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    Russian MPs Joined EU Colleagues at PACE For the First Time Since Boycott
    Mar11

    Russian MPs Joined EU Colleagues at PACE For the First Time Since Boycott

    The Russian delegation had suspended their involvement after disagreements following Moscow’s annexation of Crimea in 2014. …read more Source:...

    Russia, UK prepare ground for British foreign minister’s visit
| Reuters
    Mar11

    Russia, UK prepare ground for British foreign minister’s visit | Reuters

    MOSCOW Russia and Britain discussed relations between the two countries and preparations for a visit by British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to Moscow, Russia’s foreign ministry said on Saturday. Russian First Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov met Britain’s Minister for Europe and the Americas Alan Duncan on Friday to discuss...

    Ukraine: Two soldiers killed as rebel attacks intensify
    Mar11

    Ukraine: Two soldiers killed as rebel attacks intensify

    Government troops accuse Russia-backed rebels of using heavy weapons as separatists report one fighter’s death. …read more Source: AL...

    Two Ukrainian soldiers killed, 16 wounded in fresh fighting
    Mar11

    Two Ukrainian soldiers killed, 16 wounded in fresh fighting

    The OSCE said Saturday that two mortar rounds had exploded near its monitors’ cars in a rebel-controlled village northwest of the government-held city of Mariupol on Friday. …read more Source: World...

    Two Ukrainian soldiers killed, 16 wounded in fresh fighting (AFP)
    Mar11

    Two Ukrainian soldiers killed, 16 wounded in fresh fighting (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukraine’s army reported Saturday two soldiers killed in clashes with Russian-backed rebels, in a new uptick in violence across eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: The West...

    Two Ukrainian soldiers killed, 16 wounded in fresh fighting
    Mar11

    Two Ukrainian soldiers killed, 16 wounded in fresh fighting

    Ukraine’s army reported Saturday two soldiers killed in clashes with Russian-backed rebels, in a new uptick in violence across eastern Ukraine …read more Source: The Daily...

    The Black Death: How Rats, Fleas and Germs Almost Wiped Out Europe
    Mar11

    The Black Death: How Rats, Fleas and Germs Almost Wiped Out Europe

    Kyle Mizokami Society, Europe And changed world history. More than six centuries ago, disaster struck the people of Europe. A deadly plague, traveling west along trade routes from Central Asia, struck the continent with such force it wiped out entire villages and killed as many as twenty-five million people. The “Black Death,” as it was called,...

    Ukraine lawyer seeks probe of alleged hacked texts of Manafort’s daughter
    Mar11

    Ukraine lawyer seeks probe of alleged hacked texts of Manafort’s daughter

    A Ukrainian human rights attorney representing the victims of mass police shootings in Kiev in 2014 has asked prosecutors to investigate what are purported to be the hacked text messages of one of Paul Manafort’s daughters, saying the texts point to possible influence Manafort had with Ukraine’s president during that period. “You know...

    ‘Out of sight, out of mind’: Humanitarian crisis worsens in Ukraine as world focuses on Syria, Iraq
    Mar11

    ‘Out of sight, out of mind’: Humanitarian crisis worsens in Ukraine as world focuses on Syria, Iraq

    Canada extended its military training mission in Ukraine this week, but the country needs more help to help ease the escalating humanitarian crisis, say an MP and a human rights advocate who just visited the country. …read more Source:...

    China says industrial policy not aimed at foreign firms
    Mar11

    China says industrial policy not aimed at foreign firms

    China on Saturday tried to downplay concerns it is reducing market access for foreign enterprises, days after a report by an EU group accused Beijing of trying to skew its business playing field towards domestic firms. The paper, released Tuesday by the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, slammed the government’s “Made in...