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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Taxis!
    Apr10

    Taxis!

    We’ve been telling you for years that Michael Cohen’s business history couldn’t survive first contact with serious investigative scrutiny. He’s been tied his entire life to emigres from Russia and Ukraine; he’s been their business partners, and they’ve been the source of rivers of money from that part of the...

    Merkel tells Putin not to exclude Ukraine from gas pipeline route
    Apr10

    Merkel tells Putin not to exclude Ukraine from gas pipeline route

    German chancellor says Nord Stream 2 project is not possible without clarity on Ukraine’s roleAngela Merkel has intervened in a row over a gas pipeline due to run from Russia to Germany, telling Vladimir Putin he cannot exclude Ukraine from the transit route.The German chancellor has set herself up for a confrontation with the Russian...

    One paragraph that explains just how bad Trumpworld’s legal trouble has gotten
    Apr10

    One paragraph that explains just how bad Trumpworld’s legal trouble has gotten

    A increasing number of Trump’s closest associates are under serious investigation by the FBI. Some have already pleaded guilty. A single paragraph from a New York Times story published on Monday night managed to illustrate just how much legal trouble the President of the United States, his family, and some of his closest associates have...

    FBI raid of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s room is just one of many scandals at the Regency Hotel
    Apr10

    FBI raid of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s room is just one of many scandals at the Regency Hotel

    It’s a funny little coincidence that when federal agents were raiding multiple locations linked to Donald Trump’s longterm lawyer, Michael Cohen, a scrum of reporters were already waiting outside one of the search sites, New York’s Loews Regency Hotel. But they apparently missed the main event. The reporters were looking for...

    Poland demands Russia return 2010 presidential jet wreckage
    Apr10

    Poland demands Russia return 2010 presidential jet wreckage

    WARSAW: Poland’s President Andrzej Duda on Tuesday demanded that Russia hand over the wreckage of a 2010 presidential plane crash that has stoked friction with Moscow and divisions at home as Warsaw marked eight years since the disaster. President Lech Kaczynski and his wife Maria were among the 96 people who died in the crash in Smolensk,...

    Merkel says no Nord Stream 2 without clarifying Ukraine’s transit role
    Apr10

    Merkel says no Nord Stream 2 without clarifying Ukraine’s transit role

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said today that the Nord Stream 2 pipeline cannot go ahead if Ukraine loses its importance as a transit country for gas to Europe. “I made very clear that a Nord Stream 2 project is not possible without clarity on the future transit role of Ukraine,” she told a joint news conference in Berlin with Ukrainian...

    The past 24 hours of dangerous Trump-Russia news, explained
    Apr10

    The past 24 hours of dangerous Trump-Russia news, explained

    The Mueller investigation just got red-hot. The FBI raided the office and hotel room of President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer on Monday as part of a fraud and campaign finance investigation. Hours later, Trump called the raid an “attack on our country” and speculated that “we’ll see what happens” when asked if he planned to fire...

    Mueller probing $150K donation to Trump from Ukrainian billionaire who gave millions to Clintons
    Apr10

    Mueller probing $150K donation to Trump from Ukrainian billionaire who gave millions to Clintons

    FBI special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly investigating a $150,000 payment from a Ukrainian billionaire to President Donald Trump’s foundation in 2015, according to the New York Times. That same Ukrainian man, steel magnate Victor Pinchuk, has donated millions of dollars to Bill and Hillary Clinton’s foundation over the years....

    Merkel warns Nord Stream 2 must protect Ukraine role
    Apr10

    Merkel warns Nord Stream 2 must protect Ukraine role

    Remarks suggest a hardening of German position to €9.5bn infrastructure project …read more Source: Financial...

    Rio Tinto Aluminum CEO hopes ‘common sense’ will prevail on trade actions
    Apr10

    Rio Tinto Aluminum CEO hopes ‘common sense’ will prevail on trade actions

    MONTREAL — The head of Rio Tinto’s aluminum division says he expects “common sense” will prevail regarding Canada’s tariff exemption by the U.S. and a potential trade battle with China. Alf Barrios says he hopes the U.S. administration will not end the steel and aluminum tariff exemption for Canada that is set to expire...