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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Progress on the Western front – Belarus Foreign Policy Digest
    Jul11

    Progress on the Western front – Belarus Foreign Policy Digest

    Edgars Rinkēvičs welcomes Vladimir Makei in Riga Working-level contacts between Belarus and the European Union are thriving. However, this has been the case for a few years now. Brussels apparently expects much more from Minsk in order to proceed to …read more Source: Belarus...

    Moscow Slams NATO For Focusing On ‘Nonexistent’ Russia Threat
    Jul11

    Moscow Slams NATO For Focusing On ‘Nonexistent’ Russia Threat

    Russia has slammed NATO for focusing on what it called a “nonexistent” threat from Russia at a summit in Warsaw. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Obama visits Spain on symbolic but curtailed trip
    Jul11

    Obama visits Spain on symbolic but curtailed trip

    MADRID: Barack Obama wrapped up a lightning visit to Spain on Sunday, an abbreviated first presidential trip to the country overshadowed by the fatal shooting of five police officers in Dallas. Obama squeezed in the trip after a key NATO summit, before dashing home to deal with the aftermath of the wrenching attack. Greeting Spain King Felipe at...

    English are the exception — Europeans dig the EU
    Jul11

    English are the exception — Europeans dig the EU

    In the wake of the Leave campaign’s shocking win in the U.K.’s In/Out referendum, commentators have painstakingly defended Britain’s rampant Euroskepticism as part of a larger trend. They point to the wave of discontent sweeping through the Union, from Sweden and Denmark in the north, to France, the Netherlands and Austria in...

    Trudeau to sign free-trade deal with Ukraine
    Jul11

    Trudeau to sign free-trade deal with Ukraine

    Trip to Kiev follows an emotional tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp …read more Source: The Globe and...

    Obama visits Spain on symbolic but curtailed trip
    Jul11

    Obama visits Spain on symbolic but curtailed trip

    MADRID: Barack Obama wrapped up a lightning visit to Spain on Sunday, an abbreviated first presidential trip to the country overshadowed by the fatal shooting of five police officers in Dallas. Obama squeezed in the trip after a key NATO summit, before dashing home to deal with the aftermath of the wrenching attack. Greeting Spain King Felipe at...

    Canada’s Supreme Court shoots down appeal to deport Nazi death squad member, 92
    Jul11

    Canada’s Supreme Court shoots down appeal to deport Nazi death squad member, 92

    (JTA) — The Canadian government must decide if it will try for a fourth time to deport a 92-year-old man who confessed to being a former member of a Nazi death squad after the nation’s Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal of a lower court ruling in his favor. The high court’s decision last week, for which no reason was given, as...

    Three Ukrainian  soldiers killed  in separatist east
    Jul10

    Three Ukrainian soldiers killed in separatist east

    Kiev: Three Ukrainian soldiers were killed and sixteen wounded as violent clashes continued between pro-Russian rebels and government forces in the country’s separatist east, Kiev said on Sunday. Eight of the injured soldiers suffered concussion during artillery shelling over the weekend near Luganske, a village 50 kilometres northeast of...

    Russian Threat Takes Center Stage at NATO’s Warsaw Summit
    Jul10

    Russian Threat Takes Center Stage at NATO’s Warsaw Summit

    WARSAW, Poland—Russian aggression, radical Islamist terrorism, the refugee crisis, Brexit, Afghanistan. The list of challenges NATO leaders faced at the biennial summit here over the weekend was diverse, highlighting what some consider to be a post-Cold War moment of truth for the alliance to prove it still matters. Speaking to reporters...

    New best friends? Canada and Latvia have some ties, but some work to do
    Jul10

    New best friends? Canada and Latvia have some ties, but some work to do

    About 450 Canadian soldiers and armoured vehicles will be sent to the Baltic state, a measure intended to dissuade Russia from repeating what it did in Ukraine. …read more Source: Global...