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    Russia frees Crimean dissident from psychiatric clinic
    Sep07

    Russia frees Crimean dissident from psychiatric clinic

    Russian authorities freed a prominent Crimean dissident from a psychiatric clinic on Wednesday after he was held there for almost a month and subjected to enforced examinations, his lawyer and a colleague said; but he still faces a possible jail sentence. …read more Source: Channel...

    EU Extends Travel Bans, Asset Freezes On Russia
    Sep07

    EU Extends Travel Bans, Asset Freezes On Russia

    The European Union extended on Wednesday part of its sanctions against Russia over Moscow’s annexation of Crimea and its role in the crisis in Ukraine, diplomats said. The EU’s travel bans and asset freezes, which were due to expire on Sept. 15, were extended for six months and cover some 150 people and 37 entities involved in the...

    EU extends travel bans, asset freezes on Russia
    Sep07

    EU extends travel bans, asset freezes on Russia

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union extended on Wednesday part of its sanctions against Russia over Moscow’s annexation of Crimea and its role in the crisis in Ukraine, diplomats said. …read more Source: The...

    EU Ambassadors Prolong Russia Sanctions Over Ukraine
    Sep07

    EU Ambassadors Prolong Russia Sanctions Over Ukraine

    European Union ambassadors have prolonged asset freezes and visa bans on 146 individuals and 37 entities that, according to the bloc, have threatened Ukraine’s territorial integrity. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    EU extends travel bans, asset freezes on Russia
    Sep07

    EU extends travel bans, asset freezes on Russia

    The European Union extended on Wednesday part of its sanctions against Russia over Moscow’s annexation of Crimea and its role in the crisis in Ukraine, diplomats said. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russia frees Crimean dissident from psychiatric clinic
    Sep07

    Russia frees Crimean dissident from psychiatric clinic

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian authorities freed a prominent Crimean dissident from a psychiatric clinic on Wednesday after he was held there for almost a month and subjected to enforced examinations, his lawyer and a colleague said; but he still faces a possible jail sentence. …read more Source:...

    Clashes In Kyiv Over Alleged Illegal Construction
    Sep07

    Clashes In Kyiv Over Alleged Illegal Construction

    Tear gas, stun grenades and flares filed the air of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, after residents accused a developer of illegally taking land to build an apartment complex. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Visegrad Group will present its stance on EU reform
    Sep07

    Visegrad Group will present its stance on EU reform

    The leaders of the Visegrad Group (Poland, Czechia, Slovakia and Hungary) have expressed their support for Ukraine’s European aspirations and announced they will present their proposal on how to reform the EU at the next informal EU summit in Bratislava. The meeting was divided into two parts. The first was related to the EU futureā€¦ This...

    Orban hails whoever supports Bulgaria against migration
    Sep07

    Orban hails whoever supports Bulgaria against migration

    At a forum in Krintsa Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban praised the countries which assist Bulgaria for the protection of its borders from illegal migration in Southeastern Europe. With the prime ministers of Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Ukraine attending Orban demanded protection of EU borders from uncontrolled migration and once...

    Kremlin: new U.S. sanctions not consistent with talks over cooperation
    Sep07

    Kremlin: new U.S. sanctions not consistent with talks over cooperation

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Expanded U.S. sanctions on Russia are not consistent with talks over possible cooperation between Russia and the United States in other areas, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Wednesday. …read more Source:...