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    Russia rehearses swiftly moving military hardware to Crimea
    Aug19

    Russia rehearses swiftly moving military hardware to Crimea

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian naval and land forces have practiced swiftly moving military hardware and troops to annexed Crimea as part of a logistics exercise which foreshadows much larger war games there next month, the Russian Defence Ministry said. …read more Source:...

    Russia marks 25th years since failed Soviet coup
    Aug19

    Russia marks 25th years since failed Soviet coup

    MOSCOW (AP) — Few Russians are marking Friday’s 25th anniversary of a coup attempt which heralded the demise of the Soviet Union, a holiday ignored in official circles because of its revolutionary, anti-establishment nature. On Aug. 19, 1991, eight hard-line Communist leaders seized power from Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, declaring...

    Russia’s Putin blames Ukraine for sabotaging peace accords
    Aug19

    Russia’s Putin blames Ukraine for sabotaging peace accords

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing the Ukrainian government of sabotaging peace accords for the country’s east during a visit to Crimea, the Ukrainian peninsula Russia annexed in 2014. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Russia’s Putin blames Ukraine for sabotaging peace accords
    Aug19

    Russia’s Putin blames Ukraine for sabotaging peace accords

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing the Ukrainian government of sabotaging peace accords for the country’s east during a visit to Crimea, the Ukrainian peninsula Russia annexed in 2014. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Putin says hopes Ukraine sees common sense in diplomatic crisis
    Aug19

    Putin says hopes Ukraine sees common sense in diplomatic crisis

    Vladimir-Putin.– Reuters photo Russian president Vladimir Putin flew into annexed Crimea on Friday and said he hoped Ukraine would see common sense when it came to resolving a diplomatic crisis with Russia sparked by allegations of a terror plot on the peninsula. Moscow has accused Kiev of sending saboteurs into Crimea, which Russia annexed in...

    Russia’s Putin Blames Ukraine for Sabotaging Peace Accords
    Aug19

    Russia’s Putin Blames Ukraine for Sabotaging Peace Accords

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing the Ukrainian government of sabotaging peace accords for the country’s east during a visit to Crimea, the Ukrainian peninsula Russia annexed in 2014 …read more Source: ABC...

    Russia’s Putin blames Ukraine for sabotaging peace accords
    Aug19

    Russia’s Putin blames Ukraine for sabotaging peace accords

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing the Ukrainian government of sabotaging peace accords for the country’s east during a… …read more Source:...

    Russia’s Putin blames Ukraine for sabotaging peace accords
    Aug19

    Russia’s Putin blames Ukraine for sabotaging peace accords

    A conflict in eastern Ukraine between Russia-backed separatists and Ukrainian government troops has killed more than 9,500 people but 2015 peace accords signed in Minsk, Belarus, has helped to make the fighting less intense. …read more Source: San Francisco...

    Russia’s Putin blames Ukraine for sabotaging peace accords
    Aug19

    Russia’s Putin blames Ukraine for sabotaging peace accords

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing the Ukrainian government of sabotaging peace accords for the country’s east during a visit to Crimea, the Ukrainian peninsula Russia annexed in 2014 …read more Source: U.S....

    Putin says hopes Ukraine sees common sense in diplomatic crisis
    Aug19

    Putin says hopes Ukraine sees common sense in diplomatic crisis

    BELBEK AIR BASE, Crimea (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin flew into annexed Crimea on Friday and said he hoped Ukraine would see common sense when it came to resolving a diplomatic crisis with Russia sparked by allegations of a terror plot on the peninsula. …read more Source: The...