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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Hossein Entezami: Belarus plays a bigger role in the region
    Oct25

    Hossein Entezami: Belarus plays a bigger role in the region

    “We can say for sure that Belarus has played a huge role in the regulation of the Ukrainian crisis and has significantly enhanced its authority on the international arena,” he said. “At present your country has a strong influence on global processes.” …read more Source:...

    US to deploy 330 troops in Norway
    Oct25

    US to deploy 330 troops in Norway

    The United States will deploy over 300 troops in Norway, the Norwegian government announced Monday, in a move set to upset neighbouring Russia. The 330 Marines, to be stationed on rotation around 1.000 kilometres (600 miles) from the Russian border, will be engaged in training and manoeuvres in almost Arctic conditions, the Norwegian defence...

    Time to declare – Ukrainian anti-corruption reform faces threats
    Oct25

    Time to declare – Ukrainian anti-corruption reform faces threats

    The prime minister urged his cabinet colleagues to be brave enough to do it, saying it was like shutting one’s eyes before parachuting out of a plane. …read more Source: Channel...

    Time to declare – Ukrainian anti-corruption reform faces threats
    Oct25

    Time to declare – Ukrainian anti-corruption reform faces threats

    KIEV (Reuters) – The prime minister urged his cabinet colleagues to be brave enough to do it, saying it was like shutting one’s eyes before parachuting out of a plane. …read more Source: The...

    Time to Break Up With the Philippines
    Oct25

    Time to Break Up With the Philippines

    Alliances are transmission belts of war. So our Founding Fathers taught and the 20th century proved. When Britain, allied to France, declared war on Germany in 1914, America sat out, until our own ships were being sunk in 1917. When Britain, allied to France, declared war on Germany, September 3, 1939, we stayed out until Hitler declared war on...

    Astana Airport’s People Flow to Reach 7.7 Million per Year
    Oct25

    Astana Airport’s People Flow to Reach 7.7 Million per Year

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – First Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Askar Mamin recently inspected the progress of construction of the Astana International Airport, where he saw the course of construction of the new terminal and reconstruction of the runway, according to...

    Europhilia Doesn’t Mean Russophobia – Bulgaria’s Opposition Presidential Candidate
    Oct25

    Europhilia Doesn’t Mean Russophobia – Bulgaria’s Opposition Presidential Candidate

    Socialist-backed presidential candidate Rumen Radev has said Bulgaria “should not look on Russia as an enemy.” Radev, who is expected to face the candidate of ruling GERB party in a runoff following November 06’s presidential elections, has told Reuters he would pursue a balanced foreign policy, based on national interest while...

    Donbas calls on Kiev to begin direct talks
    Oct25

    Donbas calls on Kiev to begin direct talks

    Officials from the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics have held a press conference in Moscow. …read more Source:...

    Canada seeking to cooperate with Russia in the Arctic (AFP)
    Oct25

    Canada seeking to cooperate with Russia in the Arctic (AFP)

    Ottawa (AFP) – Despite tensions over conflicts in Syria and Ukraine, Russia and the West have maintained a strong working relationship in the Arctic and Canada’s new Liberal government is looking to further bolster that cooperation. …read more Source: The West...

    Obama’s Bet On Putin Has Collapsed
    Oct25

    Obama’s Bet On Putin Has Collapsed

    U.S. President Barack Obama told an interviewer recently that the humanitarian catastrophe in Syria “haunts me constantly” — and well it should. Hundreds of thousands dead, millions displaced, and still no end to the conflict is in sight. Even one year ago American military power still might have intervened decisively, without...