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    Ukraine president announces new ceasefire
    Dec04

    Ukraine president announces new ceasefire

    The Ukrainian president has announced a new ceasefire to begin on December 9. The so-called ‘day of silence’ in eastern Ukraine aims to secure a… …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian soldiers check in at Riga hospital
    Dec04

    Ukrainian soldiers check in at Riga hospital

    Seven soldiers from the Ukrainian national armed forces have been brought to Latvia to be treated for injuries sustained in battle with pro-Russian terrorists in the country’s east, reported news wire BNS Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Putin defies West over Ukraine and ‘sacred Crimea’
    Dec04

    Putin defies West over Ukraine and ‘sacred Crimea’

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused what he called “enemies of yesterday” of trying to bring a new Iron Curtain down around Russia. As it… …read more Source:...

    The Economist: Russia’s U-turn on South Stream “Taught Its Friends a Lesson”
    Dec04

    The Economist: Russia’s U-turn on South Stream “Taught Its Friends a Lesson”

    Falling oil prices and Western pressure have forced Russia to cancel South Stream, according to an article published in the online edition of The Economist. Highlighting that Russia’s cancellation of the pipeline project “has taught its friends a lesson”, the article describes South Stream as an attempt by Moscow to “regain sway in...

    Slovenia Believes in Peaceful Solution to Ukraine Crisis
    Dec04

    Slovenia Believes in Peaceful Solution to Ukraine Crisis

    Attending an OSCE ministerial in Basel on Thursday dedicated to global security challenges, Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec highlighted the Ukrainian crisis as the most pressing issue at the moment. He said Slovenia believed the situation could be solved in a peaceful way, in negotiations. …read more Source:...

    UEFA bans Crimea teams from Russian leagues
    Dec04

    UEFA bans Crimea teams from Russian leagues

    Crimean football clubs are banned by UEFA from taking part in Russian championships starting from January 1st, the European governing body’s secretary general Gianni Infantino announced on Thursday. …read more Source: The Local...

    New ceasefire agreed in Ukraine?
    Dec04

    New ceasefire agreed in Ukraine?

    Reports out of Ukraine suggest that the central government and the separatists in the east have agreed to a complete ceasefire, to start on December 9. An earlier accord, still in effect, has not stopped the conflict. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Stuck in the Middle: Polish Intellectuals Sound the Alarm on Russia
    Dec04

    Stuck in the Middle: Polish Intellectuals Sound the Alarm on Russia

    Poland has long seen itself as stuck between the East and West, resulting in plenty of historical suffering. Russian aggression in Ukraine has many in the country fearing the worst. Leading Polish writers worry that the West isn’t doing enough. …read more Source: Der...

    Putin compares West with Adolf Hitler in desire to subjugate Russia
    Dec04

    Putin compares West with Adolf Hitler in desire to subjugate Russia

    Russian leader justifies annexation of Crimea claiming peninsula has “sacred” significance to the nation …read more Source: The...

    FM addresses OSCE ministerial conference
    Dec04

    FM addresses OSCE ministerial conference

    A two-day ministerial conference of the Organization of Security and Cooperation in Europe opened in Basel, Switzerland on Thursday with a debate on Ukraine.OSCE Chairman and Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter said at the opening ceremony that this was not “a normal year” for the OSCE due to the Ukrainian crisis. …read...

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