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    Champions League quarter-finals: draw, teams, dates and odds
    Mar15

    Champions League quarter-finals: draw, teams, dates and odds

    Description The 2017-2018 Champions League final will be played in Kiev, Ukraine on 26 May Credits Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text Champions League quarter finals draw teams dates The draw for the last eight takes place tomorrow at Uefa’s HQ in Switzerland …read more Source: The...

    Robert Fico’s got to go
    Mar15

    Robert Fico’s got to go

    BRATISLAVA — The morning of February 26, Slovakians woke up to a harsh reality. We live in a country where a journalist can be murdered and our government fails to take responsibility. My first reaction was pure shock. I knew Ján Kuciak personally; he and I were the same age — 27 — and we both studied journalism. But I knew him mostly through his...

    US State Department slams Putin’s ‘false claims’ to Crimea
    Mar15

    US State Department slams Putin’s ‘false claims’ to Crimea

    The US State Department has criticised Russian President Vladimir Putin for making “false claims” to Ukrainian territory in a campaign rally in Crimea. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Video: magical Messi inspires Barcelona win against Chelsea
    Mar15

    Video: magical Messi inspires Barcelona win against Chelsea

    Description Lionel Messi celebrates Barcelona’s third goal against Chelsea at the Camp Nou Credits Josep Lago/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text Lionel Messi Champions League Barcelona Chelsea Argentine star scores twice as Barcelona secured their place in the Champions League quarter-finals One-Minute …read more Source: The...

    Putin shows his dominance at a rally in Crimea ahead of the Russian election
    Mar14

    Putin shows his dominance at a rally in Crimea ahead of the Russian election

    At Sevastopol, he tells Crimeans, they made an “historic decision”, regaining justice four years ago when they voted to be part of Russia …read more Source:...

    Jeremy Corbyn’s Russia stance has reopened Labour’s wounds
    Mar14

    Jeremy Corbyn’s Russia stance has reopened Labour’s wounds

    The Labour leader’s MPs rose to defy him and offer their support to Theresa May’s position. There is no subject that divides Jeremy Corbyn and Labour MPs more than foreign policy. Though the party is able to broadly unite around issues such as austerity, the NHS and housing, its divisions are exposed whenever geopolitics dominates....

    Russia’s Putin, in home straight of election campaign, visits Crimea
    Mar14

    Russia’s Putin, in home straight of election campaign, visits Crimea

    THE KERCH STRAIT/SEVASTOPOL, Crimea (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Crimea on Wednesday, touting his annexation of the peninsula to voters days before an election all but guaranteed to deliver him a second consecutive term in power. …read more Source:...

    Russia’s Putin, in home strait of election campaign, visits Crimea
    Mar14

    Russia’s Putin, in home strait of election campaign, visits Crimea

    THE KERCH STRAIT (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday inspected a new bridge linking Crimea to Russia, touting his annexation of the peninsula to voters days before an election all but guaranteed to deliver him a second consecutive term in power. …read more Source:...

    Danish PM shows solidarity with the UK over spy attack
    Mar14

    Danish PM shows solidarity with the UK over spy attack

    PM Lars Løkke Rasmussen has backed the British government’s response to the attack on former Soviet operative Sergei Skripal . “Denmark supports Britain in the case of the poison attack in the English town of Salisbury that Russia is said to be behind,” he confirmed in a statement. Rasmussen also insisted his government would support the UK...

    Leader: As the battle with Russia wages, Britain is feeling the chill of isolation
    Mar14

    Leader: As the battle with Russia wages, Britain is feeling the chill of isolation

    The UK, as Mr Putin knows, acts from a position of unambiguous weakness. During the Cold War, Soviet intelligence officers would remark: “Any fool can commit a murder, but it takes an artist to commit a good natural death.” Those who poisoned the Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury, Wiltshire, on 4 March...

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