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    Ex-Georgian President Sakaashvili appointed governor of Ukraine’s Odessa region
    May31

    Ex-Georgian President Sakaashvili appointed governor of Ukraine’s Odessa region

    Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili has been appointed governor of Ukraine’s Odessa region, a day after being granted Ukrainian… …read more Source:...

    EU criticizes ‘unjustified’ Russian travel blacklist
    May31

    EU criticizes ‘unjustified’ Russian travel blacklist

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Russia has imposed an entry ban on 89 European politicians and military leaders, according to a list seen by Reuters, a move that has angered Europe and worsened its standoff with the West over Moscow’s role in the Ukraine conflict. …read more Source:...

    Bloodshed on the frontline exposes hollowness of Ukraine peace deal
    May31

    Bloodshed on the frontline exposes hollowness of Ukraine peace deal

    Any new Russian offensive would target the village of Shyrokyne in eastern Ukraine, where “there is no ceasefire” and shells explode every day …read more Source: The...

    Former Georgian president named governor of Ukraine region
    May30

    Former Georgian president named governor of Ukraine region

    Appointment of Mikhail Saakashvili will further rile the Kremlin and his old foe Vladimir Putin, who once threatened to “hang him by the balls” …read more Source: The...

    Poroshenko names Georgia’s Saakashvili as Odessa governor
    May30

    Poroshenko names Georgia’s Saakashvili as Odessa governor

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Saturday appointed pro-Western former Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili as governor of the strategically-important Odessa region.Saakashvili, 47, became an arch-opponent of Russia when he put Georgia on a pro-Western… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine appoints ex-Georgian President Saakashvili governor of restive region
    May30

    Ukraine appoints ex-Georgian President Saakashvili governor of restive region

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko has appointed former Georgian leader Saakashvili as governor of troubled Odessa region near Russian-annexed Crimea. Moscow has slammed the fiercely anti-Russian politician’s appointment. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian aircraft head off US warship in Black Sea, news agency says
    May30

    Russian aircraft head off US warship in Black Sea, news agency says

    According to Russia’s state news agency a US destroyer was moving along the edge of territorial waters in yet another encounter with western militariesRussian military aircraft were scrambled to head off a US warship that was acting “aggressively” in the Black Sea, the state news agency RIA reported on Saturday, citing an anonymous source...

    Russian aircraft head off U.S. destroyer in Black Sea: RIA
    May30

    Russian aircraft head off U.S. destroyer in Black Sea: RIA

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian military aircraft were scrambled to head off a U.S. warship that was acting “aggressively” in the Black Sea, state news agency RIA reported on Saturday, citing an anonymous source in Russia’s armed forces in Crimea. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine appoints former Georgian president as Odessa governor
    May30

    Ukraine appoints former Georgian president as Odessa governor

    Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian president, has been appointed the governor of Ukraine’s troubled Odessa region, a move likely to antagonise Russia’s Vladimir Putin. …read more Source: The...

    Germany’s Steinmeier criticises Russian EU travel ban – video
    May30

    Germany’s Steinmeier criticises Russian EU travel ban – video

    Speaking from Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the German foreign minister, criticises a Russian travel ban against European politicians on Saturday, calling for Moscow to be more transparent. Russia has imposed an entry ban on 89 European politicians and military leaders, a move that has angered Europe and worsened its...

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