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Nemtsov Report Details Human and Financial Costs of War in Ukraine | News

Nemtsov Report Details Human and Financial Costs of War in Ukraine for Russia. At least 220 soldiers killed and more than $1 billion spent.

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Putin and military supremacy

“No one should harbour any illusions about it being possible to achieve military supremacy over Russia or to use pressure against us in any way or form. Russia will always have an adequate response to any such reckless actions”, said Vladimir Putin in a speech at a gala to mark the Defender of the Fatherland […]

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Kerry offert on Ukraine

John Kerry said that his country “is prepared to consider rolling back sanctions on Russia when the Minsk agreements of September 2014, and now this agreement, are fully implemented. that would mean a the facto recognition of the annexation of Crimea which triggered the sanctions.

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Alexander Litvinenko poisoning: Widow welcomes Government U-turn on public inquiry at time when UK-Russia relations are hardening

Alexander Litvinenko poisoning: Widow welcomes Government U-turn on public inquiry at time when UK-Russia relations are hardening.

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Breaking Ukraine

The leaders of the regions of Ukraine that held referendums last Sunday proclaimed independence and expressed their will to join the Russian Federation. Kiev considers the vote a farce.

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Kremlin's warning on Ukraine

In a White Book on Ukraine, the Kremlin warns that the situation “may erupt into a serious threat to regional peace and security and lead to further escalation of international and interethnic contradictions and conflicts in Ukraine and Europe in general.”

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Putin knows

If Putin says Ukraine is on the brink of civil war, it must be true. He won’t say it, but he must know exactly what’s going on in the Eastern regions where armed groups have seized official buildings and are asking for independence from Kiev and even the annexation to the Russian Federation, as Crimea did.

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After Crimea

As it was predictable protesters in some eastern Ukrainian cities are seizing official buildings and demanding the celebration of referendums to join Russia as Crimea did.

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Putin and Ukraine

Putin is acting as if Crimea was a Russian territory. Let’s see what will do with the rest of the Ukraine.

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Putin alone defending Al Assad at G8 Summit

President Putin from Russia was alone defending Al Assad in the  G8 Summit in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland. After a two hours meeting with President Obama from the US, they looked tense and didn’t change their positions, with only one point in common: to try to convene a peace conference. But that conference of peace is a […]

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