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    Russia takes restrictive measures against Ukraine, Turkey
    Jan02

    Russia takes restrictive measures against Ukraine, Turkey

    Russia has taken a series of restrictive measures against Ukraine and Turkey starting from Friday, the first day of 2016. …read more Source: <a href=http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2016-01/02/c_134970638.htm target=_blank title="Russia takes restrictive measures against Ukraine, Turkey”...

    Soyuz natural gas pipeline explodes near Hungarian border
    Jan02

    Soyuz natural gas pipeline explodes near Hungarian border

    Richard FieldSoyuz natural gas pipeline explodes near Hungarian border The main pipeline supplying natural gas to Hungary and Croatia from Russia to via Belarus and Ukraine reportedly exploded at around noon on Friday just northeast of Hungary near the western Ukrainian town of Huszti. The explosion could reportedly be seen from several...

    The First as Tragedy, Then as Farce: Is Erdogan After New Crimean War?
    Jan02

    The First as Tragedy, Then as Farce: Is Erdogan After New Crimean War?

    TEHRAN (FNA)- The Crimean War was one of the most absurd conflicts in modern history, according to geopolitical expert F. William Engdahl; however, the escalating conflict being incited by Turkey’s would-be new Sultan, Recep Erdogan, by provoking Russia again and again, is more of a farce, he said, recalling Karl Marx’s remark on how...

    Crimea faces months without power rather than be defined as part of Ukraine
    Jan01

    Crimea faces months without power rather than be defined as part of Ukraine

    Vladimir Putin asked Crimeans to choose between months of blackouts and signing an electricity contract that says the region is still part of Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    Putin Calls for Cooperation with US in Message to Obama
    Jan01

    Putin Calls for Cooperation with US in Message to Obama

    Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a New Year’s message to U.S. President Barack Obama, has called for cooperation between their countries to respond to international challenges.Ties between Moscow and Washington reached a post-Cold War low when Russia annexed Ukraine’s… …read more Source:...

    Russia to sue Ukraine over $3 billion debt default
    Jan01

    Russia to sue Ukraine over $3 billion debt default

    After implementing a moratorium on its debt, Ukraine has defaulted on a controversial loan from Russia. The Russian foreign ministry said it will file a formal legal complaint against Kyiv in a British court. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia to sue Ukraine over $3 billion debt default
    Jan01

    Russia to sue Ukraine over $3 billion debt default

    After implementing a moratorium on its debt, Ukraine has defaulted on a controversial loan from Russia. The Russian foreign ministry said it will file a formal legal complaint against Kyiv in a British court. …read more Source:...

    EU-Ukraine Free Trade Deal Comes Into Effect
    Jan01

    EU-Ukraine Free Trade Deal Comes Into Effect

    Ukraine’s free-trade agreement with the European Union came into force on January 1, coinciding with the start of Moscow’s food embargo against Kyiv. The free-trade deal, signed in June 2014, is part …read more Source: Big News...

    Russia filing lawsuit against Ukraine over debt default
    Jan01

    Russia filing lawsuit against Ukraine over debt default

    The Russian Finance Ministry is filing a lawsuit against Ukraine for Kiev’s failure to pay off its USD 3-billion debt to Moscow by the end of December 2015. According to the reports, the Russian ministry said on its website late on Thursday that it is suing Kiev as it is “in a state of default” regarding its obligations toward...

    Russia filing lawsuit against Ukraine over debt default
    Jan01

    Russia filing lawsuit against Ukraine over debt default

    The Russian Finance Ministry is filing a lawsuit against Ukraine for Kiev’s failure to pay off its USD 3-billion debt to Moscow by the end of December 2015. …read more Source: Iran...