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    Putin Kissing Wilders Poster Banned by Dutch Rail
    Mar21

    Putin Kissing Wilders Poster Banned by Dutch Rail

    Posters showing Russian President Vladimir Putin and Dutch right-wing leader Geert Wilders kissing have been banned from railway stations and bus shelters in the Netherlands, Dutch public broadcaster NOS reports. According to NOS, the posters, designed by the youth wing of the Netherlands’ Labour Party and which show Wilders and Putin in a...

    Russian Official Warns Of Potential Destabilization In Crimea
    Mar21

    Russian Official Warns Of Potential Destabilization In Crimea

    The head of Russia’s Security Council says Ukrainian nationalism and economic pressures could destabilize the security situation on the Crimean Peninsula, which Moscow annexed from Ukraine two years ago. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Sentencing expected tomorrow for Ukrainian pilot
    Mar21

    Sentencing expected tomorrow for Ukrainian pilot

    DONETSK, Russia (AP) — A Russian court has begun reading a verdict for a Ukrainian pilot (Nadezhda Savchenko) who is charged with complicity to murder two Russian journalists in eastern Ukraine. The judge quoted arguments by prosecutors who said the pilot called-in the coordinates for shelling that killed the two journalists and several civilians...

    Russian court poised to find Ukrainian pilot guilty for deaths of journalists in ‘Stalinist-era show trial’
    Mar21

    Russian court poised to find Ukrainian pilot guilty for deaths of journalists in ‘Stalinist-era show trial’

    Lt. Nadiya Savchenko had been accused of helping the Ukrainian army target the shelling that led to the June 2014 deaths of two Russian journalists in eastern Ukraine …read more Source: Vancouver...

    Russian court poised to find Ukrainian pilot guilty for deaths of journalists in ‘Stalinist-era show trial’
    Mar21

    Russian court poised to find Ukrainian pilot guilty for deaths of journalists in ‘Stalinist-era show trial’

    MOSCOW – A Russian court appeared Monday to lay the groundwork for a guilty verdict against a Ukrainian helicopter pilot nicknamed Ukraine’s “Joan of Arc,” Russian news agencies reported, wrapping up a trial over the 2014 deaths of two Russian journalists that has revived memories of Stalin-era show trials. There was, however, initial...

    Russian judge says Ukrainian pilot Savchenko killed reporters
    Mar21

    Russian judge 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...

    As early as in April Ucom and Orange Armenia subscribers will integrate under single Ucom brand
    Mar21

    As early as in April Ucom and Orange Armenia subscribers will integrate under single Ucom brand

    Ucom and Orange Armenia entered the phase of brand change and will soon integrate under single Ucom brand. Ucom CEO Hayk Yesayan made this announcement at the meeting with journalists today, noting that the brand change phase will took place in April, followed by new offers, packages and services. He said the Ucom will assume the responsibility...

    Ukrainian pilot accused of murdering Russian journalists awaits verdict – video
    Mar21

    Ukrainian pilot accused of murdering Russian journalists awaits verdict – video

    A Russian judge in the trial of Nadazhda Savchenko says the evidence points towards a guilty verdict for the murder of two Russian journalists in east Ukraine. Savchenko is accused of premeditated murder, which the procesution say was motivated by an ethnic hatred of RussiansRussian judge says evidence supports guilty verdict in trial of...

    Russian court apparently convicts Ukraine pilot
    Mar21

    Russian court apparently convicts Ukraine pilot

    A Russian court on Monday apparently convicted a Ukrainian pilot in connection with the murder of two Russian journalists and several civilians, according to Russian state media, although the verdict was still being read out. …read more Source: USA...

    Ukrainian president’s wife asks US first lady to help Savchenko
    Mar21

    Ukrainian president’s wife asks US first lady to help Savchenko

    KIEV, Ukraine: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko’s wife appealed to US first lady Michelle Obama on Monday to join the international campaign to secure the release and return of Nadiya Savchenko from Russia. Ukrainian army helicopter pilot Savchenko is accused in the June 2014 killing of two Russian journalists in her war-torn...