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    Ukraine’s Ousted President Yanukovich Is Now On Interpol’s Most Wanted List
    Jan12

    Ukraine’s Ousted President Yanukovich Is Now On Interpol’s Most Wanted List

    KIEV, Jan 12 (Reuters) – Interpol has put ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich on the international wanted list on Ukrainian charges of embezzlement and financial wrong-doing, according to a notice on the international police organization’s website on Monday. Ukrainian authorities said Interpol’s publication of a...

    Russia urges West to restore anti-terror cooperation
    Jan12

    Russia urges West to restore anti-terror cooperation

    MOSCOW (AP) – Russia’s foreign minister says terror attacks in France have highlighted the need to restore anti-terror cooperation between Moscow and the West. Sergey Lavrov said Monday that such cooperation, which the West suspended last year amid tensions over Ukraine, was essential for fighting terror. Lavrov … …read...

    Ethnic Russian Pleads Not Guilty To Hate Charge In Kazakhstan
    Jan12

    Ethnic Russian Pleads Not Guilty To Hate Charge In Kazakhstan

    An ethnic Russian Kazakh citizen charged with inciting ethnic hatred over derogatory references to Kazakhs and calls for the country to become part of Russia has pleaded not guilty. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Foreign ministers gather in Berlin to seek Ukraine progress
    Jan12

    Foreign ministers gather in Berlin to seek Ukraine progress

    BERLIN — Germany’s foreign minister is hosting his counterparts from Russia, Ukraine and France to try to calm the Ukrainian crisis and perhaps clear the way for a summit of the countries’ leaders.The Berlin meeting on Monday evening follows a flurry of diplomacy including a brief weekend encounter in Paris between the German, French...

    Interpol issues wanted notice for deposed Ukrainian leader Yanukovych
    Jan12

    Interpol issues wanted notice for deposed Ukrainian leader Yanukovych

    Interpol on Monday issued an international red notice for Viktor Yanukovych, nearly one year after the former Ukrainian president fled to Russia following a failed and violent attempt by his security forces to quash anti-government protesters’ three-month revolution on Kiev’s Independence Square See also: The Ukrainian revolution, one...

    Interpol puts Ukraine’s ex-president Yanukovych on global wanted list
    Jan12

    Interpol puts Ukraine’s ex-president Yanukovych on global wanted list

    Yanukovych has been living in Russia since being ousted by street protests almost a year ago …read more Source: The Globe and...

    ‘Frozen conflicts’: Democracies decline to uphold their own values
    Jan12

    ‘Frozen conflicts’: Democracies decline to uphold their own values

    The front lines in eastern Ukraine have moved very little in recent weeks as Russia-backed separatists and government forces hunker down for winter and a World War I-style impasse sets in. …read more Source: Los Angeles...

    A Long Showdown In The Ruins Of The Donetsk Airport
    Jan12

    A Long Showdown In The Ruins Of The Donetsk Airport

    In the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, the international airport is on the front lines of the separatist conflict. Government troops and pro-Russian separatists have each taken up positions in the destroyed airport buildings and are fighting for control of the strategic site. RFE/RL’s Shahida Yakub crossed through checkpoints and battle...

    FP’s Situation Report: More than one million march in Paris to defy ‘Charlie Hebdo’ attack; Europe must strike a balance between security and civil liberties; Attack reveals a global terror network; and much more.
    Jan12

    FP’s Situation Report: More than one million march in Paris to defy ‘Charlie Hebdo’ attack; Europe must strike a balance between security and civil liberties; Attack reveals a global terror network; and much more.

    By David Francis with Sabine Muscat More than one million people march the streets of Paris in solidarity and defiance after the Charlie Hebdo attacks shatter Europe’s sense of security. Among the marchers were more than 40 world leaders, including President François Hollande of France, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, Prime Minister...

    U.S. Protesters Target Russian Classical Music Stars Over Ukraine Conflict
    Jan12

    U.S. Protesters Target Russian Classical Music Stars Over Ukraine Conflict

    Pro-Ukrainian activists plan to protest U.S. performances of world-renowned Russian conductor Valery Gergiev and opera singer Anna Netrebko in response to their positions on the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...