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    5 Police Reportedly Injured in Kiev Gay March Clash
    Jun06

    5 Police Reportedly Injured in Kiev Gay March Clash

    Smoke bombs thrown, 5 police reportedly injured in Kiev gay march clash …read more Source: ABC...

    Obama to Rally Allies on Ukraine at G-7
    Jun06

    Obama to Rally Allies on Ukraine at G-7

    U.S. President Barack Obama travels to Germany Saturday for the two-day meeting of the Group of Seven, the world’s seven leading industrialized countries. While trade is the official agenda for the gathering, the crisis in Ukraine, including Russia’s annexation of the Ukraine’s Crimea is expected to be high on the agenda. Russia...

    Five Police Injured In Kyiv Gay Pride Clashes
    Jun06

    Five Police Injured In Kyiv Gay Pride Clashes

    The Ukrainian Interior Ministry says five police officers were injured — one seriously — when members of Ukraine’s Right Sector extremist organization threw firecrackers at the participants in a gay pride parade in Kyiv on June 6. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    New shelling in eastern Ukraine as Harper arrives in Kyiv ahead of G7
    Jun06

    New shelling in eastern Ukraine as Harper arrives in Kyiv ahead of G7

    KYIV, Ukraine – Prime Minister Stephen Harper started his visit to Kyiv today amidst a major flare up of violence in Ukraine’s restive east.Michael Bociurkiw, the Canadian-born spokesman of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, says more than 500 explosions were heard in Donetsk city between 11 p.m. and midnight...

    Harper kicks off pre-election trip to Europe with harsh words for Vladimir Putin
    Jun06

    Harper kicks off pre-election trip to Europe with harsh words for Vladimir Putin

    On his third visit to Ukraine, gripped now by fresh and deadly clashes with Russian-backed separatists, Prime Minister Stephen Harper has sharpened his rhetoric about Russian aggression, saying there is “no point” in a dialogue with Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom Harper accuses of a “Cold War” mindset. The prime minister’s visit...

    MH17: Dutch Foreign Minister Discusses Efforts To Prosecute Suspects in Case With Russia’s Sergei Lavrov
    Jun06

    MH17: Dutch Foreign Minister Discusses Efforts To Prosecute Suspects in Case With Russia’s Sergei Lavrov

    Dutch foreign minister Bert Koenders said Saturday that he and his Russian counterpart discussed efforts to prosecute suspects in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine last July. Koenders met with Russia’s Sergei Lavrov during a visit to Moscow, where the pair also discussed the controversial Russian travel...

    Putin Blames Ukraine For Stalling Peace Deal, Says Russia Wants Peace
    Jun06

    Putin Blames Ukraine For Stalling Peace Deal, Says Russia Wants Peace

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday that Moscow supports the Minsk peace agreements ratified in February in Ukraine, but blamed Kiev for stalling the truce efforts. …read more Source: International Business...

    Putin Cites ‘No Regrets’ Amid Latest Thinking On Ukraine, World Matters
    Jun06

    Putin Cites ‘No Regrets’ Amid Latest Thinking On Ukraine, World Matters

    Russian President Vladimir Putin told an Italian newspaper that he has “nothing to regret” in life while he fully backs the Minsk peace agreements in Ukraine, though progress is being stalled by Kiev. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Monitor: Ukraine cease-fire violations on the rise
    Jun06

    Monitor: Ukraine cease-fire violations on the rise

    The mission monitoring the cease-fire warned about heavy weapons missing, rockets and launchers being used …read more Source:...

    US loses 3-0 to Ukraine at Under-20 World Cup
    Jun06

    US loses 3-0 to Ukraine at Under-20 World Cup

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Already assured a berth in the second round, the United States completed the group stage of the Under-20 World Cup with a 3-0 loss to Ukraine on Friday in Auckland. …read more Source: CNS...