Moscow Will Oust Lukashenka If He Crosses Russia’s ‘Red Line’ But Probably By Non-Military Means, Minsk Expert Says

Moscow isn’t happy with Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s acts of independence, but as long as he does not cross its “red line” by breaking with the union state and other Russian-dominated institutions, it will not seek to oust him

2 Ukrainian Soldiers Wounded in Battle; 4 Civilians, Including 3 Teenagers Injured in Shelling of Homes in 48 Hours

February 18, 2017

Two Ukrainian soldiers were wounded and 4 civilians, including 3 teenagers as heavy fighting continues in eastern Ukraine. The ‘Normandy Quartet’ announced yet another ceasefire to go into effect Monday, February 20.

Leaders of Ingushetia and Chechnya Provide Details on Police Battalions From Their Republics Sent to Syria

February 15, 2017

Both the leaders of Ingushetia and Chechnya have provided details on the military police battalions that have been sent from their republics to serve in Syria.