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112.ua: Russia held testing of 'Bal' missile compel in annexed Crimea - Kyiv Post

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January 07, 2019
112.ua: Russia held testing of 'Bal' missile compel in annexed Crimea - Kyiv Post
Kerch Strait crisis exposes fragility of improvement in Russia-EU ties - Global Times
Orthodox Christians Celebrate Christmas Amid Internal Divisions - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
From Russia, Without Love: Ukrainian Orthodox Mark Christm...... | News & Reporting - ChristianityToday.com
Ukrainian church gains independence from Russia - Yahoo News

112.ua: Russia held testing of 'Bal' missile compel in annexed Crimea - Kyiv Post

Kyiv Post
112.ua: Russia held testing of ‘Bal’ missile compel in annexed Crimea Published Jan.
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Kerch Strait crisis exposes fragility of improvement in Russia-EU ties - Global Times

Global Times
Russian President Vladimir Putin opened the Kerch Strait Bridge connecting Russia and the Crimean Peninsula on May 15, 2018. The fact that Putin was there was a reminder of the bridge's strategic value to Russia.
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Orthodox Christians Celebrate Christmas Amid Internal Divisions - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Orthodox Christians celebrated Christmas on January 7 as adherents gathered in Moscow, Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Cairo, and cities throughout the world to usher in the holy day. Orthodox churches, including those in Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Serbia, and Jerusalem are among Orthodox and Eastern Rite churches that celebrate Christmas on January 7, using the Julian calendar.
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From Russia, Without Love: Ukrainian Orthodox Mark Christm...... | News & Reporting - ChristianityToday.com

ChristianityToday.com
The Orthodox Church of Ukraine has been born again. On January 6, it received the tomos of autocephaly—the documentation of its independence among Eastern church bodies—from one Orthodox heavyweight, the Patriarch of Constantinople, despite the vociferous opposition of another heavyweight, the Patriarch of Moscow.
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Ukrainian church gains independence from Russia - Yahoo News

Yahoo News
The spiritual head of Orthodox Christians worldwide formally granted independence to the Ukrainian church on Saturday, marking an historic split from Russia which Ukrainian leaders see as vital to the country's security.
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