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The Philippine Inquirer
Moscow ditches Microsoft Outlook and Exchange on 600,000 machineshas been urging state organisations to opt for local technology. He accused US
Moscow ditches Microsoft Outlook and Exchange on 600,000 machines
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted an hour ago
has been urging state organisations to opt for local technology. He accused US corporations of closing down services in Crimea after Russia annexed the territory in 2014, although there is little evidence that this occurred. Known for playing... Read more
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News.com.au
How Russia ‘taunted’ the Dutch-led MH17 probe for yearsup an error much like they ludicrously attempted to cover up their military cro
How Russia ‘taunted’ the Dutch-led MH17 probe for years
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
up an error much like they ludicrously attempted to cover up their military crossing into Ukraine by the convoy to claim Crimea and attempt to annex most of the lucrative eastern region of the country. Investigators yesterday were at pains to... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Japan's Abe seeks breakthrough with Russia on long-disputed islandsrisks irking key ally the United States, given that Washington is feuding with
Japan's Abe seeks breakthrough with Russia on long-disputed islands
Channel NewsAsia / Posted an hour ago
risks irking key ally the United States, given that Washington is feuding with Moscow over Syria and the annexation of Crimea, although Japanese diplomats have sought to ease American concerns. "I will resolve the territorial issue, end the... Read more
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Reuters
Japan's Abe seeks breakthrough with Russia on long-disputed islandsrisks irking key ally the United States, given that Washington is feuding with
Japan's Abe seeks breakthrough with Russia on long-disputed islands
Reuters / Posted 2 hours ago
risks irking key ally the United States, given that Washington is feuding with Moscow over Syria and the annexation of Crimea, although Japanese diplomats have sought to ease American concerns. "I will resolve the territorial issue, end the... Read more
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The Jewish Press
The Palestinians’ Unsporting and Illegal ‘Football War’ Against Israelreliance is placed on FIFA not recognizing the teams taken over and reorganized
The Palestinians’ Unsporting and Illegal ‘Football War’ Against Israel
The Jewish Press / Posted 2 hours ago
reliance is placed on FIFA not recognizing the teams taken over and reorganized by Russia after its 2014 invasion of Crimea. Of course, in that situation, Russia invaded its neighbor and assimilated its teams. In other words, the teams in... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
What to watch at Obama's town hallPutin has assumed a starring role in the 2016 campaign. Moscow has unsettled U
What to watch at Obama's town hall
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 2 hours ago
Putin has assumed a starring role in the 2016 campaign. Moscow has unsettled US allies in Europe with its annexation of Crimea. It's violated arms control treaties with the US. It's providing military support for the Syrian regime, which targets... Read more
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CNN
What to watch at Obama's town hallPutin has assumed a starring role in the 2016 campaign. Moscow has unsettled U
What to watch at Obama's town hall
CNN / Posted 3 hours ago
Putin has assumed a starring role in the 2016 campaign. Moscow has unsettled US allies in Europe with its annexation of Crimea. It's violated arms control treaties with the US. It's providing military support for the Syrian regime, which targets... Read more
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Reuters
Putin faces dilemma after vote win: How to prolong a system based on himself80 percent, the ruling United Russia party just won 76 percent of seats in parl
Putin faces dilemma after vote win: How to prolong a system based on himself
Reuters / Posted 3 hours ago
80 percent, the ruling United Russia party just won 76 percent of seats in parliament, and his annexation of Ukraine's Crimea sealed his savior-of-the-nation image in many Russian eyes. But beneath the surface, Putin's problems are piling up.... Read more
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Reuters
Trump's policies on immigration, economy, other issuesthan Obama. Trump has said could work with Russia to combat Islamic State. He
Trump's policies on immigration, economy, other issues
Reuters / Posted 3 hours ago
than Obama. Trump has said could work with Russia to combat Islamic State. He also said he would look into recognizing Crimea, seized from Ukraine in 2014, as Russian territory and lifting sanctions on Russia imposed by Western nations for what... Read more
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International Business Times
Moscow to replace Microsoft products with domestic softwarewell as local firms to use domestic products, amid growing security concerns af
Moscow to replace Microsoft products with domestic software
International Business Times / Posted 7 hours ago
well as local firms to use domestic products, amid growing security concerns after US companies shut down paid services in Crimea, following Russia's annexation on 18 March 2014. This move poses a challenge to the likes of Microsoft, SAP SE and... Read more
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The New Yorker
A New Cubaability to clean up. As crises have proliferated—the tumult that followed the A
A New Cuba
The New Yorker / Posted 9 hours ago
ability to clean up. As crises have proliferated—the tumult that followed the Arab Spring, Russia’s predatory behavior in Crimea and elsewhere, a coup in Turkey—the Administration’s response has been, for better and for worse, cautious,... Read more
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USA Today
What a real cyber war would look likepower outages in 103 cities and towns in the nation. Russia had been involved i
What a real cyber war would look like
USA Today / Posted 12 hours ago
power outages in 103 cities and towns in the nation. Russia had been involved in military clashes with Ukraine over the Crimea. A computer virus believed to be the work of Israel and the United States disabled a critical part of Iran's nuclear... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Fact-checking the first presidential debate between Clinton and Trumpthe 2016 campaign began and was also in response to Russia’s 2014 military inte
Fact-checking the first presidential debate between Clinton and Trump
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 15 hours ago
the 2016 campaign began and was also in response to Russia’s 2014 military intervention in Ukraine and its invasion of Crimea, known as “hybrid warfare.” Because the post is a broader intelligence position, the creation of which has been... Read more
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The Hindu
Sans U.S. backing, sanctions may not hurt Pak.join hands in tackling poverty. Russian example The recent E.U. and U.S. sanc
Sans U.S. backing, sanctions may not hurt Pak.
The Hindu / Posted 15 hours ago
join hands in tackling poverty. Russian example The recent E.U. and U.S. sanctions against Russia over its annexation of Crimea included preventing Russian state banks from raising long-term loans in the E.U., and bans on export of dual-use... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
Moscow Drops Microsoft on Putin’s Call for Self-Sufficiencyand local companies to go domestic amid concerns over security and reliability
Moscow Drops Microsoft on Putin’s Call for Self-Sufficiency
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 18 hours ago
and local companies to go domestic amid concerns over security and reliability after U.S. firms shut down paid services in Crimea following Russia’s 2014 annexation. The plan poses a challenge to the likes of Microsoft, SAP SE and Oracle Corp. in... Read more
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The Hill
Donald Trump, the Russian candidateare already on the record: Trump's threats to NATO, the suggestion that the U.S
Donald Trump, the Russian candidate
The Hill / Posted 20 hours ago
are already on the record: Trump's threats to NATO, the suggestion that the U.S. should recognize the illegal annexation of Crimea, and repeated praise for both Putin and his kleptocracy are just the tip of the Putin-Trump alliance iceberg. The... Read more
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Daily Star
Russia could launch 'unprecedentedly terrible nuclear attack' on NATO – Pentagon warnsto preserve strategic stability.” Armies across the world are currently being
Russia could launch 'unprecedentedly terrible nuclear attack' on NATO – Pentagon warns
Daily Star / Posted 21 hours ago
to preserve strategic stability.” Armies across the world are currently being bolstered as conflicts flare in Syria, Crimea, the Korean Peninsula and the South China Sea – illustrated in Daily Star Online's "Top Trumps" round-up of global... Read more
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CBS News
Perspective on the "new Cold War"U.S. nuclear force, more of a standby force, and what I found was an alert forc
Perspective on the "new Cold War"
CBS News / Posted yesterday
U.S. nuclear force, more of a standby force, and what I found was an alert force. And -- particularly since Russia invaded Crimea and since Vladimir Putin started nuclear saber-rattling -- it felt like we were back in the Cold War and that really... Read more
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Island Packet
Five things to know about presidential debate moderator Lester HoltClinton, you famously handed Russia's foreign minister a reset button in 2009,"
Five things to know about presidential debate moderator Lester Holt
Island Packet / Posted yesterday
Clinton, you famously handed Russia's foreign minister a reset button in 2009," Holt said. "Since then, Russia has annexed Crimea, fomented a war in Ukraine, provided weapons that downed an airliner and launched operations, as we just did discuss,... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Human Rights Watch accuses Fifa of breaking its own rules over West Bank football clubsconsensus. Those who have monitored the situation closely feel that the failur
Human Rights Watch accuses Fifa of breaking its own rules over West Bank football clubs
Daily Maverick / Posted yesterday
consensus. Those who have monitored the situation closely feel that the failure to act goes against other cases, with Crimea cited as an example. After Crimea was occupied by Russia in March 2014, Fifa and Uefa ruled that Crimean football... Read more
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The Hill
Pentagon chief: Russia, N. Korea most likely to use 'smaller' scale nuke attacksone," he said. U.S. relations with Russia have soured after Moscow invaded Ukr
Pentagon chief: Russia, N. Korea most likely to use 'smaller' scale nuke attacks
The Hill / Posted yesterday
one," he said. U.S. relations with Russia have soured after Moscow invaded Ukraine in 2014 and annexed the peninsula of Crimea. Carter also appealed for continued investment in the U.S. nuclear enterprise. He said in 2017, the Pentagon's budget... Read more
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Billboard
Eurovision Organizers Face Backlash Over Choice of Venue for 2017 Opening Ceremonysinger Jamala. Russia reactedbitterly to Jamala's victory as her song "1944,"
Eurovision Organizers Face Backlash Over Choice of Venue for 2017 Opening Ceremony
Billboard / Posted yesterday
singer Jamala. Russia reactedbitterly to Jamala's victory as her song "1944," which centered on the deportation of Crimean Tartars by Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin in 1944 and which some saw as alluding to Russia’s annexation of Crimea in... Read more
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The News & Observer
Five things to know about presidential debate moderator Lester HoltClinton, you famously handed Russia's foreign minister a reset button in 2009,"
Five things to know about presidential debate moderator Lester Holt
The News & Observer / Posted yesterday
Clinton, you famously handed Russia's foreign minister a reset button in 2009," Holt said. "Since then, Russia has annexed Crimea, fomented a war in Ukraine, provided weapons that downed an airliner and launched operations, as we just did discuss,... Read more
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New York Post
Mike Pence doesn’t share Trump’s admiration for ‘evil’ Putinon the world stage, Vladimir Putin has been advancing the interests of Russia,
Mike Pence doesn’t share Trump’s admiration for ‘evil’ Putin
New York Post / Posted yesterday
on the world stage, Vladimir Putin has been advancing the interests of Russia, you know, in the invasion of Ukraine, in Crimea, the new alliance and new activity both in Syria and in Iran, all give evidence of the fact that we’ve had a weakened... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
EU parliament backs visa-free travel for Ukraine, hurdles remainzone of free travel. The EU backs Ukraine in its confrontation with Russia, wh
EU parliament backs visa-free travel for Ukraine, hurdles remain
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
zone of free travel. The EU backs Ukraine in its confrontation with Russia, which annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea from Kiev in March 2014 and sides with rebels who later took up arms against government troops in Ukraine's industrial... Read more
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DW
Pro-Putin party highlights Germany's complex relations with Russia |should be such a referendum. After all, the campaigners argue, it is "very clea
Pro-Putin party highlights Germany's complex relations with Russia |
DW / Posted yesterday
should be such a referendum. After all, the campaigners argue, it is "very clear" that the referendum on "the entry of Crimea into the Russian Federation is also founded on international law," and Russia represents an escape from the "noose of... Read more
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Reuters
EU parliament backs visa-free travel for Ukraine, hurdles remainzone of free travel. The EU backs Ukraine in its confrontation with Russia, wh
EU parliament backs visa-free travel for Ukraine, hurdles remain
Reuters / Posted yesterday
zone of free travel. The EU backs Ukraine in its confrontation with Russia, which annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea from Kiev in March 2014 and sides with rebels who later took up arms against government troops in Ukraine's industrial... Read more
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Daily Herald
5 things to know about presidential debate moderator Lester HoltClinton, you famously handed Russia's foreign minister a reset button in 2009,"
5 things to know about presidential debate moderator Lester Holt
Daily Herald / Posted yesterday
Clinton, you famously handed Russia's foreign minister a reset button in 2009," Holt said. "Since then, Russia has annexed Crimea, fomented a war in Ukraine, provided weapons that downed an airliner and launched operations, as we just did discuss,... Read more
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NBC News
The war of words between the West and Russia heats upAt the time, he explained, Russia's goal was to rehabilitate its image on the i
The war of words between the West and Russia heats up
NBC News / Posted yesterday
At the time, he explained, Russia's goal was to rehabilitate its image on the international stage after its invasion of Crimea. "Russia wanted to be taken seriously on any future discussions on Syria," Kokcharov said. "And therefore the fact... Read more
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Salon.com
Russian suspected of flying drone over Polish govt buildingssaw a Porsche car with Moscow registration plates parked near Szydlo’s office a
Russian suspected of flying drone over Polish govt buildings
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
saw a Porsche car with Moscow registration plates parked near Szydlo’s office and then being driven away under police escort. Warsaw’s ties with Moscow are tense, especially over Russia’s annexation of Crimea and support for separatists in Ukr... Read more
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Daily Star
Is Putin about to invade? Now Russia sends muscle to border of northern Europesaid: "Russia already indicated it was making such moves, for example, by placi
Is Putin about to invade? Now Russia sends muscle to border of northern Europe
Daily Star / Posted 2 days ago
said: "Russia already indicated it was making such moves, for example, by placing S-400 in the Kola Peninsula and Crimea. "It is normal practice. Russia is using these systems to replace older S-300s," he told Finnish broadcaster... Read more
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Reuters
EU leaders to consider how to improve Russia ties without dropping sanctionsits role in the Ukraine crisis. But the sanctions appear likely to remain in p
EU leaders to consider how to improve Russia ties without dropping sanctions
Reuters / Posted 2 days ago
its role in the Ukraine crisis. But the sanctions appear likely to remain in place for now, especially those slapped over Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula seized by Russia in March 2014, despite the legal and political challenges of maintaining... Read more
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Swissinfo
EU leaders to consider how to improve Russia ties without dropping sanctionsits role in the Ukraine crisis. But the sanctions appear likely to remain in p
EU leaders to consider how to improve Russia ties without dropping sanctions
Swissinfo / Posted 2 days ago
its role in the Ukraine crisis. But the sanctions appear likely to remain in place for now, especially those slapped over Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula seized by Russia in March 2014, despite the legal and political challenges of maintaining... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
EU leaders to consider how to improve Russia ties without dropping sanctionsits role in the Ukraine crisis. But the sanctions appear likely to remain in p
EU leaders to consider how to improve Russia ties without dropping sanctions
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 days ago
its role in the Ukraine crisis. But the sanctions appear likely to remain in place for now, especially those slapped over Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula seized by Russia in March 2014, despite the legal and political challenges of maintaining... Read more
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express
EU’s defence ministers set to put security at top of the agenda at Bratislava conferencethe two world superpowers improved. Tensions between Moscow and the West have
EU’s defence ministers set to put security at top of the agenda at Bratislava conference
express / Posted 2 days ago
the two world superpowers improved. Tensions between Moscow and the West have escalated amid a dispute with Ukraine over Crimea, which Russia illegally annexed in 2014. The Brussels-based military bloc has vowed to increase its presence in the... Read more
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CBS News
Risk of nuclear attack risesa rogue nation like North Korea. Back then the U.S. and Russia were said to be
Risk of nuclear attack rises
CBS News / Posted 2 days ago
a rogue nation like North Korea. Back then the U.S. and Russia were said to be partners but that was before Russia invaded Crimea, using military force to change the borders of Europe. And before its president, Vladimir Putin, and his generals... Read more
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Daily Star
World War 3 'Top Trumps': Superpowers' biggest and baddest armies REVEALEDthe top gear and armies prepped for WW3 Battle-lines are being drawn across th
World War 3 'Top Trumps': Superpowers' biggest and baddest armies REVEALED
Daily Star / Posted 2 days ago
the top gear and armies prepped for WW3 Battle-lines are being drawn across the world as Russia and NATO butt heads over Crimea and Syria, China squares up to America in the South China Sea, and Kim Jong-un threatens to unleash a nuclear... Read more
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The Hill
Is Trump's isolationist world view a bunch of 'globaloney?'opposition figures, and liquidation of an independent media. He says he will co
Is Trump's isolationist world view a bunch of 'globaloney?'
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
opposition figures, and liquidation of an independent media. He says he will consider recognizing Putin’s annexation of the Crimea and re-evaluate sanctions triggered by Putin’s invasion and occupation of eastern Ukraine. Trump’s infatuation with... Read more
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The Hindu
A different conflict on a West Bank fieldyears to take action against Israel and noted that Europe’s soccer association
A different conflict on a West Bank field
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
years to take action against Israel and noted that Europe’s soccer association barred Russia from claiming teams from Crimea after annexing the peninsula. “We want to play football,” he said by telephone from Zurich, where he was meeting with... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Tragic futility in Syrian cease-firechemical weapons despite his promise to give them up. It also probably means e
Tragic futility in Syrian cease-fire
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
chemical weapons despite his promise to give them up. It also probably means ending sanctions against Russia for seizing Crimea from the Ukraine. Mr. Trump has suggested that these concessions to Mr. Putin are worth gaining his cooperation in... Read more
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Boston Herald
Robbins: Battle showcases knowledge-averse mogul against the deadpan Democratis likely undergoing last-minute efforts by aides anxious to keep him from gaff
Robbins: Battle showcases knowledge-averse mogul against the deadpan Democrat
Boston Herald / Posted 3 days ago
is likely undergoing last-minute efforts by aides anxious to keep him from gaffes (“Russia did — repeat, did — invade Crimea”) and to fabricate the appearance of policy chops (“So, again, here’s why it matters there is a NATO”). Clinton... Read more
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Boston Herald
Robbins: Battle showcases knowledge-adverse mogul against the deadpan Democratis likely undergoing last-minute efforts by aides anxious to keep him from gaff
Robbins: Battle showcases knowledge-adverse mogul against the deadpan Democrat
Boston Herald / Posted 3 days ago
is likely undergoing last-minute efforts by aides anxious to keep him from gaffes (“Russia did — repeat, did — invade Crimea”) and to fabricate the appearance of policy chops (“So, again, here’s why it matters there is a NATO”). Clinton... Read more
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Orange County Register
Israeli-Palestinian conflict finds another small battlefield: Over a soccer pitch in West Bankyears to take action against Israel and noted that Europe’s soccer association
Israeli-Palestinian conflict finds another small battlefield: Over a soccer pitch in West Bank
Orange County Register / Posted 3 days ago
years to take action against Israel and noted that Europe’s soccer association barred Russia from claiming teams from Crimea after annexing the peninsula. “We want to play football,” he said by telephone from Zurich, where he was meeting with... Read more
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The Hill
Trump camp backs away from adviser suspected of Kremlin tiesand Russian oil executive who is among a group of leaders that the U.S. sanctio
Trump camp backs away from adviser suspected of Kremlin ties
The Hill / Posted 3 days ago
and Russian oil executive who is among a group of leaders that the U.S. sanctioned in response to Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014. Sechin is a former deputy prime minister and chief of staff to Putin and was described by the U.S. Treasury... Read more
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express
US and Britain threatening world peace with arms race in space, blasts Russiathe two world superpowers improved. Tensions between Moscow and the West have
US and Britain threatening world peace with arms race in space, blasts Russia
express / Posted 4 days ago
the two world superpowers improved. Tensions between Moscow and the West have escalated amid a dispute with Ukraine over Crimea, which Russia illegally annexed in 2014. The Brussels-based military bloc has vowed to increase its presence in the... Read more
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New Kerala
Leaders must decide whether to 'go it alone,' or work together for better world, Germany tells UN - newkerala.com #123143for dealing with migrants and refugees. Noting that new rifts have emerged in
Leaders must decide whether to 'go it alone,' or work together for better world, Germany tells UN - newkerala.com #123143
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
for dealing with migrants and refugees. Noting that new rifts have emerged in Europe following Russias annexation of Crimea, he said it is important to step up dialogue between East and West, but the UN is necessary to ensure that diverging... Read more
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Reuters
Ukraine says peace process at risk without EU sanctionsare set to discuss the sanctions on Russia's energy, financial and defense sect
Ukraine says peace process at risk without EU sanctions
Reuters / Posted 4 days ago
are set to discuss the sanctions on Russia's energy, financial and defense sectors, which were imposed after Moscow annexed Crimea in 2014. Countries with closer ties to Russia, including Cyprus, Italy and Hungary, are pushing to lift some measures... Read more
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Swissinfo
Ukraine says peace process at risk without EU sanctionsare set to discuss the sanctions on Russia's energy, financial and defence sect
Ukraine says peace process at risk without EU sanctions
Swissinfo / Posted 4 days ago
are set to discuss the sanctions on Russia's energy, financial and defence sectors, which were imposed after Moscow annexed Crimea in 2014. Countries with closer ties to Russia, including Cyprus, Italy and Hungary, are pushing to lift some measures... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Ukraine says peace process at risk without EU sanctionsare set to discuss the sanctions on Russia's energy, financial and defence sect
Ukraine says peace process at risk without EU sanctions
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 days ago
are set to discuss the sanctions on Russia's energy, financial and defence sectors, which were imposed after Moscow annexed Crimea in 2014. Countries with closer ties to Russia, including Cyprus, Italy and Hungary, are pushing to lift some measures... Read more
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Market Watch
Russia is now top wheat exporter, proving sanctions won’t workYes, the ruble took a beating, inflation rose, and growth has stalled and also
Russia is now top wheat exporter, proving sanctions won’t work
Market Watch / Posted 4 days ago
Yes, the ruble took a beating, inflation rose, and growth has stalled and also backtracked, but Russia remains in Crimea, and continues to flex its muscles elsewhere, from Syria to the Arctic. Why? Because Russia is so geographically... Read more
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