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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    “Serb mercenaries who fight in Donbass” discussed in Kiev
    Nov08

    “Serb mercenaries who fight in Donbass” discussed in Kiev

    Ukrainian FM Pavlo Klimkin has met with Ukrainian Ambassador to Serbia Oleksandr Aleksandrovych to discuss “current issues in bilateral relations.”Aleksandrovych was last week summoned to Kiev for consultations. …read more Source:...

    Kremlin warns of mutual damage if Ukraine cuts diplomatic ties
    Nov08

    Kremlin warns of mutual damage if Ukraine cuts diplomatic ties

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin said on Wednesday that a reported plan by Ukraine to cut all diplomatic ties with Russia would further deepen a crisis between the two countries and end up hurting the interests of both Ukrainians and Russians. …read more Source:...

    Russia investigators probe 2016 GOP platform fight

    U.S. investigators are focusing on an enduring mystery of the 2016 election: whether Trump campaign officials made the Republican Party platform more friendly to Russia as part of some broader effort to collude with the Kremlin, according to congressional records and people familiar with the probes.Congressional investigators have interviewed...

    Bodyguards Attack RFE/RL Journalists, Ukrainian TV Crew At Kyiv Airport

    Journalists working on a joint project by RFE/RL and Ukraine’s UA: Pershiy (First) television channel say they were attacked by masked bodyguards at Kyiv’s Zhulyany Airport while working on a report about the arrival from Russia of Viktor Medvedchuk, the leader of the pro-Russian Ukrainian Choice organization. …read more Source:...

    A century after the revolution, Russians build monuments to the czars
    Nov08

    A century after the revolution, Russians build monuments to the czars

    A Russian lawmaker speaking on TV recently described something amazing happening to a statue of the last Russian emperor in Crimea: The stone torso had begun to weep. …read more Source: Pittsburgh...

    Ukraine imposes sanctions against Russian coal supplier
    Nov08

    Ukraine imposes sanctions against Russian coal supplier

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    More ‘Fake News,’ Alas, From the New York Times
    Nov08

    More ‘Fake News,’ Alas, From the New York Times

    Disregarding President Trump’s insistent claim that the establishment press propagates “fake news” requires a constant effort—especially when a prestigious outlet like the New York Times allows itself to be used for blatantly fraudulent purposes. I cherish the First Amendment. Mark me down as favoring journalism that is loud, lively, and...

    IFJ Slams Expulsion of Russian Journalist by Ukraine
    Nov08

    IFJ Slams Expulsion of Russian Journalist by Ukraine

    BRUSSELS (Sputnik) — Philippe Leruth told Sputnik that the banning of Zakhar Vinogradov by the Ukrainian authorities was an insidious form of censorship. “The fact he was not given any explanation makes me think this was a principle decision and not a reaction to any piece he published, and to which Ukrainian authorities had then been able to...

    Lithuania Expects NATO to Reach Deal on Baltic Air Shield
    Nov08

    Lithuania Expects NATO to Reach Deal on Baltic Air Shield

    Lithuania expects NATO to reach an agreement next year to shield Baltic countries with air defenses, plugging a gap in its security against Russia, its defense minister said Tuesday. Since Russia annexed the Crimea peninsula from Ukraine in 2014 and began providing weapons and troops to separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine, NATO has sent more...

    The Atlantic Daily: Evolve and Unify
    Nov08

    The Atlantic Daily: Evolve and Unify

    What We’re FollowingElection Ups and Downs: Newly released Congressional testimony from Carter Page, a former Trump campaign aide, reveals an extensive, complex, and at times contradictory web of connections between Page and Russia. Meanwhile, turning to this year’s campaign, Democrat Ralph Northam is facing off against President...