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Section: Middle East

    Ukraine: Russia must cede border by end of year
    Oct05

    Ukraine: Russia must cede border by end of year

    Peace process ‘must be completed by end of year. That is what (February) agreement says and no one is making any attempts to review it,’ Ukrainian president says …read more Source: World...

    Russian volunteers likely to fight in Syria
    Oct05

    Russian volunteers likely to fight in Syria

    Russian volunteers honed their combat skills in Ukraine likely to travel to Syria to fight alongside President Bashar al-Assad, head of Russian parliament’s defense committee said. …read more Source:...

    Russian volunteers likely to fight in Syria: lawmaker
    Oct05

    Russian volunteers likely to fight in Syria: lawmaker

    Russian volunteers who have honed their combat skills in Ukraine are likely to travel to Syria to fight alongside the forces of President Bashar Assad, Admiral Vladimir Komoyedov, the head of the Russian parliament’s defence committee, said Monday …read more Source: The Daily...

    US defence chief warns Russia pursuing ‘losing strategy’ in Syria
    Oct05

    US defence chief warns Russia pursuing ‘losing strategy’ in Syria

    US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter said on Monday that Russia is pursuing a losing strategy in Syria and that it must live up to its commitments in Ukraine. …read more Source: Gulf...

    World Bank sees Ukraine rebounding
    Oct05

    World Bank sees Ukraine rebounding

    Bank maintained its earlier outlook of a 12 percent economic contraction across 2015 …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine starts light weapons withdrawal in east
    Oct05

    Ukraine starts light weapons withdrawal in east

    Ukraine has started withdrawing tanks and light artillery from the front line in the eastern region of Luhansk in accordance with a recent agreement with pro-Russian separatists, the Ukrainian military said Monday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Putin’s new war, old foes
    Oct05

    Putin’s new war, old foes

    It has been quiet in eastern Ukraine for a couple of weeks now, and, according to Russia’s daily business newspaper Kommersant, there could be a very good reason for that. The paper claims to have interviewed a man from Tajikistan who was fighting alongside pro-Russian forces in Ukraine who now says he and his colleagues are relocating to...

    ISIL suicide bomber’s father says son was brainwashed
    Oct04

    ISIL suicide bomber’s father says son was brainwashed

    Jordanian MP Mazen Dalaeen’s son Mohamed left his life as a medical student in Ukraine to join armed group in Iraq. …read more Source: AL...

    Why Afghanistan Is Going To Fall To The Taliban Again. And It’s Not Why You Think.
    Oct04

    Why Afghanistan Is Going To Fall To The Taliban Again. And It’s Not Why You Think.

    Last week, the Taliban began the process of retaking Afghanistan, starting with the northern city of Kunduz. The U.S. and Afghan governments have since been battling to recapture it — a fight that included the U.S. bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital that killed at least 12 medical staff, along with at least seven patients, on...

    Ukraine warring sides announce start of small arms withdrawal
    Oct03

    Ukraine warring sides announce start of small arms withdrawal

    KIEV: Warring sides in Ukraine on Saturday began withdrawing tanks and smaller weapons from a buffer zone in the war-torn east a day after the leaders of France and Germany met Vladimir Putin for peace talks. The announcement of the beginning of the small-weapons withdrawal came after Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko voiced cautious optimism...

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