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Section: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (USA)

    A New Zion Near Odesa
    May04

    A New Zion Near Odesa

    They don’t use a contraceptives and they don’t attend universities — the “Evangelical Christian Holy Zionists” are a Ukrainian religious community founded in the 1930s. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    NATO General Surprised By Lack Of ‘Visible Russian Interference’ In Armenia Crisis
    May04

    NATO General Surprised By Lack Of ‘Visible Russian Interference’ In Armenia Crisis

    A high-ranking NATO general says he is surprised by the lack of “visible Russian Interference” aimed at manipulating developments in Armenia’s political crisis. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    NATO Cannot Ignore Russia’s Military Capabilities, Top General Says
    May04

    NATO Cannot Ignore Russia’s Military Capabilities, Top General Says

    The chairman of NATO’s Military Committee, General Petr Pavel, believes that Russia’s efforts to boost its weapons capacity should not be downplayed despite reports about its military budget reductions. In an interview with RFE/RL in Prague on May 3, the Czech Army General also spoke of his surprise with Russia’s relatively...

    From Brazilian Poster Boy For Ukraine’s Separatists To ‘Man Of God’
    May03

    From Brazilian Poster Boy For Ukraine’s Separatists To ‘Man Of God’

    Captured, convicted, exonerated, then freed, a Brazilian former pro-Russian militant now lives secretly among monks in the country he once fought to destroy. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Crimean Tatar Activist’s Suspended Sentence Upheld
    May03

    Crimean Tatar Activist’s Suspended Sentence Upheld

    The Russia-controlled Supreme Court of Crimea has upheld a suspended two-year prison sentence for a Crimean Tatar activist who opposes Moscow’s rule in the Ukrainian region. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian President To Expand Sanctions Against Russians, Paralleling U.S.
    May02

    Ukrainian President To Expand Sanctions Against Russians, Paralleling U.S.

    Ukraine will expand financial and other sanctions against Russian individuals and companies, paralleling U.S. efforts to punish Moscow for its actions in Ukraine and elsewhere. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian Patriarch Calls On EU To Maintain Russia Sanctions
    May02

    Ukrainian Patriarch Calls On EU To Maintain Russia Sanctions

    Patriarch Filaret, the head of Ukraine’s Orthodox Church, has called on the European Union not to treat the conflict in his country’s east as Kyiv’s internal problem and urged the bloc to maintain sanctions against Moscow. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Security Beefed Up In Odesa On Anniversary Of Deadly Clash
    May02

    Security Beefed Up In Odesa On Anniversary Of Deadly Clash

    Security has been beefed up in Ukraine’s Black Sea port city of Odesa as ceremonies are under way to commemorate 48 people killed in a 2014 clash between pro-Ukrainian and pro-Russian demonstrators. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian Ombudswoman Seeks Medical Care For Hunger-Striking Prisoner In Crimea
    Apr30

    Ukrainian Ombudswoman Seeks Medical Care For Hunger-Striking Prisoner In Crimea

    Volodymyr Balukh, a pro-Kyiv activist jailed by the Russia-imposed authorities in Crimea, has been on hunger strike for 43 days and his health is reportedly in decline. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    EU Expected To Expand Russia Sanctions Over Presidential Poll In Crimea
    Apr30

    EU Expected To Expand Russia Sanctions Over Presidential Poll In Crimea

    The European Union is set to sanction five people who, according to the bloc, helped organize the Russian presidential election in the annexed Ukrainian region of Crimea in March. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

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