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  • 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...
  • Investment banks prepare for tough winter in Russia

    MOSCOW/LONDON (Reuters) - The annual "Russia Calling" investment conference kicks off this week in Moscow with investment bankers in no mood to talk. Western sanctions have killed off any hope of a revival in takeovers, stock market debuts and...
  • EU keeps Russia sanctions in place, sees 'encouraging' signs

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union decided on Tuesday to keep in place a package of economic sanctions against Russia over its support for separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine despite what it called "encouraging developments" on the ground after a...
  • 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...
  • Robben unimpressed by Moscow's silent night

    MOSCOW Russia (Reuters) - Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben was unimpressed by a strange new experience in his career as his side overcame CSKA Moscow in the Champions League in an eerily empty Khimki Arena. While Bayern's Dutch luminary sounded as if he...
  • Mueller’s penalty brings Bayern victory in Moscow

    MOSCOW Russia (Reuters) - Bayern Munich carved out a 1-0 win at CSKA Moscow on Tuesday thanks to Thomas Mueller's first-half penalty in the strangely muted atmosphere of a cold, damp and deserted Khimki Arena. The Group E match was played in front of...
  • Russia opens criminal case on Kiev for 'genocide' in east

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia opened a criminal case on Monday into what it called Kiev's genocide of Russian-speaking residents in eastern Ukraine in a move that could increase tensions during a strained ceasefire in the region. An official statement said...
  • U.S. misjudged rise of Islamic State militants, Obama acknowledges

    U.S. misjudged rise of Islamic State militants, Obama acknowledges
    President Obama conceded in an interview that the United States underestimated Islamic State militants who have taken over swaths of Syria and Iraq, calling the fight against violent extremism in the Middle East “a generational challenge” that...
  • American becomes a rebel with a cause in east Ukraine

    YASYNUVATA Ukraine (Reuters) - With his face hidden behind a camouflage balaclava and an assault rifle slung over his shoulder, "Hunter" looks like other separatist fighters in eastern Ukraine. What distinguishes him from his brothers in arms in the...
  • Young EU farmers struggle as Russian sanctions bite

    CAMPOSANTO Italy (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The neat rows of manicured trees seem a world away from the barricades of eastern Ukraine, but political tensions between the European Union and Russia are reverberating in Fabio Lambertini's pear farm in...
  • Ukrainians say Russian troops captured them in east Ukraine

    DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) - Two Ukrainian soldiers have offered new evidence of direct Russian military involvement in eastern Ukraine, saying they were captured by Russian troops in a battle that became a turning point in the conflict. Their testimony,...