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    Fleeing war and crumbling economy, Ukrainians flock to Europe
    Dec04

    Fleeing war and crumbling economy, Ukrainians flock to Europe

    LONDON (Reuters) – Andriy left his home town in western Ukraine earlier this year on a journey that brought him through the hands of shady traders in Poland to one of the world’s booming markets for illegal immigrants – London. …read more Source: The...

    70 rebel attacks in east Ukraine: military
    Dec04

    70 rebel attacks in east Ukraine: military

    KIEV – The Ukraine military reported Thursday more than 70 rebel attacks on its positions in the past 24 hours. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Several police die in clashes with militants in Chechnya: official
    Dec04

    Several police die in clashes with militants in Chechnya: official

    MOSCOW, Dec 04, 2014 (AFP) – Several police died in clashes with militants who attacked a traffic post in the Chechen capital Grozny and then stormed a building housing local media, Russian officials said on Thursday.The latest skirmishes in volatile Chechnya will be seen as a major affront to President Vladimir Putin who is set to deliver...

    Ukrainian PM reports accident at nuclear power plant
    Dec04

    Ukrainian PM reports accident at nuclear power plant

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said on Wednesday an accident had occurred at the Zaporizhye nuclear power plant (NPP) in south-east Ukraine and called on the energy minister to hold a news conference.Russia predicts recession in 2015 on sanctions, oil slump Kiev up in arms over latest Russia convoyVietnam delays construction of first...

    Ukraine’s ceasefire talks continue
    Dec04

    Ukraine’s ceasefire talks continue

    The talks between the Ukrainian government and the independence-seeking insurgents over a ceasefire in eastern regions continue, but no specific agreement has been reached yet on halting the hostilities, a Ukrainian military spokesman said Wednesday. …read more Source: China...

    EU disburses 500 mln euros loan to Ukraine
    Dec04

    EU disburses 500 mln euros loan to Ukraine

    The European Commission on Wednesday disbursed 500 million euros (615 million U.S. dollars) to Ukraine, according to an official statement posted on the commission’s website. …read more Source:...

    EU disburses 500 mln euros loan to Ukraine
    Dec04

    EU disburses 500 mln euros loan to Ukraine

    The European Commission on Wednesday disbursed 500 million euros (615 million U.S. dollars) to Ukraine, according to an official statement posted on the commission’s website. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    EU’s Tusk congratulates formation of new Ukraine gov’t
    Dec04

    EU’s Tusk congratulates formation of new Ukraine gov’t

    European Council President Donald Tusk on Wednesday congratulated on the successful installation of a new Ukraine government, saying it brings hope for furthering needed political and economic reforms. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Barack Obama Pessimistic Over Chances of Vladimir Putin Shift on Ukraine
    Dec04

    Barack Obama Pessimistic Over Chances of Vladimir Putin Shift on Ukraine

    US President Barack Obama said Wednesday Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin is unlikely to shift his stance on Ukraine until the full force of economic sanctions levelled against Moscow hits home. …read more Source:...

    Western sanctions, ruble crash hit Russians hard
    Dec04

    Western sanctions, ruble crash hit Russians hard

    Oyster Bar built a thriving business serving mollusks to well-heeled Muscovites. Then came Western sanctions, and the restaurant was forced to rechristen itself this fall. Today, it serves up burgers and pizza under a new name: No Oyster Bar.Co-owner Ilya Sokhin said a Russian ban on European oyster imports hit hard, and the average check at his...

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