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    Many Puzzled By Obama’s Reference To Ukraine As Russian ‘Client State’
    Jan13

    Many Puzzled By Obama’s Reference To Ukraine As Russian ‘Client State’

    Ukrainians were left scratching their heads after U.S. President Barack Obama referred to their country in a major speech as a “client state” of Russia. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Belarusian Products Brought To Donbas Occupied Territories
    Jan13

    Belarusian Products Brought To Donbas Occupied Territories

    There are rumours growing about long-term supply contracts signed at the federal level. …read more Source:...

    Crimea Demands Ukraine Disarming of Terrorist Groups in its Border
    Jan13

    Crimea Demands Ukraine Disarming of Terrorist Groups in its Border

    13 de enero de 2016, 10:21Moscow, Jan 13 (Prensa Latina) The legislature of the Republic of Crimea urged Ukraine today to fulfill its obligations and disarm the groups of irregulars that carry out terrorist attacks on the border between the two territories. …read more Source: Prensa...

    America may be doomed to cooperate with Putin
    Jan13

    America may be doomed to cooperate with Putin

    Russia is emerging as an essential diplomatic and security partner for the United States in Syria, despite the Obama administration’s opposition to Moscow’s support for President Bashar al-Assad. Russian-American cooperation on Syria now includes regular diplomatic, military and intelligence contacts. Moscow and Washington have...

    Bulgaria to Discuss Gas, Trade, Tourism with Russia Jan 27-28
    Jan13

    Bulgaria to Discuss Gas, Trade, Tourism with Russia Jan 27-28

    Bulgaria will discuss with Russia the potential construction of a gas distribution center on Bulgarian territory in compliance with the European Union legislation later this month, the government in Sofia said on Wednesday. “Russia is considered to be one of the supply sources of the proposed gas distribution center,” the Bulgarian government...

    Here’s why the Iranian ship seizure won’t derail the nuclear deal
    Jan13

    Here’s why the Iranian ship seizure won’t derail the nuclear deal

    Wikimedia CommonsIran remains on an aggressive footing toward the US six months after the completion of the landmark Iran nuclear deal. At the end of December, an Iranian war ship fired unguided missiles within 1,500 yards of a US aircraft carrier in the Strait of Hormuz. Iran arrested US citizen and businessman Siamak Namazi in October and...

    Ukraine Ban On Russian Products Expands As Economic Trade War Continues
    Jan13

    Ukraine Ban On Russian Products Expands As Economic Trade War Continues

    With no reconciliation in sight, Ukraine said Wednesday it would expand the list of banned Russian products as part of a tit-for-tat trade war that has escalated since 2014, Reuters reported. A Ukrainian ban on the import of Russian food, alcohol and dairy products went into effect Sunday in response to a Russian embargo on Ukrainian goods....

    Ukraine Works Out Debt Restructuring Deal With Russia’s Sberbank
    Jan13

    Ukraine Works Out Debt Restructuring Deal With Russia’s Sberbank

    Ukraine’s Finance Ministry says a deal has been agreed with Russia’s Sberbank to work out a restructuring deal for commercial loans guaranteed by the Ukrainian government. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Lithuania Marks 25th Anniversary of Soviet Crackdown
    Jan13

    Lithuania Marks 25th Anniversary of Soviet Crackdown

    VILNIUS, Lithuania—With flowers and solemn speeches, Lithuanians on Wednesday marked the 25th anniversary of a deadly Soviet crackdown that failed to quash the Baltic country’s quest for independence. Hundreds of people gathered in Vilnius in freezing temperatures to honor the 14 people killed when Soviet troops and tanks moved into a crowd...

    Representatives of LNR, DNR join talks in Minsk
    Jan13

    Representatives of LNR, DNR join talks in Minsk

    The trilateral contact group promoting the peace settlement in Ukraine resumed talks in Minsk on 13 January for the first time in 2016. …read more Source:...