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    From rebellion to stalemate: a year of war in east Ukraine
    Apr04

    From rebellion to stalemate: a year of war in east Ukraine

    DONETSK (AFP) – On April 6, 2014, pro-Russian activists stormed the offices of the Donetsk regional administration and the Lugansk office of the secret service in eastern Ukraine, sparking a year-long insurgency against the Kiev government in which 6,000 people have died.Their ire was directed at the pro-westerners who took the helm in Kiev...

    From rebellion to stalemate: a year of war in east Ukraine
    Apr04

    From rebellion to stalemate: a year of war in east Ukraine

    DONETSK (UKRAINE) – On April 6, 2014, pro-Russian activists stormed the offices of the Donetsk regional administration and the Lugansk office of the secret service in eastern Ukraine, sparking a year-long insurgency against the Kiev government in which 6,000 people have died. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    From rebellion to stalemate: a year of war in east Ukraine
    Apr04

    From rebellion to stalemate: a year of war in east Ukraine

    DONETSK, Ukraine – On April 6, 2014, pro-Russian activists stormed the offices of the Donetsk regional administration and the Lugansk office of the secret service in eastern Ukraine, sparking a year-long insurgency against the Kiev government in which 6,000 people have died.Their ire was directed at the pro-westerners who took the helm in...

    Silencing of Crimean Tatar TV sparks outcry from rights bodies, Ukraine, Turkey
    Apr03

    Silencing of Crimean Tatar TV sparks outcry from rights bodies, Ukraine, Turkey

    The silencing of a TV station for the Tatar people in Crimea, annexed by Russia from Ukraine a year ago, sparked an outcry on Friday, with Kiev accusing Moscow of trying to stamp out non-Russian influence on the peninsula. …read more Source: Channel...

    Silencing of Crimean Tatar TV sparks outcry from rights bodies, Ukraine, Turkey
    Apr03

    Silencing of Crimean Tatar TV sparks outcry from rights bodies, Ukraine, Turkey

    The silencing of a TV station for the Tatar people in Crimea, annexed by Russia from Ukraine a year ago, sparked an outcry on Friday, with Kiev accusing Moscow of trying to stamp out non-Russian influence on the peninsula.The station, ATR, which formerly broadcast under a Ukrainian licence, has sought four times to re-register with Russia’s...

    Silencing of Crimean Tatar TV sparks outcry from rights bodies, Ukraine, Turkey
    Apr03

    Silencing of Crimean Tatar TV sparks outcry from rights bodies, Ukraine, Turkey

    KIEV (Reuters) – The silencing of a TV station for the Tatar people in Crimea, annexed by Russia from Ukraine a year ago, sparked an outcry on Friday, with Kiev accusing Moscow of trying to stamp out non-Russian influence on the peninsula. …read more Source: The...

    Moscow condemns ‘anti-Russian campaign’ in U.S
    Apr03

    Moscow condemns ‘anti-Russian campaign’ in U.S

    Russia expressed outrage on Friday over a “frenzied anti-Russian campaign” by U.S. media and political analysts, stepping up a war of words that has intensified during the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russia, Greece to discuss EU sanctions, economy in Moscow
    Apr03

    Russia, Greece to discuss EU sanctions, economy in Moscow

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras plan to discuss economic ties and the European Union’s sanctions against Moscow when they meet for talks next week, a Kremlin spokesman said on Friday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Moscow condemns 'anti-Russian campaign' in U.S
    Apr03

    Moscow condemns 'anti-Russian campaign' in U.S

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia expressed outrage on Friday over a “frenzied anti-Russian campaign” by U.S. media and political analysts, stepping up a war of words that has intensified during the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: The...

    Russia, Greece to discuss EU sanctions, economy in Moscow
    Apr03

    Russia, Greece to discuss EU sanctions, economy in Moscow

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras plan to discuss economic ties and the European Union’s sanctions against Moscow when they meet for talks next week, a Kremlin spokesman said on Friday. …read more Source: The...

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