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    Serbia struggles to decide course under Western and Russian pressure over Ukraine
    Sep08

    Serbia struggles to decide course under Western and Russian pressure over Ukraine

    Radivoje Miljanic, the owner of “Putin Cafe,” has no dilemma over the course Serbia should take over Ukraine: turn off the pro-Western path and forge a strong alliance with Slavic ally Russia. …read more Source: FOX...

    Ukraine ceasefire holding; Poroshenko to visit Mariupol
    Sep08

    Ukraine ceasefire holding; Poroshenko to visit Mariupol

    A ceasefire between pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian government troops appeared to be largely holding Monday in eastern Ukraine, a day after shelling and clashes rattled nerves and imperiled the peace deal. …read more Source: CTV...

    Ukrainian Leader To Visit Embattled Eastern City Of Mariupol
    Sep08

    Ukrainian Leader To Visit Embattled Eastern City Of Mariupol

    In a surprise announcement, Petro Poroshenko says he will go to the region despite sporadic shelling that has tested a shaky cease-fire agreement with pro-Russia separatists.» E-Mail This …read more Source:...

    Donetsk residents seek shelter
    Sep08

    Donetsk residents seek shelter

    Amid a shaky ceasefire in Ukraine, civilians seek safety in a bunker and Amnesty International says it has proof Russia is helping separatists. Katie Sargent reports Video provided by Reuters …read more Source: USA...

    Putin’s Plan For Ukraine, In One Sentence
    Sep08

    Putin’s Plan For Ukraine, In One Sentence

    A tenuous ceasefire between Ukraine and Russian-backed separatists is holding for now, but the prospect of a political deal to end the crisis is still far away. With Ukrainian parliamentary elections seven weeks away and tensions simmering, there is little chance that Kiev will make concessions that Vladimir Putin wants before fighting breaks out...

    Russia’s Medvedev Warns EU Against New Sanctions, Airspace Ban, As Ukrainian Cease-Fire Holds
    Sep08

    Russia’s Medvedev Warns EU Against New Sanctions, Airspace Ban, As Ukrainian Cease-Fire Holds

    Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, in an interview to the Russian daily Vedomosti, said that Russia will respond “asymmetrically” if the European Union, or EU, decides to impose further sanctions on the country. …read more Source: International Business...

    Cease-fire Holds, Ukraine Leader to Visit East
    Sep08

    Cease-fire Holds, Ukraine Leader to Visit East

    KIEV, Ukraine — A cease-fire between pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian government troops appeared to be largely holding Monday in eastern Ukraine, a day after shelling and clashes rattled nerves and imperiled the peace deal. In a surprise announcement, Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko was traveling Monday to the embattled coastal city of...

    Here’s A 5-Second Guide To What Traders Are Talking About Today
    Sep08

    Here’s A 5-Second Guide To What Traders Are Talking About Today

    Dave Lutz of JonesTrading has the top topics about which traders are talking today: US futures are ticking slightly lower as the Growth trade is under pressure – not just fresh EU sanctions, but a Scotland Poll this weekend has Pound getting whacked, UK and EU equities under pressure – and a bid under Bunds and Treasuries. The Ukrainian...

    New UN Rights Chief Calls Syria, Iraq Top Concerns
    Sep08

    New UN Rights Chief Calls Syria, Iraq Top Concerns

    The new UN rights chief, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, says Syria and Iraq are the world’s top humanitarian crises. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ceasefire holding in Ukraine; Poroshenko to visit Mariupol
    Sep08

    Ceasefire holding in Ukraine; Poroshenko to visit Mariupol

    A ceasefire between pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian government troops appeared to be largely holding Monday in eastern Ukraine, a day after shelling and clashes rattled nerves and imperiled the peace deal. …read more Source: CTV...