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    S.Ossetia eyes Crimea-style vote on joining Russia
    Oct20

    S.Ossetia eyes Crimea-style vote on joining Russia

    MOSCOW: Georgia’s breakaway region of South Ossetia has said it plans to hold a referendum on joining Russia but the Kremlin appeared to pour cold water on the idea on Tuesday. Announced by the leader of the breakaway statelet, the plan drew an angry reaction from Georgia, which called it part of “Russia’s creeping annexation.” The...

    The Solution to Jewish Status of Ukrainian Olim?
    Oct20

    The Solution to Jewish Status of Ukrainian Olim?

    New ‘Maslul’ program launches to have olim start conversion process and clarify Jewish status well before reaching the Holy Land. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Ukraine, pro-Russia rebels begin Donetsk arms withdrawal
    Oct20

    Ukraine, pro-Russia rebels begin Donetsk arms withdrawal

    The de-escalation is important stage of process to halt 18-month conflict …read more Source:...

    Ukraine, pro-Russia rebels begin Donetsk arms withdrawal
    Oct20

    Ukraine, pro-Russia rebels begin Donetsk arms withdrawal

    Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian insurgents said Tuesday they had begun withdrawing tanks and smaller weapons from the frontline splitting the devastated Donetsk region in the ex-Soviet state’s eastern war zone …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ousted president sues Ukraine in European court
    Oct19

    Ousted president sues Ukraine in European court

    Viktor Yanukovich, who fled Ukraine in February 2014, says country’s government “repeatedly breached” his human rights. …read more Source: AL...

    Ukrainians demand apology from Larousse, Oxford Press
    Oct19

    Ukrainians demand apology from Larousse, Oxford Press

    Two publishing houses stirred up outrage recently when they pictured, described Crimea as not being part of Ukraine but Russia …read more Source: World...

    As Russia reasserts itself, NATO opens biggest exercises in years
    Oct19

    As Russia reasserts itself, NATO opens biggest exercises in years

    By Robin Emmott NATO and its allies opened their largest military exercise in more than a decade on Monday, choosing the central Mediterranean to showcase strengths that face threats from Russia’s growing military presence from the Baltics to Syria. As planes flew over a gala ceremony for NATO’s military and political leaders at an...

    Iranian official says expects nuclear deal to be implemented this year
    Oct19

    Iranian official says expects nuclear deal to be implemented this year

    Germany’s foreign minister says the EU sanctions are likely to remain in place at least until January. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Iranian official says expects nuclear deal to be implemented this year
    Oct19

    Iranian official says expects nuclear deal to be implemented this year

    Iran’s nuclear negotiator Abbas Araqchi said on Monday he expected a deal with six world powers on shrinking Tehran’s atomic programme in exchange for sanctions relief to be implemented by year-end. “Hopefully before the end of this year certainly we would have the implementation day,” Araqchi told reporters after meeting senior...

    Ousted president Yanukovych sues Ukraine in European court
    Oct19

    Ousted president Yanukovych sues Ukraine in European court

    A law firm representing former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych says he is suing Ukraine for violating his human rights. Yanukovych fled to Russia in February 2014 following months of anti-government protests …read more Source: The Daily...

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