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    Ukraine to Fred Durst: You Chose Russia, and You Can’t Have Us Both
    Dec22

    Ukraine to Fred Durst: You Chose Russia, and You Can’t Have Us Both

    American singer Fred Durst loves Russia so much that a few months ago he told a Russian radio host he “wouldn’t mind getting a Russian passport.” And Russia loves him back: In October, ahead of a lengthy tour across the country, Moscow’s embassy in London tweeted that if Durst wanted to live in Crimea — a … …read more...

    Diplomatica: New ambassador from the Ukraine wants costly Russian sanctions increased
    Dec22

    Diplomatica: New ambassador from the Ukraine wants costly Russian sanctions increased

    The new ambassador of Ukraine believes the best way to get Vladimir Putin’s forces out of Ukraine is to make his expansion efforts so costly that the Russian leader has no choice but to retreat. “We want to make sure that at some point, this invasion is so costly for the Russians that they have to pull back,” Ambassador Andriy Shevchenko...

    U.S. Expands Sanctions Over Russian Activity in Ukraine
    Dec22

    U.S. Expands Sanctions Over Russian Activity in Ukraine

    (WASHINGTON) — The Obama administration has imposed financial restrictions on 34 people and entities for helping Russian and Ukrainian companies evade U.S. penalties and other infractions. The Treasury Department says the action helps “maintain the efficacy of existing sanctions” established after Russia’s annexation of Crimea last year and...

    US expands sanctions over Russia’s activity in Ukraine
    Dec22

    US expands sanctions over Russia’s activity in Ukraine

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration has imposed financial restrictions on 34 people and entities for helping Russian and Ukrainian companies evade U.S. penalties and other infractions. …read more Source: CNS...

    EU Extends Russia Sanctions for Another 6 Months
    Dec22

    EU Extends Russia Sanctions for Another 6 Months

    The European Union has renewed its economic sanctions against Russia for six months, after concluding that Moscow has failed to fully respect a peace agreement in eastern Ukraine.The sanctions target Russia’s financial, energy and defense sectors as well as some dual-use… …read more Source:...

    US expands sanctions over Russia’s activity in Ukraine
    Dec22

    US expands sanctions over Russia’s activity in Ukraine

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration has imposed financial restrictions on 34 people and entities for helping Russian and Ukrainian… …read more Source:...

    US expands sanctions over Russia’s activity in Ukraine
    Dec22

    US expands sanctions over Russia’s activity in Ukraine

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration has imposed financial restrictions on 34 people and entities for helping Russian and Ukrainian companies evade U.S. penalties and other infractions. …read more Source: U.S....

    Ukraine announces ‘New Year’ truce with pro-Russia rebels (AFP)
    Dec22

    Ukraine announces ‘New Year’ truce with pro-Russia rebels (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukraine said on Tuesday it had reached a “New Year” truce agreement with pro-Russian insurgents that could finally end periodic deadly clashes in the war-scarred ex-Soviet state. …read more Source: The West...

    Russia mulls counter-measures over US sanctions
    Dec22

    Russia mulls counter-measures over US sanctions

    Moscow says its considering a response to a US move to update sanctions on people and entities over the issue of conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Singer Uses Her Eurovision Bid To Call For Peace In Ukraine
    Dec22

    Singer Uses Her Eurovision Bid To Call For Peace In Ukraine

    By Vladi Vovcuk A young Ukrainian singer is directing her newest single at Vladimir Putin. Diana Mess, who lives in the UK, calls on the Russian president to end his military engagement in her home country in a single called “World Support Ukraine.” It’s already getting a lot of love online, and Mess hopes it will be selected to...