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    US election: Applause in Moscow, concern in Kyiv
    Nov09

    US election: Applause in Moscow, concern in Kyiv

    Donald Trump’s surprising victory in the US presidential election has unleashed unusually joyful reactions in Russia. Ukraine, on the other hand, is concerned that relations may suffer. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    What happened to the rest of the world while America voted
    Nov09

    What happened to the rest of the world while America voted

    While the entire world may have seemed to stand still as Donald Trump claimed the most unlikely of victories to become the 45th president-elect of the United States, it didn’t. Here’s a few things that happened while the world turned its attention to Trump. ISIS human shields In Iraq, Islamic State militants are forcing 1,500 Iraqi...

    Trump victory stirs Brexit bad memories in Europe
    Nov09

    Trump victory stirs Brexit bad memories in Europe

    DUBLIN // In a shock result reminiscent of the Brexit referendum in June, Europe awoke on Wednesday morning to find Donald Trump within striking distance of victory in the US presidential election.Opinion polls leading up to the election had been assured of a win for the Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton. If anything, the widespread...

    Ukraine hopes for US support under Donald Trump
    Nov09

    Ukraine hopes for US support under Donald Trump

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko -AFP photo KIEV: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko congratulated US president-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday, expressing hoping that Washington will maintain its support for Kiev after he moves to the White House. “I sincerely congratulate Donald Trump on his election as president of the United States,”...

    Russia Congratulates Trump, Hopes for Better Relations
    Nov09

    Russia Congratulates Trump, Hopes for Better Relations

    Russia warmly welcomed the presidential election victory of Donald Trump with officials, analysts, and ordinary citizens cautiously hoping it could turn a new page in relations between Russia and the United States. Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated Trump on his win, saying he hoped to work together with the next American president to...

    Trump presidency may improve US-Russia ties: Gorbachev
    Nov09

    Trump presidency may improve US-Russia ties: Gorbachev

    Ex-Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1990 -AFP photo MOSCOW: Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election could help to improve the US-Russian relations, which are at the lowest point since the Cold War, the last Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev said on Wednesday. “I do not rule out that, under...

    Contact group on Ukraine to reconvene in Minsk on 23 November
    Nov09

    Contact group on Ukraine to reconvene in Minsk on 23 November

    Martin Sajdik said that participants of the negotiations held on 9 November underlined the need to fully implement the decision on withdrawing heavy weapon systems and clearing the mines. As far as security is concerned, tensions along the contact line are on the rise. …read more Source:...

    Climate improvement in Minsk talks on Ukraine
    Nov09

    Climate improvement in Minsk talks on Ukraine

    “I am glad to state that the climate during discussions about all the humanitarian affairs has improved noticeably. This is why I hope for progress in this sphere soon,” said Martin Sajdik. …read more Source:...

    Hackers claim Surkov emails show ‘Russian plan’ to destabilize Ukraine
    Nov09

    Hackers claim Surkov emails show ‘Russian plan’ to destabilize Ukraine

    The news that presidential aide Vladislav Surkovs emails have been hacked has created quite a stir both in Russia and Ukraine. Among other things, the hacked emails allegedly contained a plan aimed a …read more Source: Big News...

    Markets Right Now: Russia Rises Amid Hope for Sanctions End
    Nov09

    Markets Right Now: Russia Rises Amid Hope for Sanctions End

    Russia’s main share index closed up 2.2 percent, leading emerging markets, amid speculation that Donald Trump’s election as U.S. president could spell an eventual end to sanctions imposed over the Ukraine crisis …read more Source: ABC...