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    Fistfight erupts in Ukraine parliament
    Dec11

    Fistfight erupts in Ukraine parliament

    Scores injured in Ukraine parliament grenade attackClashes erupt outside Ukraine parliament …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    Ukraine lawmaker manhandles PM Yatseniuk in rowdy parliament scenes
    Dec11

    Ukraine lawmaker manhandles PM Yatseniuk in rowdy parliament scenes

    Fighting broke out among members of Ukraine’s ruling coalition on Friday after a member of President Petro Poroshenko’s bloc physically picked up Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk and pulled him from the podium. …read more Source: Channel...

    Brawl in Ukraine Rada: Yatsenyuk gets attacked by lawmaker
    Dec11

    Brawl in Ukraine Rada: Yatsenyuk gets attacked by lawmaker

    The Verkhovna Rada has yet again been the venue for farcical brawling as Oleg Barna, an MP in President Petro Poroshenko’s party, grabbed and hoisted the prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, aloft after handing him a bouquet of flowers. This was followed by brawl. The incident occurred after Yatsenyuk told critics of his energy policy to ask...

    Ukraine lawmaker manhandles PM Yatseniuk in rowdy parliament scenes
    Dec11

    Ukraine lawmaker manhandles PM Yatseniuk in rowdy parliament scenes

    KIEV (Reuters) – Fighting broke out among members of Ukraine’s ruling coalition on Friday after a member of President Petro Poroshenko’s bloc physically picked up Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk and pulled him from the podium. …read more Source: The...

    Alexander Skakov: Russia will keep increasing military protection of Armenia
    Dec11

    Alexander Skakov: Russia will keep increasing military protection of Armenia

    How will the Armenian president-initiated Constitutional referendum affect Russia’s future relations with Armenia? I think Russian considers the referendum as Armenia’s internal affairs. It rather cares for the domestic stability in Armenia. However, the victory of the ruling party at the referendum does not ensure a long-term victory...

    Ukraine lawmaker manhandles PM Yatseniuk in rowdy parliament scenes
    Dec11

    Ukraine lawmaker manhandles PM Yatseniuk in rowdy parliament scenes

    KIEV – Fighting broke out among members of Ukraine’s ruling coalition on Friday after a member of President Petro Poroshenko’s bloc physically picked up Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk and pulled him from the podium.Yatseniuk was defending his embattled government’s record when lawmaker Oleh Barna walked over to him,...

    Conference dedicated to history and culture of Ukrainian Armenians held in Kiev
    Dec11

    Conference dedicated to history and culture of Ukrainian Armenians held in Kiev

    A conference dedicated to the life, activity and history of Ukrainian Armenians was held in Kiev at the initiative of the Union of Armenians of Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Toxic Chemical Clean-up Under Investigation
    Dec11

    Ukraine Toxic Chemical Clean-up Under Investigation

    Between 2011 and 2013, an Israeli company called S.I. Group Consort Ltd. won a series of contracts worth more than 1 billion Ukrainian hryvnia (about US$ 125 million at the time) to clean up a hazardous waste sludge pit near the Carpathian Mountains in western Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    IMF accused of bowing to political pressure in Ukraine support
    Dec11

    IMF accused of bowing to political pressure in Ukraine support

    WASHINGTON: The International Monetary Fund has been accused of giving in to political pressure in dropping a long established rule on prudential lending so that it can proceed with assistance for Ukraine. That follows similar charges that the fund, the world’s essential backstop in financial crises, bent its rules to support a bailout of...

    IMF accused of bowing to political pressure in Ukraine support
    Dec11

    IMF accused of bowing to political pressure in Ukraine support

    WASHINGTON – The International Monetary Fund has been accused of giving in to political pressure in dropping a long established rule on prudential lending so that it can proceed with assistance for Ukraine. …read more Source: Bangkok...

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