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    EU official urges Serbia to “support sanctions”
    Nov14

    EU official urges Serbia to “support sanctions”

    EU Commissioner for Enlargement and Neighborhood Policy Johannes Hahn has called on Serbia to “support EU sanctions against Russia.””When Serbia joins the EU it will have to align itself with our foreign policy and decisions,” said he. …read more Source:...

    Economic sanctions contradict international law, says Putin
    Nov14

    Economic sanctions contradict international law, says Putin

    Ahead of his arrival at the G20 summit in Brisbane, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that economic sanctions imposed over the Ukraine crisis… …read more Source:...

    EU hopeful Serbia hosts military drill with Russia
    Nov14

    EU hopeful Serbia hosts military drill with Russia

    NIKINCI Serbia (Reuters) – Russian soldiers parachuted into open fields in western Serbia on Friday as part of an unprecedented joint military drill that has stirred controversy in the European Union candidate-country given the West-Russia standoff over Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Russia says Ukraine monitors biased
    Nov14

    Russia says Ukraine monitors biased

    The Russian foreign ministry accuses international monitors in conflict-racked eastern Ukraine of bias towards the government. …read more Source:...

    Putin says Russia prepared for oil price collapse as more sanctions threatened
    Nov14

    Putin says Russia prepared for oil price collapse as more sanctions threatened

    At G20 summit, Russian president says he regards sanctions over Ukraine as pointless, illegal and likely to harm world tradeVladimir Putin has admitted for the first time that he is prepared for his country to face a catastrophic slump in oil prices, as David Cameron said Europe would have no choice but to step up sanctions if the Russian...

    Ukraine’s main task is to build army to stop Russia: PM Yatseniuk
    Nov14

    Ukraine’s main task is to build army to stop Russia: PM Yatseniuk

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s top priority is to build an army strong enough to withstand Russian military aggression, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Friday. …read more Source:...

    AUDIO: ‘Humanitarian disaster’ in Ukraine
    Nov14

    AUDIO: ‘Humanitarian disaster’ in Ukraine

    A “humanitarian disaster” is unfolding within the civilian population of eastern Ukraine, the OSCE spokesman Michael Bociurkiw says. …read more Source:...

    More people die as shelling of Donetsk continues
    Nov14

    More people die as shelling of Donetsk continues

    At least two women were killed on Friday in the shelling of the town of Donetsk carried out by the Ukrainian army, Voice of Russia is reporting. Strong detonations were heard in downtown and near the airport, where rebels and Ukrainian security forces continue to fight. …read more Source:...

    European Parliament backs Moldova deal
    Nov14

    European Parliament backs Moldova deal

    The European Parliament yesterday ratified a political and trade agreement between the European Union and Moldova, amid warnings from Russia and shortly ahead of parliamentary elections in Moldova. The association agreement, which the EU and Moldova signed in June, was approved by 535 MEPs and opposed by 94 mainly far-right and hard-left MEPs,...

    Tensions grow between Russia and the West on the eve of the G20 summit
    Nov14

    Tensions grow between Russia and the West on the eve of the G20 summit

    Author(s): Dan Alexe h_51662360.jpg Tensions between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Western leaders will be in the spotlight during a G20 summit in the Australian city of Brisbane. Australia has said the November 15-16 summit of the Group of 20 major economies would concentrate on promoting job creation, identifying tax cheats, and...

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