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    Barack Obama: Russia sanctions are not new ‘Cold War”
    Jul30

    Barack Obama: Russia sanctions are not new ‘Cold War”

    President Barack Obama says new economic sanctions against key sectors of the Russian economy to force President Vladimir Putin to end his support for Ukrainian rebels do not represent a “new Cold War” …read more...

    Barack Obama matches tough EU sanctions on Russia but denies ‘new Cold War’
    Jul30

    Barack Obama matches tough EU sanctions on Russia but denies ‘new Cold War’

    Ukraine welcomes tough EU and US sanctions and vows not to attack rebel-held cities in favour of a political solution …read more Source: The...

    Europe’s Ground Zero: Fairy Tales and Fabrications in Eastern Ukraine
    Jul30

    Europe’s Ground Zero: Fairy Tales and Fabrications in Eastern Ukraine

    There’s an eerie silence at the MH 17 crash site in eastern Ukraine, even as a civil war and propaganda battles rage around it. Few here seem concerned that the investigation into the tragedy could influence future ties with Europe. …read more Source: Der...

    US and EU agree to ratchet up economic pressure on Russia over its support for Ukraine rebels
    Jul30

    US and EU agree to ratchet up economic pressure on Russia over its support for Ukraine rebels

    The US has expanded sanctions against Russia over its role in Ukraine. It follows agreement by European leaders to slap on their own new economic… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Shelling of rebel-held Donetsk takes toll on residents
    Jul30

    Ukraine: Shelling of rebel-held Donetsk takes toll on residents

    Loud explosions have echoed through the rebel stronghold of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine. Fighting between pro-Russian militants and Ukrainian armed… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis: Sanctions will make Russia’s ‘weak economy even weaker’, says President Obama
    Jul30

    Ukraine crisis: Sanctions will make Russia’s ‘weak economy even weaker’, says President Obama

    A new wave of sanctions against Russian banks and companies will be imposed within days by the European Union, supported by fresh action against President Vladimir Putin’s closest allies. …read more Source: The...

    Sikorski: ‘Sanctions against Russia were inevitable’
    Jul30

    Sikorski: ‘Sanctions against Russia were inevitable’

    Poland’s foreign minister Radoslaw Sikorski has said the newly agreed EU sanctions against Russia were ‘inevitable’ and that they should make Moscow ‘sit up and think.’ …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Opinion: EU backs words with actions on Russia sanctions
    Jul30

    Opinion: EU backs words with actions on Russia sanctions

    For months, the EU looked on as Moscow destabilized Eastern Ukraine. But after the downing of MH17, Brussels had no choice but to impose economic sanctions against Russia, says DW’s Bernd Riegert. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    The Angriest Man in Odessa is on the Front Lines of Ukraine’s Information War
    Jul30

    The Angriest Man in Odessa is on the Front Lines of Ukraine’s Information War

    This article is part of an extensive RuNet Echo study of Russian-language blogosphere in Eastern Ukraine. Explore the complete interview series on the Eastern Ukraine Unfiltered page. Most of the unrest that followed the ouster of Viktor Yanukovych was centered in Crimea, Donetsk, and Luhansk, but other parts of Ukraine did not escape unscathed....

    Qantas should be forced to stop flying over war zones, says union leader
    Jul30

    Qantas should be forced to stop flying over war zones, says union leader

    Transport Workers Union national secretary says Abbott government should insist on planes being reroutedThe Abbott government must step in to reroute Qantas and other Australian flights away from conflict zones after the MH17 tragedy, a union leader says.The national secretary of the Transport Workers Union (TWU), Tony Sheldon, said travellers...

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