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    Kiev, Ankara discussed possibility of Ukraine joining the Southern Gas Corridor project
    May14

    Kiev, Ankara discussed possibility of Ukraine joining the Southern Gas Corridor project

    Kiev and Ankara discussed the possibility of Ukraine joining the Southern Gas Corridor project, project, aimed to bring gas from the Caspian Sea to Europe, Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Hennadii Zubko said. …read more Source:...

    Who Are the Crimean Tatars?
    May14

    Who Are the Crimean Tatars?

    The Tatar people have lived in settlements all across Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union since the Middle Ages. The Tatars traditionally espouse the Sunni branch of Islam and have historically enjoyed a close relationship with Turkey and other Muslim peoples in the nearby Balkans, Caucasus and Central Asia. The Tatar language is also part...

    Ukraine and Turkey agreed to develop three models of aircraft
    May14

    Ukraine and Turkey agreed to develop three models of aircraft

    The agreement has been reached. …read more Source: News.Az

    Obama denounces Russia’s ‘aggressive’ military stance in Europe
    May14

    Obama denounces Russia’s ‘aggressive’ military stance in Europe

    WASHINGTON (AFP) – US President Barack Obama warned Russia about its military build-up in northern Europe Friday as he hosted leaders from five Nordic countries at the White House.We are united in our concern about Russias growing, aggressive military presence and posture in the Baltic-Nordic region, Obama said at the end of the meeting.As...

    Couple who lost three children in MH17 crash welcomes a baby girl
    May14

    Couple who lost three children in MH17 crash welcomes a baby girl

    Perth: An Australian couple whose three children were killed in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Ukraine two years ago has welcomed a new baby, saying the birth has given them faith that… …read more Source: India...

    US, Russia step up war of words over missile shield
    May14

    US, Russia step up war of words over missile shield

    REDZIKOWO, Poland: The United States and Russia on Friday accused each other of mounting an aggressive military presence in northern Europe, with Moscow vowing to “end threats” posed by a US missile shield near its border. The stepped-up war of words came as Poland on Friday broke ground on the northern section of a US missile defence shield...

    Obama denounces Russia’s ‘aggressive’ military stance in Europe
    May14

    Obama denounces Russia’s ‘aggressive’ military stance in Europe

    WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama warned Russia about its military build-up in northern Europe Friday as he hosted leaders from five Nordic countries at the White House. “We are united in our concern about Russia’s growing, aggressive military presence and posture in the Baltic-Nordic region,” Obama said at the end of the meeting. As...

    U.S. To Move Forward With $1 Billion Loan Guarantee For Ukraine
    May14

    U.S. To Move Forward With $1 Billion Loan Guarantee For Ukraine

    U.S. Vice President Biden told Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko that the United States will move forward with a third loan guarantee agreement to support reforms against corruption. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    US-Nordic Summit Takes on Russian Aggression
    May14

    US-Nordic Summit Takes on Russian Aggression

    President Barack Obama said Friday that an agreement between the U.S. and five Nordic nations to increase cooperation in the face of rising Russian aggression is an effort to ensure that “smaller nations are not bullied by larger nations.” The president hosted the leaders of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland at the White House...

    Germany Accuses Russia of Being Behind Parliament Cyberattack
    May14

    Germany Accuses Russia of Being Behind Parliament Cyberattack

    Germany’s domestic intelligence agency says Russia was likely behind a cyberattack on Germany’s lower house of parliament last year, which forced its computer system to be temporarily shut down. The BfV intelligence agency said a group known as Sofacy, or APT 28, was behind the parliament cyberattack and said it has indications that...