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    Ukraine power supplies to Crimea restored, Russia says
    Dec09

    Ukraine power supplies to Crimea restored, Russia says

    Crimea has been facing a serious shortage of electricity since last month after power lines in Ukraine were sabotaged. …read more Source:...

    77% of the world’s population recognize Armenian Genocide
    Dec09

    77% of the world’s population recognize Armenian Genocide

    By Harut SassounianPublisher, The California Courier Last month, I reported in this column the results of the Zogby Analytics survey, which found that 35% of the American public was aware of the Armenian Genocide. I thought this was a low figure, having expected that a larger percentage of Americans would be cognizant of the Armenian Genocide....

    Five Billion People Worldwide Recognize the Armenian Genocide
    Dec09

    Five Billion People Worldwide Recognize the Armenian Genocide

    Harut Sassounian Publisher, The California Courrier www.thecaliforniacourier.com Last month, I reported in this column the results of the Zogby Analytics survey, which found that 35% of the American public was aware of the Armenian Genocide. I thought this was a low figure, having expected that a larger percentage of Americans would be cognizant...

    Speaking in Kiev, he says there will be no sanctions relief until Russia fully implements a peace deal signed in Minsk in February.
    Dec09

    Speaking in Kiev, he says there will be no sanctions relief until Russia fully implements a peace deal signed in Minsk in February.

    US Vice President Joe Biden has warned Russia of increased Western pressure on Moscow if it continues aggression against Ukraine. Speaking in Kiev, he said there will be no sanctions relief until Russia fully implements a peace deal signed in Minsk in February. …read more Source: Radio...

    IMF changes rule on debt as Ukraine faces Russia deadline
    Dec09

    IMF changes rule on debt as Ukraine faces Russia deadline

    [WASHINGTON] The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday changed a rule that would have blocked its financial aid programme to Ukraine in the event the country defaulted on debt owed to Russia. …read more Source: The Business...

    Russia to seek IMF meeting on status of Ukraine's debt
    Dec08

    Russia to seek IMF meeting on status of Ukraine's debt

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Tuesday Moscow would seek a meeting of the International Monetary Fund’s board of directors to decide whether Ukraine’s debt to Moscow should be considered official rather than commercial. …read more Source: The...

    Crunch time for Mourinho as Chelsea fate hangs in balance
    Dec08

    Crunch time for Mourinho as Chelsea fate hangs in balance

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho reacts during a team training session at the Stamford Bridge Stadium in London on Tuesday. Photo: Reuters London, December 8 Jose Mourinho faces a decisive moment in his fight to save his job as the Chelsea manager bids to avoid a catastrophic exit from the Champions League against Porto on Wednesday. Mourinho is on...

    Russia says changes to IMF lending rules aimed against Moscow
    Dec08

    Russia says changes to IMF lending rules aimed against Moscow

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia’s finance minister accused the IMF on Tuesday of bias in changing its lending rules to allow it to potentially help Ukraine if Kiev misses payments on its $3 billion (£2 billion) debt to Moscow. …read more Source: The...

    Russia says changes to IMF lending rules aimed against Moscow
    Dec08

    Russia says changes to IMF lending rules aimed against Moscow

    Russia’s finance minister accused the IMF on Tuesday of bias in changing its lending rules to allow it to potentially help Ukraine if Kiev misses payments on its US$3 billion (£2 billion) debt to Moscow. …read more Source: Channel...

    IMF rule change keeps Ukraine support; Russia complains
    Dec08

    IMF rule change keeps Ukraine support; Russia complains

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund will change its lending rules to allow it to keep supporting countries if they fail to repay official creditors, a move that would help Ukraine if it misses payments on a $3 billion (£2 billion) debt to Russia. …read more Source: The...

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