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    The rubble crisis and future of the world
    Feb27

    The rubble crisis and future of the world

    Have we been here before? Economics is going to set the rules of interstate relations in the world and the current economic crises would drive the world into the emergence of a new competition of alliance structure, dividing the world into two parts ie pro-west and anti-west blocs. Today once again, the rise of antagonism over control of economic...

    Ukraine's Poroshenko raises issue of peacekeepers with Germany's Merkel: statement
    Feb27

    Ukraine's Poroshenko raises issue of peacekeepers with Germany's Merkel: statement

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, in a telephone call with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, raised the issue of deploying a peacekeeping mission to Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    Russia complains to Lithuania about its arms supply to Ukraine
    Feb27

    Russia complains to Lithuania about its arms supply to Ukraine

    VILNIUS (Reuters) – Russia said on Friday it had formally complained to Lithuania that the Baltic country’s supply of weapons to Ukraine violated its international arms trade commitments. …read more Source: The...

    European stocks mostly higher at end of record-breaking week
    Feb27

    European stocks mostly higher at end of record-breaking week

    LONDON(AFP) – Europes main markets closed mostly higher Friday, with Frankfurt and London hitting new records, rounding off a successful week for European indices thanks to a deal on Greeces bailout and positive company results.The benchmark FTSE 100 index Friday reached 6,967.24 points, its highest intra-day level on record, before closing...

    Russian diplomat slams ‘destructive’ US stance
    Feb27

    Russian diplomat slams ‘destructive’ US stance

    MOSCOW: (AP) – A senior Russian diplomat has accused the U.S. administration of taking a destructive stance in bilateral relations and warned that Moscow could retaliate.Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Friday that Secretary of State John Kerry breached diplomatic ethics when he told U.S. lawmakers earlier this week that Russian...

    Ukraine conflict at ‘crossroads’ as troop deaths shake truce
    Feb27

    Ukraine conflict at ‘crossroads’ as troop deaths shake truce

    KIEV (AFP) – International monitors said Friday the conflict in Ukraine was at a crossroads as further losses among government forces rattled a two-week-old truce just as it seemed to be gaining traction.The deaths of three Ukrainian soldiers after a two-day lull in clashes with pro-Russian separatists highlighted the fragility of the...

    Bulgaria to back new sanctions if Ukraine truce crumbles
    Feb27

    Bulgaria to back new sanctions if Ukraine truce crumbles

    SOFIA (Reuters) – Bulgaria will support a new round of sanctions against Moscow if pro-Russian separatists are found to have breached a peace deal agreed for eastern Ukraine, Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov told Reuters on Friday. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine at a ‘crossroads’, still faces threat of war: OSCE
    Feb27

    Ukraine at a ‘crossroads’, still faces threat of war: OSCE

    UNITED NATIONS (AFP) – The OSCEs envoy to Ukraine warned Friday that while there were encouraging signs of a ceasefire taking hold in eastern Ukraine, the country still faced the threat of all-out war.Swiss diplomat Heidi Tagliavini told the UN Security Council that fighting was subsiding in east Ukraine, prisoners had been released and the...

    Chinese diplomat tells West to consider Russia’s security concerns over Ukraine
    Feb27

    Chinese diplomat tells West to consider Russia’s security concerns over Ukraine

    Western powers should take into consideration Russia’s legitimate security concerns over Ukraine, a top Chinese diplomat has said in an unusually frank and open display of support for Moscow’s position in the crisis.Ukraine sends $15 million for gas, says Russian energy ministerUkraine truce appears to be holding – no troop...

    Spain arrests 8 accused of fighting alongside pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine
    Feb27

    Spain arrests 8 accused of fighting alongside pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine

    February 28, 2015 12:27 AMMADRID (REUTERS) – Spain on Friday arrested eight citizens who recently returned from fighting alongside pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine, the first such arrest in the European Union of foreign citizens involved in the conflict, the Interior Ministry said. …read more Source: The Straits...

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