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    Signatures that triggered Dutch referendum were not verified: minister
    Feb09

    Signatures that triggered Dutch referendum were not verified: minister

    The Dutch government cannot guarantee the authenticity of more than 400,000 signatures on a petition that triggered a referendum on an EU-Ukraine deal, local media reported Thursday. “It cannot be established with certainty that the requests [signatures] have been submitted by several individuals,” Interior Minister Ronald Plasterk said in...

    NATO Allies Lock In U.S. Support For Stand-Off With Russia
    Feb09

    NATO Allies Lock In U.S. Support For Stand-Off With Russia

    Immediately after Donald Trump was elected, U.S. diplomats urged Lithuania to rush through an agreement to keep American troops on its soil, reflecting alarm that the new, Russia-friendly U.S. president might try to stop more deployments in Europe.The agreement was signed just a few days before Trump’s inauguration, according to a document...

    Trump to attend NATO summit in unfinished HQ: sources
    Feb09

    Trump to attend NATO summit in unfinished HQ: sources

    BRUSSELS: NATO will host a summit of leaders including US President Donald Trump in May at its new Brussels headquarters, even though it will not be ready by then, sources said Thursday. Security and IT systems at the $1.2-billion headquarters in the Belgian capital are behind schedule and so the transatlantic military alliance will only properly...

    Russia will continue to follow Lapshin’s fate: Maria Zakharova
    Feb09

    Russia will continue to follow Lapshin’s fate: Maria Zakharova

    Photo: TASS Russia continues to follow he fate of blogger Alexander Lapshin extradited to Azerbaijan, Spokesperson for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Maria Zakharova told reporters today. “We’ll keep following the fate of the Russian citizen,” Zakaharoca said, reminding that the Foreign Ministry had earlier expressed its stance on...

    Date reavealed for visa-free entry to EU for Ukrainians and Georgians
    Feb09

    Date reavealed for visa-free entry to EU for Ukrainians and Georgians

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    NATO allies lock in U.S. support for stand-off with Russia
    Feb09

    NATO allies lock in U.S. support for stand-off with Russia

    Immediately after Donald Trump was elected, U.S. diplomats urged Lithuania to rush through an agreement to keep American troops on its soil, reflecting alarm that the new, Russia-friendly U.S. president might try to stop more deployments in Europe. The agreement was signed just a few days before Trump’s inauguration, according to a document...

    Signatures that triggered EU-Ukraine referendum not vetted – Dutch government
    Feb09

    Signatures that triggered EU-Ukraine referendum not vetted – Dutch government

    The authenticity of more than 400,000 signatures gathered by activists in the Netherlands to trigger last year’s referendum on the European Union treaty with Ukraine was never verified, it emerged on Thursday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Signatures that triggered EU-Ukraine referendum not vetted – Dutch government
    Feb09

    Signatures that triggered EU-Ukraine referendum not vetted – Dutch government

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The authenticity of more than 400,000 signatures gathered by activists in the Netherlands to trigger last year’s referendum on the European Union treaty with Ukraine was never verified, it emerged on Thursday. …read more Source: The...

    SitRep: Bannonism: Chaos, or Part of a Plan?; Russia Bristles at NATO Deployments; Moscow’s New Syria Buildup; The Battle for Raqqa; New Iranian Missile Test; Rebel Leaders in Ukraine Ending Up Dead
    Feb09

    SitRep: Bannonism: Chaos, or Part of a Plan?; Russia Bristles at NATO Deployments; Moscow’s New Syria Buildup; The Battle for Raqqa; New Iranian Missile Test; Rebel Leaders in Ukraine Ending Up Dead

    By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Bannonism. The first several weeks of the Trump administration have been intense, controversial, chaotic, and often confused. But that might very well be by design. The president’s chief advisor, Steve Bannon, has long espoused a Leninist philosophy that aims to bring the institutions of the state crashing...

    Signatures that triggered EU-Ukraine referendum not vetted: Dutch govt
    Feb09

    Signatures that triggered EU-Ukraine referendum not vetted: Dutch govt

    The authenticity of more than 400,000 signatures gathered by activists in the Netherlands to trigger last year’s referendum on the European Union treaty with Ukraine was never verified, it emerged Thursday …read more Source: The Daily...