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Ongoing tension between Turkey and Russia will soon be reflected in the sphere of journalism, as Ankara will begin imposing visas for Russian journalists starting from Feb. 15
Turkey’s ex-Permanent Representative to the UN, Ertuğrul Apakan, has been appointed as the head of the OSCE's monitoring mission to Ukraine
SIMFEROPOL - Agence France-Presse
On a surprise visit Monday to Crimea, Russia's prime minister promised to quickly pour funds into the newly annexed peninsula so residents see positive changes after the Russian takeover.
KIEV - Reuters
Twelve members of Ukraine's disbanded 'Berkut' riot police have been detained on suspicion of shooting peaceful participants in Kiev's months-long anti-government protests
The number of Russian troops deployed on the border with Ukraine is decreasing, a Ukrainian Defence Ministry official said on Monday
Crimea's Tatars are considering the possibility of a vote on increased autonomy, a local leader has said
MOSCOW - Agence France-Presse
Deposed Ukraine president Viktor Yanukovych called for referendums to be held across the country to determine the future status of every Ukrainian region.
KIEV - Agence France-Presse
Ukraine's parliament approved a series of joint military exercises with NATO countries that would put US troops in direct proximity to Crimea
President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said Russia should create its own national payment settlement system, in a bid to reduce economic dependence on the West
BRUSSELS - Agence France-Presse
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen on Tuesday said he could not confirm whether Russian troops had withdrawn from the Ukrainian border as announced by the Kremlin.
Ukrainian former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko announced she would run again for president in an election on May 25
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