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    Ukraine Warns It May Stop Buying Russian Gas Next Year
    Nov04

    Ukraine Warns It May Stop Buying Russian Gas Next Year

    Ukrainian authorities said they will buy natural gas from Russia until the end of the year, but will purchase all Ukraine’s gas from Europe in the first quarter of 2016 if Russia does not offer a competitive price. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russian Propaganda: ‘The Weaponization of Information’
    Nov04

    Russian Propaganda: ‘The Weaponization of Information’

    When a Russian news outlet edited the U.S. ambassador into a picture of an opposition rally, the U.S. Embassy countered by editing the ambassador into a series of improbable photos — for instance, on the moon and at an ice hockey rink. The idea was to show that the original photo was propaganda, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Benjamin Ziff...

    U.S. Official: Countering Kremlin Propaganda Is Long-Term Effort
    Nov04

    U.S. Official: Countering Kremlin Propaganda Is Long-Term Effort

    A State Department official said U.S. efforts to counter misinformation and propaganda generated by the Kremlin will be a long-term effort that includes bolstering independent media in Eastern Europe and Eurasia. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Realities of Russia, What Is West Missing?
    Nov04

    Realities of Russia, What Is West Missing?

    Co-authored by William Witenberg a contemporary artist focused on abstract painting Western media appears surprised that President Putin’s latest approval rating was so high. After Russian military began bombing in Syria, Putin’s popularity skyrocketed to its all times high of 90%. There are some obvious reasons for this, and quite a...

    Task Force Warns of Deepening Global Crises
    Nov03

    Task Force Warns of Deepening Global Crises

    A group of U.N. experts tasked with forecasting the next disasters likely to require billions of dollars in humanitarian aid has warned of deepening crises in global hot spots from Burundi to Afghanistan over the next six months. The biannual “Alert, Early Warning and Readiness Report” said Libya could fall apart, Burundi could see...

    Russia: impolite to begin U.N. chief race without Ukraine, others
    Nov03

    Russia: impolite to begin U.N. chief race without Ukraine, others

    By Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Russia said on Tuesday it does not want to offend Ukraine and other recently elected United… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s top prosecutor targeted in sniper attack
    Nov03

    Ukraine’s top prosecutor targeted in sniper attack

    Fred LambertKIEV, Ukraine, Nov. 3 (UPI) — Ukraine’s top prosecutor survived what authorities are calling a failed assassination attempt after a sniper fired three shots at his office in Kiev. …read more Source: United Press...

    Ukraine’s President Signs Law Allowing Foreigners In Armed Forces
    Nov03

    Ukraine’s President Signs Law Allowing Foreigners In Armed Forces

    ​Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed into law a bill that allows foreign citizens to serve in Ukraine’s armed forces. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian Accused of Plotting Attack against Russian Embassy
    Nov03

    Ukrainian Accused of Plotting Attack against Russian Embassy

    A prosecutor has accused a Ukrainian man of plotting a terror attack against the Russian Embassy in London after returning from a visit to eastern Ukraine at the height of the conflict there.Prosecutor Robin Sellars told the Central Criminal Court that 35-year-old Vadim… …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian accused of plotting attack against Russian Embassy
    Nov03

    Ukrainian accused of plotting attack against Russian Embassy

    LONDON (AP) — A prosecutor has accused a Ukrainian man of plotting a terror attack against the Russian Embassy in London after returning from a visit to eastern Ukraine at the height of the conflict there. …read more Source: CNS...