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    Russia’s top diplomat in Japan to discuss leaders’ meetings
    Apr15

    Russia’s top diplomat in Japan to discuss leaders’ meetings

    TOKYO (AP) — Top diplomats from Japan and Russia were making preparations in Tokyo on Friday for their leaders’ meetings later this year, hoping to deepen relations overshadowed by a World War II territorial dispute and the conflict in Ukraine. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s trip came days after Japan hosted foreign...

    Russia’s top diplomat in Japan to discuss leaders’ meetings
    Apr15

    Russia’s top diplomat in Japan to discuss leaders’ meetings

    Top diplomats from Japan and Russia were making preparations in Tokyo on Friday for their leaders’ meetings later this year, hoping to deepen relations overshadowed by a World War II territorial dispute and the conflict in Ukraine. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Russia’s top diplomat in Japan to discuss leaders’ meetings
    Apr15

    Russia’s top diplomat in Japan to discuss leaders’ meetings

    Top diplomats from Japan and Russia were making preparations on Tokyo on Friday for their leaders’ meetings later this year, hoping to deepen relations overshadowed by a World War II territorial dispute and the conflict in Ukraine. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Ukraine must accelerate Minsk commitments: Hollande, Merkel
    Apr15

    Ukraine must accelerate Minsk commitments: Hollande, Merkel

    NNA – French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel Friday told Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko that he must accelerate commitments he’s made to modernize his country a …read more Source: National News...

    Ukraine recovers stolen Dutch paintings
    Apr15

    Ukraine recovers stolen Dutch paintings

    Ukraine says it has recovered four paintings from a haul of 24 that was stolen from a gallery in the Netherlands more than a decade ago. …read more Source:...

    President Plevneliev to take part in global security forum
    Apr15

    President Plevneliev to take part in global security forum

    At the 11th Global forum on security due in Bratislava, Bulgaria will be represented by President Rossen Plevneliev. Heads of states and governments and experts will discuss in Slovakia subjects related to the future of the European Union, the crises in the Middle East and in Ukraine as well as the migration pressure on Europe. …read more...

    Putin On Kadyrov, Groysman and Russia’s Next First Lady
    Apr15

    Putin On Kadyrov, Groysman and Russia’s Next First Lady

    Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke about drowning world leaders, visiting Crimea instead of Turkey and the possibility of his country getting a new first lady during his annual call-in ‘telefon’ show on Thursday. The show got off to an awkward start when Putin decided to answer the first video call before sitting down at his desk. He...

    Paintings stolen decade ago from Hoorn museum recovered in Ukraine
    Apr15

    Paintings stolen decade ago from Hoorn museum recovered in Ukraine

    Four of 24 paintings stolen from the Westfries Museum in Hoorn in 2005 were recovered in the Ukraine, the Ukrainian secret service SBU announced in a press conference in Kiev. And those four are “really the most prestigious and missed pieces”, Ad Geerdink, director of the museum, said to newspaper Trouw. The post Paintings stolen...

    Battle lines drawn as Britain squares up for EU vote
    Apr15

    Battle lines drawn as Britain squares up for EU vote

    LONDON: Campaigning in Britain’s Brexit referendum officially begins on Friday, ten weeks ahead of a vote that will hand Britons their first chance to have their say on Europe since 1975. With opinion polls suggesting the British public are deeply divided on whether to stay in the EU, the Leave campaign’s biggest name—charismatic...

    Obama heads to Riyadh for talks on Islamic State, defense
    Apr15

    Obama heads to Riyadh for talks on Islamic State, defense

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Barack Obama and Defense Secretary Ash Carter will talk next week with leaders in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries about the fight against Islamic State militants and other defense issues, a White House official said on Thursday.The United States and its Gulf partners have had differences over how...