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    Ukraine ballet school rejects charity from pro-Putin dancer
    Dec13

    Ukraine ballet school rejects charity from pro-Putin dancer

    KIEV: The Kiev State Ballet School has refused to accept money raised by Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre after it emerged the star dancer at a charity gala had supported the annexation of Crimea. …read more Source: New Straits...

    Ukraine Is Its Own Worst Threat, Says Russian Deputy PM
    Dec13

    Ukraine Is Its Own Worst Threat, Says Russian Deputy PM

    Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who oversees defence, said Saturday that Ukraine was its own worst threat, after Kiev announced plans to boost its armed forces because of the conflict in… …read more Source:...

    Russia would react if U.S. imposes new sanctions: minister
    Dec13

    Russia would react if U.S. imposes new sanctions: minister

    Russia will take counter measures if Washington imposes new sanctions on Moscow over the Ukraine crisis, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said, according to an Interfax news agency report published on Saturday. …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    Ukraine says 11 attacks and drones spotted despite truce
    Dec13

    Ukraine says 11 attacks and drones spotted despite truce

    KIEV (AFP) – The Ukrainian army on Saturday reported 11 attacks against its positions in the east where a ceasefire is tentatively holding and said a drone was spotted over Mariupol, the last major eastern town under its control.The surveillance activities of the enemy have intensified around Mariupol where a drone was identified, the...

    If US Imposes New Sanctions, Russia ‘Will Not Be Able To Leave That Without An Answer’
    Dec13

    If US Imposes New Sanctions, Russia ‘Will Not Be Able To Leave That Without An Answer’

    Russia will take counter measures if Washington imposes new sanctions on Moscow over the Ukraine crisis, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said, according to an Interfax news agency repo… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine is its own worst threat: Dmitry Rogozin
    Dec13

    Ukraine is its own worst threat: Dmitry Rogozin

    MOSCOW (AFP) – Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, who oversees defence, said Saturday that Ukraine was its own worst threat, after Kiev announced plans to boost its armed forces because of the conflict in east Ukraine.Rogozin quoted Ukrainian Defence Minister Stepan Poltorak as telling parliament Friday that Kiev faced threats...

    US OK with India engaging Russia; cautions against trade deals
    Dec13

    US OK with India engaging Russia; cautions against trade deals

    Narendra Modi, and Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, shake hands as they pose for photos before a meeting in New Delhi. (Source: AP photo) The US has said it has no problem with India’s engagement with Russia, but cautioned that it was not the right time to have trade deals with Moscow because of a series of international sanctions...

    Ukraine cheers US vote for military aid, Russia outraged
    Dec13

    Ukraine cheers US vote for military aid, Russia outraged

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukraine welcomed a US bill that would allow Washington to provide lethal military assistance to the embattled country, but Russia expressed outrage at the openly confrontational legislation.The bill — passed late on Thursday and due to get final approval in Congress on Friday before being sent to US President Barack Obama...

    Ukraine cheers US vote for military aid, Russia outraged
    Dec13

    Ukraine cheers US vote for military aid, Russia outraged

    Ukraine welcomed a US bill that would allow Washington to provide lethal military assistance to the embattled country, but Russia expressed outrage at the “openly confrontational” legislation.Prisoners of war put to work in east UkraineObama says will press China on trade and Russia on UkraineGorbachev calls for U.S.-Russia summit to...

    The foreign students accidentally trapped in Ukraine’s war
    Dec13

    The foreign students accidentally trapped in Ukraine’s war

    DONETSK (UKRAINE) – Wissam Fawzi left Iraq in 2006, hoping to put the horrors of war behind him and study dentistry far away from the sound of bombs. Unfortunately, he picked eastern Ukraine for his new home. …read more Source: Bangkok...

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