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    Ukraine, rebels report deadliest fighting in over a month
    Jul15

    Ukraine, rebels report deadliest fighting in over a month

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine on Wednesday reported some of the strongest attacks by pro-Russian rebels since the signing of a peace deal in February, with eight government soldiers killed in the past 24 hours. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine, Canada sign historic trade deal
    Jul15

    Ukraine, Canada sign historic trade deal

    Ukraine and Canada successfully concluded free trade negotiations and signed a relevant document during Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s working visit to Ottawa, Canada, on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Luhansk governor Moskal likely to be tapped to head Zakarpattia
    Jul15

    Luhansk governor Moskal likely to be tapped to head Zakarpattia

    Chairman of Luhansk State Military and Civil Administration Hennadiy Moskal is likely to be appointed on Wednesday as Chairman of Zakarpattia Regional State Administration, according to sources close to Moskal and the Presidential Administration. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s group on political affairs discusses constitutional reform, local elections
    Jul15

    Ukraine’s group on political affairs discusses constitutional reform, local elections

    The results of the meeting will be reported at the next tripartite meeting of the contact group OSCE-Russia-Ukraine which, according to the ONT TV channel, will meet in Minsk in a week and will consider the proposals that were discussed in Minsk on 14 July. …read more Source:...

    Obama offers some praise of Putin
    Jul15

    Obama offers some praise of Putin

    U.S. President Barack Obama had some kind words for Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. Really. As the U.S. and Russia remained locked in a tense stand-off over Putin’s grab for Ukraine, Obama said he was pleasantly surprised by the foreign leader’s assistance in clinching a historic deal with Iran over its nuclear program....

    Latvian charity campaign “Kara berni” for Ukraine raises EUR 73,000 in donations
    Jul15

    Latvian charity campaign “Kara berni” for Ukraine raises EUR 73,000 in donations

    In Latvia, since the launch of the charity campaign “Kara berni” (Children of War) on May 13, 2015, the campaign has raised a total of EUR 73,000 in donations, reports LETA, according to the project’s organizers. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Op-ed: Ukraine’s road to reform
    Jul15

    Op-ed: Ukraine’s road to reform

    Here is a little-known fact. In 1990, as the Soviet Union was collapsing, Poland’s GDP was just 20% larger than Ukraine’s. Both countries were relatively similar in size and population. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Ukraine’s group on political affairs discuss constitutional reform, local elections
    Jul15

    Ukraine’s group on political affairs discuss constitutional reform, local elections

    The results of the meeting will be reported at the next tripartite meeting of the contact group OSCE-Russia-Ukraine which, according to the ONT TV channel, will meet in Minsk in a week and will consider the proposals that were discussed in Minsk on 14 July. …read more Source:...

    Terrorism, Ukraine and the American threat: the view from Russia
    Jul15

    Terrorism, Ukraine and the American threat: the view from Russia

    Wide-ranging interview with Putin’s top security adviser includes claims about how US wants to strip the country of Siberia and the Far EastResponse: hallucinations of KGB psychic still influence policy – Oleg Kashin Former Russian spy chief Nikolai Patrushev, now head of the powerful security council that advises the president, believes...

    Canada and Ukraine announce ‘milestone’ free trade agreement
    Jul15

    Canada and Ukraine announce ‘milestone’ free trade agreement

    When deal is ratified by both countries’ parliaments, Ukraine’s ailing economy will be significantly boosted Canada formally announced a “milestone” free trade agreement with Ukraine after the two countries’ prime ministers met in Ottawa on Tuesday.The agreement, which has to be ratified by both nations’ parliaments, will...

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