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    Kadyrov: Ukrainian PM A ‘Coward,’ ‘Nerd’ Who Couldn’t Fight
    Sep10

    Kadyrov: Ukrainian PM A ‘Coward,’ ‘Nerd’ Who Couldn’t Fight

    Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov says he had not heard of Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk having fought in Chechnya in the mid-1990s but says he is a “coward and traitor” who is “incapable of fighting.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Mulcair says NDP would immediately order military out of Iraq, but not Ukraine
    Sep10

    Mulcair says NDP would immediately order military out of Iraq, but not Ukraine

    OTTAWA — In promising an immediate end to combat operations in Iraq, an NDP government is swimming against an international tide — even French socialists in recent days have called for greater military action in the Middle East. The New Democrats would immediately halt Canada’s bombing campaign against Islamic State militants and withdraw...

    Russia offers more aid for Syria’s Assad, could worsen Europe’s migrant crisis
    Sep10

    Russia offers more aid for Syria’s Assad, could worsen Europe’s migrant crisis

    Russia’s move comes after Bulgaria, Ukraine and Greece blocked their airspace to Russian flights. …read more Source: USA...

    Russian court convicts man for Ukraine flag protest
    Sep10

    Russian court convicts man for Ukraine flag protest

    A court has jailed a man over a stunt in which an iconic Moscow rooftop was painted to resemble the Ukrainian flag. Vladimir Podrezov was sentenced to more than two years for being an accomplice to vandalism. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian court convicts one for pro-Ukrainian ‘vandalism’ (AFP)
    Sep10

    Russian court convicts one for pro-Ukrainian ‘vandalism’ (AFP)

    Moscow (AFP) – A Russian court on Thursday jailed a man for more than two years over a protest in which the top of a Moscow skyscraper was painted to resemble the Ukrainian flag. …read more Source: The West...

    Ukraine joins Western blockade of Russian military flights to Syria
    Sep10

    Ukraine joins Western blockade of Russian military flights to Syria

    Ukraine on Thursday announced that it was closing its airspace to Russian military flights bound for Syria, joining the NATO blockade of arms and military personnel that Western intelligence officials say signals a significant Kremlin buildup in the war-torn Middle East country. …read more Source: Los Angeles...

    Russian court hands out tough jail term for Ukrainian flag stunt
    Sep10

    Russian court hands out tough jail term for Ukrainian flag stunt

    A Russian court on Thursday convicted a Ukrainian man of helping try to paint his country’s national flag on a Moscow skyscraper as an act of protest against the Kremlin’s foreign policy and sentenced him to two years and three months in jail. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russian Gets Prison for Painting Star in Ukraine’s Colors
    Sep10

    Russian Gets Prison for Painting Star in Ukraine’s Colors

    A Russian court has sentenced a man to more than two years in prison for painting a star on the spire of a Moscow skyscraper in the colors of the Ukrainian flag. Four co-defendants were acquitted.The case reflects Russian objections to public displays of support for… …read more Source:...

    Two Soldiers Killed in East Ukraine Blast
    Sep10

    Two Soldiers Killed in East Ukraine Blast

    Ukraine on Thursday reported the death of two soldiers in a mine blast but no heavy fighting as a new truce with pro-Russian separatists appeared to be holding for the 10th day. …read more Source: Al-Manar...

    Ukraine PM calls second Russia-Germany pipeline ‘anti-European’ (AFP)
    Sep10

    Ukraine PM calls second Russia-Germany pipeline ‘anti-European’ (AFP)

    Bratislava (AFP) – Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Thursday criticised as “anti-Ukrainian and anti-European” a deal between Russia’s energy giant Gazprom and several Western firms to build a second gas pipeline under the Baltic Sea. …read more Source: The West...