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    Poroshenko says Ukrainians at risk of losing faith in EU path
    Jan17

    Poroshenko says Ukrainians at risk of losing faith in EU path

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Monday Ukrainians risked becoming disillusioned with Ukraine’s pro-European path… …read more Source:...

    Poroshenko says Ukrainians at risk of losing faith in EU path
    Jan17

    Poroshenko says Ukrainians at risk of losing faith in EU path

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Monday Ukrainians risked becoming disillusioned with Ukraine’s pro-European path if there are further delays to plans to cement its closer integration with the European Union. …read more Source: The...

    Why Europe Is Worried About Donald Trump’s Latest Remarks
    Jan17

    Why Europe Is Worried About Donald Trump’s Latest Remarks

    President-elect Donald Trump hasn’t been shy about sharing his views about the world, in general, and Europe, in particular. He was criticized during the presidential campaign for questioning the value of NATO, praising the U.K.’s decision to leave the EU, and linking terrorist attacks to the million or so asylum-seekers who have...

    Before presidential run, Trump called Russia the ‘biggest problem’ and geopolitical foe of U.S.
    Jan17

    Before presidential run, Trump called Russia the ‘biggest problem’ and geopolitical foe of U.S.

    WASHINGTON — In a series of interviews in March of 2014, Donald Trump singled out Russia as the United States’ “biggest problem” and greatest geopolitical foe. Trump’s comments more than two years ago, which came in the wake of Russian incursions into Crimea, offer a sharp contrast to the Russia-friendly rhetoric he has employed since...

    Biden: Russia sanctions must stay in place
    Jan16

    Biden: Russia sanctions must stay in place

    On a last foreign trip before leaving office, Vice President Joe Biden on Monday met with Ukraine’s president and called on the impending Donald Trump administration to retain Ukraine-related sanctions against Russia.Watch the video above for… …read more Source: The...

    NATO without U.S. means Canada will have to do more, says committee chair
    Jan16

    NATO without U.S. means Canada will have to do more, says committee chair

    The head of the House of Commons foreign affairs committee says Canada will have to contribute more to NATO if the U.S. follows through on president-elect Donald Trump’s musings on withdrawing from the alliance. Liberal MP Bob Nault cautions that Canada and its NATO partners need to see how U.S. foreign policy formally takes shape after...

    Stars struggle at Oz Open
    Jan16

    Stars struggle at Oz Open

    MELBOURNE – World No. 1 Andy Murray was tested and Stan Wawrinka lost his cool as stars struggled on a hot first day at the Australian Open Monday. Roger Federer and Angelique Kerber, the defending women’s champion, both dropped sets on a day which threatened a host of upsets at Melbourne Park. In the event, fourth seed Simona Halep was the...

    Adriano: Russians sign Brazilian from Milan
    Jan16

    Adriano: Russians sign Brazilian from Milan

    No financial details of the deal were disclosed but Russian media reported a fee of one million euros ($1.06 million) for the 29-year-old striker. Russian Premier League table-toppers Spartak Moscow have signed Brazilian international forward Luiz Adriano from AC Milan, the Moscow club said on Monday.No financial details of the deal were...

    US President-elect Trump stirs concern among allies
    Jan16

    US President-elect Trump stirs concern among allies

    Frankfurt, Monday President-elect Donald Trump, in remarks likely to rattle US allies, described North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) as “obsolete” in an interview published in today editions of two European newspapers. He also hailed Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU) and backed a speedy trade deal with the United Kingdom...

    Heat is on as stars struggle at Aussie Open
    Jan16

    Heat is on as stars struggle at Aussie Open

    World number one Andy Murray was tested and Stan Wawrinka lost his cool as stars struggled on a hot first day at the Australian Open yesterday. Roger Federer and Angelique Kerber, the defending women’s champion, both dropped sets on a day which threatened a host of upsets at Melbourne Park. In the event, fourth seed Simona Halep was the...