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    Russia threatens to cut off gas supply to Ukraine over unpaid deliveries
    Nov24

    Russia threatens to cut off gas supply to Ukraine over unpaid deliveries

    Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak says Russia will cut off gas supply to Ukraine “today or tomorrow” over unpaid deliveries. …read more Source: CTV...

    Russia threatens gas cut off to Ukraine over debts
    Nov24

    Russia threatens gas cut off to Ukraine over debts

    Russian news agencies on Tuesday quoted Novak as saying that Ukraine has pre-paid for gas only once since and that Moscow would have to cut off supplies “today or tomorrow”. Temperatures in Ukraine can drop to as cold as -4 degrees Fahrenheit (-20 degrees Celsius) in winter, and most homes in Ukraine rely on piped gas for central...

    Russia threatens gas cut off to Ukraine over debts
    Nov24

    Russia threatens gas cut off to Ukraine over debts

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak says Russia will cut off gas supply to Ukraine “today or tomorrow” over unpaid deliveries. …read more Source: U.S....

    Russia Threatens Gas Cut off to Ukraine Over Debts
    Nov24

    Russia Threatens Gas Cut off to Ukraine Over Debts

    Russia will cut off gas supplies to Ukraine ‘today or tomorrow’ …read more Source: ABC...

    Russia threatens gas cut off to Ukraine over debts
    Nov24

    Russia threatens gas cut off to Ukraine over debts

    Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak says Russia will cut off gas supply to Ukraine “today or tomorrow” over unpaid deliveries. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Biden to Discuss Migrants, Terrorism in Croatia Visit
    Nov24

    Biden to Discuss Migrants, Terrorism in Croatia Visit

    U.S. Vice President Joe Biden is traveling Wednesday to Croatia to discuss the influx of migrants, energy issues and the fight against terrorism with Croatian officials and European Council President Donald Tusk. Those meetings will happen on the sidelines of a summit of Southeastern European leaders in Zagreb hosted by Croatian President Kolinda...

    Sabotage blacks out Crimea, raising Russia-Ukraine tensions
    Nov24

    Sabotage blacks out Crimea, raising Russia-Ukraine tensions

    MOSCOW — Crimean Tatar activists and Ukrainian nationalists on Monday prevented repair crews from restoring the main power lines in southern Ukraine that supply Crimea, leaving the disputed peninsula in the dark and Ukraine and Russia headed toward a standoff over the issue. …read more Source: Pittsburgh...

    Russian Supreme Court To Hear Ukrainian Filmmaker’s Appeal In Terrorism Case
    Nov24

    Russian Supreme Court To Hear Ukrainian Filmmaker’s Appeal In Terrorism Case

    Russia’s Supreme Court is set to hear an appeal in the case of Ukrainian film director Oleh Sentsov, who was jailed in August for 20 years on terrorism charges that he and international rights groups call politically motivated. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Pro-Ukraine Activists Block Repair of Sabotaged Power Lines to Crimea
    Nov24

    Pro-Ukraine Activists Block Repair of Sabotaged Power Lines to Crimea

    Pro-Ukrainian activists prevented repairs to sabotaged power lines leading to Crimea on Monday, keeping the Russian-annexed peninsula starved of electricity for a second day and tensions between Moscow and Kyiv high. Ethnic Tatars and members of Ukrainian nationalist battalions largely blocked access for engineers to four pylons in Kherson, a...

    Crimea Declares a State of Emergency
    Nov24

    Crimea Declares a State of Emergency

    Crimea declared a state of emergency after pylons carrying electricity into the peninsula were blown up over the weekend. The Wall Street Journal reports: Russia’s Energy Ministry said almost two million people had been left without power. The local energy ministry said that between 20% and 30% of the peninsula was supplied with...