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    EU’s big four meet to seek impetus in face of Brexit
    Mar06

    EU’s big four meet to seek impetus in face of Brexit

    VERSAILLES: The heads of continental Europe’s biggest economies meet in the gilded splendour of the Palace of Versailles on Monday, seeking ways of strengthening an EU facing Britain’s exit and mounting populism. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande — whose two countries are often described as the...

    Ukraine and Russia face off in UN court over separatist conflict
    Mar06

    Ukraine and Russia face off in UN court over separatist conflict

    Activists walk along carriages loaded with coal from the occupied territories which they blocked at Kryvyi Torets station in the village of Shcherbivka in Donetsk region, Ukraine, on February 14, 2017. Photo: Reuters THE HAGUE: Tensions between Ukraine and Russia will play out at the UN’s highest court on Monday when judges begin hearing...

    Ukraine and Russia face off in UN court over separatist conflict
    Mar06

    Ukraine and Russia face off in UN court over separatist conflict

    Tensions between Ukraine and Russia will play out at the U.N.’s highest court on Monday when judges begin hearing Kiev’s request to order Moscow to halt support for pro-Russian separatists. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine and Russia face off in U.N. court over separatist conflict
    Mar06

    Ukraine and Russia face off in U.N. court over separatist conflict

    THE HAGUE – Tensions between Ukraine and Russia will play out at the U.N.’s highest court on Monday when judges begin hearing Kiev’s request to order Moscow to halt support for pro-Russian separatists. Ukraine launched the case at the… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine and Russia face off in U.N. court over separatist conflict
    Mar06

    Ukraine and Russia face off in U.N. court over separatist conflict

    THE HAGUE (Reuters) – Tensions between Ukraine and Russia will play out at the U.N.’s highest court on Monday when judges begin hearing Kiev’s request to order Moscow to halt support for pro-Russian separatists. …read more Source: The...

    What Putin plans
    Mar05

    What Putin plans

    Anyone who tells you that they know what’s going on behind the Kremlin’s red battlements is lying. Those who speak don’t know, while those who know don’t speak. Moscow insiders with actual insight into what the Russian president thinks about the mess in America are keeping their counsel, thus leaving the uninformed and the...

    Pirates in Nigeria release Russian, Ukrainian sailors: agencies
    Mar05

    Pirates in Nigeria release Russian, Ukrainian sailors: agencies

    MOSCOW – Nigerian pirates have released seven Russian and one Ukrainian sailors after they were captured last month on the cargo ship the BBC Caribbean, Russian news agencies reported on Sunday, citing a human rights activist in Crimea. The… …read more Source:...

    After prison ordeal, Russian dissident vows to battle on
    Mar05

    After prison ordeal, Russian dissident vows to battle on

    MOSCOW: It was a few minutes after the prison guards hung him up by his shackled wrists, blindfolded, that Ildar Dadin says he began to crack. The anti-Kremlin activist had already put up with solitary confinement, repeated beatings, and having his head shoved down a toilet by officers at a remote prison in northwest Russia. Then something in him...

    Pirates in Nigeria release Russian, Ukrainian sailors – agencies
    Mar05

    Pirates in Nigeria release Russian, Ukrainian sailors – agencies

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Nigerian pirates have released seven Russian and one Ukrainian sailors after they were captured last month on the cargo ship the BBC Caribbean, Russian news agencies reported on Sunday, citing a human rights activist in Crimea. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine reaches preliminary agreement with IMF on fresh aid
    Mar05

    Ukraine reaches preliminary agreement with IMF on fresh aid

    The International Monetary Fund said Saturday it had reached a preliminary agreement with Ukraine that could see the war-scarred and cashed-starved nation receive fresh aid in the first half of the year. The news was particularly good for the ex-Soviet republic because the IMF statement referred to a loan of $1 billion (0.9 billion euros) […] The...

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