Ukrainian President may announce parliament dissolution August 24 Poroshenko's government, headed by the liberal Arseny Yatesniuk, hope an election will clear out many of the "old guard" who supported Yanukovich.
Govt. allocates $100,000 in aid to violence-stricken Iraqi Yazidis The aid will be delivered through the assistance of the UN organizations, with relevant agreements reached.
Manufacturers Union chief: energy prices may soar after Vorotan sale “With the effective work of the HPP, the sale makes no sense, but rather becomes an economic mistake,” Vazgen Safaryan said.
Richard Linklater indie hit “Boyhood” nabs Norwegian Fest critics prize The jury described the film as “a somewhat ordinary story that still – or perhaps precisely because of this – becomes a very special film treasure.”
Apple's shares soar to all-time high ahead of iPhone 6 launch The company's previous high came ahead of the iPhone 5's debut in September 2012, when shares reached $702.10, or $100.30 adjusted for the split.