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    Bild: Putin says he wants global cooperation against terrorism
    Jan11

    Bild: Putin says he wants global cooperation against terrorism

    MOSCOW: Russia wants to fight terrorism jointly with the rest of the world, President Vladimir Putin said in an interview published on Monday, while again accusing the West of exacerbating international crises that had contributed to it. “We are faced with common threats, and we still want all countries, both in Europe and the whole world, to...

    PUTIN: The deterioration of Russia’s relationship with the West is the result of many ‘mistakes’
    Jan11

    PUTIN: The deterioration of Russia’s relationship with the West is the result of many ‘mistakes’

    Daniel Biskup/BILDRussian President Vladimir Putin told the German daily newspaper BILD that he believes Russia’s deteriorating relationship with the West was the result of many “mistakes” made by NATO, the US and Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union. “We have done everything wrong,” Putin told BILD...

    Almaty Police use IMEI Codes to Disable Stolen Cell Phones, Deter Thefts
    Jan11

    Almaty Police use IMEI Codes to Disable Stolen Cell Phones, Deter Thefts

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA –Policemen inAlmaty have begun disabling stolen mobile devices by International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) codes. Officials hope the effort will lower cell phone thefts by 25 percent at the initial stage of the technique’s implementation,...

    Ukraine desperate for U.S. surveillance equipment in standoff with Russia
    Jan11

    Ukraine desperate for U.S. surveillance equipment in standoff with Russia

    When Ukraine’s border defense forces look east and south, they see nothing but Russian trouble. Yet for one of the world’s most dangerous stretches of territory, the Ukrainians are woefully short of devices to spy on the other side to anticipate the next attack and spot intruders. Pockets of pro-Moscow … …read more Source:...

    THE PUTIN INTERVIEW: Russian president defends recent aggression, blames US and Europe for rising tensions
    Jan11

    THE PUTIN INTERVIEW: Russian president defends recent aggression, blames US and Europe for rising tensions

    Daniel Biskup/BILDGermany’s leading newspaper Bild has published an exclusive interview with Russia’s president Vladimir Putin. In partnership with Bild, Business Insider has published an English translation below. Putin discussed the Kremlin’s relationship with Germany, tensions with the NATO alliance, and the common threat of...

    EU sanctions are ‘theater of the absurd’ — Putin
    Jan11

    EU sanctions are ‘theater of the absurd’ — Putin

    The EU’s sanctions on Russia in the wake of the Ukraine crisis are “absurd,” President Vladimir Putin said in a German newspaper interview, in which he blamed the eastward expansion of NATO for replacing the Berlin Wall with “invisible walls” between Russia and Europe. “What the European Union is doing with those sanctions is nothing but a...

    Dutch PM says will push for ?yes? in Ukraine vote
    Jan11

    Dutch PM says will push for ?yes? in Ukraine vote

    AMSTERDAM: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said he would argue for a “yes” vote in an upcoming referendum on a treaty on closer ties between the European Union and Ukraine which threatens to overshadow his presidency of the 28-member… …read more Source: The News...

    New rotation of Canadian soldiers left today for training mission in Ukraine
    Jan11

    New rotation of Canadian soldiers left today for training mission in Ukraine

    A flight with over 100 Canadian soldiers took off for Ukraine earlier today from Jean-Lesage International Airport in Quebec, according to the Canadian Forces. Eventually some 200 CF members, the majority from the Québec City area, will be sent to Ukraine in order to take part in Operation UNIFIER. These members, who will form Joint Task Force...

    Christmas in Kyiv: Ukraine’s Holiday From the War Comes to an End
    Jan11

    Christmas in Kyiv: Ukraine’s Holiday From the War Comes to an End

    KYIV, Ukraine—Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas on Jan. 7. So in Ukraine’s capital city, the holiday season is still in full swing. The festivities in Kyiv leading up to Thursday, Jan. 7, reflect the continuance of normal life despite the frozen conflict in eastern Ukraine and looming battles on the nation’s domestic political...

    Dutch PM says  will push for ‘yes’   in Ukraine vote
    Jan10

    Dutch PM says will push for ‘yes’ in Ukraine vote

    AMSTERDAM: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said he would argue for a “yes” vote in an upcoming referendum on a treaty on closer ties between the European Union and Ukraine, which threatens to overshadow his presidency of the 28-member bloc. Rutte’s remarks came a day after European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker warned that a...