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    Putin and Merkel have ‘serious differences’ over Ukraine: Kremlin
    Oct17

    Putin and Merkel have ‘serious differences’ over Ukraine: Kremlin

    A Kremlin spokesman has said that the two-and-a-half-hour meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the sidelines of the Asia-Europe (ASEM) summit in Milan was marked by differences of opinion on the internal conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: Channel...

    No sign of breakthrough as Russia, Ukraine meet in Milan
    Oct17

    No sign of breakthrough as Russia, Ukraine meet in Milan

    MILAN – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko met an array of EU leaders on Friday, but there was little sign of progress in patching up a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine and resolving a dispute over natural gas supplies.Putin held more than 2-1/2 hours of talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel overnight....

    Putin meets Poroshenko, EU leaders in Milan
    Oct17

    Putin meets Poroshenko, EU leaders in Milan

    Russian President Vladimir Putin met his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko in Milan on the sidelines of the Asia-Europe Meeting summit in a bid to resolve the ongoing crisis in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Channel...

    Putin and Merkel have ‘serious differences’ over Ukraine: Kremlin
    Oct17

    Putin and Merkel have ‘serious differences’ over Ukraine: Kremlin

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin have major differences over the origin and causes of the conflict in Ukraine, the Kremlin said following talks between the two leaders. …read more Source: South China Morning...

    Serious differences remain after Merkel-Putin meeting – Kremlin
    Oct17

    Serious differences remain after Merkel-Putin meeting – Kremlin

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Serious differences remain between Germany and Russia over the crisis in Ukraine following talks in Italy between Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin said on Friday. …read more Source: The...

    No sign of breakthrough as Russia, Ukraine meet in Milan
    Oct17

    No sign of breakthrough as Russia, Ukraine meet in Milan

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko met an array of EU leaders on Friday, but there was little sign of progress in patching up a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine and resolving a dispute over natural gas supplies. Putin held more than 2-1/2 hours of talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel overnight. The...

    Putin, Merkel have ‘serious differences’ over Ukraine: Kremlin
    Oct17

    Putin, Merkel have ‘serious differences’ over Ukraine: Kremlin

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin have major differences over the origin and causes of the conflict in Ukraine, the Kremlin said following talks between the two leaders. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Putin and Merkel have ‘serious differences’ over Ukraine: Kremlin
    Oct17

    Putin and Merkel have ‘serious differences’ over Ukraine: Kremlin

    MOSCOW – German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin have major differences over the origin and causes of the conflict in Ukraine, the Kremlin said following talks between the two leaders.”There are still serious differences concerning the origin of Ukraine’s internal conflict, as well as the root causes...

    Milan summit offers Putin and Poroshenko time to talk
    Oct17

    Milan summit offers Putin and Poroshenko time to talk

    MILAN – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko are looking to patch up a faltering ceasefire in eastern Ukraine and resolve a dispute over natural gas supplies when they meet in Milan on Friday.The pair are expected to talk one-on-one on the sidelines of a Europe-Asia summit, and hold broader discussions with...

    Venezuela, Malaysia, Angola, NZ, Spain win UN Council Seats
    Oct17

    Venezuela, Malaysia, Angola, NZ, Spain win UN Council Seats

    United Nations. Venezuela, Malaysia, Angola, New Zealand and Spain won seats on the United Nations Security Council on Thursday for two years from January 1, 2015. The 193-member UN General Assembly elected Venezuela with 181 votes, Malaysia with 187 votes, Angola with 190 votes. All three countries campaigned unopposed for their seats after...

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