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Putin allegedly fires artillery on Ukraine as bodies retrieved

Donetsk - Instead of backing off because of the world’s condemnation of Russia for the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner, Moscow began an artillery barrage into Ukraine territory Thursday.
In the Media by Robert Weller

Putin's Russia risks burning bridges over jet crash

Moscow - Russia risks burning bridges with the West over the deadly Malaysian plane crash in Ukraine, as analysts warn that President Vladimir Putin might never accept responsibility for the disaster.
In the Media by Anna Smolchenko (AFP) - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Russian separatists take airline bodies hostage

Donetsk - Media reports say Russian separatists have taken 196 bodies from the downed Malaysian airliner and are holding them hostage.
In the Media by Robert Weller

Op-Ed: Night of the Russians

Donetsk - It could be the newest horror movie. Vodka-swilling Russian wannabes steal bodies from a commercial jet they shot down. But this is real.
In the Media by Robert Weller

Op-Ed: West may face charge of hypocrisy in blaming Russia for Flight 17

The U.S. is suggesting that Russia bears some responsibility for the alleged Ukrainian separatist missile strike that downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. But when it comes to debates over who provided which weapons to whom, hypocrisy abounds...
In the Media by Calvin Wolf - 1 comment

More than 100 AIDS researchers killed on Malaysian jet

Melbourne - Officials at an international AIDS conference that began Friday in Melbourne say more than 100 delegates died on the Malaysian Airliner apparently shot by Russian-backed rebels.
In the Media by Robert Weller - 20 comments

Op-Ed: Russia denies it shot down Malaysia Airlines plane

Donetsk - Russia is denying it shot down a Malaysian Airliner near the Ukraine border, killing at least 298, possibly including 23 Americans. But it is not the first time Russia has shot down commercial planes.
In the Media by Robert Weller - 12 comments

Putin calls for Ukraine truce extension: Kremlin

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday called for Ukraine's truce to be extended and for new talks between Kiev and separatists, the Kremlin said after telephone talks with EU leaders.
In the Media by AFP

Ukrainian crisis: 423 dead, heading for humanitarian crisis — UN

New York - A UN official estimates that since the crisis in Ukraine began more than two months ago, 423 people have lost their lives in fighting between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine.
In the Media by Robert Myles

Op-Ed: Putin's lies have short life span

Moscow - Usually, the leader of a nation claiming to be a world power, would want his lies to last at least until the end of the news cycle. Not Russia’s Vladimir Putin.
In the Media by Robert Weller

Putin calls for dialogue to settle Ukraine crisis

Donetsk - What a difference a couple of months makes! Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin is calling for negotiations to resolve the months-long standoff between Ukraine's government and pro-Russian militants who took over several eastern cities.
In the Media by Nathan Salant

Putin urges 'substantial dialogue' between Ukraine warring sides

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday called on Ukraine's leadership and rebels to start genuine dialogue, saying Kiev should halt military operations and guarantee the rights of Russian speakers in the separatist east.
In the Media by AFP

Putin orders central Russia forces on 'full combat alert'

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered troops in central Russia on "full combat alert" for snap drills, the defence minister said on Saturday.
In the Media by AFP

Putin, Ukraine's president discuss 'peace plan'

Moscow - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called Russia's Vladimir Putin to discuss a plan to end the bloodshed in eastern Ukraine, the second late night phone conversation between the leaders this week, the Kremlin said.
In the Media by AFP

Putin endorses a free Internet

Russian President Vladimir Putin has denounced those who would limit information on the Internet. The event took place at a meeting with some of the largest Russian Internet companies.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Ukraine proposes biggest exodus in Europe since World War 2

Kiev - The new government of President Petro Poroshenko has proposed the creation of safety corridors that would allow eastern Ukrainian people to vote with their feet, creating the biggest exodus in eastern Europe since World War 2.
In the Media by Robert Weller - 2 comments

Putin, Obama hold brief meeting on D-Day sidelines

B - Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin held informal talks Friday, diplomatic sources said, amid the worst crisis in ties between the United States and Russia in decades over the unrest in Ukraine.
In the Media by AFP

Putin says ready to meet new Ukraine President, taunts U.S.

Paris - Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he is ready to meet Ukraine's new president at this week's D-Day commemorations in France. The Russian leader also delivered a withering attack on U.S. attempts to isolate Russia.
In the Media by AFP

Absent Putin still looms large over Brussels G7 summit

Brussels - Leaders of the G7 group of industrialized nations meeting at a summit in Brussels, Belgium, Wednesday, are expected to put further pressure on Russia to act over the Ukrainian crisis.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 3 comments

Putin — Not so easy to isolate

Warsaw - Vladimir Putin is proving a hard man to snub.The Russian leader was supposed to be the outcast, booted from the rich nations club and disinvited from the G8 party he was planning in the Olympic City, Sochi, his pride and joy.
In the Media by Stephen Collinson (AFP)

Putin says impossible to isolate Russia, rejects 'new Cold War'

Saint Petersburg - Russian President Vladimir Putin said Saturday that it was impossible to isolate Russia from the global economy, as he rejected talk of a "new Cold War" between Moscow and the West.
In the Media by Florence Biedermann (AFP)

Op-Ed: Ukraine in NATO? Poroshenko says Nyet

Kiev - For all intents and purposes, Ukraine already has a President-in-waiting even if the elections, slated for May 25th, have yet to take place.
In the Media by Rob Edens

Putin crusade will not end with Ukraine vote, analysts say

Moscow - Held up by many as the best hope for Ukraine, Sunday's presidential vote will make little difference to the one man the West blames most for the country's crisis -- Vladimir Putin.
In the Media by Michael Mainville (AFP)

Putin keeps options open with call to Ukraine rebels

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin's surprise call for independence votes in eastern Ukraine to be postponed appears designed to blunt Western criticism while still keeping his options open, analysts said.
In the Media by Olga Rotenberg (AFP)

Putin asks Ukraine separatists to postpone May 11 referendum

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday asked pro-Kremlin separatists in southeastern Ukraine to postpone a series of disputed referendums planned for this weekend on declaring greater autonomy or outright independence from Kiev.
In the Media by AFP

Berlin distances itself from ex-leader after Putin party

Berlin - The German government distanced itself from former chancellor Gerhard Schroeder Tuesday after he was spotted exchanging hugs in Saint Petersburg with Russian President Vladimir Putin as the Ukraine crisis rages.
In the Media by Deborah Cole (AFP)

Putin calls Internet 'CIA project'

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday called the Internet a "CIA project" and warned Russians against making Google searches.
In the Media by AFP

Israel and the Crimean crisis

The United States expressed "surprise" over the fact that Israel did not support last months U.N. vote supporting Ukraine's sovereign claim over Crimea.
In the Media by Paul Iddon - 1 comment

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)

Putin admits Russian troops in Crimea during referendum

Moscow - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday admitted for the first time that Russian soldiers were present on the Crimean peninsula before and during the referendum that backed rule from Moscow.
In the Media by AFP
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International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin...
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International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach (L) and Russian President Vladimir Putin smile during the closing ceremony for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics February 23, 2014
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Crowds toppled a statue of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin in the Ukrainian capital and attacked it with hammers on Sunday in the latest mass protests against President Viktor Yanukovich and his plans for closer ties with Russia
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Merkel and Putin hold talks in Moscow in November 2012.
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Anti-government protesters whose tents were burning, throw missiles during clashes with riot police at the Independence Square in Kiev January 18, 2014
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Reuters Pictures of the Year 2013: U.S. President Barack Obama (L) meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the G8 Summit at Lough Erne in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland June 17, 2013
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South African President Jacob Zuma with President of Russia Vladimir Putin at the end of the BRICS Leaders Meeting on the margins of the G20 Summit held in Russia
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Russian Davos. Putin's attempt to stop economic collapse
Sanctions are sanctions, but 18th St.-Petersburg international economic forum will take place in all political weather. Moreover, president Putin will arrive at the Forum, for whom the action will become the Rubicon for presentation of Russia on international scene. Despite the threats of USA and Europe to apply once again a new package of rigid economic sanctions, which in their opinion should strike Russian economy and both large and medium business, Russia and Putin pay little attention...
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Anti-government protesters take cover behind a temporary barricade during clashes with riot police at Independence Square in Kiev February 18, 2014
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A man holds a sledgehammer as he smashes a statue of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin, which was toppled by protesters during a rally organized by supporters of EU integration in Kiev, December 8, 2013
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Vladimir Putin at World Economic Forum meeting
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Top management of several European companies plans to hold private meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum scheduled for May 22-24. It was quite expected that in spite of Western sanctions CEOs of energy companies would be among other representatives of big European businesses wishing to hold a private meeting with the Russian president, including BP Group, which shareholder is the Rosneft. But the list of those wishing to participat
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Russian President Vladimir Putin aboard the battlecruiser Pyotr Velikiy during a Northern Fleet exercise in 2005
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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov: "We are not violating any international agreements"
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Anti-government protesters walk past a burning tent encampment during clashes with riot police at Independence Square in Kiev February 18, 2014
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Ukranian riot police take cover behind their shields during clashes with anti-government protesters near Independence Square in Kiev February 18, 2014
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