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    Ukraine investigators fear corruption cases could get buried
    Nov16

    Ukraine investigators fear corruption cases could get buried

    1 hour 39 sec agoKIEV – Ukrainian investigators fear corruption probes could get buried because the na …read more Source:...

    U.S. hopes for more from Russia after Crimean prisoners freed
    Oct28

    U.S. hopes for more from Russia after Crimean prisoners freed

    1 hour 33 min agoKIEV – The release of two Crimean Tatars from Russian custody this week was a good si …read more Source:...

    Russia frees two pro-Kiev Crimea Tatar leaders from jail: lawyer
    Oct25

    Russia frees two pro-Kiev Crimea Tatar leaders from jail: lawyer

    MOSCOW – Russia has released from jail two prominent Crimean Tatar activists opposed to Moscow’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea region, their lawyer said on Wednesday. Nariman Dzhelyalov, a Crimean Tatar leader, told Reuters the two, Ilmi… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine to ramp up health spending after anti-corruption push
    Oct25

    Ukraine to ramp up health spending after anti-corruption push

    KIEV – Ukraine plans a 12 percent increase in health spending next year to exploit reforms passed last week to raise standards and crack down on corruption in hospitals and surgeries, government ministers told Reuters. Ukrainians die earlier… …read more Source:...

    Putin ally: No logic in deploying U.N. forces on Russia-Ukraine border
    Sep17

    Putin ally: No logic in deploying U.N. forces on Russia-Ukraine border

    MOSCOW – One of President Vladimir Putin’s top allies said on Sunday she saw no logic in deploying U.N. peacekeepers along the border between Russia and Ukraine, something Kiev and Washington favor. Putin this month suggested armed U.N…. …read more Source:...

    IMF’s Lipton says Ukraine risks going backwards
    Sep15

    IMF’s Lipton says Ukraine risks going backwards

    KIEV – Ukraine risks reversing progress made under a $17.5 billion aid-for-reforms programme from the International Monetary Fund, IMF first deputy managing director David Lipton was quoted as saying on Friday, urging the government to improve anti-graft… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko says anti-corruption chamber more feasible in short-term
    Sep15

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko says anti-corruption chamber more feasible in short-term

    KIEV – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Friday said he hoped an anti-corruption chamber would be created next month, expressing doubt that an independent court could be established before 2019. The IMF wants Ukraine to set up a special… …read more Source:...

    IMF’s Lipton says Ukraine risks going backwards
    Sep15

    IMF’s Lipton says Ukraine risks going backwards

    KIEV – Ukraine risks reversing progress made under a $17.5 billion aid-for-reforms programme from the International Monetary Fund, IMF first deputy managing director David Lipton was quoted as saying on Friday, urging the government to improve anti-graft… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko says anti-corruption chamber more feasible in short-term
    Sep15

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko says anti-corruption chamber more feasible in short-term

    KIEV – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Friday said he hoped an anti-corruption chamber would be created next month, expressing doubt that an independent court could be established before 2019. The IMF wants Ukraine to set up a special… …read more Source:...

    North Korea’s missile success ‘powered by Ukraine rocket engines’
    Aug14

    North Korea’s missile success ‘powered by Ukraine rocket engines’

    WASHINGTON – North Korea’s success in testing an intercontinental missile that appears able to reach the United States was made possible by black-market purchases of powerful rocket engines probably from a Ukrainian factory with historical ties to Russia’s… …read more Source:...

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