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    Behind Russia’s TV propaganda machine
    Sep02

    Behind Russia’s TV propaganda machine

    Fascists in Ukraine, enemies in America: it’s staple fare on Russia’s state-controlled television. A study reveals the effectiveness of Putin’s propaganda machine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia risks Japanese ire with Far East war commemoration
    Sep02

    Russia risks Japanese ire with Far East war commemoration

    MOSCOW- Russia staged a military parade on Wednesday to commemorate seizing a group of Pacific islands from Japan at the end of World War Two, a move likely to inflame tensions over a long-running territorial dispute with Tokyo.The show of force, the first of its kind on the island of Sakhalin in Russia’s Far East, is part of a push by...

    Vice-Prime Minister of Ukraine announces resignation
    Sep02

    Vice-Prime Minister of Ukraine announces resignation

    Being a member of the Radical Party faction, Vice-Prime Minister of Ukraine Valerii Voshchevskyi announced his decision to leave the government due to this political force pulling out of the coalition. …read more Source:...

    Nestor draws attention to Kohver, Ukraine at parliament speakers summit
    Sep02

    Nestor draws attention to Kohver, Ukraine at parliament speakers summit

    Riigikogu Speaker Eiki Nestor called on world’s parliament speakers to pay attention to the continuing war in Ukraine that is undermining the stability and security of the whole region. …read more Source:...

    US To Impose Sanction Against More Russian Individuals, Companies Over Ukraine Ceasefire
    Sep02

    US To Impose Sanction Against More Russian Individuals, Companies Over Ukraine Ceasefire

    The U.S. Department of Commerce added new entities from Russia and other countries in its list of sanctions over the Ukraine conflict. Russian news agency TASS reported that 39 persons under 33 entries had been included in the “Entity List,” according to a rule notice in the Federal Register to be published Wednesday. The entries...

    U.S. extends sanctions list against Russian companies over Ukraine
    Sep02

    U.S. extends sanctions list against Russian companies over Ukraine

    The U.S. Department of Commerce has added new Russian companies to its list of sanctions over the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    EU to extend anti-Russia sanctions for 3 more months
    Sep02

    EU to extend anti-Russia sanctions for 3 more months

    The European Union is set to extend its anti-Russia sanctions for three more months. A Wall Street Journal report says the sanctions, which target almost 200 officials and firms from Russia and self-proclaimed regions in eastern Ukraine, will be extended until March 15. They were supposed to expire in mid-September. Several rounds of anti-Russia...

    Presidential Elections in Belarus: Why the West Should Not Hold Its Breath
    Sep02

    Presidential Elections in Belarus: Why the West Should Not Hold Its Breath

    Lukashenka voting with his youngest son. Photo: Lifenews On 1 September the Central Elections Committee of Belarus announced that four presidential candidates had submitted enough signatures to run in elections scheduled for 11 October this year. Although few question the outcome of this elections and the official victory of the incumbent...

    Ukraine far right ditches coalition, joins opposition
    Sep02

    Ukraine far right ditches coalition, joins opposition

    The far right party has left the coalition with the party leader Oleg Lyashko criticizing the Ukrainian leadership saying that granting regional powers was a conspiracy. …read more Source: World...

    EU to extend sanctions against Russians and Ukrainian rebels
    Sep02

    EU to extend sanctions against Russians and Ukrainian rebels

    The EU is Wednesday expected to extend sanctions against Russian and Ukrainian individuals and firms by six months. …read more Source:...