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    Russia finds Ukraine pilot guilty over journalists’
    Mar21

    Russia finds Ukraine pilot guilty over journalists’

    A Russian court on March 21 found Ukrainian combat pilot Nadiya Savchenko guilty over the killing of two Russian journalists in war-torn east Ukraine, in a trial condemned by Kyiv and the West as a political sham …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Russian court says Ukrainian pilot Savchenko killed reporters
    Mar21

    Russian court says Ukrainian pilot Savchenko killed reporters

    A Russian judge on Monday said Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko was complicit in the killing of two Russian journalists, an assertion certain to inflame already dire relations between Moscow and Kiev. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russian court delivers verdict in Ukraine pilot trial (AFP)
    Mar21

    Russian court delivers verdict in Ukraine pilot trial (AFP)

    Donetsk (Russia) (AFP) – A Russian court began on Monday delivering its verdict in the high-profile murder trial of Ukrainian helicopter pilot Nadiya Savchenko, which Kiev and the West have slammed as a political sham. …read more Source: The West...

    [Ticker] Russian court says Ukrainian pilot guilty of deaths
    Mar21

    [Ticker] Russian court says Ukrainian pilot guilty of deaths

    A Russian court has judged Ukrainian pilot and national hero Nadyia Savchenko guilty of killing two Russian journalists in a decision likely to lead to a long sentence, Reuters reports. The EU has called six times on Russia to free her, saying she was denied a fair trial. …read more Source:...

    Landsbergis calls for Lithuania to impose sanctions on Russian officials involved in Savchenko sentencing  – The Baltic Times
    Mar21

    Landsbergis calls for Lithuania to impose sanctions on Russian officials involved in Savchenko sentencing – The Baltic Times

    The leader of the Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats party (Tėvynės sąjunga – Lietuvos krikščionys demokratai, T…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko found guilty of killing Russian reporters
    Mar21

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko found guilty of killing Russian reporters

    Savchenko regarded as symbol of anti-Kremlin defiance by many in Ukraine …read more Source: The Irish...

    President Sargsyan: Last year Armenian Armed Forces received modern armaments and 
guarantees of future supplies
    Mar21

    President Sargsyan: Last year Armenian Armed Forces received modern armaments and guarantees of future supplies

    The President also referred to the escalation of the situation on the contact line last year, as well as the situation surrounding Armenia, Syria and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Protesters rally in support for Savchenko outside Russian Embassy in Riga  – The Baltic Times
    Mar21

    Protesters rally in support for Savchenko outside Russian Embassy in Riga – The Baltic Times

    The morning of Monday March 21, saw 20 protesters gather outside the Russian Embassy in Riga to voice their support for Ukrainian Airforce pilot…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    “The West was Convinced—There is no Potential for Color Revolution in Armenia”
    Mar21

    “The West was Convinced—There is no Potential for Color Revolution in Armenia”

    Armen Badalyan, political and election technologies expert, is the interviewee of 168.am. –Mr. Badalyan, as we know, David Harutyunyan, Chief of Staff of RA Government, an MP, announced they are ready to agree on negotiating and discussing the new Electoral Code by “4+4+4” format with opposition and civil society submitted by Levon Zurabyan. In...

    Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko found guilty over journalist killings
    Mar21

    Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko found guilty over journalist killings

    A Russian court has found Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko guilty of murder, according to Russian news agencies, as a controversial trial in the south of the country drew to a close. One of the panel of three judges began reading the verdict in the case, which has caused an international outcry, on Monday morning. The full reading was expected...