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    EXPOSED: Illegal migrants were trained to ‘act Polish’ so they could sneak into Britain
    Oct11

    EXPOSED: Illegal migrants were trained to ‘act Polish’ so they could sneak into Britain

    ILLEGAL immigrants from Albania and Ukraine were sneaked into Britain by devious crooks who train them to act Polish. …read more Source:...

    Russian President Putin Refuses To Visit France
    Oct11

    Russian President Putin Refuses To Visit France

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has cancelled his visit to France for a meeting with his French counter-part François Hollande, reported Reuters. Earlier, the French President questioned the expediency of a meeting with Putin after Russia rejected in the Security Council of the UN the draft resolution of France and Italy for the creation of a...

    Vucic: No change in Serbia’s EU course, we are ready for compromise if others are ready
    Oct11

    Vucic: No change in Serbia’s EU course, we are ready for compromise if others are ready

    BELGRADE – We are staying on the European course and we will not be imposing sanctions on Russia, Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic said Tuesday in response to a public dilemma whether developments related to the Trepca mining complex and Telekom Srbija property in Kosovo would result in a change of Serbia’s policy. Leaving no room […]...

    Vladimir Putin cancels France trip amid new Russia-West tensions
    Oct11

    Vladimir Putin cancels France trip amid new Russia-West tensions

    PARIS — Russian President Vladimir Putin called off a trip to Paris next week after declining an offer to meet François Hollande solely for talks on Syria, Reuters quoted a source in the French presidency as saying on Tuesday. “There were contacts between the Kremlin and the Elysée this morning to offer to Putin a working visit on Syria, but...

    Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften stance on Russia
    Oct11

    Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften stance on Russia

    BRUSSELS/ PARIS (Reuters) – Outraged by Russia’s intensified air strikes on rebels in Syria, the European Union is now less likely to ease sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine, diplomats say, and some in the bloc are raising the prospect of more punitive steps against the Kremlin. …read more Source:...

    Russia and Turkey revive EU pipeline plan
    Oct11

    Russia and Turkey revive EU pipeline plan

    Russia and Turkey have revived plans to build a gas pipeline to the EU, but EU-Russia ties continue to deteriorate over Syria and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Crackdown on embattled Crimea dissidents
    Oct11

    Crackdown on embattled Crimea dissidents

    Russian tactics echo old KGB practice of forced psychiatric confinement …read more Source: Financial...

    Britain’s Brexit delusions
    Oct11

    Britain’s Brexit delusions

    Just eight months after David Cameron promised Britons “the best of both worlds” if they voted to stay in the European Union on his renegotiated terms, Britain is hurtling toward the worst of all worlds — a swift, hard Brexit on unfavorable trade terms. The dynamics of British politics since the June referendum have vaporized the softer options...

    Russia and Turkey agree gas pipeline deal
    Oct10

    Russia and Turkey agree gas pipeline deal

    Putin and Erdogan sign plans allowing some energy to bypass Ukraine …read more Source: Financial...

    Kremlin says talks with EU leaders on Ukraine planned for Oct. 19 in Berlin
    Oct10

    Kremlin says talks with EU leaders on Ukraine planned for Oct. 19 in Berlin

    ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Berlin on Oct. 19 for talks with some leaders of the European Union and Ukraine to discuss a solution to the Ukrainian crisis, a Kremlin aide told reporters on Monday. …read more Source:...

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