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    Poland resumes gas deliveries to Ukraine
    Sep12

    Poland resumes gas deliveries to Ukraine

    Warsaw (AFP) – Poland’s state-owned pipeline operator on Friday said it resumed gas deliveries to war-torn Ukraine, following a brief interruption brought on by slashed supplies.Warsaw stopped sending the daily four million cubic metres of gas to Ukraine on Wednesday, accusing Russia’s Gazprom of only delivering 45 percent of...

    West imposes new Russia sanctions, Putin defiant
    Sep12

    West imposes new Russia sanctions, Putin defiant

    Kiev (AFP) – The United States and European Union hit Russia with tough new sanctions Friday in a coordinated riposte to Moscow’s “unacceptable behaviour” in Ukraine.Moscow responded by accusing its foes of seeking to derail a fragile ceasefire that came into force just a week ago, aimed at halting a conflict that has...

    EU, Ukraine Delay Entry Into Force Of Free Trade Pact
    Sep12

    EU, Ukraine Delay Entry Into Force Of Free Trade Pact

    The European Union and Ukraine have delayed the application of their deep and comprehensive free-trade agreement (DCFTA) by 15 months — to December 31, 2015. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine President Says Truce Is Growing Stronger
    Sep12

    Ukraine President Says Truce Is Growing Stronger

    President Petro O. Poroshenko, who has been trying to generate a sense of momentum for a lasting cease-fire, also ruled out trying to take back Crimea by force. …read more Source: The New York...

    Obama May Have Just Dealt A Crushing Blow To Russia’s Oil Exploration
    Sep12

    Obama May Have Just Dealt A Crushing Blow To Russia’s Oil Exploration

    New U.S. sanctions handed down on Friday are designed to effectively “shut off” Russian oil conglomerates from oil exploration projects, U.S. officials said, in a move aimed squarely at Russia’s $425 billion-a-year petroleum industry. The measures are “designed to effectively shut down this type of oil exploration and...

    US tightens sanctions on Russia
    Sep12

    US tightens sanctions on Russia

    Making good on promises to further isolate Russia from the global financial system because of its conflict with neighboring Ukraine, the Obama administration on Friday issued tough new sanctions on top state-owned Russian banks, energy firms and the defense sector. …read more Source: Miami...

    Dutch Hope Shards Will Lead to Weapon That Downed MH17
    Sep12

    Dutch Hope Shards Will Lead to Weapon That Downed MH17

    Investigators trying to find out who shot down Malaysia Airlines MH17 over eastern Ukraine have recovered 25 pieces of metal from baggage and bodies, which could lead them to the missile believed to have torn apart the airliner. Dutch prosecution service chief Fred Westerbeke, who is leading the international inquiry into the July 17 disaster,...

    Photos September 12: Top images from around the world
    Sep12

    Photos September 12: Top images from around the world

    Takanui Smith (Rear) rides a wave as fellow surfers and filming crew reacts during the shooting of a remake of the 1991 classic “Point Break” on September 11, in a photo that was released on Sept. 12, 2014, 2014 in the Hava’e pass in Teahupoo, on the French Polynesian island of Tahiti. The American action thriller film directed by Ericson...

    New Russia sanctions – will they bite?
    Sep12

    New Russia sanctions – will they bite?

    Europe’s latest round of sanctions on Russia takes hold, with the proviso they could be lifted if Ukraine’s fragile ceasefire holds. Joel Flynn looks at what impact they might have on a Russian economy already verging on recession and a rouble at re …read more Source: USA...

    U.S. expands sanctions against key Russian sectors
    Sep12

    U.S. expands sanctions against key Russian sectors

    As punishment for aggression against Ukraine, the West is hitting Russia’s financial, defense and energy sectors …read more Source:...