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    Why Putin needs Orbán
    Feb01

    Why Putin needs Orbán

    BUDAPEST — As Russian President Vladimir Putin prepares to make a rare trip to the European Union Thursday, his choice of destination — Hungary — reveals a shift in the Kremlin’s strategy in Europe following the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump. Putin has met with Hungarian Prime Minister...

    Germany’s Schulz calls Trump ‘un-American’, warns against lifting Russia sanctions
    Feb01

    Germany’s Schulz calls Trump ‘un-American’, warns against lifting Russia sanctions

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s center-left chancellor candidate Martin Schulz has criticized U.S. President Donald Trump’s policies as “un-American” and warned against lifting sanctions imposed against Russia over its role in the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine conflict: UN warns of dangerous deterioration
    Feb01

    Ukraine conflict: UN warns of dangerous deterioration

    The UN Security Council expresses fears for thousands trapped by renewed fighting in the east. …read more Source:...

    Fighting rages in east Ukraine for third day
    Feb01

    Fighting rages in east Ukraine for third day

    Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed rebels were on Tuesday locked in fighting for a third straight day at a flashpoint town that left thousands shivering without power and sparked renewed EU concern about security in its backyard. …read more Source: France...

    U.N. Security Council expresses ‘grave concern’ over Ukraine
    Feb01

    U.N. Security Council expresses ‘grave concern’ over Ukraine

    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The UN Security Council expressed its “grave concern” on Tuesday over the “dangerous deterioration” in eastern Ukraine and called for a halt to the violence. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Avdiivka, the frontline of Europe’s ‘forgotten war’
    Feb01

    Ukraine: Avdiivka, the frontline of Europe’s ‘forgotten war’

    Tom Burridge reports from the city of Avdiivka in Eastern Ukraine, on the frontline between government troops and Russian-backed rebels. …read more Source:...

    Suddeutsche Zeitung: Berlin blames Kiev for deteriorating situation in Donbass
    Jan31

    Suddeutsche Zeitung: Berlin blames Kiev for deteriorating situation in Donbass

    BELGRADE – Kiev could be deliberately increasing tensions in Donbass, Germany’s Suddeutsche Zeitung newspaper wrote citing its sources in the German government. “Berlin believes that Poroshenko is determined to do almost everything to prevent the lifting of sanctions against Russia,” the newspaper said. Suddeutsche Zeitung added that after...

    Kiev and Kremlin trade blame over surge in fighting in east Ukraine
    Jan31

    Kiev and Kremlin trade blame over surge in fighting in east Ukraine

    Ukrainian military and Russia-backed rebels accuse each other of launching offensives despite Minsk ceasefire dealKiev and Moscow have blamed each other for a surge in fighting in eastern Ukraine that has led to the highest casualty toll in weeks and topower and water being cut off for thousands of civilians on the frontline. The Ukrainian...

    Dual-citizen Danes not impacted by travel ban after all
    Jan31

    Dual-citizen Danes not impacted by travel ban after all

    No Danes with dual citizenships from one of the seven nations on the new and highly-contentious US travel ban list will be impacted after all. According to the foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, Danes who also have passports from Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Sudan, Somalia, Iran and Libya will not be denied entry to the US as a result of the temporary...

    Ukraine conflict: civilians on front line left without power, water amid renewed hostilities
    Jan31

    Ukraine conflict: civilians on front line left without power, water amid renewed hostilities

    Ukrainian officials are preparing for a possible evacuation of Avdiivka …read more Source:...

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