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    Russians With Western Ties Increasingly Branded ‘Traitors’
    Sep19

    Russians With Western Ties Increasingly Branded ‘Traitors’

    Russia steps up campaign to brand people with Western ties as ‘traitors’ amid Ukraine conflict …read more Source: ABC...

    World Briefing: Ukraine: U.S. Judge Tosses Tymoshenko Lawsuit
    Sep19

    World Briefing: Ukraine: U.S. Judge Tosses Tymoshenko Lawsuit

    A federal judge in Manhattan on Friday dismissed a civil lawsuit filed by Yulia V. Tymoshenko, the former Ukrainian prime minister and presidential candidate. …read more Source: The New York...

    U.S. Court Dismisses Ex-Ukrainian Leader’s Suit Against Political Foes
    Sep19

    U.S. Court Dismisses Ex-Ukrainian Leader’s Suit Against Political Foes

    A U.S. court judge dismissed a lawsuit by former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko accusing her political opponents of running a U.S.-based racketeering enterprise that led to her imprisonment. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    NATO Chief To Make First Visit To Ukraine Next Week
    Sep19

    NATO Chief To Make First Visit To Ukraine Next Week

    NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg will next week make his first visit to Ukraine to hold talks with top officials and launch a joint disaster-management exercise, the alliance said September 18. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Poroshenko Removes European Reporters From Ban List
    Sep19

    Poroshenko Removes European Reporters From Ban List

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko signed an order September 18 to revoke a ban on several journalists of British, Spanish and German citizenship. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Weekend Roundup: Connecting Minds Across Cultures
    Sep19

    Weekend Roundup: Connecting Minds Across Cultures

    “Forty years of crisscrossing the planet has led me to suspect that the world isn’t growing smaller,” the inveterate traveler and literary journalist Pico Iyer laments. “If anything, the differences, the distances between us, are growing greater than they’ve ever been. In the Age of Information, many of us know less...

    Putin, Berlusconi linked to alleged theft of a 1775 wine in Crimea
    Sep19

    Putin, Berlusconi linked to alleged theft of a 1775 wine in Crimea

    Kiev considers laying charges, though they’d likely be moot in the wake of Russia’s move to annex the disputed peninsula …read more Source: The Globe and...

    US-Russia War? Pentagon Updates Plan For Possible War With Moscow As Tensions Build Over Syria And Ukraine Conflicts: Report
    Sep19

    US-Russia War? Pentagon Updates Plan For Possible War With Moscow As Tensions Build Over Syria And Ukraine Conflicts: Report

    The United States is updating contingency plans in the event of a war with Russia, the first time the U.S. …read more Source: International Business...

    Ex-Ukraine PM Tymoshenko’s U.S. racketeering lawsuit dismissed
    Sep18

    Ex-Ukraine PM Tymoshenko’s U.S. racketeering lawsuit dismissed

    By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) – A Manhattan federal judge on Friday dismissed former Ukrainian prime minister and presidential… …read more Source:...

    Putin, Berlusconi in Ukraine probe for drinking rare Crimea wine
    Sep18

    Putin, Berlusconi in Ukraine probe for drinking rare Crimea wine

    MOSCOW — Ukrainian prosecutors are preparing charges against the director of a winery in Russian-occupied Crimea for allegedly uncorking a 240-year-old bottle for Russian President Vladimir Putin and former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi. Ukrainian prosecutors responsible for Crimea said on Friday they are preparing to file embezzlement...