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    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia
    Oct19

    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia

    Serbia’s foreign minister has complained that the Balkan country faces EU pressure to join Western-backed sanctions against Russia, describing it as “absolutely unacceptable.” Ivica Dacic said in a statement on … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia
    Oct19

    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia

    Serbia’s foreign minister has complained that the Balkan country faces EU pressure to join Western-backed sanctions against Russia, describing it as “absolutely unacceptable.” Ivica Dacic said in a statement on … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Germany, France seek progress on Ukraine in talks with Russia
    Oct19

    Germany, France seek progress on Ukraine in talks with Russia

    Meeting marks first time leaders of Germany, Russia, Ukraine and France have met in a year …read more Source: The Globe and...

    Summit On Ukraine Conflict Begins In Berlin
    Oct19

    Summit On Ukraine Conflict Begins In Berlin

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has begun talks in Berlin with the presidents of Russia, France, and Ukraine about the conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russian Lawmakers Approve Suspension of Plutonium Deal With US
    Oct19

    Russian Lawmakers Approve Suspension of Plutonium Deal With US

    The lower house of Russian parliament, Duma, has unanimously approved a decree signed by President Vladimir Putin to suspend a deal with the United States on the disposal of weapons-grade plutonium. Earlier this month, Putin said there is an “emerging threat to strategic stability” as a result of Washington’s “unfriendly...

    Finland Sees Propaganda Attack From Former Master Russia
    Oct19

    Finland Sees Propaganda Attack From Former Master Russia

    By Jussi Rosendahl and Tuomas Forsell HELSINKI (Reuters)–Finland is becoming increasingly worried about what it sees as Russian propaganda against it, including Russian questioning about the legality of its 1917 independence. The country shares a 1,340 km (833 mile) border and a difficult and bloody history with Russia, of which it was once a...

    The Latest: French president: Aleppo situation unacceptable
    Oct19

    The Latest: French president: Aleppo situation unacceptable

    BEIRUT (AP) — The Latest on Syria (all times local): 6:30 p.m. French President Francois Hollande has called the situation in Aleppo “unacceptable, intolerable, unbearable” ahead of a meeting in Berlin that was primarily aimed at tackling problems in Ukraine. The French president made the comments Wednesday in Paris following a meeting with Rahed...

    The Latest: French President: Aleppo Situation Unacceptable
    Oct19

    The Latest: French President: Aleppo Situation Unacceptable

    French President Francois Hollande has called the situation in Aleppo “unacceptable, intolerable, unbearable” ahead of a meeting in Berlin that was primarily aimed at tackling problems in Ukraine …read more Source: ABC...

    Germany Hosts Meeting to Review Minsk Agreements on Ukraine
    Oct19

    Germany Hosts Meeting to Review Minsk Agreements on Ukraine

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel will host a meeting Wednesday with the Russian, Ukrainian and French presidents in Berlin in efforts to reactivate the stalled Minsk peace agreements aimed at a political settlement in eastern Ukraine. Amid escalating tensions between the West and Russia, Merkel invited Russian President Vladimir Putin, Ukrainian...

    The Anti-Russian Lynch Mob Fails
    Oct19

    The Anti-Russian Lynch Mob Fails

    Photo by Thierry Ehrmann With an all-but official declaration of a new “Cold War” on Russia by the United States, the journalistic atmosphere in the US, the EU and the exiting UK has become poisonous. Dissent is hardly permitted. All evils are now assumed to be the work of Moscow until proven otherwise, even by the most liberal of publications....