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    EU set to leave decisions on tougher Russia sanctions to leaders
    Nov13

    EU set to leave decisions on tougher Russia sanctions to leaders

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – With European Union governments divided, a decision on whether to tighten economic sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine conflict is likely to be left to EU leaders, who next meet in mid-December, diplomats said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis: Russia warns neighbour that it risks catastrophe if it resumes hostilities
    Nov13

    Ukraine crisis: Russia warns neighbour that it risks catastrophe if it resumes hostilities

    Russia has warned Ukraine that a resumption of hostilities against pro-Russian separatists in the east would be catastrophic for Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    [Opinion] Ukraine: Something bad in the air
    Nov13

    [Opinion] Ukraine: Something bad in the air

    Signs point to an upcoming escalation in Russia’s war on Ukraine. But if it happens, what will the West do? …read more Source:...

    EU parliament ratifies deal with Moldova
    Nov13

    EU parliament ratifies deal with Moldova

    The European Parliament has defied a past Russian warning and ratified closer EU ties with Moldova. Russia has tighted trade with the small, ex-Soviet republic bordering Ukraine since the EU signaled inclusion in June. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    New York Times: Russians increasingly interested in Estonian real state  – The Baltic Times
    Nov13

    New York Times: Russians increasingly interested in Estonian real state – The Baltic Times

    Increasing numbers of Russians and Finns are investing in real estate in Estonia despite the crisis in the Ukraine, the New York Times reports. Tallinn’s historic Old Town is attracting eve… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Ukraine has ignored the far right for too long  it must wake up to the danger | Volodymyr Ishchenko
    Nov13

    Ukraine has ignored the far right for too long it must wake up to the danger | Volodymyr Ishchenko

    The indifference of officials and mainstream opinion to the election of far-right MPs is hugely worryingPro-Russian supporters use the term fascist junta to criticise the Ukrainian government. This wording is not only obviously wrong from an understanding of the words fascism and junta, but has also been detrimental to peace in Ukraine by...

    Russian aggression revives sanctions support
    Nov13

    Russian aggression revives sanctions support

    Mounting evidence of intervention in Ukraine strengthens EU stance …read more Source: Financial...

    Russia and Ukraine: Military marches
    Nov13

    Russia and Ukraine: Military marches

    EVEN as Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, was heading to the G20 summit in Brisbane, Australia, tensions in Ukraine were escalating. Scores of tanks, lorries and artillery, unmarked and stripped of licence plates, were snaking along Ukrainian roads. Kiev accused Moscow of sending in more troops; Russia denied it. The ceasefire that never...

    New German-Russian meeting on Ukraine, as situation deteriorates
    Nov13

    New German-Russian meeting on Ukraine, as situation deteriorates

    Author(s): Dan Alexe h_51648902.jpg Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is to meet his German counterpart in Moscow next week for talks on the escalating conflict in Ukraine, Moscow said Thursday. Meanwhile, a top official from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) says the group’s observer mission in eastern...

    White widow ‘died a slow lingering death after she was hit by sniper fire in Ukraine’ 
    Nov13

    White widow ‘died a slow lingering death after she was hit by sniper fire in Ukraine’ 

    Britain is seeking to verify shock claims that she was gunned down by pro-Moscow rebel forces, as reported by Regnum news agency in Moscow. …read more Source: Daily...

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