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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Russia nabs Ukrainian spy, says he will be sent home
    Mar31

    Russia nabs Ukrainian spy, says he will be sent home

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s domestic security agency said Thursday it has captured a Ukrainian security officer who volunteered to spy for Moscow and will send him back because they believe he is a double agent. …read more Source: U.S....

    Russia nabs Ukrainian spy, says he will be sent home
    Mar31

    Russia nabs Ukrainian spy, says he will be sent home

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s domestic security agency said Thursday it has captured a Ukrainian security officer who volunteered to spy for Moscow and will send him back because they believe he is a double agent. The Federal Security Service, or FSB, the main KGB successor agency, said in a statement that the man, Yuri Ivanchenko, was detained on...

    Russia Says It Detained Ukrainian Spy
    Mar31

    Russia Says It Detained Ukrainian Spy

    Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) says it has captured a Ukrainian security officer who volunteered to spy for Moscow and will send him back because they believe he is a double agent. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia nabs Ukrainian spy, says he will be sent home
    Mar31

    Russia nabs Ukrainian spy, says he will be sent home

    MOSCOW (AP) ” Russia’s domestic security agency says it has captured a Ukrainian security officer who volunteered to spy for Moscow and will send him back because they believe he is a double agent.The Federal Security Service, or… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Russia nabs Ukrainian spy, says he will be sent home
    Mar31

    Russia nabs Ukrainian spy, says he will be sent home

    Russia’s domestic security agency says it has captured a Ukrainian security officer who volunteered to spy for Moscow and will send him back because they believe he is a double agent. …read more Source: FOX...

    Netherlands PM against Ukraine joining EU
    Mar31

    Netherlands PM against Ukraine joining EU

    Prime Minister Mark Rutte is against the Ukraine gaining membership to the European, he said in an interview with NU.nl one week before the referendum on the association agreement between the EU and the Ukraine. He reiterated that the association agreement and therefore the referendum is not about the Ukraine joining the EU. The post Netherlands...

    Ukrainian ID cards ‘not valid’ for crossing Belarusian border
    Mar31

    Ukrainian ID cards ‘not valid’ for crossing Belarusian border

    According to the source, when Belarus and Ukraine signed the relevant agreement in 2009, the introduction of plastic cards with or without contactless digital chips instead of paperback passports was nowhere on the horizon. …read more Source:...

    The US Is Sending Thousands More Armed Troops And Heavy Weaponry To Eastern Europe
    Mar31

    The US Is Sending Thousands More Armed Troops And Heavy Weaponry To Eastern Europe

    The American military is going to deploy rotations of US-based armored brigade combat teams and new equipment on NATO’s eastern borders in response to an “aggressive Russia.”A brigade’s worth of soldiers around 4,500 soldiers each will be on nine-month rotations in the region starting in February 2017 the first such...

    The Daily Vertical: Exposed On Two Fronts
    Mar31

    The Daily Vertical: Exposed On Two Fronts

    The Daily Vertical is a video primer for Russia-watchers that appears Monday through Friday. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    In A Flashback To Cold War Days, Pentagon Announces Plan To Deploy Troops Along Russian Border
    Mar31

    In A Flashback To Cold War Days, Pentagon Announces Plan To Deploy Troops Along Russian Border

    As tensions continue to escalate between Russia and the West, the Pentagon has announced plans to deploy U.S. troops, armed with modern equipment and heavy artillery, full time along NATO’s eastern borders.The so-called “European Reassurance Initiative,” will be the first such deployment since the Cold War ended, The Wall Street Journal...