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    Serbian and Hungarian leaders help dedicate restored historic Serbian synagogue
    Mar27

    Serbian and Hungarian leaders help dedicate restored historic Serbian synagogue

    (JTA) – President Aleksandar Vucic of Serbia and Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary took part in an official ceremony opening a synagogue in northern Serbia following a full restoration of the art nouveau building. Some 900 invited guests attended the ceremony Monday in Subotica. The synagogue, which is owned by the municipality, will be...

    US Joins Growing Coalition in Expelling Russian Officials Over Poisoning Incident
    Mar27

    US Joins Growing Coalition in Expelling Russian Officials Over Poisoning Incident

    At least 18 countries have expelled Russian citizens in retaliation for Russia’s alleged involvement in a nerve agent attack against a former double agent and his daughter in Salisbury, England. President Donald Trump moved to support British Prime Minister Theresa May by approving the expulsion Monday of 60 Russian diplomats or...

    Diplomatic Expulsions Won’t Deter Russia
    Mar27

    Diplomatic Expulsions Won’t Deter Russia

    In the span of a day, more than 100 Russian diplomats across North America and Europe were told that they’d be getting the boot—a mass expulsion coordinated by 23 countries in response to this month’s nerve-agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the English city of Salisbury. The move was a...

    Here are all the countries that just expelled Russian diplomats
    Mar27

    Here are all the countries that just expelled Russian diplomats

    BRUSSELS — Twenty-six countries around the world, including the United States, have announced plans to toss out Russian diplomats in an unusually coordinated response to a nerve-agent attack in Salisbury, England, that targeted a Russian ex-spy and his daughter. Affecting at least 150 people, it is the largest expulsion of Russian diplomats since...

    Skripal Case Has Sparked New Cold War – Russian Media
    Mar27

    Skripal Case Has Sparked New Cold War – Russian Media

    FILE PHOTO Police don protective coveralls with breathing equipment on the grounds of a cement plant in the village of Durrington, near Salisbury, southern England as investigations in connection with an apparent nerve agent attack in the city continue. Ben STANSALL / AFP Russian media on Tuesday shared the view that Western countries’...

    Turkish FM to meet Ukrainian counterpart Friday
    Mar27

    Turkish FM to meet Ukrainian counterpart Friday

    6th meeting of Joint Strategic Planning Group to be held in Turkish capital Ankara on Friday …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Spy attack: Russia blames US pressure on allies for expulsions
    Mar27

    Spy attack: Russia blames US pressure on allies for expulsions

    Moscow on Tuesday charged Washington had put “colossal pressure” on allies to expel scores of Russian diplomats, and vowed to retaliate. “This is the result of colossal pressure, colossal blackmail which is the main instrument of Washington on the international arena,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in Uzbekistan. “We’ll...

    NATO to announce measures over UK poisoning
    Mar27

    NATO to announce measures over UK poisoning

    NATO Chief, Jens Stoltenberg, will on Tuesday unveil “measures” in response to the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain, the alliance said, as international pressure mounts on Moscow. NATO has warned that the nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter must have “consequences” and Stoltenberg will hold a news conference in...

    Putin Finally Went Too Far
    Mar27

    Putin Finally Went Too Far

    When Britain threw out 23 Russian diplomats in response to an assassination attempt on Russian agent Sergei Skripal, Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia and current bad boy of modern geopolitics, shrugged it off. With relations between London and Moscow so strained, the embassy didn’t have all that much to do, anyway. The cost, Putin no...

    The Savchenko Video ‘Evidence’: Ukraine’s ‘Hero’ Aviator Facing Terror Charges For Alleged Coup Plan 
    Mar27

    The Savchenko Video ‘Evidence’: Ukraine’s ‘Hero’ Aviator Facing Terror Charges For Alleged Coup Plan 

    Hero of Ukraine Nadia Savchenko is facing serious criminal charges, including terrorism, and some say the alleged video and audio evidence against her is credible. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...