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    Ukraine takes Russia to UN court over rebel funding, Crimea
    Mar06

    Ukraine takes Russia to UN court over rebel funding, Crimea

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    Faith, flag and football: how the Polish game developed a white supremacist fringe
    Mar06

    Faith, flag and football: how the Polish game developed a white supremacist fringe

    Among the colours and badges of Polish football clubs is a banner declaring, “Death to the enemies of the fatherland”. Poland’s Catholic churches rarely want for colour, but even the gaudiest frescoes and stained-glass windows struggled to compete with the sea of striped hats and scarves on show at the 14th-century Jasna Góra Monastery, as...

    Ukraine takes ‘terrorism’ case against Russia to international court
    Mar06

    Ukraine takes ‘terrorism’ case against Russia to international court

    Ukraine is set to make a case against Russia in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague on Monday, AFP reported. Ukraine formally submitted its complaints to the judicial arm of the U.N. in January, when it accused Russia of providing “financial, armed and human” support to separatist fighters in eastern Ukraine and of...

    Dutch go old school against Russian hacking
    Mar06

    Dutch go old school against Russian hacking

    THE HAGUE — Better safe than sorry. That’s the Dutch government’s approach to dealing with the fear of Russian election hacking. The tech-savvy country scaled back the use of computers to count votes and opt for an all-paper, all-manual election this month. It is one of the more drastic responses to a threat that France...

    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:...

    Inna Eftimova drops out of 60 m. semi-finals in Belgrade
    Mar05

    Inna Eftimova drops out of 60 m. semi-finals in Belgrade

    Inna Eftimova dropped out at the 60 m. semi-finals of the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Belgrade. She came sixth in the third semi-finals series, clocking 7.42 seconds, thus failing to qualify for the finals. Eftimova finished 17th in the rankings, even though only one week earlier she had covered the same distance in 7.35 seconds,...

    Czar bust in Crimea reportedly appears to shed tears
    Mar05

    Czar bust in Crimea reportedly appears to shed tears

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    UN: Civilian casualties soar in east Ukraine in January-February
    Mar05

    UN: Civilian casualties soar in east Ukraine in January-February

    There has been a sharp rise in the number of fatalities among civilians in east Ukraine in January-February 2017, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said in the Humanitarian Bulletin covering the period January 1 through February 28, TASS reports. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    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 definitive guide to Trump’s Russia ties
    Mar04

    The definitive guide to Trump’s Russia ties

    President Donald Trump’s relationship with Russia is facing fresh scrutiny in the wake of reports that his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, failed to disclose two meetings he had last year with the country’s ambassador while he was advising Trump’s campaign. The Justice Department maintains that Sessions held...

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