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Shot to death in the shadow of the Kremlin
Leading Russian opposition politician Boris Y. Nemtsov, a former first deputy prime minister under President Boris Yeltsin, was shot dead on a Moscow street near the Kremlin early Saturday, Russian officials and news agencies reported.
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At the risk of sounding insensitive, is anyone surprised, airliners full of tourist are shot down for no reason, and this guy was a political adversary, he should have seen it coming. 
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First anti-austerity protest since leftists took power in January
Greek leftists angered by government backtracking on election promises to ease austerity measures took to the streets of Athens for the first time since the leftist Syriza party came to power last month in an overnight melee that saw shop windows smashed, cars torched and rocks hurled at riot police.
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Both sides threaten to redeploy if shooting resumes
Ukrainian defense officials and leaders of the separatist rebellion in eastern Ukraine announced Thursday that they were moving tanks and other heavy weaponry away from the front lines in a belated effort to abide by the conditions of a European-brokered peace agreement.
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Communist government's lies garner support for pro-democracy movement, young activist says
By his own admission, Joshua Wong isn’t physically intimidating.
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Leftists accuse the new Athens government of retreating on election promises 
Greece's creditors agreed Tuesday to accept its list of promised reforms and belt-tightening in exchange for a four-month extension of its bailout program in a move that should keep funds flowing to the cash-strapped country.
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Iran's supreme leader says Western sanctions punish Islamic revolution, not nuclear programs
Iran's supreme leader warned Wednesday that Western sanctions are unlikely to be lifted even in the event of a nuclear deal with six foreign powers because the West opposes the fundamental principles of the country's Islamic revolution.
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Gas runs out in three days, hard currency in three weeks
Fighting has eased between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russia separatists in recent days as both sides have begun to withdraw heavy weapons but the greater danger now confronting Ukrainians is collapse of their debt-strangled economy.
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Dutch need warning signs, like Salem, Oregon
The latest attacks on innocent bystanders that have Dutch villagers cowering in their homes at night come not from armed extremists but from an unusually aggressive owl with a nearly 6-foot wingspan.
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+Isaiah Christman I hope not, im trying to save lives, and even doctors make a profit. 
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U.N. Security Council vetoes torpedo intervention that could save lives, rights group says
Shameful milestones in human rights abuses were reached in 2014 as tens of thousands of civilians were killed amid armed conflicts from Syria to Ukraine and the world's wealthiest countries did little to halt the violence, Amnesty International reported Wednesday.
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Foreign ministers decline to point fingers at cease-fire violators
European diplomats gathered in Paris on Tuesday in an attempt to rescue the battered peace plan for Ukraine but failed to agree on any censure of the warring factions that have continued to fight in spite of the truce proclaimed nearly two weeks ago.
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Europe's great experiment on the line in Athens challenge
As Greece's new leftist leaders engage in an economic battle of chicken with their European creditors, the outcome of crisis talks portends dramatic consequences for the perennially indebted Mediterranean country as well as for its European lenders and global economic stability.
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European brokers powerless to insist Russia abide by Minsk commitments
Exhausted and demoralized, Ukrainian soldiers stumbled out of an embattled railway junction town in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday after Kremlin-backed separatists captured the vital transportation hub and raised the Russian flag over its artillery-pocked commercial center.
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Senior international affairs writer tapping 25 years' experience as a foreign correspondent in Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.
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    Editorial journalism, psychology, 1973 - 1977
    Russian language and Soviet studies 1980-83
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