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    Ukrainian pilot held in Russia relaxes dry hunger strike
    Mar10

    Ukrainian pilot held in Russia relaxes dry hunger strike

    A Ukrainian pilot being held in Russia has relaxed her dry hunger strike. Nadiya Savchenko, who is accused of murdering two Russian journalists, is… …read more Source:...

    Varuzhan Sukiasyan didn’t call up Yura Movsisyan
    Mar10

    Varuzhan Sukiasyan didn’t call up Yura Movsisyan

    A friendly match between Armenia and Belarus will take place in Republican stadium after Vazgen Sargsyan on March 25. As the press service of the Football Federation of Armenia informs, our team will also have a training camp in FFA Technical centre/Football academy on March 21-25. Armenian national team head coach Varuzhan Sukiasyan called up 12...

    Russia’s Defense Ministry Buys Five Military Dolphins
    Mar10

    Russia’s Defense Ministry Buys Five Military Dolphins

    Russia’s Ministry of Defense is planning to acquire five dolphins for military purposes, Russian state news agency Itar-Tass reported. A bid for two female and three male dolphins was posted on Russia’s public procurement website, for a total of $25,000. What the dolphins will be used for by the Ministry of Defense is not made clear,...

    Germany tells Russia to ‘immediately release’ Ukraine pilot
    Mar10

    Germany tells Russia to ‘immediately release’ Ukraine pilot

    Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko defiantly addresses the court during her trial in the southern Russian town of Donetsk, on March 9, 2016/AFPBERLIN, Germany, March 10 – Berlin on Wednesday called for the immediate release of Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko, saying her trial in Russia went against a peace deal aimed at ending a...

    News24.com | Ukrainian pilot on hunger strike agrees to take water
    Mar10

    News24.com | Ukrainian pilot on hunger strike agrees to take water

    A Ukrainian pilot on trial in Russia says she has agreed to take water, but will continue a hunger strike following an appeal by Ukraine’s president. …read more Source:...

    MEPs Calling for Savchenko””s Release Support Journalists”” Murder
    Mar10

    MEPs Calling for Savchenko””s Release Support Journalists”” Murder

    10 de marzo de 2016, 09:36Moscow, Mar 10 (Prensa Latina) The Russian lawmaker, Irina Yarovaya, said today that the MEPs calling for the release of the Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko want to promote and absolve the murders of journalists. …read more Source: Prensa...

    Russia carries out creeping occupation of Georgia, Margvelashvili
    Mar10

    Russia carries out creeping occupation of Georgia, Margvelashvili

    Giorgi Margvelashvili, the President of Georgia has accused Russia of carrying out creeping occupation against Georgia. Speaking today in Baku at the Global Forum, he said that “the overall security in the Caucasus region violate creeping Russian occupation in Georgia, the events in Ukraine, the growing threat of terrorism and refugee...

    Merkel’s Turkish gamble: breakthrough or landmine in migrant crisis?
    Mar10

    Merkel’s Turkish gamble: breakthrough or landmine in migrant crisis?

    For the second time since Europe’s migration crisis began last year, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has stunned her European Union partners by staking her political capital on a unilateral initiative and demanding their support.After rolling out the welcome mat in September for Syrian refugees streaming into Europe, to the alarm of many...

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine
    Mar10

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine

    European Union governments extended on Thursday sanctions on Russians and Ukrainians targeted in 2014 over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, keeping asset freezes and travel bans in place until mid-September. …read more Source: Channel...

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine
    Mar10

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union governments extended on Thursday sanctions on Russians and Ukrainians targeted in 2014 over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, keeping asset freezes and travel bans in place until mid-September. …read more Source: The...