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    Crimean gold artefacts must go back to Ukraine, Dutch court rules
    Dec14

    Crimean gold artefacts must go back to Ukraine, Dutch court rules

    Kiev argued for return of treasures, which were on loan to Amsterdam museum when Russia seized the peninsula in 2014 A priceless collection of gold artefacts from Crimea that was on loan to a Dutch museum when Russia seized the peninsula must be returned to Ukraine and not Crimea, a Dutch court has ruled, in a judgment likely to anger Moscow.Kiev...

    Ukraine foreign minister does not see improved Russia-US ties under Trump: agency
    Dec14

    Ukraine foreign minister does not see improved Russia-US ties under Trump: agency

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin does not think relations between Russia and the United States will improve under Donald Trump’s administration, news agency Interfax Ukraine reported him as saying late on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Dutch court orders Crimean treasure collection be sent back to Ukraine
    Dec14

    Dutch court orders Crimean treasure collection be sent back to Ukraine

    Hundreds of works of art from Crimea currently in the hands of the Allard Pierson museum in Amsterdam must be… …read more Source:...

    Dutch court: Crimea treasures must return to Ukraine
    Dec14

    Dutch court: Crimea treasures must return to Ukraine

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    Crimean gold must go back to Ukraine, says Dutch court
    Dec14

    Crimean gold must go back to Ukraine, says Dutch court

    An Amsterdam court rules that ancient Crimean treasures in a Dutch museum should be handed to Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Putin: Transit of Russian Gas Through Ukraine to Europe Is in Question
    Dec14

    Putin: Transit of Russian Gas Through Ukraine to Europe Is in Question

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned that the transit of Russian gas through Ukraine to Europe is in question. In a telephone conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Putin has expressed concern in relation to the fact that the Ukrainian side is deviating from coordinating agreements for the purchase of gas from Russia this...

    McDonald’s: outposts in a cultural empire
    Dec14

    McDonald’s: outposts in a cultural empire

    ©Zuma Press inc./Alamy stock photo I know it’s become a dogma that McDonald’s is the fount of all ill-health, but I can’t help but remain a fan. I am very fond of a quarter-pounder with cheese. It once restored me from heat-stroke while reporting on a demonstration in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. There’s nothing more...

    Trump could lift Obama’s sanctions on Russia with the ‘STROKE OF A PEN’ & cosy up to Putin
    Dec14

    Trump could lift Obama’s sanctions on Russia with the ‘STROKE OF A PEN’ & cosy up to Putin

    PRESIDENT-elect Donald Trump could lift sanctions on Russia immediately upon getting into office in a ploy to form closer ties with Vladimir Putin, Senate Democrats have warned. …read more Source:...

    Trump can wipe out Russia sanctions with stroke of the pen
    Dec14

    Trump can wipe out Russia sanctions with stroke of the pen

    Senate Democrats are powerless to stop Donald Trump from easing sanctions against Russia after he takes office. But they’re determined to make Trump and Republicans pay a political price if he does. Trump’s appetite for warmer relations with Russia is drawing partisan fire in the Senate, even as a top adviser said the...

    Trump’s unconventional picks make Europe tremble
    Dec13

    Trump’s unconventional picks make Europe tremble

    America’s closest overseas allies struggled Tuesday to understand and digest Donald Trump’s emerging foreign policy team. Rex Tillerson’s move from chief of the world’s most powerful oil company ExxonMobil to nominee to become chief diplomat of the world’s sole superpower elicited a collective gasp in Europe,...

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