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    Ukraine, Baltic Leaders Blast Russian-German Pipeline Plan
    Nov07

    Ukraine, Baltic Leaders Blast Russian-German Pipeline Plan

    Ukrainian and the Baltic leaders have blasted a planned second Nord Stream pipeline to funnel natural gas from Russia to Germany under the Baltic Sea. The project would cost Ukraine $2 billion a year …read more Source: Big News...

    Ministers Agree To Aim For Withdrawal Of Heavy Weapons In Ukraine
    Nov07

    Ministers Agree To Aim For Withdrawal Of Heavy Weapons In Ukraine

    Foreign Ministers from Ukraine, Russia, Germany, and France agreed to try to complete a withdrawal of heavy weaponry from the frontlines in eastern Ukraine, Germany’s foreign minister said November 6. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    POLITICO Playbook Plus — Trading places — Danish drama — the Thatcher look
    Nov07

    POLITICO Playbook Plus — Trading places — Danish drama — the Thatcher look

    DANISH EUROCRITIC DERAILED IN MONEY SCANDAL: A year ago Morten Messerschmidt was riding high. More than 10 percent of Danish voters cast ballots for him in the 2014 European election, the third highest number of votes for a single candidate in all of Europe for that election. He promised to fix the EU and make it more transparent: “The EU is a...

    India To Provide Four Mi-25 Attack Helicopters To Afghanistan
    Nov07

    India To Provide Four Mi-25 Attack Helicopters To Afghanistan

    The government of India is expected to provide four Mi-25 attack helicopters to Afghanistan as the Afghan National Security Advisor Mohammad Hanif Atmar is likely to visit the country on Saturday. The official announcement of transfer of helicopters will possibly take place in few days, according to Indian Express. “We are going to give...

    Russian and Egyptian officials are not to be trusted over airline crash
    Nov07

    Russian and Egyptian officials are not to be trusted over airline crash

    Russian tourists at Sharm el-Sheikh airport, in Egypt, on Friday. (Khaled Elfiqi/European Pressphoto Agency) By Editorial Board November 6 at 8:43 PM THE CRASH of a Russian airliner in the Sinai Peninsula last week posed an immediate test for Russia, whose citizens made up most of the 224 killed, and for Egypt, which is responsible for security...

    Football: Mourinho faces laundry list of problems
    Nov07

    Football: Mourinho faces laundry list of problems

    LONDON (AFP) – Jose Mourinho has vowed to abide by the rules when the embattled Chelsea manager serves his stadium ban at Stoke on Saturday.The terms of Mourinhos punishment for verbally abusing referee Jonathan Moss during a recent defeat at West Ham mean he will not be allowed to enter the Britannia Stadium, before, during or after the...

    Gas transit through Ukraine a strategic priority for EU
    Nov07

    Gas transit through Ukraine a strategic priority for EU

    The contract for gas supply transit between Russia and Ukraine will expire in 2019 and if not renewed Russian gas might not flow through the Bratstvo gas pipeline through Slovakia to Europe anymore, European Commission vice-chair for Energy Union Maros Sefcovic told TABLET.TV on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Tennis: ‘Crazy’ win puts Svitolina into Zhuhai semis
    Nov07

    Tennis: ‘Crazy’ win puts Svitolina into Zhuhai semis

    HONG KONG (AFP) – Ukraines Elina Svitolina battled back from behind to beat Carla Suarez Navarro in a crazy match and grab the last place in the WTA Elite Trophy semi-finals on Sunday.The world number 20 narrowly lost a marathon, 80-minute first set but she hit back to win 6-7 (4/7), 6-1, 6-3 and reach the last four in the inaugural...

    Germany, France See Progress in Ukraine Peace Talks
    Nov07

    Germany, France See Progress in Ukraine Peace Talks

    Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists have agreed to complete a withdrawal of heavy weaponry from their frontlines in eastern Ukraine, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Friday after a round of peace talks in Berlin. More than 8,000 people have been killed in fighting between Kyiv’s forces and the separatists in...

    Mourinho rant triggered stadium ban
    Nov07

    Mourinho rant triggered stadium ban

    London (AFP) – Jose Mourinho is serving his one-match stadium ban at Stoke this weekend after a foul-mouthed rant at referee Jonathan Moss, the Football Association revealed on Friday.The FA have released the written reasons for the case, which Mourinho opted not to contest and say Mourinho refused to leave the officials’ dressing...