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    Ukraine president enacts controversial laws banning Soviet symbols
    May16

    Ukraine president enacts controversial laws banning Soviet symbols

    Russia decries laws banning all symbols and communist-era propaganda as ‘totalitarian’ …read more Source:...

    Ukraine army accused of violating human rights in east
    May16

    Ukraine army accused of violating human rights in east

    A report on alleged extrajudicial executions and torture by troops in eastern Ukraine has been presented in Moscow. …read more Source:...

    U.S. Senator McCain turns down Ukraine advisor role
    May15

    U.S. Senator McCain turns down Ukraine advisor role

    NNA – Republican U.S. Senator John McCain has turned down a post as advisor to Ukraine39;s pro-Western President Petro Poroshenko, saying constitutional constraints prohibited him from accepting. Mc …read more Source: National News...

    Russia says to military in Crimea
    May15

    Russia says to military in Crimea

    Russia has announced plans to boost its military presence in Crimea. …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine’s debt – the second crisis
    May15

    Ukraine’s debt – the second crisis

    Ukraine’s crisis is not just Russias but Kiev is also facing a financial battle with international creditors threatens to unravel IMF bailout plan for war-torn Ukraine. …read more Source: World...

    France Offers Russia 785 mln Euros to Ditch Warship Deal
    May15

    France Offers Russia 785 mln Euros to Ditch Warship Deal

    France has offered Russia 785 million euros to scrap a contentious contract to supply two warships that was suspended due to the Ukraine crisis …read more Source: Al-Manar...

    France offers Russia 785 mln euros to ditch warship deal: report
    May15

    France offers Russia 785 mln euros to ditch warship deal: report

    France has offered Russia 785 million euros to scrap a contentious contract to supply two warships that was suspended due to the Ukraine crisis, a report said Friday. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Baltics request permanent Nato troop presence
    May14

    Baltics request permanent Nato troop presence

    VILNIUS: The three Baltic countries are asking Nato to permanently deploy an army brigade to Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania as a deterrent against an increasingly assertive Russia. The states, all with ethnic Russian minorities, fear they could become a target of Kremlin pressure after a pro-Moscow rebellion in eastern Ukraine and President...

    Britain scrambles Typhoon jets to escort Russian bombers
    May14

    Britain scrambles Typhoon jets to escort Russian bombers

    British Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoon fighter jets were scrambled to intercept two Russian long-range bombers near UK airspace north of Scotland, Britain’s Ministry of Defence said on Thursday. Intercepts of Russian aircraft by NATO have increased over the last year amid heightened tensions between the West and Moscow over the Ukraine...

    Ukraine slams Russia comments on Crimea nuclear arms
    May14

    Ukraine slams Russia comments on Crimea nuclear arms

    NATO and the Ukraine have slammed Russian comments regarding the stationing of nuclear weapons in Crimea. …read more Source: World...

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