Daily Archives: March 2, 2017

Ukraine | Radicals’ Blockade of Donbas Leads to Nationalization of Ukrainian Enterprises

On Wednesday, in response to Kiev’s ongoing transportation blockade of the Donbass, authorities in the Donetsk and Lugansk breakaways made good on a promise to nationalize several dozen Ukraine-administered enterprises. These enterprises will now reorient their production toward Russia and other markets, while Kiev loses another lever of influence.

Chile | Chilean Court Sentences 11 Pinochet-Era Intelligence Agents

According to testimony, victims were tortured before they were killed in the facilities of the intelligence service called Londres 38.

A Chilean court condemned 11 agents of the intelligence services of former dictator General Augusto Pinochet Monday over the 1974 forced disappearances of Maria Alvarado Borgel and Martin Elgueta Pinto.