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    Ukraine insurgents release two women captives
    Dec27

    Ukraine insurgents release two women captives

    Donetsk: Ukraine’s pro-Moscow insurgents on Tuesday released two women they had held captive thanks to the intervention of Nadya Savchenko — a Kiev-born female combat pilot who spent nearly two years in a Russian jail. The freeing of the women — a judge and a journalist — came after Savchenko, now a member of parliament, held a private...

    Israel says ‘reducing’ ties with nations over UN vote
    Dec27

    Israel says ‘reducing’ ties with nations over UN vote

    JERUSALEM — Israel’s foreign ministry said on Tuesday the country was “reducing” ties with nations that voted for last week’s UN Security Council resolution demanding a halt to settlement building in Palestinian territory. Refuting reports that ties had been suspended, foreign ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon said that Israel was...

    Ukrainian MP wants to move embassy to Jerusalem
    Dec27

    Ukrainian MP wants to move embassy to Jerusalem

    Ukrainian MP disappointed with Ukraine’s vote in favor of anti-Israel UN resolution pledges to introduce bill to move embassy to Jerusalem. …read more Source: Arutz...

    The Threat from China’s Lone Aircraft Carrier Has Been Overstated
    Dec27

    The Threat from China’s Lone Aircraft Carrier Has Been Overstated

    The world’s media is touting the “coming out” party for China’s lone aircraft carrier, the Liaoning. The carrier and its’s entourage of escorting destroyers and frigates made a splash when they left the first island chain behind and sallied forth into the open Pacific Ocean past Taiwan and Okinawa. The ship and its...

    Dacic: Foreign diplomats should not be lecturing Serbia
    Dec27

    Dacic: Foreign diplomats should not be lecturing Serbia

    BELGRADE- Foreign diplomats in Belgrade should not be lecturing Serbia or interfering in its policy, Serbian FM Ivica Dacic said Tuesday. Reacting to a statement by Ukrainian Ambassador Oleksandr Aleksandrovych that Serbia has “shot itself in the foot” by voting against a UN General Assembly resolution on the Crimea, Dacic said he was unsure...

    Russia: Ukraine’s Ban on Military Exports Not a Big Problem
    Dec27

    Russia: Ukraine’s Ban on Military Exports Not a Big Problem

    A senior Russian military official says domestic industries have learned to produce engines and other parts previously imported from Ukraine.Deputy Defense Minister Yuri Borisov said in a Tuesday interview with online Gazeta.ru that the lack of supplies from Ukraine hasn’t… …read more Source:...

    Pilot jailed in Russia begins movement for change in Ukraine
    Dec27

    Pilot jailed in Russia begins movement for change in Ukraine

    Nadiya Savchenko, the popular female Ukrainian pilot who served for a while in Russia’s jails, has launched a movement opposing Ukraine’s pro-Western government. …read more Source: Iran...

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem
    Dec27

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem

    A senior Russian military official says domestic industries have learned to produce engines and other parts previously imported from Ukraine …read more Source: U.S....

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem
    Dec27

    Russia: Ukraine’s ban on military exports not a big problem

    MOSCOW (AP) ” A senior Russian military official says domestic industries have learned to produce engines and other parts previously imported from Ukraine.Deputy Defense Minister Yuri Borisov said in a Tuesday interview with online… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    No peace in sight in Eastern Ukraine
    Dec27

    No peace in sight in Eastern Ukraine

    Despite Angela Merkel’s and Francois Hollande’s efforts there’s no progress in the peace process in Eastern Ukraine. Fighting continues, there are new casualties almost every day – and Kyiv does not have a strategy. …read more Source: Deutsche...