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    Europe’s mood hardens on Russia sanctions despite pause in Aleppo bombings
    Oct20

    Europe’s mood hardens on Russia sanctions despite pause in Aleppo bombings

    European Union leaders condemned Russia on Thursday for its bombing of civilians in Syria’s besieged city of Aleppo and Britain, France and Germany backed a push to consider sanctions against Moscow if the atrocities continue. Arriving in Brussels after late-night talks on Wednesday in Berlin with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, French...

    Messi ruins Guardiola return, Bayern stop rot
    Oct20

    Messi ruins Guardiola return, Bayern stop rot

    Lionel Messi spoiled Pep Guardiola’s homecoming by scoring a hat-trick in Barcelona’s 4-0 win over 10-man Manchester City in the Champions League on Wednesday, while Bayern Munich shook off their recent patchy form to defeat PSV Eindhoven 4-1. Messi pounced on a Fernandinho slip to nudge Barca in front on 17 minutes, and the Argentine...

    Ukraine and Syria Are in U.S. Election Limbo
    Oct20

    Ukraine and Syria Are in U.S. Election Limbo

    European leaders are unable to negotiate on the hot spots without some decisions from Washington. …read more Source:...

    Donald Trump keeps falling for Vladimir Putin’s praise and propaganda, and it’s finally hurting his campaign
    Oct20

    Donald Trump keeps falling for Vladimir Putin’s praise and propaganda, and it’s finally hurting his campaign

    Vladimir Putin; Donald Trump (Credit: Reuters/RIA Novosti/Brendan McDermid/Photo montage by Salon) One of the most memorable moments of Wednesday’s presidential debate was when Hillary Clinton told Donald Trump that Putin preferred him because “he’d rather have a puppet as president of the United States.” Trump’s response was a...

    Editorial: Candidates must reveal strategy for Russia
    Oct20

    Editorial: Candidates must reveal strategy for Russia

    Whatever awaits voters come inauguration day, it’s now clear that one of the biggest foreign policy challenges facing the next president is what to do about Russia. Yet America’s plan for meeting that challenge is far from clear. President Barack Obama’s unwillingness to meaningfully challenge Russia has increased the risk of a...

    Russian leader backs armed OSCE mission in east Ukraine
    Oct20

    Russian leader backs armed OSCE mission in east Ukraine

    The Russian president supports the deployment of an armed monitoring mission to the conflict-torn areas in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Little optimism after Normandy format meeting
    Oct20

    Little optimism after Normandy format meeting

    Skepticism, renewed accusations and a little gloating. Reactions from Kyiv and Moscow after the Ukraine crisis meeting in Berlin offer little hope for a breakthrough. …read more Source:...

    Little optimism after Normandy format meeting
    Oct20

    Little optimism after Normandy format meeting

    Skepticism, renewed accusations and a little gloating. Reactions from Kyiv and Moscow after the Ukraine crisis meeting in Berlin offer little hope for a breakthrough. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin backs armed OSCE mission to east Ukraine: Kremlin
    Oct20

    Putin backs armed OSCE mission to east Ukraine: Kremlin

    MOSCOW (AFP) – President Vladimir Putin backs an armed OSCE mission to war-torn eastern Ukraine, the Kremlin said Thursday, in spite of objections by pro-Moscow rebels.Putin agreed to the deployment of such a mission during the talks, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters, referring to Wednesdays four-way talks on the conflict with...

    In Ukraine Peace Talks, “Road Map” But No Breakthrough
    Oct20

    In Ukraine Peace Talks, “Road Map” But No Breakthrough

    The leaders of Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France met in Berlin this week to discuss a “road map” for implementing their beleaguered peace plan in eastern Ukraine. FT reports: Ms Merkel said the main progress at the meeting was to agree on a road map — to be completed by foreign ministers in November — that would contain sequencing details not...