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    Ukraine’s leaders say dismissing PM not on the agenda
    Dec16

    Ukraine’s leaders say dismissing PM not on the agenda

    KIEV (Reuters) – The Ukrainian parliament should not consider dismissing Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk, the country’s president, parliament’s speaker and Yatseniuk said in joint statement on Tuesday, in which they called on lawmakers to work together to pass critical reform bills. …read more Source:...

    Sign from God? Divine intervention claim as ‘mysterious crosses’ appear over warzones
    Dec15

    Sign from God? Divine intervention claim as ‘mysterious crosses’ appear over warzones

    BIZARRE flying cross shapes that some believe are ‘heavenly signs’ have been allegedly filmed appearing near the conflict zones of the war in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Poland calls for extension of EU sanctions on Russia
    Dec15

    Poland calls for extension of EU sanctions on Russia

    The Polish president has called for an extension of EU sanctions imposed last year on Russia over the Ukraine crisis. Andrzej Duda was in Kyiv… …read more Source:...

    President Duda: Ukrainian sovereignty a key issue for Poland
    Dec15

    President Duda: Ukrainian sovereignty a key issue for Poland

    President Andrzej Duda said Poland has pledged a EUR 1 bln credit line to “key strategic partner” Ukraine, during a meeting with Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko in Kiev on Tuesday. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Russia supplies Syria mission with old cargo ships bought from Turkey
    Dec15

    Russia supplies Syria mission with old cargo ships bought from Turkey

    LONDON/MOSCOW (Reuters) – Earlier this year, an old refrigerator ship called the Georgiy Agafonov, built to transport fruit and vegetables for the Soviet Union, was quietly gathering rust in the Ukrainian port of Izmail where the Danube flows into the Black Sea. …read more Source:...

    EU expected to agree on extending Russian sanctions on Friday
    Dec15

    EU expected to agree on extending Russian sanctions on Friday

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union is set to agree a six-month extension of its economic sanctions on Russia on Friday, once Italy’s prime minister has discussed the issue with his fellow leaders at a summit in Brussels, diplomats said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Poland and Lithuania rebuke Juncker on Russia
    Dec15

    Poland and Lithuania rebuke Juncker on Russia

    Poland and Lithuania have rebuked the European Commission for seeking closer economic ties with Russia while it continues to wage war in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Russia sanctions to be discussed by EU diplomats Friday
    Dec15

    [Ticker] Russia sanctions to be discussed by EU diplomats Friday

    The extension of EU sanctions against Russia will be discussed by member states’ EU ambassadors Friday, European Council president Donald Tusk said Tuesday. The decision was postponed last week after Italy asked for a political debate at this week’s EU summit. …read more Source:...

    Kerry: Russia a ‘significant contributor’ to progress in Syria
    Dec15

    Kerry: Russia a ‘significant contributor’ to progress in Syria

    “Russia has been a significant contributor to the progress” the world has made on Syria, Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday in Moscow. U.S. officials have repeatedly criticized Russia’s intervention in Syria as “counterproductive” — designed more to bolster President Bashar Assad than to degrade the Islamic State. But the tone of...

    Polish president: Ukraine should attend 2016 NATO summit, sanctions on Russia should continue
    Dec15
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