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      U.S. Military Deploys 2 MQ-1 Predators to Latvia
      Sep01

      U.S. Military Deploys 2 MQ-1 Predators to Latvia

      Washington, September 1 (RHC)– The United States has deployed two surveillance drones to Eastern Europe, where military exercises are being held in the face of what the U.S. and its allies call a possible Russian “aggression” amid a conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Havana...

      U.S. Plans to Punish Russia with More Sanctions
      Jul20

      U.S. Plans to Punish Russia with More Sanctions

      Washington, July 20 (RHC)– U.S. officials are considering new sanctions to further limit Moscow’s access to Western credit, alleging that Russia has failed to fulfill demands put forward by the Minsk agreement to resolve the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Radio Havana...

      Russian and U.S. Presidents Discuss Conflicts in Ukraine and Syria
      Jun26

      Russian and U.S. Presidents Discuss Conflicts in Ukraine and Syria

      Washington, June 26 (RHC)– Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Barack Obama had their first direct contact in four months as Moscow and Washington try to manage their conflict over Ukraine while still working together on other issues like Syria and Iran’s nuclear program. …read more Source: Radio Havana...

      U.S. Senate Passes $612 Billion Defense Policy Bill
      Jun19

      U.S. Senate Passes $612 Billion Defense Policy Bill

      Washington, June 19 (RHC) – Over White House objections, the U.S. Senate on Thursday passed a $612 billion defense policy bill that calls for arming Ukraine forces, prevents another round of base closures and makes it harder for President Barack Obama to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. …read more Source: Radio Havana...

      New Ukrainian Law Honors Nationalist Groups That Aided Nazis
      May20

      New Ukrainian Law Honors Nationalist Groups That Aided Nazis

      Kiev, May 20 (RHC)– Ukraine has vowed to prosecute two men it accuses of being elite Russian soldiers captured in country’s restive east. Russia has claimed the men are no longer active soldiers. …read more Source: Radio Havana...

      Ukrainian Scientists Call for Resumption of Cuban Medical Program for Chernobyl Children
      May19

      Ukrainian Scientists Call for Resumption of Cuban Medical Program for Chernobyl Children

      Kiev, May 19 (RHC) -– Participants at a scientific conference in Kiev have urged the Ukrainian government and parliament to resume the joint medical program with Cuba for the children affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. …read more Source: Radio Havana...

      Sports News Roundup April 23
      Apr23

      Sports News Roundup April 23

      The current World Team Chess Championship is coming to its median. In the 4th round the team of China unexpectedly took a confident victory over the Armenians with the score 0.5:3.5, the Egyptians yielded the Cuban team 1:3, while India won Hungary with the minimum score, and Ukraine was stronger than Israel, again with the score 1.5:2.5. Only...

      U.S. Selling Patriot Missiles to Poland Amid Tensions with Russia
      Apr22

      U.S. Selling Patriot Missiles to Poland Amid Tensions with Russia

      Warsaw, April 22 (RHC)– The United States is selling Patriot surface-to-air missiles to Poland amid increasing tensions between Washington and Moscow over the Ukraine crisis. The U.S. embassy in Poland confirmed the deal on Tuesday and described it as “an important moment in the security partnership between Poland and the United States.”...

      U.S. Begins Training Ukrainian Forces Despite Russian Warnings
      Apr21

      U.S. Begins Training Ukrainian Forces Despite Russian Warnings

      Kiev, April 21 (RHC)– U.S. paratroopers have begun training Ukrainian forces who are battling pro-Russian rebels in the country’s east. …read more Source: Radio Havana...

      United Nations Says Number of Displaced in Ukraine Tops 1.2 Million
      Apr20

      United Nations Says Number of Displaced in Ukraine Tops 1.2 Million

      United Nations, April 20 (RHC)– The number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Ukraine has exceeded 1.2 million, the United Nations says as the crisis in the country’s eastern parts enters its second year. …read more Source: Radio Havana...