UBO: Some analysts predict Putin countermove could be reflected in a major uptick in violence in eastern Ukraine


Photo: U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley holds photos of victims of the Syrian gas attack as she speaks as the UN Security Council meets in an emergency session in New York after earlier alleged attack.


European countries are deploying a variety of bold tactics and tools to expose Russian attempts to sway voters and weaken European unity. 


B Adhiban registered the only win of the day to take the men’s side to fourth spot in overall standings.

The world – particularly the United States – is learning just how dangerous Russia’s attacks on Ukraine really are. Also, it is becoming more apparent every day that sooner or later the negative attitudes and actions of the Russian elite will have to be stopped – and the sooner that happens, the better off the world will be.


Photo: Monument of Soviet troops at the Soviet Military Cemetery in Warsaw


Europe's human rights court ruled that Russian restrictions on homosexuality violate rights to freedom of expression. Russia says it plans to appeal.

Analyst: “Now it’s apparent that the Croatian approach is not feasible, as the Ukrainian side is just as exhausted after three years of fighting, if not more so.”


Germany and Austria have criticized a US Senate Russia sanctions bill that could open EU firms up to fines for participation in a new gas pipeline. While the bill has a flaw, it isn't protectionist, says US expert Jeffrey Rathke


Photo: Jeffrey Rathke, Senior Fellow at CSIS

Ahead of the vote on June 14, U.S. Senator John McCain criticized the Kremlin for what he called a brazen attack on our democracy


Though the latest sanctions aren’t related to Ukraine, the bill under consideration would codify existing Ukraine-related sanctions based on Russian aggression against Ukraine into law.

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