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    Crimean Tatar Leader Heads List Of EU Sakharov Prize Candidates
    Oct11

    Crimean Tatar Leader Heads List Of EU Sakharov Prize Candidates

    BRUSSELS — Crimean leader Mustafa Dzhemilev, Yazidi activists Nadia Murad and Lamiya Aji Bashar, and Turkish journalist Can Dundar have been named as the final candidates for the 2016 Sakharov Prize …read more Source: Big News...

    Warming Russia-Turkey relations send a chill through Ukraine
    Oct11

    Warming Russia-Turkey relations send a chill through Ukraine

    A joint natural gas pipeline, announced Monday, would help Turkey become an energy hub and give Russia a way to cut out Ukraine from gas exports to the EU. …read more Source: Christian Science...

    EU less likely to lift sanctions on Russia after escalation in Syria
    Oct11

    EU less likely to lift sanctions on Russia after escalation in Syria

    The prospect of the EU easing sanctions on Russia over Ukraine are ‘practically nil,’ says one source …read more Source: The Globe and...

    Duterte warns vs ‘arrogant’ Putin, Xi
    Oct11

    Duterte warns vs ‘arrogant’ Putin, Xi

    President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday said he will not end military alliances with other countries but he warned against the “arrogance” of some of the world’s leaders. In his speech during an oath-taking ceremony in Malacañang, Duterte not only went after the United States, but also the leaders of China and Russia. “Alam mo, itong arrogance...

    Majority of Russians Oppose Immigration, Fearing Crime and Unemployment
    Oct11

    Majority of Russians Oppose Immigration, Fearing Crime and Unemployment

    The majority of Russians believe migration to their homeland should be curbed, while over a third believe that migrants should be segregated based on their nationality, according to a poll by independent Russian pollster Levada Center. According to the survey, 66 percent of Russians support reducing immigration into Russia, which, although high,...

    Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften stance on Russia
    Oct11

    Escalation in Syria means EU less likely to soften stance on Russia

    Outraged by Russia’s intensified air strikes on rebels in Syria, the European Union is now less likely to ease sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine, diplomats say, and some in the bloc are raising the prospect of more punitive steps against the Kremlin.While the EU says conflicts in Syria and Ukraine need to be kept separate, the latest...

    Putin shuns Paris visit after France offers talks only on Syria
    Oct11

    Putin shuns Paris visit after France offers talks only on Syria

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has canceled a visit to Paris next week after President Francois Hollande said he would see him only for talks on Syria – the latest episode in deteriorating relations between Moscow and the West.French officials have been grappling for ways to put new pressure on Russia after Moscow vetoed a French-drafted United...

    Putin cancels visit to Paris in Syria row
    Oct11

    Putin cancels visit to Paris in Syria row

    Putin had been due in Paris on October 19 to inaugurate a spiritual centre at a new Russian Orthodox church near the Eiffel Tower, but Hollande insisted his Russian counterpart also took part in talks with him about Syria © AFP / Ozan KoseParis, France, Oct 11 – Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday cancelled a visit to France in a furious...

    Delegations from 15 countries to attend business forum and exhibition in Gomel
    Oct11

    Delegations from 15 countries to attend business forum and exhibition in Gomel

    Among the participants of the Business Days in Gomel will be officials and businessmen from Russia, Ukraine, Latvia, Georgia, Slovenia, Italy, Croatia, Vietnam, Mongolia and other countries. …read more Source:...

    EU to Extend Russia Sanctions?
    Oct11

    EU to Extend Russia Sanctions?

    Late this summer, the general consensus was that EU leaders would have a difficult time pulling a sanctions extension on Russia together. But what a difference a few weeks makes! Reuters: While the EU says conflicts in Syria and Ukraine need to be kept separate, the latest military offensive by Damascus and its ally Moscow on rebel-held eastern...