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    Kremlin Defends Its Recognition of Ukraine Rebel Passports
    Feb20

    Kremlin Defends Its Recognition of Ukraine Rebel Passports

    The Kremlin says its decision to recognize passports and other documents issued by separatist authorities in eastern Ukraine is a response to Ukraine’s blockade of rebel regions.The weekend’s move by Russian President Vladimir Putin has drawn sharp criticism from Ukraine,… …read more Source:...

    Aliyev blames European Union for applying double standards  
    Feb20

    Aliyev blames European Union for applying double standards  

    ArmInfo.”The practice of double standards applied in respect of the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan should be discontinued. This will help settle the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict,” Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said at the round table titled ‘The hidden problems of Eurasia’ at the Munich Security Conference, when...

    Germany slams Russia over Ukraine rebel passports
    Feb20

    Germany slams Russia over Ukraine rebel passports

    …read more Source: Al-Manar TV

    Mike Pence: US VP vows Trump committed to nervous EU
    Feb20

    Mike Pence: US VP vows Trump committed to nervous EU

    Pence said US commitment to transatlantic ties remained "steadfast and enduring" after decades of working together. US Vice President Mike Pence sought to reassure Europe Monday of Donald Trump’s commitment to transatlantic ties as he met EU chiefs in the face of anti-Trump protests.Pence was in Brussels at the end of a European...

    Pence in Brussels, seeking ‘deeper’ ties with EU
    Feb20

    Pence in Brussels, seeking ‘deeper’ ties with EU

    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence told senior European Union officials in Brussels on Monday that the Trump administration was looking at ways to “deepen our relationship” with the EU., President Donald Trump alarmed EU leaders by endorsing Britain’s decision to leave the bloc and by suggesting last month that other states might...

    Pence in Brussels, seeking ‘deeper’ ties with EU
    Feb20

    Pence in Brussels, seeking ‘deeper’ ties with EU

    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence told senior European Union officials in Brussels on Monday that the Trump administration was looking at ways to “deepen our relationship” with the EU., President Donald Trump alarmed EU leaders by endorsing Britain’s decision to leave the bloc and by suggesting last month that other states might...

    In Ukraine: Soldier killed in clashes despite ceasefire
    Feb20

    In Ukraine: Soldier killed in clashes despite ceasefire

    Russian-backed rebels had shelled his troops "on all fronts", resulting in one death and one injury over the past 24 hours. One soldier has been killed and another wounded in eastern Ukraine, the army said Monday, as it accused rebels of breaking a new truce deal announced at the weekend.Ukraine’s military spokesman Leonid...

    Kremlin Defends its Recognition of Ukraine Rebel Passports
    Feb20

    Kremlin Defends its Recognition of Ukraine Rebel Passports

    The Kremlin says its decision to recognize passports and other documents issued by separatist authorities in eastern Ukraine is a response to Ukraine’s blockade of rebel regions. The weekend’s move by Russian President Vladimir Putin has drawn sharp criticism from Ukraine, which called it a violation of a two-year-old peace deal....

    Kremlin Defends its Recognition of Ukraine Rebel Passports
    Feb20

    Kremlin Defends its Recognition of Ukraine Rebel Passports

    The Kremlin says its decision to recognize passports and other documents issued by separatist authorities in eastern Ukraine is a response to Ukraine’s blockade of rebel regions. The weekend’s move by Russian President Vladimir Putin has drawn sharp criticism from Ukraine, which called it a violation of a two-year-old peace deal....

    Crimean Journalist Asking For Separatism Charges To Be Dropped
    Feb20

    Crimean Journalist Asking For Separatism Charges To Be Dropped

    Mykola Semena, an RFE/RL contributing reporter who faces separatism charges alleged by the Moscow-installed authorities in Ukraine’s Crimea region, has said he will file an appeal for all of the charges to be dropped when his trial begins. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...