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    ‘Living atop a powder keg’: Crimea’s Tatars fear Russia
    Sep10

    ‘Living atop a powder keg’: Crimea’s Tatars fear Russia

    Crimea’s Tatars must protect themselves now that Russia has annexed the peninsula. Many have personally paid a steep price for opposing Moscow’s aggression, Juri Rescheto discovered while visiting the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Singapore Paralympian gets swimming gold and smashes her own world record
    Sep10

    Singapore Paralympian gets swimming gold and smashes her own world record

    Singaporeans celebrated on Saturday, after 24-year-old swimmer Yip Pin Xiu took home a gold medal and broke the world record — also previously set by her — at the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Yip won the women’s 100m backstroke S2 gold in a time of 2 minutes 7.09 seconds, smashing her own previously set world record timing of 2...

    Kiev hopes to earn 20 mln euros on Eurovision-2017 song contest
    Sep10

    Kiev hopes to earn 20 mln euros on Eurovision-2017 song contest

    KIEV. KAZINFORM The Kiev city administration has calculated that Kiev’s budget may earn almost 20 million euros from the Eurovision-2017 song contest, Anton Taranenko, the head of the administration’s department of tourism, said on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Alexander Zhukov: what we know about the Russian oil magnate
    Sep10

    Alexander Zhukov: what we know about the Russian oil magnate

    Zhukov, the father of Roman Abramovich’s wife, Dasha, was linked to a network of offshore companies by the Panama PapersIn Britain, Alexander Zhukov ­has faced little scrutiny over his business affairs. The son of a playwright and educated in Moscow, Zhukov, 62, worked as a cinema projectionist in Odessa, Ukraine, before joining the...

    Hilary Clinton policies have produced massive global disorder: Donald Trump
    Sep10

    Hilary Clinton policies have produced massive global disorder: Donald Trump

    Jha Washington, Sep 10 : Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has accused former secretary of state and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton of committing greatest foreign policy blunders, triggering massive global disorder. “Hillary Clinton has presided over the greatest series of foreign policy failures and blunders anyone has ever...

    War Games Show Off Russia’s Tightening Grip on Crimea
    Sep10

    War Games Show Off Russia’s Tightening Grip on Crimea

    A huge show of power, including 12,000 troops, simulated an invasion and counterattack on the Crimean peninsula, which Russia annexed from Ukraine in 2014. …read more Source: The New York...

    Ukraine, US to kick off defense technologies exchange
    Sep10

    Ukraine, US to kick off defense technologies exchange

    Pentagon Chief Ashton Carton has hailed Washington’s recent military deal with Kiev as very important. …read more Source:...

    An ominous display of military might: Russia flexes its muscles at the world by releasing footage of drills involving 12,500 troops, fighter jets and anti-aircraft missiles 
    Sep10

    An ominous display of military might: Russia flexes its muscles at the world by releasing footage of drills involving 12,500 troops, fighter jets and anti-aircraft missiles 

    The display took place in Crimea as Russia showcased its ground, marine and air forces in the biggest exercises held on the strategic peninsula since its 2014 annexation from Ukraine. …read more Source: Daily...

    Poroshenko informs Merkel of ceasefire violations in E. Ukraine
    Sep10

    Poroshenko informs Merkel of ceasefire violations in E. Ukraine

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has discussed the situation in eastern Ukraine in a telephone conversation with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, informing her about violations of the ceasefire established earlier this month, the presidential press service said on Friday. …read more Source: <a...

    US Urges Serbia, Slovenia to Diversify their Energy Sources
    Sep10

    US Urges Serbia, Slovenia to Diversify their Energy Sources

    The United States has encouraged Serbia and EU-member Slovenia to diversify their energy sources away from Russian gas to make sure any potential disruptions will not hurt their economies, a senior U.S. official said Friday. Wrapping up a tour of Slovenia, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania, Mary Burce Warlick, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of...