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    Putin, Berlusconi meet up in Crimea
    Sep11

    Putin, Berlusconi meet up in Crimea

    Former Italian Prime Minister arrived in Russia-annexed Crimea for ‘private visit’ …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine Closes Airspace to Russian Planes En Route to Syria
    Sep11

    Ukraine Closes Airspace to Russian Planes En Route to Syria

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Ukraine has closed its airspace for Russia’s aircraft bound for Syria, Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said at the meeting with his Slovak counterpart Robert Fico. …read more Source: Fars News...

    Syria will be topic at Saturday meeting of ministers in Berlin
    Sep11

    Syria will be topic at Saturday meeting of ministers in Berlin

    Foreign ministers meeting in Berlin on Saturday to discuss the Ukraine crisis are also likely to touch on the situation in Syria, a spokesman for the German foreign ministry said on Friday. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ukraine’s pro-Russia rebels target media in propaganda war
    Sep11

    Ukraine’s pro-Russia rebels target media in propaganda war

    Yana Agafonova, a media official in the pro-Russian rebel government in eastern Ukraine, says critical publications are not welcome in the separatist region, which is locked in a vicious propaganda war with Kyiv …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Past Jewish year sees sharp rise in olim numbers
    Sep11

    Past Jewish year sees sharp rise in olim numbers

    About 13% more people chose to immigrate to Israel in the previous Jewish year than the one before it. The largest numbers came from France (7,350), Ukraine (6,868), and Russia (5,900). …read more Source: Yedioth...

    Russian court sets tough jail term for flag stunt
    Sep10

    Russian court sets tough jail term for flag stunt

    MOSCOW: A Russian court on Thursday convicted a man of helping try to paint a Ukrainian flag on a Moscow skyscraper as an act of protest against the Kremlin’s foreign policy and sentenced him to two years and three months in jail. The incident, in August last year, attracted international attention because it was a rare example of protest...

    Two Soldiers Killed in East Ukraine Blast
    Sep10

    Two Soldiers Killed in East Ukraine Blast

    Ukraine on Thursday reported the death of two soldiers in a mine blast but no heavy fighting as a new truce with pro-Russian separatists appeared to be holding for the 10th day. …read more Source: Al-Manar...

    Two soldiers killed in east Ukraine blast
    Sep10

    Two soldiers killed in east Ukraine blast

    Ukraine on Thursday reported the death of two soldiers in a mine blast but no heavy fighting as a new truce with pro-Russian insurgents appeared to be holding for the 10th day. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Russia’s flights to Syria also carry military equipment: Lavrov
    Sep10

    Russia’s flights to Syria also carry military equipment: Lavrov

    Flights to Syria carry military equipment as well as aid, Russian Foreign Minister said on Thursday, after previously insisting that flights to Syria were only humanitarian. Russian “humanitarian” flights to Syria carry military equipment as well as humanitarian aid, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Thursday. The United States...

    Polish prime minister says accepting refugees is Poland’s duty
    Sep10

    Polish prime minister says accepting refugees is Poland’s duty

    Poland cannot afford to accept economic migrants, but it is the biggest central European economy’s duty to accept refugees fleeing wars, Polish Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz said on Thursday. “Accepting migrants escaping to save their lives is our duty,” Kopacz, speaking ahead of an election in October, told a news briefing at a forum in the...

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