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    EU court upholds sanctions on Putin’s businessman friend over Crimea
    Nov30

    EU court upholds sanctions on Putin’s businessman friend over Crimea

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – An EU court on Wednesday upheld sanctions imposed on Arkady Rotenberg, a close ally and former judo partner of Russian President Vladimir Putin whose company won a contract to build a bridge linking the Russian mainland with annexed Crimea. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] EU upholds sanctions on Putin ‘crony’
    Nov30

    [Ticker] EU upholds sanctions on Putin ‘crony’

    The EU court has upheld an asset freeze on Arkady Rotenberg, a Russian businessman whom EU diplomats call a “crony” of Russian president Vladmir Putin, over the Ukraine conflict. Judges had said the justifications for an initial asset freeze, imposed from July 2014 to March 2015, were “too vague”. But subsequent EU...

    “We angered both EU and Russia – we’re doing it right”
    Nov30

    “We angered both EU and Russia – we’re doing it right”

    Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic says that by supporting its own territorial integrity and that of Ukraine, his country has angered “both the EU, and Russia.”Nikolic made the remarks on Tuesday in Prague, where he met with Czech President Milos Zeman, the Beta agency has reported. …read more Source:...

    Belarus’ Chergeiko wins Polish Open KALIBER 2016
    Nov30

    Belarus’ Chergeiko wins Polish Open KALIBER 2016

    The Belarusian scored 208.9 points in the final, leaving behind Ukraine’s Sergei Kulish (207.8) and Peter Sidi of Hungary (185.1). …read more Source:...

    Petro Poroshenko unveils world’s largest land-based moving structure at Chernobyl site
    Nov30

    Petro Poroshenko unveils world’s largest land-based moving structure at Chernobyl site

    The €2billion structure will allow specialist engineers to safely dismantle the failed nuclear reactor which led to the world’s worst atomic accident in April 1986. …read more Source: Daily...

    The Guardian view on world chess rivalries: no return to the cold war | Editorial
    Nov29

    The Guardian view on world chess rivalries: no return to the cold war | Editorial

    It is tempting to present the Carlsen-Karjakin tussle in world chess championship as a clash between east and west. Thankfully times have changedFrom Wednesday night chess lovers can finally get some sleep. The world chess championship, which has been gripping chess fans for three weeks, with some games lasting seven hours or more, must be...

    Talks on Ukraine produce no visible results
    Nov29

    Talks on Ukraine produce no visible results

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    Moldova PM to Brussels: We still love EU
    Nov29

    Moldova PM to Brussels: We still love EU

    Prime Minister Pavel Filip has a message for EU and NATO leaders: Despite recently electing a pro-Russia president, Moldova is still firmly on a westward trajectory. Speaking to journalists after meeting with EU officials in Brussels on Tuesday, Filip said media reports that Chișinău would pivot away from the bloc after the...

    French Foreign Minister: Still huge work to be done on Ukraine ceasefire process
    Nov29

    French Foreign Minister: Still huge work to be done on Ukraine ceasefire process

    Jean-Marc Ayrault noted after four-way talks between France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine that talks had not broken down altogether. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine insists on hostage release, Red Cross access to Donbass area
    Nov29

    Ukraine insists on hostage release, Red Cross access to Donbass area

    The Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs said: “We have agreed that we will continue insisting on unhindered access of the Red Cross and other international humanitarian organizations. Without this access we will be unable to move forward.” …read more Source:...

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