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    Hundreds come to bid farewell to slain journalist in Ukraine
    Jul22

    Hundreds come to bid farewell to slain journalist in Ukraine

    MOSCOW (AP) — Hundreds of local residents and journalists have come to pay their respects to a prominent journalist who died in a car bombing in… …read more Source:...

    Europe must remain firm on sanctions against Russia
    Jul22

    Europe must remain firm on sanctions against Russia

    How quickly many European countries have forgotten what Russia has done to Ukraine – and they could be next. …read more Source: AL...

    News24.com | Report suggests torture widespread in war-torn Ukraine
    Jul22

    News24.com | Report suggests torture widespread in war-torn Ukraine

    A new report suggests the detention and torture of civilians has become common in Ukraine torn by a separatist war in the east. …read more Source:...

    EU enlargement fatigue dampens Ukrainian hopes of membership
    Jul22

    EU enlargement fatigue dampens Ukrainian hopes of membership

    There is strong pro-European fervour in Ukraine but also a sober assessment of the medium-term chances of joining blocJohannes Hahn’s job title sounds a little incongruous these days: he’s the EU commissioner for European neighbourhood policy and enlargement negotiations. The job title was created in the late 1990s during a period of...

    ‘Never write off Saudi Arabia’
    Jul22

    ‘Never write off Saudi Arabia’

    The Saudis put on a diplomatic charm offensive in the EU capital this week designed to highlight looming changes in the ultra-conservative Gulf Kingdom. The man who delivered the message was the foreign minister, Adel al-Jubeir, a member of the younger, Western-educated generation of Saudi Arabian leaders that have taken seats in King...

    Putin Puts the Brakes on Sechin
    Jul22

    Putin Puts the Brakes on Sechin

    With the privatization of several state-owned assets looming, Russian President Vladimir Putin forbade the sale of the Bashneft Oil Company (which was de facto recently expropriated from Russian tycoon Vladimir Evtushenkov), to Rosneft. The Russian President’s explicit order was confirmed by official representative of the first deputy Prime...

    In a shift, Republican platform doesn’t call for arming Ukraine against Russia, spurring outrage
    Jul22

    In a shift, Republican platform doesn’t call for arming Ukraine against Russia, spurring outrage

    For decades, Republican doctrine has viewed Russia as a power to mistrust. But in Donald Trump’s GOP, Moscow’s sins seem to matter less. The platform written at the GOP convention in Cleveland this week eliminated references to arming Ukraine in its fight with Russia, which seized the Crimean Peninsula… …read more Source:...

    In a shift, Republican platform doesn’t call for arming Ukraine against Russia, spurring outrage
    Jul22

    In a shift, Republican platform doesn’t call for arming Ukraine against Russia, spurring outrage

    For decades, Republican doctrine has viewed Russia as a power to mistrust. But in Donald Trump’s GOP, Moscow’s sins seem to matter less. The platform written at the GOP convention in Cleveland this week eliminated references to arming Ukraine in its fight with Russia, which seized the Crimean Peninsula… …read more Source:...

    Trump’s NATO comments ‘unprecedented’
    Jul22

    Trump’s NATO comments ‘unprecedented’

    WASHINGTON — When President Barack Obama attended a NATO summit in Warsaw earlier this month, he had one core goal: to reassure jittery members of the 67-year Alliance that the U.S. would defend them against Russian aggression. “As treaty allies, we have a solemn, binding Article 5 duty to defend each other. And in this obligation, we will never...

    Trump’s NATO comments ‘unprecedented’
    Jul22

    Trump’s NATO comments ‘unprecedented’

    When President Barack Obama attended a NATO summit in Warsaw earlier this month, he had one core goal: to reassure jittery members of the 67-year alliance that the U.S. would defend them against Russian aggression.“As treaty allies, we have a solemn, binding Article 5 duty to defend each other. And in this obligation, we will never waver,”...