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    One civilian killed in rebel attack in east Ukrainian town – regional police
    Mar20

    One civilian killed in rebel attack in east Ukrainian town – regional police

    KIEV (Reuters) – One civilian was killed on Friday in an attack by pro-Russian separatist rebels in the government-controlled town of Avdiyivka in east Ukraine despite a ceasefire deal, Ukrainian regional police said. …read more Source: The...

    Russia says sanctions ‘destructive’, will act in own interests
    Mar20

    Russia says sanctions ‘destructive’, will act in own interests

    Russia described “sanctions rhetoric” as destructive on Friday and said it would do what is in its national interests after European Union leaders kept economic sanctions in place over the Ukraine crisis.Russians celebrate first anniversary of Crimea annexationRussia starts nationwide show of force …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    Russian gas giant receives new prepayment from Ukraine
    Mar20

    Russian gas giant receives new prepayment from Ukraine

    Russian gas giant Gazprom confirmed Friday that it has received a new prepayment of 15 million US dollars from Ukraine for its gas supply to the country. …read more Source: Global...

    Dutch visit previously inaccessible MH17 Ukraine crash site
    Mar20

    Dutch visit previously inaccessible MH17 Ukraine crash site

    THE HAGUE – Dutch experts returned to war-ravaged Ukraine on Friday to probe the MH17 crash site, including visiting a location previously considered unsafe because of fighting with pro-Russian separatists. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Dutch visit previously inaccessible MH17 Ukraine crash site
    Mar20

    Dutch visit previously inaccessible MH17 Ukraine crash site

    Dutch experts returned to war-ravaged Ukraine on Friday (Mar 20) to probe the MH17 crash site, including visiting a location previously considered unsafe because of fighting with pro-Russian separatists. …read more Source: Channel...

    As Ukraine burns, West’s snub of Russian WWII events hightlights Moscow’s faltering global standing
    Mar20

    As Ukraine burns, West’s snub of Russian WWII events hightlights Moscow’s faltering global standing

    Seventy years ago they crushed Nazi Germany together but raging tensions over Ukraine mean Russia’s former World War II allies in the West will snub the Kremlin’s showcase victory anniversary celebrations. As top Western leaders give President Vladimir Putin’s Red Square parade on May 9 the cold shoulder, the guest list of those...

    Iran nuclear talks intensify after Obama appeal
    Mar20

    Iran nuclear talks intensify after Obama appeal

    Lausanne (AFP) – Marathon talks towards an Iran nuclear deal picked up pace Friday as US President Barack Obama appealed to Tehran to seize an historic opportunity and begin a brighter future.In Switzerland, US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart began their fifth day of talks, while in Brussels the leaders of Germany,...

    European Council President says EU leaders are ready to take further decisions, if necessary.
    Mar20

    European Council President says EU leaders are ready to take further decisions, if necessary.

    European Union leaders have agreed that economic sanctions imposed on Russia will stay till full implementation of a Ukraine peace deal. The compromise reached at an EU summit in Brussels. Later, European Council President Donald Tusk told newsmen that the EU leaders are also ready to take further decisions, if necessary. …read more Source:...

    These are the countries exporting weapons to Pakistan and India
    Mar20

    These are the countries exporting weapons to Pakistan and India

    A report on global arms transfers in 2014 has revealed the countries that export weapons to Pakistan and India, considered to be among the top 10 weapons importers in the world. The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute released its data on global arms transfers in 2014, providing some of the best publicly available information on the...

    Iran nuclear talks intensify after Obama appeal
    Mar20

    Iran nuclear talks intensify after Obama appeal

    LAUSSANE: Marathon talks towards an Iran nuclear deal picked up pace Friday as US President Barack Obama appealed to Tehran to seize an “historic” opportunity and begin a “brighter future”. In Switzerland, US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart began their fifth day of talks, while in Brussels the leaders of Germany, France...

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