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    Russian officials bash Ukraine’s ‘political’ Eurovision win
    May15

    Russian officials bash Ukraine’s ‘political’ Eurovision win

    After Ukrainian singer Jamala’s Eurovision win, Russian politicians have decried the song’s “political” content while media called for the votes to be reviewed. One politician has suggested skipping next year’s contest. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Steinmeier hosts talks on eastern Ukraine with foreign ministers in Berlin
    May11

    Steinmeier hosts talks on eastern Ukraine with foreign ministers in Berlin

    Talks in Berlin on the situation in eastern Ukraine have brought proposals for improving security but no breakthrough on a political process. There is no agreement yet on holding local elections. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine under pressure to implement terms of Minsk peace agreement
    May10

    Ukraine under pressure to implement terms of Minsk peace agreement

    Most of the provisions of the Minsk II settlement remain unfulfilled, putting mainly Ukraine in a tight spot. Elections in separatist-held territory are at the forefront of diplomatic efforts. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian Victory Day prompts clashes in Kharkiv, Kyiv
    May09

    Russian Victory Day prompts clashes in Kharkiv, Kyiv

    Russia has stage a large military parade on the Red Square, remembering victory over Germany in World War II. The celebration, marked in numerous ways across the former Soviet Union, sparked scuffles in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO, Russia to escalate troop deployment amid rising tensions
    May05

    NATO, Russia to escalate troop deployment amid rising tensions

    NATO plans to increase its troop deployment along its eastern flank in response to Russian military aggression in Ukraine. Moscow has said it will respond in kind, with deployments that could outnumber NATO 10-1. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    ‘Authorities are step-by-step escalating repression’ in Crimea
    Apr29

    ‘Authorities are step-by-step escalating repression’ in Crimea

    In an interview with DW, Mejlis Chairman Refat Chubarov explained what the recent ban of his organization means for the governing body of Crimean Tatars. He also criticized Russian authorities. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    ‘Authorities are step-by-step escalating repression’
    Apr29

    ‘Authorities are step-by-step escalating repression’

    In an interview with DW, Mejlis Chairman Refat Chubarov explained what the recent ban of his organization means for the governing body of Crimean Tatars. He also criticized Russian authorities. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Crimea court upholds Tatar assembly ban
    Apr26

    Crimea court upholds Tatar assembly ban

    A Moscow-appointed prosecutor has hailed the ban on the ‘extremist’ Tatar representative body. But human rights groups said criminalizing the Mejlis is just another step aimed at ‘snuffing out’ dissent in Crimea. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Global donors pledge more money for nuclear safety on Chernobyl anniversary
    Apr26

    Global donors pledge more money for nuclear safety on Chernobyl anniversary

    Donors around the world have promised additional funds to help ensure Chernobyl’s safety. The pledge comes as the government of Ukraine plans to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the nuclear disaster. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Polish economic reformer appointed adviser to Ukrainian president
    Apr26

    Polish economic reformer appointed adviser to Ukrainian president

    Leszek Balcerowicz – the author of Poland’s post-communist transition to a market economy – has been appointed adviser to the Ukrainian president. The often contentious figure will have plenty to contend with in Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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