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    Yukos ruling adds to Russia isolation
    Jul28

    Yukos ruling adds to Russia isolation

    EU and US prepared to ramp up sanctions over Ukraine as oil group arbitration ruling comes under fire in Moscow …read more Source: Financial...

    Flight MH17: International monitors ‘sick and tired’ of not being able to reach crash site – video
    Jul28

    Flight MH17: International monitors ‘sick and tired’ of not being able to reach crash site – video

    International monitors working in eastern Ukraine express their frustration on Monday after being denied access to the crash site of flight MH17 for a second day. The deputy leader of the mission says the OSCE and aviation experts must have access to the site because there are still bodies and body parts there. The observers were stopped en route...

    VIDEO: UN warning over Ukraine conflict
    Jul28

    VIDEO: UN warning over Ukraine conflict

    Nick Childs reports on the intensification of fighting in the east of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Russia, Germany up diplomatic battle over Ukraine sanctions
    Jul28

    Russia, Germany up diplomatic battle over Ukraine sanctions

    MOSCOW/BERLIN (Reuters) – As fighting intensified in Ukraine on Monday, a diplomatic battle also raged, with Berlin warning that new European sanctions would send a “strong signal” to Moscow, and Russia saying the measures could only boost its economic independence. …read more Source:...

    The Yukos case and the EU
    Jul28

    The Yukos case and the EU

    An international tribunal in The Hague today (28 July) ordered Russia to pay $50 billion (€37.2bn) to investors who held shares in the now-dismantled oil company Yukos, once Russia’s largest oil company. The award is 20 times higher than any previous award by the court, the Permanent Court of Arbitration, and the wording leaves no...

    Britain sends 1,300 to eastern Europe in ‘Exercise Black Eagle’ as Cameron warns of economic ‘pain’ from Russia sanctions
    Jul28

    Britain sends 1,300 to eastern Europe in ‘Exercise Black Eagle’ as Cameron warns of economic ‘pain’ from Russia sanctions

    A major Nato exercise is being planned in Eastern Europe in a further show of strength by the Western alliance in the face of Russia’s continuing ‘destabilisation’ of Ukraine. …read more Source: Daily...

    MH17 Black Boxes: Plane ‘Hit By Shrapnel’
    Jul28

    MH17 Black Boxes: Plane ‘Hit By Shrapnel’

    The doomed airliner suffered catastrophic loss of pressure after being hit by fragments from a missile, says Ukraine. …read more Source: Sky...

    EU prepares new punitive measures against Russia
    Jul28

    EU prepares new punitive measures against Russia

    Author(s): Dan Alexe mistral_france_russia.jpg In its conclusions on Ukraine of 22 July, the Foreign Affairs Council asked “the Commission to finalise preparatory work on possible targeted measures” towards Russia and to present proposals for taking action, including on access to capital markets, defence, dual use goods, and sensitive...

    New EU sanctions against Russia could be applied within days, No 10 signals
    Jul28

    New EU sanctions against Russia could be applied within days, No 10 signals

    UK expects sanctions to be applied to Russia’s banking, defence and hi-tech energy sectors over Kremlin’s role in MH17 disasterRussia could be hit with European Union sanctions on its banking, defence and hi-tech energy sectors within days over its role in the Malaysia Airlines disaster, Downing Street has signalled. …...

    What women want
    Jul28

    What women want

    Oksana Zharkova, head of Avon in Poland, the Baltic states and Finland, talks about a company famous for its print catalogs is surviving in the digital age, how women make decisions on which cosmetics to buy and how the beauty industry has changed in Poland and around the world over the years by Remi AdekoyaHow have clients of the cosmetics...

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