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    Kiev Condemns Mystery Torching of Major Russian-language TV Channel
    Sep05

    Kiev Condemns Mystery Torching of Major Russian-language TV Channel

    Ukraine’s president and opposition leaders have condemned an arson attack by mysterious assailants on one of the country’s largest Russian-language broadcasters. The Kiev office of Ukraine’s Inter TV channel, often described as the country’s most popular channel, was besieged by a group of individuals on Sunday, who set...

    Ukraine Finds 10 Million Rubles in Suspected Rebel Cash Delivery
    Sep05

    Ukraine Finds 10 Million Rubles in Suspected Rebel Cash Delivery

    Ukraine has arrested a man driving into territory held by pro-Russian separatists with thousands of U.S. dollars and millions of Russian rubles in cash, Ukraine’s defence forces announced on Facebook on Sunday. The man’s name was not given, however, the official press office of Ukraine’s forces, deployed near the rebel-held...

    Obama, Putin, agree to continue seeking deal on Syria
    Sep05

    Obama, Putin, agree to continue seeking deal on Syria

    Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, shakes hands with U.S. President Barack Obama in Hangzhou in eastern China’s Zhejiang province on Monday, September 5, 2016. Photo: AP HANGZHOU: President Barack Obama said Monday the US and Russia have not given up on negotiations that could stem the bloodshed in Syria, but acknowledged leaders are...

    Lithuania sends ammunition to Ukraine, disagrees with calls to lift sanctions
    Sep05

    Lithuania sends ammunition to Ukraine, disagrees with calls to lift sanctions

    Lithuania has announced that it has supplied combat ammunition to Ukraine and its top diplomat has dismissed calls to lift EU sanctions imposed on Russian officials and companies. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Obama, Putin agree to continue seeking deal on Syria
    Sep05

    Obama, Putin agree to continue seeking deal on Syria

    HANGZHOU, China — President Barack Obama said Monday the U.S. and Russia have not given up on negotiations that could stem the bloodshed in Syria, but acknowledged leaders are challenged by “gaps of trust” between the rival powers. Significant sticking points remain in the negotiations over a creation of an unlikely U.S.-Russian military...

    Russia launches major military drills set to rattle Kiev
    Sep05

    Russia launches major military drills set to rattle Kiev

    MOSCOW: Russia on Monday launched large-scale military drills on Ukraine’s eastern border and around the Crimean peninsula, in the latest exercises set to rattle Kiev and the West. The defence ministry said 12,500 servicemen are taking part in the drills across its southern military region, which encompasses Russia’s volatile North...

    Russian froces stage massive military drills around Crimea
    Sep05

    Russian froces stage massive military drills around Crimea

    Russia says 12,500 servicemen are taking part in the military drills around the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea. …read more Source:...

    Obama: ‘Gaps of trust’ preventing deal on Syria
    Sep05

    Obama: ‘Gaps of trust’ preventing deal on Syria

    U.S. President Barack Obama pauses during a press conference after the conclusion of the G-20 Summit in Hangzhou in eastern China’s Zhejiang Province, Monday, Sept. 5, 2016. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein) HANGZHOU, China – President Barack Obama said Monday the U.S. and Russia have not given up on negotiations that could stem the bloodshed in...

    Lviv remembers its Jewish past
    Sep05

    Lviv remembers its Jewish past

    Residents of the Ukrainian city of Lviv are learning about and coming to terms with one of their most painful chapters: the annihilation of their Jewish community during World War II. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Obama Calls For An ‘Increase In Urgency’ In Addressing Ukraine Conflict
    Sep05

    Obama Calls For An ‘Increase In Urgency’ In Addressing Ukraine Conflict

    U.S. President Barack Obama talked about the conflict in Ukraine with G20 leaders in Beijing, including Russian President Vladimir Putin. At a news conference, Obama said the discussions were “constructive but not conclusive.” (Reuters) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...