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    Amid concerns over Russian action in Ukraine, Syria, US and NATO also seeking Moscow’s help
    Dec01
    Putin risks a new Afghanistan, Obama warns
    Dec01

    Putin risks a new Afghanistan, Obama warns

    PARIS — Vladimir Putin’s leadership evokes Soviet-style politics and posturing. On Tuesday, President Barack Obama suggested he take lessons from Soviet military history, too. For years, Obama has followed a “laissez-fail” policy for Syria’s Bashar Assad — a hands-off waiting for him to fall from power — that has been driven by what...

    UN health agency: Ukraine should declare a state of emergency in wake of polio outbreak
    Dec01

    UN health agency: Ukraine should declare a state of emergency in wake of polio outbreak

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    Teenager “badly injured” in new Praia da Rocha cliff fall
    Dec01

    Teenager “badly injured” in new Praia da Rocha cliff fall

    An 18-year-old Ukrainian was seriously injured after falling 10 metres from a cliff near Praia da Rocha’s famous bars avenue in the early hours of Sunday morning (November 29). The accident happened on the infamous wall behind the bars, which young party-goers often climb even though it lacks fencing and is located right on the edge of the...

    Dark days on Crimea: Russia and Ukraine rattle sabers
    Dec01

    Dark days on Crimea: Russia and Ukraine rattle sabers

    Electricity cables cut, no trade between Ukraine proper and the Crimean Peninsula, no gas supply: Once again Ukraine and Russia seem headed for confrontation. The US and Europe fear for the future of the Minsk Protocol. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko to visit Lithuania  – The Baltic Times
    Dec01

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko to visit Lithuania – The Baltic Times

    The Lithuanian Presidential Office confirmed that Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will visit Lithuania on December……. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    “OSCE should assess Ankara’s act as de facto aggression”
    Dec01

    “OSCE should assess Ankara’s act as de facto aggression”

    Aleksandr Chepurin hopes the OSCE will give a principled assessment that Ankara committed a de facto act of aggression when it shot down a Russian military jet.Russia is satisfied with the close cooperation on all levels during Serbia’s OSCE presidency and its crucial role in tackling the Ukrainian crisis in which Serbians have shown great...

    Belarus’ peace initiatives on Ukraine have been recognized worldwide
    Dec01

    Belarus’ peace initiatives on Ukraine have been recognized worldwide

    “None of us could have imagined the tragedy that unfolded in this brotherly country. Belarus’ peace initiatives to resolve the conflict in Ukraine have been recognized worldwide,” the Metropolitan said. …read more Source:...

    Crimea Blockade Coordinator Promises “Naval Blockade”
    Dec01

    Crimea Blockade Coordinator Promises “Naval Blockade”

    Lenur Islyamov, the main coordinator of the Crimea blockade, has promised to organize a “naval blockade” of the peninsula after the transport and energy ones. …read more Source:...

    Cameron needs to decide what he thinks about Russia
    Dec01

    Cameron needs to decide what he thinks about Russia

    David Cameron’s words suggest one thing, his actions quite another. David Cameron needs to decide whether he takes Russia seriously. He certainly talks a good game, calling Vladimir Putin to account for crimes against Ukrainian sovereignty and for supporting the wrong side in Syria, claiming credit for bolstering the post-Crimea sanctions...

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