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    Stalin portraits, Soviet nostalgia in Ukraine’s rebel regions
    Oct19

    Stalin portraits, Soviet nostalgia in Ukraine’s rebel regions

    DONETSK (UKRAINE) – Three portraits of former Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin are on display in the centre of Donetsk, the rebel capital of eastern Ukraine, as the separatist authorities fuel a mood of Soviet nostalgia. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    S&P upgrades Ukraine from ‘selective default’
    Oct19

    S&P upgrades Ukraine from ‘selective default’

    KIEV (AFP) – Standard and Poors upgraded Ukraines credit rating on Monday from selective default thanks to the cash-strapped former Soviet countrys ability to strike a major debt write-down deal.The New York-based agency said it was raising Ukraines foreign currency sovereign rating from SD to B-/B — a grade defined as highly...

    Russia says crisis-hit economy slumped 4.3% in third quarter
    Oct19

    Russia says crisis-hit economy slumped 4.3% in third quarter

    MOSCOW – Russia’s economy shrank 4.3 percent in the third quarter this year, the government said Monday, as a recession caused by low oil prices and Western sanctions over Ukraine continued to take its toll. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    NATO launches biggest military exercise in 13 years
    Oct19

    NATO launches biggest military exercise in 13 years

    Chairman of NATO Military Committee General Petr Pavel, center, boards an Italian helicopter during the opening ceremony of NATO Trident Juncture exercise 2015, in Trapani, Italy, Monday. (AP/Antonio Calanni)NATO is launching its biggest military exercise in 13 years, mobilizing 36,000 soldiers, sailors and airmen from more than 30 countries to...

    Alexander Tsinker:  None of OSCE MG countries can settle the Karabakh conflict alone
    Oct19

    Alexander Tsinker: None of OSCE MG countries can settle the Karabakh conflict alone

    It has become a kind of tradition in Armenia to blame the authorities for their unwillingness to appeal to the CSTO for support despite Azerbaijan’s provocations that claimed the lives of civilians in Tavush region, Armenia. Don’t you think that Yerevan does not appeal to the CSTO intentionally? Otherwise, Russian “peacekeepers” will...

    Ex-President Yanukovych sues Ukraine over human rights violations
    Oct19

    Ex-President Yanukovych sues Ukraine over human rights violations

    A district court in Kiev in August began trying Yanukovych in absentia for his alleged role in the massacre on Kiev’s main square. …read more Source:...

    Stalin portraits and Soviet nostalgia rule in Ukraine’s rebel regions
    Oct19

    Stalin portraits and Soviet nostalgia rule in Ukraine’s rebel regions

    Three portraits of former Soviet dictator Josef Stalin are on display in the center of Donetsk, the rebel capital of eastern Ukraine, as the separatist authorities fuel a mood of Soviet nostalgia. The portraits, adorning a main square, seem to go down well with one young woman walking past. “I think the portraits of Stalin […] The post Stalin...

    Ousted president Yanukovych sues Ukraine in European court
    Oct19

    Ousted president Yanukovych sues Ukraine in European court

    MOSCOW (AP) — A law firm representing former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych says he is suing Ukraine for violating his human rights.Yanukovych fled to Russia …read more Source: Taiwan...

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    Oct19

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    Fragile Chelsea face tough test at Dynamo Kiev
    Oct19

    Fragile Chelsea face tough test at Dynamo Kiev

    Chelsea enjoyed a somewhat fortuitous return to winning ways when they beat Aston Villa on Saturday but their fragile self-confidence will face a far more severe test at Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

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