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    U.S. to station 150 armored vehicles in Europe
    Dec31

    U.S. to station 150 armored vehicles in Europe

    The United States plans by the end of next year to station around 150 tanks and armored vehicles in Europe for use by U.S. forces training there, according to a U.S. military commander.Russia says Kiev’s move to join NATO dangerous for EuropeUS Army may station tanks in Eastern Europe: generalU.S. sends ‘Ironhorse’ tanks to...

    Divers join search for AirAsia wreckage
    Dec31

    Divers join search for AirAsia wreckage

    SURABAYA: Divers and ships will search for the wreckage and the all important black boxes of a doomed AirAsia plane on Wednesday after Indonesian rescuers found several bodies and debris floating in shallow waters off the coast of Borneo. Aviation experts believe the fuselage may be easily found as the aircraft probably only broke up when it hit...

    US sanctions undermine int’l cooperation with Russia
    Dec31

    US sanctions undermine int’l cooperation with Russia

    Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said Tuesday the latest U.S. sanctions on Russian officials put in question the bilateral cooperation on major global problems. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Merkel vows united European stance over Ukraine
    Dec31

    Merkel vows united European stance over Ukraine

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a New Year’s address vowed to maintain a tough stance against Russia over the Ukraine crisis, pledging that Europe will stay united in defending its values. “Without question, Europe cannot and will not accept the purported right of the strong who violates international law,” she said in a...

    Russia: Ukraine’s import of U.S. nuclear fuel poses meltdown risk
    Dec31

    Russia: Ukraine’s import of U.S. nuclear fuel poses meltdown risk

    Russia says Ukraine’s deal to buy U.S.-made nuclear fuel for its Soviet-built reactors could trigger a nuclear accident. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk of Ukraine announced Tuesday that his nation has reached a deal on nuclear fuel deliveries with Westinghouse to reduce dependence on Russian supplies. The Russian Foreign Ministry deplored...

    German Chancellor Vows United European Stance Over Ukraine
    Dec31

    German Chancellor Vows United European Stance Over Ukraine

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a New Year’s address vowed to maintain a tough stance against Russia over the Ukraine crisis, pledging that Europe will stay united in defending its values. …read more Source:...

    U.S. sanctions undermine int’l cooperation with Russia
    Dec31

    U.S. sanctions undermine int’l cooperation with Russia

    Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said Tuesday the latest U.S. sanctions on Russian officials put in question the bilateral cooperation on major global problems. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Eyes IMF Credit Lifeline in Early 2015
    Dec31

    Ukraine Eyes IMF Credit Lifeline in Early 2015

    Ukraine expects the International Monetary Fund to disburse new and overdue loans after a visit next month and still hopes a $17 billion bailout program can be expanded, its central bank chief said on Tuesday. Valeria Hontareva declined to give a value for the payment, even when pressed by… …read more Source: The Chosun...

    Ukraine president Poroshenko to meet Putin, Obama in peace talks
    Dec31

    Ukraine president Poroshenko to meet Putin, Obama in peace talks

    Ukraine’s Western-backed leader Petro Poroshenko has promised to meet Russia’s Vladimir Putin and involve US President Barack Obama in his stalled push for peace with pro-Kremlin fighters in the separatist east. …read more Source: South China Morning...

    Ukraine expects loan disbursement after IMF visit, hopes for more
    Dec31

    Ukraine expects loan disbursement after IMF visit, hopes for more

    UKRAINE expects the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to disburse new and overdue loans after a visit next month and still hopes a US$17 billion bailout programme can be expanded, its central bank chief said on Tuesday. …read more Source: The Business...

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