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    Miliband’s fighting words
    Apr24

    Miliband’s fighting words

    Ed Miliband has set out his stall on foreign policy – and it faces Europe and away from America. Speaking at London’s grand old establishment think-tank Chatham House Friday, the Labour leader tried to mark out himself up as different – not a little-Englander isolationist like sitting Prime Minister David Cameron, in his telling, or a...

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    Apr24

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    EU aviation strategy will look to tackle all major policy issues – 20 April 2015 …read more Source: The Parliament...

    Putin calls on Hollande to mend ties to help trade
    Apr24

    Putin calls on Hollande to mend ties to help trade

    Russian President Vladimir Putin urged his French counterpart François Hollande to restore ties that have been undermined by tension over Ukraine. For his part Hollande told Puting to ensure there the peace accords were implemented. …read more Source: The Local...

    [Ticker] Germany wants ‘flexibility’ on EU-Ukraine trade treaty
    Apr24

    [Ticker] Germany wants ‘flexibility’ on EU-Ukraine trade treaty

    EU sources told EUobserver Friday that German FM Steinmeier wrote to EU commission head Juncker on 2 April urging “maximum flexibility” on the implementation of the EU-Ukraine free trade treaty in order to accommodate Russian “concerns”. The letter, leaked to RFE/RFL, indicates a softening of the German position on Russia....

    [Ticker] Poland to deny entry to Putinist biker club
    Apr24

    [Ticker] Poland to deny entry to Putinist biker club

    The Polish foreign ministry has told Russia’s Warsaw embassy the Night Wolves, a motorcycle club, whose leader is a friend of Russian president Putin and who championed Russia’s Crimea annexation, face “denial of entry” to Poland. The club had planned to ride through Poland to Berlin for a WWII memorial. …read more...

    VIDEO: Ukraine conflict: ‘There’s no ceasefire’
    Apr24

    VIDEO: Ukraine conflict: ‘There’s no ceasefire’

    The BBC’s Tom Burridge reports from Shyrokyne in east Ukraine, where he witnesses mortar fire from pro-Russian troops despite the ceasefire agreement. …read more Source:...

    Italian right lends a hand to pro-Russian separatists
    Apr24

    Italian right lends a hand to pro-Russian separatists

    In a small gesture with much larger political symbolism, an NGO with close ties to the right-wing, northern Italian separatist party Lega Nord is planning on sending a modest delivery of aid to Russian-allied separatists in war-torn eastern Ukraine this week, POLITICO has learned. While humanitarian in nature, the shipment is consistent with the...

    Yatseniuk: Russia hasn’t given up plans to destroy Ukraine
    Apr24

    Yatseniuk: Russia hasn’t given up plans to destroy Ukraine

    Russia has not given up its plans to destroy Ukraine and deprive it of a European future. …read more Source:...

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    Apr24

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    EU aviation strategy will look to tackle all major policy issues – 20 April 2015 …read more Source: The Parliament...

    Money and restlessness behind volunteers fighting in Ukraine
    Apr24

    Money and restlessness behind volunteers fighting in Ukraine

    The reasons behind Russians volunteering to fight with the separatists in eastern Ukraine are money and poor financial planning, and feeling unsettled in civilian life after participation in the Chechen wars, says Gruz-200, an organization gathering information on those fighting in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

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