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    European companies paying price for Ukraine crisis
    Oct15

    European companies paying price for Ukraine crisis

    EUROPEAN business interests in Russia are being hurt badly over Ukraine, according to Philippe Pegorier, chairman of the Association of European Business lobby group in Moscow. …read more Source: The Business...

    Ukraine acts against corruption, protests mar election run-up
    Oct15

    Ukraine acts against corruption, protests mar election run-up

    KIEV: Ukraine approved sweeping laws on Tuesday to stamp out corruption and curb Soviet-era state surveillance of political life ahead of a parliamentary election its pro-Western leaders hope will push the country towards the European mainstream. But violent clashes between police and protesters in the first real anti-government demonstration in...

    iSight Partners finds Russian cyber-attack linked to Ukraine crisis
    Oct15

    iSight Partners finds Russian cyber-attack linked to Ukraine crisis

    A Russian hacking group has been exploiting a previously unknown flaw in Microsoft’s Windows operating system to spy on Nato, the Ukrainian government, a US university researcher and other security targets, according to a report. …read more Source: South China Morning...

    US Secretary of State John Kerry says Russian troops are withdrawing from Ukraine
    Oct14

    US Secretary of State John Kerry says Russian troops are withdrawing from Ukraine

    October 15, 2014 2:52 AMPARIS (AFP) – US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday that Russian troops were withdrawing from Ukraine, a key step for sanctions to be lifted against Moscow. …read more Source: The Straits...

    U.S.'s Kerry – separatist referendums in Ukraine won't be recognised
    Oct14

    U.S.'s Kerry – separatist referendums in Ukraine won't be recognised

    PARIS (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday that neither the United States nor the international community would recognise any separatist referendums in eastern Ukraine, although his Russian counterpart disagreed. …read more Source: The...

    Clashes erupt outside Ukraine’s parliament in Kiev
    Oct14

    Clashes erupt outside Ukraine’s parliament in Kiev

    Clashes broke out today between demonstrators and police in front of Ukraine’s parliament in Kiev as deputies inside repeatedly voted down proposals to recognize a contentious World War II-era Ukrainian partisan group as national heroes. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Moscow and Beijing ‘natural allies’ Putin tells China
    Oct14

    Moscow and Beijing ‘natural allies’ Putin tells China

    MOSCOW – Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday praised growing economic ties with “natural ally” Beijing as he hosted Chinese premier Li Keqiang for high-profile talks.Li’s three-day visit to Russia comes as the Kremlin is locked in a battle of wills with the West over Ukraine and is seeking to ramp up cooperation...

    Moscow and Beijing ‘natural allies’ Putin tells China
    Oct14

    Moscow and Beijing ‘natural allies’ Putin tells China

    Russian President Vladimir Putin (pic) on Tuesday praised growing economic ties with “natural ally” Beijing as he hosted Chinese premier Li Keqiang for high-profile talks. Li’s three-day visit to Russia comes as the Kremlin is locked in a battle of wills with the West over Ukraine and is seeking to ramp up cooperation with Asia...

    Protesters clash with police in Ukraine capital, throw smoke bombs
    Oct14

    Protesters clash with police in Ukraine capital, throw smoke bombs

    A few thousand protesters clashed with police on Tuesday outside the Ukrainian parliament, throwing stones and smoke bombs and firing with air guns through the building’s windows. A Reuters photographer said the protesters, many of whom were masked and armed with batons or metal chains, massed outside the main entrance of the building...

    Ukraine acts against corruption, protests mar election run-up
    Oct14

    Ukraine acts against corruption, protests mar election run-up

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine on Tuesday voted sweeping laws to stamp out corruption and curb Soviet-era state surveillance of political life as its pro-Western leaders acted to meet the demands of its future European partners before an election. …read more Source: The...

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