Daily Archives: July 5, 2018

Ukraine | Cooperation with Hitler has been glorified in the Ukrainian parliament

On July 5, an exhibition of newspapers edited by Ukrainian radical nationalists has been opened in the Ukrainian parliament, in one newspaper Adolf Hitler is glorified.

The exposition is called “Restoration of Ukrainian statehood during the Second World War” and is dedicated to the 77th anniversary of the Act of Restoration of the Ukrainian state proclamation on June 30, 1941, that is, the times of the Nazi occupation.

Chile | Chile: Nine Ex-Soldiers Convicted for Murder of Victor Jara

Victor Jara, a dedicated member of the Communist Party, remains one of Latin America’s most beloved folk singers.

A Chilean judge has convicted nine former soldiers for the 1973 murder of folk singer, Victor Jara, in the wake of the CIA-backed coup that installed General Augusto Pinochet as a dictator.

Bank of America Sees a Replay of 1998 in Summer Pain Trades

Bank of America Corp. sees a foreboding parallel in the current direction of markets: 1998.

Emerging markets are crumbling under a strong dollar while tech stocks advance amid optimism over the U.S. growth trajectory — two ingredients that might be the makings of an annus horribilis like the one seen two decades ago, according to the bank.