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    Journalist in Crimea charged with extremism
    Dec08

    Journalist in Crimea charged with extremism

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    Journalist in Crimea Charged With Extremism
    Dec08

    Journalist in Crimea Charged With Extremism

    The lawyer for a Crimean journalist says his client has been charged with extremism for allegedly undermining Russia’s territorial integrity, which could put him in prison for five years …read more Source: ABC...

    Ties between Russia and the Taliban worry Afghan, U.S. officials
    Dec08

    Ties between Russia and the Taliban worry Afghan, U.S. officials

    KABUL (Reuters) – Afghan and American officials are increasingly worried that any deepening of ties between Russia and Taliban militants fighting to topple the government in Kabul could complicate an already precarious security situation.Russian officials have denied they provide aid to the insurgents, who are contesting large swathes of...

    Zorya pitch is like a rock – Mourinho
    Dec08

    Zorya pitch is like a rock – Mourinho

    Jose Mourinho says Manchester United’s Europa League game at Zorya Luhansk tonight should have been played earlier in the competition because of a pitch now described as “like a rock”. The Red Devils have to avoid defeat in Ukraine to progress to the last 32. “The pitch is very hard, the pitch is very icy,” […] …read more Source: X...

    Ties between Russia and the Taliban worry Afghan, US officials
    Dec08

    Ties between Russia and the Taliban worry Afghan, US officials

    Afghan and American officials are increasingly worried that any deepening of ties between Russia and Taliban militants fighting to topple the government in Kabul could complicate an already precarious security situation. Russian officials have denied they provide aid to the insurgents, who are contesting large swathes of territory and inflicting...

    Putin will never restore Russia’s greatness
    Dec08

    Putin will never restore Russia’s greatness

    Twenty five years ago, on 8 December 1991, the leaders of Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine signed the Belavezha Accords, an agreement that dissolved the Soviet Union. Fewer than two weeks afterwards, leaders from all but one of the other Soviet states joined the Accords. Thus, the Cold War ended without so much as a shot being fired. A quarter of a...

    Turkmenistan holding international oil and gas forum
    Dec08

    Turkmenistan holding international oil and gas forum

    ASHGABAT (TCA) — The 21st International Forum “Oil and Gas of Turkmenistan 2016” is taking place in Ashgabat from December 7-9. The event was organized by the State Concern Turkmenneft (Turkmen Oil) and the Trade and Industrial Chamber of Turkmenistan, Turkmenistan: the Golden Age online newspaper reports.Some 60 companies from more than 20...

    'Tacit Consent' in Israeli-Russian Relations
    Dec08

    'Tacit Consent' in Israeli-Russian Relations

    One of the most interesting stories, if not the most puzzling, is the close understanding and amity between Jerusalem and Moscow. While the Russian Air Force pounds the civilian population in Aleppo on behalf of the Syrian dictator Bashar Assad and his Iranian allies, Russia is coordinating the moves of its Air Force in Syria with Israel’s...

    Syria, Ukraine to dominate OSCE agenda in Hamburg
    Dec08

    Syria, Ukraine to dominate OSCE agenda in Hamburg

    As Germany ends its year-long presidency of the OSCE, foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has called for Russia to cooperate. He has warned that the “question of war and peace” has returned to Europe …read more Source:...

    Syria, Ukraine to dominate OSCE agenda in Hamburg
    Dec08

    Syria, Ukraine to dominate OSCE agenda in Hamburg

    As Germany ends its year-long presidency of the OSCE, foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has called for Russia to cooperate. He has warned that the “question of war and peace” has returned to Europe …read more Source: Deutsche...