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    [Ticker] Report: German and Greek ships flout EU sanctions on Crimea
    Sep02

    [Ticker] Report: German and Greek ships flout EU sanctions on Crimea

    EU states’ ships are flouting the bloc’s embargo on doing business with Ukraine’s Russia-annexed Crimea, according to a new report by the OCCRP, a club of investigative reporters in eastern Europe. “Over the past two years, 24 vessels bearing EU countries’ flags, 43 vessels registered in the EU and 22 vessels owned by EU...

    Putin Says He Doesn’t Know Who Hacked The DNC’s Emails
    Sep02

    Putin Says He Doesn’t Know Who Hacked The DNC’s Emails

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin said he did not know who was behind the hacking of U.S. Democratic Party organizations but it was important the information had been made public, Bloomberg news agency reported on Friday.In an interview two days before a G20 meeting in China with U.S. President Barack Obama and other world...

    I have no idea who hacked US Democratic Party: Putin
    Sep02

    I have no idea who hacked US Democratic Party: Putin

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said he did not know who was behind the hacking of U.S. Democratic Party organizations but it was important the information had been made public, Bloomberg news agency reported on Friday.In an interview two days before a G20 meeting in China with U.S. President Barack Obama and other world leaders, Putin said it...

    Putin says keen to solve Japan island row
    Sep02

    Putin says keen to solve Japan island row

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is visiting Russia for the second time this year. AFP File Photo VLADIVOSTOK: Russian President Vladimir Putin said Moscow was keen to resolve a territorial dispute with Japan ahead of talks Friday with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, although a solution appears far off. Tokyo-Moscow relations are hamstrung by a row...

    After increase in violence in Ukraine, truce starts and ends
    Sep02

    After increase in violence in Ukraine, truce starts and ends

    Ukrainian Anti-Terrorist Operation headquarters reported that a truce had been holding on September 1 but attacks have later resumed. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Bulgaria MPs See Syria Crisis, Migrants as Top Threats to National Security
    Sep02

    Bulgaria MPs See Syria Crisis, Migrants as Top Threats to National Security

    Bulgaria’s Parliament on Thursday approved the yearly report on the state of national security for 2015, highlighting the conflict in Syria and the migrant crisis. The documents says terrorist and unconventional threats to Bulgaria have been rising throughout the year. Challenges to Bulgaria’s national security stem mainly from the...

    OSCE members lack common goals: Rinkēvičs
    Sep02

    OSCE members lack common goals: Rinkēvičs

    Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs on Thursday took part in an informal meeting of foreign ministers from the participating States of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Potsdam. In his statement to the meeting, the Latvian Foreign Minister emphasized that the primary criterion for the effectiveness of the...

    Japan’s Shinzo Abe in Russia to warm ties with Vladimir Putin
    Sep02

    Japan’s Shinzo Abe in Russia to warm ties with Vladimir Putin

    Vladivostok, Sep 2 : Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is set to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Russia’s far east today as the countries step up efforts to boost trade ties and resolve a lingering territorial dispute. Tokyo-Moscow relations are hamstrung by a row dating back to the end of World War II when Soviet troops seized...

    Japan’s Abe in Russia to warm ties with Putin
    Sep02

    Japan’s Abe in Russia to warm ties with Putin

    VLADIVOSTOK, Russia: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is set to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Russia’s far east on Friday as the countries step up efforts to boost trade ties and resolve a lingering territorial dispute. Tokyo-Moscow relations are hamstrung by a row dating back to the end of World War II when Soviet troops...

    Bulgaria MPs See Syria Crisis, Migrants as Threat to National Security
    Sep02

    Bulgaria MPs See Syria Crisis, Migrants as Threat to National Security

    Bulgaria’s Parliament on Thursday approved the yearly report on the state of national security for 2015, highlighting the conflict in Syria and the migrant crisis. The documents says terrorist and unconventional threats to Bulgaria have been rising throughout the year. Challenges to Bulgaria’s national security stem mainly from the...