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Monday, March 9, 2015
5 Nemtsov killing suspects arraigned; 1 said to admit guilt
Russian news agencies said Sunday one of the suspects in the killing of leading opposition figure Boris Nemtsov has admitted involvement in the crime.
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Sweetening gloomy Russia, one chocolate bar at a time
When days are dark, friends are few and the state of your bank account makes you want to weep, there is only one thing you can do in bleak, crisis-hit Russia.
Of all seven reform proposals submitted by Greece to eurozone finance ministers, Reform No. 3 has been most talked about since it was leaked.
Sunday, March 8, 2015
Russia said Saturday it had arrested two suspects over the killing of opposition activist Boris Nemtsov, who was gunned down near the Kremlin in a brazen assassination that shocked the country.
Tears, accusations as Ukraine buries mine blast victims
Emotions ran high as mourners in east Ukraine on Friday laid to rest some of the 33 miners killed in an apparent gas blast at a notoriously dangerous coal mine in rebel-led Donetsk.
The French girl knew him as “Tony Toxiko” — an Islamic State recruiter who first used Facebook to cajole her into joining him in Syria, then brusquely called to force the issue: Come to me or risk damnation. She was 14.
Marseille thrash Toulouse 6-1 in French league
Belgium's rising star Mishy Batshuayi scored twice as Marseille produced its biggest win this season with a 6-1 defeat of Toulouse that provisionally lifted the club to second place in the French league standings on Friday.
Relegation candidate Hertha Berlin ground out a scoreless draw at Stuttgart that left the home side mired at the bottom in its worst ever Bundesliga campaign on Friday.
Saturday, March 7, 2015
The share of women in the world's parliaments has almost doubled in the last two decades but progress seems to be stagnating, the International Parliamentary Union (IPU) said Thursday.
Friday, March 6, 2015
One of Thomas Edison's little-known ambitions was to build a device to hear the voices of the dead, according to a nearly lost chapter of the inventor's memoirs which is being republished in France this week.
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