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    Moscow Clout Rises as Bulgaria, Moldova Elect Pro-Russia Leaders
    Nov14

    Moscow Clout Rises as Bulgaria, Moldova Elect Pro-Russia Leaders

    Voters in Europe’s poorest country, Moldova, and the European Union’s poorest member, Bulgaria, elected Russia-leaning presidents Sunday. In Bulgaria, Socialist-backed General Rumen Radev, a former air force commander who wants to lift EU sanctions against Russia, won by a wide margin against the ruling center-right GERB Party...

    Putin Warns That Ukraine May Siphon Europe-Bound Russian Gas
    Nov14

    Putin Warns That Ukraine May Siphon Europe-Bound Russian Gas

    The Kremlin says President Vladimir Putin has warned German Chancellor Angela Merkel that Ukraine could siphon off gas intended for European consumers in the coming winter …read more Source: ABC...

    Ukrainian lawmaker, accused of being a Kremlin agent, punches colleague at parliament meeting
    Nov14

    Ukrainian lawmaker, accused of being a Kremlin agent, punches colleague at parliament meeting

    MOSCOW (AP) — A Ukrainian lawmaker has punched his colleague in the face, the latest brawl in the nation’s raucous parliament. Opposition Bloc head Yuri Boiko first listened calmly as Radical Party head Oleh Lyashko was denouncing him as a Kremlin agent in Ukraine during Monday’s meeting of parliamentary leaders. Suddenly, he jumped...

    Ukrainian lawmaker punches colleague at parliament meeting
    Nov14

    Ukrainian lawmaker punches colleague at parliament meeting

    A Ukrainian lawmaker has punched his colleague in the face, the latest brawl in the nation’s raucous parliament. …read more Source: FOX...

    Putin warns that Ukraine may siphon Europe-bound Russian gas
    Nov14

    Putin warns that Ukraine may siphon Europe-bound Russian gas

    MOSCOW (AP) — The Kremlin says President Vladimir Putin has warned German Chancellor Angela Merkel that Ukraine could siphon off gas intended for… …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian lawmaker punches colleague at parliament meeting
    Nov14

    Ukrainian lawmaker punches colleague at parliament meeting

    A Ukrainian lawmaker has punched his colleague in the face, the latest brawl in the nation’s raucous parliament. Opposition Bloc head Yuri Boiko first listened calmly as Radical Party head … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Ukraine Govt. minister under fire for racy photo scandal
    Nov14

    Ukraine Govt. minister under fire for racy photo scandal

    The new deputy Interior Minister of Ukraine Anastasia Deeva is under fire after racy photos of the pretty politico hit the Internet. …read more Source: The Toronto...

    Ukraine Begins to Move Giant Shield Over Chernobyl Site
    Nov14

    Ukraine Begins to Move Giant Shield Over Chernobyl Site

    The work to install a giant shield over the Chernobyl nuclear disaster site in Ukraine began Monday in an effort to block radioactive material from leaking out over the next several decades. The installation of the shield is planned to complete on Nov. 29 at a total cost of $1.6 billion, the AFP news agency reports. The European Bank for...

    Investigation Uncovers Poroshenko’s, Allies’ Spanish Coastal Villas
    Nov14

    Investigation Uncovers Poroshenko’s, Allies’ Spanish Coastal Villas

    Along the picturesque shores of Estepona in southern Spain’s Costa del Sol lie some of Europe’s most elegant resorts and luxury estates, whose owners and residents include Hollywood actors, superstar athletes, and some of the continent’s political elite. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Putin’s Fellow Travelers Elected in Bulgaria and Moldova
    Nov14

    Putin’s Fellow Travelers Elected in Bulgaria and Moldova

    The Kremlin’s winning streak continued on Sunday, as Bulgaria and Moldova both elected leaders seeking friendlier ties with Moscow. Rumen Radev, the Socialist Party candidate who promised to lift EU sanctions on Russia, was elected president in Bulgaria, while Igor Dodon won the run-off in Moldova, riding a wave of populist anger and...