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    Russia ‘Ready to Sign Only Part of Turkish Stream Deal’
    Jul29

    Russia ‘Ready to Sign Only Part of Turkish Stream Deal’

    Russia is currently ready to sign only an agreement to build the first section of Turkish Stream, Russian news websites quote an Energy Ministry source as saying.This comes after reports that Moscow has sent a draft intergovernmental agreement to Ankara on the construction of a pipeline set to replace the abandoned South Stream project.Turkish...

    Special Report: Ukraine struggles to control maverick battalions
    Jul29

    Special Report: Ukraine struggles to control maverick battalions

    KIEV (Reuters) – From a basement billiard club in central Kiev, Dmytro Korchynsky commands a volunteer battalion helping Ukraine’s government fight rebels in the east. A burly man with a long, Cossack-style moustache, Korchynsky has several hundred armed men at his disposal. The exact number, he said, is “classified.”...

    Violence flares up in east Ukraine as government, OSCE report gunfire
    Jul29

    Violence flares up in east Ukraine as government, OSCE report gunfire

    Ukraine’s government said Monday that separatist rebels opened fire on civilian homes in east Ukraine, in a flare up of weekend fighting that saw monitors for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) caught in heavy gunfire. Two… …read more Source:...

    National Guard: Number of new volunteers still soaring
    Jul29

    National Guard: Number of new volunteers still soaring

    The number of new members of the National Guard (Zemessardze) has been continuously soaring since war began in Eastern Ukraine, Leonīds Kalniņš, the Brigadier General of the National Guard said in an interview to Latvian Radio on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Dacic urges all sides to ensure safety to OSCE
    Jul29

    Dacic urges all sides to ensure safety to OSCE

    An OSCE monitor in Ukraine was lightly injured when this mission’s teams came under fire in eastern Ukraine, the OSCE has said.The organization announced a revision of its operations in “certain locations” due to the growing number of incidents. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Adds Gerard Depardieu to 5-Year Blacklist
    Jul29

    Ukraine Adds Gerard Depardieu to 5-Year Blacklist

    Ukraine has moved ban actor Gérard Depardieu from entering the country over the next five years.Depardieu, who in 2013 was granted Russian citizenship, has thus become part of a list including Serbian director Emir Kusturica, Hollywood director Oliver Stone, and actor Steven Seagal.All of them are known for their pro-Russian stance in the...

    [Ticker] UN security council to vote on MH17 tribunal resolution
    Jul29

    [Ticker] UN security council to vote on MH17 tribunal resolution

    The UN Security Council is Wednesday to vote on a draft resolution to set up a tribunal to prosecute those found responsible for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine in July last year. Russia is set to veto the resolution. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine bans French actor Gerard Depardieu over support for Crimea annexation
    Jul29

    Ukraine bans French actor Gerard Depardieu over support for Crimea annexation

    French actor Gerard Depardieu has been banned by Ukraine from entering the country for five years. Depardieu took Russian citizenship in 2013 in a… …read more Source:...

    Russia vows to block UN tribunal over downed Malaysian airliner
    Jul29

    Russia vows to block UN tribunal over downed Malaysian airliner

    The UN Security Council is to vote Wednesday on a resolution sponsored by Malaysia, the Netherlands, Ukraine and Australia seeking accountability for the firing of a suspected missile that destroyed Flight MH17 last year over Ukraine.A media report said… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine ‘blacklists’ actor Depardieu
    Jul29

    Ukraine ‘blacklists’ actor Depardieu

    Ukraine bans French actor Gerard Depardieu from entering the country for five years, apparently for supporting Russia’s annexation of Crimea, Ukrainian media say. …read more Source:...

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