Ukraine

Giuliani Again Pushes Ukraine To Probe Trump Rivals

New York Times: “Months after backing out of a trip to Ukraine amid criticism that he was mixing partisan politics with foreign policy, Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, has renewed his push for the Ukrainian government to...

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Greg Craig Trial Exposes Infighting, Skullduggery On Manafort’s Ukraine Team

Greg Craig, the former Obama White House counsel, surely regrets he ever wound up working with former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, but Craig’s ongoing criminal trial is opening a new and often entertaining window into infighting and...
Related topics: Barack Obama, White House

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Macron Quotes Dostoevsky During Presser With Putin To Illustrate Russia's Role In Europe

The two countries' presidents met in southern France on 19 August to discuss a variety of matters, including Iran, Syria, Ukraine, as well as Russia's relations with European states.
Related topics: Emmanuel Macron, Vladimir Putin, Russia, France, Iran, Syria

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With Eyes On Election, Netanyahu Calls For Closer Ties With Ukraine

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, locked in a tight election campaign, has kicked off a two-day visit to Ukraine highlighting the significance of post-Soviet emigres who are likely to be a factor in the vote.More than a million people from...
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Israeli Prime Minister's Wife Throws Away Traditional Welcome Treat During Ukraine Visit (video)

According to reports, Netanyahu's wife left Israel in a bad mood due to the reception that she received by a crew member on the prime minister's plane.
Related topics: World Videos, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel

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Will Corruption Poison Ukraine's New President?

Eli Kaul Security, Eurasia Overcoming the persistence of corruption will be the most difficult task for Ukraine in the coming decade. Nicolai Petro mentions the rise of the “fifth column”—the term given by former president Petro Poroshenko...

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Ngos Call On Jit To Stop Upcoming Trial On Mh17 Downing In Ukraine, Citing 'flawed' Investigation

Earlier, German private detective Josef Resch offered to present his potentially ground-breaking findings, based on witness testimonies, and documents previously thought lost to the Dutch-led Joint Investigation Team (JIT) that probed the incident....

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Democratic Pollster Divulges Details To Jurors About Greg Craig's Ukraine Work

Democratic pollster and political consultant Doug Schoen took the stand at former Obama White House counsel Greg Craig’s trial Friday, telling jurors how he enlisted Craig in the Ukraine-related project that led to the veteran Washington lawyer...
Related topics: Barack Obama, White House

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Trial Opens For Former Obama Aide Accused Of Lying About Foreign Lobbying

Lawyers for Gregory B. Craig said their client never intended to deceive Justice Department officials about his work on behalf of Ukraine’s government.
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‘biden Bungalow’: Donor With Deep Ukraine Ties Lent $500,000 To Biden’s Brother

A donor with deep ties to Ukraine loaned Joe Biden’s younger brother half-a-million dollars at the same time the then-vice president oversaw U.S. policy toward the country, according to public records reviewed by POLITICO.The 2015 loan came as...
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Russia Expels Ukrainian Diplomat In Response To Kiev's Provocation

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A diplomat from the Consulate General of Ukraine in St. Petersburg has been expelled from Russia as a reciprocal response to Kiev's actions against a Russian diplomat, which occurred in May, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on...
Related topics: Russia, Kiev, Moscow

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Ukraine's President Offers Citizenship To Russian Political Refugees

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy signed a decree Tuesday offering citizenship to Russians suffering political persecution, and also to foreigners who fought on Kyiv's side in the conflict in eastern Ukraine.Zelenskiy had announced such a move...

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Questions Still Hang Over Nuclear Explosion In Russia

After a significant nuclear explosion last Thursday in Russia — possibly the worst the Kremlin has seen since Chernobyl in what is now Ukraine — Moscow is keeping mum about further details. The explosion claimed at least seven lives,...
Related topics: Russia, Kremlin, Chernobyl, Moscow

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Ukraine Triggered After Leather-clad Putin Attends Biker Rally In Crimea

People in Ukraine were massively offended after Vladimir Putin attended a biker rally in Crimea - with the Ukrainian foreign ministry saying Sunday's visit was a "blatant violation of Ukraine's sovereignty."  The 66-year-old Russian President...
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, Crimea

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Russia's Next Challenge: A Tough Ukrainian Military That Can Fight?

Mark Episkopos Security, Putin should think twice. Future lethal aid packages would reflect a more realistic vision of Ukraine’s military needs if they were grounded in these kinds of practical concerns, rather than niche missile launchers that...
Related topics: Russia, Military, Vladimir Putin

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Iran Would Use A Very Special Strategy To Attack America

Nolan Peterson Security, Thanks to Russia. “Iran’s attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf resemble, in their intent, Russia’s hybrid warfare operations that we have seen in Ukraine and elsewhere,” said Nataliya Bugayova, Russia research...
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Ugly Or Beautiful? The Housing Blocks Communism Left Behind

Zupagrafika's new book captures modernist and brutalist architecture in Germany, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, and Russia.
Related topics: Germany, Hungary, Poland, Russia

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In Memoriam: Fifth Anniversary Of Russian Photojournalist Andrei Stenin's Death (video)

The 6th of August marks the fifth anniversary of Sputnik special photo correspondent Andrei Stenin’s death in eastern Ukraine.
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Stenin's Mother: 'when Andrei Left For Ukraine, I Had The Thought That I Could Lose My Child'

Tuesday marks the fifth anniversary of the tragic death of Andrei Stenin, special photo correspondent for Sputnik. Andrei Stenin was killed on 6 August 2014 while covering the conflict in eastern Ukraine. Andrei's mother, Vera, shared her grief and...
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Stenin Photo Contest Winners Say Late Photojournalist's Courage Inspires Their Work

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Andrei Stenin International Press Photo Contest, which was launched in memory of the Russian photojournalist killed while covering the conflict in the east of Ukraine, motivates and inspires photographers across the globe, the...
Related topics: World Photos, Russia, Moscow, Photography

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