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EU mulls tough Russian financial curbs

EU diplomats are considering sweeping sanctions on Russia, including banning all European citizens from buying new debt issued by the country’s banks.

According to a European Commission proposal seen by the Financial Times, Russian banks would also be prevented from using London or other EU stock markets to raise funds.

“[T]he measure would consist in prohibiting any EU persons from investing in debt, equity and similar financial instruments with a maturity higher than 90 days, issued by state-owned Russian financial institutions…anywhere in the world,” the document reportedly states.

It comes as the leader of pro-Russian rebels denied that his forces had possession of the Buk missile believed to have brought down the MH17 airliner.

"No, we didn't get a Buk. There were no Buks in the area,” Alexander Borodai, leader of the self-declared Donetsk People's Republic (DPR), told the BBC.

British investigators have today begun examining the flight data recorder from the downed Malaysia Airlines plane.


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