Russian Court To Consider Prolonging Pretrial Detention Of Ukrainian Sailors
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Russian Court To Consider Prolonging Pretrial Detention Of Ukrainian Sailors

A court in Moscow says it will consider a request by the Russian Investigative Committee…

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Ukraine’s Central Bank: No plans to allow use of dollars, euros in domestic settlements
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Ukraine’s Central Bank: No plans to allow use of dollars, euros in domestic settlements

“Settlements in Ukrainian territory should be handled in the national currency only, so we see…

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Reuters: Oil down but set for weekly gain amid caution over global economy
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Ukraine’s Central Bank doesn’t rule out liberalization of monetary policy
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RFE/RL: Macedonian Parliament votes to change country’s name
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One Ukrainian soldier wounded in Donbas war on Friday
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In Greece, Merkel embraces former Eurosceptics
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In Greece, Merkel embraces former Eurosceptics

German Chancellor Angela Merkel left Greece on Friday after an unusual show of support for…

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Israeli forces kill Palestinian woman during Gaza protests
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Israeli forces kill Palestinian woman during Gaza protests

Israeli forces have shot and killed a Palestinian woman as thousands demonstrated along the Gaza…

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Mexico death toll in two days of ‘gang violence’ reaches 29
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Mexico death toll in two days of ‘gang violence’ reaches 29

Mexican authorities said on Friday that five attackers have died in a clash with soldiers…

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Will there be justice for Jamal Khashoggi?
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Will there be justice for Jamal Khashoggi?

On Thursday, friends, politicians and human-rights activists gathered to remember Jamal Khashoggi, 100 days after the…

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