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  • Lewis Hamilton earns pole position for inaugural Russian Grand Prix

    Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton, bidding for his fourth consecutive race victory, will start from pole position at the inaugural Russian Grand Prix. Hamilton earned his seventh pole of the season by beating Mercedes teammate Nico...
  • Finland says Russian navy interfered with Baltic Sea research vessel

    HELSINKI (Reuters) - The Russian navy twice interfered with a Finnish state environmental research vessel in international waters in August and September, the Finnish Environment Institute said on Saturday. The statement comes after Finland accused...
  • Ukraine leader says expects tough talks with Putin next week

    KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Saturday he expected planned talks with Russia's President Vladimir Putin next week in Italy to be difficult but said Moscow had a crucial role to play in bringing peace to his country. Kiev...
  • Ukraine conflict hampers recovery of sick children

    DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) - Maria, a nine-year-old girl suffering from cerebral palsy, was able to stand and walk unsteadily on her own before the outbreak of armed conflict between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine. Now,...
  • In Ukraine, Odessa's bid to stay above fray is showing cracks

     In Ukraine, Odessa's bid to stay above fray is showing cracks
    Ruslan Novikov paused when asked whether he sided with the Ukrainian nationalists or pro-Russia separatists in this co‎untry's fraught debate over national identity. "I'm Odessan," he said finally, without elaborating further. Novikov, who works...
  • Ukraine, Russia central bankers quip, shake hands in Washington

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Female central bankers from Ukraine and its bitter rival Russia took the stage together in Washington on Saturday and described differing fallout from the conflict in eastern Ukraine. Their governments in Kiev and Moscow may be...
  • IMF, World Bank 2014 fall meetings in Washington on Saturday

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The following are highlights from the International Monetary Fund and World Bank meetings on Saturday in Washington. Many of the comments come from texts that were prepared for delivery to the IMF's steering committee, the...
  • Hamilton fastest in final Russian practice

    SOCHI Russia (Reuters) - Formula One leader Lewis Hamilton was fastest in Saturday's final practice for the inaugural Russian Grand Prix as Mercedes continued to dominate a weekend likely to seal the constructors' championship. Hamilton, who has a 10-...
  • Despite Fed, Russia, emerging bond issuance booms

    LONDON (Reuters) - Shrugging off fears over the Fed, Russia and a default in Argentina, emerging market borrowers are on track for record bond issuance volumes this year, and their 2013 level may have already been surpassed. A total of $459 billion was...
  • EU farmers to get more aid to deal with Russian food ban

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission on Tuesday announced a new set of measures, worth up to 165 million euros, to help fruit and vegetable producers hit by a Russian ban on agricultural imports. Last month Moscow imposed a one-year embargo on...
  • Edward Snowden and girlfriend reunited in Moscow, new documentary shows

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor who blew the whistle on the U.S. government's mass surveillance programs, has been reunited in Russia with his long-time girlfriend, according to a new documentary...