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    Ukraine’s Poroshenko hints at deal with Russia to swap pilot Savchenko
    Apr19

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko hints at deal with Russia to swap pilot Savchenko

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Tuesday he had agreed with Russian President Vladimir Putin a framework for a deal to secure the release of Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko, serving a 22-year jail sentence in Russia. …read more Source: Channel...

    Malaysia Airlines CEO to leave job long before contract ends
    Apr19

    Malaysia Airlines CEO to leave job long before contract ends

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia Airlines CEO Christoph Mueller will leave his job in September, way ahead of the end of his three-year contract, due to his “changing personal circumstances.” The airline said Tuesday it has begun searching for a new CEO from a pool of internal and external candidates. Its statement said Mueller will serve a...

    Serbia says it is determined to join the EU despite the bloc’s ‘problems’
    Apr19

    Serbia says it is determined to join the EU despite the bloc’s ‘problems’

    Francois Lenoir/ReutersBELGRADE (Reuters) – Serbia is determined to join European Union despite the bloc’s “problems” but will do nothing to jeopardize its good relations with Russia, Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said. Dacic is also deputy prime minister in Serbia’s ruling coalition that is expected to win four more...

    Crimean Tatar Mejlis leader lashes out at Russian ban
    Apr19

    Crimean Tatar Mejlis leader lashes out at Russian ban

    ‘On behalf of Ukrainian parliament, I urge intl organizations to react against this move’, says Tatar Mejlis chairman …read more Source: World...

    Amid Russia-US Military Maneuvers, NATO Talks Move Forward With Atmosphere Of ‘Mistrust’
    Apr19

    Amid Russia-US Military Maneuvers, NATO Talks Move Forward With Atmosphere Of ‘Mistrust’

    Ahead of the first talks between NATO and the Russia Council since the Ukraine crisis began over two years ago, the Kremlin described relations with the military and political alliance Tuesday as full of mistrust indicating a breakthrough was not likely in the discussions. …read more Source: International Business...

    Ukraine's Poroshenko hints at deal with Russia to swap pilot Savchenko
    Apr19

    Ukraine's Poroshenko hints at deal with Russia to swap pilot Savchenko

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Tuesday he had agreed with Russian President Vladimir Putin a framework for a deal to secure the release of Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko, serving a 22-year jail sentence in Russia. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko hints at deal with Russia to swap pilot Savchenko (Reuters)
    Apr19

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko hints at deal with Russia to swap pilot Savchenko (Reuters)

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Tuesday he had agreed with Russian President Vladimir Putin a framework for a deal to secure the release of Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savch… …read more Source: The West...

    Russia Dismisses Latvian Claim of $210 Billion in Soviet Damages
    Apr19

    Russia Dismisses Latvian Claim of $210 Billion in Soviet Damages

    Russia has dismissed Latvian claims that the Baltic country is owed over $200 billion in damages caused by its forced entry into the Soviet Union after the Second World War. When calculating the damages to the country as a result of the Soviet occupations of 1940 and 1945, members of Latvia’s state commission said that the Baltic state had...

    Russian vote monitor hit with big fine ahead of polls
    Apr19

    Russian vote monitor hit with big fine ahead of polls

    MOSCOW: Russia’s independent election watchdog Golos said on Tuesday it had been fined a whopping 1.2 million rubles (RM70,464.38) for violating controversial legislation forcing non-governmental organisations to carry a “foreign agent” tag. Supporters and fellow rights activists said the fine — equivalent to US$18,300 or...

    “By Adhering to Russia, We have Lost Other Partner States and Reputation”
    Apr19

    “By Adhering to Russia, We have Lost Other Partner States and Reputation”

    Hovhannes Igityan, ANM member, expert on international affairs, is our interviewee today. – Mr. Igityan, what did the four-day war show? What conclusions may be drawn? – Azerbaijan attempts to settle 3 issues: experimentalize reflection of the international community, whether it’s going to be operative to obstacle its programs, secondly,...