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What if Yulia Tymoshenko is right? Does Putin intend to exterminate Ukraine?

es. Vienna, May 20, 2021 Interview with the Wiener Zeitung, Vienna, today Yulia Tymoshenko is the icon of Ukraine's Orange Revolution in 2004, when a mass...

Russia learns a hard lesson about the folly of war

Great powers usually come off worse when they invade smaller countries by Gideon Rachman, Chief Foreign Affairs Commentator of the Financial Times Vladimir Putin was not...

Johnson’s Ukraine support hides less glorious UK past

London, May 6, 2022 Britain's stance on Ukraine wins plaudits, but questions remain about the UK’s wider record on Russia and whether its tone will...

Nato latest: Turkey expected to back off from vetoing Finland and Sweden

BERLIN/STOCKHOLM, May 15 (Reuters) - NATO and the United States said on Sunday they were confident Turkey would not hold up membership of Finland...

Turkey to hold urgent talks with Finland and Sweden over Nato membership

REUTERS: Foreign ministers from Finland, Sweden and Turkey will hold clear the air talks in Berlin on Saturday to resolve disagreements over Finnish and...

Russia’s War against Ukraine: Day 81

Intense fighting raged in eastern Ukraine’s Donbas region where Russia has been concentrating its forces without making significant progress, while “very difficult negotiations” were...

Channel 4 head Alex Mahon: ‘It’s not for me to oppose privatisation’

Chief executive says she will remain ‘independent’ during expected legislative battle over state-owned UK broadcaster Alex Barker in London for the Financial Times. MAY 11 2022 The...

‘I almost got hit’: the Ukrainian journalists turned war correspondents overnight

Initially writing stories and making television reports was secondary for the journalists as many focused on survival by Isobel Koshiw of The Guardian, Tue 10...

Russian soldiers to face avalanche of war crimes trials. What next?

Vienna, May 14, 2020 by Edward Steen, AEJ Secretary-General The personal tragedies inflicted on Ukrainian families are often unbearable for reporters to witness or hear about....

Turkey’s president objects to Finland and Sweden’s Nato applications

Erdoğan accuses both countries of harbouring Kurdish "terrorists" Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is threatening to bounce Finnish and Swedish membership of Nato, on the...

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