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      Ukraine sanctions Russia ally Medvedchuk, says will take back fuel pipeline
      Feb20

      Ukraine sanctions Russia ally Medvedchuk, says will take back fuel pipeline

      Ukraine on Friday announced sanctions on Viktor Medvedchuk, a prominent :Russia says better US ties will depend on Biden Ukraine health minister: ‘information attacks’ will impact vaccine procurement …read more Source:: Al...

      Turkey concerned over raids on homes of Crimean Tatars
      Feb18

      Turkey concerned over raids on homes of Crimean Tatars

      Russian forces detained 6 Crimean Tatars by raiding their homes, according to Ukrainian official …read more Source:: Anadolu...

      How Poland, Hungary, Russia & UK Labour Party use antisemitism in politics
      Feb18

      How Poland, Hungary, Russia & UK Labour Party use antisemitism in politics

      On Russia, the report states that the country under President Vladimir Putin weaponized antisemitism by exaggerating its prevalence in Ukraine. …read more Source:: The Jerusalem...

      Blinken vows to strengthen ties with Congress as it awaits reports from Biden adminis
      Feb18

      Blinken vows to strengthen ties with Congress as it awaits reports from Biden adminis

      Secretary of State Antony Blinken told :US has ‘urgent’ responsibility to ensure Iran doesn’t get nuclear weapons: BlinkenUS policies in the Middle East: An in-depth analysis of Biden’s plans …read more Source:: Al...

      Putin: Russia needs to ensure parliamentary elections are safe from foreign medling
      Feb17

      Putin: Russia needs to ensure parliamentary elections are safe from foreign medling

      Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday :Turkey detains six, identifies Russian ISIS suspect at Syria borderKremlin critic Navalny says European rights court has ordered his releaseRussia detains 19 extremist militants who were planning attacks …read more Source:: Al...

      Russia detains 19 extremist militants who were planning attacks 
      Feb17

      Russia detains 19 extremist militants who were planning attacks 

      Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Wednesday it had detained 19 suspected extremist militants planning attacks in the North Caucasus.The FSB said it had seized a suicide belt, homemade bombs and automatic weapons from the suspects this month.:Iran, Russia begin joint naval drill in northern Indian Ocean: ReportRussia extends...

      Ukraine condemns PKK for killing Turkish civilians
      Feb16

      Ukraine condemns PKK for killing Turkish civilians

      Murderers of unarmed people deserve most severe condemnation, says Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry …read more Source:: Anadolu...

      Why Antony Blinken is a symbol of solidarity between US, Ukrainian Jews
      Feb16

      Why Antony Blinken is a symbol of solidarity between US, Ukrainian Jews

      While Jews in Ukraine faced near-constant persecution, in the United States, where religious freedom was greater protected, many Jews began to thrive. …read more Source:: The Jerusalem...

      Lavrov on Potential Russia-EU Break-up: Rift Has Been Growing for Years at Brussels’ Initiative
      Feb15

      Lavrov on Potential Russia-EU Break-up: Rift Has Been Growing for Years at Brussels’ Initiative

      The foreign minister has previously stated that Moscow is prepared to end the relationship with the European Union if the bloc introduces sanctions that put the Russian economy at risk. The breakup between Russia and the European Union has been going on for a long time, with the bloc being the initiator, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov...

      Russia’s Lavrov says ready to mend relations with EU despite chill
      Feb15

      Russia’s Lavrov says ready to mend relations with EU despite chill

      Russia’s top diplomat blamed the European Union Monday for a freeze in ties but argued that Moscow remains ready to mend relations if it hears positive signals from the bloc.Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said after talks in St. Petersburg with his Finnish counterpart, Pekka Haavisto, that “if the EU decides that it’s necessary to...