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    Russia and Ukraine ‘agree gas deal’
    Oct30

    Russia and Ukraine ‘agree gas deal’

    Russia agrees to resume gas deliveries to Ukraine over the winter in a deal brokered by the European Union, sources say. …read more Source:...

    East Ukraine separatists hold vote to gain legitimacy, promise normalcy
    Oct30

    East Ukraine separatists hold vote to gain legitimacy, promise normalcy

    DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) – On a campaign trip, the leader of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic lit candles at a Russian Orthodox Church and kissed icons of Jesus and the Virgin Mary before dashing off to meet about 100 voters in a local factory. …read more Source:...

    Russia may limit Belarus, Ukraine food shipments: RIA
    Oct30

    Russia may limit Belarus, Ukraine food shipments: RIA

    MOSCOW/ASTANA (Reuters) – Moscow may limit food shipments from Belarus and Ukraine to Kazakhstan across Russian territory because of attempts to sell banned imports in Russia, the head of Russia’s veterinary and phytosanitary service (VPSS) was quoted as saying on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Germany’s far left: Thuringia’s November revolution
    Oct30

    Germany’s far left: Thuringia’s November revolution

    Ramelow on the high road to power NEXT weekend Germany celebrates the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Yet a few days before that, Die Linke (The Left), the party that descends from the communists who ran the old East Germany, may take charge of one of reunified Germany’s 16 states (Thuringia) for the first time.The...

    Russia and the West: Hard talk
    Oct30

    Russia and the West: Hard talk

    WHEN Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, gave a belligerent anti-Western speech in Munich seven years ago he was tense and angry. But on October 24th he was reportedly relaxed and happy as he delivered his most anti-American diatribe so far. He joked and smiled. He enjoyed flaunting his characteristic toughness in front of foreign...

    War in Ukraine: Seven Ukrainian soldiers killed
    Oct30

    War in Ukraine: Seven Ukrainian soldiers killed

    Although formally the war in Ukraine ended with the September 5 truce, reports on casualties in the war zone in Ukraine’s east are still coming almost two months after the agreement was signed. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Ukraine’s election: Good voters, not such good guys
    Oct30

    Ukraine’s election: Good voters, not such good guys

    TO ALL appearances, Ukraine’s parliamentary election on October 26th was a triumph. Reformists mostly won and voters rebuked the far right and far left. Western allies heaped praise on the pro-European, pro-democratic results. Yet Ukraine remains troubled and deeply divided.In an upset, the People’s Front party of Arseniy Yatsenyuk,...

    FRANCE – RUSSIA: France denies Mistral warships to be handed over to Russia in November
    Oct30

    FRANCE – RUSSIA: France denies Mistral warships to be handed over to Russia in November

    0 France has denied a Russian claim that the first of two warships being built in French shipyards for Moscow is ready to be handed over in mid-November. The US and other Nato countries have criticised the sale because of Russia’s …read more Source: Radio France...

    Ukraine gas deal ‘within reach’
    Oct30

    Ukraine gas deal ‘within reach’

    Thirteen and a half hours of three-way talks intended to ensure that Ukrainians receive gas supplies through the winter ended at 4am this morning in Brussels with no agreement between Russia and Ukraine, with the head of Russia’s gas giant Gazprom suggesting that the keys to a solution now lie principally in the hands of the European Union....

    Another winter of discontent: talks on Russian gas for Ukraine deadlocked
    Oct30

    Another winter of discontent: talks on Russian gas for Ukraine deadlocked

    Author(s): h_51640824.jpg Ukraine might need to brace itself for a long, cold winter, after’s talks in Brussels to unblock deliveries of Russian gas were deadlocked on Thursday, as the Russian side demanded a firm commitment from the EU to cover Kiev’s bill. EU-hosted talks were adjourned after dragging on until 4 AM. They should...

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