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    Serbia caught in middle over Ukraine
    Sep08

    Serbia caught in middle over Ukraine

    NOVI SAD, Serbia (AP) — 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: Associated...

    US, Russia to Hold Talks on 1987 Arms Accord
    Sep08

    US, Russia to Hold Talks on 1987 Arms Accord

    Russian and U.S. officials will meet in Moscow on Thursday to discuss a 1987 arms control treaty whose future could be in doubt. Washington and Moscow have questioned each other’s commitment to the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty and their relationship has deteriorated over the Ukraine crisis, with tensions heightened...

    Amnesty International’s Chief Urges Kyiv To Control Volunteer Militia
    Sep08

    Amnesty International’s Chief Urges Kyiv To Control Volunteer Militia

    Amnesty International’s Secretary General Salil Shetty has urged Ukraine’s government to stop abuses and war crimes by volunteer soldiers who fight alongside government troops in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    ‘Shaky’ Ukraine ceasefire holding
    Sep08

    ‘Shaky’ Ukraine ceasefire holding

    A ceasefire struck between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists was largely holding on Monday in eastern Ukraine despite sporadic violations, but Europe’s security watchdog said the sides must push for a political settlement. …read more Source: The Toronto...

    Serbia Caught Between Russia and Ukraine
    Sep08

    Serbia Caught Between Russia and Ukraine

    NOVI SAD, Serbia—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. “Our government cannot sit on two chairs,” Miljanic, said sipping vodka in his smoky joint under a poster of Russian President Vladimir...

    Serbia caught in middle over Ukraine
    Sep08

    Serbia caught in middle 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: Miami...

    Serbia caught in middle over Ukraine
    Sep08

    Serbia caught in middle over Ukraine

    In this photo taken Tuesday, April 16, 2013, a beggar sits by the wall with graffiti that reads: “Never EU!” and “EU?” in Belgrade, Serbia. Serbia, caught in the middle of Moscow’s row with th… …read more Source: The Bismarck...

    Ukraine Crisis: Death Toll Above 3,000 As Sporadic Shelling Threatens Cease-Fire
    Sep08

    Ukraine Crisis: Death Toll Above 3,000 As Sporadic Shelling Threatens Cease-Fire

    More than 3,000 people have been killed in the conflict in Ukraine between pro-Russian separatists and the Ukrainian government, a senior United Nations human rights official said Monday. That count includes the 298 passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 that was shot down over rebel-held territory on July 17. …read more Source:...

    Serbia caught in middle over Ukraine
    Sep08

    Serbia caught in middle over Ukraine

    Serbia finds itself caught in the middle of Moscow’s row with the West over Ukraine and is suddenly being confronted with a hard choice: continue down its path toward EU membership, or give up that dream and seek closer ties with its traditional Slavic ally Russia. […] Serbia could sit on the fence. Serbian officials are finding it...

    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...