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      UNSC holds 26th emergency meeting on Ukraine
      Nov12

      UNSC holds 26th emergency meeting on Ukraine

      The UNSC is holding its 26th emergency session on Ukraine amid worries about a renewal of full-scale conflict. The UN Security Council is holding its 26th emergency session on Ukraine amid worries about a renewal of full-scale conflict in the rebel-held east. Wednesday’s meeting comes hours after NATO’s top commander said new columns...

      Human remains found at MH17 site but no wreckage recovery
      Nov12

      Human remains found at MH17 site but no wreckage recovery

      The site of the crash in Ukraine. (Source: AP) Dutch forensic experts recovered further human remains at the crash site of downed flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine today, but said they could not yet start salvaging the wreckage. “A small team has recovered body parts at the site after pieces of the wreckage were lifted with a crane,” the Dutch...

      West confronts Putin at Asia-Pacific summit over Ukraine crisis and MH17
      Nov12

      West confronts Putin at Asia-Pacific summit over Ukraine crisis and MH17

      Putin had a close-up brush with Western anger over the Ukraine crisis and the downing of Flight MH17. Russian President Vladimir Putin had a close-up brush with Western anger over the Ukraine crisis and the downing of Flight MH17, as the White House warned that his sanctions-hit government was staring at “isolation”. Putin held separate bilateral...

      ‘Wagah a crystalline, horrible symbol of what’s wrong with Pak’
      Nov10

      ‘Wagah a crystalline, horrible symbol of what’s wrong with Pak’

      Strobe Talbott, former US deputy secretary of state who now heads the Brookings Institution think tank, tells Rakesh Sinha why China’s assertiveness in the region is worrisome, and why no sensible American is thinking about an India-US alliance. As someone who has engaged and tracked India very closely, what are your first impressions of...

      Families, friends mourn MH17 victims in Amsterdam
      Nov10

      Families, friends mourn MH17 victims in Amsterdam

      Anonymous supporters, one wearing a sign which reads “MH17 Stop The Cover Up” demonstrate outside the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014. (AP Photo) Hundreds of grieving family members and friends of victims of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster are gathering in Amsterdam for a national commemoration ceremony...

      25 years later, Germany marks the fall that changed the world
      Nov09

      25 years later, Germany marks the fall that changed the world

      Germany on Sunday celebrates the 25th anniversary of the night the Berlin Wall fell, a pivotal moment in the collapse of communism and the start of the country’s emergence as the major power at the heart of Europe. A 15-km chain of lighted balloons along the former border will be released into the air Sunday evening — around the time on...

      Ukraine accuses Russia of sending dozens of tanks
      Nov08

      Ukraine accuses Russia of sending dozens of tanks

      Ukraine on Friday accused Russia of sending dozens of tanks and other heavy weapons into rebel-controlled eastern regions and said five servicemen were killed in clashes with the rebels. Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council spokesman Andriy Lysenko said at least 32 tanks, 16 artillery systems and 30 trucks loaded with fighters and...

      22 wounded in Ukraine shelling: Official
      Nov07

      22 wounded in Ukraine shelling: Official

      At least 22 civilians and soldiers have been wounded in the latest shelling between pro-Russian separatists and government forces in southeastern Ukraine, officials said on Friday. The mayor’s office in Donetsk, the biggest rebel-held city, said there had been shelling most of the night in two neighbourhoods facing the nearby ruins of the...

      Despite spat with Russia, Poles honour Soviet troops
      Nov01

      Despite spat with Russia, Poles honour Soviet troops

      Flowers are placed on the tomb of Spanish Army Blue Division members who died during WWII, next a Spanish pre-constitutional flag during All Saints Day, a Catholic holiday to reflect on the saints and deceased relatives, Madrid, Spain. The diplomatic spat with Russia over Ukraine has not prevented Poles from placing hundreds of candles on the...