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    The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: You’re Pardoned
    Nov22

    The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: You’re Pardoned

    Today in 5 LinesPresident Trump pardoned a pair of turkeys as part of the annual Thanksgiving tradition. Asked about whether he supports Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, Trump told reporters voters shouldn’t support Moore’s “liberal” rival, adding that Moore denies the sexual-misconduct allegations against him. The Federal...

    Poland ‘not in dispute’ with Ukraine, continues to support neighbour’s EU bid: FM
    Nov22

    Poland ‘not in dispute’ with Ukraine, continues to support neighbour’s EU bid: FM

    Poland is “not in dispute” with Ukraine and continues to support the “European ambitions” of its eastern neighbour, Poland’s foreign minister said on Tuesday. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Trump and Putin discuss Syria, North Korea in phone call
    Nov22

    Trump and Putin discuss Syria, North Korea in phone call

    U.S. President Donald Trump and Russia’s Vladimir Putin discussed efforts to bring peace to war-torn Syria during an hour-plus phone call on Tuesday. Iran, North Korea and Ukraine also were on the agenda, the White House said. …read more Source: CTV...

    Trump, Putin Agree to Support UN in Syrian Peace Process
    Nov22

    Trump, Putin Agree to Support UN in Syrian Peace Process

    U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed Tuesday to support the U.N. effort to “peacefully resolve” the nearly seven-year-long Syrian civil war. The White House said the two leaders talked for more than an hour and stressed the importance of ending the humanitarian crisis in which millions of Syrians...

    Most Ukrainian ‘first resident permit’ holders went to Poland for work: Eurostat
    Nov22

    Most Ukrainian ‘first resident permit’ holders went to Poland for work: Eurostat

    The largest group of non-EU nationals to arrive in the bloc on so-called first residence permits last year came from Ukraine, and most of them went to Poland for work, the European Statistics Office Eurostat has said. …read more Source: Polskie...

    Why Stalin Starved Ukraine
    Nov22

    Why Stalin Starved Ukraine

    History is a battleground, perennially fought over, endlessly contested. Nowhere does this aphorism hold true more than in Russia. A majority of Russians recently voted Joseph Stalin the “most outstanding person” in world history (followed, naturally, by current President Vladimir Putin). No longer the monster of the gulags and purges that killed...

    Czech Republic urges EU, Russia to end sanctions
    Nov22

    Czech Republic urges EU, Russia to end sanctions

    Czech President Milos Zeman on Tuesday called for an end to EU sanctions against Russia imposed over the Ukraine crisis, as well as the retaliatory measures introduced by Moscow. …read more Source: Iran...

    Masked, Gun-Toting Troops Hit Streets Of Ukraine’s Separatist-Held Luhansk
    Nov22

    Masked, Gun-Toting Troops Hit Streets Of Ukraine’s Separatist-Held Luhansk

    Armed men in unmarked uniforms took up positions in the center of Luhansk on November 21 in what appeared to be a move in a power struggle among the Russia-backed separatists who control the city in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Rebel infighting sparks fears in east Ukraine
    Nov21

    Rebel infighting sparks fears in east Ukraine

    DONETSK, Ukraine: Armed men in military fatigues without insignia on Tuesday patrolled streets in the rebel stronghold of Lugansk in eastern Ukraine amid a spike in infighting between rebel factions. Men wearing balaclavas blocked access to several administrative buildings in the city, controlled by separatists, and defied the self-proclaimed...

    Most Ukrainian ‘first resident permit’ holders went to Poland for work: Eurostat

    The largest group of non-EU nationals to arrive in the bloc on so-called first residence permits last year came from Ukraine, and most of them went to Poland for work, the European Statistics Office Eurostat has said. …read more Source: Polskie...