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    Kerry: West Willing to Talk to Russia About Ukraine
    Oct04

    Kerry: West Willing to Talk to Russia About Ukraine

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Western alliances are willing to work with Russia to seek solutions to end the unrest in Ukraine, but will stand firm on principles based on freedom and international law. Speaking Tuesday in Belgium, Kerry said NATO “does not seek to weaken, to contain or to divide their nation or any other...

    France says time to act on Congo, EU sanctions possible
    Oct04

    France says time to act on Congo, EU sanctions possible

    France said Tuesday it was time to prevent the political situation worsening in the Congo and consider imposing European Union sanctions. …read more Source: The Daily...

    We Are Fooling Ourselves about Russia
    Oct04

    We Are Fooling Ourselves about Russia

    The painstaking, Dutch-led international investigation into the deaths of nearly 300 souls aboard Malaysian Airlines MH17 flight has concluded, and the report clearly points the finger at Russia. Such a monstrous crime ought to have been enough to convince the West to re-examine its approach to the Russia problem. Yet the West seems all too often...

    Polish Journalists Association slams Sushchenko arrest
    Oct04

    Polish Journalists Association slams Sushchenko arrest

    The Polish Journalists Association (SDP) has “expressed concern” at the arrest of Roman Sushchenko, a correspondent of the Ukrainian National News Agency Ukrinform. …read more Source: Polskie...

    IntMin asks for measures to prevent swine fever; alert at border with Ukraine and Moldova
    Oct04

    IntMin asks for measures to prevent swine fever; alert at border with Ukraine and Moldova

    Interior Minister Dragos Tudorache on Tuesday asked the representatives of the National Sanitary Veterinary and Food Safety Authority (ANSVSA), the Border Police and the customs bodies, during an extraordinary meeting of the National Committee on Special Emergency Situations (CNSSU), to keep a permanent alert state in the border area with Ukraine...

    Defense minister recognizes members of Estonian special forces who served in Ukraine
    Oct04

    Defense minister recognizes members of Estonian special forces who served in Ukraine

    Late Monday night, Estonian Minister of Defence Hannes Hanso thanked and presented letters of appreciation to the instructors of the Estonian Special Operations Force (ESTSOF) who provided training to the special operations forces of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    US-Russia relations plummet further over Syria, Ukraine
    Oct04

    US-Russia relations plummet further over Syria, Ukraine

    US-Russia relations plummet further over Syria, Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Putin Resurrects the KGB, Under New Super-Agency Called the Ministry of State Security
    Oct04

    Putin Resurrects the KGB, Under New Super-Agency Called the Ministry of State Security

    . . . MOSCOW – Soon after he was first appointed prime minister back in 1999, Vladimir Putin joked to an audience of top intelligence officers that a group of undercover spies, dispatched to infiltrate the government, was “successfully fulfilling its task.” It turns out Putin doesn’t do jokes. Over Putin’s years in power, not just the...

    Dion denounces Russian support for attacks on Syrian medical facilities
    Oct04

    Dion denounces Russian support for attacks on Syrian medical facilities

    OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion has joined the United States in condemning Russia over the escalating fighting in Syria and failed efforts to end the war in that country. Dion said in a statement Monday night that Russia’s actions on the ground over the past months “call into question” its commitment to peace and...

    Ukraine warns Canada not to trust Russian co-operation over Arctic
    Oct04

    Ukraine warns Canada not to trust Russian co-operation over Arctic

    A senior Ukrainian envoy is warning a thaw in diplomatic relations between Canada and Russia will primarily benefit Vladimir Putin – a caution that came as relations abruptly deteriorated between Moscow and Washington on Monday over Syria and nuclear arsenals. Vadym Prystaiko, deputy foreign minister of Ukraine, is visiting Ottawa this week to...