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    Ukrainians Mourn Soldiers Killed Fighting Separatists
    Feb01

    Ukrainians Mourn Soldiers Killed Fighting Separatists

    Ukrainians gathered in central Kyiv to mourn seven soldiers killed in combat with Russia-backed separatists in the east of the country. Funeral services were held on the capital’s Independence Square on February 1. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    All eyes on Trump amid “serious spike” in Ukraine war
    Feb01

    All eyes on Trump amid “serious spike” in Ukraine war

    At least 10 killed this week in fighting between Russian-backed rebels, Ukrainian forces, as both sides wait for U.S. reaction …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Journalist Ordered Out Of Belarus Due To Russia Ban
    Feb01

    Ukrainian Journalist Ordered Out Of Belarus Due To Russia Ban

    Authorities in Belarus have detained Ukrainian journalist Vitaliy Sizov and ordered him to leave the country due to the fact that he was barred from entering Russia. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ninth soldier killed in fighting as situation in town in eastern Ukraine detoriates
    Feb01

    Ninth soldier killed in fighting as situation in town in eastern Ukraine detoriates

    Ed AdamczykFeb. 1 (UPI) — A Ukrainian soldier was the ninth killed in escalating fighting between government troops and pro-Russian separatists, the Ukrainian military said Wednesday. …read more Source: United Press...

    The war in Ukraine is heating up as casualties mount
    Feb01

    The war in Ukraine is heating up as casualties mount

    Ukraine says one of its soldiers has been killed in the country’s east, where fighting between government forces and Russia-backed separatists has flared over the past four days. …read more Source: Business...

    Putin visit to Hungary reveals regional divide over Putin
    Feb01

    Putin visit to Hungary reveals regional divide over Putin

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A visit by President Vladimir Putin to Hungary this week reveals the vastly different reactions to Putin’s Russia in countries formerly under Moscow’s yoke, and highlights the very different challenges those countries will face in working with the new U.S. administration. On one end of the spectrum is Hungary,...

    Rockets from Canada?
    Feb01

    Rockets from Canada?

    Almost everyone knows the name “Cape Canaveral” and its association with rockets and the space programme, but how about “Cape Canso”? An American group calling itself Maritime Launch Services came to the Nova Scotia community of Hazel Hill yesterday to talk to locals and get their views on the possibility of creating a commercial launch site. MLS...

    Putin visit to Hungary reveals regional divide over Putin
    Feb01

    Putin visit to Hungary reveals regional divide over Putin

    On one end of the spectrum is Hungary, where Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government is treating Putin’s visit Thursday as a major event, and where a refurbished memorial to Soviet soldiers who died in World War II was unveiled ahead of his visit. On the other is Poland, which is fearful of Russia’s resurgence and welcoming in...

    There Are the 5 Killer Weapons Russia Could Use to Crush Ukraine
    Feb01

    There Are the 5 Killer Weapons Russia Could Use to Crush Ukraine

    Robert Farley Security, Europe Over time, the once-robust Ukrainian defense industry may restore some of the Ukrainian military’s key capabilities. For now, Moscow continues to hold the most important cards. Because of Western reticence about transferring lethal arms to Kiev, as well as Ukraine’s dire economic situation, there is no...

    With His Power Unchecked, Michael Flynn Could Lead Trump Into War With Iran
    Feb01

    With His Power Unchecked, Michael Flynn Could Lead Trump Into War With Iran

    Within President Donald Trump’s inner circle, Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn may be down, but he is not out. He remains national security advisor, and his thinking clearly stands behind the recent, disturbing marginalization within the National Security Council of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Joseph Dunford Jr., and of the...