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    Three Ukrainian soldiers killed in separatist offensive: military
    Jan29

    Three Ukrainian soldiers killed in separatist offensive: military

    KIEV (Reuters) – Three Ukrainian servicemen were killed when pro-Russian rebels attacked government positions in Avdiyivka on Sunday, cutting off power supplies to the eastern frontline town, Ukrainian officials said. …read more Source:...

    Hashim Thaci: ‘Serbia is distributing arms in northern Kosovo’
    Jan29

    Hashim Thaci: ‘Serbia is distributing arms in northern Kosovo’

    The president of Kosovo has accused Serbia of provoking fresh tensions in the region. In an interview with DW, Hashim Thaci warns that, in this, Belgrade is following Russia’s example in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Trump and Putin connect over Middle East and repairing relationship
    Jan29

    Trump and Putin connect over Middle East and repairing relationship

    President Donald Trump had a “positive call” with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday, during which the two promised to cooperate on destroying ISIS in Syrian and repair U.S. and Russian relations. The discussion was part of a diplomatic effort to connect over the phone with foreign leaders from countries including Japan, Germany, France...

    Trump, Putin Discuss ‘Equal Partnership’ Prospects over Phone
    Jan29

    Trump, Putin Discuss ‘Equal Partnership’ Prospects over Phone

    The Presidents of United States and Russia talked over the phone on Saturday evening, touching issues such as Syria, the Israel-Palestina conflict, the fight against terrorism, and bilateral trade. The Kremlin said Ukraine had also been on the agenda. Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump talked for around 45 minutes. The two underlined they stood...

    Merkel’s Bavarian ally calls for quick end to Russian sanctions
    Jan29

    Merkel’s Bavarian ally calls for quick end to Russian sanctions

    BERLIN (Reuters) – The leader of Bavaria’s sister party to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats called for ending sanctions imposed against Russia by Europe and the United States for its invasion of Crimea and its military actions in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    President Trump’s careless talk puts Nato on high alert
    Jan29

    President Trump’s careless talk puts Nato on high alert

    Russia’s incursions into Ukraine reawakened the West to the threat posed by the superpower after a quarter-century slumber. In Estonia, however, they say wariness of their eastern neighbour is handed down with mother’s milk, and citizens of the Baltic state never forget what it means to share a border with an unpredictable superpower....

    9 Trump moments over lunch with Theresa May
    Jan29

    9 Trump moments over lunch with Theresa May

    ANKARA ­— Fresh from public displays of affection at their joint press conference early Friday afternoon, Donald Trump and Theresa May retired to the White House state banqueting room for lunch. Then it got really interesting. British Prime Minister Theresa May with U.S. President Donald Trump walk along The Colonnade at The White...

    Bulgaria Can Negotiate With Russia, EU on Turkish Stream Pipeline
    Jan28

    Bulgaria Can Negotiate With Russia, EU on Turkish Stream Pipeline

    Bulgaria can negotiate with Russia and the EU for the laying of one of the pipelines of Turkish Stream through its territory, said Russian expert Konstantin Simonov, head of the Fund for National and Energy Security. According to Simonov, the situation at present resembles the crisis in the winter of 2009 when Bulgaria stopped receiving gas from...

    Russia sanctions must be tied to progress on Ukraine peace: Gabriel
    Jan28

    Russia sanctions must be tied to progress on Ukraine peace: Gabriel

    PARIS (Reuters) – Germany and France agree that any moves to lift sanctions against Russia must be tied to progress in the peace process for eastern Ukraine, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Saturday. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria can look for deal with Russia over Turkish Stream pipeline: Konstantin Simonov
    Jan28

    Bulgaria can look for deal with Russia over Turkish Stream pipeline: Konstantin Simonov

    Bulgaria could possibly look for a deal with Russia over the passage of one of the Turkish Stream pipes through its territory, Russian expert Konstantin Simonov argued in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio. He is head of the National Energy Security Fund in Russia. Simonov compared the current situation to the winter of 2009 when...

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