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    Western Military Alliance Expels Dozens of Suspected Russian Spies from NATO Headquarters
    May12

    Western Military Alliance Expels Dozens of Suspected Russian Spies from NATO Headquarters

    The western military alliance is reviving cold war-style hotlines to the Kremlin and the Russian general staff in Moscow to reduce the chances of escalating military confrontation and miscalculation as the Ukraine conflict fuels east-west tension. …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    “What does Moscow want?” asks Georgian president
    May12

    “What does Moscow want?” asks Georgian president

    By Robin Emmott BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The former Soviet republics of Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine are moving inexorably from the orbit of a… …read more Source:...

    Kerry Arrives in Russia for Putin Talks Amid Ukraine, Syria Tensions
    May12

    Kerry Arrives in Russia for Putin Talks Amid Ukraine, Syria Tensions

    (SOCHI, Russia) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Russia to meet President Vladimir Putin with an eye on easing badly strained relations over conflicts in Ukraine and Syria. Kerry laid a wreath at a World War II memorial in the Black Sea resort city Tuesday before holding talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Later, he was...

    Report by murdered politician estimates Russians lost over $54 billion since Crimea’s annexation
    May12

    Report by murdered politician estimates Russians lost over $54 billion since Crimea’s annexation

    The explosive posthumous report by Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, titled “Putin. War,” was published on Tuesday. The 64-page report alleges that Russia indeed played an active part in the war in Ukraine, despite the Kremlin’s ongoing denial of any involvement. It also noted that the Russian people paid a very heavy...

    Nemtsov Report Alleges Russia Spent Over A Billion Dollars Sending Fighters To Ukraine
    May12

    Nemtsov Report Alleges Russia Spent Over A Billion Dollars Sending Fighters To Ukraine

    MOSCOW, May 12 (Reuters) – Moscow spent more than 53 billion roubles ($1.04 billion) supplying a separatist rebellion in east Ukraine and at least 220 Russian soldiers have been killed there, a report by Russian opposition activists said on Tuesday. The report was the last project of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, who used open...

    Boris Nemtsov report: 220 Russian soldiers died in Ukraine
    May12

    Boris Nemtsov report: 220 Russian soldiers died in Ukraine

    Russian officials have denied any of its soldiers have fought in Ukraine, saying Russians who have joined the separatists were volunteers. …read more Source: New York Daily...

    Report Questions Russia’s Ukraine Narrative
    May12

    Report Questions Russia’s Ukraine Narrative

    More than 200 Russian military personnel have been killed in fighting in eastern Ukraine, according to a report based on research begun by slain opposition leader Boris Nemtsov. The estimated death toll is one of the main findings of the much-anticipated report on Russia’s involvement in the Ukraine conflict, which was completed by allies...

    Foreigners could be allowed to serve in Ukrainian army
    May12

    Foreigners could be allowed to serve in Ukrainian army

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — The Ukrainian parliament has given preliminary approval to allowing foreigners to serve in its army. …read more Source: U.S....

    Kerry to Meet Russia’s Putin Amid Ukraine, Syria Tensions
    May12

    Kerry to Meet Russia’s Putin Amid Ukraine, Syria Tensions

    SOCHI, Russia—U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Russia to meet President Vladimir Putin with an eye on easing badly strained relations over conflicts in Ukraine and Syria. Kerry laid a wreath at a World War II memorial in the Black Sea resort city Tuesday before holding talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Later, he was to...

    Kerry to meet Russia's Putin amid Ukraine, Syria tensions
    May12

    Kerry to meet Russia's Putin amid Ukraine, Syria tensions

    SOCHI, Russia — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Russia to meet President Vladimir Putin with an eye on easing badly strained relations over conflicts in Ukraine and Syria.Kerry laid a wreath at a World War II memorial in the Black Sea resort city Tuesday before holding talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Later, he was to...