Russia and Ukraine have resumed gas supply talks in the Belgian capital, Brussels, in a bid to avert a gas crisis in Europe. Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak and his Ukrainian counterpart, Yuri Prodan, began talks Wednesday, mediated by European Union Energy Commissioner.
As one of the preconditions to authorizing close to $300 million in aid, the United States is pressuring El Salvador to purchase genetically modified seeds from Monsanto instead of non-GM seeds from local farmers.
Police in Chile have clashed with tens of thousands of students protesting against the government’s educational reforms. Police used teargas and water cannons to break up the rally which was held in front of the presidential palace in Chile’s capital Santiago on Tuesday.
Despite a pledge from new Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to broker a ceasefire, there is no end in sight to the military offensive in the east of the country, where self-defense forces have organized improvised training camps.
Twenty SU-27 fighter jets are to be relocated to Belbek airbase in Crimea by the end of 2014, a source at the Russian Ministry of Defense told RIA Novosti Tuesday. Russian pilots are to fly these planes, while pilots who quit the Ukrainian army are being trained as well.
We came dangerously close to nuclear war when the United States was fighting in Vietnam, Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg told a reunion of the Stanford anti-Vietnam War movement in May 2014.
Days to go to the June 12 opening of the World Cup football (soccer) tournament in Brazil, the country has been shaken by a series of strikes and protests, including a six-day walkout by transit workers that has paralyzed the country’s largest city, São Paulo, with a population of nearly 12 million people.
Donetsk makes 23% of GDP and 13% of industrial production in Ukraine. This means that without Donetsk Republic the rest of Ukraine would be bankrupt and much more poorer than it is now, essentially could be called the economic engine. Why does Donetsk need the rest of Ukraine?
The Drug Enforcement Administration is drafting a potential contract for help with “rapid prototyping,” data analysis and other information technology services within its special intelligence unit, according to federal databases.
Owner of largest independent coal producer in the U.S. threatening to sue Environmental Protection Agency over its new regulations on carbon emissions from existing coal plants, saying the agency has been lying about the existence of global warming, and that the earth is actually getting colder.
The federal government has bagged an unprecedented $360 million from household bank accounts since a controversial change to unclaimed money laws, figures from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission show.
The campaign against harmful tendencies in the internet, including pedophilia and propaganda of suicide cannot in any way justify restrictions aimed against civil freedoms and Human Rights, Vladimir Putin said at the Tuesday meeting with leaders of the Russian internet industry.
Newly elected Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko ordered creation of humanitarian corridors to allow civilians a way to flee the conflict-hit areas of the east, tasked government ministers with organizing transport and relocation conditions for civilians trapped in conflict-stricken areas to leave.
Many American Jews no longer support Israeli policy in the occupied Palestinian territories. Split among US Jews has its roots in the settlement building in the occupied territories after the 1967 Six Day War. Jewish leaders fear the split among Jews could undermine US support for Israel.
Merck was aware of a popular drug's impact on bones but still pushed it on doctors and patients. It has been a decade since Merck's "super-aspirin" Vioxx (rofecoxib) was withdrawn from the market after a study showed it doubled the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
7,300 Ukrainians fled to neighboring Russia's Rostov Region, since Sunday, region's government said on its website Monday. 7,335 Ukrainian citizens entered Rostov Region in the past day, 15 Rostov municipal districts, maintained a state emergency. Nine injured Ukrainians received aid.
The North Atlantic alliance’s attempts to go eastwards are “artificial” and contradict the pledge not to expand “one inch to the east” given to Russia, Russia’s Foreign Minister said after meeting his Finnish counterpart Erkki Tuomioja.
Hundreds of unaccompanied migrant children from Central America transported from Texas to detention center Nogales, Arizona, mostly from Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, expect 90,000 minors will cross into US without parents, Authorities overwhelmed by influx shipping them to Arizona.
US government rejects vote in Syria, can’t have election if millions have no ability to vote.”US-backed Poroshenko won election, millions had no ability to vote. “Illegal” for Crimea to vote to secede from Ukraine, not illegal for mob to overthrow elected government in Kiev. John Kerry:“victory for democracy.
Two diplomatic messages from the WikiLeaks Public Library on U.S. Diplomacy indicate that newly elected President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko was an agent for United States State Department.Is he still working for Washington, DC?
Numerous Russians, have signed up to fight in Ukraine in recent weeks, Significant number of Russian citizens slipped across the border in recent weeks. Most men come across unarmed, picking up rifles later on that might have been pilfered from Ukrainian military arsenals. Live in hotels, and tent camps.
Tennessee Sheriff Dalton refused to provide Friedmann, editor Prison Legal News with records pertaining to medical care other services for inmates, he paid him a home visit, ordered background checks, called Department of Homeland Security in effort to get federal agents to harass Friedmann.
Protesters sporting shirts with slogans like “Defend our children from overseas poison, “I refuse Cola for Russia, lining up plastic bottles of coke dropping in pieces of Mentos candy to chemically erupt a three-foot-high caramel-colored fountain.
The U.S. Treasury Department said it sets limits while allowing the nation’s intelligence agencies to access reports that banks file on suspicious or large money moves by customers, including information about Americans.
Beginning August 1st of this year, JP Morgan & Chase Co. will charge their customers for depositing cash into their accounts. According to an internal document sent to account holders, in less than a month from now “the fee for all types of Cash Deposit Processing (CDP) will be $0.25 per $100.
Cannabis Conference was put together by a nonprofit organization called My Compassion, of patients and educators who promote the positive effects of marijuana when used against various diseases, including cancer and multiple sclerosis.
Kiev’s relentless military operation in the country's east intensifying. Slavyansk one of the main targets of artillery attacks, Indiscriminate fire hit residential buildings, schools, hospitals, homes totally demolished. People dying each day. President Poroshenko: "We must reach a ceasefire this week.
Taking over the West Bank is the “only sane plan”, even if it tears the Israeli government in two, Finance Minister Naftali Bennett has declared. The opposition threatens to topple the cabinet if it extends Israeli sovereignty over any settlements.
Refugees from all parts of eastern Ukrainian continue to arrive in Russia to escape Kiev’s military operation. About 20,000 women and children from Ukraine’s southeast have crossed the border in the last three days for an uncertain future.
The US Air Force has sent more of its bombers to Europe, deploying two B-2 stealth aircraft as part of a military exercise. On Sunday they joined three B-52 StratoFortress bombers already deployed in Britain. All the visiting American aircraft are stationed at RAF Fairford, a British air base west of London
A bill introduced by Democratic lawmakers in Delaware would allow adults to possess marijuana. Republicans are voicing opposition, calling marijuana a “pathway to greater drug use. Governor Jack Markell says he is open to discussions. 20 other states have decided to weaken penalties.
Pro-Russian forces have shot down a Ukrainian army plane in the eastern city of Sloviansk as Kiev continues its military offensive. Deadly clashes between pro-Russia protesters and the Ukrainian army since Kiev launched military operations. Poroshenko ruled out negotiations.
Five peoplek killed, Ukrainian forces shell downtown Slavyansk in country’s east. Four-year-old girl among the dead, died in fire at local leisure center. People of Slavyansk without water and electricity for days. Schools, houses, orphanage targeted by Kiev’s military in Slavyansk.
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has said that fighting in the eastern regions of the country must stop by the “end of this week.” And to do that, we must restore the Ukrainian border so that the safety of each Ukrainian citizen is guaranteed." Western countries promised to support Poroshenko.
At least 13 people have been killed after a well-trained group of militants disguised as security guards stormed the airport in Karachi, Pakistan’s largest city. The standoff continued for 5 hours before all terrorists were eliminated by security forces.
Death and destruction is reported in eastern Ukraine as Kiev’s artillery has resumed shelling the rebellious city of Slavyansk. Locals tell RT they have been without running water and power for days, and that hope is fading. Four people killed in the shelling, a small girl among them.
Ukraine’s central government, has given up manning border with Russia in the southeast where opposition to authorities overwhelmed Kiev government’s ability to police border there. Guards at town of Severniy abandoned their post, anyone can cross unimpeded there to and from Ukraine and Russia.
Thousands of protesters in Spain have urged the abolition of monarchy following the king’s recent abdication in favor of his son. Left-wing political parties and civil groups have demanded a referendum on the issue.
US President Barack Obama held an “informal conversation” with Vladimir Putin during the 70th anniversary of D-Day in France. Although the two leaders ignored each other at the group photograph, the White House said they speak “for 10 to 15 minutes” once they went inside for the luncheon.
Iraq saw one of the bloodiest days Saturday with a string of car bombings killing an estimated total of 60 in Baghdad, while a further 59 died in the country’s north. Several fatalities were also reported after militants took students hostage in Ramadi. Clashes in Mosul took lives of 21 police, 38 militants.
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