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Conflicted UN struggles in global peace efforts BBC News, New York At times UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has seemed to be overwhelmed by world events Why hasn't the United Nations done more to end the violence in Gaza? Or, for that matter, the
President Barack Obama wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin to inform him directly that the US government had determined that Russia violated the intermediate-range nuclear treaty , White House spokesman Josh Earnest said on Tuesday The United
Russia 'violated 1987 nuclear missile treaty', says US Mr Obama spoke to EU leaders over further sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine crisis Russia has violated a key arms control treaty by testing a nuclear cruise missile, the US government says.
Russia's suspected violation of the treaty was first reported Monday by the New York Times. "The 2014 Compliance Report of the treaty includes a determination that the Russian Federation is in violation of its INF Treaty obligations not to possess,
Author's note: This concludes a three-part series. You may view Part 2 here.
Nicaragua (AP) Nicaraguan authorities say a bus driver hired to transport supporters of the governing party is suspected of helping plan attacks which killed five people. A judge on Saturday ordered Walter Balmaceda held pending an investigation into
Why would a 15 year old girl set off on her own enduring unspeakable hardship and abuse to get to America? Why would families sell everything in order to pay people smugglers to bribe border guards and slip them past checkpoints to the US border
Author's note: This is the first of a three-part series. Recent developments in the aftermath of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 disaster show that President Vladimir Putin of Russia has no plans to
Nicaragua Nicaragua's top prosecutor says three men have been charged with murder and organized crime involving weekend attacks on two buses carrying supporters of the Central American country's governing party...Attorney General Ana Julia Guido
Over the course of six weeks during the height of the Cold War, almost three million Soviets visited an exhibition that celebrated America. American kitchens, American art, American cars, and most especially American capitalism. The American National