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    Beyond the anti-Corbyn hysteria UK newspapers run measured editorials
    Nov27

    Beyond the anti-Corbyn hysteria UK newspapers run measured editorials

    National press makes much of Labour’s internal war but the leading articles point to the defects in the prime minister’s argument to bomb Isis in Syria“Labour at war” about whether to go to war, said Friday’s front page headlines in the Times, Daily Telegraph and the Independent. “Labour in Syria turmoil as PM makes the case for...

    Russia-Ukraine row over Crimea escalates as Moscow cuts coal to Kiev
    Nov27

    Russia-Ukraine row over Crimea escalates as Moscow cuts coal to Kiev

    KIEV (Reuters) – Russia has begun to restrict coal supplies to Ukraine, Energy Minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn told parliament on Friday, days after the Kremlin threatened to punish Kiev for a power blackout of Russian-annexed Crimea. …read more Source: The...

    Russia-Ukraine row over Crimea escalates as Moscow cuts coal to Kiev
    Nov27

    Russia-Ukraine row over Crimea escalates as Moscow cuts coal to Kiev

    Russia has begun to restrict coal supplies to Ukraine, Energy Minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn told parliament on Friday, days after the Kremlin threatened to punish Kiev for a power blackout of Russian-annexed Crimea. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ten EU nations say Nord Stream gas extension not in EU interests
    Nov27

    Ten EU nations say Nord Stream gas extension not in EU interests

    Russia’s plans to extend its gas link to Germany run counter to EU interests and risk further destabilizing Ukraine, 10 European governments said in a letter to the European Commission that called for a summit-level debate on the issue …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Russia-Ukraine row over Crimea escalates as Moscow cuts coal to Kiev
    Nov27

    Russia-Ukraine row over Crimea escalates as Moscow cuts coal to Kiev

    By Natalia Zinets Russia has begun to restrict coal supplies to Ukraine, Energy Minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn told parliament on Friday, days after the Kremlin threatened to punish Kiev for a power blackout of Russian-annexed Crimea. Demchyshyn said pro-Russian separatists who control coal mines in eastern Ukraine had also halted coal supplies....

    Rapota: Belarus may host talks over situation in Middle East
    Nov27

    Rapota: Belarus may host talks over situation in Middle East

    “Belarus has already hosted the talks between Russia, Ukraine, and Western Europe. This means that Belarus may provide a convenient platform for any kinds of peace dialogues, including for talks over the situation in the Middle East,” Grigory Rapota noted. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine says Russia has started to restrict its coal supplies
    Nov27

    Ukraine says Russia has started to restrict its coal supplies

    KIEV (Reuters) – Russia has started to restrict coal supplies to Ukraine, Energy Minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn told parliament on Friday, saying Kiev had 1 month of its own supplies left, enough to ensure the stable functioning of the power system for up to 50 days. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine says Russia has started to restrict its coal supplies
    Nov27

    Ukraine says Russia has started to restrict its coal supplies

    Russia has started to restrict coal supplies to Ukraine, Energy Minister Volodymyr Demchyshyn told parliament Friday, saying Kiev had 1 month of its own supplies left, enough to ensure the stable functioning of the power system for up to 50 days …read more Source: The Daily...

    Ten Members Say Nord Stream Extension Not In EU Interests
    Nov27

    Ten Members Say Nord Stream Extension Not In EU Interests

    Ten European governments — the easternmost members of the European Union — have complained in a letter that Russia’s plans to extend its natural-gas link to Germany run counter to EU interests and risk further destabilizing Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Power blackouts test loyalty to Kremlin in Russian-annexed Crimea
    Nov27

    Power blackouts test loyalty to Kremlin in Russian-annexed Crimea

    Power blackouts in Crimea orchestrated by anti-Russian saboteurs are stirring discontent a year and a half after Moscow seized the peninsula from Ukraine, threatening to chip away at the pro-Kremlin euphoria many Crimeans felt after annexation. The blackouts – the result of pro-Ukrainian activists blowing up the electricity lines which...