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    David Owen: Leaving the EU would make us safer
    May11

    David Owen: Leaving the EU would make us safer

    An American soldier stands in front of a F-22 Raptor fighter jet. The jet, one of two, is part of “Operation Atlantic Resolve,” a demonstration of the US’ commitment to NATO. Britain should show similar commitment, argues David Owen ©Mindaugas Kulbis/AP/Press Association Images : Brexit would not damage UK security In April, I spoke in...

    Putin inaugurates final power link to Crimea
    May11

    Putin inaugurates final power link to Crimea

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s president has flipped the switch to open the last of four electricity lines to Crimea aimed at allowing the Russia-annexed peninsula …read more Source: Taiwan...

    Putin says Crimea now free of reliance on Kiev for its power
    May11

    Putin says Crimea now free of reliance on Kiev for its power

    Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw the launch of a fourth and final line supplying electricity from Russia to Crimea Wednesday, saying the project had broken an energy blockage he accused Kiev of imposing on the peninsula …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ukraine seeks ‘genocide’ tag for 1944 deportations
    May11

    Ukraine seeks ‘genocide’ tag for 1944 deportations

    Parliament approves motion calling for international community to classify Soviet exile of Crimean Tatars as ‘genocide’ …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Putin inaugurates last electricity line to Crimea
    May11

    Putin inaugurates last electricity line to Crimea

    The line from the Russian mainland that Putin inaugurated on May 11 brings electricity supply to Crimea to 800 megawatts a day. …read more Source:...

    Putin inaugurates final power link to Crimea
    May11

    Putin inaugurates final power link to Crimea

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s president has flipped the switch to open the last of four electricity lines to Crimea aimed at allowing the Russia-annexed peninsula to end its reliance on Ukrainian power. The line from the Russian mainland that Vladimir Putin inaugurated on Wednesday brings Russia’s electricity supply to Crimea to 800...

    Foreign Ministers Seek to Revive Stalled Ukraine Talks
    May11

    Foreign Ministers Seek to Revive Stalled Ukraine Talks

    Russia, Ukraine and France sent their top diplomats to Berlin on Wednesday to discuss how to move ahead with the peace agreement for eastern Ukraine amid a fragile cease-fire and little progress on political issues.German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who hosted… …read more Source:...

    Russia boosts power supplies to annexed Crimea
    May11

    Russia boosts power supplies to annexed Crimea

    SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw on Wednesday the launch of a fourth and final electricity line from Russia to Crimea, which will almost completely end the peninsula’s reliance on the Ukrainian grid for its power. …read more Source:...

    Estonian MP urges German government to freeze Nord Stream 2 project
    May11

    Estonian MP urges German government to freeze Nord Stream 2 project

    The project for a second underwater gas pipeline between Russia and Germany undermined the unity of Europe, increased security risks, and delivered a blow to the economy of Ukraine. For all these reasons, it should be frozen immediately, MP Andres Herkel (Free Party) said. …read more Source:...

    Putin Inaugurates Final Power Link to Crimea
    May11

    Putin Inaugurates Final Power Link to Crimea

    Russia’s president has flipped the switch to open the last of four electricity lines to Crimea aimed at allowing the Russia-annexed peninsula to end its reliance on Ukrainian power …read more Source: ABC...