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    EU to adapt its foreign policy to new realities, crises
    Mar04

    EU to adapt its foreign policy to new realities, crises

    BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union is rethinking its foreign policy to better adapt to crises like the ones it faces in Ukraine, Russia and Syria without having to be overly dependent on allies like the United States. …read more Source: U.S....

    EU to adapt its foreign policy to react quickly to crises, cut reliance on other partners
    Mar04

    EU to adapt its foreign policy to react quickly to crises, cut reliance on other partners

    The European Union is rethinking its foreign policy to better adapt to crises like the ones it faces in Ukraine, Russia and Syria without having to be overly dependent on allies like the United States. …read more Source: FOX...

    Putin says Nemtsov assassination a ‘disgrace’
    Mar04

    Putin says Nemtsov assassination a ‘disgrace’

    Moscow (AFP) – Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday described the killing of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov as a tragedy that had brought disgrace on Russia, and warned against a rise in “extremist crime”.”We must pay the greatest attention to crimes that prompt a major reaction, including those that are...

    Putin calls opposition politician’s slaying a ‘disgrace’
    Mar04

    Putin calls opposition politician’s slaying a ‘disgrace’

    MOSCOW (AP) — The killing of a key opposition figure is a “disgrace” to Russia, President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday. In televised remarks to Interior Ministry employees, Putin condemned the slaying of Boris Nemtsov, who was gunned down while walking near the Kremlin late Friday. While the Kremlin said Saturday that Putin had sent his...

    EU to adapt its foreign policy to new realities, crises
    Mar04

    EU to adapt its foreign policy to new realities, crises

    BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union is rethinking its foreign policy to better adapt to crises like the ones it faces in Ukraine, Russia and Syria… …read more Source:...

    EU to adapt its foreign policy to new realities, crises
    Mar04

    EU to adapt its foreign policy to new realities, crises

    BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union is rethinking its foreign policy to better adapt to crises like the ones it faces in Ukraine, Russia and Syria without having to be overly dependent on allies like the United States.read more …read more Source: CNS...

    Dozens of Miners Missing Feared Dead in Rebel East Ukraine
    Mar04

    Dozens of Miners Missing Feared Dead in Rebel East Ukraine

    Dozens of miners were trapped underground and feared dead after a blast on Wednesday at a coal mine in the eastern Ukrainian rebel stronghold of Donetsk, with rescuers saying the chance of finding many survivors was slim. Mine officials said the explosion was not linked to fighting at the nearby frontline in the war between Moscow-backed rebels...

    One killed, dozens trapped after coal mine blast in eastern Ukraine
    Mar04

    One killed, dozens trapped after coal mine blast in eastern Ukraine

    DONETSK, Ukraine – An explosion ripped through a coal mine before dawn Wednesday in war-torn eastern Ukraine, killing at least one miner and trapping more than 30 others underground, rebel and government officials said. One injured miner reported seeing five bodies. The explosion at the Zasyadko mine in Donetsk, an eastern city under separatist...

    Deadly blast at Ukraine coal mine kills 33
    Mar04

    Deadly blast at Ukraine coal mine kills 33

    Amy R. ConnollyDONETSK, Ukraine, March 4 (UPI) — Some 33 people are dead and at least a dozen are injured in a methane gas explosion in a notoriously dangerous coal mine in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: United Press...

    FP’s Situation Report: Did Bibi outline a path to a deal?; Petraeus completes his fall from grace; Pentagon owns up to Mosul missteps; and much more from around the world.
    Mar04

    FP’s Situation Report: Did Bibi outline a path to a deal?; Petraeus completes his fall from grace; Pentagon owns up to Mosul missteps; and much more from around the world.

    By David Francis with Sabine Muscat Did Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu open the door to an Iran deal? Democrats are still smarting while Republicans happily endorse Bibi’s divisive speech to Congress. But the Israeli PM might have plotted a path toward an acceptable deal by dropping his previous demands that Iran not enrich...