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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Where in the World Are We Going?
    Jun10

    Where in the World Are We Going?

    It seems that everywhere we turn in the world America is there: in the South China Sea, the Baltic states, Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Libya, Cuba, South Korea, Mexico — the list goes on and on. And our role in all these places seems to go on and on, too. We hear more and more a relevant question: Do we have to be everywhere?...

    Liberals ‘considering’ NATO request that 1,000 Canadian troops be deployed in Eastern Europe
    Jun10

    Liberals ‘considering’ NATO request that 1,000 Canadian troops be deployed in Eastern Europe

    Eastern European NATO allies have been pressing Canada to deploy up to 1,000 soldiers into the region to bolster the alliance’s presence amid continued concerns about Russian aggression. The Liberal government says it is looking “actively considering options.” However, Eastern European diplomats say Ottawa has been giving “contradictory”...

    Floods, Strikes and Terrorist threats — Euro 2016 Debuts in France
    Jun10

    Floods, Strikes and Terrorist threats — Euro 2016 Debuts in France

    Floods, strikes and threats of another terrorist attack … the monthlong Euro 2016 football championship kicks off outside Paris Friday amid a raft of potential problems. Earlier in the week, Ukrainian police arrested a man suspected of plotting attacks during the games, just as fans begin arriving in France. But from the French capital, Lisa...

    [Ticker] Bulgaria and Slovakia sign gas pipeline deal
    Jun10

    [Ticker] Bulgaria and Slovakia sign gas pipeline deal

    Gas pipeline operators in Bulgaria and Slovakia, Bulgartransgaz and Eustream, signed on Thursday an agreement to seek EU funding to build a new Eastring pipeline for future gas supplies. Eastring was proposed by Slovakia after the EU suspended the South Stream project, a pipeline to deliver gas from Russia. Eastring would link Slovakia with...

    Could a Russia-Ukraine deal be possible by early 2017?
    Jun10

    Could a Russia-Ukraine deal be possible by early 2017?

    WASHINGTON (Reuters)—The White House is pushing hard to have a Russia-Ukraine peace deal implemented by the time President Barack Obama leaves office, top national security adviser Susan Rice said on Thursday. Rice, who coordinates foreign policy at the White House, said she saw potential for resolution in the Ukraine crisis by the end of the...

    USSD ArCa program launched: From now on Beeline subscribers who are ArCa cardholders can make operations from mobile phone via USSD interface
    Jun10

    USSD ArCa program launched: From now on Beeline subscribers who are ArCa cardholders can make operations from mobile phone via USSD interface

    Armenian Card, Beeline and Nikita Mobile jointly announce the launch of USSD ArCa program. The program is designed for all Beeline mobile subscribers and ArCa banks card holders, who can make a number of transactions in USSD interface of Armenian Card by adding a Beeline mobile number to their bankcards. In particular, card holders will be able...

    Why Obama waited
    Jun10

    Why Obama waited

    Democrats are finally getting their dream ticket, Clinton-Obama, eight years after many expected — and months later than some on Clinton’s campaign would have hoped. From the start of the 2016 cycle, two things were clear: First, Barack Obama was fully behind Hillary Clinton and more than happy to raise her spirits with cheerful...

    Visiting Ukrainian minister: Russian withdrawal needed to hold elections in Eastern Ukraine
    Jun10

    Visiting Ukrainian minister: Russian withdrawal needed to hold elections in Eastern Ukraine

    Ukraine demanded unlimited access for OSCE observers and the withdrawal of all Russian forces from Eastern Ukraine, the country’s foreign minister, Pavlo Klimkin, said in Tallinn on Thursday. …read more Source:...

    Nadia Savchenko: ‘They tried to break me’
    Jun10

    Nadia Savchenko: ‘They tried to break me’

    Nadia Savchenko, the Ukrainian fighter pilot sentenced to 22 years in a Russian jail, returned home to Ukraine just over two weeks ago after a pardon from President Putin. …read more Source:...

    White House Aide Says Russia-Ukraine Peace Possible By Year-End
    Jun10

    White House Aide Says Russia-Ukraine Peace Possible By Year-End

    The White House is pushing for implementation of a peace deal between Russia and Ukraine before President Barack Obama leaves office, National Security Adviser Susan Rice said. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...