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    The Latest: Muguruza loses 1st set to Slovak qualifier
    Jun30

    The Latest: Muguruza loses 1st set to Slovak qualifier

    LONDON (AP) — The Latest on Wimbledon (all times local): 5:05 p.m. French Open champion Garbine Muguruza is in trouble in her second-round match against Jana Cepelova, a Slovakian qualifier ranked No. 124. The second-seeded Spaniard, who lost to Serena Williams in last year’s final, dropped the first set 6-3 and was down 0-3 in the second....

    Why Russia-Turkey Rapprochement Could Cripple Crimea’s Tourism Industry As Erdogan And Putin Kiss And Make Up
    Jun30

    Why Russia-Turkey Rapprochement Could Cripple Crimea’s Tourism Industry As Erdogan And Putin Kiss And Make Up

    MOSCOW — Tourist resorts in southern Russia fear a reset in relations between Moscow and Ankara could lead to a drop in visitor numbers as sun-seeking Russian vacationers return to Turkish beaches for the tail-end of the 2016 summer season. …read more Source: International Business...

    Putin to visit Finland amid tensions in Baltic Sea region
    Jun30

    Putin to visit Finland amid tensions in Baltic Sea region

    HELSINKI (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Finland on Friday is expected to focus on cementing ties with its neighboring Western country amid heightened tensions in the region over sanctions and the Ukraine crisis. Putin’s trip to the small Nordic country — his first since the Ukraine crisis erupted in 2014 — comes as...

    Putin to Visit Finland Amid Tensions in Baltic Sea Region
    Jun30

    Putin to Visit Finland Amid Tensions in Baltic Sea Region

    Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Finland on Friday is expected to focus on cementing ties with its neighboring Western country amid heightened tensions in the region over sanctions and the Ukraine crisis …read more Source: ABC...

    Putin to visit Finland amid tensions in Baltic Sea region
    Jun30

    Putin to visit Finland amid tensions in Baltic Sea region

    Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Finland on Friday is expected to focus on cementing ties with its neighboring Western country amid heightened tensions in the region over sanctions and the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: FOX...

    Putin to visit Finland amid tensions in Baltic Sea region
    Jun30

    Putin to visit Finland amid tensions in Baltic Sea region

    Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Finland on Friday is expected to focus on cementing ties with its neighboring Western country amid heightened tensions in the region over sanctions and the Ukraine crisis. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Putin to visit Finland amid tensions in Baltic Sea region
    Jun30

    Putin to visit Finland amid tensions in Baltic Sea region

    Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Finland on Friday is expected to focus on cementing ties with its neighboring Western country amid heightened tensions in the region over sanctions and the Ukraine crisis. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    UNHCR: Only 1% of displaced from Ukraine apply for subsidiary protection in Belarus
    Jun30

    UNHCR: Only 1% of displaced from Ukraine apply for subsidiary protection in Belarus

    Since the beginning of the crisis in Ukraine in 2014 about 160,000 people came to Belarus. Since then around 1,600 people or 1% have applied to the UNHCR Office for subsidiary protection. …read more Source:...

    Russia agrees to talks with NATO after Warsaw
    Jun30

    Russia agrees to talks with NATO after Warsaw

    Moscow has agreed to a Russia-NATO council after the alliance’s summit in Warsaw next month, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said on June 29, as both sides seek to defuse military tensions exacerbated by the Ukraine crisis …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Trip-wire deterrence
    Jun30

    Trip-wire deterrence

    Feeling lucky, Putin? A LOT of work goes into preparing for NATO’s biennial summits. So the hope is that next week’s summit in Warsaw is not dominated by Brexit. Nobody will be keener than David Cameron, Britain’s soon-to-be-ex-prime minister, to present a picture of business as usual for the 28-member alliance. And there is...