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    Russia jails ex-military engineer over Swedish job bid
    Sep21

    Russia jails ex-military engineer over Swedish job bid

    MOSCOW (AFP) – A Russian court on Monday sentenced a former military intelligence engineer to 14 years in jail for treason after he wrote to a Swedish organisation seeking a job.Gennady Kravtsov was accused of passing state secrets to Sweden by sending his resume in 2010. He was arrested on charges of treason in May 2014 as part of a...

    East Ukraine elections would be 'serious violation' of Minsk – Germany
    Sep21

    East Ukraine elections would be 'serious violation' of Minsk – Germany

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Plans by Russian-backed separatists to hold local elections in eastern Ukraine are a serious violation of the Minsk peace deal and it is regrettable that Moscow has not distanced itself from the plans, the German government said on Monday. …read more Source: The...

    East Ukraine elections would be ‘serious violation’ of Minsk – Germany
    Sep21

    East Ukraine elections would be ‘serious violation’ of Minsk – Germany

    Plans by Russian-backed separatists to hold local elections in eastern Ukraine are a serious violation of the Minsk peace deal and it is regrettable that Moscow has not distanced itself from the plans, the German government said on Monday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Astana, Almaty Among Top 10 Most Visited Cities by Russian Tourists
    Sep21

    Astana, Almaty Among Top 10 Most Visited Cities by Russian Tourists

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – Almaty and Astana have been among the top 10 most visited cities by Russian tourists this year, according to a survey by Russian website Travel.ru. Minsk, Kiev, Baku, Yerevan, Vitebsk, Bishkek, Tashkent and Chisinau were also among the top 10, according...

    With Russia watching, Nato chief’s visit to Ukraine is a delicate balancing act
    Sep21

    With Russia watching, Nato chief’s visit to Ukraine is a delicate balancing act

    With a troubled peace plan for the Ukrainian conflict nearing its deadline, Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg will attempt a balancing act to reassure Kiev of the West’s support without antagonising Moscow when he visits Ukraine this week. …read more Source: South China Morning...

    In first Ukraine trip, NATO chief tries balancing act on Russia
    Sep21

    In first Ukraine trip, NATO chief tries balancing act on Russia

    With a troubled peace plan for the Ukrainian conflict nearing its deadline, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg will attempt a balancing act to reassure Kiev of the West’s support without antagonising Moscow when he visits Ukraine on Monday. Ukrainian diplomats say Stoltenberg’s visit, his first there, is symbolic in their quest for Western...

    Azerbaijani businessman missing in Ukraine reportedly killed by Armenians
    Sep21

    Azerbaijani businessman missing in Ukraine reportedly killed by Armenians

    Azerbaijani businessman, diaspora activist, who went missing in Ukraine’ Kherson city this year in July, has been reportedly killed. …read more Source:...

    In first Ukraine trip, NATO chief tries balancing act on Russia
    Sep21

    In first Ukraine trip, NATO chief tries balancing act on Russia

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – With a troubled peace plan for the Ukrainian conflict nearing its deadline, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg will attempt a balancing act to reassure Kiev of the West’s support without antagonising Moscow when he visits Ukraine on Monday. …read more Source: The...

    In first Ukraine trip, NATO chief tries balancing act on Russia
    Sep21

    In first Ukraine trip, NATO chief tries balancing act on Russia

    With a troubled peace plan for the Ukrainian conflict nearing its deadline, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg will attempt a balancing act to reassure Kiev of the West’s support without antagonising Moscow when he visits Ukraine on Monday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Putin wants air base in Belarus
    Sep20

    Putin wants air base in Belarus

    MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered his ministers to agree a deal with Belarus so that Moscow can establish an air base in the ex-Soviet country, as Kremlin’s ties with the West remain at a post-Cold War low over the Ukraine crisis. The creation of a Russian military air base on the doorstep of the European Union in Belarus...

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