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    Thomas De Waal: No major geopolitical  contestation in Karabakh conflict
    Mar15

    Thomas De Waal: No major geopolitical contestation in Karabakh conflict

    Unlike other post-Soviet conflicts there is a political equilibrium in the Karabakh conflict, says Thomas De Waal, senior fellow with Carnegie Europe. “There is no major geopolitical contestation in this conflict,” Waal said at an international conference in Yerevan on “Prospects of Peace in Nagorno Karabakh.” According to him, the major powers...

    Ukraine ex-pilot blames lawmaker for ties to Maidan snipers
    Mar15

    Ukraine ex-pilot blames lawmaker for ties to Maidan snipers

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    US accuses Russia of disrespecting territorial integrity of sovereign nations
    Mar15

    US accuses Russia of disrespecting territorial integrity of sovereign nations

    The United States today accused Russia of disdaining the international order and disrespecting the territorial integrity of sovereign nations. State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert’s remarks came hours after Russian President Vladimir Putin’s campaigned in Crimea, which the US alleges was annexed by Russia some four years ago....

    Ukraine ex-pilot blames lawmaker for ties to Maidan snipers
    Mar15

    Ukraine ex-pilot blames lawmaker for ties to Maidan snipers

    MOSCOW (AP) — A former military pilot who became famous in Ukraine after spending two years in a Russian prison accused Ukraine’s parliament speaker of being associated with snipers who fired on protesters during Ukraine’s 2014 uprising but retracted her statement hours later. Lawmaker Nadiya Savchenko told journalists that she saw...

    U.S. imposes new sanctions on Russian entities over 2016 election meddling
    Mar15

    U.S. imposes new sanctions on Russian entities over 2016 election meddling

    The Treasury Department on Thursday slapped new sanctions on two dozen Russian entities and individuals for interfering in the 2016 election and conducting a series of damaging cyberattacks.“The administration is confronting and countering malign Russian cyber activity, including their attempted interference in U.S. elections, destructive...

    Ukrainian national found dead in Pokhara Hotel
    Mar15

    Ukrainian national found dead in Pokhara Hotel

    POKHARA: A Ukrainian national has been found dead on Thursday in Hotel White Pearl at Lakeside in Pokhara. According to District Police Office, Kaski Deputy Superintendent of Police, Khadga Bahadur Khatri, 28-year-old Anpon Kuzniephov with passport ER 545720 was found lying unconscious at the gym-floor near the lobby. Kuzniephov was pronounced...

    Putin rides ‘Russia First’ wave towards election victory
    Mar15

    Putin rides ‘Russia First’ wave towards election victory

    MOSCOW/YEKATERINBURG, Russia – Russian voters are set to propel Vladimir Putin to another term as president in an election on Sunday, giving him credit for standing up for Russia against Western governments that view him as a dangerous autocrat. , Opinion polls show Putin, 65, with a commanding election lead, all but guaranteeing him...

    NATO Chief Says Spy Attack Must Have ‘Consequences’
    Mar15

    NATO Chief Says Spy Attack Must Have ‘Consequences’

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Thursday backed a “proportionate” British response to a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy, saying the incident must have “consequences”. Stoltenberg said the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter, which he called the first offensive use of a nerve agent on the alliance’s territory...

    Ukraine’s anti-Russia symbol accused of terror plot
    Mar15

    Ukraine’s anti-Russia symbol accused of terror plot

    Nadiya Savchenko, a Ukrainian lawmaker, has been accused of plotting a terrorist attack against the Kiev parliament. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Lawmaker: Speaker Was Involved in 2014 Killings
    Mar15

    Ukraine Lawmaker: Speaker Was Involved in 2014 Killings

    A former military pilot who became a national icon in Ukraine after spending two years in a Russian prison has accused Ukraine’s parliament speaker of being associated with snipers who fired on the crowds during the country’s 2014 uprising. Lawmaker Nadiya Savchenko told journalists Thursday that she saw Andriy Parubiy, a key...