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    Thousands rally for Moldova to become part of Romania
    Mar25

    Thousands rally for Moldova to become part of Romania

    Tens of thousands rallied in the Moldovan capital of Chișinău on Sunday in support of the tiny former Soviet country becoming part of Romania. The demonstrators, whose numbers reached 100,000, according to organizers, adopted a statement calling on the Moldovan and Romanian parliaments to receive their representatives and asked Romanian lawmakers...

    Ukrainian lawmaker stripped of immunity on coup charges
    Mar25

    Ukrainian lawmaker stripped of immunity on coup charges

    MOSCOW (AP) — The Ukrainian parliament has stripped a former military pilot who became a national icon after spending time in a Russian jail of her immunity as a lawmaker on charges of plotting a military coup. In Thursday’s speech to lawmakers, Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko accused Nadiya Savchenko of plotting an attack on parliament...

    Free trade between morality and economic might
    Mar25

    Free trade between morality and economic might

    OPINION: Last year, after coming to power, the Government quietly resumed discussions with Russia on a trade deal. Negotiations had been suspended by the previous government after Russia annexed Crimea. But according to the Prime Minister, the nerve agent attack on a Russian spy in the English town of Salisbury, ‘changes things’ and...

    Uzbekistan delegation attended monthly energy data training
    Mar25

    Uzbekistan delegation attended monthly energy data training

    Odessa, Ukraine, hosted a regional training on monthly energy data. The event was organized by the International Energy Agency. …read more Source: Uzbekistan National News...

    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 3 | Mariupol
    Mar25

    Feature: Ruussaar in Eastern Ukraine, Part 3 | Mariupol

    In the third feature of his four-part travel series, ERR’s Ainar Ruussaar describes his destination, Mariupol, a historic city, resort town on the Sea of Azov, and industrial center all in one. …read more Source:...

    UK Former Envoy: Britain ‘Will Need the Russians’ Help’
    Mar25

    UK Former Envoy: Britain ‘Will Need the Russians’ Help’

    The UK’s former ambassador to Russia Tony Brenton has predicted normalization of diplomatic relations between the two countries within “a few months,” explaining it by the need to maintain high-level contacts, The Independent reported. Speaking to The Independent, Brenton suggested that the waters would be calmed within “few months,” and...

    Cold War 2.0? Russia rubbishes US general’s comments that Moscow supplying weapons to Taliban in Afghanistan
    Mar25

    Cold War 2.0? Russia rubbishes US general’s comments that Moscow supplying weapons to Taliban in Afghanistan

    Russia has rejected comments by NATO’s top commander in Afghanistan that it has been supporting and even supplying weapons to the Taliban, in a clash of words that underlines growing tension over Moscow’s involvement in the conflict. In an interview with the BBC last week, General John Nicholson said that Russia had been acting to...

    Kiev Museum showcases Iranian Haft-Seen
    Mar25

    Kiev Museum showcases Iranian Haft-Seen

    National Museum of the History of Kiev, Ukraine displayed Iran’s new year symbolic items ‘Haft-Seen’ in a ceremony to mark Norouz. …read more Source: Iran...

    Russia denies aiding Afghan Taliban in wake of US general’s comments
    Mar25

    Russia denies aiding Afghan Taliban in wake of US general’s comments

    KABUL: Russia has rejected comments by NATO’s top commander in Afghanistan that it has been supporting and even supplying weapons to the Taliban, in a clash of words that underlines growing tension over Moscow’s involvement in the conflict. In an interview with the BBC last week, General John Nicholson said that Russia had been acting...

    Russia denies aiding Afghan Taliban in wake of US general’s comments
    Mar25

    Russia denies aiding Afghan Taliban in wake of US general’s comments

    KABUL: Russia has rejected comments by NATO’s top commander in Afghanistan that it has been supporting and even supplying weapons to the Taliban, in a clash of words that underlines growing tension over Moscow’s involvement in the conflict. In an interview with the BBC last week, General John Nicholson said that Russia had been acting...