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    Losing control in the Caucasus
    Oct11

    Losing control in the Caucasus

    Nagorno-Karabakh, the former Soviet Union’s oldest and most dangerous conflict, is waking up again. The 1994 ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan is under severe strain. Where there was occasional sniper fire two years ago, mortars are now being fired. Rockets are raining down on the Armenia-Azerbaijan border and the ceasefire line east...

    Russia backs bigger OSCE mission in Ukraine
    Oct10

    Russia backs bigger OSCE mission in Ukraine

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia said on Saturday it wanted to see a bigger European monitoring mission in Ukraine to help oversee withdrawal of mortars, tanks and light artillery under recent agreements. …read more Source:...

    Albania’s possible opponents in Euro 2016 play-offs
    Oct10

    Albania’s possible opponents in Euro 2016 play-offs

    TIRANA, Oct 10 /ATA/ – Having already secured a historic place in the play-offs of the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, Albania’s national side will play their last group match away to Armenia on Sunday in a bid to keep the direct Euro 2016 qualification dream alive. Despite the 0-1 and 0-2 home loss at two last games respectively to Portugal...

    Macedonia defeated by Ukraine in 2016 EC qualifiers
    Oct10

    Macedonia defeated by Ukraine in 2016 EC qualifiers

    Macedonia’s football team lost to Ukraine 2:0 in the final game played yesterday at home in the 2016 European Championship qualifiers. …read more Source: Macedonian Information...

    PM urges Merkel to revive renegotiations
    Oct10

    PM urges Merkel to revive renegotiations

    Syria, Ukraine and Britain’s future in Europe raised at Cameron’s birthday meeting …read more Source: Financial...

    Cameron and Merkel break bread over Brexit
    Oct09

    Cameron and Merkel break bread over Brexit

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel dined with British Prime Minister David Cameron at his Chequers retreat Friday to discuss the status of reforms the U.K. will seek before an in-or-out vote on its EU membership. The two leaders also discussed other issues, including Europe’s response to the crisis in Syria and the situation in Ukraine. “The...

    Ukraine ex-security official doubts MH17 report will give answers
    Oct09

    Ukraine ex-security official doubts MH17 report will give answers

    VINNYTSIA, Ukraine (Reuters) – A former top official in Ukraine’s security service said on Friday he doubted a final international report on the crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 would provide conclusive answers. …read more Source:...

    Symonenko urges Belarusian people to learn from Ukraine’s mistakes
    Oct09

    Symonenko urges Belarusian people to learn from Ukraine’s mistakes

    “Do not repeat these mistakes and do not create preconditions,” Petro Symonenko said. People should not die for someone else’s mistakes. …read more Source:...

    An election on the balcony of the ‘Russian world’
    Oct09

    An election on the balcony of the ‘Russian world’

    MINSK — Belarusians go to the ballot boxes Sunday to elect their president. It won’t be a European-style election. An unexpected outcome is out of the question. The Central Election Committee chairman has been personally picked by President Aleksander Lukashenko, and its composition has remained unchanged since 1996, although since then...

    Putin’s plan for Syria
    Oct09

    Putin’s plan for Syria

    A man holds portrait of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin (R) and Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad (L) during a rally in support of Syrian regime in front of the US Embassy in Moscow in 2012. © ANDREY SMIRNOV/AFP/Getty Images As David Cameron prepares the way for a vote on bombing in Syria, Britain faces an ugly choice: whether to...

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