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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Russia Steps Up Anti-U.S. Military Propaganda
    Apr27

    Russia Steps Up Anti-U.S. Military Propaganda

    Russia is increasing disinformation operations aimed at undermining government and public support for American military forces in Eastern Europe, according to U.S. officials. The stepped-up disinformation includes creating and circulating recent news stories falsely claiming American soldiers were engaged in sexual misconduct in Poland and were...

    Makei: Belarus-Russia relations will remain strong
    Apr27

    Makei: Belarus-Russia relations will remain strong

    Vladimir Makei noted that, unfortunately, different events and processes in the region (the Ukrainian crisis, sanctions against Russia and Russia’s food embargo, etc.) have had an impact on the Belarusian-Russian relations. …read more Source:...

    Brussels to Keep Denying Crimean Self-Determination Until Trump Says Otherwise
    Apr27

    Brussels to Keep Denying Crimean Self-Determination Until Trump Says Otherwise

    On a visit to Crimea, former Vice-President of the OSCE Assembly Willy Wimmer, a Bundestag deputy who has also served as defense spokesman for Germany’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party and parliamentary state secretary to the German Defense Ministry, told Sputnik Deutschland that the Crimean people’s decision to join Russia was...

    China flags global naval role after new carrier launch
    Apr27

    China flags global naval role after new carrier launch

    China needs to raise its military capabilities to protect its growing overseas interests, its foreign minister said following the launch of China’s first domestically built aircraft carrier, while vowing not to pursue expansionism., China launched the carrier on Wednesday amid rising tension over North Korea and regional worries about...

    Sanctions short-circuit Russia’s electricity plans for annexed Crimea
    Apr27

    Sanctions short-circuit Russia’s electricity plans for annexed Crimea

    MOSCOW/SEVASTOPOL, Crimea- Russia’s $1.3 billion plan to build two new power plants in Crimea aimed to show that Moscow could complete high-tech projects on the annexed peninsula despite Western technology sanctions. But two years after its… …read more Source:...

    Sanctions Short-Circuit Russia’s Electricity Plans for Annexed Crimea
    Apr27

    Sanctions Short-Circuit Russia’s Electricity Plans for Annexed Crimea

    By Anastasia Lyrchikova and Anton ZverevMOSCOW/SEVASTOPOL, Crimea(Reuters) – Russia’s $1.3 billion plan to build two new power plants in Crimea… …read more Source: U.S....

    Ukrainian Man Faces Up to 15 Years in Prison for Illegal Entry to US
    Apr27

    Ukrainian Man Faces Up to 15 Years in Prison for Illegal Entry to US

    NEW YORK (Sputnik) — A Ukrainian national faces up to 15 years in prison for making false statement and illegally re-entering the United States after being deported, the US Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) agency announced in a press release Wednesday. “Thiodore Igorovich Galista was arrested Tuesday morning in New York,” the release...

    Sanctions short-circuit Russia's electricity plans for annexed Crimea
    Apr27

    Sanctions short-circuit Russia's electricity plans for annexed Crimea

    MOSCOW/SEVASTOPOL, Crimea(Reuters) – Russia’s $1.3 billion (£1.01 billion) plan to build two new power plants in Crimea aimed to show that Moscow could complete high-tech projects on the annexed peninsula despite Western technology sanctions. …read more Source: The...

    Sanctions short-circuit Russia’s electricity plans for annexed Crimea
    Apr27

    Sanctions short-circuit Russia’s electricity plans for annexed Crimea

    MOSCOW/SEVASTOPOL, Crimea(Reuters) – Russia’s $1.3 billion plan to build two new power plants in Crimea aimed to show that Moscow could complete high-tech projects on the annexed peninsula despite Western technology sanctions. …read more Source:...

    Solar Power Farm Sprouts at Chernobyl Nuclear Site
    Apr27

    Solar Power Farm Sprouts at Chernobyl Nuclear Site

    Thirty years ago this week, the world eyes focused on the Ukrainian city of Chernobyl, where the world’s worst nuclear accident was contaminating swaths of what was then the Soviet Union. Now, that nuclear wasteland is being transformed into a solar farm that could generate as much energy as two units of the doomed nuclear plant....