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    Merkel’s Turkish gamble: breakthrough or landmine in migrant crisis?
    Mar10

    Merkel’s Turkish gamble: breakthrough or landmine in migrant crisis?

    For the second time since Europe’s migration crisis began last year, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has stunned her European Union partners by staking her political capital on a unilateral initiative and demanding their support.After rolling out the welcome mat in September for Syrian refugees streaming into Europe, to the alarm of many...

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine
    Mar10

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine

    European Union governments extended on Thursday sanctions on Russians and Ukrainians targeted in 2014 over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, keeping asset freezes and travel bans in place until mid-September. …read more Source: Channel...

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine
    Mar10

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union governments extended on Thursday sanctions on Russians and Ukrainians targeted in 2014 over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, keeping asset freezes and travel bans in place until mid-September. …read more Source: The...

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine (Reuters)
    Mar10

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine (Reuters)

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union governments extended on Thursday sanctions on Russians and Ukrainians targeted in 2014 over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, keeping asset freezes and travel bans i… …read more Source: The West...

    Belarus, Ukraine in talks over ID cards
    Mar10

    Belarus, Ukraine in talks over ID cards

    Ukraine introduced a new internal passport early this year. However, the new Ukrainian passport is not listed as a document to cross the Belarusian state border in the bilateral agreement on visa-free trips as of 2009. In this connection, the Belarusian side proposed Ukraine to hold consultations on the ID cards. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian pilot on hunger strike agrees to take water
    Mar10

    Ukrainian pilot on hunger strike agrees to take water

    A Ukrainian pilot on trial in Russia has agreed to take water but will continue a hunger strike following an appeal by Ukraine’s president. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    EU to Russia: Free hunger-striking pilot
    Mar10

    EU to Russia: Free hunger-striking pilot

    The EU’s foreign policy chief told Russia to free Nadezhda Savchenko, a Ukrainian pilot accused over the killing of two Russian journalists. ||| Moscow – The European Union’s foreign policy chief on Thursday told Russia to free Nadezhda Savchenko, a Ukrainian pilot accused over the killing of two Russian journalists, as...

    EU foreign policy chief demands Russia release jailed Ukrainian pilot
    Mar10

    EU foreign policy chief demands Russia release jailed Ukrainian pilot

    The EU’s Federica Mogherini has called on Moscow to free pilot Nadezhda Savchenko captured by separatists. The 34 year old is on hunger strike while accused of complicity in the death of two Russian state TV reporters. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Savchenko Protesters Toss Molotov Cocktails at Kiev’s Russian Embassy
    Mar10

    Savchenko Protesters Toss Molotov Cocktails at Kiev’s Russian Embassy

    Ukraine has detained three people for hurling Molotov cocktails at Kiev’s Russian embassy, as protests against the likely conviction of Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko continue. Savchenko has been detained in Russia since 2014 under allegations of being complicit in the killing of two Russian journalists in eastern Ukraine and illegally...

    EU extends sanctions on individuals over Ukraine
    Mar10

    EU extends sanctions on individuals over Ukraine

    The blacklist of travel bans and asset freezes against nearly 150 people is in addition to sweeping economic sanctions against Russia’s defence, financial and energy sectors …read more Source: World...