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4 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News
The federal government is targeting more Russian officials with sanctions and travel bans as part of its pressure campaign against president Vladimir Putin's activities in Ukraine. Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird says Canada will send 200 election observers and a dozen members of Parliament to Ukraine next month to help monitor the country's parliamentary elections.
5 hrs ago | NewsOn6 Tulsa
The FBI is investigating after a police officer in suburban Kansas City, Missouri, used a stun gun to subdue a 17-year-old during a traffic stop, leaving him hospitalized in critical condition. A 17-year-old Missouri boy is in critical but stable condition after police subdued him with a stun gun, and a family spokesman says doctors are trying to bring him out of a medically induced coma.
7 hrs ago | Connecticut Post
In this Tuesday Oct. 29, 2013 file photo Russian President Vladimir Putin presents a medal to Russian billionaire tycoon Alisher Usmanov, right, at the award ceremony in the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia. A media company owned by Kremlin-friendly oligarch Alisher Usmanov has splashed out $1.5 billion to gain full control of Russia's most popular social network, VKontakte, bringing an end to a months-long dispute that saw the original investors sue each other in court.
7 hrs ago | Ilford Recorder
Mike Gapes is not afraid of wearing his heart on his sleave as shown when he criticised Prince Charles for making "indiscreet" remarks about Russian president Vladimir Putin earlier this year. Now the Ilford South MP has joined the fight against breast cancer taking part in a campaign's flagship fundraiser, Wear It Pink day.
7 hrs ago | ABC News
The Investigative Committee said Tuesday that Vladimir Yevtushenkov, the head of Sistema holding company, has been placed under house arrest. The committee said the 66-year old Yevtushenkov is suspected of involvement in a money-laundering scheme involving oil assets in the Russian province of Bashkiria.
11 hrs ago | Russia Taday
Economic integration is postponed until the end of 2015. The document was approved at 1:00pm in Kiev and there was a synchronous signing session in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
Rick Hansen welcomed The Countess of Wessex to the Blusson Spinal Cord Centre Sunday for a tour showcasing ground-breaking innovations in spinal cord injury care and research. Sir Elton, now 67, was in fine vocal form, belting out the words with a thunderous tone matching the way he hammered the keys on his Yamaha grand piano.
Two members of Russia's Pussy Riot protest group found supporters of their opposition to President Vladimir Putin during their almost two years in prison, even fielding autograph requests from guards, the activists said on Monday. The pair, Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, were jailed after performing a profanity-laced protest against Putin at a Moscow cathedral in 2012.
The Russian rouble has hit historic lows against the dollar as investors worried about Moscow's response to a new wave of Western sanctions over the Ukraine crisis. As Ciara Lee reports Europe's fragile recovery could be hurt by any retaliatory action.
Heavy fighting broke out in eastern Ukraine on Sunday between pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian government forces, leaving at least six dead. The fighting, which shattered a 10-day-old cease-fire, erupted around the airport in the rebel-dominated eastern city of Donetsk.
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The Russian ruble fell to a new record low against the US dollar, passing the 38 units to the dollar benchmark, after the EU and US rolled out new sanctions paired with dropping oil prices. Investors are uneasy on what Russia's response will be.
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A pro-Kremlin legislator says Russia should ban Euronews over footage showing Ukrainian forces using an image depicting President Vladimir Putin as Adolf Hitler for target practice.
A few months ago it looked like East Asia might be the place where the crumbling global order of the past quarter-century, centered on U.S. power and values, would face a decisive crisis. Chinese boats , planes and oil rigs were pressing into territories claimed by Japan, Vietnam and the Philippines; there was anti-Japanese fervor in the Chinese media and disturbing nationalist gestures from the most hawkish Japanese government in years.
Mass apathy and a scarcity of serious challengers to state-preferred candidates were the recurrent themes of Russia's nationwide voting day on Sunday, which pundits said attested to the Kremlin's tightening grip on all levels of the Russian electoral system. Voters in 84 of the country's 85 federal subjects were summoned to some 64,000 polling stations to elect 30 regional governors, 14 regional and 21 municipal legislatures, as well as other forms of regional authority.
Remember Kim Jong Un? North Korea's dictator is overshadowed these days by Vladimir Putin and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, but not because he has mellowed. This month he test-fired short-range missiles for nearly the 20th time since January, while the International Atomic Energy Agency revealed evidence of new operations at the Yongbyon plutonium-processing facility.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 02:31 pm
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