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    Ukraine’s local elections important step for its reforms: US
    Oct27

    Ukraine’s local elections important step for its reforms: US

    The US State Department said Monday that Ukraine’s local elections are “an important step” as the country continues to move forward with “difficult reforms to decentralize political power.” …read more Source: Global...

    Landmarks go blue
    Oct27

    Landmarks go blue

    Landmarks are lit up blue as part of a United Nations global event to mark the 70th anniversary of the UN’s founding.U.N. says Afghan bombing may be war crimePalestinians celebrate raising of flag at U.N.West, Russia trade accusations at U.N. over new Ukraine violenceUN: Cholera ‘epidemic’ strikes Burundi refugeesUN...

    Ukraine’s elections generally meet democratic standards
    Oct27

    Ukraine’s elections generally meet democratic standards

    The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) said Monday that Sunday’s local elections in Ukraine were generally in line with democratic standards, but there was still room for improvement. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Direct Flights End Between Russia, Ukraine
    Oct27

    Direct Flights End Between Russia, Ukraine

    Direct airline flights between Russia and Ukraine have stopped. The move announced last month by Kyiv is the latest in a series of tit-for-tat measures imposed over the conflict in Ukraine. The ban began at midnight, after talks to avoid it failed last week.About 70,000 passengers a month will be af… …read more Source: The Chosun...

    Airline industry seeks better information on conflict zones
    Oct26

    Airline industry seeks better information on conflict zones

    The aviation industry is still struggling to gain better access to information on conflict zones, more than a year after the downing of a passenger plane over eastern Ukraine last year. …read more Source: Channel...

    Airline industry seeks better information on conflict zones
    Oct26

    Airline industry seeks better information on conflict zones

    DUBLIN (Reuters) – The aviation industry is still struggling to gain better access to information on conflict zones, more than a year after the downing of a passenger plane over eastern Ukraine last year. …read more Source: The...

    Exit polls in Ukraine local elections show east-west split
    Oct26

    Exit polls in Ukraine local elections show east-west split

    (ChinaPost.com.tw) – Four exit polls from Ukraine’s local elections released Monday indicated the governing coalition would retain its dominant position in the west and center of the country despite widespread disappointment with the government of President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source: The China...

    Ukraine ex-adviser wins EU court case against sanctions
    Oct26

    Ukraine ex-adviser wins EU court case against sanctions

    A former adviser to ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich scored a legal victory over the European Union on Monday when an EU court ruled that the bloc had been wrong to freeze his assets. …read more Source: Channel...

    Ukraine ex-adviser wins EU court case against sanctions
    Oct26

    Ukraine ex-adviser wins EU court case against sanctions

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – A former adviser to ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich scored a legal victory over the European Union on Monday when an EU court ruled that the bloc had been wrong to freeze his assets. …read more Source: The...

    ‘No margin for error’: dangerous work for Ukraine’s rebel deminers
    Oct26

    ‘No margin for error’: dangerous work for Ukraine’s rebel deminers

    Around 10 children have been killed in the past few weeks when shells uncovered in deserted houses or fields blew up in their handsUpstaged NATO searches for ‘360-degree’ response to RussiaMH17 wreckage reveals horror of plane’s last momentsBomb clearance project sends detection dogs to central VietnamCambodia uses...

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