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    FP’s Situation Report: Islamic State beheads another American; the Pentagon rethinks future war plans; Putin undeterred in Ukraine; and much more.
    Nov17
    Polish Diplomats Given 48 Hours to Leave Russia
    Nov17

    Polish Diplomats Given 48 Hours to Leave Russia

    Russia said on Monday several of its diplomats had been expelled from Poland and that a number of Polish diplomats had left Russia after Moscow took “adequate” measures in return. Ties between Russia and European Union member states have been strained by the crisis in Ukraine and by EU sanctions imposed after Russia annexed the Crimea peninsula...

    In Ukraine, Grief, Pride, And Anger As Families Remember Euromaidan Dead
    Nov17

    In Ukraine, Grief, Pride, And Anger As Families Remember Euromaidan Dead

    As Ukraine prepares to mark one year since the Euromaidan revolt broke out in Kyiv, the anniversary is stirring up painful memories for families of those killed during the protests. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Peace in east Ukraine is possible, Putin says, but not now
    Nov17

    Peace in east Ukraine is possible, Putin says, but not now

    Russia’s president said he believes peace in Ukraine is possible but that neither side is fully holding up a truce struck in September. …read more Source: CTV...

    Ukraine Braces for ‘Full-Scale War’
    Nov17

    Ukraine Braces for ‘Full-Scale War’

    Ukrainian soldiers are on edge and artillery barrages continue. With Russian troops and tanks crossing the border, how long can this ‘ceasefire’ hold? …read more Source: The Daily...

    Artillery fire, explosions shake Donetsk airport in east Ukraine clashes
    Nov17

    Artillery fire, explosions shake Donetsk airport in east Ukraine clashes

    Attempts underway to negotiate an end to a battle that is undermining a ceasefire in regions held by separatists …read more Source: The Globe and...

    Vladimir Putin says peace in Ukraine is possible, but both sides must abide truce
    Nov17

    Vladimir Putin says peace in Ukraine is possible, but both sides must abide truce

    Russia’s president said he believes peace in Ukraine is possible but that neither side is fully holding up a truce struck in September. In an interview with German television broadcast late Sunday, Putin said he was convinced that it was possible to end the deadlock in east Ukraine, where pro-Russian rebels have been battling Kiev’s...

    Putin says Moscow won’t allow Ukraine rebels to fail
    Nov17

    Putin says Moscow won’t allow Ukraine rebels to fail

    MOSCOW – The leaders of Russia and Germany squared off over Ukraine from opposite sides of the globe, with Vladimir Putin warning that Moscow will not accept a defeat for the pro-Russian rebels and Angela Merkel accusing the Kremlin of undermining peace across Europe. But despite the harsh rhetoric, European Union foreign ministers refrained from...

    Putin says sides not abiding peace deal in Ukraine
    Nov17

    Putin says sides not abiding peace deal in Ukraine

    MOSCOW – Russia’s president said he believes peace in Ukraine is possible but that neither side is fully holding up a truce struck in September. In an interview with German television broadcast late Sunday, Putin said he was convinced that it was possible to end the deadlock in east Ukraine, where pro-Russian rebels have been battling...

    Putin says neither side upholding ceasefire agreement in Ukraine
    Nov17

    Putin says neither side upholding ceasefire agreement in Ukraine

    Russia’s president said he believes peace in Ukraine is possible but that neither side is fully holding up a truce struck in September. …read more Source: FOX...