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1 hr ago | Wall Street Journal

Berlin Prepares for Russia Sanctions

German leaders sought to prepare the public for the consequences of sanctions against Russia ahead of a week in which the European Union is expected to significantly escalate its economic response to the crisis in Ukraine.


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6 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

Bulgaria's Socialists pick new leader as election looms

Bulgaria's scandal-tainted Socialist Party picked a new leader on Sunday with the task of winning back disaffected voters before an early parliamentary election set for October 5 in the European Union 's poorest member state.


Related Topix: Bulgaria, World News, Sergei Stanishev

10 hrs ago |

MH17 armed mission 'unrealistic' as Ukraine fighting kills 13: Dutch PM

Dutch authorities probing the downing of Malaysian flight MH17 said on Sunday it was "unrealistic" to send armed troops to secure the crash site, after 13 people including two children were killed in fierce fighting in insurgent-held east Ukraine.


Related Topix: Ukraine, Netherlands,

14 hrs ago | The Independent

Israel-Gaza conflict: Burst of anti-Semitic attacks in UK as crisis rages in the Middle East

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Related Topix: Israel, World News, Middle East, Twitter, Riot, United Kingdom

18 hrs ago | Reuters

Far behind Merkel, German left leader plots party revival

The German political landscape is strewn with men who tried to take on Angela Merkel and failed.


Related Topix: World News, Germany, Angela Merkel

22 hrs ago | Salisbury Journal

Commemorations for the start of WW1

A national day of commemoration in the UK and Belgium will mark 100 years since Britain's entry into the First World War, part of an epic four-year project to mark the centenary of the Great War.

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Related Topix: Essex County, England, World News, United Kingdom, Greater London County, England, Prince Harry

Sat Jul 26, 2014

British extremist backs rebels who shot down Flight MH17 and wants Russia to take over Europe

Thomas Scott-Chambers, 28, is head of dangerous new pro-Russia group Za Rossiu, meaning For Russia, which backs Vladimir Putin's incursions on Ukraine This is the bespectacled young British extremist plotting to inspire a Russian takeover of Europe - from a flat above a second-hand car salesroom in Doncaster.


Related Topix: World News, United Kingdom, Vladimir Putin, South Yorkshire County, England, North Yorkshire County, England, Nottinghamshire County, England, Lincolnshire County, England, Israel, Middle East

Minister: Flights between Aruba, Venezuela resume

ORANJESTAD, Aruba Flights between Venezuela and Aruba resumed Saturday, ending a brief suspension by the South American country to protest the arrest of its designated counsel to the island territory, the highest-ranking Venezuelan official ever detained on a U.S. warrant.


Related Topix: Aruba, Central America, World News, Netherlands, Drugs

Montrose Today

Mary Duff in concert at Whitehall

Mary Duff makes a welcome return to the Whitehall Theatre, Dundee on Saturday, September 6 with her own show of country, Irish and popular music.


Related Topix: Country, Mary Duff, World News, United Kingdom, Tayside County, Scotland, Daniel o'donnell


Donetsk residents flee Ukraine fighting

Long lines of cars jammed the roads leading south out of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine Saturday as residents attempted to flee the city center after a night of heavy shelling on the city's northern outskirts.


Related Topix: World News, Ukraine,

The Baltimore Sun

Mayor of central Ukrainian city shot dead

The mayor of the central Ukrainian town of Kremenchuk was shot dead on Saturday and the house of another mayor in Lviv to the West was hit by fire from a grenade launcher, the Interior Ministry said.


Related Topix: World News, Ukraine

The Independent

John Brown sex abuse case: Brother of Irish politician Dana Scallon cleared of charges

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

Salisbury Journal

Pioneering pier is 200 years old

Ryde pier during the Fleet Review of 1977 with Britannia, as the 200th anniversary of the opening of Britain's first seaside pier, Ryde pier on the Isle of Wight, is being today.


Related Topix: Isle of Wight County, England, United Kingdom, World News, Hampshire County, England, Kent County, England, North Yorkshire County, England

Russia delivers combat aircraft to Iraq; experts wonder whether it will help or hurt

Mi-35 helicopter gunships and Su-25 fighter-bombers were hastily added in June to a multibillion-dollar arms deal that had been signed before militants from the Islamic State stormed through northern and central Iraq, eventually driving the crumbling Iraqi army to the gates of Baghdad.


Related Topix: Iraq, World News, Middle East, United Kingdom

Daily Reporter

What happened? The day Flight 17 was downed

It was lunchtime when a tracked launcher with four SA-11 surface-to-air missiles rolled into town and parked on Karapetyan Street.

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Related Topix: World News, Ukraine, Malaysia,

Myrtle Beach Online

Bayreuth Wagner fest starts with stage malfunction

Guests arrive for opening of the Bayreuth Festival in Bayreuth, Germany, Friday, July 25, 2014.


Related Topix: World News, Germany, Richard Wagner, Opera, Entertainment

Myrtle Beach Online

Country music's twang heard around the world

Country musician Brad Paisley's first tour of the United Kingdom in 2000 didn't leave him much to write home to West Virginia about.


Related Topix: World News, United Kingdom, Country, Brad Paisley, Taylor Swift, Ireland, Entertainment

Lake County Record-Bee

Ex-'X Factor' judge Tulisa fined for blogger blow

British singer Tulisa Contostavlos, centre, arrives at Stratford Magistrates Court, in London, Friday July 25, 2014.


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The Baltimore Sun

Venezuela says ex-intelligence head arrested in Aruba

Venezuela's former military intelligence chief, accused of involvement in drug trafficking by the United States, was arrested on a Caribbean island while on diplomatic business, the South American country said in a sternly worded statement on Thursday.


Related Topix: Netherlands, Hugo Chavez

Chilliwack Times

More sanctions against Ukrainian rebels

The Conservative government has announced further sanctions against Ukrainian rebels and an array of Russian arms, financial and energy companies thought to be assisting them.


Related Topix: World News, Ukraine, Stephen Harper, Vladimir Putin, North America, Canada