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    Russia Won’t Broadcast Eurovision Over Singer Dispute With Ukraine
    Apr14

    Russia Won’t Broadcast Eurovision Over Singer Dispute With Ukraine

    Russian state television broadcaster Channel One says it wont show this years Eurovision Song Contest after Ukraine banned Russias entry in the competition. Channel One considers the refusal by U …read more Source: Big News...

    Polish Leader Welcomes NATO Troops, Hails ‘Historic Moment’
    Apr14

    Polish Leader Welcomes NATO Troops, Hails ‘Historic Moment’

    Polish leaders welcomed a new multinational NATO battalion to Poland on Thursday, with the president calling it “a historic moment for my country.” The near-permanent deployment of a NATO battalion under U.S. command marks the first time NATO troops have been placed so close to Russian territory, a step the Kremlin denounces as a...

    Russia pulls out of Eurovision Song Contest over Ukraine’s singer ban
    Apr13

    Russia pulls out of Eurovision Song Contest over Ukraine’s singer ban

    Hosts Ukraine had banned Russia’s entrant from entering the country after it emerged she had toured Crimea in 2015. …read more Source:...

    Will Russia Accept An Investigation Into Gas Attacks In Syria?
    Apr13

    Will Russia Accept An Investigation Into Gas Attacks In Syria?

    UNITED NATIONS – Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and UN envoy Vladimir Sakronkov said Syria was blamed for a nerve gas attack on April 4 before an independent investigation had even been conducted.Russian officials, including President Vladimir Putin, called for the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) to undertake a...

    Russia reset redux? Trump tries where predecessors failed
    Apr13

    Russia reset redux? Trump tries where predecessors failed

    It’s a familiar refrain: A new American president seeks improved relations with Russia. And like his predecessors, Donald Trump is running into a thicket of obstacles, new and old, to even maintaining a functioning relationship with Moscow. For Trump, the grievances inherited from Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama have been...

    ‘Peace, but Not at Any Cost’: Ukrainians Brace for More War, and Unrest
    Apr13

    ‘Peace, but Not at Any Cost’: Ukrainians Brace for More War, and Unrest

    KYIV, Ukraine—Forget death and taxes. In Ukraine, nothing is certain but war and protests. In the country’s eastern Donbas region, the war against Russia and its separatist proxies has dragged on for three years. And in Kyiv’s government halls, meaningful anti-corruption reforms are advancing at a snail’s pace more than three...

    How the Syria Strike Flipped the U.S.-Russia Power Dynamic
    Apr13

    How the Syria Strike Flipped the U.S.-Russia Power Dynamic

    MOSCOW—The American airstrike on the Shayrat air base in Syria didn’t do all that much. A day and 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles later, Bashar al-Assad was still in power, his planes were still taking off from Shayrat, still flying and still dropping bombs and killing people in the same areas of Idlib Province where a sarin gas attack killed...

    Russia pulls out of Eurovision Song Contest
    Apr13

    Russia pulls out of Eurovision Song Contest

    Broadcaster unable to resolve issue with TV channel after Ukraine ban on singer Julia Samoylova who toured disputed CrimeaThe Russian television station Channel One has announced that it will not broadcast the Eurovision Song Contest this year or take part in the competition because its contestant has been barred from the host country,...

    Russia refusing to show Ukraine-hosted Eurovision
    Apr13

    Russia refusing to show Ukraine-hosted Eurovision

    Russians are breathing a sigh of relief after a state-owned TV station said it would not broadcast next month’s Eurovision Song Contest. …read more Source: Sky...

    Russia Won’t Broadcast Eurovision Over Singer Dispute With Ukraine
    Apr13

    Russia Won’t Broadcast Eurovision Over Singer Dispute With Ukraine

    Russian state television broadcaster Channel One says it won’t show this year’s Eurovision Song Contest after Ukraine banned Russia’s entry in the competition. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...