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    Russia to train astronauts in occupied Crimea
    Sep11

    Russia to train astronauts in occupied Crimea

    Russia is planning to move part of its cosmonaut training programme to occupied Crimea, potentially forcing the US and Europe… …read more Source: The...

    New EU sanctions on Russia kick in on Friday
    Sep11

    New EU sanctions on Russia kick in on Friday

    The EU agreed on Thursday to publish and apply its new sanctions against Russia on Friday. However in a statement the EU said it was ready to cancel… …read more Source:...

    North Korea comes out in support of Scottish independence
    Sep11

    North Korea comes out in support of Scottish independence

    Pyongyang’s embrace of Mr Salmond comes after Russian separatists in Ukraine embarrassed the SNP by launching an online campaign in support of a ‘Yes’ vote. …read more Source: Daily...

    Exclusive: U.S. to sanction Sberbank, tighten limits on other Russian banks – sources
    Sep11

    Exclusive: U.S. to sanction Sberbank, tighten limits on other Russian banks – sources

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States plans to sanction Sberbank, Russia’s largest bank, and to further limit other Russian banks’ access to U.S. capital to punish Moscow for intervening in Ukraine, sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Obama announces new sanctions on Russia
    Sep11

    Obama announces new sanctions on Russia

    US President Barack Obama has said his country will join the EU in imposing tougher sanctions on Russia after Moscow sent troops into eastern Ukraine last month. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Obama says U.S. to outline new Russia sanctions on Friday
    Sep11

    Obama says U.S. to outline new Russia sanctions on Friday

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama said on Thursday the United States will join the European Union in imposing tougher sanctions on Russia’s financial, energy and defense sectors after Moscow sent troops into eastern Ukraine last month, and will provide details on the new steps on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Gazprom: price sensitive
    Sep11

    Gazprom: price sensitive

    The supplier of a third of Europe’s natural gas has not received the same sanctions given to other Russian state-owned groups over the Ukraine crisis …read more Source: Financial...

    Member states’ reactions to Juncker’s allocation of portfolios
    Sep11

    Member states’ reactions to Juncker’s allocation of portfolios

    Luxembourg, Jean-Claude Juncker, Commission president Tageblatt, a newspaper in Luxembourg, says that the new European Commission “should be given a chance”, though they question the co-ordinator roles: “Should there be more co-ordinators to co-ordinate them?” The ambitious plans of Juncker to invest in economy and bring economic growth are seen...

    EU unveils new Russia sanctions
    Sep11

    EU unveils new Russia sanctions

    The European Union has announced that further sanctions on Russia will come into force on Friday (12 September). EU companies will be banned from providing loans to five state-owned Russian banks and six Russian oil and defence companies. The EU will also block other forms of financing for these firms, including the trading of newly-issued bonds...

    Russia reacts to EU sanctions with further western trade embargos
    Sep11

    Russia reacts to EU sanctions with further western trade embargos

    Moscow imposes import ban on used cars, clothes and consumer products amid Ukraine crisisRussia is preparing to hit back at fresh EU sanctions with a new list placing embargos on imports of consumer goods and secondhand cars from western countries, deepening a tit-for-tat trade war sparked by the crisis in Ukraine.Andrei Belousov, an aide to...

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