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    From ‘Red October’ village, new evidence on downing of Malaysian plane over Ukraine
    Mar12

    From ‘Red October’ village, new evidence on downing of Malaysian plane over Ukraine

    CHERVONYI ZHOVTEN, Ukraine – Villagers in eastern Ukraine have told Reuters they saw a missile flying directly overhead just before a Malaysian airliner was shot out of the sky on July 17 last year, providing the most detailed accounts to date that suggest it was fired from territory held by pro-Russian rebels. …read more Source: The...

    From ‘Red October’ Village, New Evidence on MH17 Downing Over Ukraine
    Mar12

    From ‘Red October’ Village, New Evidence on MH17 Downing Over Ukraine

    Villagers in eastern Ukraine have told Reuters they saw a missile flying directly overhead just before a Malaysian airliner was shot out of the sky on July 17 last year, providing the most detailed accounts to date that suggest it was fired from territory held by pro-Russian rebels. The accounts from four villagers of Chervonyi Zhovten, which was...

    Putin’s grab of Crimea still rankles West. How about Crimeans?
    Mar12

    Putin’s grab of Crimea still rankles West. How about Crimeans?

    A new documentary to be aired on Russian state TV confirms a Kremlin plot to occupy Crimea, which has a Russian naval port. The annexation fueled a still-unresolved conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Christian Science...

    Why the 2016 Campaigners’ Cliff’s Notes Should Include ISIS, Ukraine, and the Middle East
    Mar12

    Why the 2016 Campaigners’ Cliff’s Notes Should Include ISIS, Ukraine, and the Middle East

    If we were to consider — even some 20 months out — how important foreign policy will be in the 2016 U.S. elections, a smart take from inside the Beltway might sound something like this: Sure, foreign policy is important, but most of the time just not to most Americans who vote. Americans continue to be singularly uninterested in matters beyond...

    Why the 2016 Campaigner’s Cliff’s Notes Should Include ISIS, Ukraine, and the Middle East
    Mar12

    Why the 2016 Campaigner’s Cliff’s Notes Should Include ISIS, Ukraine, and the Middle East

    If we were to consider — even some 20 months out — how important foreign policy will be in the 2016 U.S. elections, a smart take from inside the Beltway might sound something like this: Sure, foreign policy is important, but most of the time just not to most Americans who vote. Americans continue to be singularly uninterested in matters beyond...

    Blacklist Chelsea Football Club Owner Abramovich, says Putin Critic
    Mar12

    Blacklist Chelsea Football Club Owner Abramovich, says Putin Critic

    Kremlin-critic Alexei Navalny has called on the EU and U.S. to impose sanctions against more Russian businessmen close to president Vladimir Putin, including blacklisting Chelsea FC-owner Roman Abramovich and Arsenal FC shareholder Alisher Usmanov. “You can draw up a blacklist of about 1,000 people who will no longer be allowed entry into western...

    Poland, Which Has US Weapons, Weighs Sending Lethal Aid To Ukraine
    Mar12

    Poland, Which Has US Weapons, Weighs Sending Lethal Aid To Ukraine

    Poland’s Ministry of National Defense began discussions Thursday on whether to send weapons to Ukraine. While the Polish government has said that no firm decision has been made, the head of the country’s National Security Bureau, Stanislaw Koziej, said both parties were in agreement “that the stronger the Ukrainian army, the higher...

    ‘Friendly’ Ukraine Debt Talks Seen as Minister to Meet Creditors
    Mar12

    ‘Friendly’ Ukraine Debt Talks Seen as Minister to Meet Creditors

    Barclays Plc and Commerzbank AG are predicting Ukraine will avoid pushing bondholders to reduce the face value it owes as talks begin to ease its debt burden. …read more Source:...

    Nemtsov Killing May Have Exposed Cracks in Kremlin Unity
    Mar12

    Nemtsov Killing May Have Exposed Cracks in Kremlin Unity

    The killing of Russian opposition figure Boris Nemtsov within sight of the Kremlin has exposed rarely seen tensions between different camps inside President Vladimir Putin’s system of rule. No outsiders can know with any certainty what is happening behind the red-brick walls of the Kremlin, but some of Nemtsov’s associates say his...

    Ukraine Expects First IMF Loan Tranche By March 13
    Mar12

    Ukraine Expects First IMF Loan Tranche By March 13

    Ukrainian Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko says Kyiv expects the first tranche of $5 billion under a new four-year International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout program to be disbursed no later than March 13. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...