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    Ukraine bans   Russian airlines   as part of curbs
    Sep25

    Ukraine bans Russian airlines as part of curbs

    KIEV: Ukraine is banning flights by Russian airlines from Oct.25 as part of a wave of sanctions against Russia over its support for separatists in the east of the country, the government said on Friday. Kiev said last week it was imposing restrictions on more than 90 companies or groups, mostly from Russia, and including airlines Transaero and...

    Kiev bars Russian flights carrying military cargo, troops
    Sep25

    Kiev bars Russian flights carrying military cargo, troops

    Ukraine has banned all transit flights of the Russian airlines carrying military equipment, soldiers or so-called dual-purpose cargo over its territory. …read more Source: Iran...

    Ukraine bans Russian airlines: PM
    Sep25

    Ukraine bans Russian airlines: PM

    Ukraine announced on Friday it was banning Russian airlines, including Aeroflot, from flying into Ukraine, as part of a wave of sanctions against Russia. …read more Source: Iran...

    Kiev bars Russian flights carrying military cargo, troops
    Sep25

    Kiev bars Russian flights carrying military cargo, troops

    Ukraine bans all transit flights of the Russian airlines carrying military equipment, soldiers or so-called dual-purpose cargo over its territory. …read more Source:...

    Putin, Obama to meet as Syria diplomatic drive quickens
    Sep25

    Putin, Obama to meet as Syria diplomatic drive quickens

    US President Barack Obama accepted an invitation to meet Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, as a drive to revive efforts to resolve the Syrian conflict kicked into higher gear. The announcement that Putin and Obama will hold talks at the United Nations in New York on Monday came as the Russian leader insisted supporting Syrian President Bashar...

    Obama and Putin to meet; Syria and Ukraine vie for attention
    Sep25

    Obama and Putin to meet; Syria and Ukraine vie for attention

    By Roberta Rampton and Denis Dyomkin U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet in New York next week at a time of high tension in Europe and the Middle East, but the Kremlin and the White House disagreed on Thursday over the top priority for the talks. The White House insisted the meeting would focus on eastern...

    Obama, Putin to meet at UN, Ukraine on agenda
    Sep25

    Obama, Putin to meet at UN, Ukraine on agenda

    American President’s top agenda item will be Ukraine and the Syrian conflict …read more Source: World...

    Obama and Putin to meet; Syria and Ukraine vie for attention
    Sep25

    Obama and Putin to meet; Syria and Ukraine vie for attention

    U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet in New York next week at a time of high tension in Europe and the Middle East. …read more Source:...

    Pro-Russia rebels order humanitarian agencies out of east Ukraine stronghold
    Sep25

    Pro-Russia rebels order humanitarian agencies out of east Ukraine stronghold

    US Defense Secretary says American troops will start training Ukrainian military units …read more Source:...

    UN alarmed as agencies ordered out of Ukraine’s Luhansk
    Sep25

    UN alarmed as agencies ordered out of Ukraine’s Luhansk

    UN humanitarian chief voices concern that UN agencies and NGOs have been ordered out of separatist-controlled region. …read more Source: AL...

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