Morning Must Reads: May 2


  • The Ukrainian army launched its first major assault on a rebel stronghold in the east of the country on Friday, provoking the heaviest fighting since a pro-Russian uprising began a month ago…” [WashPost]
    • “The Kremlin said Friday that ‘all hope’ for an internationally negotiated settlement in Ukraine had been destroyed…” [NYT]
    • “Angela Merkel is carrying a clear message from Germany’s business lobby to the White House: No more sanctions.” [WSJ]
  • “Police in Northern Ireland arrested Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams Wednesday in connection with an infamous 42-year-old slaying, based on allegations contained in taped interviews recorded for a Boston College history project on the conflict in Northern Ireland.” [Boston Globe]
  • U.S. hiring likely increased at its quickest pace in five months in April…” [Reuters]
  • “General Motors is bringing its fight against owners of recalled cars to its former…

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Very Interesting.

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