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Wall Street Journal
Hot Spot Gets Cold Shoulder
In the early 1990s, when the German spa town of Baden-Baden was aging and fading, an inflow of Russian money that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union boosted tourism and drove up real-estate prices.
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Germanya s Merkel calls Putin to discuss UkraineRussian President...
Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting of a board of trustees of the Russian Geographical Society in a library of Moscow State University in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
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U.S. Premiere of Eugene Onegin Set for Ny City Center, 5/29-6/1
Beginning in May, The Cherry Orchard Festival Foundation will hold its 2nd annual International Arts Festival in New York City.
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Lincoln Daily News
Ukraine Crackdown On Pro-Moscow Separatists Gets Off To Slow Start
Russia declared Ukraine on the brink of civil war on Tuesday as Kiev said an "anti-terrorist operation" against pro-Moscow separatists was underway, though the crackdown got off to a slow start, if at all.
Harper calls Russia's Ukraine moves 'significant threat' to world peace
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says the events that unfolded over the weekend in Ukraine are the work of "Russian provocateurs" orchestrated by the regime of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
EU moves to sanction more Russians over Ukraine
Sweden's Foregn Minister Carl Bildt, left, talks with Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague, center, and Denmark's Foreign Minister Martin Lidegaard at the start of an EU foreign ministers meeting at the EU Council building in Luxembourg, Monday, April 14, 2014.
Ukraine struggles as east slips out of its control
A pro-Russian man places a Russian flag over a police station during its mass storming in the eastern Ukrainian town of Horlivka on Monday, April 14, 2014.
West eyes more Russia sanctions
The BBC's Olga Ishvina reports from inside the police department in Gorlovka, near Donetsk, where police and pro-Russian activists are 'cohabiting' The EU and the US say they will impose "further costs" on Russia over its actions in Ukraine, as unrest continues in the east of the country.
Kremlin: Putin Watching Eastern Ukraine With 'Great Anxiety'
Russian President Vladimir Putin meets with Crimean leader Sergei Aksyonov at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow on April 14, where he named him acting governor.
Mykola Tomenko: Yanukovych wants post of Malorossia's representative in Russian Federation
Yanukovych, Pshonka and Zakharchenko looked like clowns, but we cannot say the same about their arguments in favour of Russia's military action against Ukraine.
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Decorating small apartments is no easy feat; decorating 45 square meter apartments is even harder , but as you can see, the compact interior proved to be an invisible barrier for this gorgeous pastel haven.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Ukraine issues ultimatum to militants
CHRIS ULHMANN: Ukraine's acting president has issued an ultimatum to pro-Russian militants occupying buildings in the country's east.
Kiev bows to Moscow, devolves near-autonomous powers on restive pro-Russian regions
The Ukrainian government has offered sweeping autonomous powers to restive, pro-Moscow regions of the country, in an attempt to hold its head above water against Moscow, without a source of revenue or a viable army.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Few in Ukraine – Including in the East — Support...
Paul Goble April 12, 2014 Print Friendly Staunton, April 12 - Vladimir Putin insists that his moves in Ukraine are motivated by a desire to protect ethnic Russians, Russian speakers and, Moscow's latest category, 'pro-Russian people' who do not want to live under Kyiv, a view that has been uncritically accepted by large numbers of Russians in the ... (more)
Russia sets 4 conditions in return for aid to Ukraine
Activists and communal workers dismantle the barricade set on Maidan square during the mass protests of pro-EU opposition against President Viktor Yanukovych regime in Kiev on April 10, 2014.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Russian Troops, Tanks Massed on Ukraine Border
NATO satellite photos show over 40,000 Russian troops, and military equipment including tanks and aircraft, massed along the Russian border with Ukraine, NATO said.
Kim Il Sung Praised by Foreign Personages
Lectures and round-table talks took place in Russia, South Africa and Ethiopia between March 26 and April 2 on the occasion of the birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung.