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    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko vows to continue refusing water, food
    Mar09

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko vows to continue refusing water, food

    Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko, who is on trial over the killing of two Russian journalists during the Ukraine conflict, vowed Wednesday to press on with a hunger strike without water unless Russia releases her. The high-profile case has raised deep concern in the West and in Kiev, where the government denounced the trial as…...

    Tickets will cost 23% more expensive compared with Georgia
    Mar09

    Tickets will cost 23% more expensive compared with Georgia

    Starting April 21, a new airline called Armenia will carry out flights from Armenia to European countries at $49, without paying the taxes set by Zvartnots Airport. Talking to media representatives on March 9, Tamaz Gaiashvili, one of the shareholders of the Armenia airline, said tickets will cost about €100. He said the company will operate...

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko vows to continue refusing food, water
    Mar09

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko vows to continue refusing food, water

    DONETSK, Russia: Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko, on trial in a high profile case over the killing of two Russian journalists, told a Russian court Wednesday she would continue refusing food and water. “I will continue my dry hunger strike if it takes more than a week to issue the judgement,” a feverish Savchenko said in her...

    Hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot could die before Russia sentences her
    Mar09

    Hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot could die before Russia sentences her

    A hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot on trial in Russia over the killing of two Russian journalists could die before a Russian court sentences her as the state of her health is worsening, her lawyer said.Nadezhda Savchenko, 34, was captured by in eastern Ukraine in June 2014 during fighting between Ukrainian forces and pro-Moscow separatists, and...

    Hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot could die before Russia sentences her – lawyer
    Mar09

    Hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot could die before Russia sentences her – lawyer

    A hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot on trial in Russia over the killing of two Russian journalists could die before a Russian court sentences her as the state of her health is worsening, her lawyer said. …read more Source: Channel...

    Hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot could die before Russia sentences her – lawyer
    Mar09

    Hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot could die before Russia sentences her – lawyer

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – A hunger-striking Ukrainian pilot on trial in Russia over the killing of two Russian journalists could die before a Russian court sentences her as the state of her health is worsening, her lawyer said. …read more Source: The...

    Iran, Ukraine ink deal to develop all-out economic ties
    Mar09

    Iran, Ukraine ink deal to develop all-out economic ties

    Ukraine and Iran have reached an agreement to strengthen their cooperation in various sectors of economy, in particular in the energy sector; a move that Ukraine says will intensify relations in 2016. …read more Source:...

    EU ambassadors extend sanctions against Russians for 6 months
    Mar09

    EU ambassadors extend sanctions against Russians for 6 months

    Extended sanctions against Russia and Ukraine include 146 citizens. In addition, the sanctions will continue to apply for 37 organizations. …read more Source:...

    On trial, Ukrainian pilot defies Russian judge
    Mar09

    On trial, Ukrainian pilot defies Russian judge

    Ukrainian military pilot Nadezhda Savchenko, on trial in a high-profile case over the killing of two Russian journalists, told a Russian court on Wednesday she would continue refusing food and water after raising her middle finger in a defiant gesture at the judge and prosecution. …read more Source: The Times of...

    30 years after Chernobyl, food still radioactive, Greenpeace tests show
    Mar09

    30 years after Chernobyl, food still radioactive, Greenpeace tests show

    Economic crises in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus have brought reduced testing in areas contaminated by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, Greenpeace says, and people continue to eat and drink foods with dangerously high radiation levels. According to scientific tests conducted on behalf of the environmental campaigning group, overall contamination...

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