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    Russia Urges Expediency in Ukraine Peace Talks
    Dec11

    Russia Urges Expediency in Ukraine Peace Talks

    Russia is sparing no effort to convene another round of peace talks on the conflict in east Ukraine, Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said on Thursday, criticizing Kyiv’s reluctance to do so. Kyiv’s envoy to the talks, which also bring together Moscow, pro-Russian separatists and the OSCE European watchdog, said on...

    UN reports potential for gradual return to global growth, 
foresees risks, uncertainties
    Dec11

    UN reports potential for gradual return to global growth, foresees risks, uncertainties

    Vienna, 11th December, 2014 (WAM) — Global economic growth is forecast to continue increasing over the next two years, the United Nations reported today, despite legacies from the financial crisis continuing to weigh on growth, and the emergence of new challenges, including geopolitical conflicts such as in Ukraine, and the Ebola outbreak...

    Three Ukraine soldiers dead in first casualties since ceasefire
    Dec11

    Three Ukraine soldiers dead in first casualties since ceasefire

    Three soldiers were killed and eight injured in the past 24 hours, a Ukraine military spokesman said on Thursday, marking the first casualties since a ceasefire was introduced earlier this week.”We lost three soldiers and another eight were wounded in the past 24 hours,” said spokesman Andriy Lyssenko.Previous reports had said the...

    Three more Ukrainian soldiers killed as truce frays
    Dec11

    Three more Ukrainian soldiers killed as truce frays

    Military spokesman Andriy Lysenko said government forces had come under attack from separatist shells 22 times in the past 24 hours …read more Source: World...

    Modi to Putin: Russia to stay India’s top defence partner
    Dec11

    Modi to Putin: Russia to stay India’s top defence partner

    India does not support Western sanctions against Russia, but the Crimean leader’s presence may prove an irritant before U.S. President Barack Obama visits India next month. …read more Source: World...

    Crimean officials want legal status, no longer part of Ukraine
    Dec11

    Crimean officials want legal status, no longer part of Ukraine

    Officials want legal capital status for city now that Crimea is no longer part of Ukraine. …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine warns of possible default, calls for more help
    Dec11

    Ukraine warns of possible default, calls for more help

    Arseny Yatseniuk stressed his government’s commitment to carrying out tough reforms so as to secure billions of dollars in financial aid, but Kiev needed international lenders to put more money on the table …read more Source: World...

    Simferopol to receive official capital status
    Dec11

    Simferopol to receive official capital status

    Officials want legal capital status for city now that Crimea is no longer part of Ukraine. …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Putin, Modi in push to revive jaded Russia-India relationship
    Dec11

    Putin, Modi in push to revive jaded Russia-India relationship

    India does not support Western sanctions against Russia, but the Crimean leader’s presence may prove an irritant before U.S. President Barack Obama visits India next month. …read more Source: World...

    Crimean Leader in New Delhi During Putin Visit
    Dec11

    Crimean Leader in New Delhi During Putin Visit

    NEW DELHI—The leader of Crimea, the former Ukrainian territory annexed by Russia, arrived for unofficial talks in New Delhi on Thursday as President Vladimir Putin met Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a summit. Sergey Aksyonov met a Mumbai businessman to discuss boosting trade with the Black Sea region. India does not support Western sanctions...

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