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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Russian Anti-IS Brochure Casts US as Villain
    Jun08

    Russian Anti-IS Brochure Casts US as Villain

    A tree covered with the bloody dead bodies of more than a hundred villagers — women, children and elders. A dying young boy telling the story about merciless forces of darkness that came at night to slaughter the innocent. The remorseless rage of the inhumane warlord who ordered the genocidal act. Fans of the 2006 Hollywood blockbuster...

    Vladimir Putin deploys troops to Ukrainian border in response to NATO exercises
    Jun08

    Vladimir Putin deploys troops to Ukrainian border in response to NATO exercises

    As NATO carried out its biggest exercise in Poland since the end of communism since 1989, it emerged that Russian troops have been deployed to the Ukrainian border. …read more Source: Daily...

    Russia deploys troops westward as standoff with NATO deepens
    Jun08

    Russia deploys troops westward as standoff with NATO deepens

    Russia is building an army base near its border with Ukraine, the latest in a chain of new military sites along what the Kremlin sees as its frontline in a growing confrontation with NATO. While there have been no clashes between the former Cold War rivals, Russia is building up forces on its western frontiers at a time when the NATO alliance is...

    2 Ukrainian sailors found dead in Istanbul shipyard
    Jun08

    2 Ukrainian sailors found dead in Istanbul shipyard

    Investigation launched after bodies discovered by shipyard personnel in Tuzla district …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Expand Russian government sanction list: Russian opposition to US
    Jun08

    Expand Russian government sanction list: Russian opposition to US

    A Russian opposition leader has stated that many more officials in Vladimir Putin’s government is responsible for human rights violations in the country. A Russian opposition figure is urging US authorities to impose sanctions against a greater number of top Russian government officials in order to defend human rights and democracy in his...

    UEFA picks ref from Euro 2012 controversy for France opener
    Jun08

    UEFA picks ref from Euro 2012 controversy for France opener

    PARIS: Viktor Kassai has been selected to referee the European Championship opening match on Friday, four years after his exit from Euro 2012 following a mistake which helped ensure goal-line technology is used in France. UEFA says Kassai and his assistants from Hungary will work France vs. Romania at Stade de France in Paris. Four years ago,...

    Russia deploys troops westward as standoff with NATO deepens
    Jun08

    Russia deploys troops westward as standoff with NATO deepens

    KLINTSY: Russia is building an army base near its border with Ukraine, the latest in a chain of new military sites along what the Kremlin sees as its frontline in a growing confrontation with NATO. While there have been no clashes between the former Cold War rivals, Russia is building up forces on its western frontiers at a time when the NATO...

    Latvian, Estonian PMs: decision on lifting visas for Ukraine, Georgia should be made soon
    Jun08

    Latvian, Estonian PMs: decision on lifting visas for Ukraine, Georgia should be made soon

    The Latvian and Estonian prime ministers strongly support introduction of visa-free regimes for those Eastern Partnership countries who have met all the necessary criteria – Ukraine and Georgia, Latvian Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) and Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas agreed during their meeting in Tallinn on June 7th,...

    SOCAR invested about $4.5 billion into foreign projects
    Jun08

    SOCAR invested about $4.5 billion into foreign projects

    Baku/08.06.16/Turan: By January 1, 2016 total amount of SOCAR’s investments into the projects outside of Azerbaijan reached $4,486,900,000. According to the company, the biggest amount has been invested into the company’s projects in Turkey, which totaled $3,334,300,000. SOCAR’s investments in Switzerland totaled $414.5 million,...

    France On High Alert Ahead Of Euro 2016
    Jun08

    France On High Alert Ahead Of Euro 2016

    France is on a high terror alert as it prepares to host Euro 2016 from Friday with the month long event predicted to attract two million visitors. With matches spread across 10 venues in nine cities, the country is under a state of emergency and security forces have launched an enormous operation to prevent any repeat of the jihadist attacks in...