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World NowJailed former Ukrainian leader Yulia Tymoshenko lost an appeal Wednesday to overturn her conviction for abusing her power, charges that Western leaders argue are politically motivated....
The Religion WorldReligion News Service news aggregator Daniel Burke picked up this item from blogger Jonathan Turley: A Catholic group in Ukraine says SpongeBob Squarepants is “a large-scale experiment on Ukrainian children” to “create criminals and...
Channel Guide MagazineYou have to admit that it’s a pretty creepy setting. Chernobyl Diaries is set in the town of Pripyat, in the Ukraine. Back in the waning days of the Soviet Union, Pripyat was the location of the world’s most infamous nuclear plant disaster....
TOKYO - Japan, the world's largest corn importer, is set to spend $20 million to help feed mills boost stockpiles and safeguard food security as the nation shifts purchases from the United States to Ukraine and Brazil. Feed makers will probably expand...
Tags: Marubeni Corporation, Inventories, Tokyo (Japan), Japan, Brazil
CNNIt's a cautionary tale: Capping off a 50-day bender with a transcontinental flight may cause confusion. A Ukrainian man returning from a trip during which he "got drunk and stayed drunk for the entire 50 days," according to court papers, faces federal...
For some reason, South Korea (with about one-sixth the men that America has) is the world's largest consumer of male cosmetics, with its leading company approaching $1 billion a year in sales. According to a September Bloomberg Business Week dispatch,...
Tags: Mark Udall, FIFA World Cup, Justice System, Laws, Ron Wyden
"I still believe that there is good in you." Deb's reaction to Dexter's big reveal about being a serial killer was surprisingly optimistic. Clearly she is not up to creating a rehab clinic for serial killers in her home, but she gave it a valiant...
The Baltimore SunItem: I know that R.L.G. must be right at Johnson, because he says the same things about whom that I have been saying: In normal speech, who is used as subject and object; whom appears in formal speech and writing, and less frequently there. "Since whom ...
Tags: Johns Hopkins University, Russia
CHICAGO -- Kansas farmers are preparing to plant winter wheat into the driest soil since 1991 after three seasons of drought causes Dust Bowl conditions in the biggest growing state and global reserves fall to a four-year low. About 97 percent of fields...
KIAHWe're sitting on a real unemployment rate in this country of somewhere around 15%, but you can't say the federal government isn't doing its part to create some local jobs…in the Ukraine! Yes, it’s a story that’s been downplayed, but...
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