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Feb 22, 2017
Ukraine president Petro Poroshenko calls for increased sanctions against Russia after passport spatUkraine's president called Tuesday for new sanctions against Russia over its decision to recognize passports issued by separatist authorities in eastern Ukraine.
Feb 14, 2017
Illegal leaks behind Michael Flynn's resignation, says Donald TrumpUS President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that the real story behind the National Security Advisor's resignation is illegal leaks, indicating that it was not the top official misleading him as being reported in the media.
Feb 09, 2017
Vladimir Putin govt says no deal with US on Ukraine crisisRussian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman is rejecting suggestions that the Kremlin and the Trump Administration may try to negotiate a deal over the war in eastern Ukraine.
Feb 05, 2017
Donald Trump dials Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko; assures to work for peace with MoscowUS President Donald Trump has assured his Ukrainian counterpart to work with all parties to end bloodshed and restore peace along volatile Russia-Ukraine border, amid escalation in violence in the region.
Jan 31, 2017
Ukraine conflict: Russia-backed rebels as Kiev urges Berlin for stronger sanctions against MoscowA sudden surge in clashes between Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed rebels killed at least seven people on Monday despite a tattered truce in Ukraine's war-scarred east.
Dec 29, 2016
Ethiopia set to impose lifetime bans on athletes who fail doping testsEthiopia, one of five countries the IAAF says is in "critical care" over its drug-testing systems, will impose lifetime bans on doping cheats.
Dec 21, 2016
Analysis - U.S. government loses to Russia's disinformation campaign: advisers | ReutersBy Joseph Menn The U.S. government spent more than a decade preparing responses to malicious hacking by a foreign power but had no clear strategy when Russia launched a disinformation campaign over the internet during the U.S. election campaign, current and former White House cyber security advisers said.Far more effort has gone into plotting offensive hacking and preparing defences against the less probable but more dramatic damage from electronic assaults on the power grid, financial system or direct manipulation of voting machines.Over the last several years, U.S
Dec 19, 2016
Austrian far right signs deal with Putin's party, touts Trump ties | ReutersVIENNA Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPO) offered on Monday to act as a go-between for U.S.
Dec 16, 2016
EU agrees to extend Russia sanctions until mid-2017 in a signal to Trump | ReutersBy Gabriela Baczynska | BRUSSELS BRUSSELS European Union leaders agreed on Thursday to extend economic sanctions against Russia over the turmoil in Ukraine until mid-2017, though some wanted a longer timespan over fear U.S. President-elect Donald Trump would ease pressure on Moscow.The decision was expected and the formal process to extend the sanctions on Russia's defence, energy and financial sectors will take place early next week."Some of our colleagues would prefer maybe 12 months but ..
Dec 15, 2016
Abe, Putin agree to revive Japan-Russia security talks, discuss Syria | ReutersBy Kiyoshi Takenaka and Katya Golubkova | NAGATO, Japan NAGATO, Japan Japan and Russia agreed at a leaders' summit on Thursday to revive security talks and start discussing economic cooperation on disputed islands at the core of a row that has kept them from signing a peace treaty formally ending World War Two.Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Russian President Vladimir Putin also talked about Syria, with Abe conveying to Putin his concern over the deteriorating humanitarian situation and Putin offering to work with other countries to settle the Syrian problem, a Japanese government spokesman said.The talks come as Russia faces Western criticism over the destruction of eastern Aleppo in Syria, where Russia is backing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces. "On Syria, Prime Minister Abe expressed strong concern over the deteriorating humanitarian situation, and stressed the importance of returning to the halt of hostile conduct and implementing humanitarian aid," Japanese Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Kotaro Nogami told reporters after the two leaders met for about three hours at a hot spring resort in southwest Japan."President Putin stated he is supporting President Assad who is an elected leader. He also said he is ready to talk to countries in the region and the United States to work toward the resolution," Nogami said.Abe and Putin are seeking progress in a two-day summit on their dispute over the four windswept isles in the western Pacific controlled by Russia but also claimed by Japan.