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    Ukraine, China to make giant plane ‘Mriya’
    Sep01

    Ukraine, China to make giant plane ‘Mriya’

    Ukraine and China have signed a deal over the production of the world’s largest and heaviest plane – the Antonov AN-225 Mriya. …read more Source:...

    Hollande, Merkel back Ukraine ceasefire deal
    Sep01

    Hollande, Merkel back Ukraine ceasefire deal

    President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel support a deal struck by the trilateral contact group in Ukraine for a general ceasefire …read more Source: Al...

    Britain Will Remain a ‘Dedicated European Power’: Foreign Secretary
    Sep01

    Britain Will Remain a ‘Dedicated European Power’: Foreign Secretary

    British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson pledged Thursday that the UK would remain a “dedicated European power” even after it left the EU, at an international security policy meeting in Germany. Johnson told reporters at a gathering of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in the eastern city of Potsdam that Brexit would...

    Lavrov: West Has Much to Do to Restore Russia’s Trust
    Sep01

    Lavrov: West Has Much to Do to Restore Russia’s Trust

    As he said that the West has much to do in order to restore Moscow’s trust, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Russia was ready to restore normal relations with the United States and the European Union. Russia is ready to restore full-fledged relations with both the United States and the European Union, but only on equal terms, Lavrov said...

    Ukraine relaunches online earnings system to prevent corruption, some skeptical
    Sep01

    Ukraine relaunches online earnings system to prevent corruption, some skeptical

    Ukraine Thursday launched an online income declaration system meant to combat corruption among state officials that it hopes will unlock funds from the IMF, but its developer and watchdogs said insufficient political will could undermine the project …read more Source: The Daily...

    Cluster bombs kill more than 400 people, over a third of them children
    Sep01

    Cluster bombs kill more than 400 people, over a third of them children

    More than 400 people were killed by cluster bombs in 2015, most of them dying in Syria, Yemen and Ukraine, which have not signed up to a treaty banning the weapon, an international anti-cluster bomb coalition said on Thursday. Cluster bombs, dropped by air or fired by artillery, scatter hundreds of bomblets across a wide area which sometimes fail...

    US-Russia ties at their lowest level
    Sep01

    US-Russia ties at their lowest level

    Obama has done little to stand up to Putin’s provocative moves in Syria, Ukraine …read more Source: Gulf...

    UN anti-torture body resumes Ukraine visit
    Sep01

    UN anti-torture body resumes Ukraine visit

    The United Nations Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture had previously been suspended from visiting Ukraine …read more Source: World...

    G20 offers Putin one more stab at Obama on Syria, Ukraine
    Sep01

    G20 offers Putin one more stab at Obama on Syria, Ukraine

    The G20 summit starting in China Sunday gives Russian President Vladimir Putin one more chance to try to strong-arm U.S. leader Barack Obama over Syria and Ukraine as their fraught relationship nears an end …read more Source: The Daily...

    U.S. Holocaust museum condemns attack on Ukrainian Roma
    Sep01

    U.S. Holocaust museum condemns attack on Ukrainian Roma

    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum condemns attack on Roma villagers in southern Ukraine. …read more Source: Arutz...

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