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    Russia likely to demand early repayment of Ukraine's $3 billion debt – RIA Novosti
    Jan10

    Russia likely to demand early repayment of Ukraine's $3 billion debt – RIA Novosti

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – It is “highly likely” that Russia will demand early repayment of $3 billion (1.98 billion pounds) in debt owed by Ukraine, Russia’s RIA Novosti agency reported on Saturday citing an anonymous government source. …read more Source: The...

    Merkel, Nazarbayev discuss Astana meeting on Ukraine
    Jan10

    Merkel, Nazarbayev discuss Astana meeting on Ukraine

    The two leaders discussed a proposed meeting by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Kazakhstan’s capital of Astana between Poroshenko, Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and French President Francois Hollande in an effort to resolve the violent crisis in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: AKIpress...

    Worst year in Asia? Not Obama,   or airlines, but an entire people
    Jan10

    Worst year in Asia? Not Obama, or airlines, but an entire people

    As 2015 unfolds with Southeast Asia reeling from yet another airlines tragedy, we take one last look at the year we left behind. A year ago, taking a page from Washington Post columnist Chris Cillizza’s awarding US President Barack Obama the dubious distinction of “Worst year in Washington,” we took to the digital pages of Fortune Magazine....

    Russia bans transvestites and transsexuals from driving
    Jan10

    Russia bans transvestites and transsexuals from driving

    MOSCOW: Russia has passed a controversial law banning transvestites, transsexuals and people with other “disorders” from driving, prompting sharp criticism from rights activists, including a prominent Kremlin advisor. The legislation, which took effect this week, says its aims at lowering the country’s high death rate from road...

    Foreign ministers to meet over Ukraine in Berlin
    Jan10

    Foreign ministers to meet over Ukraine in Berlin

    The foreign ministers of Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine will meet in Berlin on Monday to discuss the Ukraine conflict, said German Foreign Ministry on Friday. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    European leaders to show solidarity at Paris attacks rally
    Jan10

    European leaders to show solidarity at Paris attacks rally

    Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy signs a book of condolences at the French Embassy in Madrid on January 9, 2015 for victims of a terror attack on French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo that left 12 dead -© Pool/AFP / by Danny Kemp BRUSSELS: European leaders will make an extraordinary show of support for France by joining a mass rally in Paris...

    U.S. calls on Moscow to release jailed Ukrainian pilot
    Jan10

    U.S. calls on Moscow to release jailed Ukrainian pilot

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States on Friday called on Moscow to immediately release a jailed Ukrainian military pilot who has been moved to solitary confinement. …read more Source: The...

    Eight killed in Ukraine as peace talk prospects dim
    Jan10

    Eight killed in Ukraine as peace talk prospects dim

    Four Ukrainian soldiers and at least as many civilians died in an upsurge of rocket attacks that came just as prospects for international peace talks on the nine-month crisis dimmed. …read more Source: Channel...

    World › Eight killed in Ukraine as peace talk prospects dim
    Jan10

    World › Eight killed in Ukraine as peace talk prospects dim

    Four Ukrainian soldiers and at least as many civilians died Friday in an upsurge of rocket attacks that came just as prospects for international peace talks on the nine-month crisis dimmed. Local authorities in the rebel stronghold of Donetsk said another nine residents were injured in sporadic clashes that continued… …read more Source:...

    Eight killed in Ukraine as peace talk prospects dim
    Jan09

    Eight killed in Ukraine as peace talk prospects dim

    DONETSK (UKRAINE) – Four Ukrainian soldiers and at least as many civilians died Friday in an upsurge of rocket attacks that came just as prospects for international peace talks on the nine-month crisis dimmed. …read more Source: Bangkok...

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