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    Putin and Erdogan agree on need to boost efforts for Syria peace
    Nov14

    Putin and Erdogan agree on need to boost efforts for Syria peace

    SOCHI, Russia: Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed Monday on the need to boost efforts to achieve a lasting political settlement in Syria. Despite being on opposing sides of the Syrian conflict, Russia and Turkey have been working together since a 2016 reconciliation deal ended a crisis caused...

    Spain Sees Russian Interference in Catalonia Separatist Vote
    Nov14

    Spain Sees Russian Interference in Catalonia Separatist Vote

    Madrid believes Russian-based groups used online social media to heavily promote Catalonia’s independence referendum last month in an attempt to destabilize Spain, Spanish ministers said Monday. Spain’s defense and foreign ministers said they had evidence that state and private-sector Russian groups, as well as groups in Venezuela,...

    60,000 joined a Polish nationalist march. Should Jews be worried?
    Nov14

    60,000 joined a Polish nationalist march. Should Jews be worried?

    Some of the tens of thousands of nationalists who marched through Warsaw, Nov. 11, 2017. (Jakob Ratz/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images) (JTA) — The sight of far-right activists waving racist banners and shouting anti-Semitic slogans during a nationalist march in the capital of Poland over the weekend shocked many around the world. It was...

    Spain sees Russian interference in Catalonia separatist vote
    Nov14

    Spain sees Russian interference in Catalonia separatist vote

    Protesters hold the lights of their mobile phones during a demonstration called by pro-independence associations asking for the release of jailed Catalan activists and leaders, in Barcelona, Spain, November 11, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea BRUSSELS: Madrid believes Russian-based groups used online social media to heavily promote Catalonia’s...

    Political risk floors Russia’s Rosneft as rivals lift off
    Nov14

    Political risk floors Russia’s Rosneft as rivals lift off

    All around the world, oil company shares are in recovery mode, many of them climbing back to levels not seen since crude slumped three years ago. But Russia’s largest producer is still waiting for lift off.Rosneft shares have risen just over 3% since the end of June, just a fraction of the double-digit gains posted by Royal Dutch Shell,...

    PGNiG to double exports to Ukraine
    Nov14

    PGNiG to double exports to Ukraine

    WSE-listed gas giant PGNiG hopes to increase its sales to Ukraine twofold this year to 700-800 million cubic meters, company’s Deputy CEO Maciej Woźniak said. At end-Q3, PGNiG sold 430 million cubic meters to Kiev. In order to boost sales, the company is planning to launch a second connection via Czechia and Slovakia on top… This content is...

    NBP: Immigrants from Ukraine to reach 1.2 million at end-2017
    Nov14

    NBP: Immigrants from Ukraine to reach 1.2 million at end-2017

    The number of immigrants from the Ukraine in Poland will reach 1.2 million at the end of 2017, according to the Central Bank NBP’s forecasts. In the coming years, that figure should increase by 0.2-0.3 million people per annum. “At the end of this year, the number of immigrants from Ukraine may amount to about 1.2 million people – about 4...

    Canada, UN still hammering out details for peacekeeping mission as summit looms
    Nov14

    Canada, UN still hammering out details for peacekeeping mission as summit looms

    OTTAWA—A senior United Nations official says UN staff are in talks with Canadian counterparts about when, where and how Canadian military personnel and equipment will be employed on peacekeeping missions.But Jean-Pierre Lacroix, the undersecretary general of UN peacekeeping operations, tells The Canadian Press that no final decisions have been...

    May commits to European security and takes aim at Putin
    Nov13

    May commits to European security and takes aim at Putin

    LONDON — Russia is the “chief” threat to Europe’s security and the U.K. will remain “unconditionally” committed to countering it and maintaining the Continent’s security, Theresa May said Monday. In a strongly-worded speech aimed at Russian President Vladimir Putin, May accused Russia of trying to “weaponize information … to sow...

    Can Russia ‘Help’ as Much as Trump Says It Can?
    Nov13

    Can Russia ‘Help’ as Much as Trump Says It Can?

    Donald Trump has a message for the “haters and fools”—those who pounced on him when he suggested, aboard Air Force One this past weekend, that he placed greater faith in Vladimir Putin’s denials about interfering in the 2016 U.S. election than in the conclusions of the “political hacks” in his own intelligence agencies.“Having a good...