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    Oil steady near multi-month lows on OPEC output record, U.S. rig count
    Nov14

    Oil steady near multi-month lows on OPEC output record, U.S. rig count

    Oil prices were little changed on Monday near multi-month lows, dragged down by worries about oversupply as OPEC saw record output last month and as the U.S. rig count rose again, according to Reuters. London Brent crude for January delivery LCOc1 was trading up 4 cents at $44.79 a barrel by 06:30 GMT, after settling down $1.09 on Friday. The...

    Russia wants to dominate in region – Dietrich Voigt
    Nov14

    Russia wants to dominate in region – Dietrich Voigt

    Karsten Dietrich Voigt, the member of the Presidium of the German Council for Foreign Policy and former chairman of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly (1994-96), says Russia is not interested in strong Ukraine but wants to be a dominant power, therefore, directly or indirectly, trying to implement its own all-encompassing policy options in the...

    World Health Organization warns of measles outbreak in Ukraine
    Nov14

    World Health Organization warns of measles outbreak in Ukraine

    The World Health Organization (WHO) warns of a risk of the measles outbreak in Ukraine next year if it fails to carry out children vaccination, Acting Health Minister of Ukraine Juliana Suprun told UMN (Ukrainian Media Network). She noted that Ukraine has the lowest immunization rates in the world, including Africa. Previously, Ukraine faced...

    Oschadbank puts off introduction of fees for processing utility payments
    Nov13

    Oschadbank puts off introduction of fees for processing utility payments

    The Management Board of Public Joint Stock Company State Savings Bank of Ukraine (Oschadbank) decided to postpone the entry into force of its resolution to introduce fees for processing utility payments. A statement issued on the bank`s website notes that Oschadbank is aware of the public resonance and large-scale debates over the issue that the...

    Trump-Putin alliance sparks diplomatic crisis as British ministers demand assurances from U.S. over Russia
    Nov13

    Trump-Putin alliance sparks diplomatic crisis as British ministers demand assurances from U.S. over Russia

    Britain is facing a diplomatic crisis with the U.S. over Donald Trump`s plans to forge an alliance with Vladimir Putin and bolster the Syrian regime, The Telegraph reported. In a significant foreign policy split, officials admitted that Britain will have some ”very difficult” conversations with the President-elect in coming months over his...

    Russian militants attack Ukraine 43 times on Saturday, use grenade launchers and artillery
    Nov13

    Russian militants attack Ukraine 43 times on Saturday, use grenade launchers and artillery

    Combined Russian-separatist forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in eastern Ukraine 43 times since the beginning of the day, according to the press service of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters. In the Mariupol sector, the enemy fired 152mm artillery systems twice on the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine near the town of...

    Situation in Donbas aggravates, Russian attacks increasing dramatically
    Nov13

    Situation in Donbas aggravates, Russian attacks increasing dramatically

    The situation in Donbas aggravated over the past day, with militants actively using artillery and rocket launchers, according to the press service of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters. In the Mariupol sector, Russia`s hybrid military force attacked Ukrainian positions near Maryinka and Shyrokyne two times, using 152mm artillery....

    Growth in Ukraine impossible without value-added production – Ukrainian Prime Minister
    Nov13

    Growth in Ukraine impossible without value-added production – Ukrainian Prime Minister

    Volodymyr Groysman says economic growth in Ukraine is impossible without value-added production. ”We produce raw materials, export them, buy equipment from abroad. I don`t know how long the state can live this way. If we don`t resume domestic [agricultural] production, if we don`t increase the decree of processing and don`t create value-added...

    Russia patient enough to wait until West recognizes annexation of Crimea – Peskov
    Nov13

    Russia patient enough to wait until West recognizes annexation of Crimea – Peskov

    The Kremlin is patient enough to wait until the Western countries recognize that the annexed territory of Crimea is ”a part of Russia.” In an interview with The Associated Press, Peskov disputed calling Russia`s action in Crimea ”annexation,” insisting it is a region of the Russian Federation and stressing that ”no one in Russia – never...

    Russia arrests 10 people on suspicion of terrorism
    Nov12

    Russia arrests 10 people on suspicion of terrorism

    Russian security officials say they have arrested 10 suspected terrorists during a special operation in Moscow and St. Petersburg on November 12, according to Radio Liberty. The detainees were described as Central Asians, and the statement by the Federal Security Service (FSB) noted the cooperation of the security agencies of Kyrgyzstan and...

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