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Volume 45, Number 3
  
12 March 2014
J.D. Conor Mauro




Rafat Abdurmanov indicates a list of people from the village of Hromivka, Crimea, who were killed by German forces in the 1940’s. For more on the ethnic composition of Crimea, read An Ethnic & Religious Patchwork, in the March 2009 issue of ONE. (photo: Petro Didula)

An uncertain quiet for Crimean Tatars (New York Times) More than 20 years after her family returned from decades of exile to their Crimean roots, Emine Ziyatdinova wonders if the upheaval in Crimea will again force Tatars from their homeland…

Ukraine crisis in maps (New York Times) The Times shares a visual guide to the ongoing conflict over Crimea…

Papal trip to Israel encounters mounting difficulties (AsiaNews) An ongoing strike by employees of the Israeli diplomatic service could bring the activity of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to a grinding halt. British Prime Minister David Cameron was due to visit this week but his trip has already been canceled, as has a planned speech to the U.N. Future engagements are also at risk, such as President Shimon Peres’s trip to Austria, scheduled for the end of this month, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s trip to Colombia and Mexico in April and Pope Francis’ visit in May…

Syria’s unknown victims: the thousands missing or dead in regime custody (The Guardian) Among the more than 100,000 counted as dead in the three years since the Syrian civil war began are at least 11,000 who have disappeared into the Assad regime’s custody. But the true number may be much higher, the Guardian finds in interviews with released prisoners and relatives of those missing persons…

Vandals attack Catholic church in Gaza (Al Monitor) “The assailants entered from the west side of the church and detonated a very small explosive. It did not inflict any damage. They also wrote phrases on the walls,” police spokesman Ayoub Abu Shaar said in a phone interview. Mr. Abu Shaar denied media reports that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant had claimed responsibility for the attack, stressing that said organization has no presence in the Gaza Strip. “What happened was not an organized attack, but rather the work of individuals. As soon as we find the perpetrators they will be referred to trial,” he added…

Chaldean patriarchate and Caritas Iraq aid Muslim families fleeing violence (AsiaNews) A delegation led by Chaldean Patriarch Raphael Louis visited the Sunni mosque of Umm al Qura, west of Baghdad, and distributed food and medicine. The patriarch expressed solidarity with the displaced from Fallujah and Ramadi, who have fled from Islamist militias…



Tags: Iraq Ukraine Gaza Strip/West Bank Syrian Civil War Crimea