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    Russia arrests head of Ukrainian library in Moscow
    Oct29

    Russia arrests head of Ukrainian library in Moscow

    Powerful Investigative Committee says library chief Natalya Sharina was charged with inciting ethnic hatred and violating human dignity by distributing books …read more Source: World...

    Russian police detain director of Ukrainian library in Moscow
    Oct29

    Russian police detain director of Ukrainian library in Moscow

    Investigative committee tells court to arrest Natalya Sharina over ‘anti-Russian propaganda’Russian police detained the director of a Ukrainian library in Moscow on suspicion of inciting ethnic hatred, in the latest twist of the ongoing standoff between the two nations.The Russian investigative committee said in a statement on Thursday it...

    Turkmenistan, Ukraine conduct business talks
    Oct29

    Turkmenistan, Ukraine conduct business talks

    Turkmenistan’s President Gurbanguly Berdimuhammadov and his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko held business negotiations in Ashgabaton October 29, a source close to the talks told Trend. …read more Source:...

    Russia arrests head of Ukrainian library in Moscow (AFP)
    Oct29

    Russia arrests head of Ukrainian library in Moscow (AFP)

    Moscow (AFP) – Russian investigators said on Thursday they had raided the library of Ukrainian literature in Moscow and detained its 58-year-old head, with ties between the two ex-Soviet neighbours in tatters. …read more Source: The West...

    Russia detains head of Ukrainian library for stocking ‘extremist’ books
    Oct29

    Russia detains head of Ukrainian library for stocking ‘extremist’ books

    Russian investigators said on Thursday they had detained the director of a Moscow library specialising in Ukrainian literature and opened a criminal case to establish whether she was guilty of inciting ethnic hatred. The arrest of 58-year-old Natalya Sharina followed a search of the library which investigators said had uncovered printed material...

    Dnepropetrovsk adopts resolution on Armenian Genocide recognition
    Oct29

    Dnepropetrovsk adopts resolution on Armenian Genocide recognition

    The statement issued by Azerbaijani mass media that allegedly the Mayor of Ukraine’s Dnepropetrovsk city has denied the draft resolution on Armenian Genocide recognition does not correspond to reality. …read more Source:...

    Director of Ukrainian Library Detained in Moscow
    Oct29

    Director of Ukrainian Library Detained in Moscow

    Russian police on Thursday detained the director of a Ukrainian library in Moscow on suspicion of inciting ethnic hatred in the latest twist of the ongoing stand-off between the two nations. The Russian investigative committee said in a statement that it has asked a court to arrest 58-year old Natalya Sharina after the investigators found books...

    What’s causing Obama’s sleepless nights?
    Oct29

    What’s causing Obama’s sleepless nights?

    With the conclusion of a much-ballyhooed summit meeting between the leaders of the two largest economic superpowers in the 21st century, one would expect that peace would reign in the vast Asia-Pacific region. But this is farthest from the truth because the summit didn’t really accomplish anything but allow U.S. President Barack Obama and...

    Director of Ukrainian library detained in Moscow
    Oct29

    Director of Ukrainian library detained in Moscow

    MOSCOW (AP) ” Russian investigators say the police have detained the director of a Ukrainian library in Moscow on suspicion of inciting ethnic hatred.The Russian investigative committee said in a statement on Thursday that it has… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Director of Ukrainian library detained in Moscow
    Oct29

    Director of Ukrainian library detained in Moscow

    Russian investigators say the police have detained the director of a Ukrainian library in Moscow on suspicion of inciting ethnic hatred. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...