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    President Putin Defends Russian Foreign Policy
    Dec04

    President Putin Defends Russian Foreign Policy

    In his state of the nation address Putin justified his actions in Ukraine and Crimea and stressed that he seeks good relations with the U.S. and Europe. …read more Source:...

    Kerry urges Russia to rebuild its int’l credibility, support Ukraine’s sovereignty
    Dec04

    Kerry urges Russia to rebuild its int’l credibility, support Ukraine’s sovereignty

    …read more Source: Buenos Aires...

    Putin says foes hope to dismember Russia; rouble falls as he speaks
    Dec04

    Putin says foes hope to dismember Russia; rouble falls as he speaks

    MOSCOW, (Reuters) – President Vladimir Putin accused Russia’s enemies today of seeking to carve it up and destroy its economy to punish it for growing strong, in an annual state of the union speech that seemed to outdo even his own recent strident nationalism. The Kremlin leader trumpeted his annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea peninsula,...

    NATO Discusses Rapid Response Force
    Dec03

    NATO Discusses Rapid Response Force

    At the NATO summit, representatives of the 28 member nations address issues such as the Russia-Ukraine front, the Islamic State and Afghanistan. …read more Source:...

    Nuclear Accident Not Dangerous says Ukraine Official
    Dec03

    Nuclear Accident Not Dangerous says Ukraine Official

    Friday’s accident was sparked by a short circuit in a power outlet system, unrelated to nuclear power production, say officials. …read more Source:...

    Nuclear Accident Not Dangerous Ukraine Official Says
    Dec03

    Nuclear Accident Not Dangerous Ukraine Official Says

    The blow, which happened Friday was sparked by a short circuit in a power outlet system, unrelated to nuclear power production. …read more Source:...

    Putin’s allies channelled  billions to Ukraine oligarch
    Dec03

    Putin’s allies channelled billions to Ukraine oligarch

    MOSCOW/KIEV, (Reuters) – In Russia, powerful friends helped him make a fortune. In the United States, officials want him extradited and put behind bars. In Austria, where he is currently free on bail of $155 million, authorities have yet to decide what to do with him. He is Dmitry Firtash, a former fireman and soldier. […] …read more...

    Ukraine Appoints New Cabinet to Oversee ‘Tough’ Reforms
    Dec03

    Ukraine Appoints New Cabinet to Oversee ‘Tough’ Reforms

    Ukraine’s new cabinet is stacked with foreign nationals, including a former U.S. State Department official. …read more Source:...

    Russia announces war games; UK worried by ‘extremely aggressive’ probing of air space
    Dec02

    Russia announces war games; UK worried by ‘extremely aggressive’ probing of air space

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia accused NATO yesterday of destabilizing northern Europe and the Baltics by carrying out drills there and announced new military exercises of its own, increasing tension over the Ukraine crisis. NATO responded by blaming Moscow for instability in the region, while British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said he was...

    Kiev Authorities Say Over 700 Missing in War-Torn Eastern Ukraine
    Nov29

    Kiev Authorities Say Over 700 Missing in War-Torn Eastern Ukraine

    At least 700 persons have gone missing in the eastern Ukraine since the outbreak of armed conflict between pro-Russian separatists and government troops in April, Ukrainian authorities said on Friday. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

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