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    Trump: As US mulls action on steel, foreign producers urge caution
    May25

    Trump: As US mulls action on steel, foreign producers urge caution

    Foreign steel producers on Wednesday called for prudence as the Trump administration considers possible actions to shield domestic companies from unfair imports on national security grounds. Foreign steel producers on Wednesday called for prudence as the Trump administration considers possible actions to shield domestic companies from unfair...

    Politics: Russia is using Syria as a testing ground for some of its most advanced weapons
    May24

    Politics: Russia is using Syria as a testing ground for some of its most advanced weapons

    But there has been a human cost to Russia's arms advertisements. Russia seems to be using Syria as a testing ground and way to advertise some of its most-advanced weaponry, experts say. For the last couple of years, Moscow has almost gone out if its way to broadcast their engagements and equipment being used in Syria, while simultaneously...

    Ukrainian Opposition Challenges Russian Websites Ban at Constitutional Court
    May24

    Ukrainian Opposition Challenges Russian Websites Ban at Constitutional Court

    KIEV (Sputnik) — According to Alexander Dolzhenkov, a lawmaker from the bloc, the decree violated the right for freedom of thought and speech, the right to express views and beliefs, and the right to use information that is guaranteed by the Ukrainian Constitution, the statement specified. “The Opposition Bloc faction and several independent...

    First Stage of Large-Scale Russian FSB Spetsnaz Drills Over in Crimea
    May24

    First Stage of Large-Scale Russian FSB Spetsnaz Drills Over in Crimea

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The FSB said Tuesday that the units would conduct large-scale counter-terrorism exercises in Crimea on May 24-29 and the drills would involve about 2,000 servicemen. It also said the two-stage drills would involve aircraft, sea vessels, armored vehicles, drones and advanced reconnaissance equipment. In March, the Russian...

    Newspaper summaries-May 24 2017
    May24

    Newspaper summaries-May 24 2017

    Daily Nation Maize: Story behind Kenya’s food crisis: Two blunders by the government — the first leading to the second — are behind a biting maize shortage in the country that has caused the escalation of prices of basic food commodities. To make matters worse, contrary to its earlier promise that it would import maize from Mexico to...

    Trump’s 2018 Budget Requests $150 Million for Ukraine Security Assistance
    May24

    Trump’s 2018 Budget Requests $150 Million for Ukraine Security Assistance

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — Trump’s proposed 2018 budget for the Department of Defense includes $150 million in assistance for Ukraine, according to a budget proposal released on Tuesday. “The FY [fiscal year] 2018 request includes $150.0 million for the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative to support Ukraine under the ‘Building Partnership...

    Russia’s FSB Spetsnaz Set to Hold Large-Scale Anti-Terrorism Drills in Crimea
    May24

    Russia’s FSB Spetsnaz Set to Hold Large-Scale Anti-Terrorism Drills in Crimea

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Special purpose units of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) will conduct large-scale counter-terrorism exercises in Crimea on May 24-29, the FSB announced. “A total of about 2,000 servicemen will take part in the exercise,” the FSB said in a statement. According to the statement, the two-stage drills will involve...

    Upping the Bloodshed: Ukraine Breaches Embargo to Fuel South Sudan Civil War
    May24

    Upping the Bloodshed: Ukraine Breaches Embargo to Fuel South Sudan Civil War

    In Imvepi, northern Uganda, men, women and children queue for food and water of questionable drinkability in the intense heat of the north-east African sun, at a hastily constructed refugee camp. These unfortunate individuals have all fled — mostly on foot — across the South Sudan border, escaping ever-burgeoning bloodshed in their home country....

    Ukraine Must Scrap Ban on Russian Social Media – Reporters Without Borders
    May23

    Ukraine Must Scrap Ban on Russian Social Media – Reporters Without Borders

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — Last week, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko approved the decision of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) to expand the list of sanctioned Russian individuals and legal entities. In particular, Ukraine has imposed sanctions on a number of Russian media, popular social networks like VKontakte and...

    In Ukraine: Parliament backs tough TV language rules to limit Russian
    May23

    In Ukraine: Parliament backs tough TV language rules to limit Russian

    The measure was passed a week after Ukraine blocked Russia's most popular social media networks. Ukraine’s parliament ratched up its cultural war against Russia on Tuesday by backing television language quotas requiring major channels to broadcast at least three-quarters of their programmes in the Ukrainian language.The measure was...

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