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    Eurozone recovery on track, says Draghi
    Aug08

    Eurozone recovery on track, says Draghi

    European Central Bank president acknowledges that crises in Ukraine and Middle East increase threats to growth as bank keeps rates on hold …read more Source: Financial...

    Russian-linked cyber attack on Ukraine PM
    Aug08

    Russian-linked cyber attack on Ukraine PM

    Sensitive diplomatic information has been made available to perpetrators of a cyber attack using Snake malware that has been linked to Russia …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukraine crisis: Russia bans food imports from West in response to sanctions
    Aug08

    Ukraine crisis: Russia bans food imports from West in response to sanctions

    Russia has banned most food imports from the West in retaliation for sanctions over Russia’s involvement with Ukrainian separatists who are also suspected of shooting down a passenger jet. …read more Source: The...

    Six questions about Putin’s food ban
    Aug08

    Six questions about Putin’s food ban

    Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, has just escalated the sanctions war between the West and Russia to a level that no one predicted, by banning imports of fruit, vegetables, nuts, dairy products, fish and meats from the European Union, the United States, Canada, Australia and Norway. The European Union’s member states battled for...

    VIDEO: Nato ‘concerned’ over Russia build-up
    Aug08

    VIDEO: Nato ‘concerned’ over Russia build-up

    Nato is “very concerned” about the “massive” military build-up of Russian troops along its border with Ukraine, the organisation’s Secretary-General says. …read more Source:...

    VIDEO: Will Russian sanctions hit shoppers?
    Aug08

    VIDEO: Will Russian sanctions hit shoppers?

    Steve Rosenberg asks if Russia’s ban on food imports from the EU, US and other Western countries in response to sanctions over Ukraine will affects shoppers. …read more Source:...

    Russia is at their borders but Ukrainians bring bloody clashes to Kiev streets
    Aug08

    Russia is at their borders but Ukrainians bring bloody clashes to Kiev streets

    Armed riot police moved in as tyre fires burned in Independence Square, the scene of protests which ousted Viktor Yanukovych in February. …read more Source: Daily...

    Russias empty shelves wont just hurt the cheese-eating Moscow crowd | Natalia Antonova
    Aug08

    Russias empty shelves wont just hurt the cheese-eating Moscow crowd | Natalia Antonova

    Many people are treating the tit-for-tat sanctions as a joke, but trade wars are dangerous. The consequences will ripple far and wideIts a rainy afternoon in Moscow, and Ive just had to placate a sobbing child who doesnt understand why his beloved Diugas cheese has disappeared from the supermarket. Now, as far as the suffering of civilians in...

    Russian food import ban leaves shoppers unaffected  or a bit peeved
    Aug08

    Russian food import ban leaves shoppers unaffected or a bit peeved

    Threat to luxury groceries supply ‘shocking’ to some but many Russians say they accept ban and look to home marketsGoodbye parmesan, hello pelmeni. Goodbye brie, hello borsch. As Moscow’s chattering classes contemplated the horror of life without salami milano or foie gras, many ordinary Russians said they were quite happy with...

    Russia and the West: How to lose friends
    Aug08

    Russia and the West: How to lose friends

    Proudly alone “ISOLATION”, “consolidation” and “self-reliance” are different terms used among Moscow’s political and business elite to mean the same thing. In the face of international sanctions occasioned by its support of the rebels in eastern Ukraine and its earlier annexation of Crimea, Russia is...

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