidnap 120 Syrian Kurds – watchdog
Al-Qaeda linked Islamists have kidnapped at least 120 Kurdish civilians from a village in Aleppo province near the border with Turkey, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, citing its sources.

13.12.2013 18:20

Pirate Bay founder kept as ‘political prisoner’ in solitary
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has slammed Sweden over Gottfrid Svartholm’s case. Since his transfer to a Danish prison, the Pirate Bay founder has been kept in solitary confinement and denied access to mail and reading material.

13.12.2013 12:49

US trying to maintain grip over Syrian conflict by ​cutting off aid to opposition
After the seizure of Free Syrian Army bases by Islamic militants, the US halted non-lethal aid to the opposition fighting against Bashar Assad’s regime. This signaled an attempt for control amid a complex Syrian civil war, analyst Eugene Puryear says.

12.12.2013 01:14