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    Moscow changing tack on relationship with Assad: sources
    Jun02

    Moscow changing tack on relationship with Assad: sources

    In this February 7, 2012 file photo, Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad (L) meets Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in the Syrian capital Damascus. (AFP Photo) Beirut, Asharq Al-Awsat—Clear signs are emerging of a dramatic U-turn in Russia’s policy toward the regime of Bashar Al-Assad in Syria, with Moscow even beginning to consider a...

    Ukraine Contact Group to hold peace talks in Minsk
    Jun02

    Ukraine Contact Group to hold peace talks in Minsk

    Ukraine Contact Group is expected to hold a meeting on restoring previously-reached peace accords. …read more Source:...

    West attempting to derail Minsk Agreement on Ukraine: Pundit
    Jun02

    West attempting to derail Minsk Agreement on Ukraine: Pundit

    Press TV has conducted an interview with Joaquin Flores, with the Center for Syncretic Studies from Belgrade, for his insights into Russia’s travel ban against 89 politicians and military leaders from 17 European countries. …read more Source: Iran...

    West attempting to derail Minsk Agreement on Ukraine: Pundit
    Jun02

    West attempting to derail Minsk Agreement on Ukraine: Pundit

    An analyst says the United States and the European Union are bound to derail the Minsk Agreement on Ukraine’s ceasefire. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Soldiers Laying Mines Near Stanitsa Luganskaya
    Jun02

    Ukrainian Soldiers Laying Mines Near Stanitsa Luganskaya

    TEHRAN (FNA)- Ukrainian servicemen are reinforcing the blockade of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR), laying minefields near the Kiev-controlled Stanitsa Luganskaya locality and along the Seversky Donets River, which has already claimed lives, a spokesman for the LPR People’s Militia said. …read more Source:...

    Russia dismisses EU criticism of travel blacklist
    Jun02

    Russia dismisses EU criticism of travel blacklist

    Russia criticised the European Union on Monday for allowing the publication of a list of European officials barred from entering the country in the diplomatic fallout over the Ukraine crisis. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Moscow, which drew up the list in response to a similar ban on Russian officials by the EU, had handed over the list to...

    More than 6,400 killed amid ‘tremendous hardship’ in Ukraine, says UN
    Jun02

    More than 6,400 killed amid ‘tremendous hardship’ in Ukraine, says UN

    Some five million others are meanwhile suffering the consequences of the conflict, including 1.2 million people who have been displaced inside the war-ravaged country. …read more Source: Khaleej...

    More than 6,400 killed amid ‘tremendous hardship’ in Ukraine, says UN
    Jun02

    More than 6,400 killed amid ‘tremendous hardship’ in Ukraine, says UN

    Some five million others are meanwhile suffering the consequences of the conflict, including 1.2 million people who have been displaced inside the war-ravaged country. …read more Source: Khaleej...

    UN finds signs of  Russia involvement  in Ukraine war
    Jun01

    UN finds signs of Russia involvement in Ukraine war

    GENEVA: A separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine is revealing increasing evidence, but not yet conclusive legal proof, of Russian state involvement, senior United Nations human rights officials said on Monday. “We are speaking about increasing inflow of (unofficial) fighters and increasing evidence that there are also some (Russian) servicemen...

    Nato flexes  muscles in   Baltics, Poland
    Jun01

    Nato flexes muscles in Baltics, Poland

    WARSAW: US-led Nato drills began on Monday in the Baltic states and Poland, a move intended to reassure Russia’s nervous neighbours amid tensions over Ukraine. Russia’s increased military presence in the Baltic Sea and regional airspace since its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine last year has jangled nerves in the area, which lay...

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