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    EU warms a little to Belarus as relations with Moscow hit lows over Ukraine
    Mar07

    EU warms a little to Belarus as relations with Moscow hit lows over Ukraine

    The European Union is starting to warm to Belarus again after years of bitter division during which the east European nation was coined as “the last dictatorship” on the continent. …read more Source: FOX...

    EU Warms, a Little, to Belarus as Russia Relations Freeze
    Mar07

    EU Warms, a Little, to Belarus as Russia Relations Freeze

    EU warms a little to Belarus as relations with Moscow hit lows over Ukraine …read more Source: ABC...

    EU warms, a little, to Belarus as Russia relations freeze
    Mar07

    EU warms, a little, to Belarus as Russia relations freeze

    RIGA, Latvia (AP) — The European Union is starting to warm to Belarus again after years of bitter division during which the east European nation was coined as “the last dictatorship” on the continent. At the end of Saturday’s EU foreign affairs meeting, the Latvian host said that as relations with Russia take a further dive “we see the...

    Russia-Canada war of words turns hostile amid Nazi accusations
    Mar07

    Russia-Canada war of words turns hostile amid Nazi accusations

    A 93-year-old Quebec beekeeper accused of being a Nazi war criminal has become the latest salvo in an increasingly hostile war of words between the Canadian and Russian governments. The two countries have been slinging insults and accusations at each other on Twitter and other social media since Russia annexed Crimea and began providing military...

    Russian authorities arrest 2 suspects in Boris Nemtsov murder probe
    Mar07

    Russian authorities arrest 2 suspects in Boris Nemtsov murder probe

    KIEV, Ukraine — Russian authorities have arrested two men on suspicion of killing opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, state media reported the head of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) Alexander Bortnikov as saying on Saturday. See also: Ukrainian girlfriend of Boris Nemtsov under protection after death threats Phone taps and evidence...

    2 Arrested for Nemtsov Murder
    Mar07

    2 Arrested for Nemtsov Murder

    Russia has arrested two suspects for the murder of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, the head of Russia’s federal security Alexander Bortnikov told state television. Bortnikov said Saturday the two men he identified as Anzor Gubashev and Zaur Dadayev were from the North Caucasus region, but he gave no other details. It was not clear if...

    Russia: 2 suspects detained in murder of Boris Nemtsov
    Mar07

    Russia: 2 suspects detained in murder of Boris Nemtsov

    Kremlin critics say the spiteful nationalist propaganda on state television, which cast Nemtsov and other liberals as Western stooges, helped prepare the ground for his killing. “The atmosphere of mad aggression created by the state television … has signaled that you could do anything to the people expressing a different view, this...

    Russia: 2 suspects detained in murder of Boris Nemtsov
    Mar07

    Russia: 2 suspects detained in murder of Boris Nemtsov

    MOSCOW (AP) — The head of Russia’s federal security service said Saturday that two suspects have been detained in the killing a week ago of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov. Alexander Bortnikov made the statement on state television. He said the two suspects were from Russia’s North Caucasus region, but no other details were given....

    In EU foreign policy, strength through unity hard to come by
    Mar07

    In EU foreign policy, strength through unity hard to come by

    For EU unity has been in short supply here on the shores of the Baltic Sea, where Europe’s top diplomats gathered this week to forge a common strategy on the Ukraine crisis. Several former Soviet bloc nations — including the three Baltic states and Tusk’s Poland — urge a tough line in the face of what they see as Russian aggression,...

    In EU foreign policy, strength through unity hard to come by
    Mar07

    In EU foreign policy, strength through unity hard to come by

    RIGA, Latvia (AP) — It was enough even for the normally unflappable European Union President Donald Tusk to start losing his cool. He stuttered, staggered his sentences, as he assessed what Russian President Vladimir Putin was doing to the EU’s brittle sense of unity. “One of the most important goals for President Putin today is to divide...