Russia Raids Nobel Prize-Winning Group

Russian security forces targeted nine leaders of one of Russia’s oldest human rights groups, Memorial, in raids on their homes, activists said Tuesday.

Markets Volatile Despite Credit Suisse Rescue

Markets across the world recovered late Monday but remained volatile despite efforts by authorities to portray the rescue of Credit Suisse bank by its rival UBS as a good deal.

Russian Cruise Missiles Destroyed In Crimea

Ukraine’s defense ministry says Russian cruise missiles for use by Moscow’s feared Black Sea Fleet had been destroyed in another setback for Russia’s military.

Fed, Central Banks Announce Emergency Cash Measures Sunday

The U.S. Federal Reserve on Sunday said it had joined with the Bank of Canada, Bank of England, Bank of Japan, European Central Bank, and Swiss National Bank in a coordinated action to enhance the provision of liquidity through the standing U.S. dollar swap line arrangements.

Tensions Over Deliveries of Warplanes to Ukraine (Worthy News Radio)

Slovakia and Poland have confirmed they are delivering fighter planes to war-torn Ukraine despite warnings from Moscow that this will further escalate the armed conflict. The announcement came as Hungary again postponed a crucial vote on the expansion of the NATO military alliance at a time when it maintains close relations with Russia.

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