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6 remain missing after Black Sea ship fire

MOSCOW (AP) — Ambulance crews on the Crimean Peninsula have transported a dozen survivors of a ship fire to hospitals while six of their crewmates have remained missing in the Black Sea. At least 14..
Seattle Times - Published

Ecumenical Patriarch recognizes independence of Orthodox Church of Ukraine

Istanbul, Turkey, Jan 7, 2019 / 08:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople on Saturday signed a tomos of autocephaly for the Orthodox Church of Ukraine, formally recognizing..
CNA - Published

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Ukraine's naval HQ in Crimea seized [Video]Ukraine's naval HQ in Crimea seized  02:06

Pro-Russian forces have taken over Ukraine's naval base headquarters in Sevastopol. FT Moscow correspondent Courtney Weaver reports from the southern Crimean city on the significance of the move and..

Financial Times - Published

Ground control to Major Tom: Inside Crimea’s spaceship hotel [Video]Ground control to Major Tom: Inside Crimea’s spaceship hotel  01:33

A new spaceship-themed hotel dubbed 'The Guardian of the Empire' has opened in the Crimean city of Alushta. Visitors are given the chance to experience the intergalactic world, trying out 3D space..

Ruptly TV - Published

Ukraine Terminates Martial Law [Video]Ukraine Terminates Martial Law  00:45

Ukraine declared martial law a month ago after Russia seized three Ukrainian naval vessels and their crews off the coast of the Crimean Peninsula.

Rumble - Published

Bolton: Trump-Putin Meeting Not Happening Anytime Soon [Video]Bolton: Trump-Putin Meeting Not Happening Anytime Soon  01:09

National security adviser John Bolton said the president won't reschedule a meeting with President Putin until a conflict with Ukraine is resolved.

Newsy Studio - Published

Longest trolleybus line in the world [Video]Longest trolleybus line in the world  00:56

The No. 52 trolleybus from Yalta to Simferopol in Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula is reportedly the longest such line in the world.

NYDN tronc - Published

G7 Expresses 'Utmost Concern' Over Russia's Seizure Of Ukraine Vessels & Crews [Video]G7 Expresses 'Utmost Concern' Over Russia's Seizure Of Ukraine Vessels & Crews  00:31

According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, foreign ministers from a Group of Seven leading industrialized nations expressed their 'utmost concern' regarding Russia's seizures of three Ukrainian naval..

Wochit News - Published

Ukraine Bans Russian Men From Entering the Country [Video]Ukraine Bans Russian Men From Entering the Country  00:39

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced the decision on Twitter Friday.

Newsy Studio - Published

President Trump Scraps Talks With Putin Over Ukraine [Video]President Trump Scraps Talks With Putin Over Ukraine  00:50

Trump said in a tweet the decision was made based on the fact that Russia hadn't yet returned the Ukrainian ships or crew members.

Newsy Studio - Published

President Trump May Scrap Talks With Putin Over Ukraine [Video]President Trump May Scrap Talks With Putin Over Ukraine  00:51

In an interview with The Washington Post, Trump said he was waiting for a full briefing on Russia-Ukraine situation from his national security team.

Newsy Studio - Published

Crimean judge orders two month detention for Ukranian sailors [Video]Crimean judge orders two month detention for Ukranian sailors  00:53

A Crimean judge in Simferopol ordered equal pre-trial detentions of one month and 28 days for twelve of the 24 Ukrainian sailors captured by Russia. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Rumble - Published

Ukraine's martial law provokes Russian threats [Video]Ukraine's martial law provokes Russian threats  02:08

The Kremlin said on Tuesday (November 27) that the introduction of martial law in Ukraine following Russia's seizure of three vessels in the Kerch Strait could create tension in Ukraine's..

Reuters Studio - Published

Ukraine Imposes Martial Law After Russia Seizes Naval Ships [Video]Ukraine Imposes Martial Law After Russia Seizes Naval Ships  02:11

The confrontation started when two Ukrainian gunboats and a tugboat tried passing through the Kerch Strait to the Sea of Azov.

Newsy Studio - Published

Protestors hurl flares, set tires on fire outside Russia embassy in Kiev [Video]Protestors hurl flares, set tires on fire outside Russia embassy in Kiev  02:02

Anti-Russian protesters gathered at the Russian embassy in Kiev on Monday, November 26 after the two countries’ vessels faced off near the Crimean peninsula. In the video, protesters can be seen..

Newsflare - Published

Russia Seizes 3 Ukrainian Naval Vessels as Tensions Escalate [Video]Russia Seizes 3 Ukrainian Naval Vessels as Tensions Escalate  02:01

The confrontation reportedly began when two Ukrainian gunboats and a tugboat tried passing through the Kerch Strait to the Sea of Azov.

Newsy Studio - Published

Russia Captures Ukrainian Ships [Video]Russia Captures Ukrainian Ships  00:42

Reuters reports Russia resisted international calls on Monday to release three Ukrainian naval ships that its border patrols had fired on and seized near Crimea at the weekend, triggering the most..

Wochit News - Published

Russia Seizes Three Ukraine Naval Ships [Video]Russia Seizes Three Ukraine Naval Ships  00:23

Russia has fired on and seized three Ukraine naval ships off the Crimean Peninsula in an escalation of tensions between the two countries.

IBTimes - Published

Anti-Russian Protesters Light Flares, Torch Car in Kiev [Video]Anti-Russian Protesters Light Flares, Torch Car in Kiev  01:18

Anti-Russian protesters lit flares and tried to set tires alight outside the Russian Federation embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, on November 25, following a clash between Russian and Ukrainian naval vessels..

Rumble - Published

Russia Blocks Kerch Strait, Scrambles Aircraft Against Ukraine Navy Ships [Video]Russia Blocks Kerch Strait, Scrambles Aircraft Against Ukraine Navy Ships  01:46

A Russian tanker ship parked beneath the new Crimean Bridge on Sunday, November 25, blocking the Kerch Strait passage between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov, after Russia said three Ukrainian navy..

Rumble - Published

 

Ukraine foreign minister demands sailors’ release by Russia

MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine’s foreign minister on Thursday reiterated his country’s call for the release and safe return of 24 Ukrainian sailors captured by Russian military forces in the Black Sea...
Seattle Times - Published

Putin says he won’t take Ukrainian leader’s calls

MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin has acknowledged that he is not taking calls from the Ukrainian leader. The long-simmering conflict between Russia and Ukraine burst into open on Nov...
Seattle Times - Published

Anatomy of a Russian Media Escalation

anatomy of a russian media escalation
The latest escalation in the Sea of Azov provides a case study of how Russia’s vast state propaganda apparatus is employed to muddy the waters and curb Western attempts to halt Russian aggression...
Polygraph.info - Published

Captured Ukrainian naval commanders transferred to Moscow

MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian government-appointed ombudswoman says the three commanders of the Ukrainian vessels captured near the Russia-annexed Crimean Peninsula last weekend are being transferred to..
Seattle Times - Published

Russia to deploy more anti-aircraft missiles in Crimea

MOSCOW (AP) — A military official says Russia will boost the defense of the occupied Crimean peninsula with more anti-aircraft missiles. The Interfax news agency on Wednesday quoted Col. Vadim..
Seattle Times - Published

AP Explains: Russia's conflict with Ukraine

Russian border guards opened fire on three Ukrainian vessels in the Kerch Strait near the Russia-occupied Crimean peninsula, raising the prospect of a full-scale military confrontation between the two..
FOXNews.com - Published

Russia fires on Ukrainian vessels in Black Sea; 2 wounded

Russia's coast guard opened fire on and seized three of Ukraine's vessels Sunday, wounding two crew members, after a tense standoff in the Black Sea near the Crimean Peninsula, the Ukrainian navy said.
Denver Post - Published Also reported by •FOXNews.com

Russia and West clash over Nov. 11 elections in east Ukraine

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Russia has clashed with European nations and the United States over the legality of Nov. 11 elections being held in two Moscow-backed separatist areas of eastern Ukraine. Russia..
Seattle Times - Published

EU award for Ukraine’s Sentsov recognises plight

Demands for Vladimir Putin to release Crimean film-maker imprisoned in Russia
FT.com - Published

Crimean city turns to mourning 20 victims of school attack

While Crimean authorities searched for clues that might help explain why a teenager gunned down 20 people at his vocational...
Deseret News - Published

Manhunt in Crimea for possible accomplice in school attack

MOSCOW — Authorities on the Crimean Peninsula were searching for a possible accomplice of the student who carried out a shooting and bomb attack on a vocational school, killing 20 people and wounding..
FOXNews.com - Published

Crimean leader says authorities are searching for possible accomplice in school attack, Russian news reports say

MOSCOW (AP) — Crimean leader says authorities are searching for possible accomplice in school attack, Russian news reports say.
Seattle Times - Published

10 of the wounded in Crimea shooting to be flown to Russia

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s health minister says at least 10 of the wounded in a shooting by a student at a vocational school in Crimea will be airlifted to hospitals in Russia. An 18-year-old student..
Seattle Times - Published

Explosion kills 18 at Crimean school

Russian authorities says blast in region annexed by Russia is being treated as terrorism
FT.com - Published

Top Russian official in Crimea says the attacker at a Crimean college was a student who has killed himself

MOSCOW (AP) — Top Russian official in Crimea says the attacker at a Crimean college was a student who has killed himself.
Seattle Times - Published

Crimean college blast reported to have killed at least 10, injured 50: WSJ


MarketWatch - Published

Russian anti-terrorist agency says blast that killed 10 people at Crimean college was triggered by explosive device

MOSCOW (AP) — Russian anti-terrorist agency says blast that killed 10 people at Crimean college was triggered by explosive device.
Seattle Times - Published

Reports: 10 feared dead in gas explosion at Crimean college

MOSCOW (AP) — Russian news agencies say that up to 10 people may have been killed and at least 40 others wounded by a natural gas explosion at a college in Crimea. The gas canister explosion is said..
Seattle Times - Published

In major break over Ukraine, Russian Orthodox Church splits from Constantinople

Kyiv, Ukraine, Oct 15, 2018 / 05:31 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Russian Orthodox Patriarchate of Moscow has cut ties with the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, claiming his..
CNA - Published

Russian Occupation of Crimea is a ‘Land Grab’

russian occupation of crimea is a ‘land grab’
The Kremlin’s annexation of Crimea violated post-Soviet agreements Russia signed establishing the sovereignty and borders of Ukraine. The international community recognized the annexation of Crimea..
Polygraph.info - Published

Russian sanctions: Which companies are feeling the pinch?

On Wednesday, August 8, the United States announced that it would be imposing fresh sanctions on Russia as a response to its use of the novichok nerve agent in the attempted murder of former Russian..
Proactive Investors - Published

Archbishop: do not forget bloodshed in Ukraine (CNA)

Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk of Kiev, the leader of the Ukrainian Catholic Church, urged Catholics in the West not to ignore the continuing bloodshed in eastern Ukraine, where more than 10,000..
Catholic Culture - Published

Slovak president: Russian Night Wolves club a security risk

BRATISLAVA, Slovakia (AP) — The Slovak president says a recently established base in Slovakia for a Russian motorcycle club known for its allegiance to President Vladimir Putin poses a security risk...
Seattle Times - Published

NATO allies defend military spending amid Trump criticism

BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO’s European allies are pushing back against U.S. criticism that they are not spending enough on defense, as President Donald Trump ratchets up pressure ahead of a summit next..
Seattle Times - Published

Stuck in Soccer Limbo, in the Shadow of the World Cup

The Crimean soccer league is neither Russian nor Ukrainian, leaving its teams and its players marooned in sporting purgatory since Russia annexed the peninsula in 2014.
NYTimes.com - Published

EU extends sanctions against Russia for a year over Crimea

The European Union has extended sanctions against Russia for a year over its annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula in 2014.
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Crimean parish, confiscated in 1936, given back to Church (Parlons d'orthodoxie)

The governor of Crimea, annexed by Russia in 2014, has returned a Roman Catholic parish in Sevastopol (Crimea’s largest city) to the Diocese of Odessa-Simferopol. The parish was closed in 1936 under..
Catholic Culture - Published

Putin Says Russia Has Not Left the G-7 – Not True

putin says russia has not left the g-7 – not true
As Putin said, the G-7 members did refuse to come to Russia in 2014 due to Moscow’s annexation of the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine; however, Putin’s claim that Russia has not left G-7 is not true..
Polygraph.info - Published

Trump calls for Russia to be reinstated to G-7, threatens allies on trade

Other world leaders have insisted Moscow remain ostracized following its involvement in the 2014 Crimean crisis.
nola.com - Published

UN expected to adopt statement encouraging peace in Ukraine

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.N. Security Council is expected to adopt a statement Wednesday encouraging all parties in Ukraine to “recommit” to a 2015 peace agreement. Russia, which has veto power..
Seattle Times - Published

'I Didn't Go to Buy Bread. I Went to Buy Water.': What a Journalist's Fake Murder Can Teach Us About Disinformation

'i didn't go to buy bread. i went to buy water.': what a journalist's fake murder can teach us about disinformation
The faked murder of a Russian in journalist in Ukraine has set off soul searching among journalists and a debate in civil society over the propriety of the caper in an era of propaganda and “fake..
Polygraph.info - Published

Poland seeks permanent US troop presence, offers financing

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poland’s defense minister says he has held talks with U.S. officials about having thousands of American troops permanently stationed as a deterrent in Poland. Poland is..
Seattle Times - Published

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