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    Turkish imams expelled from Crimea
    Feb04

    Turkish imams expelled from Crimea

    The enforced departures of the Turkish imams and teachers came as a wide range of religious communities in Crimea have said that they have come under surveillance by Russias security service …read more Source: World...

    Shell hits hospital in Ukraine’s Donetsk, dead feared – city mayor
    Feb04

    Shell hits hospital in Ukraine’s Donetsk, dead feared – city mayor

    A shell hit a hospital in the east Ukrainian rebel-controlled city of Donetsk on Tuesday and dead and injured were feared, the city administration said. “There was an artillery shell at 12 noon … The shell hit a hospital, there are dead and wounded,” a statement on the administration’s website said. Send to Kindle …read more Source:...

    Taiwan plane cartwheels into river after take-off, killing at least 16
    Feb04

    Taiwan plane cartwheels into river after take-off, killing at least 16

    Rescue personnel remove an injured passenger from a TransAsia ATR 72-600 turboprop plane that crash-landed into a river outside Taiwan’s capital Taipei in New Taipei City on February 4, 2015. (AFP Photo/Sam Yeh) Taipei, Reuters—A TransAsia Airways plane with 58 passengers and crew on board cartwheeled into a river shortly after taking off...

    Ukraine official reveals why latest Mink meeting failed
    Feb04

    Ukraine official reveals why latest Mink meeting failed

    Ukraine’s ambassador-at-large explains why last Saturday’s contact group meeting failed …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Sending arms to Kiev would be big gamble for US
    Feb04

    Sending arms to Kiev would be big gamble for US

    By considering giving weapons to Kiev, the United States could be contemplating a risky venture which advocates say would help end the conflict in Ukraine but opponents warn might fan the flames of war. A senior US administration official said on Monday no decision had been made on whether to send arms to help Ukrainian forces fight Russia-backed...

    UN condemns arrest of Crimean Tatar Mejlis official
    Feb04

    UN condemns arrest of Crimean Tatar Mejlis official

    UN Human Rights spokesperson Shamdasani says official faces up to 10 years in prison, calling it ‘excessive’ …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine tightens travel regime with Russia
    Feb04

    Ukraine tightens travel regime with Russia

    Russian citizens will no longer be able to travel to Ukraine using their internal passports, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk has announced. The change, announced on Tuesday and to take effect on March 1, discontinues a preferential travel regime between Russia and Ukraine that allowed citizens of the countries to cross each...

    Ukraine tightens travel regime with Russia
    Feb04

    Ukraine tightens travel regime with Russia

    Russian citizens will no longer be able to travel to Ukraine using their internal passports, prime minister declares. …read more Source: AL...

    US: Supplying Ukraine to rival Russia’s weapons ‘unrealistic’
    Feb04

    US: Supplying Ukraine to rival Russia’s weapons ‘unrealistic’

    ‘We believe a negotiated solution to the crisis is the right approach, and no decision has been made to provide lethal assistance,” said Jen Psaki. …read more Source: World...

    US: Supplying Ukraine to rival Russia’s weapons ‘unrealistic’
    Feb04

    US: Supplying Ukraine to rival Russia’s weapons ‘unrealistic’

    ‘We believe a negotiated solution to the crisis is the right approach, and no decision has been made to provide lethal assistance,” said Jen Psaki …read more Source: Anadolu...

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