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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Failed Obama ‘Reset’ Has Encouraged Russian Aggression
    Apr14

    Failed Obama ‘Reset’ Has Encouraged Russian Aggression

    People seem a bit surprised—even perplexed—by the breathless news reports and video of Russian warplanes “buzzing” an American warship operating in international waters in the Baltic Sea this week. The reality is that they shouldn’t be. That, of course, isn’t to say that we shouldn’t be deeply troubled for the safety of our...

    Ukraine recovers 4 stolen Dutch paintings
    Apr14

    Ukraine recovers 4 stolen Dutch paintings

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian officials have announced the recovery of four paintings from a trove of Dutch Golden Age art that was stolen from a Dutch museum more than a decade ago. …read more Source: U.S....

    Ukraine recovers 4 stolen Dutch paintings
    Apr14

    Ukraine recovers 4 stolen Dutch paintings

    Ukrainian officials have announced the recovery of four paintings from a trove of Dutch Golden Age art that was stolen from a Dutch museum more than a decade ago. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Ukraine recovers 4 stolen Dutch paintings
    Apr14

    Ukraine recovers 4 stolen Dutch paintings

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian officials have announced the recovery of four paintings from a trove of Dutch Golden Age art that was stolen from a Dutch museum more than a decade ago. …read more Source: CNS...

    Putin Praises Obama, Talks Hillary Clinton, and Whether He Will Remarry on Call-In TV Show
    Apr14

    Putin Praises Obama, Talks Hillary Clinton, and Whether He Will Remarry on Call-In TV Show

    During a marathon call-in TV show on April 13, Russian President Vladimir Putin praised Obama and declined to say if he preferred Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. In the annual marathon, which lasted almost four hours, Putin answered questions from children and adults across Russia. More than 3 million questions were submitted days before the...

    Putin blames US for Panama Papers ‘provocation’
    Apr14

    Putin blames US for Panama Papers ‘provocation’

    Russia’s Vladimir Putin has dismissed media reports that billions of dollars in Panama offshore accounts might be linked to him as a US-backed “provocation”. ||| Moscow – Vladimir Putin on Thursday dismissed media reports that billions of dollars in Panama offshore accounts might be linked to him as a US-backed “provocation”, as he...

    Vladimir Putin: Ukraine Crisis Was Artificial
    Apr14

    Vladimir Putin: Ukraine Crisis Was Artificial

    14 de abril de 2016, 15:14Moscow, Apr 14 (Prensa Latina) Russian President Vladimir Putin has commented on the Ukrainian crisis during his annual Direct Line program. …read more Source: Prensa...

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko appealed to the UN Secretary-General on Russia’s 22 year sentence against Ukrainian national Nadiya Savchenko
    Apr14

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko appealed to the UN Secretary-General on Russia’s 22 year sentence against Ukrainian national Nadiya Savchenko

    On March 23, it was reported at UN Headquarters in New York that UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had spoken to the President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, on the case of Ukrainian national, Ms. Nadiya Savchenko. Ms. Savchenko was convicted for 22 years, and was scheduled to go to prison on March 22 by the The post Ukrainian President Poroshenko...

    The Panama Papers: When Will We Finally Do Something About Corruption and Theft?
    Apr14

    The Panama Papers: When Will We Finally Do Something About Corruption and Theft?

    The Panama Papers scandal triggered tsunami waves of shock throughout the world’s media, as if this were an unprecedented event. It is not. The concealment of fortunes, often acquired through illicit means by corrupt politicians, world leaders and powerful individuals, has long been commonplace. But perhaps the light shined by the Panama...

    From Panama Papers To Porridge: 7 Things We Learned From Putin’s Marathon Phone-In
    Apr14

    From Panama Papers To Porridge: 7 Things We Learned From Putin’s Marathon Phone-In

    MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir appeared more subdued than usual during his annual televised phone-in Thursday but the leader still managed to cover a diverse array of topics. As well as the situation in Syria and Ukraine, Putin described his porridge habits, whether he’d rush to save a drowning man if that man was the Turkish president...