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Real Madrid take on Manchester City, Bayern Munich to face Atletico Madrid
Apr15

Real Madrid take on Manchester City, Bayern Munich to face Atletico Madrid

Champions League final will be on May 28 Real Madrid have been paired with Manchester City in the Champions League semi-finals, while Bayern Munich will face Atletico Madrid. Friday’s draw in Nyon means outgoing City manager Manuel Pellegrini will have a chance to get one over his former team, having coached Madrid in 2009-10. Madrid...

Crimean Leader Gives Thanks for International Solidarity
Apr15

Crimean Leader Gives Thanks for International Solidarity

15 de abril de 2016, 09:49Yalta, Crimea, Apr 15 (Prensa Latina) On Friday, the head of the Crimean government, Sergei Aksyonov, thanked foreign delegates at the Yalta World Economic Forum for their attendance and for the respect they have shown for the right of Crimean self-determination. …read more Source: Prensa...

Vladimir Putin: Ukraine Crisis Was Artificial
Apr14

Vladimir Putin: Ukraine Crisis Was Artificial

14 de abril de 2016, 15:14Moscow, Apr 14 (Prensa Latina) Russian President Vladimir Putin has commented on the Ukrainian crisis during his annual Direct Line program. …read more Source: Prensa...

New Opportunities for Cooperation and Development Discussed in Yalta
Apr14

New Opportunities for Cooperation and Development Discussed in Yalta

14 de abril de 2016, 08:51Yalta, Crimea, Apr 14 (Prensa Latina) Experts, business representatives and journalists from more than twenty countries define new opportunities for cooperation and development alternatives. …read more Source: Prensa...

Poland says NATO must speak to Russia from position of strength
Apr14

Poland says NATO must speak to Russia from position of strength

NATO should return to Cold War ways of thinking in its relations with Russia, and speak to Moscow from a position of strength to counter its renewed assertiveness in eastern Europe, Polish deputy defense minister said. A former Soviet satellite, Poland has been alarmed by Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea peninsula in 2014 and...

Putin says shares Russians’ pain over economic hardship
Apr14

Putin says shares Russians’ pain over economic hardship

President Vladimir Putin assured ordinary Russians on Thursday that he was trying to relieve the hardships they face, with the economy in recession and consumer prices pushed up as a consequence of the Kremlin’s standoff with the West. Putin used a televised phone-in, an annual event when he fields questions from ordinary citizens around...

Russia pushes back ‘Putin’s bridge’ to annexed Crimea by a year
Apr13

Russia pushes back ‘Putin’s bridge’ to annexed Crimea by a year

Russia has pushed back the completion date of a showcase multi-billion dollar bridge to link the Russian mainland with annexed Crimea by one year, saying the original plan had to be adjusted to take account of the weight of the trains that will cross it. The Kremlin sees the bridge, which will span the Kerch Strait, as vital to integrating...

Yatseniuk Asks for Support After Resignation
Apr11

Yatseniuk Asks for Support After Resignation

11 de abril de 2016, 09:31Moscow, Apr 11 (Prensa Latina) The Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatseniuk, asked the deputies of his parliamentary faction, the Popular Front, to support his decision to resign, which was announced by surprise on Sunday on TV. …read more Source: Prensa...

Ukraine ‘very volatile’ after PM resignation, says Council of Europe
Apr11

Ukraine ‘very volatile’ after PM resignation, says Council of Europe

Ukraine has become “very volatile” since Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk resigned, the head of the Council of Europe said on Monday, calling for the swift formation of a new government and speedier progress on reforms. Yatseniuk tendered his resignation on Sunday, opening the way to seeking a more stable government for Ukraine which is struggling...

Kerry says Hiroshima ‘gut-wrenching’ reminder world should abandon nuclear weapons
Apr11

Kerry says Hiroshima ‘gut-wrenching’ reminder world should abandon nuclear weapons

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday called his visit to a memorial to victims of the 1945 U.S. nuclear attack on Hiroshima “gut-wrenching” and said it was a reminder of the need to pursue a world free of nuclear weapons. The first U.S. secretary of state to visit Hiroshima, Kerry said President Barack Obama also wanted to travel to the...

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