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    From Boeing to banking: how Russian sanctions will hit western business
    Jul27

    From Boeing to banking: how Russian sanctions will hit western business

    Sweeping post-MH17 bans will affect companies all over the west and some of the biggest are the most vulnerableThe downing of flight MH17 could become a turning point in the west’s economic relations with Russia. Since the Ukraine crisis flared up last year, sanctions have mostly been targeted at individuals and companies associated with...

    Yes, Britain can afford to defy Tsar Vladimir Putin | Nick Cohen
    Jul27

    Yes, Britain can afford to defy Tsar Vladimir Putin | Nick Cohen

    At last there may be justice for Alexander Litvinenko, but it has taken a downed passenger jet to make us see that Russia does not own BritainThe British secret state has finally done the right thing by ordering a public inquiry into the poisoning of the fugitive Russian intelligence officer Alexander Litvinenko. Admittedly, in taking on Vladimir...

    Putin facing multi-million pound legal action over alleged role in MH17 crash
    Jul26

    Putin facing multi-million pound legal action over alleged role in MH17 crash

    British lawyers have flown to Ukraine to prepare a class acton against the Russian president on behalf of bereaved families …read more Source: The...

    MH17: what we know so far
    Jul26

    MH17: what we know so far

    Graphic: A roundup of what we know so far about the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 which was shot down over Ukraine …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine: More bodies repatriated to Netherlands as MH17 inquiry progresses
    Jul26

    Ukraine: More bodies repatriated to Netherlands as MH17 inquiry progresses

    More victims’ remains from the Malaysia Airlines plane downed in Ukraine have arrived back in the Netherlands. With 193 Dutch citizens dead, the… …read more Source:...

    EU sends advisers to help Ukraine bring law and order to rebel areas
    Jul26

    EU sends advisers to help Ukraine bring law and order to rebel areas

    Kremlin accuses Brussels of believing in ‘fairytales’ as more Russians face travel ban and asset freezeThe EU has parachuted a team of security advisers into Kiev to assist the Ukrainian government in imposing the rule of law in rebel districts, in a provocative move likely to further inflame relations with Moscow.Catherine Ashton,...

    EU blacklist sheds light on Putin’s rag-tag Ukraine army
    Jul26

    EU blacklist sheds light on Putin’s rag-tag Ukraine army

    The latest EU blacklist on Russia sheds light on the command structures, composition, and ambitions of Putin’s east Ukraine forces. …read more Source:...

    MH17 crash: Australia and Netherlands wait on Kiev to ratify police missions
    Jul26

    MH17 crash: Australia and Netherlands wait on Kiev to ratify police missions

    Push to allow international police teams into crash site waits for Ukrainian parliament to give the green light, despite government having no control over the areaDutch and Australian authorities are closing in on a deal to take major police contingents to the site of the MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine, but the plans are fraught with difficulty...

    MH17: Plane transports last remaining victims back to the Netherlands
    Jul26

    MH17: Plane transports last remaining victims back to the Netherlands

    An Australian air force transport plane was the last to depart eastern Ukraine on Saturday, carrying victims of the MH17 crash …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine fights ‘foreign mercenaries’ in its east, says president
    Jul26

    Ukraine fights ‘foreign mercenaries’ in its east, says president

    KIEV/DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Saturday his country was not fighting a civil war in its east but was fighting “foreign mercenaries”, hailing soldiers for forcing pro-Russian rebels out of several towns and cities. …read more Source:...

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