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    Questions, concerns about Trump loom over Halifax defence meeting
    Nov19

    Questions, concerns about Trump loom over Halifax defence meeting

    Canada’s Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan speaks to reporters during the Halifax International Security Forum, in Halifax, N.S., on Friday, November 18, 2016. (Darren Calabrese/CP) Donald Trump’s shadow loomed large as defence ministers and senior military officers from various nations gathered in Halifax on Friday amid questions and...

    Obama, EU leaders agree to maintain sanctions on Russia
    Nov19

    Obama, EU leaders agree to maintain sanctions on Russia

    European leaders offer a show of solidarity with Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    Obama, EU leaders agree to keep sanctions against Russia over Ukraine conflict
    Nov19

    Obama, EU leaders agree to keep sanctions against Russia over Ukraine conflict

    The United States and five European Union (EU) countries expressed their support for continuing sanctions against Russia in connection with the Ukraine conflict, the Obama administration announced on Friday. …read more Source: <a href=http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2016-11/19/c_135841225.htm target=_blank title="Obama, EU leaders...

    Leaders mark Soviet dissolution, urge Ukraine dialogue
    Nov19

    Leaders mark Soviet dissolution, urge Ukraine dialogue

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Three former top Soviet officials on Friday marked the signing 25 years ago of the treaty that formally dissolved the Soviet Union, and they used the occasion to urge dialogue on the deadly separatist conflict in Ukraine. On Dec. 8, 1991, the leaders of the Soviet republics of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus signed a pact that broke...

    IMF Team: Ukraine Shows Signs Of Recovery, Progress Depends On Reforms
    Nov19

    IMF Team: Ukraine Shows Signs Of Recovery, Progress Depends On Reforms

    An International Monetary Fund (IMF) team visiting Ukraine on a fact-finding mission says the country’s economy is showing signs of recovery but the strength and durability of the recovery depend on progress in implementing reforms. Ron van Rooden, head of the IMF mission team that visited Kyiv from November 3-17, said Ukraine’s...

    Leaders mark Soviet dissolution, urge Ukraine dialogue
    Nov19

    Leaders mark Soviet dissolution, urge Ukraine dialogue

    Three former top Soviet officials on Friday marked the signing 25 years ago of the treaty that formally dissolved the Soviet Union, and they used the occasion to urge dialogue … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    The 15 best photos of the last seven days
    Nov19

    The 15 best photos of the last seven days

    An aerial picture taken near Saint-Denis de La Reunion on the French Indian ocean island of La Reunion, shows a landslide that occurred on the “Route du littoral”, one of the main roads on the island. (Richard Bouhet/AFP/Getty Images) DeMar DeRozan of the Toronto Raptors shoots the ball during Huskies night, honouring the local team from 1946-47,...

    European leaders, Obama vow to hold fast to NATO
    Nov19

    European leaders, Obama vow to hold fast to NATO

    BERLIN (AFP) – US President Barack Obama and top European leaders Friday warned Donald Trump to stick to a strong transatlantic partnership, urging ongoing NATO cooperation and pressure against Russia.Trumps shock election win has sparked fears of drastic policy upheavals as he has challenged a near 70-year-old security shield for US allies...

    Leaders mark Soviet dissolution, urge Ukraine dialogue
    Nov19

    Leaders mark Soviet dissolution, urge Ukraine dialogue

    WASHINGTON (AP) ” Three former top Soviet officials are marking the signing of a treaty 25 years ago that formally dissolved the Soviet Union and are urging dialogue on the deadly separatist conflict in Ukraine.In December 1991,… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    World › Obama, EU leaders agree to stick together, stay tough on Russia
    Nov19

    World › Obama, EU leaders agree to stick together, stay tough on Russia

    U.S. President Barack Obama and European leaders on Friday underscored the importance of working together in NATO and chided Russia for its bombing of Syria and failure to implement a Ukrainian peace accord. The White House statement followed a meeting at which Obama sought to reassure his counterparts from Germany,… …read more Source:...