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1 hr ago | 9NEWS
Russia today, at least on the surface, is very different from the Russia of the Cold War and the early 1990s.
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5 hrs ago | The Telegraph
New Delhi, Dec. 11: Indian diplomats in key capitals around the world this evening braced themselves to tackle a possible backlash against the Supreme Court's judgment that has once again criminalised gay sex and could hit the nation's image as a liberal democracy.
10 hrs ago | EDGE
13 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
Human rights advisers to President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday criticized his proposal to free some prisoners on the 20th anniversary of Russia's constitution, arguing it was far too limited to help ease social tensions.
17 hrs ago | Daily Kos
I'm here, I'm queera .uma something something beer? How does that go again? I dunno, but I do know this: a Despite the repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' the Supreme Court's DOMA decision, rapidly-shifting attitudes and the 16 states in which marriage-equality has proven to be a locust-free experience , the anti-gay forces are still fightinga ... (more)
In a letter that will be sent to the national Olympic committees that are sending athletes to the Sochi Games, the IOC is reminding all participants to refrain from engaging in demonstrations, political gestures, or protests while in Russia.
When NBC broadcasts the Winter Olympics from Sochi, Russia, in February, it will feature political commentary from Russia expert David Remnick, a journalist and historian who'll most likely discuss the nation's "gay propaganda" law, among other issues.
A Texas woman and former actress pleaded guilty Tuesday to sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, under a deal that her attorney has said would cap prison time... A Texas woman and former actress pleaded guilty Tuesday to sending ricin-laced letters to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor ... (more)
It's usually hard enough simply to figure out what is currently going on, and writers and pundits do not have a particularly good track record when it comes to making predictions about the future.
Ukrainian Protests Continue by Stephen Lendman Pro-EU elements called for a Sunday "March of Millions."
President MiloA Zeman has said he plans to have the final word in the line-up of the new cabinet.
Vladimir Putin tightened his hold on Russia's media on Monday by dissolving the main state news agency, seen by hawks as too liberal, and creating a new outlet to improve Moscow's image under a more conservative editor.
New Yorker editor David Remnick will contribute to NBC's coverage of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
The announcement would make Gauck, a former pastor, the first major political figure to boycott the Games, which will be held at the Black Sea resort in February.
KIEV, Ukraine - Public protests thundered into a full-throttle civil uprising in Ukraine on Sunday, as hundreds of thousands of protesters answered President Viktor Yanukovych's dismissiveness with their biggest rally so far, demanding that he and his government resign.
Saudi Arabia is proposing a sweeping deal to Russia that solidifies Moscow's position in the Middle East and Persian Gulf largely at the expense of the United States, according to informed Egyptian security officials.