Ukraine Seeks Court Trial In London To Defend Against Unpaid $3 Billion Eurobond To Russia

Ukraine Seeks Court Trial In London To Defend Against Unpaid $3 Billion Eurobond To...

Ukraine will ask the British Supreme Court on December 9 to not compel it to pay nearly $4 billion in debt to Russia from a Eurobond that Moscow had refused to have restructured...
Another Moscow Activist Gets Prison Term Over Unsanctioned July 27 Rally

Another Moscow Activist Gets Prison Term Over Unsanctioned July 27 Rally

MOSCOW -- A court in Moscow has sentenced another activist accused of assaulting police during an unsanctioned rally on July 27. The Tver district court sentenced Eduard Malyshevsky late on December 9 to three...
Russia, Turkey, Iran Hold 14th Round Of Talks On Syria War In Kazakhstan

Russia, Turkey, Iran Hold 14th Round Of Talks On Syria War In Kazakhstan

The delegations of Turkey, Iran, and Russia have arrived in Kazakhstan's capital, Nur-Sultan, for two days of trilateral talks, Kazakh Foreign Ministry spokesman Aibek Smadiyarov has told reporters. The meetings are designed to...
Topless Protesters Detained Ahead Of Ukraine Peace Summit In Paris

Topless Protesters Detained Ahead Of Ukraine Peace Summit In Paris

Two female activists from the Femen movement have protested topless outside the Elysee Palace in Paris ahead of the arrival of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelenskiy for critical...
Russian Court Backs Release Of American Cartoonist Charged With Drug Smuggling

Russian Court Backs Release Of American Cartoonist Charged With Drug Smuggling

The Moscow City Court has upheld a lower court's decision to release U.S. citizen Gaylen Grandstaff from custody until the Prosecutor-General's Office clarifies its arguments in the drug-smuggling case against him."The decision of...
OPEC, Russia Agree To Extend Cuts In Oil Output To Help Boost Prices

OPEC, Russia Agree To Extend Cuts In Oil Output To Help Boost Prices

The OPEC cartel and its partners, including Russia, say they have agreed to cut oil production further as part of efforts to boost prices while global supplies rise amid a worldwide economic slowdownHowever,...
Arms Depot Blasts Kill Two Ukrainian Soldiers, Injure Four

Former Ukrainian Lawmaker Handed Two-Year Sentence In Russia For Embassy Attack

Former Ukrainian lawmaker Mykola Rudkovskiy has been sentenced to 2 years in prison in Russia on charges of attacking the Russian Embassy in Kyiv in 2014.The Russian Prosecutor-General's Office said on December 9...
EU To Start Work On 'Magnitsky' Sanctions Regime

EU To Start Work On ‘Magnitsky’ Sanctions Regime

BRUSSELS -- European Union foreign ministers have agreed to go ahead with legislation to slap asset freezes and travel bans on human rights violators, a move seen as primarily targeting Russia.“We have agreed...
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