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Gayane Chichakyan

Obama says 'bigger nations cannot simply bully smaller ones'. Wait... what?
President Obama's key speech in Brussels on Ukraine and attempts to isolate Russia appears to be an exercise of omission, mutually-exclusive statements and unveiled double standards.

27.03.2014 06:18

Russia vetoes US-sponsored UN resolution declaring Crimea vote invalid
Russia has vetoed a UN Security Council’s resolution declaring the upcoming referendum on the future status of autonomous republic of Crimea invalid and urging all states not to recognize its results.

15.03.2014 14:57

Russia’s UN envoy: Radical forces destabilising Ukraine must be stopped
The efforts of radical forces and the self-imposed government in Kiev to forcefully overthrow local authorities in the East are unacceptable and endanger the lives of Ukrainians and Russians, Russia’s UN envoy Vitaly Churkin told the Security Council.

01.03.2014 21:48

Senators suggest recalling Russia’s ambassador from US over Obama speech
Russian senators are going to ask President Vladimir Putin to consider recalling Moscow’s Ambassador to the US following President Barack Obama’s “aggressive” comments on the situation in Ukraine, the speaker of the chamber said.

01.03.2014 15:51

Russia interested in Ukraine stability, acts within existing agreements – UN envoy
Russia is interested in the stability and prosperity of Ukraine more than anyone and is acting within existing agreements, Russia’s UN ambassador Vitaly Churkin said after a private meeting of the UN Security Council on the situation in the country.

28.02.2014 22:41

How Jimmy Kimmel pranked US media with '#SochiFail: Wolf in my hall' video
A video of a wolf wandering through a hallway of a Sochi Olympic dorm posted by American luger, Kate Hansen, caused media frenzy in the US. Little did they know that the clip was filmed and placed on Hansen’s page by a US comedy talk show.

21.02.2014 14:23

Obama threatens ‘consequences’ if Ukraine clashes escalate, visa bans imposed on officials
President Barack Obama said the US “condemns in the strongest terms the violence” in Ukraine, adding that the Ukrainian government must uphold the rights of peaceful protesters. Obama said there would be consequences should “people step over the line.”

19.02.2014 20:48

Talks between Ukrainian govt, opposition fail as Kiev gripped by unrest
At least 25 people have been killed in Kiev as the Ukrainian capital plunges back into chaos. Rioters have attacked police, seized buildings, torched vehicles, and burned tires. Nine policemen are among the dead, all of whom died from gunshot wounds.

18.02.2014 20:46

​Furor over Kansas bill allowing denial of essential services to same-sex couples
A bill legalizing discrimination of gay couples being considered by the Kansas House of Representatives has triggered a wave of outrage across the US by gay rights supporters.

18.02.2014 05:51

Moscow issues demarche to US over jailed Russian pilot’s critical health
Russia has issued a demarche to the US over the critical health condition of jailed Russian pilot Konstantin Yaroshenko, who was found guilty of drug trafficking. His lawyer says his client has symptoms of a heart attack, but is not getting help.

14.02.2014 19:53

In US, headlines write themselves: Cold War imagery resurrected in Sochi bashing
The campaign to boycott the Sochi Olympic Games in the Western media appears to be thriving on almost the same imagery that was used three decades ago, at the peak of the Cold War, to project fear of the USSR ahead of the 1980 Moscow Olympics.

12.02.2014 22:03

‘The day we fight back’: 6,000 websites protest surveillance, honor Aaron Swartz
More than 6,000 websites, including Reddit, Tumblr, Mozilla, are taking part in an online protest against government surveillance. The action marks two years since website blackouts against SOPA and PIPA and commemorates Aaron Swartz’s death.

10.02.2014 19:08