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    News24.com | NATO, Russia to hold highest-level talks since Crimea annexation
    Apr20

    News24.com | NATO, Russia to hold highest-level talks since Crimea annexation

    NATO and Russia begin their highest level talks for nearly two years, in a bid to ease military tensions over the Baltic Sea and the simmering violence still gripping eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    First Russia-NATO Council since June 2014 Kicks Off in Brussels
    Apr20

    First Russia-NATO Council since June 2014 Kicks Off in Brussels

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on April 8 the council agenda would include the “crisis in and around Ukraine, military activity, transparency, risk reductions and Afghanistan.” …read more Source:...

    NATO-Russia Council meeting for 1st time since 2014
    Apr20

    NATO-Russia Council meeting for 1st time since 2014

    BRUSSELS (AP) — The NATO-Russia Council is meeting for the first time in nearly two years, with the U.S.-led alliance planning to object to what it deems provocative and dangerous actions by Moscow’s military. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday’s meeting at alliance headquarters is being held to exchange views on...

    NATO, Russia to hold highest-level talks since Crimea annexation
    Apr20

    NATO, Russia to hold highest-level talks since Crimea annexation

    NATO and Russia begin their highest level talks for nearly two years on April 20, in a bid to ease military tensions over the Baltic Sea and the simmering violence still gripping eastern Ukraine …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    NATO, Russia to hold highest-level talks since Crimea annexation
    Apr20

    NATO, Russia to hold highest-level talks since Crimea annexation

    BRUSSELS: NATO and Russia begin their highest-level talks for nearly two years on Wednesday, in a bid to ease military tensions over the Baltic Sea and the simmering violence still gripping eastern Ukraine. The meeting of the NATO-Russia Council will be the first since Russia annexed Crimea in 2014, when the alliance cut off all practical ties...

    Brussels attacks, referendum: little impact on Dutch voting plans
    Apr20

    Brussels attacks, referendum: little impact on Dutch voting plans

    The attacks in Brussels and the Ukraine referendum have had little impact on potential voting patterns in the Netherlands, according… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine pilot deal poses questions on EU sanctions
    Apr20

    Ukraine pilot deal poses questions on EU sanctions

    Ukraine has said that the Kremlin is ready to free Nadia Savchenko, a captured pilot, in a symbolic exchange that could be tied to EU sanctions on Russia. …read more Source:...

    FIFA president Infantino claims World Cup 2018 could be first with video technology
    Apr20

    FIFA president Infantino claims World Cup 2018 could be first with video technology

    FIFA president Gianni Infantino said that testing is to begin on video technology that could be ready to use at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Speaking during a visit to Moscow to check on preparations for the 2018 football showpiece, Infantino also said the hard graft “starts now” in the crisis-hit country. But after the International...

    About 30 Crimean Tatars went missing after Crimea’s annexation by Russia
    Apr20

    About 30 Crimean Tatars went missing after Crimea’s annexation by Russia

    A1+ Company has interviewed Sevgil Musayeva-Borovyk, Editor-in-Chief of “Ukrainska Pravda.” She speaks about similarities and differences of conflicts over Crimea and Nagorno-Karabakh. …read more Source:...

    Jean-Claude Juncker: ‘EU interferes too much’
    Apr20

    Jean-Claude Juncker: ‘EU interferes too much’

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Tuesday that the EU has “lost its attractiveness” because it interferes too much in people’s lives. The EU is involved in “too many domains where member states are better placed to take action,” Juncker told members of national parliaments in a debate at the Council of Europe in...