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    EU agrees to stick to Russia sanctions policy
    Jan20

    EU agrees to stick to Russia sanctions policy

    [BRUSSELS] EU foreign ministers agreed on Monday there would be no change in the bloc’s Russia policy, including sanctions, as the union’s diplomatic chief warned the Ukraine situation had got “much worse” in recent weeks. …read more Source: The Business...

    World › EU to stick to Russia sanctions policy
    Jan20

    World › EU to stick to Russia sanctions policy

    EU foreign ministers agreed Monday there would be no change in the bloc’s Russia policy, including sanctions, as the union’s diplomatic chief warned the Ukraine situation had got “much worse” in recent weeks. They said they would stick to their course until Russia fully implemented the Ukraine peace accords it… …read...

    Hundreds of Thousands Protest in Chechnya Against Charlie Hebdo Cartoons
    Jan19

    Hundreds of Thousands Protest in Chechnya Against Charlie Hebdo Cartoons

    Grozny, Russia. Hundreds of thousands of people protested in Russia’s Chechnya region on Monday against what its Kremlin-backed leader called the “vulgar and immoral” cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad published by French newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Mixing pro-Islamic chants and anti-Western rhetoric, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov criticized...

    Civilians under threat as Ukraine clashes flare
    Jan19

    Civilians under threat as Ukraine clashes flare

    DONETSK, Ukraine – Deadly clashes between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels threatened civilians in central Donetsk on Monday, with shelling hitting a hospital and warnings of insurgents launching attacks from residential areas. Ukraine also made fresh accusations of Moscow backing the separatists, alleging that hundreds of Russian...

    Civilians under threat as Ukraine clashes flare
    Jan19

    Civilians under threat as Ukraine clashes flare

    Deadly clashes between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels threatened civilians in central Donetsk on Monday, with shelling hitting a hospital and warnings of insurgents launching attacks from residential areas. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    EU agrees to stick to Russia sanctions policy
    Jan19

    EU agrees to stick to Russia sanctions policy

    BRUSSELS (AFP) – EU foreign ministers agreed Monday there would be no change in the blocs Russia policy, including sanctions, as the unions diplomatic chief warned the Ukraine situation had got much worse in recent weeks.They said they would stick to their course until Russia fully implemented the Ukraine peace accords it had backed in...

    Separatists Renew Attack on Airport as Russia and Ukraine Bicker
    Jan19

    Separatists Renew Attack on Airport as Russia and Ukraine Bicker

    Pro-Russian separatists renewed attacks on Ukrainian forces at an airport complex in the east today after Kiev launched a mass operation to reclaim lost ground there that Russia called a “strategic mi… …read more Source:...

    Civilians under threat as Ukraine clashes flare
    Jan19

    Civilians under threat as Ukraine clashes flare

    DONETSK (AFP) – Deadly clashes between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels threatened civilians in central Donetsk on Monday, with shelling hitting a hospital and warnings of insurgents launching attacks from residential areas.Ukraine also made fresh accusations of Moscow backing the separatists, alleging that hundreds of Russian troops...

    Hundreds march in memory of slain Russian lawyer and journalist
    Jan19

    Hundreds march in memory of slain Russian lawyer and journalist

    MOSCOW (AFP) – Hundreds of Russians marched in Moscow and Saint Petersburg on Monday, six years after a lawyer and reporter were murdered by ultra-nationalists.About 500 people walked through central Moscow mourning slain lawyer Stanislav Markelov and Anastasia Baburova, a journalist with an opposition paper, who were gunned down on a...

    Rebels blow up part of Donetsk airport, many wounded: Ukraine
    Jan19

    Rebels blow up part of Donetsk airport, many wounded: Ukraine

    KIEV (AFP) – Pro-Russian rebels blew up part of a ceiling at the battered Donetsk airport in war-torn eastern Ukraine on Monday, causing a section of it to collapse and wounding many soldiers, an adviser to the president said.Further details of the incident were unclear, but the airport has been hit by heavy combat in recent days, with both...

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