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    Greece to be effective partner with Russia’s Gazprom – Forbes
    Apr13

    Greece to be effective partner with Russia’s Gazprom – Forbes

    The Turkish Stream gas pipeline project makes Greece an important and useful partner for Russia’s Gazprom, despite the country’s financial…Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis have signed a memorandum of cooperation with Russia’s Gazprom and the Russian government as part of the new...

    Fighting escalates in Ukraine ahead of talks
    Apr13

    Fighting escalates in Ukraine ahead of talks

    Author(s): Dan Alexe h_51796837.jpg Fighting has picked up in eastern Ukraine, after more than a month of relative calm, as diplomats gathered in Berlin Monday to discuss the Ukraine crisis. The escalation in violence will add pressure to talks between German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius,...

    U.N. Warns of Growing Divide Between Nuclear Haves and Have-Nots
    Apr13

    U.N. Warns of Growing Divide Between Nuclear Haves and Have-Nots

    Angela Kane, UN High Representative for Disarmament Affairs, addresses the 2013 session of the Conference on Disarmament. Credit: UN Photo / Jean-Marc FerréBy Thalif DeenUNITED NATIONS, Apr 13 2015 (IPS)As she prepared to leave office after more than three years, High Representative for Disarmament Affairs Angela Kane painted a dismal picture of...

    Fighting in Ukraine “intensifies” – OSCE
    Apr13

    Fighting in Ukraine “intensifies” – OSCE

    Fighting has intensified in eastern Ukraine after more than a month of relative calm, AP is quoting OSCE observers in the region.Observers on Sunday reported that they heard “intense mortar fire outside the village of Shyrokyne for about three hours as well as machine gun engagement.” …read more Source:...

    Ukraine military says one servicemen killed, six wounded
    Apr13

    Ukraine military says one servicemen killed, six wounded

    KIEV (Reuters) – One Ukrainian serviceman was killed and six were wounded in the separatist eastern territories in the past 24 hours, Kiev military spokesman Oleksandr Motuzyanyk said in a televised briefing on Monday. …read more Source:...

    Russian propaganda is not news | Delfi – Lithuania
    Apr13

    Russian propaganda is not news | Delfi – Lithuania

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    CSTO alarmed by NATO’s attempts to get involved in Ukrainian events
    Apr13

    CSTO alarmed by NATO’s attempts to get involved in Ukrainian events

    “Most of all we are alarmed by NATO’s attempts to get involved in the process, in the events going on in Ukraine. They send instructors, they take part in information and psychological operations, they are building up the presence of heavy weaponry, including by relocating troops of the United States of America.” …read more...

    Foreign Nationals Leave Strife-Hit Yemen on Board Russian Plane
    Apr13

    Foreign Nationals Leave Strife-Hit Yemen on Board Russian Plane

    About 150 nationals of Russia and other countries including Bulgaria have left war-torn Yemen on board a second Russian plane on Sunday, TASS reported. The Il-62 passenger aircraft landed at Chkalovskiy Airport near Moscow early on Sunday. This was after the second evacuation flight of a Russian plane from Yemen over the past 24 hours and the...

    [Ticker] German FM rejects calls to invite Putin to G7
    Apr13

    [Ticker] German FM rejects calls to invite Putin to G7

    German FM Frank-Walter Steinmeier has rejected a call by far-left German politicians to invite invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to the G7 summit in June in Bavaria. “After the illegal annexation of Crimea, we cannot just act as if nothing has happened, he told Die Welt. …read more Source:...

    Eastern Europe is boosting military budgets, but US is still the big spender
    Apr13

    Eastern Europe is boosting military budgets, but US is still the big spender

    Russia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland are planning dramatic increases to arms spending, but they remain vulnerable to economic pressures, says thinktankRussia and its Nato neighbours in the Baltic have agreed dramatic increases in their military budgets, in marked contrast to countries that are further west and away from potential conflict zones,...

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