Monday Aug 4
Washington Still Can't Pick Foreign Clients
As Afghanistan's corrupt president, Hamid Karzai, slinks away into retirement and Iraq's hapless prime minster, Nouri al-Maliki, desperately tries to keep his job despite the onset of civil war, Washington's faulty judgment about foreign clients is again on display.
MPs in Western Ukrainian Lvov demand Poroshenko reinstate Nazi collaborators as national heroes
The city council of Lvov in western Ukraine has urged the Nazi collaborators and nationalist icons, Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevich, be reinstated as heroes of Ukraine.
Profile: Ukraine's new defence minister
Ukraine's new defence minister, Valeriy Heletey, is a former police officer who has been responsible for guarding the country's most important officials and installations since March 2014.
Gas transmission line project proposed in Virginia
Gas transmission line project proposed in Virginia Two companies are proposing to build a natural gas transmission line from the Appalachian region into Virginia.
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Wikileaks Says Ukraine's Poroshenko 'Was US Informant'
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, who was sworn in last week, is perceived to be a controversial figure in and out of Ukraine.