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    Nato to strengthen military exercises after Russia ‘aggression’
    Aug04

    Nato to strengthen military exercises after Russia ‘aggression’

    Nato has said it will draw up new defence plans amid a “new security situation” in Europe following Russia’s actions in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Experts arrive at Malaysia flight crash site in Ukraine
    Aug01

    [Ticker] Experts arrive at Malaysia flight crash site in Ukraine

    An international team of four investigators on Thursday arrived at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 in eastern Ukraine, reports AP. After a moment of silence upon arrival, the team of two Dutch and two Australian experts assessed the site. Some 80 bodies remain at the scene. …read more Source:...

    EU hits Russia’s largest banks, imposes arms embargo
    Jul31

    EU hits Russia’s largest banks, imposes arms embargo

    New EU sanctions will stop Russia’s two top banks from buying debt and ban new arms exports and sales of oil-drilling kit in the bloc’s toughest step to date. …read more Source:...

    Russia threatens Europe with higher energy prices
    Jul31

    Russia threatens Europe with higher energy prices

    Russia has reacted angrily to EU sanctions, calling them a “senseless and irresponsible step” which would “inevitably” lead to a hike in energy prices. …read more Source:...

    EU blacklists three Putin ‘cronies’
    Jul30

    EU blacklists three Putin ‘cronies’

    The EU has for the first time included three of Vladimir Putin’s loyal oligarchs and his propaganda chief on an existing blacklist in response to Russia’s continued “destabilisation” of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Nato: Over 12,000 Russian troops on Ukraine border
    Jul30

    [Ticker] Nato: Over 12,000 Russian troops on Ukraine border

    Nato military commander General Philip Breedlove Wednesday said the number of Russian troops and weaponry along the border with Ukraine is increasing and is “well over 12,000”, reports Reuters. The comments came after the EU Tuesday decided to impose broad economic sanctions on Moscow for its actions in Ukraine. …read more...

    EU approves economic sanctions on Russia
    Jul29

    EU approves economic sanctions on Russia

    EU ambassadors have approved the so-called stage three – economic sanctions – on Russia, expected to enter into force on Friday. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] EU ambassadors approve economic sanctions on Russia
    Jul29

    [Ticker] EU ambassadors approve economic sanctions on Russia

    EU ambassadors have approved a raft of economic sanctions against Russia, banning EU citizens and companies from trading Russian bonds, as well as selling weapons to or importing them from Russia, exporting technology for oil exploration and items with military and civilian use. The sanctions will enter into force Friday. …read more Source:...

    Obama, EU leaders agree on Russia sanctions
    Jul29

    Obama, EU leaders agree on Russia sanctions

    The leaders of Britain, France, Germany, Italy and the US held a conference call on Monday and agreed to impose economic sanctions on Russia as it continues to support the war in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] US satellite photos show Russia rocket fire into Ukraine
    Jul28

    [Ticker] US satellite photos show Russia rocket fire into Ukraine

    The US on Sunday released photos it says shows rockets being fired into Ukraine from Russia, reports the Guardian. The images also show heavy Russian artillery being moved into area. The heavy weapons fire occurred between 21 July and 26 July, after the Malaysia Airlines crash on 17 July. …read more Source:...