Map. History of Europe conflict

16 December 2017
Teargas was shot during RT's live broadcast from the scene in Paris’ 19th district
US senate approves Montenegro joining NATO
Russia signs bilateral agreements with Iran as Putin hosts Rouhani for first official visit to Moscow
Tillerson to press NATO on defense spending: official
Heavy artillery is working north to Debal'tseve
Russian man pleads guilty to installing malware on tens of thousands of computers servers to net millions in revenue, per @TheJusticeDept
Weapons and ammunition found in mosque at Xanthi, in far northeastern Greece near Turkey: reports
[email protected]: Sally Yates was not blocked from testifying to Congress about Russia
Balakliya today
Tusk calls to PM @theresa_may ahead of tomorrow's Brexit letter
[email protected] First equipment from USA-led eFP battlegroup arrived already by train at Orzysz
Serbia's papers went big on Vucic's visit to Russia. Putin wished him success in Sunday's presidential election.
Ukrainian border guards found a little lion, which being attempt to smuggle abroad
Scottish parliament votes on a 2nd referendum on leaving the UK
MSPs have backed Nicola Sturgeon's call for a second referendum on Scottish independence by 69 votes to 59.
Poland to withdraw from Eurocorps force: official
"Nuclear weapons ban is just not realistic" adds @US_EUCOM's Gen Scaparrotti, points to DPRK violations, Russia "aggressively" modernizing
30 attacks on Ukrainian positions today, 2 Ukrainian soldiers were wounded
Despite concerns, Germany approves sale of nuclear fuel elements to reactors in Belgium
PM May to fire the starting gun on Brexit
Qatar sees Brexit as chance to supply UK more gas - minister
[email protected] says House Intelligence Chairman Nunes should not recuse himself from Russia investigation
Syrian Kurds protesting in Berlin against the PYD, calling European politicians to classify it as a terror organization.
Nagorno Karabakh: Artak Rafaelyan (born in 1997) was killed at a military outpost located in eastern direction of the line of contact.
The court ordered the Sochi rabbi to leave Russia
"Russia will continue to press against the int'l norms," warns @US_EUCOM's Gen. Scaparrotti "We need to demonstrate strength"
Alexander Lukashenko called Putin "brother"
German prosecutors launch probe into Turkey spy claims
France's Macron confident of winning parliamentary majority
Russia "see a use for nuclear tactical capabilities with in what we would consider a conventional conflict. very alarming" - Gen Scaparrotti
Putin and Rouhani press-conference in Moscow, Zarif and Lavrov sit in first row and shaking hands
Russia modernizing their forces across all categories-both hybrid/cyber and conventional, per @US_EUCOM's Gen Scaparrotti
Trump administration sought to block Sally Yates from testifying to Congress on Russia
"He's trying to have influence on the cheap"-HASC ranking member Rep. Adam Smith on Russia President Putin
In Volgodonsk, a strong wind dumped a 25-meter monument
Russian President Putin, Iranian President Rouhani to hold presser
Dmitry Medvedev has met with Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Abdulla Aripov
In Yekaterinburg, Russia, public transport workers joined a protest demanding higher wager
Near Makhachkala, Dagestan, 300 long-haul truck drivers protest against road toll charge
Two protesting truck drivers were detained in Tula
Poland-Ukraine-Lithuania interparliament assembly with @prezydentpl
Protesters singing- There are thousands in the streets of Cayenne
Russian President Putin welcomes his Iranian counterpart Rouhani in Moscow, discussing trade, economic and investment ties.
Carlos the Jackal gets life sentence for 1974 Paris attack
Civilians returned to Balakliya
Civilians returned to Balakliya
Putin spox Dmitry Peskov on Jared Kushner's meeting with CEO of sanctioned Russian bank: "It was ordinary business."
US Pentagon officials see a resurgent Russian military expanding into Afghanistan and Libya
Klympush-Tsintsadze: NATO is not a panacea, this is the possibility to change the Ukrainian army
RFERL's @SvobodaRadio service journalists attacked in southern Russia
Moscow is looking for the murderer of the chief of the repair and construction department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs
Clashes in Paris over the killing of a Chinese man by police leave 3 officers injured; 35 arrested
Mustaghni says discussions are ongoing on participation of Afghanistan's representative in Moscow meeting
Col. Oleksandr Motuzyanyk: Over the last day of hostilities, two Ukrainian soldiers were KIA, 5 were wounded and injured.
[email protected] announces next meeting of the NATO-Russia Council on 30 March at NATO HQ in Brussels
Police are still guarding the offices of Navalny's Foundation for Fighting Corruption, and computers were taken from there
German official accuses Turkey of 'unacceptable' spying
Report: Russia calls US Black Sea naval patrols potential threat
China summons French diplomat after Chinese person shot dead
London's mayor @SadiqKhan in Brussels: "It's in nobody's interest for London to be punished to leave the EU."
Russia expects Washington, Seoul and Tokyo to include it in talks on North Korea - Kosachev
Death of ShaoyoLiu: Beijing asks Paris to protect its nationals.
A 200-pound gold coin worth more than $1 million was stolen from a museum in Germany
British officials have demanded tech firms give security services greater access to smartphone communications
Trump demands Intel panel probe Clinton Foundation ties to Russian uranium deal
Iran says Russia can use military bases 'on case by case basis'
Levada poll: 67% believes Putin is guilty in corruption in Russia
Israel Air Force is taking part in Iniohos 2017 alongside crews from Greece US, Italy and United Arab Emirates
Paris - clashes happened after police killed Chinese father-of-five.
U.S. Senate Advances Approval of Montenegro's Bid To Join NATO
58 attacks on Ukrainian positions yesterday, 2 soldiers KIA, 5 WIA
Greece: “The Greek armed forces are ready to answer any provocation,” Panos Kammenos, minister of Defense
Paris: Police patrol to evict demonstrators from the area
Paris - Clashes still going on in the streets near the police station of the 19th. Vehicle burned
Paris - Very tense situation between the security forces near the police station and 200 demonstrators. #mortdeLiuShaoyo
2 Ukrainian soldiers were killed, 3 wounded in 22 attacks before 6pm today
Paris - Tensions in front of the 19th police station following the death of a man during a police raid last night. #mortdeLiuShaoyo
Cheney: Russian interference in election could be "an act of war"
Nikolya Lyaskin was arrested for 25 days
Russian PM Medvedev has met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani
Mc Cain: Great to see Vladimir Kara-Murza today - he's a true hero, survivor and patriot who courageously continues to fight for freedom in Russia
As the sun sets, @2dCavalryRegt vehicles heading to Orzysz as part of NATO #eFP pull into Biedrusko for the night
Video: @PressSec reads State Dept statement on arrest of peaceful protesters in Russia.
In Surgut, 25 protesters truckers were detained. Tula - 2, Krasnodar - 4. Novorossiysk 1 for 10 days.
[email protected] today spoke with Germany Channcel Merkel and India’s @narendramodi to congratulate them on election wins.
In his opening statement @PressSec reads out US statement strongly condemning Russia for detaining peaceful protestors.
Ivanka to meet "very soon" with German Chancellor Angela Merkel
Iran's Rouhani seeks deals with new friend Russia
Board session of Russian Defence Ministry was held in Moscow under leadership of Sergei Shoigu
Leonid Volkov gets ten days in jail after hosting broadcast of protests
British police say no evidence that London attacker was radicalised in prison in 2003; not clear why he launched assault
Senior counterterror officer says there is no evidence London attacker was associated with Islamic State or al-Qaida.
House intel chair met with source of Trump monitoring claim on White House grounds before revealing it publicly
Britain extends talks to end Northern Ireland stalemate: minister
Ivanka Trump will travel to Berlin for a women's summit, her first trip abroad representing the Trump administration
Northern Ireland minister says agreement between Northern Irish political parties has not been possible
Deadline for Northern Ireland to form a new government expires; UK to decide whether to call new elections or return to direct British rule
NATO confirms Rex Tillerson meeting Friday: statement
Meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers moved forward to 31 March
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrived in Moscow
Qatar says to invest £5 billion in UK over next 5 years
Senate panel to question Trump son-in-law on Russians: official
Spain has accepted the first legal case against the Syria'n government for accusations of torture and abuse presented in the Caesar photos.
Putin wished Vucic to become president of Serbia
Nikolai Lyaskin: Now they're taking me urgently with sirens to the Tverskoy court
In Krasnodar Krai police detained second organiser of tractor march of Kuban farmers Nikolai Maslov
Some of the people in Moscow facing court cases today
UK to conduct major counter-terrorism exercise in October: PM May
Bank of England to check banks ready for range of Brexit outcomes
Greek union leader: Promises not honored on minimum wage, collective bargaining
3 were detained at pro-Navalny rally near courthouse
Navalny sentenced to 15 days in jail on the second charge - for failing to obey police
Putin met PM of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić in Kremlin
President was reported about the liquidation of consequences of fire at military depots in Balakliia
Volodin: Police in Russia act against violators at rallies more correctly than in the West.
Navalny employees in a cell
Yabloko figure finds way to snub Navalny's Sunday protests, says Medvedev focus was too narrow. Need to call Putin to resign
Emergency ministry working at Balakliya
Emergency ministry working at Balakliya
Putin ally Sergei Markov to BBC World News: Navalny's anti-corruption rallies should have been allowed; it's Russians' right to protest.
UK's May will highlight common Brexit aims on Scotland visit: spokesman
In Russia truck-drivers began nationwide protest against Platon road toll charge: this one near Moscow:
Large military convoy in Kerch
Kremlin says it has no intention to meddle in Serbia electoral processes
[email protected] fined 20,000 rubies for organising unsanctioned rally, now another case will follow. Still faces arrest
Navalny given 20K rubles fine (about 300 USD) in first case. 2nd one to be reviewed
Navalny in court via @arothwp: “If thousands turn out for unsanctioned meetings, that means millions support them”
[email protected] asks a state-owned TV channel why didn't they report yesterday's rallies. " Our job is small," one says.
Non-stop clicking of cameras around Alexei Navalny in court
Navalny in court, verdict to be announced soon
EU clears $130 billion merger of US chemicals giants Dow and DuPont: statement
Organiser of lorry drivers' protest in St. Petersburg detained
Equipment being loaded at RAF Coningsby ahead of an Air Policing mission to Romania
Serbia on EU path seeks to improve ties with Moscow, PM says
Col. Lysenko: Over the previous day of hostilities, three UAF servicemen were KIA, 8 were wounded and injured
Col. Lysenko: Yesterday, at about 11 am Russian proxies opened Grad fire at residential areas of Avdiivka. 18 private houses were damaged
Peskov: The situation in Ukraine has deteriorated and very unstable
ATO spox: Avdiivka remains a hotspot. Fighting continued intermittently for 10+ hours. Militants fire 200+ mortar bombs at our positions
Belgium Mechelen - Railway station evacuated due to suspicious package in the area.
UK manufacturers urge PM May to drop threat of no Brexit deal
Kremlin says children were offered 'financial rewards' to protest
Statements that the protest action in Moscow was authorised are a glaring lie and provocation - Putin's spokesman Peskov.
Everyone who wants to in future can always take part in protests, but in strict accordance with the law, Putin's spokesman Peskov says.
Kremlin says Moscow anti-corruption protest a 'provocation'
Attempts to blockade Donbass in the hope of region's capitulation are unacceptable - Lavrov.
Russia conducted armor and artillery drills on occupied parts of Georgia
Qatar Investment Authority CEO says even after Brexit, still will be investment opportunities in Britain that QIA can hunt for
FM Çavuşoğlu is going to Moscow on March 29 to meet counterpart Lavrov; the next day FM Tillerson arrived in TR.
Russian militants shelled Avdiivka with GRAD - consequences
Interfax: Russia's Foreign Ministry proposes strengthening in international law counter-terrorist restrictions on media.
Infamous terrorist 'Carlos the Jackal' gets life sentence for deadly 1974 Paris drug store bombing
In Nizhny Novgorod the parents of schoolchildren who protested are receiving police cautions
Ukrainian citizen gets sentenced to 15 days in prison for protest in Belarus.
Hundreds of trials of protesters are taking place in Belarus today
France's Le Pen said the EU 'will die' and promised to shield France from globalisation
Summit of GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development: signed an agreement on Free-trade zone
Police still have Navalny's office sealed off.
Pro-EU camp wins in Bulgaria
Le Pen denies financing of National Front from Russia.
Helicopter over Sudak
Following anti-corruption protests, Russian truckers launched nationwide demonstrations. About 10K to take part.
Meanwhile, an unrelated protest of long haul truckers over dramatic road toll increase is happening across Russia
U.N. to host Cyprus leaders April 2, first since talks since breakdown in February
NATO to spend $3.24B on satellite, cyber defenses
Alexei Navalny in Moscow's Tverskoy court
Largest TV station in Macedonia opens the nightly news with an FB post of the fmr PM Gruevski
Truck drivers protest near St.Petersburg
After first denying they knew where he was, Belarus KGB released opp leader Mikolai Statkevich
88 attacks on Ukrainian positions yesterday, 3 soldiers were killed, 8 wounded
US Department of State: U.S. condemns detention of 100s of peaceful protesters in Russia today. Detaining peaceful protesters is an affront to democratic values.