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    Kiev Is Fueling the War in Eastern Ukraine, Too
    Feb06

    Kiev Is Fueling the War in Eastern Ukraine, Too

    A muted White House isn’t just emboldening the Kremlin — it’s inciting the politics of war throughout Ukraine. …read more Source: Foreign...

    EU vows to stick to Russia sanctions despite Trump’s bid for detente
    Feb06

    EU vows to stick to Russia sanctions despite Trump’s bid for detente

    The European Union will keep sanctions on Russia until Moscow drops its support for the separatist rebellion in Ukraine, foreign ministers said on Monday, as U.S. President Donald Trump promises better ties with the Kremlin. …read more Source: Channel...

    5 Reasons China and America Could Go to War
    Feb06

    5 Reasons China and America Could Go to War

    Harry J. Kazianis Security, Asia Would it go nuclear? While thankfully the chances of all-out war are remote, as all parties would have a tremendous amount to lose—including their own lives in a nuclear confrontation—the possibility remains, as history has taught us all too well. Here we will explore five ways Washington and Beijing could find...

    Ex-acting CIA chief suggests Trump has ‘some special bond’ with Putin
    Feb06

    Ex-acting CIA chief suggests Trump has ‘some special bond’ with Putin

    Former acting CIA Director Michael Morell said President Donald Trump’s statements on Russia have been “very bizarre†and suggested there is “some special bond†between Trump and Vladimir Putin that is undermining U.S. interests. “It suggests that he doesn’t have a good...

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months
    Feb06

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months

    AVDIYIVKA, Ukraine (Reuters) – A week-long surge in violence in and around the government-held town of Avdiyivka in eastern Ukraine appeared to be winding down on Monday, as schools reopened and power and water supplies resumed following the worst clashes in months. …read more Source: Libya...

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months
| Reuters
    Feb06

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months | Reuters

    By Sergei Takhmazov and Natalia Zinets | AVDIYIVKA, Ukraine AVDIYIVKA, Ukraine A week-long surge in violence in and around the government-held town of Avdiyivka in eastern Ukraine appeared to be winding down on Monday, as schools reopened and power and water supplies resumed following the worst clashes in months.Last week aid agencies warned of a...

    Battle for Avdiivka reveals bigger Ukraine power game
    Feb06

    Battle for Avdiivka reveals bigger Ukraine power game

    Bombardment of town coincided with call between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump …read more Source: Financial...

    EU vows to stick to Russia sanctions despite Trump's bid for detente
    Feb06

    EU vows to stick to Russia sanctions despite Trump's bid for detente

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union will keep sanctions on Russia until Moscow drops its support for the separatist rebellion in Ukraine, foreign ministers said on Monday, as U.S. President Donald Trump promises better ties with the Kremlin. …read more Source: The...

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months
    Feb06

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months

    AVDIYIVKA, Ukraine – A week-long surge in violence in and around the government-held town of Avdiyivka in eastern Ukraine appeared to be winding down on Monday, as schools reopened and power and water supplies resumed following the worst clashes in months. … …read more Source:...

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months
    Feb06

    Frontline town in Ukraine gets breathing space after worst shelling in months

    AVDIYIVKA, Ukraine (Reuters) – A week-long surge in violence in and around the government-held town of Avdiyivka in eastern Ukraine appeared to be winding down on Monday, as schools reopened and power and water supplies resumed following the worst clashes in months. …read more Source:...