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    Moscow’s ‘Stop List’ of EU Citizens to Keep Operating After Sanctions Extension
    Sep15

    Moscow’s ‘Stop List’ of EU Citizens to Keep Operating After Sanctions Extension

    YALTA (Sputnik) — The Russian “black list” of EU citizens will continue to operate after the extension of European sanctions against Russian individuals and companies, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Friday. “This was not a surprise for us given the prejudiced approach of the European Union to the intra-Ukrainian...

    Moscow’s ‘Stop List’ of EU Citizens to Keep Operating After Sanctions Extension
    Sep15

    Moscow’s ‘Stop List’ of EU Citizens to Keep Operating After Sanctions Extension

    YALTA (Sputnik) — The Russian “black list” of EU citizens will continue to operate after the extension of European sanctions against Russian individuals and companies, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Friday. “This was not a surprise for us given the prejudiced approach of the European Union to the intra-Ukrainian...

    eNCA | EU urged not to reject Ukraine’s aspirations
    Sep15

    eNCA | EU urged not to reject Ukraine’s aspirations

    Kiev has already angered its bitter foe Moscow by signing in 2014 a landmark trade agreement with the EU. …read more Source:...

    eNCA | EU urged not to reject Ukraine’s aspirations
    Sep15

    eNCA | EU urged not to reject Ukraine’s aspirations

    Kiev has already angered its bitter foe Moscow by signing in 2014 a landmark trade agreement with the EU. …read more Source:...

    Peacekeepers Deployment in Donbass May Lead to Easing of Anti-Russia Sanctions
    Sep15

    Peacekeepers Deployment in Donbass May Lead to Easing of Anti-Russia Sanctions

    BERLIN (Sputnik) — German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel believes that sanctions against Russia may be loosened in case of successful implementation of the initiative on deployment of UN peacekeepers to eastern Ukraine. Gabriel pointed out that earlier this week, the issue of peacekeepers’ deployment had been discussed by German Chancellor...

    Fearing Russia, Sweden holds biggest war games in 20 years
    Sep15

    Fearing Russia, Sweden holds biggest war games in 20 years

    GOTHENBURG – Neutral Sweden has launched its biggest war games in two decades with support from NATO countries, drilling 19,000 troops after years of spending cuts that have left the country fearful of Russia’s growing military strength. , On the eve of Russia’s biggest maneuvers since 2013, which NATO says will be greater than...

    US Treasury Announces New Iran Sanctions
    Sep15

    US Treasury Announces New Iran Sanctions

    Donald TrumpThe United States on Thursday imposed economic sanctions on 11 individuals and companies accused of supporting Iran’s Revolutionary Guards or engaging in hostile cyber-attacks on US banks, the Treasury Department announced. The move to toughen sanctions for Iran’s alleged destabilisation of the Middle East contrasted with...

    Turkey Signs Deal To Buy Russian S-400 Missile Systems
    Sep12

    Turkey Signs Deal To Buy Russian S-400 Missile Systems

    Russian S-400 Triumph medium-range and long-range surface-to-air missile systems riding through Red Square during the Victory Day military parade in Moscow. Natalia KOLESNIKOVA / AFPTurkey has signed a deal with Russia to buy S-400 missile defence systems in its first major weapons purchase from Moscow, Turkish newspapers on Tuesday quoted...

    Crimea court jails Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz over rally
    Sep12

    Crimea court jails Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz over rally

    Judges in the Russian-controlled Crimea have sentenced Tatar representative Akhtem Chiygoz to eight years in a labor camp for “organizing a mass riot.” Chiygoz had worked for a Tatar assembly which Moscow later outlawed. …read more Source:...

    Crimea court jails Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz over rally
    Sep12

    Crimea court jails Tatar leader Akhtem Chiygoz over rally

    Judges in the Russian-controlled Crimea have sentenced Tatar representative Akhtem Chiygoz to eight years in a labor camp for “organizing a mass riot.” Chiygoz had worked for a Tatar assembly which Moscow later outlawed. …read more Source:...

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