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UKIP leader Nigel Farage turning down running in the Newark by-election, Prince Harry splitting up with Cressida Bonas, George Clooney’s engagement and Jeremy Paxman quitting Newsnight are among the the topics discussed over on The Voice of Russia. Telling It Like It Is a radio show for people interested in the British and global news.
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UKIP leader Nigel Farage turning down running in the Newark by-election, Prince Harry splitting up with Cressida Bonas, George Clooney’s engagement and Jeremy Paxman quitting Newsnight are among the topics for this week’s Telling it Like It Is.
No one in the corridors of power in Moscow was anticipating that events in Kiev would take such a dramatic twist.
Jm Bob‘s insight:
The talks in Geneva between Russia, Ukraine, the EU and the US on finding a solution to the crisis might as well have not taken place at all, considering that there was no one there representing the east of the country. Vladimir Putin and the US, Moscow, Kiev, Geneva, Washington, European Union, Freedom Party, North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the Constitutional Court. Find out more about the European parliament, US embassy, Russian intelligence, a Supreme Court, the Ukrainian parliament to determine which is the right sector to focus on this Tuesday.
In any revolution, when Plan A fails, there’s usually no Plan B.
We can safely presume that there was never a Plan B in existence when the opposition seized power. Vladimir Putin, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Alexander Turchinov, Viktor Yanukovich, Alexander Nekrassov, Ukraine, Russia, Yugoslavia, Soviet Union, Kiev and Odessa.
R.F.Wilson is in London talking a look at pressing news from around the world. First Mr Wilson takes a look at the crisis in Ukraine, then he reviews a day broadcast recently of Oscar Pistorius in a South African courtroom. The case is about Blade Runner scene that happened on Valentine’s Day where a female partner was shot at home in Pretoria, last year. Oscar’s story is getting a lot of people talking about the news, but is it enough to stop people talking about the Ukraine crisis recent turn of events. John Kerry was on the scene yesterday and Angela Merkel today has offered a new financial package in return for other countries to do the same thing. Russia has also offered financial aid. It will be interesting to see which story lasts the longest, find out why over on Stirring Trouble Internationally a satirical news website bringing you the news in a comprehensive and humorous original way. Today’s post includes legal dramas that comply with new neo-Nazis laws being introduced by the European Union approved advertising agencies. My hope is that whoever gets the aid they need that it happens soon if this what they say they need. The open forum will start soon. Please leave some thoughts over on the main website.