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    Erdogan Sends ‘Grey Wolves’ to Russian Borders
    Dec09

    Erdogan Sends ‘Grey Wolves’ to Russian Borders

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Ukrainian nationalists and activists of the so-called Crimean Tatar Mejlis recently began to receive reinforcements in the face of right-wing members of the Turkish terrorist group ‘Grey Wolves’. …read more Source: Fars News...

    US vice president visits Ukraine to show support
    Dec09

    US vice president visits Ukraine to show support

    Another high-ranking US official has traveled to Ukraine in a show of support for the government in Kiev. …read more Source:...

    In rare test, Merkel to face down party rebels on refugees
    Dec09

    In rare test, Merkel to face down party rebels on refugees

    In past years, Angela Merkel has been feted like a superstar at annual meetings of her Christian Democratic Union party, earning thunderous ovations for defending German interests in the euro crisis and facing down Vladimir Putin over Ukraine. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Opinion: Syria – a Poisoned Gift for Putin and Erdogan
    Dec08

    Opinion: Syria – a Poisoned Gift for Putin and Erdogan

    As might have been expected, the crisis in relations between Moscow and Ankara has dominated regional politics since the Turks downed a Russian warplane close to the Syrian border. Russian President Vladimir Putin clearly believes that the Turks shot his plane as part of a plot by NATO to warn Moscow against throwing is weight around. For his...

    US to step up pressure over Russia ‘aggression’: Biden
    Dec08

    US to step up pressure over Russia ‘aggression’: Biden

    US Vice President Joe Biden has assured Ukrainian lawmakers that the United States will only step up pressure on Moscow if “Russian aggression” continues. “If Russian aggression persists, the cost imposed on Moscow will continue to rise,” Biden said Tuesday in a rare address to the Ukrainian Parliament on the second day of his visit...

    Turkey to impose sanctions on Russia if needed: PM Davutoglu
    Dec08

    Turkey to impose sanctions on Russia if needed: PM Davutoglu

    Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has hinted that his government would impose sanctions against Russia if need be, the latest sign of deteriorating ties since Turkey downed a Russian jet. Premier Davutoglu told lawmakers of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in parliament on Tuesday that the government has already discussed a...

    Turkey to impose sanctions on Russia if needed: PM  Davutoglu
    Dec08

    Turkey to impose sanctions on Russia if needed: PM Davutoglu

    Turkish Premier Ahmet Davutoglu says Ankara would impose sanctions against Russia if needed. …read more Source:...

    Turkey will impose sanctions on Russia if needed: PM Davutoğlu
    Dec08

    Turkey will impose sanctions on Russia if needed: PM Davutoğlu

    Turkey has discussed possible measures against Russia and will impose sanctions if needed, PM Davutoğlu said on Dec. 8, but added that Ankara remains open to talks with Moscow …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Kremlin Warns No More Debt Deal Offers for Ukraine
    Dec08

    Kremlin Warns No More Debt Deal Offers for Ukraine

    The Kremlin on Tuesday insisted Russia has made its last offer to Ukraine on restructuring its debt as the clock ticks down on a deadline this month that could see Kiev pushed into default. …read more Source: Al-Manar...

    Kremlin warns no more debt deal offers for Ukraine
    Dec08

    Kremlin warns no more debt deal offers for Ukraine

    Moscow and Kyiv still locked in a dispute over $3 billion Russia loaned Kremlin-backed president Viktor Yanukovych in 2013 …read more Source: World...

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