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    Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Ukraine’s Premier, Quits Amid Splits in Post-Revolution Alliance
    Apr11

    Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Ukraine’s Premier, Quits Amid Splits in Post-Revolution Alliance

    April 11, 2016 …read more Source: Center on Global...

    Ukrainian Premier to Step Aside
    Apr11

    Ukrainian Premier to Step Aside

    Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s replacement will inherit a battered economy, rising violence in the Donbas. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Labour MPs urge party leadership to step up campaign to keep UK in EU
    Apr11

    Labour MPs urge party leadership to step up campaign to keep UK in EU

    Labour MPs urge party leadership to step up campaign to keep UK in EULabour MPs Ben Bradshaw, Emma Reynolds, Chris Leslie and Adrian Bailey wrote in The Observer, “Convincing the British public to remain in the EU should be the overriding priority for the political leadership this year…That’s why we are calling on the leadership of the...

    AGONY OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE.
    Apr11

    AGONY OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE.

    / On the photo: Vladimir Putin – in a great American / Western game…?$ / …In short, Russian grandfather Vova sticks his neck back in a loop and carefully pulls the rope so as not slipped. April 10, 2016 Russian “peacekeepers” in the Karabakh: Russia, Putin sticks his neck back in a loop As expected, less than a week, as in the Karabakh conflict...

    EU to propose visa-free travel for Ukraine despite Dutch vote
    Apr11

    EU to propose visa-free travel for Ukraine despite Dutch vote

    The European Commission will propose this month granting visa-free travel to Ukrainians despite a Dutch referendum vote against an EU-Ukraine agreement partly motivated by hostility to migration, a senior EU source said. Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker promised Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in March that the EU executive would put...

    Yatsenyuk resigns, Groysman expected to take over as PM
    Apr11

    Yatsenyuk resigns, Groysman expected to take over as PM

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk announced his resignation on Sunday (10 April) in the wake of a months-long political crisis that has paralysed the government and frozen the release of vital Western aid. …read more Source:...

    Prosecutor General Office stages evening raid to bring charges against anti-corruption reformer
    Apr11

    Prosecutor General Office stages evening raid to bring charges against anti-corruption reformer

    In what has been aptly described as “the latest disgrace from the Prosecutor General’s leadership”, an attempt was made late on Sunday evening to read out criminal charges against Vitaly Kasko, ex-Deputy Prosecutor General and prominent critic of corruption and sabotage of reform within the prosecutor service. …read more Source:...

    Inadequate charges & sentences over violent homophobic attack on Kyiv Gay Pride march
    Apr11

    Inadequate charges & sentences over violent homophobic attack on Kyiv Gay Pride march

    Nine months after an Equality March in Kyiv was attacked by right-wing homophobic thugs, four men have received 2-year suspended sentences. No hate crime component was taken into account and the defendants were deemed to deserve a milder sentence for their ‘sincere remorse’. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    As Ukraine Collapses, Europeans Tire of US Interventions
    Apr11

    As Ukraine Collapses, Europeans Tire of US Interventions

    On Sunday Ukrainian prime minister Yatsenyuk resigned, just four days after the Dutch voted against Ukraine joining the European Union. Taken together, these two events are clear signals that the US-backed coup in Ukraine has not given that country freedom and democracy. They also suggest a deeper dissatisfaction among Europeans over...

    The European court ordered Ukraine to pay compensation to Yanukovych
    Apr09

    The European court ordered Ukraine to pay compensation to Yanukovych

    The European court of justice ruled that Ukraine should compensate legal expenses to the family of former President Yanukovych, caused by an attempt of Kiev to involve the EU Council as a third party in the process of Yanukovych, a representative of the court Balazs Legotsky said this on Friday, April 8. However, the court […] …read more...

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