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    Poland to ask US to extradite suspected Nazi war criminal
    Mar14

    Poland to ask US to extradite suspected Nazi war criminal

    Poland is planning to ask the US to extradite a 98-year-old man of Ukrainian origin who allegedly ordered the execution of 44 people in 1944 while commanding a unit collaborating with Nazi Germany, justice officials said Tuesday. …read more Source: Iran...

    Turkey, Ukraine agree on passport-free travel
    Mar14

    Turkey, Ukraine agree on passport-free travel

    Citizens of both countries will only need to present their national ID cards according to agreement …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Poland to ask US to extradite suspected Nazi war criminal
    Mar14

    Poland to ask US to extradite suspected Nazi war criminal

    Poland will ask the United States to deport an old Ukrainian man accused of war crimes in 1944 in collaboration with Nazi Germany. …read more Source:...

    Turkey, Ukraine sign passport-free travel deal to boost tourism
    Mar14

    Turkey, Ukraine sign passport-free travel deal to boost tourism

    Turkey and Ukraine have signed an agreement allowing their citizens to travel to each other’s countries with only an identity card, in a bid to boost tourism. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Russia Regrets EU Decision to Extend Sanctions, Says Response Stays in Place
    Mar14

    Russia Regrets EU Decision to Extend Sanctions, Says Response Stays in Place

    Moscow regrets the European Union’s decision to extend anti-Russia sanctions, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday, noting that its response “stop list” would stay in place. The European Council extended on Monday travel bans and asset freezes against Russian and Ukrainian persons and entities until September. “The Council of the...

    EU extends sanctions on Russia over Ukraine crisis
    Mar14

    EU extends sanctions on Russia over Ukraine crisis

    The European Union on Monday prolonged by another six months sanctions against Russian and Ukrainian individuals over their role in the Ukraine crisis. The asset freezes and travel bans were first introduced…Click To Continue …read more Source: Daily...

    EU extends sanctions over Ukraine crisis
    Mar14

    EU extends sanctions over Ukraine crisis

    Sanctions were first introduced in March 2014 after Russia annexed Crimea …read more Source: Anadolu...

    European Nato defence spending slightly higher
    Mar13

    European Nato defence spending slightly higher

    Defence spending by European Nato states inched up for the first time in seven years in 2016, the military alliance said yesterday, but still remained below the threshold the new US President Donald Trump said was crucial to achieve.Trump made North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) states in Europe nervous when he criticised the alliance as...

    Russia, Ukraine spat over Eurovision entry
    Mar13

    Russia, Ukraine spat over Eurovision entry

    MOSCOW: Russia has announced its entry for the Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev, stirring controversy in Ukraine on Monday as it emerged the singer has performed in Moscow-annexed Crimea. Channel One state television on Sunday evening announced that 27-year-old Yuliya Samoilova will represent the country in May with an upbeat ballad called “Flame...

    EU extends sanctions against Russia over Ukraine crisis for six months
    Mar13

    EU extends sanctions against Russia over Ukraine crisis for six months

    The European Union (EU) has formally extended for another six months its sanctions against Russia-linked individuals over their alleged role in the Ukrainian crisis. …read more Source: Iran...

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