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    Russian gas supplies to Poland drop further
    Sep11

    Russian gas supplies to Poland drop further

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland’s gas monopoly says that Russian natural gas deliveries dropped by 45 percent on Wednesday, the third day of decreases amid concern Moscow is piling on political pressure over the crisis in Ukraine. Domestically, experts say there is no need for immediate concern because the weather is warm and gas storage tanks...

    Poland registers a 45 percent drop in Russian gas delivers arriving through Ukraine, Belarus
    Sep11

    Poland registers a 45 percent drop in Russian gas delivers arriving through Ukraine, Belarus

    Poland’s gas monopoly says that Russian natural gas deliveries dropped by 45 percent on Wednesday, the third day of decreases amid concern Moscow is piling on political pressure over the crisis in Ukraine. …read more Source: FOX...

    Russia’s Putin orders new flexing of military muscle
    Sep11

    Russia’s Putin orders new flexing of military muscle

    Major military drill is 2nd announcement by Putin in 24 hours in clear response to NATO’s bolstering of defenses over Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Ukraine president claims most Russian forces have left country
    Sep11

    Ukraine president claims most Russian forces have left country

    Ukraine’s president has claimed that most Russian forces have left his country, in the latest conciliatory move aimed at stoking a peace campaign that began last week. …read more Source: FOX...

    Divided EU in new talks on Russia sanctions over Ukraine
    Sep11

    Divided EU in new talks on Russia sanctions over Ukraine

    Kiev (AFP) – The European Union holds a new round of talks on Thursday to try to agree on the latest round of sanctions against Moscow as a fragile truce in Ukraine appeared to be largely holding.EU leaders agreed last week to slap more punitive measures targeting Russia’s stagnant economy but Friday’s ceasefire forced a rethink...

    Most Countries Are Not Doing Enough to Recover Wartime Jewish Art
    Sep11

    Most Countries Are Not Doing Enough to Recover Wartime Jewish Art

    Italy is among the countries doing the least to identify and research works of art looted or otherwise acquired from Jews during the Holocaust, according to a report published on Wednesday. It is joined on the list by Poland, Hungary, Ukraine, Argentina and Brazil, among others. The report, compiled by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims...

    China, Russia to build seaport: report
    Sep11

    China, Russia to build seaport: report

    Beijing (AFP) – China and Russia will build one of the largest ports in northeast Asia on Russia’s Sea of Japan coast, reports said, in a further sign of the powerhouses’ growing alliance.The seaport is expected to be able to handle some 60 million tonnes of cargo a year, China’s state-run People’s Daily Online...

    Questions about whether Russian military aircraft buzzed HMCS Toronto – conflicting reports
    Sep11

    Questions about whether Russian military aircraft buzzed HMCS Toronto – conflicting reports

    By David Pugliese Defence Watch Three Russian military aircraft flew over HMCS Toronto, with at least one buzzing the Canadian frigate as it was in the Black Sea. Well, that’s what the Canadian government said a few days ago. “While the Russian military aircraft that circled the HMCS Toronto did not in any way pose a threat to the Canadian...

    Third seed Mladenovic falls at WTA Quebec City
    Sep11

    Third seed Mladenovic falls at WTA Quebec City

    Quebec City (AFP) – Kazakstan’s Sesil Karatantcheva, seeking her first WTA title, rallied to defeat French third seed Kristina Mladenovic 5-7, 6-4, 7-5 to reach the WTA Quebec City quarter-finals.Karatantcheva, ranked 195th, benefitted from 11 double faults by Mladenovic to advance. She will next face either Hungarian eighth seed...

    US, Russia to Discuss Alleged Nuclear Treaty Violations
    Sep11

    US, Russia to Discuss Alleged Nuclear Treaty Violations

    The State Department is leading a U.S. delegation that will meet with Russian officials in Moscow Thursday to discuss Russia’s alleged violation of provisions in the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces accord. The United States says Russia has conducted tests involving ground-based intermediate-range missiles. The move would violate...