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    OSCE supports Belarus, Ukraine in assessing environmental risks in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
    Jun10

    OSCE supports Belarus, Ukraine in assessing environmental risks in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

    On 9 June Kiev played host to the concluding meeting of the project “Assessment of Environmental Risks in the Exclusion Zone along the Ukrainian and Belarusian Borders” organized by the Office of the Coordinator of OSCE Economic and Environmental Activities (OCEEA). …read more Source:...

    Vladimir Putin to meet Pope Francis
    Jun10

    Vladimir Putin to meet Pope Francis

    Russian leader and head of the Catholic Church will discuss the Ukraine crisis …read more Source: The...

    Putin’s trip to Rome underscores Russia’s special relationship with Italy
    Jun10

    Putin’s trip to Rome underscores Russia’s special relationship with Italy

    The Russian president, who has been treated as a pariah on the world stage, is likely to receive a warmer welcome in Italy than he would elsewhere in the EUVladimir Putin might not have been welcome at the G7 meeting of world leaders in Germany this week, but when he touches down in Milan on Wednesday, the Russian president is likely to receive a...

    For Europe’s NATO allies, attack on one isn’t attack on all
    Jun10

    For Europe’s NATO allies, attack on one isn’t attack on all

    People in several NATO nations increasingly see Russia as a threat, a new survey has found, but in only a few countries is there support for military action in case of an attack on ally. The poll, from the Pew Research Center, found that in France, Germany and Italy, majorities opposed military force if “Russia got into a serious military...

    Jeb Bush, in Germany, makes aggressive charge at Putin
    Jun10

    Jeb Bush, in Germany, makes aggressive charge at Putin

    BERLIN — Not worried about reminding Europe of another bellicose Bush, Jeb Bush vowed to reassert American leadership in the world during a speech here Tuesday night and attacked Russian President Vladimir Putin as “a ruthless pragmatist who will push until someone pushes back.” Kicking off a six-day European tour in a city where memories of...

    Poll reveals public split on Ukraine
    Jun10

    Poll reveals public split on Ukraine

    Study of 10 countries shows limited tolerance for escalation in military support for Kiev …read more Source: Financial...

    Russian Soldiers’ Deaths Raise Ukraine Questions
    Jun10

    Russian Soldiers’ Deaths Raise Ukraine Questions

    Vladimir Putin says there are no Russian soldiers in Ukraine, but the deaths of three young servicemen tell a different story. …read more Source: Sky...

    U.S., G7 ready to impose more sanctions on Russia over Ukraine: Treasury
    Jun10

    U.S., G7 ready to impose more sanctions on Russia over Ukraine: Treasury

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told Ukrainian leaders on Tuesday that the United States and its G7 allies stood ready to impose more sanctions on Moscow if needed, a Treasury official said. …read more Source:...

    Putin visits Italy with one eye on EU sanctions
    Jun10

    Putin visits Italy with one eye on EU sanctions

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – President Vladimir Putin will be on the lookout for signs of dissent over European Union sanctions on Russia when he visits Italy on Wednesday, but he is likely to be disappointed. …read more Source:...

    Kiev fights to keep fire from arms dump
    Jun09

    Kiev fights to keep fire from arms dump

    Ukraine suspected foul play last night after an enormous blaze broke out at an oil depot south of Kiev, only… …read more Source: The...

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