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Ousted Ukrainian President Confident ‘Truth About Maidan’ to Be Revealed
Jul06

Ousted Ukrainian President Confident ‘Truth About Maidan’ to Be Revealed

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Ousted Ukrainian President Yanukovych said Wednesday that he is sure that the world will eventually find out the truth about the 2013 events, even though the current administration does not want that to happen. “The authorities are doing everything to make sure the truth is not established. In the past years, they did...

See Nigeria’s Position On World’s Top 10 Most Dangerous Countries
Jul06

See Nigeria’s Position On World’s Top 10 Most Dangerous Countries

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has ranked Nigeria as the 5th most dangerous country in the World. The terrorists attacks by Boko Haram played a major part in Nigeria’s position on the list. WEF ranked 136 countries in its biennial tourism report with one section focusing on safety and security. [PHOTO] Suspected Fulani Herdsmen Attack...

Poroshenko Coordinates Position on Minsk Deal With Merkel – Press Service
Jul06

Poroshenko Coordinates Position on Minsk Deal With Merkel – Press Service

KIEV (Sputnik) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday coordinated their positions on the implementation of Minsk agreements during a phone conversation held ahead of a trilateral meeting among Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, Poroshenko’s...

Putin attacks sanctions, protectionism on eve of G20
Jul06

Putin attacks sanctions, protectionism on eve of G20

Russian President Vladimir Putin attacked sanctions against his country and called for an end to trade protectionism, in an editorial published in Germany Thursday ahead of the G20 summit. Sanctions against Russia “are not just short-sighted but go against the principles of the G20 for cooperation in the interests of all countries”, Putin wrote...

Former President Yanukovych Accuses Ukrainian Judges of Procedural ‘Crimes’
Jul06

Former President Yanukovych Accuses Ukrainian Judges of Procedural ‘Crimes’

KIEV (Sputnik) — A district court in Kiev is looking into allegations that were made against Yanukovych after his ouster in 2014. The self-exiled politician has denied any wrongdoing and called it a kangaroo court. “I do not recognize this court and consider it to be illegal. Moreover, I regard as criminal actions taken by the judicial panel in...

Ukrainian Ex-President Says Plans to Recall Lawyers From Treason Case Trial
Jul06

Ukrainian Ex-President Says Plans to Recall Lawyers From Treason Case Trial

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych said Wednesday he would call off his defense lawyers for the judicial process with regard to the case on alleged treason and refused to take part in the litigation. “I do not want to participate in an allegedly adversarial [judicial] process with the result which was determined in...

Russia’s Putin, North Korea to Challenge Trump Overseas
Jul06

Russia’s Putin, North Korea to Challenge Trump Overseas

WARSAW – President Donald Trump opens his two-nation European visit with what he expects to be a short but warm stop in Poland before he encounters what could be a frostier reception and thornier issues at an international summit in Germany. Trump’s sit-down with Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korea’s first launch of an...

Politics: Former US ambassador to Russia lays out what Trump needs to discuss with Putin in their blockbuster meeting
Jul05

Politics: Former US ambassador to Russia lays out what Trump needs to discuss with Putin in their blockbuster meeting

A former US ambassador to Russia laid out what Trump needs to discuss with Putin when the two meet later this week on the sidelines of the G-20 summit. A former US ambassador to Russia laid out what President Donald Trump needs to discuss with Russian President Vladimir Putin when the two meet later this week on the sidelines of the G-20 summit...

Ukraine Says it Foiled Second Cyberattack after Police Raid
Jul05

Ukraine Says it Foiled Second Cyberattack after Police Raid

KIEV, Ukraine — Ukrainian authorities have avoided a second cyberattack, the country’s interior minister said Wednesday, an announcement that suggests the effort to wreak electronic havoc across the country is ongoing. Ukraine is still trying to find its feet after scores or even hundreds of businesses and government agencies were hit by an...

Ukrainian Deputy PM: “Russia not willing to implement Minsk”
Jul05

Ukrainian Deputy PM: “Russia not willing to implement Minsk”

Two years after the Minsk agreement was signed, the agreement is still having little or no effect on the ground. Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Klympush-Tsintsadze blames Russia on Conflict Zone. …read more Source:...

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