: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: US & Canada

    Model Gigi Hadid manhandled in Milan
    Sep22

    Model Gigi Hadid manhandled in Milan

    Model Gigi Hadid was manhandled outside a Milan Fashion Week venue Thursday by a former Ukrainian television reporter who has pulled similar stunts in Paris, Los Angeles and Moscow. A … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Ukraine Plans Reinforcement of Regional Crimea Border
    Sep22

    Ukraine Plans Reinforcement of Regional Crimea Border

    Ukraine is sending around 10 train-loads of supplies to reinforce the border between its Kherson region and annexed Crimea, Ukrainian state news agency Ukrinform reports. Crimea was annexed by Russia in 2014 and, although the Russian government is not recognized as legitimate by the U.N., its appointed officials have effectively governed the...

    Biden warns Ukraine on reforms, says EU sanctions on Russia at risk
    Sep22

    Biden warns Ukraine on reforms, says EU sanctions on Russia at risk

    (Reuters) – U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday warned Ukraine needs to live up to its promises economic and political reforms or risk… …read more Source:...

    Model Gigi Hadid Manhandled in Milan
    Sep22

    Model Gigi Hadid Manhandled in Milan

    Model Gigi Hadid has been manhandled outside a Milan Fashion Week venue by a former Ukrainian television reporter who has pulled similar stunts in Paris, Los Angeles and Moscow …read more Source: U.S....

    Model Gigi Hadid Manhandled in Milan
    Sep22

    Model Gigi Hadid Manhandled in Milan

    MILAN (AP) — Model Gigi Hadid was manhandled outside a Milan Fashion Week venue Thursday by a former Ukrainian television reporter who has pulled similar stunts in Paris, Los Angeles and Moscow. A video posted on website TMZ.com shows a man grabbing Hadid from behind and lifting her off the ground as she and her sister, Bella Hadid, exited the...

    Why NATO Isn’t a Threat to Russia
    Sep22

    Why NATO Isn’t a Threat to Russia

    Adam Twardowski Security, Eurasia A Response to Ted Galen Carpenter Russia’s apologists blame the United States for the recent deterioration of U.S.-Russia relations by arguing that if Washington had shown greater respect for Russia’s interests after the Cold War, Moscow would not have felt the need to safeguard its security by...

    No Bailouts for Putin
    Sep22

    No Bailouts for Putin

    The low turnout for Sunday’s parliamentary election in Russia—less than 48 percent of eligible voters participated, the lowest level since 1991—reflected, among other things, growing disillusionment with the economic situation in the country. According to a recent poll, 72 percent of Russians think their country is in an economic crisis....

    U.S. House Approves Lethal Weaponry For Ukraine
    Sep22

    U.S. House Approves Lethal Weaponry For Ukraine

    The U.S. House of Representatives has backed legislation that calls for supplying Ukraine with lethal weaponry in its fight against Russia and separatists in the eastern Donbas region. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    UN to call for stepped up security for planes and airports
    Sep22

    UN to call for stepped up security for planes and airports

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. Security Council is expected to call for stepped up screening and security checks at airports worldwide to “detect and deter terrorist attacks” on civil aviation. A draft of the Security Council resolution calls on all countries to tighten security at airport buildings, share information about possible threats, and...

    Russian Votes From Syria Hint At Size of Military Deployment
    Sep22

    Russian Votes From Syria Hint At Size of Military Deployment

    Nearly 5,000 Russians voted in the country’s parliamentary election from the territory of Syria, a large part of whom are suspected to be Russian military personnel in the country, news channel RBC reports. Russia has never made the size of its deployment to Syria public and announced that the majority of its force would return home earlier...