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    Lawyer Says Deal Struck For Savchenko’s Return To Ukraine
    Feb06

    Lawyer Says Deal Struck For Savchenko’s Return To Ukraine

    The lead defense lawyer for Ukrainian pilot and Verkhovna Rada deputy Nadia Savchenko says Russia and Ukraine have agreed to the conditions of her return to Ukraine. Lawyer Mark Feigin told Ukraine’s …read more Source: Big News...

    Germany’s troubles are bad news for Europe
    Feb06

    Germany’s troubles are bad news for Europe

    REUTERS/Michaela RehleThe great British geographer Halford Mackinder invented the term “geopolitics” over 100 years ago. He painted a grand vision of international relations that revolved around one fear: dominance of what he called the “Heartland” of Eurasia. Mackinder believed the road to dominance ran through Eastern Europe. His ideas have...

    Andrey Pivovarsky: New Silk Road to start functioning on regular basis in March
    Feb06

    Andrey Pivovarsky: New Silk Road to start functioning on regular basis in March

    A freight train on Ukraine-Georgia-Azerbaijan-Kazakhstan-China route will start running on a regular basis in March 2016, Ukrainian Minister of Infrastructure Andrey Pivovarsky said, AzerTag reports citing Ukrinform. …read more Source:...

    Lawyer Says Deal Struck For Savchenko’s Return To Ukraine
    Feb06

    Lawyer Says Deal Struck For Savchenko’s Return To Ukraine

    The lead defense lawyer for Ukrainian pilot and Verkhovna Rada deputy Nadia Savchenko says Russia and Ukraine have agreed to the conditions of her return to Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian Ex-Premier’s Visit to Washington Highlights Obstacles Facing Peace Pact
    Feb06

    Ukrainian Ex-Premier’s Visit to Washington Highlights Obstacles Facing Peace Pact

    Yulia V. Tymoshenko said she would staunchly oppose constitutional changes that the United States and European powers view as crucial to a peace agreement with Russia. …read more Source: The New York...

    Ukrainian government ready to quit in protest against reshuffle: PM
    Feb06

    Ukrainian government ready to quit in protest against reshuffle: PM

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk said Friday that his entire government is ready to resign if parliament decides to lay off at least one of the ministers. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Advantage Sevilla
    Feb05

    Advantage Sevilla

    MADRID — French striker Kevin Gameiro scored twice after missing a first-half penalty to help Sevilla beat Celta Vigo 4-0 in the first leg of their Copa del Rey semifinal Thursday. Gameiro had his penalty saved by Celta goalkeeper Ruben Blanco in the 28th minute, but made amends with goals from counterattacks in the 59th and 62nd minutes. Fellow...

    Pellegrini could snub FA Cup in Euro scheduling row
    Feb05

    Pellegrini could snub FA Cup in Euro scheduling row

    LONDON – Manuel Pellegrini is on a collision course with the Football Association after Manchester City’s FA Cup tie against Chelsea was moved to just three days before the club’s Champions League clash with Dynamo Kiev. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Media Leaders Urge Stronger Protection for Journalists
    Feb05

    Media Leaders Urge Stronger Protection for Journalists

    Governments, courts and media organizations must do more to prevent violence against journalists covering war, crime or corruption, news industry leaders insisted Friday. “Whether by murder, violence, arrest or intimidation, the crimes taking place against journalists have become far too common. In fact, they’ve become...

    Media Leaders Urge Stronger Protection for Journalists
    Feb05

    Media Leaders Urge Stronger Protection for Journalists

    Governments, courts and media organizations must do more to prevent violence against journalists covering war, crime or corruption, news industry leaders insisted Friday. “Whether by murder, violence, arrest or intimidation, the crimes taking place against journalists have become far too common. In fact, they’ve become...