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    National karate fighters win European medals
    Jul06

    National karate fighters win European medals

    Azerbaijani karate fighters have grabbed four medals, including three golds at the 5th WJKA European Championships in Cherkasy, Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Business unions don’t agree with Tiit Vähi that sanctions against Russia should be repealed
    Jul06

    Business unions don’t agree with Tiit Vähi that sanctions against Russia should be repealed

    Estonian businesses don’t share former prime minister Tiit Vähi’s view that sanctions against Russia should be repealed as soon as possible. “The EU can’t accept that Russia just marched into Ukraine,” industrialist Meelis Einstein said. …read more Source:...

    Kerry Traveling To Georgia, Ukraine Ahead Of NATO Summit
    Jul06

    Kerry Traveling To Georgia, Ukraine Ahead Of NATO Summit

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is en route to Europe for solidarity visits aimed at assuring Georgia and Ukraine that those two countries have not been left out in the cold by the trans-Atlantic community. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Rusty boat maintains a lifeline in war-torn Ukraine (AFP)
    Jul06

    Rusty boat maintains a lifeline in war-torn Ukraine (AFP)

    Zhovte (Ukraine) (AFP) – A rusty boat crossing a calm river in separatist east Ukraine is all that enables hundreds of people living in rebel-held territory to pick up pensions and vital supplies from the government side. …read more Source: The West...

    New reactor design fuels Russia bid for post-Fukushima nuclear industry lead
    Jul06

    New reactor design fuels Russia bid for post-Fukushima nuclear industry lead

    The new No. 6 reactor at Russia’s Novovoronezh atomic power station is not just about generating power, but relaunching Russia’s ambitions to become a major player in the nuclear industry. The new design comes 30 years after the Chernobyl disaster in the Soviet republic of Ukraine dealt a body blow to reputation of the Soviet […] The...

    Russia bans transit of European goods imported through Ukraine
    Jul06

    Russia bans transit of European goods imported through Ukraine

    In accordance with the presidential decree, a temporary ban has been introduced in Russia since July 1, 2016, on the transit of Ukrainian goods and on the freight traffic from third countries, which are going through the territory of Ukraine to Kazakhstan, said Kazakh National Chamber of Entrepreneurs. …read more Source:...

    Brexit Doesn’t Actually Help Putin
    Jul06

    Brexit Doesn’t Actually Help Putin

    Daniel Kochis Politics, Europe NATO, not the EU, guarantees European security. Will Britain’s vote to leave the European Union be a boon for Putin’s Russia? This claim was often repeated during the run-up to the vote and trotted out again in the aftermath of Thursday’s referendum. But it deserves a skeptical eye. First and...

    Dutch Investigators Of MH17 Crash In Moscow For Two-Day Visit
    Jul06

    Dutch Investigators Of MH17 Crash In Moscow For Two-Day Visit

    Representatives of the Joint International Criminal Investigation Team have arrived in Moscow to discuss their probe into the crash of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine two years ago. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    News Wrap: Iraq bombing death toll rises as search teams find more victims
    Jul06

    News Wrap: Iraq bombing death toll rises as search teams find more victims

    JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. Gwen Ifill is away. On the “NewsHour” tonight: JAMES COMEY, FBI Director: No charges are appropriate in this case. JUDY WOODRUFF: Despite declaring Hillary Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server while secretary of state extremely careless, the FBI says there is not enough evidence to...

    Desire to break free from Ukraine keeps devastated Donetsk fighting​
    Jul06

    Desire to break free from Ukraine keeps devastated Donetsk fighting​

    JUDY WOODRUFF: Tonight, we begin a weeklong series from Eastern Europe that we’re calling Fault Lines. On Friday, NATO will announce the largest military buildup in Europe since the Cold War. Tensions between the West and Russia have reached the highest level since the fall of the Soviet Union. This week, we will examine the causes of that...