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    Ukraine and Russia strike gas deal
    Nov06

    Ukraine and Russia strike gas deal

    A European Commission-brokered energy agreement to secure the supply of Russian gas to Ukraine and to the European Union this winter was triggered on Tuesday (4 November) when Ukraine’s national gas distributor announced that it had paid Russia a first tranche of debt payments. Under the terms of the agreement signed in Brussels last...

    Barroso’s legacy part 4: foreign policy and trade
    Nov06

    Barroso’s legacy part 4: foreign policy and trade

    FOREIGN POLICY History may judge Barroso’s contribution to the EU’s foreign policy by his handling of crises. If so, Barroso might regret that he was too scrupulous in his respect for institutional turf. Europe’s leader during the Ukraine crisis has, without a doubt, been Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, but within the...

    Russia’s information warfare
    Nov06

    Russia’s information warfare

    Information warfare is not just about getting your own message across. It also involves confusing, distracting, dividing and demoralising the adversary. That is what Russia is doing to the West, notably through outlets such as RT (the multilingual television channel formerly known as Russia Today). The West has been asleep on this for many years....

    A night to remember at the TBT gala: Supporting independent journalism in style at Riga’s Grand Palace  – The Baltic Times
    Nov06

    A night to remember at the TBT gala: Supporting independent journalism in style at Riga’s Grand Palace – The Baltic Times

    With Russia and the West still locked in an on-going information war as a result of the Ukraine Crisis, the continued existence of impartial and editorially independent journalism in the Baltics is… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Roll over, Goebbels! Kremlin propaganda and its meddling in the Baltics  – The Baltic Times
    Nov06

    Roll over, Goebbels! Kremlin propaganda and its meddling in the Baltics – The Baltic Times

    The unprecedented deluge of deliberate disinformation and calculated outrageous lies that is belched out round-the-clock by Kremlin-controlled media outlets to justify its annexation of Crimea and … …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Foreign Ministry: Serbia did not have observers in Ukraine
    Nov05

    Foreign Ministry: Serbia did not have observers in Ukraine

    BELGRADE – The Serbian Foreign Ministry (MSP) said in a release Wednesday that representatives of Serbia’s official institutions had not been employed …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Foreign Ministry summons Serbian Ambassador in Kiev
    Nov05

    Ukrainian Foreign Ministry summons Serbian Ambassador in Kiev

    BELGRADE/KIEV – Serbian Ambassador in Kiev Rade Bulatovic was summoned to the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) over two Serbian MPs’ …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Shelling Kills Teens On School Field
    Nov05

    Ukraine: Shelling Kills Teens On School Field

    Two teenagers have been killed by shelling while playing on a school field in the rebel-held city of Donetsk in Ukraine. …read more Source: Sky...

    Two teenagers killed by shelling in Ukraine’s Donetsk
    Nov05

    Two teenagers killed by shelling in Ukraine’s Donetsk

    KIEV (Reuters) – Two teenagers were killed by shelling while out playing on a school sports field in the rebel-controlled city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday, Donetsk city administration said in an online statement. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine peace plan crumbles as fighting continues in rebel-held east
    Nov05

    Ukraine peace plan crumbles as fighting continues in rebel-held east

    The ceasefire in Ukraine hung by a thread Wednesday after President Petro Poroshenko accused pro-Russian rebels of endangering the peace process and ordered troop reinforcements to eastern cities. …read more Source: France...

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