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    Asia: Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften stance on Russia
    Oct11

    Asia: Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften stance on Russia

    Outraged by Russia’s intensified air strikes on rebels in Syria, the European Union is now less likely to ease sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine, diplomats say, and some in the bloc are raising the prospect of more punitive steps against the Kremlin. …read more Source: Standard...

    World: Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften stance on Russia
    Oct11

    World: Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften stance on Russia

    Outraged by Russia’s intensified air strikes on rebels in Syria, the European Union is now less likely to ease sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine, diplomats say, and some in the bloc are raising the prospect of more punitive steps against the Kremlin. …read more Source: Standard...

    Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften stance on Russia
    Oct11

    Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften stance on Russia

    BRUSSELS/ PARIS (Reuters) – Outraged by Russia’s intensified air strikes on rebels in Syria, the European Union is now less likely to ease sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine, diplomats say, and some in the bloc are raising the prospect of more punitive steps against the Kremlin. The post Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften...

    EU officials see no end to sanctions against Russia over Ukraine
    Oct10

    EU officials see no end to sanctions against Russia over Ukraine

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Top European Union and NATO officials called on Monday for continued dialogue with Moscow, while maintaining pressure on Russia over its actions in Ukraine and its support for Syria’s bombardment of civilians in Aleppo. The post EU officials see no end to sanctions against Russia over Ukraine appeared first on LIBYA...

    EU officials see sanctions against Russia over Ukraine continuing
    Oct10

    EU officials see sanctions against Russia over Ukraine continuing

    BERLIN (Reuters) – European Parliament President Martin Schulz on Monday said it was important to remain in dialogue with Russia and not dismiss it as a pariah, but also to maintain pressure on Moscow over its actions in eastern Ukraine and Syria. The post EU officials see sanctions against Russia over Ukraine continuing appeared first on LIBYA...

    Hollande uncertain on Putin visit after Aleppo veto
    Oct10

    Hollande uncertain on Putin visit after Aleppo veto

    French President Francois Hollande has not yet decided whether to meet Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Paris next week, after the Kremlin blocked a UN bid to end the bombing of Aleppo, Paris said Monday. Putin is due in Paris on October 19 to inaugurate a new Orthodox church near the Eiffel Tower in a visit that is fast turning into a diplomatic...

    Four council members linked to attacks on medical facilities
    Oct10

    Four council members linked to attacks on medical facilities

    When the UN Security Council last week discussed the deliberate attacks on medical facilities in war-ravaged Syria and Yemen, secretary-general Ban Ki-moon implicitly criticised some of the warring nations lamenting that “even a slaughterhouse is more humane” than the ongoing indiscriminate killings of civilians in the two devastating conflicts....

    Putin in Turkey to push energy deals despite Syria crisis
    Oct10

    Putin in Turkey to push energy deals despite Syria crisis

    Russian President Vladimir Putin, seen at a meeting with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in September 2015/AFPISTANBUL, Turkey, Oct 10 – Russian President Vladimir Putin visits Turkey on Monday for talks with counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan, pushing forward ambitious joint energy projects as the two sides try to overcome a crisis in...

    GNN Personality Of The Week – Profile Of Pending UN Secretary General, Antonio Manuel de Oliverira Guterres
    Oct09

    GNN Personality Of The Week – Profile Of Pending UN Secretary General, Antonio Manuel de Oliverira Guterres

    António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres,the next United Nations Secretary GeneralThis week we profile United Nations pending Secretary General, António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres, born 30 April 1949) is a Portuguese politician and diplomat who is the designate Secretary-General of the United Nations, he was Prime Minister of Portugal from 1995 to...

    Poland blames Airbus for grounding chopper talks
    Oct08

    Poland blames Airbus for grounding chopper talks

    Poland on Saturday blamed French aeronautics giant Airbus for the breakdown in talks over a multi-billion euro contract for military helicopters that has triggered a spike in tensions with Paris. “I want to make it perfectly clear that it wasn’t the Polish side who broke off the talks,” Polish Defence Minister Antoni Macierewicz told...

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