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  • Pictures in the News | August 8, 2014

     
    Friday's Pictures in the News begins in the Pacific, where Tropical Storm Iselle reached Hawaii’s Big Island and Maui, bringing heavy rain, strong winds, downed trees and scattered power outages as the state also braced for a second storm on...
  • Under siege, Pro-Russia separatists call for truce in Ukraine

    Embattled Ukrainian separatists called for a truce Saturday after government troops surrounded their main stronghold of Donetsk, and a reported attempt by Russia to send in an armored aid convoy spurred warnings from Kiev, Britain and the United States....
  • For Rewards, Increasing Risks

     For Rewards, Increasing Risks
    Heading overseas is a way of life for many WNBA players as they supplement what they earn in the United States. Over the years, two of the more lucrative places have been Israel and Russia, each torn by political strife that may not stop WNBA players...
  • Russian leader of eastern Ukraine rebellion cedes fight to locals

    The flagging pro-Russia rebellion in eastern Ukraine has a new leader fighting to keep control of the militants' most important stronghold following the resignation of a Russian citizen who had directed the insurgency since it began more than four...
  • UTC, Boeing Stock Up On Titanium Parts From Russia

    United Technologies Corp. and Boeing have been amassing titanium parts from Russian producer VSMPO-Avisma in case tensions between the United States and Russia disrupt supply of the metal critical to building jetliners, the Wall Street Journal reported,...
  • Ex-leader's estate embodies Ukraine's past, present, hope for future

    Ex-leader's estate embodies Ukraine's past, present, hope for future
    On a summer's day in the park, children gripped Frisbees and ice cream cones as they tottered next to distracted parents. A wedding party simulated a conga line for a patient cameraman. A trio of twentysomething men sipped kvass, a favorite only-looks-...
  • Treasury official: U.S. prepared to levy additional Russia sanctions

    Treasury official: U.S. prepared to levy additional Russia sanctions
    Moscow banned imports of most food from the West on Thursday in retaliation against sanctions over Ukraine, a stronger than expected measure that isolates Russian consumers from world trade to a degree unseen since Soviet days. In eastern Ukraine, a...
  • NATO aid to Ukraine likely to sharpen conflict with Russia

    NATO aid to Ukraine likely to sharpen conflict with Russia
    NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen visited Kiev on Thursday to offer help from the Western alliance to shore up Ukraine’s defenses as government forces close in on pro-Russia separatists in the embattled east of the country. The NATO...
  • Ukraine fighting prompts Dutch to halt search for Malaysia jet remains

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte halted the search for victims' remains and belongings at the eastern Ukraine site of the July 17 Malaysia Airlines passenger jet crash, saying Wednesday that the intensifying clashes in the area made it too dangerous for...
  • It may be too early to give up on the bull market in equities

    NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Investors fretting about the possibility of a big reversal in global stock markets may just want to borrow a slogan from the British - and just keep calm and carry on. It won't be easy given the background noise. Fears of a...
  • Obama: No need yet for more U.S. military aid to Ukraine

    Obama: No need yet for more U.S. military aid to Ukraine
    President Obama said on Wednesday Ukraine did not need additional military assistance to help fight insurgents in the eastern part of the country but a Russian invasion would raise "a different set of questions." Obama's comments came after NATO said ...