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    5 winners and 4 losers from the 2016 election
    Nov09

    5 winners and 4 losers from the 2016 election

    This is certainly not how I expected this to end. In a genuinely shocking upset, overturning the results of even the most cautious polling models, Donald Trump appears to have won the presidency of the United States. He beat arguably the most experienced candidate ever put forward by a major party, the wife of a beloved former president who...

    EU blacklists all State Duma deputies from Crimea
    Nov09

    EU blacklists all State Duma deputies from Crimea

    The sanctions blacklist includes five deputies from Crimea: Konstantin Bakharev, Ruslan Balbek, Andrei Kozenko, Svetlana Savchednko and Pavel Shperov and deputy from Sevastopol Dmitry Belik. …read more Source:...

    Dutch prime minister wins more time to negotiate Ukraine treaty deal
    Nov09

    Dutch prime minister wins more time to negotiate Ukraine treaty deal

    MPs have given prime minister Mark Rutte six more weeks to come up with a solution for the Dutch no… …read more Source:...

    Abdyldaev about "telephone conversation" between Atambayev and Poroshenko: "The call was made from Kyrgyzstan"
    Nov09

    Abdyldaev about "telephone conversation" between Atambayev and Poroshenko: "The call was made from Kyrgyzstan"

    Bishkek, November 9 / Kabar /. Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan Erlan Abdyldaev, answering the questions of deputies of the Parliament, explained the situation about the alleged telephone conversation between President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev and Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. “First, there was no telephone conversation...

    IOM welcomes Belarus’efforts to receive 160,000 refugees from Ukraine
    Nov09

    IOM welcomes Belarus’efforts to receive 160,000 refugees from Ukraine

    Director General of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) welcomed the significant efforts by Belarus for receiving more than 160,000 Ukrainian citizens in connection with the ongoing conflict in the South East of the country. …read more Source: <a href=http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2016-11/09/c_135815197.htm...

    Ukraine pushes UN to step up scrutiny of Crimea (AFP)
    Nov09

    Ukraine pushes UN to step up scrutiny of Crimea (AFP)

    United Nations (United States) (AFP) – Ukraine on Tuesday launched a bid at the United Nations to condemn rights abuses in Crimea and press Russia to allow UN monitors to visit the territory. …read more Source: The West...

    UN committees vote on 10 resolutions against Israel in one day
    Nov09

    UN committees vote on 10 resolutions against Israel in one day

    (JTA) — Committees of the United Nations General Assembly were scheduled to vote on 10 resolutions against Israel in one day. Along with the Israel votes on Tuesday, the committees were due to take up three other resolutions — on Syria, Iran and Crimea. At least two of the resolutions involving Israel reportedly ignored Jewish ties to the Temple...

    UN committees voting on 10 resolutions against Israel in one day
    Nov08

    UN committees voting on 10 resolutions against Israel in one day

    (JTA) — Committees of the United Nations General Assembly were scheduled to vote on 10 resolutions against Israel in one day. Along with the Israel votes on Tuesday, the committees were due to take up three other resolutions — on Syria, Iran and Crimea. At least two of the resolutions involving Israel reportedly ignored Jewish ties to the Temple...

    Khodorkovsky urges Britain to sanction Russian elites
    Nov08

    Khodorkovsky urges Britain to sanction Russian elites

    Former oil tycoon and Kremlin foe Mikhail Khodorkovsky on Tuesday urged British MPs to punish corrupt Russian officials with assets in Britain, saying broader sanctions on Russia did not work. …read more Source: Channel...

    Japan and Russia Gear Up for High-Stakes Talks
    Nov08

    Japan and Russia Gear Up for High-Stakes Talks

    Japan and Russia are laying the groundwork for a major summit next month, at which Vladimir Putin and Shinzo Abe will discuss a host of economic projects and an unresolved territorial dispute. Financial Times explains: Japan and Russia are discussing almost 100 economic co-operation projects as they prepare to negotiate over four disputed islands...