Allegations seen as latest attempt to discredit hedge fund manager who has led global campaign for justice in the death of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky

Bill Browder: ‘Putin is so rattled by the Magnitsky sanctions that he has completely lost touch with reality.’ Photograph: Richard Saker for the Observer

 

Recent remarks by Ukraine's Ambassador to Serbia Oleksandr Aleksandrovych (pictured) have irked many in Belgrade. (file photo)

Ukraine sees great potential in its renewable energy cooperation with China.

 

Ultimately, the greatest successes are because of the strength of the people of Ukraine, both in Ukraine and in the diaspora. Ukraine’s strength is the greatest demonstration to Russia that their threats and actions are unwarranted. Canada will continue to stand by Ukraine, today, tomorrow and long into the future. 

“The European Union continues to fully support Ukraine's independence, territorial integrity and sovereignty. We condemn and do not recognise the illegal annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol by the Russian Federation.”

 

EU lawmakers have said that they were in favor of "clear benchmarks for future cooperation" with Eastern European partners. (file photo)

 

The US dollar may be increasing in value; however, US wheat exports are falling.

According to a new report by Freedom House, in 2017 governments in a total of 30 countries deployed some form of manipulation to distort online information. For example, Ukrainian authorities, the report said, blocked Russia-based services, including the country's most widely used social network and search engine, after Russian agents flooded social media with fabricated stories advancing the Kremlin's narrative. 

 

New York Army National Guard Soldiers from 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (IBCT) undergo combat life saver training in preparation for the Joint Multinational Training Group-Ukraine mission, Oct. 21. 2017. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Alexander Rector, 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team)

 

Lacking a clear strategy for their involvement in the Middle East, Washington is forced to play second fiddle to its “allies”. Trump’s administration’s bold claims against the 2015 Iran nuclear accords and Iran in general only stir up the anti-Iranian block in the region. The conflict is developing in its own way, with the conflicting sides immersed so deep that it proves more and more difficult for them to stop even if they wanted to. 

 

 

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