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    Ukraine wants sanctions for 46 people in Savchenko case; Russia denies existence of list
    Mar18

    Ukraine wants sanctions for 46 people in Savchenko case; Russia denies existence of list

    Amy R. ConnollyMOSCOW, March 18 (UPI) — Ukraine is pressing for the European Union to impose sanctions on nearly 50 people it considers responsible for the “illegal detention” of Nadia Savchenko. …read more Source: United Press...

    EU Calls for More Countries to Impose Sanctions Over Crimea
    Mar18

    EU Calls for More Countries to Impose Sanctions Over Crimea

    …read more Source: The Jakarta...

    Rebel rep: Ukraine truce deal could take years to implement
    Mar18

    Rebel rep: Ukraine truce deal could take years to implement

    MOSCOW (AP) — A rebel representative at peace talks for eastern Ukraine says the truce deal between the Ukrainian government and separatists could take years to be implemented. …read more Source: U.S....

    The Obama Doctrine, Unplugged
    Mar18

    The Obama Doctrine, Unplugged

    Originally published by the Jerusalem Post. It was ironic that the day The Atlantic monthly published what was supposed to be the definitive work on US President Barack Obama’s foreign policy, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that he was removing the bulk of his military forces from Syria. Jeffrey Goldberg’s long profile...

    Europa League Quarterfinal Draw List
    Mar18

    Europa League Quarterfinal Draw List

    NYON, Switzerland (AP) — Draw Friday for the quarterfinals of the Europa League:First LegApril 7Braga (Portugal) vs. Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine)Villarreal (Spain) vs. Sparta Prague (Czech …read more Source: Taiwan...

    EU urges more countries to impose sanctions on Russia over Crimea
    Mar18

    EU urges more countries to impose sanctions on Russia over Crimea

    By Robin Emmott and Dmitry Solovyov The European Union called on Friday for more countries to impose sanctions on Russia over its annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula two years ago, but the Kremlin said Crimea was Russian land and its status non-negotiable. In a statement issued on the anniversary of the formal absorption of Crimea...

    Belarus president: We need order and responsible attitudes everywhere
    Mar18

    Belarus president: We need order and responsible attitudes everywhere

    The President said he believes that it would be very easy to let things slide in the country and it would be very expensive or impossible to get things together again. As an example Alexander Lukashenko mentioned the situation in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Trudeau set to appoint seven new Senators
    Mar18

    Trudeau set to appoint seven new Senators

    The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced that he will recommend the appointment of seven new Senators to the Governor General. The new, independent Senators will fill two vacancies in Manitoba, three in Ontario, and two in Quebec. “The Senate appointments I have announced today will help advance the important objective to transform the...

    Ukraine rebel rep. says truce deal could take years to implement
    Mar18

    Ukraine rebel rep. says truce deal could take years to implement

    Denis Pushilin said that the way the truce is implemented right now it could take 10 to 15 years to comply with all of its statures. …read more Source:...

    Political analyst: Russia tested its weapons in Syria
    Mar18

    Political analyst: Russia tested its weapons in Syria

    Syria is of no value for Russia, says Director of the Caucasus Institute Alexander Iskandaryan. He adds that during this period Russia has fulfilled its tasks in Syria that is why Russia decided to pull part of its troops out of Syria. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Armen Navasardyan says Russia’s move was not unexpected for...