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    Russian poisoning denials ‘increasingly absurd’: UK’s Johnson
    Mar19

    Russian poisoning denials ‘increasingly absurd’: UK’s Johnson

    BRUSSELS: Moscow’s denials over its involvement in the nerve agent poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain are growing “increasingly absurd”, British foreign minister Boris Johnson said Monday. The Kremlin has rejected allegations by London and its allies that Russia was behind the March 4 attack on Sergei Skripal and his...

    Putin wins fourth term with record vote
    Mar19

    Putin wins fourth term with record vote

    Vladimir Putin was Monday set for another six years in power after his landslide victory in Russia’s presidential election but so far only close allies have congratulated him as Moscow’s relations with the West disintegrate. Putin, who has ruled Russia for almost two decades, recorded his best election performance with 76.67 percent...

    Estonian formin to discuss Ukraine issues with other EU ministers  – The Baltic Times
    Mar19

    Estonian formin to discuss Ukraine issues with other EU ministers – The Baltic Times

    TALLINN – Estonian Foreign Minister Sven Mikser is to meet with other European Union foreign ministers on Monday to discuss the …… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    International experts have identified a number of violations in the  trial of the case "Sasna Tsrer"
    Mar19

    International experts have identified a number of violations in the  trial of the case "Sasna Tsrer"

    ArmInfo. In Yerevan, the report “On the Glass Wall: The Right to Fair Justice in the Sasna Tsrer” case, prepared as a result of the collection of facts from the platform of “Civil Solidarity”, was presented. Responsible for the research of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, Joanna Smetek, presenting the report, said...

    EU supports UK as Russia hits back in spy poisoning row
    Mar19

    EU supports UK as Russia hits back in spy poisoning row

    LONDON: The European Union offered “unqualified solidarity” with Britain on Monday over a nerve agent attack blamed on Russia, as international weapons experts visited to take a sample of the chemical for testing. In a joint statement, EU foreign ministers said they took “extremely seriously” Britain’s claim that Moscow was behind the...

    What to expect from Putin and a resurgent Russia
    Mar19

    What to expect from Putin and a resurgent Russia

    To Russians, Putin’s biggest victory in 18 years in power was annexing Crimea and crushing Ukraine’s ambitions to move closer to EU and Nato …read more Source: Gulf...

    Russia Will Remain ‘Difficult Partner’ After Putin Re-Election – Germany
    Mar19

    Russia Will Remain ‘Difficult Partner’ After Putin Re-Election – Germany

    German Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas (R) arrives ahead of a Foreign Affairs minister meeting at EU headquarters in Brussels on March 19, 2018.JOHN THYS / AFP Russia will remain a “difficult partner” after President Vladimir Putin’s re-election but will be needed to help resolve international tensions, German Foreign Minister Heiko...

    Kiev rally demands impeachment of Poroshenko
    Mar19

    Kiev rally demands impeachment of Poroshenko

    Thousands of people have taken part in an anti-government rally in downtown Kiev to demand the resignation of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source:...

    Putin Believes He’s Destined to Make Russia Great Again. And He’s Just Getting Started
    Mar19

    Putin Believes He’s Destined to Make Russia Great Again. And He’s Just Getting Started

    A few weeks ago, one of the members of the Russian government turned to President Putin and asked, “Vladimir Vladimirovich, well, what will happen to me after March 18?” He asked his question in the presence of other ministers, and the upcoming elections were certainly on all their minds. They were all worried about whether they would keep their...

    Ukraine calls for sanctions against Gerhard Schröder
    Mar19

    Ukraine calls for sanctions against Gerhard Schröder

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin has called for sanctions against former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder over his pro-Russia lobbying. “It is important that there are sanctions against those who promote [Russian President Vladimir] Putin’s projects abroad,” Klimkin told German tabloid BILD in a report published late Sunday in...