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    War ruining Ukraine’s development hopes: president
    Sep28

    War ruining Ukraine’s development hopes: president

    Sustainable development not achievable while conflict in east rages, Petro Poroshenko tells UN …read more Source: World...

    Obama, Putin to confront tensions on Syria, Ukraine
    Sep28

    Obama, Putin to confront tensions on Syria, Ukraine

    Face-to-face for the first time in nearly a year, President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday will confront rising tensions over Moscow’s military engagement in Syria, as well as the stubborn… …read more Source: WAVE 3...

    Putin heads for UN showdown with Obama over Syria
    Sep28

    Putin heads for UN showdown with Obama over Syria

    United Nations (United States) (AFP) – Russian President Vladimir Putin squared up for a clash Monday with his US counterpart Barack Obama at the United Nations as the Kremlin leader pushes for a new coalition against the Islamic State group.Putin and Obama are due to make competing speeches before the UN General Assembly in New York, and...

    Anti-war protests held in Russian cities
    Sep28

    Anti-war protests held in Russian cities

    As part of peace rallies in Russia on Sunday, September 27, some 200 people gathered in St. Petersburg and around 30 activists in Moscow calling on Russia to withdraw its soldiers from Ukraine and not to engage in warfare in Syria. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    Dutch expected to vote on EU-Ukraine treaty
    Sep28

    Dutch expected to vote on EU-Ukraine treaty

    The Dutch electorate is expected to be given the chance to vote on an EU-Ukraine treaty in a referendum, in what would be the first citizen-enforced plebiscite in the country’s history. …read more Source:...

    Latvian president emphasizes importance of UN Security Council’s role in solving Ukraine crisis
    Sep28

    Latvian president emphasizes importance of UN Security Council’s role in solving Ukraine crisis

    During a meeting yesterday with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on the sidelines of the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis praised the secretary-general’s personal involvement and principle position in regard to the international violations being committed in Ukraine, reports LETA....

    Obama, Putin to confront tensions on Syria, Ukraine
    Sep28

    Obama, Putin to confront tensions on Syria, Ukraine

    NEW YORK (AP) — Face-to-face for the first time in nearly a year, President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday will… …read more Source:...

    Putin heads for UN showdown with Obama over Syria
    Sep28

    Putin heads for UN showdown with Obama over Syria

    United Nations (United States) (AFP) – Russian President Vladimir Putin squared up for a clash Monday with his US counterpart Barack Obama at the United Nations as the Kremlin leader pushes for a new coalition against the Islamic State group.Putin and Obama are due to make competing speeches before the UN General Assembly in New York, and...

    Kerry says fighting ISIL needs to be coordinated
    Sep28

    Kerry says fighting ISIL needs to be coordinated

    US Secretary of State John Kerry has stressed the need for a coordinated effort to uproot the Daesh (ISIL) Takfiri group in the Middle East. “I think the critical thing is that all of the efforts need to be coordinated. This is not yet coordinated. I think we have concerns about how we are going to go forward,” he told reporters on...

    Putin says Russia has no plans to deploy combat troops in Syria
    Sep28

    Putin says Russia has no plans to deploy combat troops in Syria

    MOSCOW: Russia has no plans for now to deploy combat troops in Syria, President Vladimir Putin (pix) said on Sunday, addressing US concerns about a Russian military build-up. In an interview with US television networks recorded ahead of a meeting with US President Barack Obama, Putin said the aim of Russia’s military presence in Syria was...