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    Anti-Ukraine war activists arrested for protest in Moscow
    Aug13

    Anti-Ukraine war activists arrested for protest in Moscow

    Activists have been arrested outside the Ukrainian Embassy in Moscow, as they protest against Valdimir Putin’s involement in the Ukraine conflict …read more Source: The...

    Pressure on Serbia “indirect, sometimes direct” – PM
    Aug13

    Pressure on Serbia “indirect, sometimes direct” – PM

    There has been no “concrete pressure” on Serbia related to the crisis in Ukraine, but “there has certainly been indirect pressure,” says Aleksandar Vučić.”I am a small man, why would somebody pressure me,” the Serbian prime minister was quoted as saying on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s city under siege
    Aug13

    Ukraine’s city under siege

    No water, no power and no phones in east Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Ukraine denounces Russian ‘cynicism’ as aid convoy nears border
    Aug13

    Ukraine denounces Russian ‘cynicism’ as aid convoy nears border

    Kiev vows to prevent hundreds of lorries from crossing the frontier, fearing a pretext for a Russian invasion …read more Source: The...

    Thousands of Ukrainian refugees stream into Russia
    Aug13

    Thousands of Ukrainian refugees stream into Russia

    Russia is continuing to take in refugees who are fleeing fighting in Ukraine’s volatile eastern region. The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR)… …read more Source:...

    Crimea’s One-Woman Resistance to Russian Occupation
    Aug13

    Crimea’s One-Woman Resistance to Russian Occupation

    Daria Karpenko. Photo via Facebook. Officially, the March 16 referendums in Sevastopol and the Autonomous Republic of Crimea showed that the peninsula’s inhabitants favor—almost unanimously—joining the Russian Federation. Over 95% of the population allegedly voted in favor of “reunification,” with turnouts of 83.1% in the Autonomous...

    Taking care not to stumble into another catastrophe
    Aug13

    Taking care not to stumble into another catastrophe

    This month – the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War – is an opportune time to reflect on big risks. As Michael Spence recently warned, the international order’s widening security deficit, reflecting the weakening of whatever global governance we have, is fast becoming the biggest risk facing the world economy. The same point...

    ‘Cynical’ Russian aid convoy due in Ukraine
    Aug13

    ‘Cynical’ Russian aid convoy due in Ukraine

    A column of 262 Russian military trucks – described as humanitarian aid by Moscow and a “cynical” provocation by Kiev -… …read more Source: The...

    VIDEO: Ukraine refugees arrive in Russia
    Aug13

    VIDEO: Ukraine refugees arrive in Russia

    Refugees from south-western Ukraine have been arriving in the Russian city of Ulyanovsk. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis: Army will block ‘Putin humanitarian aid convoy’ at Kharkiv border
    Aug13

    Ukraine crisis: Army will block ‘Putin humanitarian aid convoy’ at Kharkiv border

    A Russian humanitarian aid convoy will not be allowed to enter Kharkiv in eastern Ukraine, the Ukrainian Interior Ministry has warned. …read more Source: The...

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