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Moldova's pro-Russian breakaway region longs for recognition

Tiraspol - Anna says she is tired of living "in a country that does not exist for the rest of the world".
In the Media by Isabelle Wesselingh, Anatol Golea (AFP)

Reluctant Kosovo approves war crimes court

Pristina - Kosovo's parliament on Wednesday approved the creation of an international war crimes court to investigate allegations against ethnic Albanian guerrillas during their conflict with Serbia in the late 1990s.
In the Media by Ismet Hajdari (AFP)

Nothing should impede normalisation of Russia-West relations: Putin

Moscow - President Vladimir Putin on Saturday said nothing should impede the normalisation of relations between Russia and the West, after ties hit a post-Cold War low due to the standoff over Ukraine.
In the Media by AFP

Russia, West still far from breakthrough in Ukraine crisis

Moscow - The four-way agreement on Ukraine thrashed out in Geneva is the first sign of progress between Russia and the West in a months-long standoff, but a litany of problems remain unresolved, analysts said.
In the Media by Stuart Williams and Olga Rotenberg (AFP)

Russia's Lavrov announces deal to 'de-escalate tensions' in Ukraine

Geneva - Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Thursday announced a deal had been reached with Ukraine, the United States and the European Union to "de-escalate" dangerously high tensions in the former Soviet republic.
In the Media by AFP

Ukraine upends Poland's EU election campaign

Warsaw - The Ukraine crisis has shifted Poland's campaign for next month's European elections, boosting the governing centre-right party's chances as its prime minister reassures voters nervous about Russia's next move.
In the Media by Bernard Osser (AFP)

Russian sanctions would destroy Cyprus economy: FM

Nicosia - Economic sanctions by Europe against Russia "would destroy Cyprus's economy," Nicosia's foreign minister Ioannis Kasoulides said in a German newspaper interview published Wednesday."There are very strong economic ties between Cyprus and Russia.
In the Media by AFP

European parliament adopts financial markets rules

Strasbourg - The European Parliament adopted new rules Tuesday to tighten the regulation of financial markets in order to stop rampant speculation, including on foodstuffs.
In the Media by AFP

France will stick to EU deficit reduction target

Paris - France will stick to the country's EU-set budget deficit reduction target, the new finance minister insisted on Tuesday, dismissing earlier indications that Paris was angling for a delay.
In the Media by AFP

European Parliament approves 'banking union' reforms

Strasbourg - The European Parliament approved on Tuesday the last elements of a new set of rules to prevent failing banks from ever again driving EU member states into bankruptcy.
In the Media by AFP
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