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Canberra Times
Jailed for social media likes and reposts among 12 friendsand St Petersburg. Russia President Vladimir Putin signed a bill in 2014 that
Jailed for social media likes and reposts among 12 friends
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
and St Petersburg. Russia President Vladimir Putin signed a bill in 2014 that makes the denial of Russia's claims on Crimea an even greater offence if the statement is made in the press or online, even on a private social media... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Jailed for social media likes and reposts among 12 friendsand St Petersburg. Russia President Vladimir Putin signed a bill in 2014 that
Jailed for social media likes and reposts among 12 friends
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 hours ago
and St Petersburg. Russia President Vladimir Putin signed a bill in 2014 that makes the denial of Russia's claims on Crimea an even greater offence if the statement is made in the press or online, even on a private social media... Read more
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The Age
Jailed for social media likes and reposts among 12 friendsand St Petersburg. Russia President Vladimir Putin signed a bill in 2014 that
Jailed for social media likes and reposts among 12 friends
The Age / Posted 3 hours ago
and St Petersburg. Russia President Vladimir Putin signed a bill in 2014 that makes the denial of Russia's claims on Crimea an even greater offence if the statement is made in the press or online, even on a private social media... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Jailed for social media likes and reposts among 12 friendsand St Petersburg. Russia President Vladimir Putin signed a bill in 2014 that
Jailed for social media likes and reposts among 12 friends
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
and St Petersburg. Russia President Vladimir Putin signed a bill in 2014 that makes the denial of Russia's claims on Crimea an even greater offence if the statement is made in the press or online, even on a private social media... Read more
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WA Today
Jailed for social media likes and reposts among 12 friendsand St Petersburg. Russia President Vladimir Putin signed a bill in 2014 that
Jailed for social media likes and reposts among 12 friends
WA Today / Posted 3 hours ago
and St Petersburg. Russia President Vladimir Putin signed a bill in 2014 that makes the denial of Russia's claims on Crimea an even greater offence if the statement is made in the press or online, even on a private social media... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Foreign Affairs Scope: Russia looks to extend sanctionswas set up in 2014 as a response to EU/US sanctions on Russia, which itself was
Foreign Affairs Scope: Russia looks to extend sanctions
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 5 hours ago
was set up in 2014 as a response to EU/US sanctions on Russia, which itself was a response to Russia’s annexation of Crimea and support of separatism in eastern Ukraine. New Zealand was not directly listed on the countersanction list but its... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 6 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls "to destroy" Russia's territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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Boston Globe
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor nonviolent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thre
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
Boston Globe / Posted 7 hours ago
for nonviolent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls ‘‘to destroy’’ Russia’s territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
Silicon Valley / Posted 10 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls "to destroy" Russia's territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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The Mercury News
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
The Mercury News / Posted 11 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls "to destroy" Russia's territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Ukraine's pilot assumes parliament seatprime minister Yulia Tymoshenko's populist party strode to the podium draped in
Ukraine's pilot assumes parliament seat
News 24 South Africa / Posted 11 hours ago
prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko's populist party strode to the podium draped in the flag of Ukraine and holding one of Crimea - annexed by Russia in March 2014 - at the opening of an emotional session. Savchenko has turned into a national... Read more
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DW
OSCE: Fighting terrorism at its roots |cooperation" is one of the mottos Germany set for its OSCE presidency, particul
OSCE: Fighting terrorism at its roots |
DW / Posted 12 hours ago
cooperation" is one of the mottos Germany set for its OSCE presidency, particularly with regard to conflict management in Crimea and the Ukraine, which continues to put Russo-German relations to the test. Some participants even referred to an... Read more
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Reuters
Putin’s domestic strategy: Counting the trees, missing the forestRussian President Vladimir Putin strides the world as the master tactician. In
Putin’s domestic strategy: Counting the trees, missing the forest
Reuters / Posted 12 hours ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin strides the world as the master tactician. In Crimea, eastern Ukraine and Syria, he seized the initiative and left his adversaries flatfooted and guessing as to his ultimate intentions. Putin displays similar... Read more
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dna
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
dna / Posted 12 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls "to destroy" Russia's territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 12 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls "to destroy" Russia's territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
These are the 6 countries onboard with Russia's illegal annexation of CrimeaSince Russia's illegal seizure and annexation of Crimea from Ukraine on March 1
These are the 6 countries onboard with Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea
Stamford Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
Since Russia's illegal seizure and annexation of Crimea from Ukraine on March 18, 2014, six countries have come out in support of Moscow. And in any other circumstance, the support Russia has received would be enough to make politicians blush. The... Read more
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Connecticut Post
These are the 6 countries onboard with Russia's illegal annexation of CrimeaSince Russia's illegal seizure and annexation of Crimea from Ukraine on March 1
These are the 6 countries onboard with Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea
Connecticut Post / Posted 12 hours ago
Since Russia's illegal seizure and annexation of Crimea from Ukraine on March 18, 2014, six countries have come out in support of Moscow. And in any other circumstance, the support Russia has received would be enough to make politicians blush. The... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 12 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls "to destroy" Russia's territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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Daily Herald
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
Daily Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls "to destroy" Russia's territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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Gawker
Using Russian Facebook Is a Bad Idea Unless You Think the Annexation of Crimea Is Really Greatspeech” isn’t always hate speech. Sometimes you could go to jail for two years
Using Russian Facebook Is a Bad Idea Unless You Think the Annexation of Crimea Is Really Great
Gawker / Posted 13 hours ago
speech” isn’t always hate speech. Sometimes you could go to jail for two years for sharing a meme about toothpaste and Crimea to your twelve online friends, the AP reports. Russia’s 2002 extremely vague anti-extremism law has really been... Read more
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The Mercury News
Rubin: Populism's rise threatens democracyif NATO moved troops into the Baltic, and last year Putin warned he might call
Rubin: Populism's rise threatens democracy
The Mercury News / Posted 14 hours ago
if NATO moved troops into the Baltic, and last year Putin warned he might call for a nuclear alert as Russia was invading Crimea. Moscow is reportedly considering putting nuclear weapons in Kaliningrad, a small Russian territory on the Baltic... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 14 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls "to destroy" Russia's territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Journalist PUNCHES Ukrainian pundit in the face during live TV talk show debatehave been running high between the Ukraine and Russia since Russia annexed the
Journalist PUNCHES Ukrainian pundit in the face during live TV talk show debate
Daily Mirror / Posted 14 hours ago
have been running high between the Ukraine and Russia since Russia annexed the Ukrainian territory of Crimea on 18th March 2014. The Zvezda TV station is run by the Ministry of Defence and is regarded as a Russian propaganda... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
Dozens In Russia Imprisoned For Social Media Likes, Repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens In Russia Imprisoned For Social Media Likes, Reposts
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted 14 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls "to destroy" Russia's territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls "to destroy" Russia's territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
Connecticut Post / Posted 16 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls "to destroy" Russia's territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, repostsfor non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, thr
Dozens in Russia imprisoned for social media likes, reposts
Manila Bulletin / Posted 16 hours ago
for non-violent extremist crimes such as hate speech. In July of that year, three months after Russia had annexed the Crimean Peninsula, he signed a bill making calls “to destroy” Russia’s territorial integrity a criminal offense punishable by... Read more
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DW
Polish apples feel the crunch |European allies into applying a variety of economic sanctions on Russian busine
Polish apples feel the crunch |
DW / Posted 17 hours ago
European allies into applying a variety of economic sanctions on Russian businesses and individuals after Russia annexed Crimea in early 2014. In tit-for-tat retaliation, Russia imposed a ban on agricultural imports from Europe. Two years on,... Read more
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Rappler
Ukraine's released pilot assumes parliament seatprime minister Yulia Tymoshenko's populist party strode to the podium draped in
Ukraine's released pilot assumes parliament seat
Rappler / Posted 18 hours ago
prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko's populist party strode to the podium draped in the flag of Ukraine and holding one of Crimea – annexed by Russia in March 2014 – at the opening of an emotional session. Savchenko has turned into a national... Read more
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International Business Times
Nadia Savchenko: Freed Ukrainian fighter pilot sworn in as MP amid talk of presidential run missile systems in October 2015. Afanasyev was jailed for seven years on charge
Nadia Savchenko: Freed Ukrainian fighter pilot sworn in as MP amid talk of presidential run
International Business Times / Posted 20 hours ago
missile systems in October 2015. Afanasyev was jailed for seven years on charges linked to preparing terrorist attacks in Crimea, the peninsula seized by Russia. Previously, the Ukrainian president said Moscow and Kiev had agreed terms for the... Read more
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Salon.com
EU court adviser: Sanctions on Russian firms legally validdecision in July 2014 to impose restrictive measures on it and other Russian co
EU court adviser: Sanctions on Russian firms legally valid
Salon.com / Posted 20 hours ago
decision in July 2014 to impose restrictive measures on it and other Russian companies following Russia’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine. Wathelet found the sanctions valid with the exception of one regulation he said was in contradiction... Read more
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Island Packet
EU court adviser: Sanctions on Russian firms legally validdecision in July 2014 to impose restrictive measures on it and other Russian co
EU court adviser: Sanctions on Russian firms legally valid
Island Packet / Posted 20 hours ago
decision in July 2014 to impose restrictive measures on it and other Russian companies following Russia's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine. Wathelet found the sanctions valid with the exception of one regulation he said was in contradiction... Read more
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Daily Herald
EU court adviser: Sanctions on Russian firms legally validdecision in July 2014 to impose restrictive measures on it and other Russian co
EU court adviser: Sanctions on Russian firms legally valid
Daily Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
decision in July 2014 to impose restrictive measures on it and other Russian companies following Russia's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine. Wathelet found the sanctions valid with the exception of one regulation he said was in contradiction... Read more
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ABC News
EU Court Adviser: Sanctions on Russian Firms Legally Validdecision in July 2014 to impose restrictive measures on it and other Russian co
EU Court Adviser: Sanctions on Russian Firms Legally Valid
ABC News / Posted 20 hours ago
decision in July 2014 to impose restrictive measures on it and other Russian companies following Russia's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine. Wathelet found the sanctions valid with the exception of one regulation he said was in contradiction... Read more
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The Moscow Times
NATO to Increase Defence Spending Due to 'Russian Aggression'nine percent, the Financial Times reported. NATO has perceived a growing threa
NATO to Increase Defence Spending Due to 'Russian Aggression'
The Moscow Times / Posted 21 hours ago
nine percent, the Financial Times reported. NATO has perceived a growing threat from Russia since Moscow's annexation of Crimea in 2014 and from its actions in eastern Ukraine. Earlier this month, Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas called for... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Endless Dodge - Why Washington Doesn't Come Clean On The Downing Of MH-17Russian-friendly leader with a fiercely nationalistic and anti-Russian regime i
The Endless Dodge - Why Washington Doesn't Come Clean On The Downing Of MH-17
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
Russian-friendly leader with a fiercely nationalistic and anti-Russian regime in Kiev. The violent coup, in turn, prompted Crimea to vote 96 percent in a hasty referendum to secede from Ukraine and rejoin Russia. Eastern Ukraine and its large... Read more
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Swissinfo
Juncker's plan to visit Russia in June reopens EU sanctions debatein Ukraine and expire in July. But they said that intensifying high-level cont
Juncker's plan to visit Russia in June reopens EU sanctions debate
Swissinfo / Posted yesterday
in Ukraine and expire in July. But they said that intensifying high-level contacts with Russia two years after it annexed Crimea from Ukraine signals the EU may soften its policy in the second half of the year. While several EU leaders including... Read more
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DW
Human rights activist Lyudmila Alexeyeva: 'There will be positive change in Russia' |tasks. What is your opinion of the Western sanctions against Russia that were
Human rights activist Lyudmila Alexeyeva: 'There will be positive change in Russia' |
DW / Posted yesterday
tasks. What is your opinion of the Western sanctions against Russia that were imposed following Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014. The Russian leadership is suffering from them because of the lack of new technologies. I don't know a whole... Read more
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DW
NATO urges members to stand up to 'Russian military assertiveness' |of the Atlantic," he added. NATO cut cooperation with Moscow following Russia'
NATO urges members to stand up to 'Russian military assertiveness' |
DW / Posted yesterday
of the Atlantic," he added. NATO cut cooperation with Moscow following Russia's Ukraine intervention and annexation of Crimea in 2014. However, the US-led alliance has said it will hold formal talks with Moscow before the July 8-9 summit in... Read more
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The Columbian
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thawJean-Claude Juncker is coming to Russia next month in what would be the most hi
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thaw
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
Jean-Claude Juncker is coming to Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU visit since Russia annexed Crimea two years ago, but both sides are downplaying the prospects of a more meaningful diplomatic thaw. Like the United... Read more
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CNN
Belgium shows off Russian plane interceptsin Russian air activity in recent years as tensions between Russia and NATO esc
Belgium shows off Russian plane intercepts
CNN / Posted yesterday
in Russian air activity in recent years as tensions between Russia and NATO escalated after the Russian takeover of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014. In April, the U.S. accused a Russian Su-27 jet of doing a barrel roll over a U.S. Air Force... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thawwill visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thaw
WBOC Salisbury / Posted yesterday
will visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official to go to Russia since it annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. But Jean-Claude Juncker insisted there will be no letup of sanctions. "We will not... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thawwill visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thaw
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted yesterday
will visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official to go to Russia since it annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. But Jean-Claude Juncker insisted there will be no letup of sanctions. "We will not... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thawwill visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thaw
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted yesterday
will visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official to go to Russia since it annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. But Jean-Claude Juncker insisted there will be no letup of sanctions. "We will not... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thawwill visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thaw
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
will visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official to go to Russia since it annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. But Jean-Claude Juncker insisted there will be no letup of sanctions. "We will not... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thawwill visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thaw
Hawaii News Now / Posted yesterday
will visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official to go to Russia since it annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. But Jean-Claude Juncker insisted there will be no letup of sanctions. "We will not... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thawwill visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thaw
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted yesterday
will visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official to go to Russia since it annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. But Jean-Claude Juncker insisted there will be no letup of sanctions. "We will not... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thawwill visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official
EU leader Juncker to visit Russia in hint of diplomatic thaw
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted yesterday
will visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official to go to Russia since it annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. But Jean-Claude Juncker insisted there will be no letup of sanctions. "We will not... Read more
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ABC News
EU Leader Juncker to Visit Russia in Hint of Diplomatic Thawwill visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official
EU Leader Juncker to Visit Russia in Hint of Diplomatic Thaw
ABC News / Posted yesterday
will visit Russia next month in what would be the most high-profile EU official to go to Russia since it annexed the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. But Jean-Claude Juncker insisted there will be no letup of sanctions. "We will not... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
When the Camera Speaksquickly, according to the History of the U.S. Army Visual Information Center:
When the Camera Speaks
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
quickly, according to the History of the U.S. Army Visual Information Center: "The British sent Roger Fenton to cover the Crimea War in 1855, and the first military photography school was set up the next year in Chatham England. In 1860, a French... Read more
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