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    Ukraine bans Russian cargo trucks in tit-for-tat move
    Feb15

    Ukraine bans Russian cargo trucks in tit-for-tat move

    Ukraine has banned Russian trucks from crossing its territory in response to a similar move by Moscow, Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Monday. Diplomatic and trade ties between Russia and Ukraine have broken down over Russia’s annexation of the Crimean Peninsula and a pro-Russian separatist conflict, a dispute that has now hit road...

    Remembering the fallen
    Feb15

    Remembering the fallen

    A woman lays flowers at the war memorial for former Soviet Union soldiers who died in the war in Afghanistan (1979-89), at a ceremony in Kiev on Monday. …read more Source: Global...

    Ukraine Deputy Prosecutor Resigns, Saying Cases Blocked
    Feb15

    Ukraine Deputy Prosecutor Resigns, Saying Cases Blocked

    A Ukrainian deputy general prosecutor has resigned, saying he made the decision because of endemic corruption in the country’s judicial system and a lack of political will …read more Source: ABC...

    Russian trucks barred from passing through Ukraine
    Feb15

    Russian trucks barred from passing through Ukraine

    Kiev has temporarily banned Russian trucks from crossing Ukrainian territory in an apparent tit for tat measure.”Ukraine has temporarily suspended … transit permits for cargo vehicles with Russian registrations,” Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Monday in a statement. Diplomatic and trade ties between Russia and Ukraine have...

    Azerbaijani female wrestlers win 7 medals in Kiev
    Feb15

    Azerbaijani female wrestlers win 7 medals in Kiev

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    Exclusive: Russia’s Prime Minister on Syria, Sanctions and a New Cold War
    Feb15

    Exclusive: Russia’s Prime Minister on Syria, Sanctions and a New Cold War

    More On Feb. 13, Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev sat down for an interview with TIME on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference, an annual gathering of military and political leaders from around the world, to discuss Russia’s role in the Syrian conflict, its tense relations with the West and a range of other issues. The...

    Obama’s Failed Legacy in Afghanistan
    Feb15

    Obama’s Failed Legacy in Afghanistan

    Last year Foreign Affairs ran a special section on President Barack Obama’s foreign policy legacy. The section included essays on the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, terrorism, Europe, Asia, and a pair of dueling assessments of the Administration’s overall performance. Curiously, the entire section was almost entirely silent about...

    Iran wrestlers rank first in Ukraine international tournament
    Feb15

    Iran wrestlers rank first in Ukraine international tournament

    Iranian freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestlers ace at the 20th edition of Outstanding Ukrainian Wrestlers and Coaches Memorial in Kiev. …read more Source:...

    Moscow: Turkey not to drive a wedge into our relations with Azerbaijan
    Feb15

    Moscow: Turkey not to drive a wedge into our relations with Azerbaijan

    The spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova has commented on the statement by the Prime Minister of Turkey, Ahmet Davutoglu made during his visit to Ukraine, Oxu.Az reports. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian prosecutor quits over corruption as government teeters
    Feb15

    Ukrainian prosecutor quits over corruption as government teeters

    A senior Ukrainian prosecutor resigned on Monday, calling the office he worked for a “hotbed of corruption”, another blow to government attempts to clean up the judiciary, a crucial step to unlock more Western aid. …read more Source: Channel...