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    Ukrainian pilot resumes drinking water after prank letter
    Mar10

    Ukrainian pilot resumes drinking water after prank letter

    MOSCOW: A hunger-striking Ukrainian military pilot on trial in Russia resumed drinking water Thursday after receiving a prank letter claiming to be from Ukraine’s president, asking her to end her action, her defence team said. Nadiya Savchenko will continue a week-long hunger strike until the verdict later this month, said her lawyer Mark...

    Ukraine's Yaresko says rumours fuelling political crisis
    Mar10

    Ukraine's Yaresko says rumours fuelling political crisis

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian Finance Minister Natalia Yaresko on Thursday deflected questions about her chances of becoming prime minister if the government collapsed and said such speculation was fanning the flames of the country’s political crisis. …read more Source: The...

    Armenian Airlines Will Enable Armenian Pilots to Return to Work in Armenia
    Mar10

    Armenian Airlines Will Enable Armenian Pilots to Return to Work in Armenia

    Armenia Airlines intends to operate regular flights to different cities in Russia, Tehran, Dubai, Prague, Tel Aviv, Kiev, Minsk, Barcelona, London. …read more Source:...

    Exhibition, dedicated to 400th anniversary of Armenian book printing in Ukraine, opened in 
Kirovograd
    Mar10

    Exhibition, dedicated to 400th anniversary of Armenian book printing in Ukraine, opened in Kirovograd

    Head of the Committee on Historical and Cultural Heritage Affairs of the Union of Armenians of Ukraine, David Davtyan held a detailed presentation of the exhibition. …read more Source:...

    Captured Ukrainian pilot defies Russian judge
    Mar10

    Captured Ukrainian pilot defies Russian judge

    MOSCOW: A Ukrainian pilot held in Russia over the death of two Russian journalists during separatist fighting in eastern Ukraine climbed onto a table and flashed an obscene gesture at a judge at the end of her trial on Wednesday. Nadezhda Savchenko (pix), 34, who faces up to 25 years jail if found guilty, has become a hero for many in Ukraine...

    Ukraine conflict discussed at Global Baku Forum
    Mar10

    Ukraine conflict discussed at Global Baku Forum

    The Ukraine conflict has been high on the agenda of the 4th Global Baku Forum. At a session entitled “Ukraine as a watershed for regional security” participants discussed internal and external aspects of Ukrainian security, and looked at the roles and challenges for the international community …read more Source: Azerbaijan State News...

    Varuzhan Sukiasyan didn’t call up Yura Movsisyan
    Mar10

    Varuzhan Sukiasyan didn’t call up Yura Movsisyan

    A friendly match between Armenia and Belarus will take place in Republican stadium after Vazgen Sargsyan on March 25. As the press service of the Football Federation of Armenia informs, our team will also have a training camp in FFA Technical centre/Football academy on March 21-25. Armenian national team head coach Varuzhan Sukiasyan called up 12...

    Russia carries out creeping occupation of Georgia, Margvelashvili
    Mar10

    Russia carries out creeping occupation of Georgia, Margvelashvili

    Giorgi Margvelashvili, the President of Georgia has accused Russia of carrying out creeping occupation against Georgia. Speaking today in Baku at the Global Forum, he said that “the overall security in the Caucasus region violate creeping Russian occupation in Georgia, the events in Ukraine, the growing threat of terrorism and refugee...

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine
    Mar10

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine

    European Union governments extended on Thursday sanctions on Russians and Ukrainians targeted in 2014 over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, keeping asset freezes and travel bans in place until mid-September. …read more Source: Channel...

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine
    Mar10

    European Union extends Russian asset freezes over Ukraine

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union governments extended on Thursday sanctions on Russians and Ukrainians targeted in 2014 over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, keeping asset freezes and travel bans in place until mid-September. …read more Source: The...

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