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    EU officials see sanctions against Russia over Ukraine continuing
    Oct10

    EU officials see sanctions against Russia over Ukraine continuing

    BERLIN (Reuters) – European Parliament President Martin Schulz on Monday said it was important to remain in dialogue with Russia and not dismiss it as a pariah, but also to maintain pressure on Moscow over its actions in eastern Ukraine and Syria. …read more Source: The...

    EU officials see sanctions against Russia over Ukraine continuing
    Oct10

    EU officials see sanctions against Russia over Ukraine continuing

    European Parliament President Martin Schulz on Monday said it was important to remain in dialogue with Russia and not dismiss it as a pariah, but also to maintain pressure on Moscow over its actions in eastern Ukraine and Syria. …read more Source: Channel...

    EU officials see sanctions against Russia over Ukraine continuing
    Oct10

    EU officials see sanctions against Russia over Ukraine continuing

    BERLIN (Reuters) – European Parliament President Martin Schulz on Monday said it was important to remain in dialogue with Russia and not dismiss it as a pariah, but also to maintain pressure on Moscow over its actions in eastern Ukraine and Syria. …read more Source:...

    Hollande uncertain on Putin visit after Aleppo veto
    Oct10

    Hollande uncertain on Putin visit after Aleppo veto

    French President Francois Hollande has not yet decided whether to meet Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Paris next week, after the Kremlin blocked a UN bid to end the bombing of Aleppo, Paris said Monday. Putin is due in Paris on October 19 to inaugurate a new Orthodox church near the Eiffel Tower in a visit that is fast turning into a diplomatic...

    European Union to gift vehicles, equipment to Belarusian border guard unit
    Oct10

    European Union to gift vehicles, equipment to Belarusian border guard unit

    The equipment and vehicles will be handed over as part of the international technical aid project implemented by the International Organization for Migration and financed by the European Union for the sake of improving the security of the green and water border between Belarus and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    The Latest: Slovak president: EU obligated to take migrants
    Oct10

    The Latest: Slovak president: EU obligated to take migrants

    PARIS (AP) — The Latest on the influx of asylum seekers and migrants in Europe (all times local): 6:10 p.m. Slovakia’s president says he believes a proposal by some European Union members to receive migrants on a voluntary basis is a “dead policy,” saying EU members have a “moral obligation” to accept refugees. Andrej Kiska also said the...

    Russia Moves Nuclear-Capable Missiles to Kaliningrad, Alarming Neighbors
    Oct10

    Russia Moves Nuclear-Capable Missiles to Kaliningrad, Alarming Neighbors

    Russia has confirmed the deployment of Iskander missiles, capable of nuclear strikes, at its Kaliningrad outpost near the borders of Poland and Lithuania. Lithuania, Estonia, and Poland—all NATO members—have expressed concerns over the missiles’ deployment in the region. But the Kremlin has downplayed the significance of moving the Iskander...

    How Vladimir Putin is being outfoxed by a Chechen warlord
    Oct10

    How Vladimir Putin is being outfoxed by a Chechen warlord

    Ramzan Kadyrov, the 39-year-old leader of the Russian republic of Chechnya — and a man whose idea of expressing disapproval of a minister is to pummel him in a boxing ring — is looking for a new assistant. True to his flamboyant style, he will recruit one through an Apprentice-style reality TV show. Behind Kadyrov’s thuggish and...

    Russia to Build Permanent Syrian Naval Base, Eyes Other Outposts
    Oct10

    Russia to Build Permanent Syrian Naval Base, Eyes Other Outposts

    By Andrew Osborn MOSCOW (Reuters)–Russia will create a permanent naval base in Syria to expand its military footprint in its closest Middle East ally, a government official said on Monday, a week after Moscow said it was considering reopening Soviet-era bases in Vietnam and Cuba. The move, announced by Russian Deputy Defense Minister Nikolai...

    Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev says world at ‘dangerous’ point as US-Russia tensions soar
    Oct10

    Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev says world at ‘dangerous’ point as US-Russia tensions soar

    Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev has warned that the world had reached a “dangerous point” as tensions between Russia and the United States have spiked over the Syria conflict. Relations between Moscow and Washington – already at their lowest since the cold war over the Ukraine conflict – have soured further in recent days as the United...