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    Swiss make ‘record military sale’ to Russia
    Mar09

    Swiss make ‘record military sale’ to Russia

    Russia has acquired high-tech camouflage netting from Switzerland for a record 85 million euros, having placed the order before Bern imposed sanctions against Moscow over the Ukraine conflict, reports said on Sunday. …read more Source: The Local...

    Opinion: if Ukraine does not stop Russia, Latvia will be the next to be bombarded
    Mar09

    Opinion: if Ukraine does not stop Russia, Latvia will be the next to be bombarded

    Russia has announced that from now on 40% of its national state budget will be spent on military needs, special services and police. Ukrainian analysts have interpreted it as a declaration of war on Europe. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    EU parliamentarians in Riga confirm their unwavering support to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity
    Mar09

    EU parliamentarians in Riga confirm their unwavering support to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity

    During the Conference for Common Foreign and Security Policy and Common Security and Defense Policy in Riga on March 6th, EU parliamentarians once again confirmed their unwavering support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, informs LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Putin’s secret plan to seize Crimea
    Mar09

    Putin’s secret plan to seize Crimea

    President Vladimir Putin has revealed what went on behind the Kremlin’s closed doors in the vital hours before last year’s annexation of Crimea. In… …read more Source:...

    Vladimir Putin describes secret meeting when Russia decided to seize Crimea
    Mar09

    Vladimir Putin describes secret meeting when Russia decided to seize Crimea

    Documentary shows Russian president discussing how he decided to rescue fleeing Ukrainian leader Viktor Yanukovych President Vladimir Putin has revealed the moment he says he gave the secret order for Russia’s annexation of Crimea and described how Russian troops were ready to fight to rescue Ukraine’s deposed, pro-Moscow president.In...

    Zeman says his absence from Moscow would offend fallen soldiers
    Mar08

    Zeman says his absence from Moscow would offend fallen soldiers

    Prague – The Ukraine crisis is no reason for Czech President Milos Zeman not to attend the celebration of WWII end 70th anniversary in Moscow, he has told Parlamentni listy server, adding that his… …read more Source: České...

    Captured female pilot becomes symbol of Kiev’s resistance to Kremlin
    Mar08

    Captured female pilot becomes symbol of Kiev’s resistance to Kremlin

    Upon hearing that Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko, held in a Moscow jail for nearly nine months, was ending a hunger strike that had threatened her life, the national parliament in Kiev broke into a spontaneous applause. …read more Source: France...

    Calm down lads, there’s an International Men’s Day too (even though it’s pointless)
    Mar08

    Calm down lads, there’s an International Men’s Day too (even though it’s pointless)

    So it’s International Women’s Day today, a time when it’s only right that we celebrate all that is fantastic about women across the globe, and their incredible contributions to the progression of humanity. Women like Emmeline Pankhurst, who founded the suffragette movement and helped women win the right to vote. Emmeline...

    AUDIO: Kissinger in new Cold War warning
    Mar08

    AUDIO: Kissinger in new Cold War warning

    Russia and Nato must “take a serious look at the diplomatic options” with regard to the Ukraine crisis, or “a return to Cold War condition is very likely”, Henry Kissinger has told the BBC’s World this Weekend. …read more Source:...

    Putin’s Russia risks further EU sanctions over Ukraine, warns Philip Hammond
    Mar08

    Putin’s Russia risks further EU sanctions over Ukraine, warns Philip Hammond

    UK foreign secretary warns of response to any new offensive by Moscow-backed separatists and says ‘difficult’ Russian president treats west as adversariesVladimir Putin risks a further round of punitive EU economic sanctions against Russia if Moscow-backed separatists mount another large offensive in the Ukraine, UK foreign secretary Philip...

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